I think this is the finest playlist yet.
1. The Horrors - Exellent Choice (Loog) From the excellent debut album "Strange House".
2. Bishops - The Only Place I Can Look Is Down (1234) Taken from the debut self-titled debut album. Released 23rd April.
3. My Teenage Stride - To Live & Die In The Airport Lounge (Becalmed) This has to be my album of the week. It's called "Ears Like Golden Bats" and has made getting out of bed worthwhile.
4. Lou Barlow - Faith Defies The Night (Acuarela) ...and you thought Lou Barlow was a spent force. The new five track EP "Mirror The Eye" proves beyond all reasonable doubt that the former Sebadonian still has plenty to say.
5. The Fall - Coach & Horses (Slogan) Only a few weeks to go until I can once again participate in spot of Smith worship. My toes tingle with exitement.
6. Polytechnic - Cold Hearted Business (Shatterproof) Title track from the Manchester band's new EP. They seem to get better with every release.
7. The Harrisons - Monday's Arms (Melodic) New single from the Sheffield band everyone seems to have overlooked in the rush. Currently on tour around the UK. Check www.harrisonroad.co.uk for details.
8. 1990's - See You At The Lights (Rough Trade) New single.
9. Hadouken - That Boy, That Girl (Surface Noise) I know I played this track a couple of weeks ago but it's a single in it's own right now so that seems like a decent excuse to play it again. It's a limited 7" and I don't know how many remain so you'd better get you skates on.
10. The Mules - We're Good People (Organ Grinder) New single from Oxfords finest. Out 25th March.
11. The Adventures Of Loki - Feminine Side (16 Tons) Brilliant new single from the only band I know from Lancaster.
12. A Secret Society - This Time (Org) New single.
13. Tokyo Police Club - Box (Memphis Industries) New single from the Canadian soon to be superstars.
14. Shitdisco - 3D Sex Show (Fierce Panda) From the debut album ""16th April
15. Autokat - Dish Out (Akoustik Anarkhy) I must admit I wasn't expecting too much when I first got this album. I think it was probably the name of the band which put me off, so I'm pleased to report that by the end of the album I was reverberating with sheer pleasure. I don't know anything about them except they come from Manchester but no stone will be unturned in my quest for more info. The album is called "Late Night Shopping" and I think it's in the shops now.