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MAC McCAUGHAN – A New Song For Ewe

"If you're anything like me, the idea of New Order with a woman singing sounds like a dream combination and Martha Ladly proves it on this fantastic 80s blast. Ladly was in Martha and the Muffins but wasn't the main Martha. This single features Peter Hook on bass, "pan pipes", strings arranged by Simon Jeffes of Penguin Cafe Orchestra and glorious synth washes & stabs all topped with Martha's charming vocals & an epic hook on the chorus."

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THURSTON MOORE – Song For Ewe

“It is an incredible piece of music with Tapscott’s piano and Arthur Blythe’s saxophone raising the roof. Tapscott wouldn’t record again until 1978 when he began to release a score of LPs on independent labels. A song about rising consciousness in a state of political disenfranchisement – as necessary today 2020 as it was in 1969, if not more so”

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DANIEL AVERY – Song For Ewe

“I love an underdog story. In the late 90s the Japanese video game developer Konami formed a group of previously under-performing employees which would become known as Team Silent. Following the zeitgeist of the time, the group were tasked with creating a horror game that would sell well to mainstream western audiences. Team Silent, however, wanted to do things in their own style and after one too many arguments, Konami stopped wasting their energies and pushed the team to one side.”

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JON LANGFORD – Lucky 7

“Punk was very much about white kids reaction to seeing young West Indian kids fight the cops at the Notting Hill carnival and learning to dig their music and rebel stance. The protest against institutional racism and police brutality all over the US this week are encouraging to me because the participants are so young and so racially mixed. Maybe this is the generation that can turn the tide.”

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