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Phantom Family Halo
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This is our last week of having TWO Albums Of The Month, by Phantom Family Halo, and Snowmine. There's another remix of Booda French's new single, and a host of new music from both sides of the Atlantic. That's right. The Atlantic is long and thin, with only two edges. Like an infinitely thin slit in a piece of paper. But wet.
This is our 333rd show!! So to celebrate, we're playing a bunch of our favourite 33 1/3 rpm album tracks, all of which have coincedentally featured in our "Album Of The Month" and "Classic Album" segments over the years. Don't worry though, we're also continuing with our two current Albums Of The Month, by Phantom Family Halo, and Snowmine; both from Brooklyn in the Newest of Yorks. It's party time everybody! We's 100% raring to go! Am you?
We continue this month's trend of having not one, but TWO Albums Of The Month, by Phantom Family Halo, and Snowmine; both from Brooklyn in the Newest of Yorks. There's a remix of Booda French's new single, and some superb hosting going on.
This week's show features not one but TWO Albums Of The Month, by Phantom Family Halo, and Snowmine; both from Brooklyn in the Newest York. There's also a remix of Booda French, and a super freestyle by our resident rap duo, Rhyme & Soda. We's 100% raring to go! Am you? Hey, Whaddaya Say? Let's Radio!
Well, it's cold outside, but it's warm in bed, so why not let me tuck you into the Planet Beet Bed of Music, and then you can settle down with a cup of Audio Cocoa, and appreciate the soothing sounds, creeping across the airways of your mind. This week, our Album Of The Month is Phantom Family Halo & Francis Jewel' "Don't Be Afraid Of The Jungle, our Classic Album is Paul Weller's seminal "Wild Wood", and we're also featuring Subsonics' brand new LP "In The Black Spot", which is out now on Slovenly Records. Whadaya say? Let's Radio!
This week, our Album Of The Month is Phantom Family Halo & Francis Jewel' "Don't Be Afraid Of The Jungle, which is AWESOME, and our Classic Album is Paul Weller's seminal "Wild Wood", which you lucky people can buy from our friends at Yeproc Records. We're also featuring Subsonics' brand new LP "In The Black Spot", which is out now on Slovenly Records. Whadaya say? Let's Radio!

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