It's a short, sharp shock from Andy in March with a 1-hour blast of new music from the likes of Childish Gambino, The Family Rain (covering Depeche Mode), Kohib, Dum Dum Girls, Breton, Erol Alkan and I Break Horses, as well as Dad's Discs and Scott's Funky Five Minutes.
This month brings a slew of intriguing releases including new material from Shackleton, Perc and Leyland Kirby, plus we've got some exhilarating cacophonous rackets courtesy of Cherry Glazerr, Life Stinks and MiSTOA pOLTSA.
Also in this month's programme there's vintage reggae and dub from old Peel favourites Capital Letters, Jackie Mittoo and the recently departed pioneer Wayne Smith. There's some recently unearthed post-punk sounds from The Cravats and Victrola, tracks from the new Quantic and Acid Arab albums, "the opposite of easy listening" in the form of some punishing metal from Indian, plus three tracks selected from the overwhelming number of recent re-issues from the back catalogue of the late, intensely prolific and politicised electronic artist Muslimgauze.
In Derby the local greeting tends to be "Hey up me duck" ... so ... hey up me duck ... what musical offering does March have in store for you???
Ward 21 can keep what there on about ... we've had way too many of those all ready thank you. Ramsey Lewis has clearly down in Devon in the not too distant past while Iceone is having a date with a sleeping policeman. Hallouminati can't get enough of their luncheon meat while Mr G isn't having a toke, he's just got an A* in Home Economics ... and there is a session this month, it's a magnificent one from the new Derby band, Gold Codes.
This month's session comes is a transatlantic affair as Welsh electronic maestro Dementio13 teams up with regular US collaborator nita disaster, this time to produce an exclusive mix of mesmeric quality for the show. Joining them are a whole bunch of new releases from the likes of Waylon Thornton, Pyramid Vritra and NARAM and a triumphant return from Dalmatian Rex and the Eigentones, alongside a brace of tunes courtesy of the always excellent Not Not Fun label and three (count 'em) from the equally wonderful Odd Box.
I return from another virtual trip to Budapest clutching a whole armful of releases from that city's astonishing music scene and treat you to extracts from Amstatten Bedroom Punk, Gustave Tiger, Tumo and Fuck Like Bunnies and there's a track too from the new EP from fellow Hungarians PFA. On my way back, I take time to check out Italy's haf haf, Lumisokea from Belgium and another excellent release from France's Kythibong, this time courtesy of Piano Chat.
Meanwhile, STP remixes General Levy, Four Tet gives the same treatment to Crazy Bald Heads, Death Sleds sample Homer Simpson and I get so excited with it all I misname the new Wytches release and the label of a fantastic 12-inch EP from Shackleton. But they're both so good you won't care.
2014 really gets going and there's loads of new tunes this month. On the one hand, lots of new material from favourites we've not heard from in a while - so welcome back Schnauser, Serious Sam Barrett, Radar Man From the Moon, The Gaslamp Killer and Dusty Mush.
On the other hand, new stuff from artists I've just discovered, so welcome in Noisy Locomotive, Sultan Bathery, Xenofish and Sudden Death Of Stars. Oh, and did I mention that there's a new live session from Peel show legends I, Ludicrous?
This month's three hour show features a new session from Victoria Anderson, and new tracks from The Manhattan Love Suicides; The Wolfhounds; Muddy Summers & The Dirty Field Whores; Expert Alterations; T.O.Y.S; Trick Mammoth; Dean Wareham; Cocoanut Groove; secret beach; No Ditching; Monica Queen; and Personal Best.
Nxt Gen and The Nightingales each take on their least favourite member of the current government, while The Bordellos address the PM's wife. Staying with politics, there's a new single from Liverpool's Hillary & The Democrats.
There's electronica from David Douglas; Marc Romboy; and Breton. French producer Agoria remixes Moby & Damien Jurado, while Israeli producer Guy J remixes a house classic by Twice As Nice from 1999.
Former Standard Fare singer & bass player Emma Kupa appears in duet with former Hefner frontman Darren Hayman, while her former bandmates unveil their new project, The Skeletal Shakes.
This month's Educating Elizabeth record is an upbeat Tamla Motown 7" B-side from 1967, while this month's Peel's Big 45 is also a B-side, on John Peel's own Dandelion Record label from 1970.
As well as little known acts, here's a little known fact: The Nightingales have been dropped after one album by each of their last four record labels. They have found a way to stop this run of bad luck. They are self-releasing their new album "For Fuck's Sake". There will be no label, no distributor, no catalogue number, no bar code, no logo, and no dumpings six months later.
This month on the show we appear to be a bit top heavy with Australian acts. But with not a sign of Tame Impala, Flume, Cut Copy or Nick Cave I hope that the show goes a long way to illustrate that there is a lot of great undiscovered Australian music out there. From Zoe Zac in Hobart, to my perennial favourites Hot Palms from Melbourne and amongst many others the fantastic Gooch Palms from Newcastle. I've also thrown in a couple of great David McComb oddities as well as a great remix of a disco classic by producers Flight Facilities.
Also on the show this month possibly Britain's best band, Sleaford Mods and definitely the UK's greatest living artist, Bill Drummond.
Enjoy and looking forward to bring you more great music next month.