28 Apr 2015, 20:24 by reihirosuzuki
22 Apr 2015, 11:43 by anthonycarew
2 Apr 2015, 15:33 by -jc-01. The Ground Walks, with Time in a Box - Modest Mouse
02. Entropy (ft. Grimes) - Bleachers
03. There Are Too Many of Us - Blur
04. I Saw You (In A Corridor) - Wolf Alice
05. Every Little Means Trust - Idlewild
06. You Know We Can't Go Back - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
07. Insecurity - Therapy?
08. Little Wanderer - Death Cab for Cutie
09. Heaven Sent - Best Coast
10. Summer of Chances - The Cribs
11. Breathless - Diet Cig
12. Honestly Do Yr Worst - Joanna Gruesome
13. Dead Inside - Muse
14. Big Decisions - My Morning Jacket
15. No Way Out (Redux) - Warpaint
16. Depreston - Courtney Barnett
2 Apr 2015, 15:29 by -jc-01. Go Out - Blur
02. Nothing I Can Do About It - Idlewild
03. The Wrong Year - The Decemberists
04. The Best Room - Modest Mouse
05. Harvard - Diet Cig
06. Under A Rock - Waxahatchee
07. No Room In Frame - Death Cab for Cutie
08. Burning for No One - The Cribs
09. Still Hurts - Therapy?
10. Cocoon - Ash
11. California Nights - Best Coast
12. Last Year - Joanna Gruesome
13. Giant Peach - Wolf Alice
14. I'm Shy - The Juliana Hatfield Three
15. Nothing But A Heartbeat - Say Lou Lou
16. Lifted Up (1985) - Passion Pit
1 Apr 2015, 12:08 by DandelionRadioKevin Robinson:
Pack your bags; we're visiting all corners of the globe this April. We begin with a selection from Radio Vietnam - a collage of music, news segments, dynamic radio bumpers, jingles, advertisements, comedic interludes phoned-in karaoke sing-a-longs and coded messages from the outer ether, recorded and compiled by Mark Gergis for Sublime Frequencies. This programme also contains the vocal talents of seven year old singer Francis The Great, as well as music from South Africa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and from the Jemaa El Fna in Marrakesh.
Dancefloor driven tracks this month arrive from Rotterdam's Stranger, Shanghai's Tzusing and Texas via Berlin's Lotic. We've got the phantasmagorical spectacle of Snapped Ankles, plus new tracks from Finland's Tsembla, Powell, Djrum and DVA Damas.
There's the gender problematizing goth dance band bottoms from Brooklyn, sax fuelled punk from Rhode Island's Downtown Boys, something that isn't Christmas Wrapping by The Waitresses…
18 Mar 2015, 12:22 by anthonycarew
1 Mar 2015, 19:50 by DandelionRadioKevin Robinson:
In March we bring you early tasters lifted from the highly anticipated albums from Squarepusher, and Lightning Bolt, plus Benjamin John Power of Fuck Buttons returns as Blanck Mass. We've got more tracks from the Witching Waves and H.Grimace albums, plus intriguing new releases from 75 Dollar Bill and percussion duo Ninos Du Brasil.
There's raucous new rock from Australian delinquents The Living Eyes, menacing Memphis residents Ex-Cult and London's Taman Shud. New reggae sounds are supplied by Horseman, Face & Sheenyboo and Daddy Freddy, and there are dub selections from the vaults from Scientist and King Tubby.
This month's dancefloor devilment comes from Demdike Stare, DJ Paypal, Skeptical Claude Speeed, Whitehouse's William Bennett in his Cut Hands guise, Berlin's M.E.S.H. and Japan's NHK yx Koyxen.
Also this month, treats from global collective Weird Together, New Zealand singer Aldous Harding, South African Shangaan instigator Nozinja, Tel Aviv's Red Axes and Italian occult psych band MAMUTHONES.
25 Feb 2015, 10:52 by anthonycarew
5 Jan 2015, 04:33 by Adrian347TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2015 SPRING EQUINOX EDITION (March 20)
1. Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear
2. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly
3. Death Grips - Fashion Week
4. Torche - Restarter
5. Title Fight - Hyperview
6. Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper
7. Mount Eerie - Sauna
8. Björk - Vulnicura
9. Arca - Sheep
10. Funeral for a Friend - Chapter and Verse
won't be getting around to as many new releases this year as i have been the past couple years
10 - Personal GOAT
9(.5) - Excellent
8(.5) - Great
7(.5) - Good
6(.5) - Decent
5(.5) - Mediocre
4(.5) - Subpar
3(.5) - Bad
2(.5) - Terrible
1(.5) - Dogshit
0(.5) - Offensive on a Personal Level
Death Grips - Fashion Week 8/10 ALBUM OF THE MONTH
Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper 7/10
Title Fight - Hyperview 7/10 ALBUM OF THE MONTH
Mount Eerie - Sauna 6.5/10
Björk - Vulnicura 6/10
Funeral for a Friend - Chapter and Verse 5/10
Sleater-Kinney - No Cities to Love 4.5/10
3 Jan 2015, 11:34 by DandelionRadioFestive 50:
Continuing a Christmas tradition started by the late broadcaster John Peel in 1976, an assortment of our DJs count down through the best 50 tracks from 2014 based on listener's votes.
You can hear the full results of this legendary poll repeating from Christmas Day and into January, finishing off with Kevin Robinson revealing this year's winner!
For January 2015 Dandelion Radio introduces a Review of the year 2014, as seen through the eyes of our DJs. Join Rocker, Pete Jackson, Kevin Robinson, Mark Whitby and Neil Jenkins as they take a turn in guiding you through some of their musical high points from the past year.
Tune in, enjoy, and give us your feedback.
Before we even begin to tackle 2015, there's a pile of releases from late 2014 to sift through including terrific albums which must not go unheard from Raspberry Bulbs, Witching Waves, Trash Kit, USA Nails, Afrikan Sciences, The Skull Defekts and Posh Isolation's White Void…