Eclectic Mainline 3rd October 2012

So, the new Flying Lotus album is out.  Jumbo Records sold out of the deluxe vinyl edition before I managed to get one.  I had mixed emotions as a result.  I was both disappointed (for me) but pleased (for FlyLo and Jumbo).  Clap along with this:

Shonen Knife are currently on a tour of the UK and Ireland.  Have a look at their live dates and see if there is still time for you to catch them.

Another tune from this week’s show with a video worth feasting your eyes on is that by The Helio Sequence:

If you want to listen back to the show, be my guest.  This is what I played:

Flying Lotus – “Putty Boy Strut” (single and LP – “Until The Quiet Comes”) (Warp)
A.R. Kane – “When You’re Sad” (2CD – “Complete Singles Collection”) (One Little Indian)
Two Fingers – “Little Brat” (LP – “Stunt Rhythms”) (Big Dada)
Bob Mould – “Steam Of Hercules” (LP – “Silver Age”) (Demon)
Rachel Sermanni – “Waltz” (single and LP – “Under Mountains”) (Middle Of Nowhere)
Shonen Knife – “Welcome To The Rock Club” (LP – “Pop Tune”) (Damnably)
Kane Ikin – “Europa” (LP – “Sublunar”) (12K)
The Wooden Sky – “Take Me Out” (single and LP – “Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon A Sun”) (Loose)
The Helio Sequence – “Hall Of Mirrors” (single and LP – “Negotiations”) (Sub Pop)
The Touré-Raichel Collective – “Bamba” (LP – “The Tel Aviv Sessions”) (Cumbancha)
Gary War – “Good Clues” (single and LP – “New Raytheonport”) (Care In The Community)
Matthew Bourne – “Senectitude” (LP – “Montauk Variations”) (Leaf)
Correatown – “Shine Right Through” (single and LP – “Pleiades”) (Highline)
JJ Doom – “Rhymin Slang” (single and LP – “Key To The Kuffs”) (Lex)
The Late Call – “Look At You Now” (single and LP – “Pale Morning Light”) (Tapete)