Thursday, 27 October 2011

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 28 (Not Quite A Halloween Special)

Welcome along to our Not Quite A Halloween Special, we didn't do a wholly ghoulish podcast, just chucked a few spooky tunes into the mix. No Laggers this week as he's been rehearsing for a Wobbly Lamps show at The Railway in Southend this Friday (28th Nov. They are supporting The Priscillas along with Chalet and Thee Polyvinyl Craftsmen DJing. Should be a top night, come along if you're local. Apologies Laggers for playing the wrong Gonja Sufi song, that's what he gets for giving us a double LP with no tracks on the labels!

Download the slightly ghostly goings on here.

Casper the Friendly Ghost – Daniel Johnston
Can I Squeeze – The Rabble
Sugar Boat – Thee Oh Sees
Great White Lie – The Cubical
Axis Abraxas – Mark Sultan
Frankenstein Again – The Lurkers
Warning – The Humans
That’s My Girl – Monks
My Daddy is a Vampire – The Meteors
Pea-Shooter – Donald Austin
Swimmin’ in a Fish Tank – Straight Coffee for George
Alley Oop – Hollywood Argyles
Psychedelic Meditation – The Bennito Sextet Plus One
Cha Cha Twist – Margarita Sierra
Jolly Mary – July
Graveyard’s Full – The Growlers
Volunteers – Megafaun
The Wig He Made Her Wear – Drive By Truckers
Cruella de Ville – from 101 Dalmations
Klowds – Gonja Sufi
Procisṣo РGilberto Gil
Suspiria – Goblin
Glazin’ – Jacuzzi Boys
Never Understand – Jesus and Mary Chain
Evil (Is Going On) – Howlin’ Wolf
Money Rock ‘n’ Roll – John Spencer Blues Explosion
Human Fly – The Cramps

With it being Halloween check out Coop's "A Patchwork Of Flesh" project, an ongoing art project featuring a wicked collection of Frankenstein Monster art cards. Browse the galleries and then submit a creature of your own.


  1. Hey guys! Thanks for the add...back at you...great podcast, do you have a feed on itunes yet? Send me your address, I want to send you some 7"'s from Sweaters & Pearls. jdean99 at gmail.

  2. Thanks Jason, yep, we have an iTunes feed, go to iTunes Store, click on Advanced then cut and paste the following link into "Subscribe to Podcast" and hit OK. A bit long-winded but we found that it was the only way it worked. I'll email you an address for the vinyl, thanks a million, look forward to giving it a listen. I was in Brooklyn this June and spent several bucks on vinyl in Academy Annex.