Thursday 29 December 2011

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 35 - Best of 2011

In our second podcast of the festive season we chose some of our favourite tunes we've played in this year's transmissions, invited a few friends along to pick some songs too and all drank far too much. The results are a great batch of songs and some pretty sloppy mic work! It was great fun to make and we only actually remember a lot of it after having listened back with sober heads. Thanks to everyone who came along and joined in the festivities. Download one for yourself here.

A very happy new year to everyone who's dropped by this year to have a listen, hope to see you all again here in 2012.

Pay to Cum – Bad Brains
Bad Man – Oblivians
Forever Young – The Mean Jeans
Angry Aeroplanes – The Millipede Engine (chosen by Piley)
Someday Soon – Harlem
I Do Dream You – Jennifer Gentle
New Big Prinz – The Fall
Main Travelled Roads – Doll By Doll (chosen by Tomothy)
I’m So Thankful – Reigning Sound
Look Away – The Mantles
Something Someone Jr – The Growlers
I Don’t want Control of You – Teenage Fanclub (chosen by Lee)
Dandelion Seeds – July
I Want to be Your Happiness – Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby
Is It Alright – Mikal Cronin
I’m So Sorry – Kitty Daisy & Lewis (chosen by Jess)
Ghost in the Trees – Thee Oh Sees
Bad Kids – Black Lips
Can I Squeeze Your Boil? – The Rabble
Moscow Queen – The Bongolian (chosen by Mondo)
You Are the Space Invader – Prinzhorn Dance School
Waterfall – Quintron
Motorhead with Me – Nobunny
Do the Robot – Marvellus Mickey & the Rock-A-Sonics
Jimmy, Renda-Se – Tom Ze
Golden Apples – Country Teasers
My Business – The Pharmacy
Goodbye Bread – Ty Segall
Dog Scratched Ear – Henry’s Funeral Shoe
It’s Real – Real Estate (chosen by Che)
Cat Green Eyes – The Wolfmen (chosen by Mondo)
The Tide – Plantman (chosen by Tomothy)
Please Write – The White Wires
Roadrunner – The Modern Lovers
All Strapped Up – The Vinyl Stitches

Monday 19 December 2011

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 34 Christmas Bash

Come and join us for Thee Polyvinyl Craftsmen Christmas Bash, Laggers, Miggins and Coop came out of the shed to the warmth of the Miggins house for A PVC party with family and friends to record our Xmas special. Along with a selection of festive nuggets we invited our family to share some of their favourite tunes too. Presents were given, food was munched and booze was chucked back in a two hour frenzy of good cheer.
A download to join the festivities is here.

Listen to the music and a special Christmas story from William S. Burroughs below.

Enjoy the party and let us know your thoughts. Thee Three Wise Craftsmen wish all our listeners a very Merry Xmas and rocking new year.

iTunes info for both our shows now posted on the right.

Here's the track listing so you know what's on the Christmas menu.

Silent Night – The Dickies
Come to the Party – The Gallows
In Good Time – The Beau Brummels
Sock it to Me Santa – King Salami & the Cumberland 3
Plump Righteous – King Khan & BBQ Show
Feliz Navidad – El Vez
Memories – Weezer
Christmas 1979 – Wild Billy Childish and The Musicians Of The British Empire
Why Not – Chain & the Gang
Flower Punk – Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention
Iron Man – Black Sabbath
Who Do You Think You’re Fooling – Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band
Jingle Bell Rock – Reigning Sound
Highway 65 – The Bandits
Marquee Moon – Television
City of Christmas Ghosts – Goldblade featuring Poly Styrene
Father Christmas – The Kinks
So Much Wine – The Handsome Family
How Much I’ve Lied – Gram Parsons
Christmas at the Zoo – Flaming Lips
Heard You Wanna Beat Me Up – Strange Boys
Shot Down – Sonics
Red Right Hand – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Baby Please – Thee Headcoatees
Heaven’s Journey – Wild Billy Childish and the Chatham Singers
Hog's Jaw – Thee Headcoats
Get Rhythm – Johhny Cash
Sweet Christmas – Shonen Knife
Little Saint Nick – She & Him
All I Want for Christmas is a Beatle – Dora Bryan
Rape Me – Nirvana
Vehicle – Ides of March
Millie Pulled a Pistol on Santa – De La Soul
What You Gonna Do – Jim Noir
The Junky’s Christmas – William S. Burroughs

Friday 16 December 2011

Most played artists on Polyvinyl Craftsmen in 2011

In the last podcast we said we'd let you know the most played artists this year and the results are in. Some singers have played in more than on band so we've added them together to arrive at this:

1. Greg Cartwright 26
2. The Fall 20
3. Ben Wallers 16
4. Thee Oh Sees 13
5. King Khan 10
5. John Spenser 10
5. Billy Childish 10
6. Ween 9
7. Fresh and Onlys 7
8. The Pharmacy 6
8. Thee Headcoatees 6

Join us on Monday for our Xmas special.

Thursday 8 December 2011

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 33

Another week, another selection of cracking tunes for you lucky people to sit back, crank up and enjoy. Grab one for yourself here

Wand – The Flaming Lips
Nothin’ But… - The Rabble
Personality Crisis – New York Dolls
Mr Driver – Black Lips
Tennessee – Reigning Sound
Mask Search – The Fall
Don’t Make A Fool Out of Me (Version) – Kitty Daisy & Lewis
I Found Love – The Sharp Tongues
Count On Me – Groovy Uncle
Hey Hee Hi Ho – Medeski Martin & Wood
Chemtrails – Beck
Hips and Makers – Kristin Hersh
Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof of the Sucker) – Parliament
Still Smokin’ (Hug-a-but) – Trouble Funk
What Presence?! (Extended Version) – Orange Juice
Big Decision (Extended Version) – That Petrol Emotion
A Tunnel Through the Air – The Ceiling Stares
Hey! Little Child – Alex Chilton
Boys Are Boys (Demo Version) – The Monks
Mosquito – Country Teasers
Mr Richard Smoker – Ween
Astral Plane – Thee Ludds
I Was Denied – Thee Oh Sees
Cement Surfboard – Sic Alps
Prelude/Owls – Maria Goretti Quartet
I Go Ape – The Rocking Vicars
Dark Streets of London – The Pogues

Thursday 1 December 2011

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 32

Not too much booze imbibed on this one, another golden selection of songs from the sixties, seventies, eighties, ninties, naughties and whatever they're calling this decade. Every one lovingly chosen from thee PVC vaults. Agitate, educate, organise.

Download it here or listen to it below.

Chem-Farmer – Thee Oh Sees
No Carpenter – Thee Marvin Gays
Communicated to Death – OBN IIIs
Please Stop Fucking Each Other – Country Teasers
Give It Up – Lee Dorsey
Won’t Go Out – Holly Golightly
Been Down So Long – The Vinyl Stitches
People Don’t Change Blues – The Growlers
I Am With You – Ty Segall
Blue Eyes – The International Submarine Band
Different Drum – Mike Nesmith
Annie – Ronnie Lane
Regulator John – Queens of the Stone Age
Lovefingers – Silver Apples
Laurie – Daniel Johnston
Alone Again Or – Love
Travelling Around – Circus Maximus
Movin’ In – Heinz
The KKK Took My Baby Away – Ramones
What Did I Tell You – Reigning Sound
Mind Eraser – Digital Leather
Hey Bastard – S.T.P.
You Never Will Be – Graham Coxon
Message From the Law – Sic Alps
Oceans Burning – The Horrors
I Think We Might Be Weirdos – The Tumbledryer Babies
Spiderman in the Flesh – Country Teasers