Friday, 4 January 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 74 - The Best of 2012

A very happy new year to you all, hope your Xmas was a good one! On this week's show we're picking some of our favourite records that we've bought over the last twelve months. Some of them were released in 2012 and some of them weren't, the only thing they have in common is that we've enjoyed playing them over the last year and felt that they deserved hearing again.

This show is sponsored by Cornwall's best home brewed cider Countyline Moonshine, cheers Neil!

Download your new year's revolution here.

The Songs:
Mansion – The Mallard
Puppet on a String – Night Beats
Watch Yourself – West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
About Love – Melvin Davis
Blind Man – Tav Falco’s Panther Burns
Horses – Dirty Beaches
Come On/Go Right Ahead - The Hives
Diamond Skull – Atomic Suplex
Lime Lime – Subsonics
Not Good Enough – Chain & the Gang
Parchment Farm – Dead Moon
After Death – Royal Baths
Demolicion – Los Saicos
Oh Mary - Ty Segall
You and Me – Strange Boys
Goatman – Goat
Time – Ty Segall and White Fence
Evil Is Easy – The Intelligence
Catamaran – Allah-Las
When It Comes To You – Dead Ghosts
Get Away – Country Teasers
Tell Her – The Movement
Whiplash – The Smugglers
Never Knew I Had It So Bad – Thee Midnighters
Dig Your Grave – The Pharmacy
River – Pangea
Neon Tepee – Wobbly Lamps


  1. Cheers for sending that link along, Coop. Liked the mix so much, it made our afternoon post:

    You have a new follower

  2. Thanks for that, glad you enjoyed it, hope you enjoy our future transmissions. I have added The Dadada to our blog roll. Keep in touch, Coop.

  3. Another brilliant transmission. Thanks for mentioning my name - your most faithful disciple.

    Still working my way through the earlier shows, presently listening to 16 during my commute to work, home, & while on other random errands that the missus assigns to me.

    Listening to the recent podcasts as part of my morning routine at work. Plenty of material to occupy my time. Thank you very much.