Friday 26 July 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 98

Happy Friday folks, here's this week's blast of PVC. Laggers had to hand in a sick note due to a dodgy tummy so Coop and Miggins played some songs for him. There's a mystery song that we were very surprised Laggers asked for, it's not in the track listing so you'll have to listen. Enjoy the selection and the weekend.

Here's your download.

The Songs
Paradise – Dr Feelgood
To the Boy I Jumped in Hemlock Alley – White Fence
Bastards of Young – The Cribs
Life is a Rehearsal – Country Teasers
Nothing Came Out – Moldy Peaches
Should Have Shot Paul – Strange Boys
Frankie’s Gun – The Felice Brothers
The Wig He Made Her Wear – Drive By Truckers
Fugitivo De Alcatraz – Los Saicos
Concerning Love – Tammy St John
Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye – Leonard Cohen
Mighty Idy – DMZ
All Along, Along Gone – Dead Coast
Dry Range In/ Graves – Hooded Fang
Arbitrary High – Sebadoh
Boys Keep Swinging – David Bowie
Toe Cutter/ Thumb Buster – Thee Oh Sees
Children on TV – The Pharmacy
Wrong Place, Right Time No. 2 – The Fall
With Out Consent – The Fat White Family
Laggers’ Mystery Tune - ?
God Knows its True – Teenage Fanclub
Gatecrasher – The Gorillas
Jeanie Loves Pop – Warm Soda
Time of the Scab – Black Lips
One More Cup of Coffee – Bob Dylan

Big Jilm - Ween

Thursday 18 July 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 97

We're back after a skip week where we rocked the Village Green Festival in Southend with a cracking line up of bands interspersed with us spinning some vinyl. A jolly good and sweaty time all round, thanks if you came along.

We've got a right old mix of records for you to enjoy in #97, something for everyone we reckon. If there's nothing ya dig you're in the wrong place!

Get yourself the download here.

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 97
Celestial Empire – Dragonfly
Old Man – Londons
Troubled Mind – Buff Medways
Religious Experience (Singing a Song in the Morning) – Kevin Ayers featuring Syd Barrett
Jet Set – Dave Pike
Woke Up in a Police Car – Oblivians
Turquoise Hotel – Fungi Girls
Cheeseburger and Fries – King Lollipop
Temptation Inside Your Heart – Velvet Underground
Goodbye Johnny – Primal Scream
Taking Off – The Fall
No Come Down – Brian Jonestown Massacre
Spirit or Spell - Plantman
Fuzzy – Grant Lee Buffalo
California Über Alles – Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy
CIA Man – Fugs
Tosta Mista – Hooded Fang
Libras and Zebras = Jacuzzi Boys
Stoned and Starving – Parquet Courts
Vile Cranian (Circles) – Sun Araw
Drugs – Talking Heads
Sunrise – New Order
Hard Act to Follow – 21st Century
I Want My Woody Back –The Barracudas
Is It Raining in Your Mouth – The Fat White Family
Black Potato – The Rabble
Pick A Dub – Keith Hudson

Monday 8 July 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen stage at Village Green 13th July

This Saturday (13th) thee Polyvinyl Craftsmen will be hosting a stage at the Village Green Festival in Chalkwell Park, Southend on Sea. We'll be in the Village Hall which is situated in the Park View Suites.

We are spinning vinyl all day between bands starting at 11.30. Organizers Metal have booked the bands for the earlier part of the day and then from 4.00pm we take over. 

Here is our line-up:

4.00-4.30 Ghost Music

2 lo-fi guitars and some Mo Tucker inspired rhythms, influenced by Silver Jews, Flying Nun and K Records. Ghost Music’s bitter sweet moments will soundtrack your Indian summer.

4.30 - 4.50 PVC DJs

4.50 - 5.20 Plantman

Described as 'making Field Mice sound like Modest Mouse' by The Guardian's Paul Lester,Plantman are singer/songwriter Matt Randall with Adam Radmall and Bryan Styles.

Previously members of psychedelic shoegaze band Beatglider,Plantman formed in 2009 with a love of The Go Betweens,Durutti Column,mixtapes and trebly guitars.

After releasing the limited edition debut album ‘Closer to the snow’ in 2010, Plantman returned in early 2013 to critical acclaim with the release of the melancholic ‘Whispering Trees’.

5.20 - 5.40 PVC DJs

5.40 - 6.10 Dead Coast

The band’s music is so captivating especially the melody in each track. This is a band you must check out if you like retro psychedelic garage rock.( The Musical Junkie).

The sound is reminiscent to the swinging ’60s, with easy comparisons to a heavier and more hallucinogenic version of The Beatles in their early days (Bring the Noise UK).

Their music would work perfectly as a soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino film, with a laid-back quality that cruised from one song to the next, in a locomotion that emulated the movement of waves. They would be well worth checking out if you’re a fan at all of your quintessential surf rock bands of the 60s or similar new age acts such as The Growlers (

6.10 - 6.30 PVC DJs

6.30 - 7.00 Wobbly Lamps

Southend-based Wobbly Lamps play trippy garage rock, full of reverb and distortion. They have released two 7” EPs in the last year which have found their way into discerning record boxes around the globe and picked up plenty of airplay across the US and Europe. Their last record was played heavily by Gideon Coe on BBC 6Music who said . "I like this very much, look forward to playing it again! ". Paul Lagden - Guitar, Lee Hall - Guitar, Gareth Thomas – Vox, Zoë Howe – Drums, Derek Pitt – Bass 

The whole afternoon will be going out live on Radio Nova Lujon.

It's going to be busy so come along early, plot up and enjoy thee PVC experience live.

Friday 5 July 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 96

Lots of booze flowing in this week's show, we've got drunken mumbling, badly pronounced band names and buzzing equipment. A classic! And the music ain't bad either, get your ears round it.

Here be the download.

Different player and download this week as Divshare is down for maintenance, once they've finished I'll replace with the regular ones. Unless you prefer the Mevio player and download, lemme know.

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 96
I Listen to Lyrics Last – The Mallard
2000 – RPM
Bow Down and Die – The Almighty Defenders
Tumble, Lies and Honesty – White Fence
Happy All the Time – Television Personalities
Go Home – Ty Segall
Pinball King – Oblivians
Tell Me in a Whisper – Warm Soda
Keep the Boy Alive – Sebadoh
Nothing Man – Deviants
LA – The Fall
The Witch – The Sonics
Lord Knows Best – Dirty Beaches
In the Sun (Purling Hiss Remix) – Moon Duo
Drink Up - Sic Alps
Mother In Law – Ernie K. Doe
Nerve Damage – Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Sweetest Girl – Scritti Politti
Rebirth of Slick – Digable Planets
Is it Raining in Your Mouth? – The Fat White Family
No Ideas – Parquet Courts
One Million Lovers – The Growlers
Hard to Forget – Kepi Ghoulie
The Way it Goes – Gillian welch
Brain Damage – Personal & the Pizzas
Ode to Subterrania/Bye Bye Land – Hooded Fang
Monkey Man (version) – Toots & the Maytals
Bitter Song – Plantman
Seven Deadly Children – Dead Coast
Haxan – Wobbly Lamps