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The Quietus Hour 31: A New Music Podcast
Luke Turner , March 9th, 2017 13:58

John and Luke (and Seb and Todd) are the walnut between the buttock cheeks of popular culture

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We hope you'll forgive us for neglecting the airwaves for a while - science might say that you can't pass germs through technology, but we'd not have wanted to put you at risk from whatever vulgar little virus it was that knocked John and Luke sideways for weeks. In The Quietus Hour episode 31 we'll make up for our absence with some of our favourite music including Spoek Mathambo, Jane Weaver, HMLTD, Sleaford Mods and $hit & $hine, not to mention a world exclusive by Father John Misty plus a look back at this weekend's celebrations of the 60th birthday of Mark E Smith. We also cast a gimlet eye over the pressing news issues of the day and ask have you seen anything weirder in 2017 than a pig having sex with a tree?

Jive Ass Slippers
Mar 10, 2017 3:57pm

That Father John Misty is really stepping it up with that new track.

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Bunta Sugawara
Mar 11, 2017 4:36am

Comments disabled for the specious Wicker Man = Brexit piece, I see.

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Bunta Sugawara
Mar 11, 2017 5:01am

The Wicker Man is actually about a peculiar Scottish "Soil Association" approved organic farmer, unable to accept objective advice from mainland Great Britain. Fortunately Brexit will enable Scotland to benefit from lower tariffs on non-EU agricultural products, including those from successful producers outside the collectivised fair trade model https://www.adamsmith.org/blog/international/unfair-trade I don't have any evidence for that, of course, but neither does Adam Scovell.

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May 25, 2017 3:39pm

I just love to listen to this podcast as it's all about music, so i really feel happy for exploring new music from this.

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May 26, 2017 7:05am

What a wonderful podcast it was, really nice and good to hear you people from this blog. I really admire music since my childhood. Simply loved it.

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Jul 11, 2017 5:37am

The game is best known for its dark sense of humor and its graphic violence. Expect to see a lot of blood and guts. Your goal is to go far across each level without letting your character get hurt.

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Jul 11, 2017 5:38am

Is this much challenging? Make your best efforts to survive in this glory and funny game. We can find a way to break through Even if we can't find heaven, I'll walk through hell with you.

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