The December Music Speakeasy


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In a bare-faced attempt to up the ante, Rob and Clive invite The Little Unsaid, AKA John Elliott, into Studio 2A for some musical shenanigalia. John performs a new song, and covers tracks by Nick Cave and Atoms For Peace.

John also joins us for a robust discussion on the merits of and surprising facts around the world of the cover version. Rob and Clive reveal the music blogs they can heartily recommend (and the ones that they’ll cheerfully never go near again) and guest sound engineer Alex Purkiss shows us up with a radical uptick in sound quality over the bits he’s in charge of. Endearingly shambolic is the way we roll, wise guy! Stop making us look bad!

All this and the usual level of Z-grade pun-slinging and punditry from the crew that put the K in kwality.

The Little Unsaid

The Music Blogs:

NME – nme.com/newmusic

Pitchfork – pitchfork.com/tracks

No Country For New Nashville – nocountryfornewnashville.com

Top House Music Blog – tophousemusicblog.com

Breaking More Waves – breakingmorewaves.blogspot.co.uk

The Von Pip Musical Express – Track of the Day – thevpme.com

Crack in the Road – crackintheroad.com

Real Horrorshow – horrorshowtunez.com

Cruel Rhythm – cruelrhythm.tumblr.com

Popjustice – popjustice.com

Here’s John recording his music for us. Note the professionalism of the studio setup. An upturned bin serves so many purposes…

john studio

and for bonus hilarity, the moment when he realised just what he’d let himself in for…

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