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Another nice Mess – DFM Radio, 18th November 2008

November 19, 2008

ANOTHER NICE MESS
DFM Radio, 18th  November 2008
Hostess: Marcelle van Hoof
 
LISTEN LIVE online: www.dfm.nu every Tuesday between 19-22 hours CET (Dutch time) / 18-21 hours BST (UK time) 
LISTEN (AGAIN) AT ANY OTHER TIME via 
www.anothernicemess.com
 
WEBSITE: www.anothernicemess.com
MYSPACE: www.myspace.com/djanothernicemess
 
For INFO/REQUESTS mail Marcelle at: info@anothernicemess.com 
She broadcasts from home, so she might play your requested song (almost)
instantly!
 
DANDELION RADIO MONTHLY SHOW: www.dandelionradio.com/marcelle
 
ARTISTS / LABELS are welcome to send their records/cd’s/mixes to:
Another Nice Mess
c/o Marcelle van Hoof
H. Coenradistraat 4 hs
1063 XR Amsterdam
Netherlands
 
BOOKINGS:
info@anothernicemess.com
jeroen@alleslos.nl  
 
NOW AVAILABLE: ‘DJ Marcelle/Another Nice Mess Meets Her Soulmates At Faust Studio Deejay Laboratory’ mix album
                     Double vinyl only! (no cd and/or download) 
                     34 tracks, nearly 80 minutes 
                     On Klangbad label from Germany 
                     20 Euros plus postage 
                     Order your copy now: mar.celle@planet.nl
 
1. Signature tune: Jon E Cash/untitled
2nd track on b-side 12”: Kamikaze (www.dablackops.com)
2. Zavoloka/Inhale
cd: The Wire Tapper 20 (www.thewire.co.uk)
3. Spectre/Stone
lp: Internal Dynasty (www.wordsound.com)
4. The Sticks/Exciting
split 10’’ with Hands On Heads (www.upsettherhythm.co.uk)
5. The Sticks/On The Sea
split 10’’ with Hands On Heads (www.upsettherhythm.co.uk)
6. Blackdown/Northside Cheng Dub
12’’ (Keysound Recordings)
7. Tapper Zukie/Green Bay Murder
lp: Tapper Roots (from 1978, Virgin Frontline)
8. One More Grain/Scarborough Fair
7’’ (www.staticcaravan.org)
9. Marc Houle/Meatier Shower
2xlp: Sixty-Four (www.m-nus.com)
10. The Undertones/Teenage Kicks (First Derry Demo 1978)
2xcd: An Anthology (www.salvo-music.co.uk)
11. Totally Normal/Grind Your Grime
split 12’’ with Flatmate (www.peaceoff.org) 
12. Aidan Baker & Tim Hecker/Hymn To The Idea Of Night
lp: Fantasma Parastasie (www.alien8recordings.com)
13. 
Wounded Knee/My Wooden Cupboard (Wire Tapper Exclusive Edit)
cd: The Wire Tapper 20 (www.thewire.co.uk) (www.benbecula.com)
14. Bearsuit/Pushover
7’’ (www.fantasticplastic.co.uk) release date: 24th November 2008
15. Mr. Messiah/The Dub Lab Part 2
7’’ (www.automationrecords.com)
16. Atki2/Winter Buds
Maga Bo feat. Max Normal/Homeboys
Clouds/Too Much
Ekstrak/Mass Dampers
Frescoe/Afghanistan
Iron Shirt/I Gave You All My Love (Matt Shadetek’s I Gave You All My Dub Remix)
Jenny Jones/Capilano Bridge
cd: DJ/Rupture/Uproot (www.theagriculture.com)
17. Zea/Stuck On You
lp: Hark Too! A Tribute To The Hark Album By Wim T. Schippers (www.wormweb.com) (www.tocado.com) 
18. Portable/Stad
12’’ ep: Distance (www.katapult.fr)
19. The Undertones/Do The Fast
2xcd: An Anthology (www.salvo-music.co.uk)
20. Drumsound & Bassline Smith/Maffia
12’’ (www.techniquerecordings.co.uk)
21. Dub Syndicate/Mafia
lp: Strike The Balance (from 1989, On-U Sound)
22. Lloyd Parks/Maffia
7’’ (www.pressuresounds.co.uk)
23. Asian Dub Foundation/Target Practice
cd: Punkara (www.naive.fr)
24. Istari Lasterfahrer/Can’t Tek No More
12’’ ep: All Wrongs Deserved (www.sozialistischer-plattenbau.org)
25. The Stooges/No Fun
lp: The Stooges (from 1972, Elektra)
26. Asian Dub Foundation feat. Iggy Pop/No Fun
cd: Punkara (www.naive.fr)
27. Sex Pistols/No Fun
7’’: Pretty Vacant (from 1977, Virgin)
28. Toddla T/Soundtape Killin (Nastee Boi Remix)
12’’ ep: Soundtape Killin (1965 Records)
28. Harry Merry feat. Natalia/Pebbles On The Beach
lp: Hark Too! A Tribute To The Hark Album By Wim T. Schippers (www.wormweb.com) (www.tocado.com) 
29. Mundo/Low
10’’: Dub Assembly Volume VI (www.myspace.com/jasonmundo)
30. Bow Wow Wow/C30 C60 C90 Go
7’’ (from 1980, EMI)
31. Bow Wow Wow/ C30 C60 C90 Go Anna
7’’: Work (from 1981, EMI)
32. The Mahotella Queens/Umculo Kawupheli
lp: Duck Food. African Female Vocal Mbaqanga Classics (Earth Works International)
33. Bow Wow Wow/Jungle Boy
lp: See Jungle! See Jungle! Go Join Your Gang Yeah, City All Over! Go Ape Crazy (from 1981, RCA)
34. Roguestar/Desert Orchid
12’’ (www.zaudio.co.uk)
35. The Sound of Lucrecia/Answering Machine
cd: 4 Women No Cry Vol. 3 (www.monika-enterprise.de) 
36. Jorg/track 4
cd / free download: Lomek07  (www.lomechanik.com)
37. Tender Trap/Oh Katrina
cd: Be True To Your School (www.fortunapop.com)
38. Can/Father Cannot Yell
lp: Zhengzheng Rikang (Norvenich Records)
39. Dennis De Bel/Ouverturitme
lp: Hark Too! A Tribute To The Hark Album By Wim T. Schippers (www.wormweb.com) (a href=”http://www.tocado-

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A Message from Legalise Cannabis Alliance

November 19, 2008

 The Legalise Cannabis Alliance (LCA) today gave their full support to a

 Police warning from West Yorkshire police concerning the contamination
 of cannabis with crack cocaine.
 
 A spokesperson said: ”In this serious situation, we are in agreement
 with West Yorkshire Police’s warning on the contamination of cannabis
 which may be the first step towards a new agenda that relates harm
 reduction and human rights – it is to be applauded as essential”
 
 In 2006, the LCA, alerted consumers to cannabis contaminated with grit,
 glass, sugar and various other substances such as fibreglass. Previous
 to that the LCA had issued health warnings about cannabis resin known as
 “soap bar” which contained many toxic contaminants.
 
 The LCA believes that legalisation would advance harm reduction and
 human rights.
 
 A spokesperson for the LCA, said: “West Yorkshire neighbourhood
 policing officer Andy Briggs is to be congratulated for his approach to
 this menace on his beat. I very much hope that this problem, which has
 spread to Bradford according to some of our reports, can soon be solved.
 Whether it is a likely turf war or other community related problems
 underlying cannabis contamination – this is the ugly side of prohibition
 as it happens every day on our streets.
 
 “This week will see an LCA representative advise the Basque regional
 Government on the implementation of their drugs policies and strategies,
 just as we have advised the ACMD in the past on their deliberations.
 Contaminated street cannabis is an issue that we will raise.
 
 “The LCA will continue to press for the legalisation of cannabis, as we
 believe that the benefits of this plant do not justify the prohibition
 measures against it. Also the LCA will continue to liaise and
 advise,together with ENCOD, our European coalition partner representing
 most of Europe’s users, despite the Governments reluctance to act up to
 EU guidelines requesting user participation in all its deliberations
 over drugs.”
 
Should you require pictures and interviews of our activists, please
contact lca@lca-uk.org
  
For reference to this story and others like it please contact
nlnews@archant.co.uk
 
West Yorkshire Police
http://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/section-item.asp?sid=12&iid=6101
 
The Legalise Cannabis Alliance,
PO Box 2883, 
Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 4EE

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Ish Marquez + Stanley Brinks UK tour dates November 2008

November 19, 2008

Nov 22 : COVENTRY : The Tin Angel : Medieval Spon Street, CV1 3AX : 8pm : £4 door ; http://www.thetinangel.co.uk/

Nov 23 : NOTTINGHAM : Rosy Lee’s Tea House : 17 Broad Street, Hockley, NG1 3AJ ; 8pm? ; http://www.myspace.com/leerosystea

Nov 25 : NORWICH : Crypt below Take Five : 17 Tombland, NR3 1HF : £5 door ; 8pm ; http://www.myspace.com/youknowthatsomethinggoodisgoingtohappen
Nov 26 : MANCHESTER : Tiger Lounge : 5 Cooper Street, M2 2FW : http://www.myspace.com/tigerlounge
Nov 27 : BIRMINGHAM : Bar Academy (Ish and Stanley opening for Jeffrey Lewis) : 51 Dale End, B4 7LS ; 7pm ; £8 adv ; tickets at www.ticketweb.co.uk

Nov 28 : EDINBURGH : Henry’s Cellar Bar (late show 11pm, after Jeff’s show) : 8 Morrison Street, EH3 8BJ ; £5 ; http://www.myspace.com/henrysvenue

Nov 29 : CARLISLE : The Brickyard (Ish and Stanley opening for Jeffrey Lewis) : 14 Fisher St, CA3 8RN ; 8pm ; £5 adv ; tickets at www.ticketweb.co.uk
Nov 30 : BRIGHTON : OIB records night @ The Hope : 11-12 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3WA : http://www.myspace.com/thehopevenue : £6 door
Dec 1 : LONDON : Nambucca (Stanley Brinks headlining with Ish Marquez, Congregation, Freschard) : 596 Holloway Road, Islington, N7 6LB ; http://www.myspace.com/nambucca

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Scratch Radio Birmingham wants you to get in touch

November 19, 2008

We are currently training people and getting things set up technically.
 
One thing we are still doing is asking West Midlands artists, promoters, labels etc to get in touch as we our starting to build a database of contacts for the region.
 
They can contact us at Studio@scratchradio.co.uk.
 
Thanks, Justin

 
Justin Stainton
Head of New Music
Scratch Radio – Your Music, Your Life
 
(s) 0121 3316818
 
One Million People Against the National Front: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=16238701231
 

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Jay Reatard Live dates 18th-28th November 2008

November 19, 2008

Live Dates 

18/11/08 Barrowlands 2, Glasgow 

19/11/08 Deaf Institute, 
Manchester 

20/11/08 The Faversham, Leeds 

21/11/08 Korova, Liverpool 

22/11/08 Bodega, Nottingham 

23/11/08 The Cooler, Bristol 

24/11/08 Old Blue Last, London 

26/11/08 The Belvedere, London 

27/11/08 Banquet Records 
(in-store), London 

28/11/08 Engine Rooms, Brighton 

Matador Singles 08 
Released: 6th October 2008 
OLE 8221

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Jay Reatard – See Saw Press Reviews November 2008

November 19, 2008

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Jay Reatard – Matador singles collection Press reviews November 2008

November 19, 2008

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Jay Reatard – In the Red Press reviews November 2008

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Jay Reatard Press Live Previews November 2008

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Jay Reatard – Always wanting more Press reviews November 2008

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Jay Reatard Press Features November 2008

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Jay Reatard Review USA Press Cuttings November 2008

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Jay Reatard Review Snippets November 2008

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Jay Reatard Matador Singles November 2008 Press information

November 19, 2008

JAY REATARD
MATADOR SINGLES ‘08
The New Album Released On October 6th 2008
Every month for the last six months, Matador Records have been releasing a limited 7” by a new signing to the label, namely Memphis boywonder Jay Reatard.
The 7”s have generated more and more attention with each release, but each one has been put out in a progressively more limited run, starting with 3,500 worldwide for single #1 and ending with only 400 copies of single #6 (released September 9th). Each release has differed from the last (be it on clear and coloured vinyl, a split 7” or a picture disc) and all have sold out instantly upon release.
This collection, Matador Singles ’08, features all six singles (with the exception of Deerhunter’s cover of Jay’s ‘Oh, It’s Such A Shame’ that appears on single #4) and is compiled in chronological order. It not only caters for those who aren’t so bothered about collecting and those who missed out on the 7”s the first time round but is also an outstanding album in its own right.
Every song is a perfect snarling pop-punk gem, but the collection evolves interestingly (and erratically) from punk to pop. As Pitchfork said on the subject, “In this short space of time, Reatard has cranked out more memorable songs than some acts do in their whole careers.”
In addition to the singles, this album also features the extra track, ‘I’m Watching You’, Jay’s attempt to write a song in the style of Kiwi songsmiths The Tall Dwarfs, which uses the word “c*nt.” He succeeds.
Jay is already working on his debut album proper for Matador and plans on releasing it in the New Year. He’s next back with his band to the UK to perform their frenetic live sets in November.
FOR PRESS INFORMATION, CONTACT 
RICH AT MATADOR RECORDS
0208 870 9912 /  HYPERLINK “mailto:richwalker@4ad.comrichwalker@4ad.com

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