This new mix eases you in nicely with Bobby Dylan via some 70’s psych-folk before sending you on a journey via Skelmersdale, courtesy of The Magnetic North, to meet up with a bunch of subversives with a punk attitude in the form of Stanley Brinks and The Kaniks, Michael Hurley, Stick in the Wheel, Jeffrey Lewis, Allen Ginsberg, Chris T-T, The Burning Hell and King Khan and The Shrines (with a tribute to David Bowie).
New tracks on here from Dylan LeBlanc, the new Stick in the Wheel split single with Lynched on their newly launched label From Here Records (bring it on!) as well as Chris T-T’s new album 9 Green Songs which Helen reviewed recently…plus new offerings from Shel‘s Just Crazy Enough and Burning Hell’s Public Library. Also a new wonderful discovery – Seabuckthorn…more on him soon.
Click on the tags at the end of this post for more on the artists we’ve featured on FRUK.
Bob Dylan – Buckets of Rain
Luke Elliot – Dressed for the Occasion
Wild Ponies – Born with a Broken Heart
Dylan LeBlanc – Easy Way Out
Mick Softly – Eagle
Shel – Rooftop
Micah Blue Smaldone – Micah Blue Smaldone – The Mule
Nina Nastasia – Stormy Weather
Seabuckthorn – Eve Of The Rains
The Magnetic North – Signs
Tyrannosaurus Rex – Highways (Misty Mist)
Stanley Brinks And The Kaniks – This World
Michael Hurley – English Noblemen
Stick In The Wheel – White Copper Alley
Jeffrey Lewis – The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane
Allen Ginsberg – Vomit Express
Chris T-T – #WorstGovernmentEver
The Burning Hell – The Road
King Khan & The Shrines (feat. Jatinder Durhailay Singh) – David Bowie R. I. P