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⚠️Six Course Meal w/ Guto Pryce of Super Furry Animals & Gulp! Talking about his favourite records!

⚠️ Six Course Meal with Guto Pryce of Super Furry Animals, Gulp & Das Koolies. He talks to us about some of his favourite records!

We asked Guto what is coming up on the horizon for him:

"I’ve been spending lockdown hiding away and slowly writing another Gulp LP. I’m really looking forward to a time when I can jam away with my Gulp bandmates and getting album No.3 finished as well as re-emerging next year to play bass for The Pictish Trail on his re-scheduled tour. There’s also some Das Koolies rumblings and happenings."


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Part 1:


1️⃣ An album you constantly listen to alone. One that is very close to your heart and you prefer to not listen to in the company of others, a record you feel speaks directly to you!

🎯 "Jim O'Rourke - Bad Timing. This is a record I like to immerse into. It’s a journey that floats along with repetitive minimalism as new melodies and instrumentation gently come along and get you hooked. Then before you know it’s taken a sharp turn to a place you didn’t know you wanted to go but glad you did. Always 45 minutes well spent."

Get a taste of Bad Timing below, one song is available to hear on Bandcamp and is not available on any other platforms!


2️⃣ An album from a label you highly respect.

🎯 "Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children. The Warp label has been a consistent feature in my life since I heard the Artificial Intelligence compilation in 1992. Music Has The Right To Children came out a few years later but still felt like an analogue record at a time when electronic music was going digital. I love how it sounds warm and fuzzy like an old fucked up cassette tape. Selected track - Roygbiv"


3️⃣ A classic album, one that you put on when friends are over or when times are good! A staple in your life.

🎯 "Lee Hazlewood - Cowboy In Sweden. Man, I just love Lee Hazlewood. He seemed to be able to just churn out great songs which he booms out in his wonderful baritone. His songs are full of personal reflection and dark humour. It sounds like he had a lovely time most of the time. Selected track - Easy And Me"



Catch up on our March playlist which includes a song from every post this month:

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