Kuma McMuggles Violence

A flier for the Oh Messy Life radio program consisting of handwritten text on top of pictures of finger puppets on top of a picture of trees.

Oh Messy Life – November 2, 2023 Show Notes

Track 1: Blood – Music Bells (instr)

Found this via a Bandcamp promo email from their label, sing a song fighter.

Track 2: Giulio Stermieri – The New Holy

The first of three releases from Maple Death Records that made it into the show this week.

Track 3: COLLIGNON – Visita Noturna

Going back for the other side of this single out on Les Disques Bongo Joe.

Track 4: Les Amazones d’Afrique – Kuma Fo (What They Say)

Found via promo email from Real World Records.

Track 5: Ana Frango Elétrico – Electric Fish

From this Brazilian artist’s new album, Me Chama De Gato Que Eu Sou Sua.

Track 6: Noertker’s Moxie – McMuggles

From the album, More Fun in Billville, out a couple years ago on Edgetone Records.

Track 7: Water From Your Eyes & fantasy of a broken heart – Buy My Product (fantasy of a broken heart Version)

Another Bandcamp email promo find.

Track 8: STATIC CLEANER LOST REWARD – Submerging Emergency

Bandcamp promo for this one as well.

Track 9: Uber Magnetic – Weirdo (feat Sir Beans OBE)

Another track from their self titled release, Uber Magnetic is the collaboration of Jihad the Roughneck MC and Junior Drispol.

Track 10: Lilliput – Boat-song

From a compilation of Swiss post punk-ish stuff, Senza Decoro: Liebe + Anarchia / Switzerland 1980​-​1990

Track 11: Neon Kittens – Jane Doe

Going back for another track from Neon Kittens, the second from Maple Death Records this show.

Track 12: Taqbir – Tfou 3lik

Off of a four song ep from these Moroccan punks.

Track 13: Quarantine – Missguided Violence

Found via Bandcamp promo.

Track 14: Grayceon – Slow Burn

Going back for a track from an earlier album, IV, from these bay area rockers.

Track 15: CSE Art Project – I Played This Cassette Till It Broke

Here’s the final track from Maple Death Records this show. I’m still kind of amazed at how much leeway John Peel had at the BBC and how much love he showed for the music for so many years.

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