The most recent episode for this show was broadcast on the 3rd April 2011

Students for Scarves and Charm

1300-1400 30.01.11

everything and more

If you haven't already come to the conclusion that Allo Darlin' are the best band in the past, present and (I'm no seer, but most probably) future of indie pop, this episode of Students for Scarves and Charm is here to help you reach that epiphany. In addition to Allo Darlin' album tracks, covers and Elizabeth Morris's recent collaboration with Darren Hayman, expect to hear classic indie pop from Marine Girls, Hefner and Dolly Mixture.

Alex Winston is this week's Unsigned Act who you can hear more from at and keep an eye out for her forthcoming EP 'Sister Wife' due out on Valetine's Day.

I also pledge to give the Wish I'd Kept A Scrapbook feature a bit more love (so far this has only amounted to moving it to the first half of the show). This week we celebrate the pop perfection that is The Smiths' 'Rusholme Ruffians'.

Posted at 13:45, 31st January 2011


Atlantic City (Bruce Springstein cover)
Allo Darlin' Where It's At Is Where You Are
Hard On
Withered Hand sl
Dance Music
The Mountain Goats 4AD
Feature: Wish I'd Kept A Scrapbook
Rusholme Ruffians
The Smiths WEA
End of Feature
Painting and Kissing
Hefner Darren Hayman
I Know I Fucked Up
Darren Hayman ft. Elizabeth Morris White Label
Silver Dollars
Allo Darlin' Fortuna Pop
Feature: Unsigned Act
Alex Winston Unsigned
Sister Wife
Alex Winston Unsigned
End of Feature
Everything and More
Dolly Mixture Dolly Mixture
In Love
Marine Girls Cherry Red
Kiss Your Lips
Allo Darlin' Fortuna Pop

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