The Awkward Sons of Patrick Stewart
So, your favourite Awkward hour is at the one-off time of 1.00pm today. Prime lunch-break listening, innit.
And if you're still craving more Awkward minutes, we'll be playing with the great Ed Schraders's Music Beat and World Peace at Sleazy's tonight from 8.00pm. Total flatline industrial stink for lovers. Get on it!
But for now, stick this down your face pipe...
Head-spinning psychedelic concrète from Bernard Parmegiani, sounding like he's trying out for late-period Coil. Wild.
Seasick whaling song action from old Ahab-balls himself, A. L. Lloyd.
Fire-damaged sax/guitar abuse from Arthur Doyle and Rudolph Grey, complete with the perfect 1980s grubby basement fidelity.
Scalpel-sharp and deeply drugged post-Pan Sonic techno from Rrose.
And a cut from the record Acid Archives listed as one of the top ten private press LPs most likely to be owned by a serial killer.
The Mercurys can lick our fucking loins.13:00 - 14:05