This Is Fake DIY Radio have made our week by featuring four of our artists on the latest Charlie Ashcroft show.
The Lowriders have had their album track, "Big Moustache" featured on the show, just in time to commemorate the release of their latest single Who's Gonna Save Your Soul. It was released via Adrenalin Records and you can buy it for £1.29 from iTunes.
Check out their impressive live show at one of the dates listed below:
The Moth & The Mirror also had the Headron remix of Germany, a single taken off their debut album Honestly, This World, given a spin on. If you haven't heard it yet, head over to their and take a listen.
Their album will be released on November 7th via Olive Grove Records as a download and limited edition CD.
Rod Jones' (Idlewild) latest side project, The Birthday Suit, had album track "Do You Ever" featured as well, which is sure to drum up some interest ahead of album, The Eleventh Hour's release on November 11th.
Last, but by no means least, is Sweet Baboo's gorgeously autumnal track, "The Day I Lost My Voice", taken from his latest EP, Girl Under A Tree, was featured on the show. It's a great track to listen to if, like us, you're mourning the sunshine now that the chilly weather has arrived.
Girl Under A Tree, released via Shape Records, is available to buy via bandcamp on limited 10” white vinyl or Download.
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