In the last Hello GoodBye of 2010, deXter Bentley span tracks from the best sessions of the past year, had live music from Spizz Oil & Keshco and stuffed his face full of lovely mince pies.
Punk stalwarts Spizz Oil reform for an extremely rare live radio session. Oiginally formed in 1978 with maniacal frontman Spizz and guitar wizard Pete Petrol, they released 2 classic 7″ vinyl EPs on Rough Trade and recorded numerous radio sessions for the legendary John Peel show.
Keshco is a London / Oxford based pop-art trio who home-record in a vast array of styles (depending on how they feel.) Expect (possibly): offbeat love songs, wry social commentary, psychedelic whimsy, shimmering synthpop and/or spiky folk.
all my cats are dead – niall spooner harvey (hg archive)
never come – viv albertine’s limerance (hg archive)
wymmin’s final – wet dog (hg archive)
below the waves – keshco (live)
james harries – keshco (live)
i almost died – keshco (live)
jap rock go! – keshco (live)
standing down – trevor moss & hannah lou with the lantern society players (hg archive)
dark joan – leila adu and the don’ts (hg archive)
something on the radio – john kenton (hg archive)
years – mary and the baby cheeses (hg archive)
the lucy gang take on the hells angels – sexton ming (hg archive)
my friend joe – the irrepressibles (hg arhive)
central park – spizz oil (live)
island – spizz oil (live)
6,000 crazy – spizz oil (live)
fibre – spizz oil (live)
crap song – spizz oil (live)
macisaac -mithras (hg archive)
thrombasser – cigna spine (hg archive)