This is called the Crumbscast for no better reasons than that I like the name and that it starts with a song called Crumbs, the new single by Jonnie Common. Given I've had to try and think up unique names for all of these bastard things anything which sounds good and has at least a tenuous link to the topic at hand will do.

I've not done a podcast for ages actually, but the last one was the one just before the independence referendum, and I still feel so utterly let down and disappointed with how that went that I've been unable to really talk about it since. On you go, Westminster, you're doing a decent enough job really - at least a better one than we could ever hope to do on our own. Is that really the message we just delivered to the world? Yes, yes I think it is, at least to some degree. How sad.

So you see, probably a good thing that I waited at least a couple of weeks for the worst of the depressed bitterness to wear off. I almost get dragged into it at the start of the podcast, but like a champ I manage to break free and deliver an hour (and a little bit) of the usual awesome music that no-one's really heard of because the world is WRONG about music. Sorry.

01. Jonnie Common - Crumbs (00.22)02. Tired Tape Machine - Your Ghost (07.30)03. Passion Pusher - BLT (17.18)04. Allison Crutchfield - Supermoon (22.22)05. Sun Kil Moon - War On Drugs (31.01)06. Velvet Morning - Green Whale (40.31)07. 808s and Greatest Hits - Great Western featuring A. Fantastic Reprise (48.44)08. Memory in Plant - Rainy Veins (54.09)09. H. Hawkline - Black Domino Box (58.01)10. Wallflower - Ambien (1.03.02)