John: Reached number seven in 1975, but it's got a real contemporary feel to it. Mark Ronson's doing this, basically.
Carolyn: It's certainly stood the test of time.
The Vaccines - I Always Knew
Carolyn: That's two for two off that album now. Teenage Icon is catchy and so is this.
John: That's the new single and it's out on November 11.
Little Comets - A Little Opus
John: From Newcastle and the album, Life Is Elsewhere, was out last week.
Cover Version Corner
Velvet Underground and Nico/Record Club - Femme Fatale
John: Record Club is a project Beck has put together where they cover a whole album in a day and this is off their first one. Also, Velvet Underground and Nico is re-released after a coat of varnish this week for it's 35th anniversary.
Django Django - Life's A Beach
John: The fourth or fifth record from the album we've played on the show. It's terrific.
Carolyn: It has a real '60s vibe.
The Go! Team - Buy Nothing Day
John: As peppy a pop record as you could wish for.
No Ceremony - feelsolow
John: I don't know anything about these, because there's nothing to know.
The Kingstonians - Sufferer
John: Skanking round the studio to that one. We don't play enough ska.
Carolyn: Well you pick the records!
John: Originally out in 1970, that's on a Trojan Records compilation called Boss Reggae
The Black Keys - Lonely Boy
John: Less of a country feel to that than some of their others.
Carolyn: I like the woah-woah-woahs
One Degree Of Separation
The Streets - Let's Push Things Forward
The d.o.t. feat. Claire Maguire and Danny Brown - You Never Asked
John: Your link here is Mike Skinner, formerly recording as The Streets and that was his second single from way back in 2002. His new project with Rob Harvey, formerly of The Music, is The d.o.t. and their debut album, And That, is out today.
Vampire Weekend - Giving Up The Gun
John: From the album Contra from 2010.
Grimes - Genesis
John: Grimes is Canadian chanteuse Claire Boucher.
Peace - Bloodshake
John: From their debut EP Delicious which was out in August.
We're away next week. Back in a fortnight. In the meantime, here's your YouTube playlist.