John: Start with a cheery one, why not?
Vessels - The Sky Was Pink
Carolyn: Didn't like that at all. Five minutes I'm not getting back.
John: From Leeds, that's available on a free download
Carolyn: So they can't even sell it?
John: Yeah, you've made your point. Split the room has that
Opossom - Blue Meanies
John: Opossom is Kody Nielson from Auckland. Got a bit of a Beck feel to it.
Dinosaur Jr - Pierce The Morning Rain
John: You can't mistake them for anyone else. The new single from the album I Bet On Sky
Cover Version Corner
Louis Armstrong/Joey Ramone - What A Wonderful World
Carolyn: Two totally different interpretations, which is what this is about
John: The Joey Ramone one was from 2002, released posthumously after his untimely death in 2001. Armstrong from 1968 from the album also titled What A Wonderful World
Melt Yourself Down - We Are Enough
John: Alt jazz, it says here. Not sure what that means, but that's got a killer bassline. A 6-piece band with a couple of saxophones, that was released a couple of weeks ago.
Roosevelt - Sea
John: From Cologne. We're having another cosmopolitan show
Caribou - Odessa
John: Speaking of cosmopolitan, Caribou is Daniel Smith from Ontario. That's off the album Swim from 2010
One Degree Of Separation
Blur - There's No Other Way
Graham Coxon - Freakin' Out
John: Coxon left Blur and released a few albums. That track is off Happiness In Magazines from 2004. But they all got back together for the lucrative reunion this year. 21 years ago, that's when There's No Other Way was released.
Carolyn: Is this another one you put in just to make me feel old?
Dutch Uncles - Fester
John: Played these before. They're from Stockport and that's out from the album Out Of Touch With The Wild that's released in January
The Horrors - I Can See Through You
John: From Southend, that was off last year's album Skying
The Invisible - Generational
John: From the album Rispah which came out in July
And here's your YouTube playlist.