GOTW Plague Tapes #112

Monday   25th October  12.30hrs  

Plague Tapes #112  What Exit? 

Partying in such a way to help the markets, [I.e. Niteclubs] came back on Friday night.  But this whole talk of Exit’s and ‘going back to normal’ appears massively premature given where we find ourselves.  All this means that Plague Tapes rumbles on, and this week Dr. Groove brings back some tunes he heard and others that were influenced by his trip to Utopia, which is otherwise known as the Kevin Barry room in the National Concert Hall.

We have the news from Andrew which follows 


News:  Andrew comes back to tell us what it looks like in the war against Covid.  It is quite sobering, as it will be to anyone who has been watching case go up over 2400 recently.  Effectively it appears that the decision is to press on – such as opening up nightclubs with no restrictions in spite of evidence from here and elsewhere that this burst for an exit has not worked.  This also puts massive pressures on our health service which is already under massive strain.  NPHET are back talking to us.  But this charging for the Exit appears to be doomed, someone’s switched off the sign, and the famous door out is no longer visible.  What can be done?  The answers are somewhat limited.  You know what to expect in this news.

Love & Rage,

Dr. Groove



      1. Yo La Tengo  —>  Let’s Be Still   
      2. John Martyn —> Big Muff
      3. Pole —> Strand
      4. Helado Negro —> Telescope 
      5. Donnacha Costello —> Dry Retch
      6. The Cure —> Like Cockatoos
      7. Spiritualized —> Pure Phase 
      8. Sabres of Paradise —> Chapel Street Market 9am
      9. Aphex Twin —> Goon Gumpas 
      10. Beverly Glenn-Copeland —> Ever New 
      11. Rodger Eno & Plumbline —> With insight 


News at 72 mins  – see above for what’s covered

11. Stereo MC’s —> What is Soul Pt.1 [edit]



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