A special Manchester bands #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, May 28 , 2017:

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Or as I like to call it, a Mancicure.

A city that hones you doesn’t tell you what to do or who you are. It asks:

Your #TinPodShuffle goes long weekend live for Sunday, May 21, 2017:

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What’s a long weekend without a music festival? I’m dry and comfy at home, tea and whiskey at my side and here for you:

Green On Red, Scooter, Yardbirds, Archie Roach, Link Wray, Janis JoplinElton John & George MichaelGary Clark JrGene Clark, Lou Reed, Nina Simone

Your 1 hr #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, May 14, 2017: 

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Welcome to the weekly playlist for your Sunday putters. They’re all from my iPod so you can trust me like a Nigerian email.

Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, May 7, 2017:

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Welcome to the weekly playlist for your Sunday putters, combed from my iPod on spin.
 

Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, Apr. 30, 2017: 

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Welcome to the weekly playlist for your Sunday putters, with selections from exciting new albums released this week alongside old favourites from my iPod.
 
Bonus link: Check out the vid for Fish In The Sea “Slow down, unplug, straight up bro!.”

Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, Apr. 23, 2017:

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Welcome to the weekly playlist for your Sunday putters. The selections are combed from my iPod, so fortify yourself accordingly.

Like Kate Wolf before her, Martha Tilston finds peace and perspective outdoors

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Martha Tilston – Nomad (2017)

Sitting by the ocean looking out or outdoors on a starry night looking up, it’s nigh impossible not to become reflective. That is where English folkie Martha Tilston sets the vignettes on her latest (7th) album, a gently-prodding pondering of the human condition – or at least her own experience of it.

“Oh the beauty we could see if we could just know who we are”, she sings (Kate Wolf-like) on the concluding track Blue Pearl and by then, if you’ve been wise and taken Nomad outside with you to commune with nature, you’ll find that just as liberating as she has.

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