Three D Radio announcer, Megan Cat (up until recently with her husband, the late Peter Brat) lives in "The BratHaus" a rural seaside home about 100km from Adelaide on South Australia's scenic Fleurieu Peninsula.
Veteran musician Peter, and artist/musician Megan, were long-time DJs on Three D Radio 93.7fm
, Adelaide's eclectic independent music station.
Together Peter & Megan, known as "The Cat and The Brat" created this blog to allow listeners to review the playlists of their radio show, "Technicolour Dreaming" , watch clips of selected songs and simply join them in the enjoyment of their favourite music... psychedelia, 60's garage,
surf, punk/post-punk, pop, folk-rock, glam, 'Krautrock', goth, 80's electro... and much more!
But The Cat is carrying on the tradition, with guest co-presenters, and "Technicolour Dreaming" will continue in the same format, drawing from the huge "Cat & Brat" music collection, with the addition of new releases and reissues to keep things current. The Brat is hugely missed, but the show must go on, as he wanted...

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

It was a more relaxed Cat & Brat this week, having recovered from last week’s 3D Radiothon marathon, but still, we hit the ground running as per the Gordon Gano song we began with! There was new music from the likes of UK songstress Suzi Chunk, Japan’s Tenniscoats and Adelaide’s Volcano Cleaner, with the latest single from Django Django and a track from Wizards of Time’s intriguing debut, plus interesting covers of songs written by the likes of Bowie and the Rutles... there was a 1971 New Zealand Top 10 chart hit by Timberjack as well as tunes from the more recent past by Painted Hills, Pugwash and the Scoundrelles plus much more, before we finished the show with a very humorous song by Baterz in his final appearance as our “Artiste of the Month”.....
..... here is the full playlist.....
Gordon Gano & PJ Harvey – Hitting the Ground      (‘Hitting the Ground’ 2002 USA)
Suzi Chunk – No Stone Unturned      (‘Girl from the Neck Down’ LP 2012 UK)
the Tamborines – The Great Division      (‘Camera & Tremor’ 2010 UK – taken from ‘Psychedelica 4’ compilation 2010 UK)
Django Django – W.O.R.      (‘Django Django’ 2012 Scotland, UK)
the Mona Lisa Overdrive – It’s Just Too Much      (demo 2008 Adelaide, Australia)
Big Richard Insect – I’m So Bored      (‘Big Richard Insect’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
the Scoundrelles – Don’t Know Why [Rutles cover]     (‘Atomic Batteries to Power’ 2008 Aust./UK)
Wizards of Time – Hi My Name Is Body      (‘Will The Soft Curse Plague On?’ 2012 USA)
Weightless – Museum of Expired Life      (‘Self-Adjustment’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Tenniscoats – Shinjitsu       (‘All Aboard!’ 2012 Japan)
the Sand Pebbles – Sunshine to Burn [Long Grass cover]      (taken from the CD compilation accompanying the ‘Tomorrow is Today’ book about 60’s Australian psychedelic music 2007 Melbourne, Australia)
Volcano Cleaner – Not as Easy as it Sounds      (‘The Making of Volcano Cleaner’ 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Painted Hills – Kaleidoscope Eyes      (‘Painted Hills’ 2010 USA)
David Bowie – Moonage Daydream      (‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders From Mars’ LP 1972 UK)
Pugwash – A Rose in a Garden of Weeds      (‘Jollity’ 2005 UK)
Gaz Coombes – I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times [Beach Boys cover]      (‘Mojo: Pet Sounds Revisited’ compilation 2012 UK)
Black Box Recorder – Rock’n’Roll Suicide [Bowie cover]      (‘The Worst of Black Box Recorder’ anthology 2001 UK)
Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes [live]      (‘Uncut: Rebel Rebel’ compilation 2008 UK)
the Salt – Lucifer      (7”single 1968 USA)
Timberjack – Come to the Sabbat      (7”single 1971 New Zealand)
the Third Rail – Run, Run, Run      (7”single 1967 USA)
Baterz – You’re Not Cool      (‘Out of Hell’ 2000 Adelaide, Aust. – taken from the ‘Baterz for Beginners’ bonus CD with ‘Great Big Squiddy Fun’ tribute compilation 2009 Australia)    #
       #   “Artiste of the Month”

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Obscured By...

We had Blue Jays, Duck, Dragon, Canaries and Matching Mole.  We had a Wheelbarrow and a US radio star asking what a girl is.  The resuscitated Aztec Music provided some rare live Normie Rowe, while John Laws just wanted us to be kind to each other.  We said goodbye to Col Joye's Joy Boys drummer John Bogie, and heard some latter-day Ray Hoff, from only the second (and final) album of his long career.  Nigerian prog and Malaysian punk.  A Nazi-era German propaganda swing band and the whimsy of George Formby.  Brand new Bob Dylan.  Dare you to name another show besides Obscured By... (this week hosted by Michael Hunter) that would provide such a musical smorgasbord.  Can't, can you...?

Grade Wicker - Prettiest Baby  (7”single 1959 Aust)
John Laws with The New Notes and The Band-Its - Be Kind To Each Other   (7”single, B-side to Someone New 1959 Aust)
Toni McCann & The Blue Jays If You Don't Come Back  (7”single, B-side to Saturday Date 1965 Aust)
The Wheelbarrow - Dame Zara   (7”single 1970 Aust)
Duck - Dog Breath  ('Laid' 1972  Aust) 
Dragon - Love's Not Enough  (7”single 1979 Aust)
John Bogie & Milan Troha - In A Persian Market  ('Drum Crazy' comp, 2000 Aust, recorded ?) 
Ray Hoff & His Combo - Thinkin' 'Bout Lightnin'  ('Loud, Dirty & Rocking' 2000 Aust)
Normie Rowe - Shakin' All Over / I (Who Have Nothing)  ('It Ain't Necessarily So, But It Is... Normie Rowe' released 1965, reissued 2012 Aust - these are bonus tracks recorded live at Festival Hall) 
Tirogo - Float  ('Float'  Nigeria 1977)
Selma & Sabina Agha - Dancing Queen  ('Selma & Sabina Agha Sing The Songs Of ABBA In Hindi'  India 1981)
Brayok - Muke Taik (Shit Head)  ('Give And Take: Malaysian Hardcore Punk Compilation 2012')
Charlie & His Orchestra - Submarines  (78, early to mid 1940s Germany)
George Formby - Swimmin' With The Wimmin'  (78, 1933, UK)
Ira Cook - What Is A Girl?   (7”single 1959 US)
Hartz Mountain Master Radio Canaries - Humoresque  ('Canary Training Record' EP, year unknown, US)
Faust - J'ai Mal Aux Dents ('The Faust Tapes' 1973 Germany)
Matching Mole - Marchides / Instant Pussy / Smoke Signal (John Peel Session 1972)  ('Matching Mole' 2CD, LP orig issued 1972, reissue with bonus tracks, 2012 UK)
Bob Dylan - Duquesne Whistle  ('Tempest' 2012 US)
Tenpole Tudor - Wunderbar  (7”single 1981 UK)
Desmond Dekker - Allamana  ('Compass Point' 1981 Jamaica / UK)
The Damned - Lovely Money (extended mix)  (prob 12" single 1982 UK)

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

This week the Cat & the Brat curated the annual RADIOTHON (extended) edition of Technicolour Dreaming and we would like to thank the many listeners and bands who have subscribed to this fine station, helping to keep 3D Radio (and us!) on-air to play music you won’t hear anywhere else in this city (and indeed few places elsewhere!) and to expose and promote local and Australian music to the wider world, whether it be the latest releases or almost-forgotten 60’s singles, and all stops in between. Apropos of this, we played new tracks from Melbourne’s Pony Face, Perth’s Tame Impala off-shoot Pond and the soon-to-be-released EP by the Dunes, 60’s singles by the Loved Ones, Chris Malcolm, the Purple Hearts and the final release by the Twilights, throwing in 80’s Adelaide icons Toyland and the Spikes, an early brillig album track and a couple of surf instrumentals by Slingshot Dragster and DieselWitch along the way. Casting our net wider, we also played tracks from new releases by Sleepy Suns, Ty Segall and Asteroid No 4, as well as a ‘promo-teaser’ from the Galileo 7, (featuring Medway legend Allan Crockford of the Prisoners, Thee Headcoats etc) from their debut LP, due for release in September on State Records – the cover is worth the price alone! (check it out at  ) Finally, after two and a half hours of music plus Radiothon messages and giveaways, we ended the show with a song from the brilliant Baterz, our currentArtiste of the Month”..... and don’t forget, it’s not too late to subscribe to 3D Radio (and go into the prize draw!) – just go to  for details!
..... and here is the full playlist:
the Small Faces – Here Comes the Nice     (7”single 1967 UK)
Chris Malcolm – Hurt, Love & Fire     (7”single b-side [to Trip on Life] 1968 Australia)
Go-Go Sapien – Celebrities Are Your Gods Now     (‘This Body Is Wrong For Us’ 2011 Melbourne, Aust.)
Pony Face – Alabama     (‘Hypnotised’ 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
the Dunes – Transition     (‘Between Midnight and Dawn’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Ride Into The Sun – Drown Your Soul     (‘Rats, Thieves & Liars’ 2011 Adelaide, Aust.)
Decoys – It’s All Mine     (‘It’s All Mine’ EP 2009 UK – taken from ‘Psychedelica 4’ compilation 2010 UK)
Mondo Phase Band – Equaliser     (demo 2011 Adelaide, Aust. – taken from ‘DepthCharge 11 : 3D Radio Compilation of Adelaide Bands 2012’)
Pond – Leisure Pony     (‘Beards, Wives, Denim’ 2012 Perth, Aust.)
Tame Impala – I Don’t Really Mind     (‘Innerspeaker’ 2011 Aust.)
Jay Walker & the Pedestrians – Purple, Black & Blue     (‘The Rise & Decline of the Sun’ EP 2010 Adelaide, Aust.)
the Purple Hearts – Early in the Morning     (7”single 1966 Aust.)
the Loved Ones – the Loved One     (7”single 1966 Aust.)
Brat Farrar – Punk Records     (‘Brat Farrar’ 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
the Gels – Ballroom Blitz [Sweet cover]     (‘Ballroom Blitz’ EP 2004 Adelaide, Aust.)
Ty Segall & White Fence – I am Not a Game     (‘Hair’ 2012 California, USA)
Sleepy Suns – Martyrs Mantra     (‘Spine Hits’ 2012 UK)
Luke Haines – Peter Hammill     (‘21st Century Man’ 2010 UK)
the Bee Gees – The Earnest of Being George     (‘Horizontal’ LP 1967 Australia/UK)
Dark Ocean Colors – Crashing the Sky     (‘Dark Ocean Colors’ 2011 USA)
the Galileo 7 – The Only One You’re Hurting (Is You)     (pre-release from ‘Staring at the Sound’ LP 2012 UK)
Asteroid No 4 – Hail to the Clear Figurine     (‘Hail to the Clear Figurine’ 2012 USA)
 Paul McCartney & Wings – Spirits of Ancient Egypt     (‘Venus and Mars’ LP 1975 UK)
 the Gothic Archies – This Abyss     (‘The Tragic Treasury : Songs from A Series of Unfortunate Events’ 2006 UK)
the Morning Light – Someday     (‘Otis’ 2012 Perth, Aust.)
Toyland – Glad To Be Australian      (‘Toyland’ 12” EP 1984 Adelaide, Aust.)
Jacques Dutronc – Hippie Hippie Hourrah     (‘Jacques Dutronc’ LP 1967 France)
Almost Numan – Me I Disconnect From You [Gary Numan cover]     (‘Almost Numan’ 2011 Adelaide, Aust.)
brillig – Pterodactyls     (‘Pterodactyls’ 2003 Adelaide, Aust.)
Barry Adamson – 007: a Fantasy Bond Theme     (‘Cinema is King’ EP 1992 UK – taken from ‘the Murky World of Barry Adamson’ anthology 1999) 
Davie Allan & the Arrows – Experiment in Terror [Henry Mancini cover]      (‘Shots in the Dark’ compilation 1996 USA)
DieselWitch – UFO Surf     (‘Surfadelica’ 2010 Adelaide, Aust.)
Slingshot Dragster – Stoli Chaser [Tremelo Beergut cover]      (demo 2008 Adelaide, Aust.)
the Spikes – She’s Melting     (7”single 1982 Adelaide, Aust.)
the Moodists – Frankie’s Negative     (‘Thirsty’s Calling’ LP 1984 Aust.)
Riders of the MarkThe Electronic Insides and Metal Complexion that Make Up Herr Doktor Krieg      (7”single 1967 USA)
the Twilights – Tell Me Goodbye     (7”single 1968 Aust.)
Baterz – Zombie Girl     (‘Out of Hell’ 2000 Adelaide, Aust. – taken from ‘Baterz for Beginners’ anthology bonus CD with ‘Great Big Squiddy Fun’ tribute compilation 2009 Australia)    #
 #    “Artiste of the Month”

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Obscured By...

A special radiothon edition of Obscured By... with all three dots in fundraising mood.  Special guest from Melbourne via telephone was Nick from the Molting Vultures talking about life and music in his new home city - and the importance of bands supporting community radio.  We could only agree.  The playlist is as below, and shows the usual diversity of time, place and genre - and indeed therefore the importance of EVERYONE supporting Three D if at all possible, to keep the musical obscurity flowing!

Noeleen Batley - Running Around In Circles  (7”single 1966 Aust, B of Heartaches And Kisses)
Marty Rhone - She's Coming Home   (7”single 1968 Aust)
Heart'n'Soul -  Good Things Come To Those Who Wait   (7”single 1969 Aust, B of Lazy Life)
Dave Miller Set - Someone Is Sure To  (7”single 1969 Aust, B of Mr Guy Fawkes)
The Zoot - I'm Only Sleeping   (GTK 1971, released on 'The GTK Tapes Vol.1'  1994  Aust)

Velvet Underground - A Murder Mystery (alt mix)  (rec 1968, from 'What Goes On' box set 1993 Aust) 
Pink Floyd - Crumbling Land   ('Zabriskie Point'  soundtrack 1970  UK)
Patti Page - Tennessee Waltz   ('Zabriskie Point'  soundtrack 1970  UK)
Gabba - Knowing Me Knowing You  ('Gabba Leave Stockholm' 1999 UK)
Shin Joong Hyun - Beautiful Rivers And Mountains ('Beautiful Rivers And Mountains: The Psychedelic Rock Sound Of South Korea's Shin Joong Hyun 1958-74'  2011 Sth Korea)
Los Sacros -  En Primavera  ('Sacros'  1973 Brazil)
The Molting Vultures - Ken The Zombie Dancer  ('Get A Grip'  2007 Aust, Adelaide)
Johnny Casino & The Secrets - If You Want It ('New Clothes, Old Shoes' 2007 Aust)
The D-Coys - Bad Times  (7”single 1966 Aust, Adel)
The Blue Stars - Social End Product  (7”single 1966 NZ)
Death In June - Carousel  ('Nada Plus!' orig 1985, reissue 2011 UK/Aust)

Pony Face - Disco Cops  ('Hypnotised'  Aust 2012)
Silver Apples - Rust  ('Silver Apples' LP 1968 US) 
The Wildkat Tamers - The Wildcat Tamers  ('The Wildcat Tamers' EP 2012 UK)
Suzi Chunk & Groovy Uncle - Girl From The Neck Down   ('Girl From The Neck Down' LP 2012 UK)
Galileo 7 - Anne Hedonia  ('Staring At The Sound' LP 2012 UK)
The Bonniwells - Ms Anderson  ('Sneeze Weed' 2012 Aust)
Prince Rama - Rest In Peace  ('Trust Now' 2011 US)
Biggles - Gimme Gimme Some Lovin' (7”single 1971 UK)

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

As we gear up here for next week’s 3D Radiothon 2012, we felt we should up the local and Australian quotient in preparation, which was easy since there were so many new releases fitting that bill which demanded to be played! There were new singles from King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard and the Demon Parade, EPs from a bunch of local acts including the Sunbirds, Steering By Stars and Sleeptalker, as well as albums from Wolfmother/redsunband offshoot Good Heavens and the Laurels. But it was not all new stuff... as always, we parted the mists of time and played lost gems by Lotus, the Psychedelic Furs and Echo & the Bunnymen, plus a track by the Popinjays from their 1992 ‘coversEP,and one from Canada’s High Dials, taken from Psychedelica 4, the most recent of Northern Star Records excellent compilation series before finishing with our currentArtiste of the Month”, the late great Baterz.....
... so here is the full playlist from your curators, the Cat & the Brat...
the Sand Pebbles – Altered Images      (‘Atlantis Regrets Nothing’ 2006 Melbourne, Australia)
the Flower Machine – LA in the Rain     (‘Lavender Lane’ 2010 USA)
the Sunbirds – I Shook     (‘Emergency Christmas’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Australia)
Steering by Stars – Shallow Breath     (‘Ties That Bind’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Swimming – Like Minds Colliding     (‘Swimming’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Lotus – Lotus 1     (7”single 1971 Australia)
the Selfish Cales – Psychedelic Eyes     (‘the Selfish Cales 11’ EP 2012 Italy)
the Demon Parade – She’s Gonna Be a Star     (7”single 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
Marlow – Always there     (CDsingle pre-release 2012 Aust.)
the Jessica Fletchers – Bloody 70’s Love     (7”single 2004 USA)
Sures – The Sun     (‘Stars’ EP 2012 Sydney, Aust.)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Elbow     (CDsingle 2012 Melbourne, Aust.)
the Headset – Action Man     (‘Antipodean Screams - Vol. 1’ compilation 2003 Aust.)
the Laurels – This City is Coming Down     (‘Plains’ 2012 Aust.)
Good Heavens – Are You Sick?      (‘Strange Dreams’ 2012 Aust.)
Sleeptalker – Wolves     (‘Sleeptalker’ cdEP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Napoleon XIV – They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!     (7”single 1966 USA)
the Popinjays – Rain [Beatles cover]     (‘I’m a Believer’ cdEP 1992 UK)
Echo & the Bunnymen – People are Strange [Doors cover]      (12”single 1987 UK)    
the Teardrop Explodes – Strange House in the Snow      (‘Kirimanjalo’ mini-LP 1980 Japan-only release/UK)
the Psychedelic Furs – Imitation of Christ     (‘the Psychedelic Furs’ LP 1980 UK)
the High Dials – Space Hobo     (‘Moon Country’ 2008 Montreal, Canada  – taken from ‘Psychedelica 4’ compilation 2010 UK)
the See See – Keep Your Head     (7”single 2009 UK)
Baterz – Spider Mother     (‘Out of Hell’ 2000 Adelaide, Aust.)    #
     #  “Artiste of the Month”

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Obscured By...

Burt Ward (60s TV's Robin) sang a song about himself, written by Frank Zappa.  A creative soundscape based on crank phone calls was provided by Brendon Locher.  Mexican bands performed covers of well known hits in their own language.  Penetration covered Patti Smith while Tin Huey did a Monkees song.  The last line-up of Esperanto creatively arranged Eleanor Rigby, and The "A" Sound had a very young Doug Parkinson's first appearance on record.  Mother Goose were just odd. Psychedelia abounded.  Need we say more - it was another Obscured By... with Cat and Brat and Michael Hunter.   Incident report as follows...

The Kinetics - Excuses  (7”single 1966 Aust)
The "A" Sound - Talk About That  (7”single 1966 Aust)
Autumn - Just Couldn't Believe It   (7”single 1972 Aust, also on CD reissue of 'Comes...Autumn')

Mother Goose - See If I Care  (‘Stuffed' 1977 NZ)

Jim Keays - Time Has Come Today  ('Dirty Dirty' 2011 Aust)
Burt Ward - Boy Wonder I Love You  (7”single 1966 US)

The Stained Glass - My Buddy Sin  (7”single 1966 US)
The Other Side - Streetcar  (7”single 1966 US, B of Walking Down The Road)
Teddy & His Patches - Suzy Creamcheese  (7”single 1967 US)
Esperanto - Eleanor Rigby  ('Last Tango'  1975 Aust)
The Wallace Collection - Daydream   ('Laughing Cavalier'  1969  Belgium)

Dickens  Ain't Got... And That's Better  ('Royal Incarnation' 1969 France)
The Cowsills  Mister Flynn  (7”single 1968 US, B of In Need Of A Friend)
Brandon Locher  Conversations, 2012  (mp3 2012 US
Kaleidoscope  Mr Small, The Watch Repairer Man ('Tangerine Dream' 1967 UK)  
Singapore Sling - Godman  ('Perversity, Desperation and Death' 2008 Iceland)

The Dolly Rocker Movement - Mystery Man  (7”single 2009 Aust, B of Our Brave New World)
The Medicine - Send The Rain  (provenance unclear, from 'Psychedelica 4' comp 2011 UK)
Los Locos Del Ritmo - Hey Joe  ('Negro es Negro" EP 1967  Mexico)
Hermanos Carrion - Todo A Su Tiempo (Turn Turn Turn)  (7”single c 1965 Mexico)
Los Apson - Ya No Hay Beatles   (prob 7"single 196?  Mexico)

The Pretty Things - Talkin' About The Good Times   ('The Psychedelic Years 1966-70 2001 UK)

Noel Deschamps - Curieux Docteur (I'm Your Witchdoctor)   ('Ah, Si J'avais Pense' EP 1966 France)
Tin Huey - I'm A Believer  ('Contents Dislodged During Shipment' 1979 US)
Penetration - Free Money  ('Moving Targets' 1978 UK)
Roy Hamilton - Let The Music Play  (rec 1966, unreleased until 'Dark End Of The Street' compilation 2009 US)

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Technicolour Dreaming

Sometimes there are highlights on Technicolour Dreaming that are selected for any number of reasons. Take, for instance, the Merry-Go-Round“Listen, Listen” is a great slice of pop-perfection, but take a look at those groovy clothes!! (our clip shows their ill-fated appearance on “the Dating Game” in 1967).  New London outfit Weird Dreams made the grade due to their sheer delicious musical wooziness, and seeing as it had been stuck in our heads all week, we just had to play the catchy trackLucifer” by the Salt (in reality a studio-only band headed by Joey Levine, who also made Chewy, Chewy and Yummy, Yummy, Yummy!) Other picks included a Kim Fowley classic, co-written with Michael Lloyd of the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band (who coincidentally also played with the late Darryl Cotton, as featured in last week’s tribute), and cool cover versions by the Barbarellatones and the Church (of Jan and Dean, and Hawkwind, respectively). The Adelaide artists featured this week included local legends the Dagoes and Lizard Train and, of course, the late great Baterz, our current “Artiste of the Month,” who concluded the set.

And here is the playlist…

Lizard Train – Explosion in a Room     (‘Thirteen Hour Daydream’ EP 1986 Adelaide, Australia)
the Black Angels – Manipulation     (‘Passover’ 2006 Texas, USA)
the Knickerbockers – Lies     (7”single 1965 USA)
Penetration – Don’t Dictate     (7”single 1977 UK)
the Merry-Go-Round – Listen, Listen     (7”single 1967 USA)
the Green Circles – Brown House in Stepney     (‘Brass knobs, bevelled edges [and in 23 different positions]’ 2003 Adelaide, Aust.)
Jefferson Airplane – We Can Be Together     (‘Volunteers’ LP 1969 USA)
Marc Bolan & T.Rex – Teenage Dream     (‘Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow – A Creamed Cage in August ‘ LP 1974 UK)
Scott Walker – The Old Man’s Back Again [dedicated to the neo-Stalinist regime]     (‘Scott 4’ LP 1970 UK)
the Church – Silver Machine [Hawkwind cover]     (‘Box of Birds’ 1999 Aust.)
the Dagoes – Little Blackie     (7”single b-side [to We Sell Soul] 1980 Adelaide, Aust. – taken from ‘Supreme’ anthology)
the Readymades – Big Shoe Shuffle     (‘Handmade’ EP 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Suzi Chunk – Tripwire     (7”single b-side [to Look Back and Laugh] 2012 UK)
the Barbarellatones – Dead Man’s Curve [Jan & Dean cover]     (‘Confessions of a Teenage Prostitute’ 2011 USA)
Tea – Birthday Boy     (pre-release/demo 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
?  and the Mysterians – 96 Tears     (7”single 1966 Michigan, USA)
Kim Fowley – Strangers from the Sky     (7”single 1967 California, USA)
the Salt – Lucifer     (7”single 1968 USA)
City Riots – Wait For You     (‘Sea of Bright Lights’ 2012 Adelaide, Aust.)
Weird Dreams – Vague Hotel     (‘Choreography’ 2012 London, UK)
Baterz – Darling     (‘Out of Hell’ 2000 Adelaide, Aust.)     #
      #   “Artiste of the Month”