This is The Monday Graveyard - an ambient and drone radio show from Scotland.
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It is here - the beginning of a new era for the Monday Graveyard. The first MG Focus is all about the Boards of Canada debut album Music Has the Right to Children.
I'd like to thank the Patrons - Steve, Jack and John, for their support before this show went online, and my wife who said it was the best thing I've ever done, and I might agree with her.
Sources: Boc Pages, Pitchfork, Bleep, Warp Records, and my own memory.
This is the 156th episode of the Monday Graveyard with Mark Shields, and is a special mix done for the Drowned in Sound Community and their Night Shift playlist series.
Want to listen to more? Here they are. https://community.drownedinsound.com/t/nightshift-dis-late-night-mixtape-thread/31029/109
Want to listen to mine without my voice? It's here.https://open.spotify.com/user/sheeldz/playlist/6MItypqcflg8WilGf3wklb?si=hk2LqJXrQiqAaYlTQGCVzw