We got Dutch, we got German, we got French, we got Cascadian. This week on The Sweet and Sour Variety Hour we hear stuff that sounds industrial, experimental, instrumental, sentimental and all other manner of mentals. Like a potent little garlic clove, I’ve planted my favourite song from KMVP’s new recordOn The Cusp. If you get your grubby paws on a copy of this limited release, you are sure to garner hella cool points (which is the nourishment of every vinyl collector, let’s be honest).
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At the end of today’s Sweet and Sour, we hear an excerpt from Linda Gilkeson’s latest gardening e-mail about planting garlic and mulching. Otherwise it’s another mix-tape with sweater weather connotations.