Time to listen to some of the lovely music we’ve made for you

The new one / Licensed Premises Lifestyle

It’s about the pub in your mind, a beautiful place full of wonderful things. Actually it’s just about the pub and the people that drink there, what they drink and how. Sort of. To be honest, you’ll just have to buy it with your pennies that you’ve saved by not eating chocolate for a month. It features lots of our favorite musicians as well, all of whom played so well that we cried a little bit.

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  1. Wonder Bar
  2. Sambuca Chaser
  3. How About That Smoking Ban?
  4. Rhyming Man
  5. Robot’s Return (Modern Sleepover Pt. 2)
  6. The Out of Work Clown
  7. Sandra’s Song
  8. Jukebox
  9. Closing Time, Pt. 1
  10. Closing Time, Pt. 2
  11. Dancing, Shouting, Laughing, Pointing

Reviews

‘Remarkably slick musicianship… elegant songcraft, 4 Stars’ Uncut Magazine.

‘Great saxophone… Like the 1970s, but smells better’ The Guardian.

The first one / Sit Down Think

You can still get the first album “Sit Down Think” which is just ourselves playing everything. It took YEARS to make but we loved every minute of it. We think that comes across. Sometimes we do gigs. They’re great fun and everyone thinks we should do more. So do we but we’re a bit rubbish at organizing things. Thanks for reading and listening, it means a lot. And remember, it’s nice to be nice…

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  1. The 1970s
  2. Father Tomato
  3. Bobby Fame
  4. Modern Sleep Over
  5. All At Sea
  6. Please, Please, Please Me
  7. Niteklub
  8. Garden of Dance
  9. Cheese Dreams
  10. Kings of the Road
  11. Memory
  12. Dad’s Tired

Reviews

‘Amazing’ Janice Long (BBC Radio 2)

‘Fantastic!’ Phill Jupitus (BBC 6Music)

‘Highly original’ Sean Rowley (BBC London)

‘Talc are the bastard offspring of the Bonzo Dog Doodah Band and Steely Dan caught in a love clinch at the Oasis swimming baths with Joan Collins circa 1975. They put a smile on the face of funk’ Bill Brewster (Ministry of Sound FM)

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