Podcast number 72

Trust The Wizards to play some Adam John Miller: ‘Rodin’ @ 29:40 and subsequent chat about Terence McKenna’s stoned ape theory. Keep it Real.


A surprisingly happy wizard does his best to cheer up the rest of the team in their first proper show of the year.


Things really get rolling with a quite literally colourful quiz, detailed reviews of new albums from both Smug Brothers and Eugene Twist, and there’s even time for an exclusive new track from Schizo Fun Addict, oh, and another of Chorizo Garbanzo’s hazily recalled tales to catch up on some sleep through.

To listen and download just click here or do the soundcloud thing down there.

Some of the physicality we played in this show:

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OUT NOW ON Cath ‘n’ Dad Records: “Songs in Ab” the brand new record by Adam John Miller.
Download for free or Pay What You Like and Every Penny will go to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.


To paraphrase Aiester Crowley, the Surrey Mystic, “Here is Adam John Miller’s new record”
or, to put it another way; “give me 11 Adam John Millers and Ill give you the World Cup.”
Crack, crack, crack.
A record is not an egg.
I’ll tell you a story;
When we were knee high to our respective grass hoppers I was Adam and Adam was Ray.
Get this;
Adam cracked the egg…
But I digress.
the wind is on fire and your ears have begun to bleed.
Walt Disney is crying from where he is.
The denouement;
The only balm is out of reach.
Enjoy the fire.

John Perry 2014


Rapallo’d is the new solo album by Adam John Miller.
Recorded at Queenstown Heights, London at the end of 2013 out now on Cath ‘n’ Dad Records.

Download for Free, or, Pay What You Want and ALL THE MONEY will go to: Motor Neurone Disease Association:

All words and music written, performed and produced by Adam John Miller
with Lisa Bouvier (backing vocals) and Matt Bouvier (guitar solo on ‘Blue Honey’).

Rapallo’d Lyrics

*** The album has been put together as two continuous sides of music (A + B) ie the songs merge together until a brief interlude about half way through, as if, like in the good old days, you could put a piece of vinyl on your record player.  As such I would urge you, the listener, to download the album and listen to it as is intended rather than play the tracks off Bandcamp.  Burn it to a CD and play it on your CD player, or plug your laptop or desktop into your hifi, or put it on your iPod and go for a walk, or play it in iTunes or some such device through your laptop speakers.  And imagine that it exists as a physical item.  Love AJM ***