Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do (2014)
Fine but repetitive debut album from new London-based indie pop outfit, Fkowers
Until You're Dead (2013)
Charming lo-fi 80's-influenced indie pop on second vinyl only single from East London trio, Flowers
Ben Howarth visits the home of Ian Button and chats about his Papernut Cambridge project.
Veteran bassist and multi-instrumentalist Herbie Flowers talks to Nick Dent-Robinson about his formmer band Blue MInk's controversial 1969 hit 'Melting Pot', which, despite promoting global harmony, has long been banned for being racially offensive.
With the release of a collection of 1960s Canterbury Scene band the Wilde Flowers and associates, founder member Robert Wyatt reflects on those early years, his subsequent musical career, collaborations and political commitment
Ben Howarth chats to Death In Vegas and Rotifer member Ian Button about his band Papernut Cambridge's second solo album, 'There's No Underground'
Mighty Lemon Drops
Anthony Strutt talks to Dave Newton, the guitarist with Wolverhampton 80's psychedelic post punk band and C86 act the Mighty Lemon Drops, about his band's history and their huge success in America
Garbage and The Flowers
Eyes Rind As If Beggars
Andrew Carver examines New Zealand noise duo the Garbage and The Flowers's 1997 debut album 'Eyes Rind As If Beggars', which has been re-released in a new double CD edition