On this episode of Crimes Against Pop there’s a track from the sophomore album from LUMP, the project of Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay along with some punk and post punk from Gustaf, Enola Gay and Amyl and The Sniffers. There’s also some Icelandic hip hop from Daughters of Reykjavik, a double bill of Welsh music from Melin Melyn and Swansea Sound (which features members of The Pooh Sticks and Heavenly) and Paul and Carolyn get all arty with Hamish Hawk. Also, discover why Paul failed his religious studies classes with the assistance of Creeper.


1. Gamma RayLUMP
2. Through Men’s EyesEnola Gay
3. How Does the Story Go?Sprints
4. Hot Milf Summer ft. StepmomDaughters of Reykjavík
5. Ghosts Over CalvaryCreeper
6. SecurityAmyl and The Sniffers
7. NakedTOKiMONSTA & Channel Tres
8. The Mauritian Badminton Double Champion, 1973Hamish Hawk
9. Dewin DwlMelin Melyn
10. Swansea SoundSwansea Sound
11. PulpLime Garden
12. JennaDylan John Thomas
13. Act UpTerry Presume
14. BookGustaf
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Crimes Against Pop – aka Paul Haswell and Carolyn Wright – have been DJing together since 2003, when they launched their eponymous monthly residency at the Buffalo Bar in London.

As well as hosting their own regular sold out nights in London, Haswell and Wright appeared regularly at Rob Da Bank's Bestival festival on the Isle of Wight, before moving to Hong Kong in 2010 and 2011, respectively. Since then, Crimes Against Pop have brought their eclectic mix of pop, hip-hop, r’n'b and electronica to major events such as Clockenflap and the Rugby Sevens, while earning a reputation for packing the dancefloor at bars and clubs across the city. They’re also known for getting Sunday mornings off to the perfect start with their Pop Fugitives radio show on RTHK3.

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