Reviews For PCP, playing weird and wonderful music since January 2006

Pete Cogle has been described with uncanny accuracy (at least for this year) as a 16 year old music freak trapped in a 45 year old's body. Fuelled by a potentially explosive mixture of Adnam's bitter and curry, Pete introduces an incredibly diverse range of music from Rock to Bangra, stopping off on the way for the occasional dose of New Psychedelia or Cornish Bagpipes. All of this from a vilage in Sussex which was, it's rumoured, one of the inspirations behind Royston Vasey. His relaxed and freindly commentry along with cunningly placed mistakes and fumbles (which are so meticulously well done that they almost lull you into beleiving that he really has lost quite a lot of his marbles as well as his barnet) are reminiscent of a much missed British radio icon, and make you feel as if he's simply chatting to his friends which, in this case, he is (even if he says I'm Phat). So I'm biased - but these days, who isnt? So, pour a glass of your favorite beverage, pull up an onion bhaji, relax and do your ears a big favour, have a listen. You'll never leave...