An episode of two halves - the second being a Sombrero Fallout innovation: the mood medley. Just like 'Abbey Road' except with a green hat on the front, not a zebra crossing. For the tracklist, please divert here.
In our 21st episode, we take a scan through Sheffield's back pages. Sometimes overlooked in favour of Liverpool and Manchester to the west, nonetheless there's a wonderful array of diverse artists to explore. For a tracklist, divert here.
In our twentieth episode, we explore the ethereal with a trip through the genre of Dream Pop. Or Shoegazing, if you prefer. Either way, wonderful music to become lost inside. For a tracklist, please click here.
In our 19th episode, we celebrate female versions of tracks originally popularised by male singers. Neil Young ends up on the dance floor, Motown and The Beatles meet post-punk, while Public Enemy get the trip-hop filter, amongst many intriguing sonic adventures. For the blog and tracklist please divert here.
This episode puts the spotlight on the legacy of Mark E Smith and The Fall from American lo-fi bands through MES's British collaborations and influence, all the way up to date with tracks from Ought, Parquet Courts and Protomartyr. For a blog and tracklist, please deflect here.
Are these the ten best songs of 2017? No two people would ever agree. But on this occasion what Sombrero Fallout says goes, democracy be damned. A blog and tracklist will appear in a few days' time.
The Festive 20, Tracks 20-11. As curated by the team at Sombrero Fallout. The tracklist will appear in a few days, so as not to spoil the surprise.
In our 13th episode, we listen to the soundtrack of LA and Hollywood. Motel, money, murder, madness - but gentler tributes to Jimmy Dean, Steve McQueen and Martin Sheen as well. For a full tracklist, please go to the blog page.