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DAYTONER: Remote Connections

DAYTONER: Remote ConnectionsRating: ★★★★★ Given the adverse global social conditions (at least physically) while Daytoner were attempting to write their second studio LP it’s perhaps not surprising that the band named the new one Remote Connections. Nor, indeed – given that they’re a Cornish band – that they took the opportunity to celebrate Cornwall’s early role in global communications with an two-tone image

DAYTONER: Time (Vinyl 7″)

DAYTONER: Time (Vinyl 7Cornish outfit Daytoner return at the end of the month with a new 45 single Time b/w Keep It Moving. As you might be able to intuit from the track titles, the pandemic’s deleterious effect on live music has had a galvanising effect on the band who were keen to – er – keep things moving, having developed a finer appreciation of, well, time during successive lockdowns. Indeed

DAYTONER: Off The Hook

DAYTONER:  Off The HookRating: ★★★★★ It’s been a while since Sunburst Radio hasn’t it? You remember – the debut Daytoner full-length released back in 2012 when it was all about one man, his samples, the occasional original tune and the odd mate popping round to add vox or instrumentation? Since then, that man, Steve Cantrill – known to all and sundry as ‘Moss’ – has surrounded himself with a six-

DAYTONER: Best Of The Shedits Vol. 2 (2016)

Best Of The Shedits Vol. 2 DaytonerRating: ★★★★★ Uh-oh. Daytoner’s been busy in the shed again. And in amongst the stacks of old pot – er – I mean old pots – the odd dirty hoe and the page 3 ‘wallpaper’ he’s discovered another four glorious edits a.k.a. Best Of The Shedits Vol. 2. It’s the fertile environment you see. Watered with the whiskey that’s being kept out of the way of her indoors, he’s come up with a version of Apache so

DAYTONER: Best Of The Shedits Vol. 1 (2015)

Best Of Shedits DaytonerRating: ★★★★★ Ah the Great British shed: flimsy wood panel structure par excellence, haven of the henpecked man, repository of forsworn spirits/ fags/ porn, dirty forks and filthy hoes and long a metaphor for anything of substandard performance and inferior quality. But no longer. Marvel as Daytoner (an inspiration to us all) brings forth the contents of his shed which doubles as a