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It's been tricky to access all the shows in one place but at last, following some nudges from Clive (and a good few others), here's a wish come true.

This micro-site is the easiest place to listen to the entire SnC archive, all 429 shows.

Explore the back catalogue of shows using the Episodes button (top right). 

Full shownotes are published on the Suffolk 'n' Cool main site.

Nov 22, 2012

A Suffolk’n’Cool week of great highs and lows so far - a brilliant afternoon of Canadian music in London on Monday. The new Suffolk’n’Cool site went up yesterday and today an innocent update to a theme brought it crashing down again - and it’s only Wednesday. 

Never mind. We’ve some really interesting music...

Nov 14, 2012

We’ve got a rather acoustic, unplugged kind of feel to a lot of the tracks this week. There’s a great mix of raw, passionate songs with some superbly executed musicianship from London, New York, LA, New South Wales, Manchester, Margate and Gardabær, Iceland.

There's a cracking track from Funke and The Two Tone...

Nov 8, 2012

Music from all corners of the everywhere this week with a diversity of tracks from locations as remote as Oregon, Sweden, The Yukon as well as the hotbeds of contemporary music making in Ontario, Brooklyn, Japan and southern France.

It never ceases to amaze me how much spectacularly individualistic music is being...

Oct 31, 2012

With music ranging from the deliciously quirky pop to the downright “interesting”, you’re almost certain to find some point this week where our respective musical tastes coincide. Probably. 

This week we’ve tracks from LA, London, Marseilles, Dublin, Regina and Winnipeg in Canada and the almost chewable...

Oct 24, 2012

As quirky a selection of music as you’re likely to get in your ear all week with tasty audio treats from The Bloody Angle, Little People, Choir of Young Believers, Orfanij, Lola Dutronic and firstly, You Bred Raptors? who are a New York City based band as familiar with playing on the subway as any more conventional...