As Sylvie continues to battle the longest winter in living memory, up and down past Handcross laden with Martin Fish and the producer, we return once more to the band's adventures in the Fatherland. There's inevitably more fun with bodily fluids, as well as a stoned Fish Bros transformation into Nutella Kiss, with full-on jazz beards and marker-pen tattoos. What became of Captain Sensible's guitar at Berlin airport? Did Martin win a post-festival vodka-drinking competition with a Russian band? And what sort of song would The Fish Brothers write about the streets of Hamburg? All is revealed…
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13 May 2013
9 April 2013
After slogging up and down the M23 throughout the longest winter in living memory, we release this barrel of filth as the first of two new podcasts recorded on wet winter drives. Martin recollects the origins of the Fish Brothers, from vodka-fuelled performers at the Zap Club's Tuesday night talent show to a Sunday night institution at The Eagle. Moving further downstream we visit the BBC and ITV, where Martin and his bachelor boys form the Kaptain Kunt Klub to compete for the inaugural Kunt of the Year awards. The Kaptain leads his crew to Stonehenge and Bonfire Night at Lewes, where the locals hurl rockets as well as insults. For this episode's musical finale, Martin delves into the archives to present the early psychedelic classic from Salad From Atlantis, Something in my Cyder.
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