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In this episode of the Ninja Tune Podcast, Luke Mark and Isaac Wood from the band Black Country New Road chat with Britt Walford, the drummer and founder of the influential band Slint. BC,NR and Slint are often compared to each other, so for the podcast we asked both groups to compile a list of records that they were listening to which either inspired their own musical output, that were important to them in some way or simply what they were listening to during the time of recording. Black Country, New Road’s debut LP ‘For the first time’ is out now on Ninja Tune and Slint’s ‘Spiderland’ turns 30 years old this month. Slint - Tweez: Big Black - Atomizer Saccharine Trust - Surviving You, Always Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime Killdozer - Burl Hüsker Dü - Zen Arcade Sonic Youth - Bad Moon Rising Slint - Spiderland: Neil Young - After the Goldrush Sonic Youth - Evol Urge Overkill - Jesus Urge Superstar AC/DC - Back in Black Madonna - Like a Prayer Iggy and The Stooges - The Stooges BC,NR: Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks The Wedding Present - Seamonsters Nirvana - Nevermind Texas Jerusalem Crossroads - Lift to Experience Arcade Fire - Funeral Taylor Swift - Fearless Oxbow - Thin Black Duke

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