Toronto songwriter Jackson Fishauf recently recorded his first album,’The Legitimate’ LP, 10 songs clocking in at 21 minutes, recorded over the course of three days at the Dream House Studio with members of Toronto rock band Cousin.
We paid his website a visit taking the time to listen and watch about 10-20 fascinating videos he’d posted, getting an idea of some of his influences that he’d listed such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Crazy Horse, The Velvet Underground, Pavement, Hank Williams, Bill Callahan, Dinosaur Jr, Talking Heads and Grandaddy.
The video he’s posted for ‘Mystery Books’ with the great crunch-filled guitar track compliments the actions of the somewhat mischievous little girl and the timeless filmic tradition of making a pursuing adult look ridiculous. The track is almost too short but definitely not linear, completely enveloping you in the multi-layered guitar goodness, which conjures up visions of Dinosaur Jr. hooks with vocals possibly somewhere between Mascis and Neil Young. Check out more pop wonderment at his social sites, and grab a copy of his album at the BandCamp link below.Download Mystery Books
1 I Plead Irony - Et Tu Brute
2 Autons - Words She Said
3 Madrus - Virus
4 Mikey and the Drags - Guts-Digital
5 Vipership - Thanks 4 keeping the wolfes off
6 John Torres - Depend on Me
7 Les Dion - Callin
8 Whitney Ross-Barris - I Want the Waiter (with the Water)
9 Mark Southeron - Body sweet
10 Scenery - Crashing Down
11 Space Weirdo - Arlecchina
12 woodrowgerber - What Made Us Great
13 Zep Hurme - Hollow Grove (ft. Josh Woodward)
14 Christie, Grace - A Strange Kind Of Beauty
15 Zemmy - Brittle Pieces
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Time for another Rathole Radio and this episode even featured an emotional live song. Along with the usual eclectic mix of independent music and random chatter. I hope you enjoy it.
00:00 – Single Bullet Theory – Keep It Tight – CC-BY-NC-ND Licensed
If you’re near Glasgow on June 11th this year head along to the podcrawl
41:55 – The TenGooz – Chatter (Life in The US under GW Bush) – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
You can read more about the Hillsborough disaster on Wikipedia
54:45 – Bored With Four – Powerless Together – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
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We’re back to something like normal this week as the sun returns to the northern hemisphere. We’ve new music from old favourites Matt Andersen and Sweet Soubrette a starter track from Gianna Lauren who comes justifiably recommended by Paper Beat Scissors some Cubalkanics and more.
We’re starting with a direct submission from Seattle singer/songwirter Nick Foster.
All You Are To Me – Nick Foster (Seattle, WA, USA)
Singer/songwriter from Seattle WA, crafts compelling folk/country songs that range dynamically from intimate acoustic to reckless blues and indie rock. On the heels of his independently released ‘The Glowing Heart’ and the video release for the single ‘Letters,’ he enjoyed a successful 2013 debut, marked by a steadily growing following, packed crowds and warm audience responses.
DOWNLOAD FULL ALBUM from Nick’s Bandcamp page (below) “The Glowing Heart” – Limited Time Pay What You Want / Please Share!!
4/19 @ Good Studio’s [Omak, WA] w/ Sarah Gerritsen.
Anchor Down - Gianna Lauren (Halifax, NS, Canada)
Originally haling from Ontario in Canada, Gianna Lauren is set to release her EP ‘On Personhood’ via Forward Music Group on 5th May 2014 and for a limited time only, the lead single ‘Anchor Down’ will be available as a free download via SoundCloud
The single ‘Anchor Down’ is a beautifully crafted slice of lush indie atmospheric rock, overlaid with softly percussive drums and serene guitars. Stylishly quirky Lauren makes dreamy songs, which nod gently to the likes of Anna Calvi, Suzanne Vega and Edie Brickell.
‘Anchor Down’ is a song about love and committing to a relationship. In Lauren’s own words:
“The lyric ‘what have you been saying, I wasn’t listening’ is a reference to a conversation I was having with my old-school Italian Nana about settling down, and I built the rest of the content around that”.
You can catch Gianna live throughout the UK on the following dates:
24th April: East London, UK – Gallery Cafe (Folklore at 93 East)
26th April: Sheffield, UK – The Rude Shipyard
27th April: Hackney Wick, London, UK – Green Door. Vittoria Wharf Studio
1st May: Liverpool, UK – Liverpool Sound City
2nd May: Bristol, UK – The Louisiana
6th May: Islington, London, UK – The Garage
7th May: London, UK – The Slaughtered Lamb
8-10th May: Brighton, UK – The Great Escape
Lost My Way – Matt Andersen (New Brunswick, Canada)
An old friend of the show, Matt Andersen has his 8th album called Weightless, produced by Los Lobos’ Steve Berlin. It’s out on True North records in the USA and, of course you can get it from iTunes.
If you heard the session Matt recoded here at The Barn, you’ll be aware of the progression his music has made, with a much more rocking, full sound. It certainly seems to be getting him noticed. He’s playing lots of prestigious venues with some big names. Well deserved success.
He’s on tour in Canada right now with US dates coming up in May. There was talk of him coming over to the UK this summer but, sadly, that looks rather less likely.
Check out the video of the song.
I Will – Daena Jay (LA, CA, USA)
Originally from South Africa, this young writer with an old soul, has been shaped by many home-cities around the world that captured her spirit and imagination, including London, Durban, Cape Town, Perth, and LA. Stories of life and love and loss have made their way to Daena who writes as a true outlet of creative expression.
Daena launched onto the Los Angeles singer-songwriter scene in 2010 after a chance encounter with producer/songwriter Bobby Hartry. That meeting eventually led to a collaboration resulting in their Emmy-nominated song ‘Home Again’.
Her latest project: SUBDIVISION, was released via CatBeach Music on March 18. SUBDIVISION takes on a more aggressive and bold sound with a beat-based musicality and rhythmic vocal melodies. Lyrically, SUBDIVSION has fewer introspective and melancholy moments while capturing more visceral and primal expressions.
Cumbia Orientale – Jaro Milko & The Cubalkanics (Basel, Switzerland)
We heard from Jaro Milko a few weeks ago (show 403) but the album was released last week so the is the perfect opportunity to play another track.
The Cubalkanics first took shape in 2010, but the genesis for the project began long before that. Milko, who was born in Switzerland after his parents moved from Czechoslovakia, had played Balkan music for many years, then began mining the Gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt as a member of Prekmurski Kavbojci. The Cuban influence arrived after Milko visited the country with his girlfriend.
“There was so much familiar stuff. Furniture and glasses that were the same as my parents had in the 1970s. It was familiar and weird at the same time.” He began an ongoing affair with Cuban music, especially the guitar and tres. The final strand fell into place in 2008, not long after Milko became a member of Firewater, the band formed by ex-CopShootCop singer & bassist Tod A.
“We were touring in the US and someone gave us a cumbia compilation. We all feel in love with it and played it all the time on the road.” But it resonated deep for Milko and the seeds were planted for his new sound.
There’s a point where the rhythm of the cumbia, the sound of Cuba and Balkan music all come together. And it’s right in the heart of the Jaro Milko and the Cubalkanics. It’s a place without borders, wild and wonderful; it’s Milko’s creation, where surf guitar, Cuban son and the powerful hit of Gypsy brass dance side by side. The five-piece Swiss band fuse his vision into a unique, delicious whole on their debut Cigarros Explosivos! (released March 28th, 2014 on Ashpalt Tango).
Terra Incognita – Auquid (Kiev, Ukraine)
Auquid is an electronic musical project by singer-songwriter Stanislav Zabielin (born 1992) formed in 2013 in Kiev, Ukraine. Zabielin started out making electronic music in 2010. After creating several EPs and LPs under the name of O.Z.O.N., he decided finish the project in order to create a different quality of music. And that’s when Auquid started in April 2013 as a studio project.
The album is a mix of, house, dub-step, dance, electronic and classical. It was the classical aspect that drew my ear to the track. I was driving the other night and in flicking the car radio around between stations I came across a programme of choral music, which I’ve not really listened to for a long time. Then this popped up on the horizon.
Live Wire (Reduxe Remix) – Sweet Soubrette (Brooklyn, NYC)
You’ll possibly remember that on SnC 406 we heard about the remix contest that Sweet Soubrette has been running, providing the stems of tracks from her most recent release. Well, the results are in and they make interesting listening. There’s a huge variety of styles on show, even among the contest winners. You can hear all the winners on Soundcloud, including this track which is the Reduxe Remix of Live Wire. I hope we’ll have more music from London-based Reduxe in the coming weeks.
Update: Ah. How sweet is Soubrette? Just about to publish the show and I got a tweet from hoping I’m “on the mend”. Yes, well on the way now Ellia – thank you.
MR KITO is the musical solo project of Eric Michot, a French multi-instrumentalist and producer living in Cape Town. He has just released his latest EP “Where Are The Lizards?” on Russian Winter Records.
While Claire was away, I got the door a’swinging with guests! Nate Quiroga of Seattle’s Iska Dhaaf stops by and another Seattle artist who’s been at it for a long time, Daniel G. Harmann chats about his long and varied career. You’ll also be serenaded by new music from Nick Tann, Kye Alfred Hillig, The Undivided and plenty more.
Nate Quiroga of Seattle’s Iska Dhaaf stops by to talk about how their project came together, how they found their record label Brick Lane Records, and how they spent the last five years writing their debut album, Even the Sun Will Burn .
Daniel G. Harmann, our second guest, spoke about his journey through the last ten years of his music career, now returning to the solo spotlight with his most recent string of self-produced double-A sides, one of which we’ll hear today and they’re all available for free on his Bandcamp page.The Playlist Title Album Artist Bad, Bad Man Travis Bowlin Travis Bowlin All You Are To Me The Glowing Heart Nick Foster Like God Real Snow Kye Alfred Hillig Dependency Even the Sun Will Burn (PREVIEW) Iska Dhaaf Patient Heart Write Me A Novel Sean Flinn and The Royal We Muscles Soundcloud single James Dean Kindle Never Did Me Harm 3AM Nick Tann When The Lights Go Out This New Day The Undivided Interview with Nate Quiroga of Iska Dhaaf Iska Dhaaf Everybody Knows Even the Sun Will Burn Iska Dhaaf Disaster Friends Of The Year Pageantry The Wolf, The Vine Over The Water The Breaking Yard Drai Zich Back To The Ache The Heligoats Interview with Daniel G. Harmann Daniel G. Harmann It’s Fine, It’s Fine The Westroy Sessions Volume 2 Daniel G. Harmann This is How Your Hell Will Sound The Westroy Sessions Volume 2 Daniel G. Harmann Be There For You Bobbie Morrone Trio Bobbie Morrone Trio
See you next week with more interviews – Claire will be away next week too!
Channeling the Beastie Boy’s silly irreverence and party-rockin’ spirit, Atlanta Georgia’s BABY BABY blend pop/punk songwriting with a hip-hop swagger and an emphasis on the live experience, which is something akin to the party scene in a teen movie, only everyone there can drink, and the party’s actually fun.
Baby Baby convened in the summer of 2009, when singer/guitarist Fontez Brooks and drummer Grant Wallace shook off the sleepiness of the suburbs and set out to bring a new element to the Atlanta scene. Packed with unfriendly, broody artists, hostile hardcore kids and the strip-club rap scene on the creepy fringes, The A simply needed some fun rock. And that’s what Baby Baby — which has since expanded to include percussionist Colin Boddy, bassist Kyle Dobbs and Ryan Burruss on keys — delivers on their sophomore album, Big Boy Baller Club, the follow-up to 2011′s Money, released on the Gospel of Rhythm Recordings.
Baby Baby are described as a big, inclusive tent. There’s room under it for friends, foes, Nickleback fans, even haters; we all need someone to keep us in check, don’t we? All they ask is that you come ready to dance and make some new friends on the floor. They’ll take care of the rest.
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Gig Preview: Strangefruit, The Undivided, Stella and the Shakes and Ethan Ash at the Discovery 2 & IMC Easter Extravaganza
Discovery 2 has again teamed up with IMC (International Music Community) to present some of the UK’s hottest emerging bands and singers at the AAA in Kensington on Thursday, April 17th. Strangefruit bring their haunting cinematic anthems, blistering Welsh rock band The Undivided have just released their new album, This New Day, the cheeky and talented starlet-fronted Stella and the Shakes return with a new band name and singer/songwriter Ethan Ash has been garnering mainstream attention with his mesmeric and intimate vocal-style. You’ll also hear DJs TwentyOne & AKW playing till late.The Skinny
- Date: Thursday 17th April, 2014
- Time: 8pm – 2am
- Place: AAA (under Archangel) 11 – 13 Kensington High Street, London W8 5NP
- Tube: Kensington High Street Tube
- Join and share the Facebook Event
- Tickets: £5 tickets in advance, £7 on the door
- Supported charity: The Heaton Ellis Trust
- Hashtag: #EasterExtra
Featuring the collective talents of the charismatic Jenny Maxwell [vocals/piano], the Perrett brothers (Jamie Perrett [guitar/vocals] and Peter Perrett Jnr [bass]) and Jake Woodward [drums], Strangefruit has garnered a burgeoning reputation as a captivating live band. Their original and powerful musicianship has been mesmerising audiences at UK clubs and festivals including Secret Garden Party, Solfest, Blissfields and The Wilderness Festival. They’ve also already played with the likes of Florence and The Machine and Dizzee Rascal.
“Beautiful indie rock with a darker edge…File this one under psyche/folk/ambient and oh so great.” – Tom Haugen – Inforty
“Stunning debut brimming with cinematic, diverse and haunting tracks that are akin to a mini movie soundtrack.” – 55Factory.netTHE UNDIVIDED (Cardiff)
The Undivided have been making waves across the South Wales music scene and beyond with their anthemic brand of indie rock. Hailing from the South Wales valleys, they have gained a reputation as a blistering live act, delivering passionate performances that have swelled the ranks of their growing and dedicated fanbase. The band have supported Ash and The Xcerts and have had songs from their new LP, “This New Day” played on Radio 1. Top band!
“The Undivided have a knack for writing anthemic songs as big as the mountains that overshadow their hometown of Abergavenny” – Kerrang Magazine
“Wingman guitarist Bray does a fine line in stadium trashing intros, and numbers like ‘Open Your Eyes’ and ‘Panic’ are immediately mesmerising. Singer Joe comes alive on these numbers too, as if he knows Bray’s scorching intros, a collision of U2, early Simple Minds, and SLF, are something to follow and indeed match.” – AP Childs – Artrocker.TVSTELLA AND THE SHAKES (London)
Stella and the Shakes draw on blues, jazz, soul, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll influences to create a unique and eclectic concoction of sonic brilliance. The band are the current “Mayor’s GIGS Big Busk” champions. Over the past year, they have been working with composer/producer Guy Jackson on their sophomore EP, “Shake It Up”. With an upbeat rock ‘n’ roll track penned in as the leading single, their bright and audacious musical journey continues at a pace.
“We expect big things for this young starlet!” – Becca Wren – Project Manager, SBTV
“Stella instantly reminded me of Baby from Dirty Dancing – delicate, smooth, cheeky and talented. Her initially shy stage presence completely vanishes when she starts to sing and her live show is gracious, ﬂawless and entertaining.” – Sian Anderson – SighTrackedETHAN ASH (Cambridge)
Singer songwriter Ethan Ash began studying music and playing guitar when he was 6 years old and played his first solo show at the tender age of 12. Fast forward in time and Ethan has gone on to support a number of high-profile artists including Ed Sheeran, Passenger, Foy Vance and Seth Lakeman. Ethan has also played at a number of prestigious UK festivals including Bestival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Wilderness, Latitude and The Secret Garden Party.
“Great artist, great EP, great track… just great” – Tom Simkins – BBC Introducing
“More than anything else it’s the range Ash has that proves why it’s only a matter of time until he smashes through his glass ceiling into mainstream attention.” – 7 Bit Arcade
THE SHE’S just released their first new single in over 3 years called My Secret to Keep. It’s the first track off of their upcoming EP Dreamers.
“The She’s are an all girl soft-garage-rock band from San Francisco, Ca. All four members met in high-school, and at age 15 they began practicing together in their parents’ basements. Their debut LP “Then it Starts to Feel Like Summer” was released in 2011 when the girls were finishing up their sophomore year. Now with high school behind them, the She’s plan to tour the US this summer and fall.” [bio]
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In 2011, King of Prussia songwriter, singer and guitarist Brandon Hanick returned from Barcelona to American shores a new man, having written the 20 songs that would become King of Prussia’s first double album, Zonian Girls…And The Echoes That Surround Us All.
A “concept album” wasn’t the goal at the start. It just so happened that half of the songs represent the lighter side of the human psyche (love, joy, and ‘whitewashed afternoons’), while the other half represent, well…the other half (the loss of love, woe, and ‘the dark side of town’). Each ‘light’ song on Zonian Girls has a darker counterpart on The Echoes that Surround Us All, and the two ‘cousin’ songs are bound together by related melodies, musical arrangements, lyrical themes or a combination thereof.
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Drawing inspiration from a range of influences including the Pixies, My Bloody Valentine, Modest Mouse, and the Cure, NY-based – What Moon Things blends distorted guitar hooks, somber synthesizers, and the rubbed-raw vocals of Jake Harms and John Morisi to jolt listeners wide awake with stinging dreamo (shoegazey, dreamy, and a little bit emo…) sound.
The band began recording together in the early summer of 2013, and within a few frenetic months had completed their eponymous debut LP. What Moon Things is managed by Left Brain Artist Management (founded by Deerhunter and Drive-by Truckers producer David Barbe, also member of Sugar) in Athens, GA. The band is set for a June 3rd issue on 12” vinyl and CD as the inaugural release on the Athens label Hot Grits Records.
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"Shred The Track [produced for passion2moves's Shred The Deck]" - without.directive; Geeknotes: See Tegan and Sara Backstage, Beau Barry Jazz Quartet, YOU'RE GOING TO DIE: Poetry, Prose & Everything Goes...; Open Mic Stage: "New Beginning" - Dubarray, "My Friend" - James Elvidge, "Bana Her Yol Paris Hilton (Paris Hilton to me Every Way)" - Sehabe, "Endless Reel (live)" - Geodesik, "The Garden" - the silk demise, "Summer Happy" - Elonious; Map Room: Scientists unlock the future of beer, Scientists discover mechanism that could regrow damaged nerves, New water desalination technology makes ocean water drinkable; Venue Verite: Not This Week...; Music Bed: "Morning Murmur" track from Coffivity.com
This week, new tracks from Artemis and Alice Russell are the bookends for an episode full of twists and turns. It might not fit together as nicely as some past episodes, but you’re sure to find something in here that catches your ear…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #282:
- Alice Russell, “Breakdown (feat. Darondo)” Buy from: iTunes
- Odesza, “Sun Models (feat. Madelyn Grant)” Buy from: iTunes
- Softwaver, “Quiet Please” Buy from: iTunes
- Singularis, “Dopamine Dream” Buy from: Bandcamp
- starRo, “Feeling For You” Free download from: Soundcloud
- Lazy Hammock, “Odyssey” Buy from: iTunes
- Evil Needle, “Rendez-Vous ft. Sivey (Joe Kay’s Slowed Edit)” Free download from: Soundcloud
- Insight, “Endless Summer (Fake Truth Remix)”
- Maleka, “You And The Sea (feat. Alessandro Grossi)” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Terracotta Blue, “I’d Do (feat. Emmy)” Free download from: Soundcloud
- Philip Aniskin and Alexsandra Mell, “Los Angeles Dream” Buy from: iTunes
- Artemis, “Eye 2 Eye” Buy from: Bandcamp
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The next (and last) single from their latest album Insurgents.
Check out Work Drugs on tour this April.
11April2014 – Boot and Saddle, Philadelphia, PA
12April2014 – Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY
16April2014 – Bug Jar, Rochester, NY
17April2014 – Rumba, Columbus, OH
18April2014 – Underground Lounge, Chicago, IL
19April2014 – The Basement, Nashville, TN
Another podcast, another series of technical cock-ups. This week on the podcast I thought I’d attempt to do a live show, however the new Internet at Edinburgh Man towers is of a lower quality than it used to be, so it was a non-advertised live show. I’m not even sure if it worked for the full 45 minutes, or if anyone listened this week. I really should figure out how I can find out that information. Anyway, no-one talked to me on the old twitter, which is probably just as well.
Music-wise it’s a great eclectic mix this time. Garage-Rock from Barcelona in the form of a new single from The Saurs on Mama Vynila Records, there’s the welcome return of chiptune to the podcast with the title track from Oregon’s astroskeleton’s fantastic “you are not alone”, and a wonderful new track from the new EP by Aberfeldy’s Star Wheel Press. Super.
1. The Saurs – “Came To You” (Played courtesy of The Saurs, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Freschard (with the Wave Pictures) – “Monsters” (Played courtesy of WIAIWYA)
3. tusk, her – “Old Jack” (Played courtesy of tusk her, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. astroskeleton – “you are not alone” (Played courtesy of astroskeleton)
5. Grave Pool – “Frost Pockets” (Played courtesy of Grave Pool, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. CRUISING – “You Made Me Do That” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
7. Star Wheel Press – “Multiple Personality Murder” (Played courtesy of Dull and Indifferent)
8. Dad Rocks! – “Peers” (Played courtesy of Dad Rocks!, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #162
- Polar: Vipers (UK)
- Die So Fluid: Comets (UK)
- Zaius: Exordium (Chicago, USA)
- Betrayed by Weakness: Institution (USA)
- Ayahuasca: Hopelessly Insame and On Fire (Canada)
- The Fury: In To The Dark (UK)
- Ghost of War: Falling into Eternity (Penssylvania, USA)
- Shokran: the New Battalions (Russia)
- Oceans Apart: Break The Cycle (Wales)
- The Liberty Underground: Pro Anti-War (Texas, USA)
- Exmortus: Warrior of the Night (Canada)
- Jupiter Zeus: I Am (Australia)
- Requiem for Oblivion: Tortured (USA)
- Only I: May Dance (Australia)
- Plini: Orm (Scotland)
- Exist Immortal: Legions (London, UK)
- Klogr: Zero Tolerance (Italy)
- Coldwar: Abandonment of Being (Candlelight Records, Ireland)
- Loath: Xeroxed (Inverse Records, Finland)
- Tricore: Xhibish (UK)
- Helmsplitter: Tyrants for Blood (Illinois, USA)
- Vredehammer: We Are The Sacrifice (Indie Recordings, Norway)
- Riot Club: Pearls before Swine (Finland)