Ornithologist is the band’s latest single off their new EP, Sons & Daughters. “Brooklyn-based alternative rockers All Forces use their sonic artillery to blast you into the shoegaze stratosphere. Johnnie Wang Morlock (guitar, vox), Norman Vino (guitar, vox), Gizella Otterson (bass), and T Almy (drums, vox) have been brewing this new release since Winter 2012.” [via EI PR]
A Course of Action: 107 (USA)
Pyramids on Mars: Pyramids on Mars (Canada)
As We Whisper: Concealed (USA)
Goathanger: Under Bark of the Huntsman Breed (Australia)
Keitzer: The Last Defence (FDA Rekotz, Clawhammer)
Kaiju: Fever Dream (Kansas City, USA)
Byzanthian Neckbeard: Indoctrinate The Priestess (Guernsey)
Protokult: Summer’s Ode (Canada, Asher)
Eastern Front: Descent into Genocide (UK, Candlelight)
White Empress: Obsession with The Empress (UK), Pictured
Sons of Crom: Master of Shadows (Sweden)
Lizzard Wizzard: Reptile Dysfunction (Australia)
The Quarry: Worms (London, UK)
Kythera: Sleeper (USA, Knox Asylum Records)
Moab: Under All (USA, Scion Records)
Acting on Impulse: Methodical (USA)
Fenris: Blind Gods (Netherlands)
A Mouth of Matches: One by One (Manchester, UK)
Boy Jumps Ship: Call To Arms (Newcastle, UK)
A Higher Demise: All These Reasons (Bromley, UK)
Servers: King Things (South Yorkshire, UK)
The Stop the Car remix of Oxblood comes off of the late 2013 remix EP put out by Brighton, UK artist Ed Tullett. In this EP he re-imagines his single with five wholly different versions. This specific version definitely spoke the most to us…. so here it is. Check the BandCamp link below for the other four.
Also, a new music video has surfaced for Novo Amor & Ed Tullett’s song “Faux,” which just recently made its debut. The video was produced by Storm + Shelter and directed by Josh Bennett and we’ve embedded this effort further below.Download Oxblood (Stop the Car remix) HypeMachine
Its a while since we devoted the entire show to just one artist. It’s something that I really like us to do because it gives a chance to dig a bit deeper into the music and background of some hugely talented independent artists – the very people who have the depth to make such exploration so thoroughly worthwhile
Gianna Lauren (Halifax, NS, Canada)
Its a while since we devoted the entire show to just one artist. It’s something that I really like us to do because it gives a chance to dig a bit deeper into the music and background of some hugely talented independent artists – the very people who have the depth to make such exploration so thoroughly worthwhile.
This week we focus on Guianna Lauren whose almost wistful music was showcased at The Great Escape. It’s a while since we recorded our conversation, just before I went down with what I’m increasing convinced was Great Escape plague!
We found a corner of the green room at The Blind Tiger, one of my favourite Brighton venues and I started by asking Gianna how the practicalities of music works for independents in Canada.
Originally haling from Ontario in Canada, Gianna Lauren released her EP ‘On Personhood’ via Forward Music Group on 5th May 2014.
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, with real depth.
In this set you’ll have heard all six tracks from her excellent “On Personhood” album. If you’ve liked them even just a bit, please bear in mind that an mp3 podcast is fine to give you a flavour of the music but I’d seriously recommend shelling out the princely sum of just $5 to get the album in your choice of high quality format and listening to it full, glorious colour.
The very good news for UK listeners is that only four months after her first European tour, Gianna Lauren will be returning to England in September.
She’ll be playing four shows in England, including a performance at London’s Hoxton Square Bar opening for Sweden’s Jennie Abrahamson. Showcases at The Great Escape festival in Brighton back in May introduced Gianna’s music to English audiences through the UK release of her On Personhood EP. She is currently mixing a new full-length that will be available in 2015.
September 25 – Southampton, UK: The Art House
September 26 – London, UK: Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen // tickets
September 27 – Cardiff, UK: Four Bars
September 28 – Bristol, UK: The Canteen
This week’s show features a chat with blues guitar virtuoso Matt Schofield as well as plenty of lovely tunes including a few played on vinyl! Yep, we’ve got the technology for that now, too!
The Playlist Title Album Artist Breathe This New Day The Undivided What You Need You Of Clocks and Clouds Feels So Good Feels So Good (vinyl) The Record Company I Do It For You To the Bone Cynthia Brando Will You Sell Your Soul To The Devil? – LIVE Live in Chicago Natalie Gelman Diamonds and Stiletto Shoes Anna Gutmanis Nav 17 Single Black Thistles Phoebes Song Free Single Della Lupa Always Follow Your Heart Always Follow Your Heart** Mark Hole Painted Faces Painted Faces Jess McAllister Drinking In The Day The Bullet Within Birdeatsbaby Interview with Matt Schofield Red Dragon Far As I Can See Matt Schofield I’ve Been Life Landing on a Hundred (vinyl) Cody ChesnuTT What You See is What You Get Circular Doorway (vinyl) Lake Buzz In Your Hive The Hired Guns The Sales Brothers Lost Weekend Lost Weekend Sean Flinn & The Royal We
See you next week with more great music!
~JW and CR
From Toronto in Canada As the City Rumbles Underneath are Cat Forsley and Ashton Price. They hit the music scene in late 2012 with a unique blend of modern heavy beats and swirling, shoegaze like guitars and synths. Cat and Ashton started the project by releasing singles and videos throughout 2013, followed with an EP released early 2014.
The Tallest Tree is a new collaborative project by Dawn from Dundas, Ontario and Armando out of Mexico City. It was when Armando’s band The Oats was playing in Canada that the two met and fell in love, following which Dawn would head to visit in Mexico City and they would write a new song together each time she arrived.
They ended up getting married and have just now released their first single ‘Boat’ produced by Dan Weston up in Toronto where they are now based. In addition the duo has also put together a great video for this exceptional track that features guest vocals by Marra Koren, which we’ve embedded further below. Make sure to check out their Soundcloud page for a few more excellent tracks and several upcoming August tourdates at their website.Download Boat HypeMachine
The Belle Sounds out of Austin return with new EP Black Stone (Sept. 9), and have released their first single “The Siren” in which the band explores a collective and calming counterpoint to the chalkboard screeching noise of technology and the general overstimulation that seems to engulf us these days. [via Green Light Go]
The Belle Sounds is a project from Indie Singer/Songwriter Noëlle Hampton and her husband, André Moran.
All music has been provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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Hosted this week by Dave & Caroline Lee of The Bugcast
Hosted by Colin Gazeley from the Ourobouros Podcast
Daisy Victoria: Secret Garden Path East Anglia facebook.com/daisyvic
The zips: Expect The Worst London facebook.com/thezzips
Clockwork Radio: Fever Manchester clockworkradio.co.uk
We Came From Wolves: Stallions, Foals, Foxes, Crows Perth, Scotland wecamefromwolves.com
MiXE1: Talking In Our Sleep Hertfordshire mixe1.com
Empathy Test: Losing Touch London empathytestmusic.com[...]
Based in Los Angeles, The Controversy are an independent alt pop duo originally from Copenhagen and Barcelona. Their new album (their second release) Don’t Count On Me was released on June 25th.
Members Laura Vall (vocals and keys) and Thomas Hjorth (guitars and vocals) co-write and co-produce all the songs. When they play live they also count on Jesper Kristensen (drums) and Spencer Wright (bass).
The debut album from Toronto’s BLACK LADY SOUL is set to be released August 16th, 2014. Their first single, ‘The Fall’ is a well put together mixture of jazz, rock, and hip-hop with all styles intersecting quite excitingly throughout this fresh new effort.
The group describes this song as an experience of individuals rising from a chance-less suburbia to an unforgiving city; endeavoring to succeed in their ambitions. Their stories delve into the struggle of love, addiction, personal identity, and global issues. They’ve also finished up a video for the single, shot and edited by Alec McKay with Art Direction by Jp Spanbauer. Check it out further below.Download The Fall HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: We cover travel from a couple of different perspectives, and we play 8 cracking tracks of Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Other Noises – My Little World – from Siberia, Russia – source
- Not4Radio – Better Alone – from Nikolaev, Ukraine – source
- Modern Pitch – These Nights – from Fano, Italy – source
- Sunspot – Pretend – from Madison, USA – source
- Michael McEachern – New For Me – from Nashville, TN – source
- Fanton – We Are – from Mercogliano, Italy – source
- Kicklighter – After The Healing – from Tallahassee, FL – source
- Final Round – I.W.Mebs – from Beach Park, IL – source
Passports and Travel Arrangements
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The next live show will be episode 324, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 1 August 2014 from 21:30 (ish) UK time (UTC+1/BST).Special thanks go to
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
Internet Archive for hosting the podcast files
Ubuntu UK Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server
World Wide Indie Radio for relaying the live stream on their own service
Love Leeds Radio for replaying the show on their station
I’m aware that there’s been a TFL drought these past two months. The energy to produce a show has been lacking, and now I’m off on holiday for two weeks. Hopefully the break away will refresh the batteries & rekindle my desire to record. In the meantime, thanks for bearing with me. Enjoy your summer!
The Woodlands are Hannah and Samuel, a wife and husband indie pop duo with singer-songwriter underpinnings, who create lush and emotive songs. They’re originally from Idaho, now in San Luis Obispo, CA.
“Gems And Bones” is the newest single from their upcoming full-length album.
Music videos and full album will be coming up later this summer.
This weeks free music feature, and treat for your senses is ‘Phoebes Song’ by Della Lupa. This is an eerry, beautiful track that shows what her voice is capable of. Della Lupa and I had the great fortune of meeting at Discovery 2′s Summer Sizzler where we had a very sweet, short and awfully silly interview – podcast of said interview coming soon to The Justin Wayne Show! Such an interesting track – you enjoy it now.
Della Lupa is a Brighton based act created by Steph Brown whose native origins combine Italian and Vietnamese. This mixed heritage has driven Della Lupa’s unique sound, which encompasses Latino based tempos, Jazz melodies influenced by Asiatic scales and a lyrical Folk structure. Della Lupa’s debut EP, ‘Of The She Wolf’ was produced by Mercury nominated producer, Jag Jago (The Maccabees, Ghost of A Thousand, Cave Painting) and was released in June 2013. Following the release Della Lupa has played many of “London’s legendary music venues” including The Troubador and Ronnie Scott’s. Recently shortlisted as finalists in the Dawsons/Yamaha 2013 competition with Jools Holland, Della Lupa saw the New Year in on tour, playing some of Ireland’s most reputed venues. The Ireland tour kicked off an exciting year ahead, with the release of their first video working in collaboration with Dominic Knight (Eighties Matchbox B-‐Line Disaster, Bad For Lazarus), whose previous work has won the title of most viewed video on the NME website in 2012. Also on the cards are plans for a their first UK tour, confirmed dates abroad and a new single release.
So Edinburgh Man Junior is doing this thing at the moment where he won’t stay in his bed if he’s awake. As you can imagine this is playing havoc with the live podcasting schedule. The early evening routine basically involves me reading Julia Donaldson books in a whispery voice until he falls asleep. By which time my voice is wrecked and I need to fortify my throat with red bush tea and copious amounts of water before I can record a podcast.
Anyway, this is the result. Chat today includes the normal rambling nonsense about slow toddlers on bikes without pedals, riding on hot sweaty trams, and the acoustic properties of large railway stations.
Music-wise. Och it’s brilliant. Just listen.
1. Sorrows – “Don’t Bring Me Down” (Played courtesy of Sorrows, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Wet Wings – “Willow Peak” (Played courtesy of Wet Wings, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Tape Waves – “All I Can See” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
4. Minisnap – “In My Pocket” (Played courtesy of Minisnap, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Great Thunder – “Sorta Prima Donna” (Played courtesy of GREAT THUNDER)
6. Radiator Hospital – “Blue Gown” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Toby Goodshank – “Dick U Down” (Played courtesy of Toby Goodshank)
8. Tape Rec – “Death Friends” (Played courtesy of TransfusÃ£o Noise Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
9. Lowtide – “Still Time” (Played courtesy of Lowtide, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #175
Tricore: Xhibish (UK)
Vredehammer: We Are The Sacrifice (Norway, Indie Recordings)
Junius: A Day Dark with Night (USA, Prosthetic Records)
Tricore: Kings (UK)
Plini: Rupture (Australia)
Sithu Aye: Pulse (Part 1) (Scotland)
Idiom: Movement (UK)
Animals as Leaders: Tooth And Claw (USA, Prosthetic Records)
Comeback Kid: Should Know Better (Canada, Victory Records)
I Built the Sky: Perlucidus
For I am King: The Beast Within (USA)
The Final Chapter: Sins (UK, Stampede Press)
Kill The Silence: Get Out! Get Out! (UK)
Stitched Up Heart: Frankenstein (USA)
Revelus: Happy when She Comes (USA, Shadow Ent)
Nohm Island: The Veil of Secrets (France)
Lifejacket: Covers (UK)
Saints of Sin: Last Goodnight (UK)
Together we Fight: Brothers (UK)
Trails: Where we’re going, We don’t need Roads (UK)
English Dogs: Hate Song (UK, Candlelight)
Serdce: Unique Path (Belarus)
Undying Inc: Aggressive World Dynasty (India)
Repaid in Blood: Born in A Lazarus Pit (USA)
The Ghosts of Vegas: Dead Man (USA)
Serdce: Quasar (Belarus)
The Sun Explodes: Serpentine (UK)
Marmozets: Why do You Hate Me? (UK, Roadrunner Records)
Kvelertak: Kvelertak (Norway, Roadrunner Records)