Another week with a lively chat room, in part due to the great new singles from Keston Cobblers Club, Billy Vincent, Cloven Skies and our interview with Jon Byrne. It was a special week. Claire and I also unveiled our May Top Ten which you can vote for right now on the website. I still have to do my penance as I lost and now much sport some fake tan around town. Stay tuned for pictures…
Special thanks to David Jordan, Joshua Reid Carswell, Randy Combs, Claire Rozario, Trey Call and all of you who have been sharing, retweeting and just plain supporting the show. We’ve been growing in leaps and bounds over the last few months and that’s down to you. Thank you.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Agua Impulsos Los Sundayers Beam EP – A Scene of Plenty Keston Cobblers Club And It Fights And It Fights (single) Billy Vincent The Bitch and Her Greed Built By Angels Jon Byrne We Are Liars The Season Laura Marie TJWS Jingle Jingles – The Justin Wayne Show Linda Harrison We Had It All Images of Youth Presley Johnson I Can’t Recall MassMatiks MassMatiks Girl Stamen & Stigma Casitas What’s Mine What’s Yours (acoustic) We Have Band Who Are You Luke Ferre EP Luke Ferre Baby Blue Snowapple Snowapple Press On Hope on the Horizon Cloven Skies Interview with Jon Byrne No Future Generation It’s Boring Being in Control Jon Byrne Living the Dream Built By Angels Jon Byrne A Motorbike Called Life Curiosity Killed… Let’s Go Safari Let’s Go Safari Norah Future Echoes and Past Replays Slim Loris
Here’s the music video for the song “Cocaine” that Jon mentioned in the interview:
See you next week with our special guest, Laura Marie.
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1 Xavier & Ophelia - Stop the Traffic
2 Rave Boar - Don't Follow the Light(MP3)
3 Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders - When the Sun Goes Down
4 David Reo - Hot Dog Rough Mix 1
5 Egon - Anger
6 Proy-Lee - War Going On
7 Collar Up - The Fear of Love
8 Hello Caller - Box Above the Belt
9 Ben Draiman - Taken For Granted
10 Crooked Saws - Freak
11 Freeky Cleen and Dickey F - 10. Won’t Be Late
12 Wasted fangs - Beholder
13 Ummagma - BFD
14 Arran Arctic - Slumber
15 Nicholas R Wright - What Lady Is That
A new EP release that has been in the works, ‘So Young’, is also coming out this month which you can check out via the BandCamp link below!Download If You Get Caught We Never Met
Back once again with another episode of Rathole Radio. Number 101. I can feel eyes burrowing into the back of my head as I publish this live in front of a group of students at my radio and podcasting class. They told me to say that, they’re listening, send help quick! Only messing. The usual mix of music and waffle, hope you enjoy it.
00:00 – Spark Thugs – Catawampus – CC BY-SA Licensed – A bit of rock to open the show. I heard this on CCHits and enjoyed it.
07:31 – Nick Tann – Crazy Momma – License Unknown – One from fellow AMP podcaster Nick Tann. This is his latest single. You can grab it at his website.
11:57 – I’m Bad Like Jesse James – Space Echo – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed – Another one I heard via CCHits, hard to know how to describe this one. It’s just a good listen so enjoy.
36:15 – Stormy Mondays – Beneath The Gate – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed – The song selected by Kevin MacPhail of CCJam and TuxJam podcasts. A fine selection it is too. They’re Spanish not Italian as Kevie and I thought.
41:45 – Visciera – Dancing On The Slope – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – A bit of experimental electro for you from Berlin’s Visciera. They’re on the Headphonica label.
45:30 – Antiqcool – Girl In A Room Remix – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed -
52:55 – An audio message from listener Tim Dobson, on a mountain somewhere.
54:42 – 20lb Sounds – Enemies (Rough mix, pre-release) – CC BY-SA Licensed – A sneak peek at the live sessions we’ve been working on for our album. Progress is slow but may this meagre offering serve as slim proof we’re getting somewhere.
61:07 – Ragz Nordset – New August – All Rights Reserved – Taken from a new EP by Ragz. Big thanks to Dave at Mellowtone for tipping me off to this. Really liking the EP, it has a mixture of influences from Kate Bush to Imogen Heap to my ear, plus a good deal of original style mixed in.
Thanks to everyone who’s supported the show via Flattr or has used the Paypal link. It really makes a difference. It’s very much appreciated and I couldn’t do this without your help. Keep clicking those donate buttons and I’ll keep the tunes coming. Thank you.Email all feedback and suggestions to – show AT ratholeradio.org You can also find me on Twitter and Identi.ca. Like us on Facebook and “Plus” us on Google+ Next Live Show: Sunday 26th May 2013 – 9pm UK Time.
Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoyed the show. Thanks also to everyone who turned up in our IRC channel at irc.freenode.net the channel name is #ratholeradio. I don’t expect much to happen there in the weeks between shows, but if people want to hang around and chat you’re more than welcome. Don’t forget you can access the channel from a web browser by going to webchat.freenode.net and entering #ratholeradio in the channel text box. Take care till next time folks.
Music Sources and Licensing: A few of the tracks in this show are from the artists own personal websites and don’t contain licensing information. That’s why they are listed as unknown. The individual licenses are listed next to each track, where known. If there is no license listed you must assume all rights are reserved on that song.
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Jon Byrne joined us recently to talk about his arduous journey from the strange sidewalks of the small, working class northern England town of Barrow-in-Furness to his now second full-length album, Built By Angels. Along the way were dead wives in wheelchairs, drugs, bands, videos, and a few pints of lager. I’ll let him tell you the story, he’s a much better storyteller than me.
Links for more Jon Byrne:
- Check out Jon’s website
- Like Jon on Facebook
- Follow Jon on Twitter
- Buy the new album, Built By Angels on iTunes
Here’s the music video Jon refers to in the interview. He does look a bit ill…
Special thanks to Jon, Mark, Barney, Phil and the strange mannequin sculpture sitting behind Jon for the whole interview which I thought was an actual person.
Liverpool Acoustic are pleased to welcome Clara Barker all the way from the Isle of Man.
Also performing on Friday 24th May 2013 at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street are local singer-songwriters Rob Gough and Ade Jackson, plus Chester-based duo Just By Chance.
Tickets are £5 in advance from wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic or £6 on the door.
Doors open at 8.00pm and the music starts at 8.30pm, finishing no later than 11.15pm.
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2. Rob Gough – Devil’s Eye
3. Ade Jackson – Crystal Jane
Liverpool Acoustic presents Martyn Joseph at Sefton Park Palm House on Sunday 23rd June 2013 – click here for more details.
Liverpool Acoustic Live presents Luke Jackson on Friday 28th June 2013 - click here for more details.
Clara Barker, a singer/songwriter from the Isle of Man, has been writing songs since 1999 and while debilitating stage fright halted her entrance onto the live music scene until almost 8 years after the first song was written, she has been making up for lost time ever since. With sheer determination to ‘get out there and PLAY’, Clara played open mic nights and hustled for support slots – even organising her own very successful SaturdayJam night held at various pubs in the Isle of Man.
Armed with a steadily increasing family of songs, a mercifully decreasing feeling of impending doom and Jake, her trusty Crafter guitar – Clara has played in venues all over the Isle of Man and the UK and has been proud to warm up the audiences of seasoned and established acts including The Christians, Paul Young’s Los Pacaminos, Steve Gibbons & The Dylan Project, Morton Valence, Jon Gomm, Angelo Palledino and Jeff Lang.
Her highly personal lyrics and catchy melodies have won her a steady following on the Island, and an army of loyal fans online. Her debut album – Indigo – (available from all usual outlets) was released in March 2010 to considerable acclaim. A review by Banter Magazine praises Clara’s “lyrical honesty” which is described as “refreshing in today’s musical landscape which, lyrics-wise, is so saturated by faux teenage angst or ambiguity disguised as profundity”
Hard Work & Whiskey – a live EP featuring 4 songs from Indigo, 3 previously unheard tracks and some of Clara’s inimitable ‘chat and bantah’ in between was released in Autumn 2011. Hot on the heels of the EP Clara launched her first attempt to chart over the festive period with her outrageously festive single Christmas In New York. Clara’s second album – The Good Ideas Club Strikes Again – is written and is currently in production. Good times! XD
Rob Gough is an internationally renowned singer, songwriter, and lead guitarist from Liverpool, England. Drawing on a wide range of influences including blues, rock, country, folk and indie, Rob has supported such acts as Midge Ure, Sandi Thom and Son of Dave. Since 2011 Rob has appeared at many festivals and performed at many of Britain’s top music venues with critical acclaim from many within the music industry.
‘One of the great Liverpool voices… an unrelenting beat aesthetic and an ever weather-eye from the back streets. A bit of Cave, a bit of Cash, a soupcon of Cohen, and a whole lot of Catherine Street…”
Jonathan Raisin, Lost Voices
JUST BY CHANCE
Just By Chance are a duo comprised of singer-songwriters Andy Jones & Liz Owen. Drawing on a wide range of influences from folk and bluegrass to more modern pop and rock they have been touring extensively across the British Isles since 2010. They have been played on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6Music, BBC Radio Lancashire and recently supported Joan Armatrading and Midge Ure during their UK tours.
Saviour – Just By Chance [Music Video]
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 92: Friday 24th May 2013 – Clara Barker
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by joining their mailing lists, liking their facebook pages, following them on twitter, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music is King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water.
Monday, right? Start the week with this uplifting track from The Dead Heads.
The Dead Heads are a band from Sydney formed by brothers Oscar Jeffery, Ali Jeffery and Ferg Davison in mid ’10. They play an upbeat drag you down eclectic rock punk rock feel of music.
They are joined by Joshy Gomaz on drums, Roberto Klaic on guitar, Matte Can Vancouver on percussion, and Jonno on bass.
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The Metal Deli #97
KILLING GRACE -- Sin Again Sunday
WASTED RAGE -- Graveraiser
SICK TRUST -- Blind Faith
TENSION HEAD -- Can't Please Everybody
BLOODLOSS -- Paradise
TRIAL BY SYN -- Lonely Rain
SPONGE -- What Were You Doing Last Night
FALLOUT OF FEAR -- Pass You By
UNEVEN -- What You See Is What You Get
SHALLOWPOINT -- Broken Life
KILLING GRACE -- 17 Scars
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Shiny and the Spoon – Someday Love
The Deadly Winters – The Mines of Spennymoor
Teen Girl Scientist Monthly – Summer Skin
Angelina Bentley and the Cosmic Party – Glitter(Reprise)
Sunshine and Bullets – The End
Max DeGroot – Don’t Sing This Song
Hosted this week by Kimmi Rudolph of Kimmi & The Metal Deli
ATRINA is a indie rock group out of New Haven Connecticut who released their newest album ‘In Planetary Sugar’ in January of this year. Thrush and Thrasher is in the latter half of the record and we really love the meaty guitars laced with dark vocal inflections in the PJ Harvey vein.
Their label Obscure Me Records describes them as “making music that is equal parts minimalist melodicism, counter-punctual cacophony, and decibel-pushing dissonance. Angular, but accessible. Complex, yet catchy. Eclectic, and electrifying. ATRINA makes ears ring, hearts pound, and toes tap.”Download Thrush and Thrasher
- Karma Police
Shefita and Sabbaba
- Odd Shaped Nightfall
Datax and Bymski
Secret Archives of the Vatican
- 2nd Night in Tokushima
- Free Syria
- Into City of Homs
- The Battle
- Free Syria
- I Wish I Could Play Dabke for all the Weddings in Syria
- Ait Oumrar
- Prophet, Priest & King
Benjamin the Esquire
“Storytellers are a threat. They threaten all champions of control. They frighten usurpers of the right-to-freedom of the human spirit - in state, in church or mosque, in party congress, in the university or wherever.”
Sensual Harassment seem to wistfully draw upon popular music of the past as a way forward – whether it be the glossy pastiche of late 70’s disco in the leadoff track Make Me Human Again, the plastic island pleasure of Capri Suntan, or the synth-pop balladry of Rescue Me, which sounds like a forgotten Blondie hit. Sensual Harassment almost revel in art of blurring the lines of disco, pop and new wave, all while filtering it through their own unique vision, creating something that remains both familiar and new.
Equipped with a clearer vision, an irresistibly melodic new EP and approving nods from the likes of Pitchfork, Vice, XLR8R, CMJ and Dazed and Confused, Sensual Harassment seem destined to be one of 2013’s brightest new stars – in our solar system and their own. (press release).
You can listen and download for free whole album at the band’s site.
This week, we talk schools and discoveries. Plus we play our usual mix of cracking music.Songs played
- Roman Mendez – Ya Se – from Buenes Aires, Argentina – source
- Sundayers – Para Mi – from Madrid, Spain – source
- Emerald Park – Modular Home – from Malmo, Sweden – source
- Anitek – The 3rd – from Morristown, NJ – source
- Maria Rodes – Busy – from Barcelona, Spain – source
- Loudog – Waste My Time – from Braunschweig, Germany – source
- The Search – Woman In The Corner – from Uppsala, Sweden – source
- Vagos Permanentes – Tiempo Por Dinero – from Alcalá de Henares, Spain – source
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The next show will be episode 262, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 17 May 2013 from 21:30 UK time (UTC+0100).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
Butterflies Radio for relaying the live stream on their own service
"Joy Ride" - The Beautiful Conspiracy; Geeknotes: Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Grand Slam, Julia Stein & Lionel Rolfe @ Beyond Baroque, Exact Change Press, Journal of Modern Poetry 15, Alabama Phoenix Festival, Danger Word Promo, Lazy Literary Agents In Self-Publishing Money Grab via Argo Navis; Open Mic Stage: "Love You To A Drum Beat" - PIXSID, "Bathed In Your Mystery" - Sleeping Prophet, "Spoken Like A Slave" - DIONVOX, "Yeah!" - Emotions Triggered, "Up To You" - Leo Folsom, "Dream Diary (Charlotte's Song)" - Analog Workshop, "Ms Mad Love" - fog people, "E.T.S. - The Mountain ft. NATHAN WOLFE" - PHREEWIL; Map Room: Twice as many entrepreneurs are over the age 50 as are under 25, Mobile phone carriers profit from phone theft, We still use the same words we did 15,000 years ago, The future of medicine is wearable, implantable, and personalized; Venue Verite: How To Mix Trip Hop - ellaskins; Music Bed: "Settled In" - Submerger, "The Illometer" - Arek
Yes I made it back from Iceland, thanks for asking. This week I play you the very best best best tunes this planet has to offer including Robin Mitchell ~ wide of the mark, Matt Blake ~ Take Up Your Knife, Pierre Massé ~ Sculpting the Light, Raphaël Novarina ~ Loin Des Fous, Stony Boy – Darkest minds, Sunjacket ~ Alligator, Grant Sharkey ~ Future Dick, Lets Go Safari ~ Breeze Blocking, Evanstar-Wounds, Karl and the Marx Brothers ~ Colvin’s Blues, Anna Neale ~ Listen, Nick Tann ~ How Can It Be Wrong?, Slim Jim and the Castaways ~ Secret Lake, The Rising ~ Always Let You Down .
I also mentioned Zanzibar Studios who recorded and mixed Mat Blake’s single I also mentioned the Is This thing On Production at the Railway in Winchester and the special show next week , this is the great Ob.La.Di.Ob.La.Da. bar I played at in Reykjavik thanks so much David you can watch a recording here
Oh and that Grant Sharkey video…
British producer Sorrow announces his forthcoming debut album via esteemed London label Monotreme Records.
After a nightmare week and nothing working, it’s great to push a show out like this, It clams the savage beast, ready for the weekend.
Listen, of course with ears open, and volume set to 11.
Great stuff being sent, but still need more, please Submit Here.
Don’t forget, London Podcrawl is on for June 22nd, be sure to come.
Pic: Engraved Steel, by Veronika Nyssa
You will hear:
- Psychostick: Numbers (I can only count to Four) USA, Asher
- Breed77: Low UK
- Sister Sin: Fight Song Sweden, Victory Records
- Steel Engraved: On High Wings we Fly Germany
- Unxpect: Words Canada
- Final Curse: Christiansanity USA
- Devil To Pay: Prepare to Die USA
- Enemo J: Heaven is My Hell (Without You) UK, Digital Media Records
- Revel in Flesh: Torment in Fire Germany
- Etecc: Creed on Demand Germany
- Collapse: Heartwork UK, Transcend Records