We’re huge fans of Albert Einstein here at the Network (well I am anyway) and when a band releases a single with the title which was his description of Quantum Entanglement, well it really got my attention. Check it out here on technologyreview.com
- Flight IC408
State of Bengal
- Inertia Creeps (State of Bengal Mix)
- Chittagong Chill
State of Bengal
- Yek Nazar – A Single Glance
- War Pigs
- Feeling Go(o)d
“It helped push back against decades of racial aggression and restored an overwhelming sense of pride in our shared culture. It fundamentally altered everything – the way we dressed, the way we danced, who we f***ed (he’d hate me saying that). Like any movement, there were many sources, but it could easily be said that a lot of it sprung directly from the one-off, self-produced, acetate vinyls of Sam Zaman.” Nerm
What does that tin sign say that you can buy in every tourist trap place in the world..? “Do stupid things faster and with more energy”? I think that’s what’s happened here. I’ve foolishly increased my caffeine intake recently, and for the last few days I’ve had two long blacks each morning in place of my usual one. This seems fine while I’m working during the day, but by the time the evening comes around my body is still wide awake, while my brain is barely functional. As this podcast demonstrates.
First of all, the show was recorded on my phone because I forgot to charge up the iPad. So apologies for the dodgy(er) quality. Secondly my brain was less engaged than normal, so there is a whole lot of rambling. Luckily, the music is aces.
1. Pinact – “Everybody Says” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
2. PineConeWisdom – “Soaring Eagle” (Played courtesy of Secret Editions)
3. Honeymoon – “Leaves” (Played courtesy of Honeymoon, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Labasheeda – “Head” (Played courtesy of Labasheeda, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Red Trees – “Driving Just To Drive” (Played courtesy of Red Trees, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. cop graveyard – “staying upright” (Played courtesy of CHEESUS CRUST RECORDS, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. The Holy Alimonies – “The Reason” (Played courtesy of The Holy Alimonies, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Wozniak – “Snow Effect” (Played courtesy of Wozniak)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #210
- Baby Metal: Gimme Chocolate (Live at Brixton), from “Baby Metal” Japan)
- Their Dogs Were Astronauts: He Who Saw The Darkness (from “Earthkeeper”, Salzburg, Austria)
- Dying Humanity:Deadened (from “Deadened”, Chemnitz, Germany, Bastardised Records, Clawhammer)
- Neck of The Woods: Left Behind (from “Neck of The Woods”, British Columbia, Canada, Self Release, Clawhammer)
- Being As An Ocean: Forgetting is Forgiving The I (from “Being as An Ocean”, California, USA)
- Caustic Method: Six Feet (from “The Virus”, Syracuse, NY, USA, Pavement Entertainment, Clawhammer)
- Villians: Ketamine (from “Freudian Slip”, Chicago, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- Grenouer: Blossoms in The Dust (from “Unwanted Today”, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Mausoleum Records)
- Child of Caesar: Red Sun (from Love in Black”, Germany, Inverse Records)
- Vitne: Lost and Found (Single Release, Oslo, Norway)
- Ventenner: Wave (from “Distorture”, London UK)
- A:S:Örchestra: Winter Rain (from “Winter Rain”, Finland)
- AnTi-cLoNe: Take This Pill (Single Release, Boston, USA)
- Take the Throne: Artificial Heart (Single Release, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada)
- Jungle Rot: Paralyzed Prey (Single Release, Order Shall Prevail, Wisconsin, USA)
- Infidel: Call of the Wild (from “Infidel”, Detroit, Michigan, USA, Imminence Records)
- Far Beyond The Sunrise: Empty Vessels (from “Far Beyond The Sunrise”, New Jersey, USA, Famined Records, Clawhammer)
- Endlichtkeit: IX (from “Endlichkeit IX:, USA)
- C R O W N: Serpents (from “Natron”, France, Candlelight Records)
- The Antichrist Imperium: The Stiffening of Death (from “The Antichrist Imperium”, Apocalyptic Witchcraft Recordings)
- Sorority Noise: Mononokay (from “Joy, Departed”, Harford, Connecticut, USA)
- Reverted: Bummer (Single Release, London UK)
- Dew-Scented: Scars of Creation (from “Intermination”, Germany, Prosthetic Records)
DIV I DED was created by multi-instrumentalist Filip Helštýn towards the end of 2013 along with lead vocalist Viktorie Marksová. The band’s sound is inspired by melancholic pop and lo-fi folk which subtly breathes through layers of bittersweet melodies and foggy guitar fuzz similar to the Creation Records sound.
Fleeting Youth Records also has a free compilation of 22 great tracks from the first-half of 2015 that you can get at by following the compilation link below.Late Awakening HypeMachine
We’re back for another Rathole Radio, Rathole Radio 148 to be precise. This time I played music from all over the world. Punk from France, Italian dancehall, American folk, Brazilian surf rock and much more. I hope you enjoy the mix, don’t forget to send me your emails, tweets or comments.
05:49 – Møme – Smile – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed – Some great French electronica with a vocal and production that reminds me of Imogen Heap at times. No bad thing!
10:40 – Cosca Dei Compari – AMSTERDAM – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – A bit of Italian reggae with a dancehall vibe and electronic beats. Perfect for a summer party or BBQ.
19:59 – David Rovics – The State House Lawn – License Unknown – In the last week there have been some horrific events in Charleston, USA. If you don’t know about them just a quick Google search will explain. As well as anything can explain actions like this. David sent me this song about the subject and I wanted to play it for you all.
20:07 – David Krystal – All Or Nothing – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed – Some beautiful production, melody and lyrics from Toronto singer-songwriter David Krystal. This song has an almost dreamy quality at times.
28:58 – Quasars – Incoming Contact – CC BY-ND – Some very 80’s sounding Italian electro. You could imagine this being done by Jan Hammer or perhaps Art Of Noise. Love the roto-toms.
35:06 – Marc Reeves – Let’s Eat – CC BY-SA Licensed – A great British singer-songwriter with a haunting voice and beautiful production. You can just bath in the sound of this one..
62:39 –The Gasoline Brothers – Psychosomatic Heart Failure – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – Dutch indie rock band with a powerful sound and great melodies. Get ready to have this one stuck in your head for a while.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the show via Flattr or Paypal. We appreciate it!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 5th July 2015 @ 9PM UK (GMT+1)
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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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You’ll hear from some special guests and some great new music on the show this week. Randy Combs joins us briefly as our punk rock expert, and Umong Shah drops by to discuss Elle Exxe’s new single, “Lost in L.A.” We have plenty of brand new independent music for you too and we’ll ask for your comments about the new Apple Music deal.The Playlist Title Album Artist Girl In A Room Girl In A Room Antiqcool Frost Flower Single Ashleigh Sladen You Ain’t Punk Uncaged Chip DiMonick A Rock & Roll Heart A Rock & Roll Heart Driftwood Past Lives The Ghost is Clear Exohxo Bad Habits Burnin’ Both Ends Doug Balmain Love Ain’t Easy Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Wild For You (single) Wild For You (Single) Sleep Machine Uprising Shamanaid My Baby Ignis Fatuus The Inner wastelands Maud the moth Battle Cry Battle Cry The Dandies Lost in L.A. Lost in L.A. Elle Exxe Happy Birthday (Dear Human) 2014 Demos Tom Rosenthal Feel Like This A New Level of Neon The Carrions Salt Emerge Dog Society Endless Creation Keep You Satisfied The Boston Boys Half Inch Map The Machine Stops Brittsommar Catapult Catapult Birds Over Arkansas
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Kotomi is the music project of Lauren Hillman, an electro-pop indie artist based out of the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. You may recognize the name as she has released several excellent songs of her own including a few stunning collaborative tracks with one of our favorite Canadian artists, Germany Germany.
Today’s gorgeous lo-fi pop single was released a few weeks back on the 2nd of June, and you can keep up to date on the latest on her newest efforts at the social sites below.Bright Side HypeMachine
“tiny cuts is the collaboration between film-maker AJ and music producer Gavin Bushell. Based in Wales, they create original tunes across a range of genres, including rock, pop, folk and indie.” [bio]
Music for this show has been provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
Hi Humans and welcome to this weeks tip top Independent Music podcast from me, good old Nick Tann.
This weeks wondrous playlist includes Ruby Confue – Babay, Runabay – Moon Turns Blue, Eyes Like The Sky – Dorsal Fin, Scorpio Loon _ Things I like To Do, a brand new track by me Nick Tann – Safe Harbour and a lost album track from People – Jackie Who.
If you have any ideas as to questions I can ask artists in the new “Who The Hell Are You?” feature, then please use the contact form below.
See you soon![contact-form]
The album was recorded with orchestral arranger and director, Joshua Stamper, and mixed by Daniel Smith (Sufjan Stevens). An undertone of delicate vulnerability is delivered with a strength and measured veracity through graceful orchestration and experimentation, simultaneously expressing curiosity and wisdom.
For fans of: Laura Veirs, Natalie Prass, Joanna Newsom
[via Green Light Go]Quiet Moments HypeMachine
1. Roah Summit – Take Care (Costa Messa, E.U.A.)
2. Tape Junk – Bag of Bones (Lisboa, Portugal) [artistas do mês de Junho]
Comprar: Pataca Discos
3. Johan Rodrigues – Elephant Song (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
4. Kathryn Calder – Take a Little Time (Vancouver, Canadá)
5. Reina del Cid – The Fall (Minneapolis, E.U.A.)
6. Jeremy Bass – Firefly (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
7. Smokey Brights – Catacomb (Seattle, E.U.A.)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Formerly the voice of LA based indie-pop/Americana heroes, Last December—who rose to prominence in the late ’90s—Peter Argyropoulos collected numerous accolades for his songwriting and producing. Their music was (and still is) regularly featured on network TV shows and films. After teaming up with veteran producer-engineer Brian Malouf to co-produce Last December’s acclaimed 2007 full-length, “Hailstorm“, Argyropolous quietly began writing new songs for a solo project.
He eventually took on the stage name of Pete RG and honed his voice to a powerful deeper register, beginning the transition to becoming a more successful singer-songwriter. His excellent six-track “Lightning Strikes” EP was released earlier this year on February 9th, with an acoustic music video of today’s featured song embedded further below.Still Here HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Dave coughs and talks about Top Gear and podcasting stuff, and plays our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Foam Ropes – Telescope – from New York, NY – source
- Janey Quinn – Tired – from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – source
- Lost and Profound – Iodine – from Toronto, ON – source
- Admiral Bob – Clouds of Glory – from San Diego, CA – source
- Brad Sucks – Just In A Phase – from Ottawa, ON – source
- Joshua Ticsay – Change of Seasons – from Brantford, ON – source
- Foam Ropes – Telescope (Reprise) – from New York, NY – source
- Colaars – Hurricaine – from Kiev, Ukraine – source
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Podcrawl London is coming in September – more detail to follow
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 365, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 26 June 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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(Note: This is a revised version of Dave’s Lounge #310. I explain why at the beginning of the show.)
So this week, I’m starting a little experiment. I’ve been looking at lot at the download stats for this show on Libsyn. There’s many countries listed there, and quite a few cities. I thought it might be fun if listeners of this show in the same cities were able to get together to meet each other. This show seems like it’s been around long enough to warrant such meetups.
We’ll start this experiment where a good many tech experiments begin — San Francisco and Oakland. The last episode of Dave’s Lounge got 99 downloads from this area. So who’s listening out in the Bay Area? Leave a comment below and introduce yourselves to me, and to each other. It might be fun to make some new friends.
As for the music this week, we welcome back quite a few return visitors this week, as well as couple new ones who are making some great music…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #310:
- (01:43) Pelorus, "Sink or Swim" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (05:53) Garaz, "Synthjazz" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (09:45) Portico (feat. Jono McCleery), "Colour Fading" Buy from: iTunes
- (14:32) Mojo Rising & Jenova 7, "Lullaby On Mars" Coming soon…
- (18:34) Polished Chrome, "Laid Back" Buy from: iTunes
- (23:11) Aandra, "Element" Buy from: iTunes
- (27:52) Modlee & Vlooper, "Dancin’" Free download from: Bandcamp
- (31:45) Ialaz, "Waves" Buy from: iTunes
- (36:06) Space Captain, "Remedy" Coming soon…
- (39:33) Dustin Lefholz (feat. Pazia), "The Static Of Life" Buy from: iTunes
- (49:25) Blue In Green, "Day & Night" Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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Enjoy the show!