Today I give an update on my 2nd time juicing, Mars has water, The Martian, and Lions, Tigers, and Red wings – Oh My!!
Alongside some great new submissions to the show and more great music from the archive, we’ve got musician JD Weaver along with us for an amazing interview. He shares with us what it’s like to try to make a career in music with a degenerative muscular disease, and how he maintains his positive outlook on life. It’s a brilliant and inspiring interview – I do hope you’ll listen and get behind this fine fellow.The Playlist Title Album Artist Image Image – single Strange Waves The Preacher Reigns Bottom of the Well Signs Of Fire The Landing Strip The Landing Strip Life On Standby Cool Girl Cool Girl Madi Davis Never Let You Down Polista Polista Regrets of a Cosmic Mountaineer Adventure The Alpine Camp Bones (Re-Mix) Bones (Re-Mix) single Van Susans Over The Line Killing Off Characters Killing Off Characters The Vaudville The Tragic Hero Normal Fox Dreaming Common Daze Ever Give Up The Ghost Storyhill Storyhill Interview with JD Weaver Native Man Where Eagles Fly JD Weaver Sunshine Perspective Ripping off the Label JD Weaver Beautiful Baby In The Journey Martin Sexton Never Mind Buying Time Painted Faces Jess McAllister The Game (Radio Edit) Single Will and the People
See you next week!
~JW, CR and JD
Today’s feature comes from Wimps and Machos, a DC duo made up of former members from two area bands, coming together as a new effort, recording guitars, bass, and drums in their own home studio as demo recordings. The two have finalized the demo mixes and are mixing new unpublished material for an upcoming release on iTunes.
We caught word of this great new effort by checking into the newest buzz over on the Twitter Search stream.Influences: Velvet Underground, Smashing Pumpkins, Beck, The Smiths, Stone Roses Entangle HypeMachine
Today’s Dose is the title track from their debut EP Pulse – due out on 15th October.
Vocals / Nonta Libbrecht-Carey, Guitar / George Taylor, Drums / Harry Gill, Bass / Joe Young
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1. Anarchicks – We Claim The Right (Lisboa, Portugal)
2. Roah Summit – Paramount (Costa Messa, E.U.A.)
3. Henry Wolfe – Surfer Girl (Los Angeles, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Setembro]
4. Fever Fever – Hypnotized (Columbus, E.U.A.)
5. Sentinel – Yahmahnee (São Francisco, E.U.A.)
6. Gosh Pith – Waves (Detroit, E.U.A.)
7. Daniel Catarino – Walking Around With You In My Head (Évora, Portugal)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
The downtempo beats of Invisible Imagination come from the late 2013 album Risky Times on Cult Classic Records but he also first appeared in an introduction via the first Cult Classic Records compilation, Friends & Family, in 2010.
Influenced by: Shigeto, Boards Of Canada, Matthew Halsall, Alphabets Heaven, Bambooman, Archie Pelago, Badbadnotgood, Taylor McFerrin[via Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0] Invisible Imagination HypeMachine
The newly released single “Sting of a Kiss” is a beautiful effort that conjures up a nice dose of stylized noir imagery from the 40s and 50s, with a subtle hint of mystery evoked by the reverb drenched guitar-work. The vocals are very passionate and the emotions are laid out in the powerful lyrics, creating quite an exciting first effort.
The artist had the following to say about the creation of the forthcoming album:
“It’s doubtful that any of this album could exist without periods of the obscurity and loss of faith, for we have to let our former stage of faith die to move onto the next. I think the fear of death arises because we have been programmed to believe we are an object. The creation of this album came from being in a space between loss and faith, a meditation that brings deep, dark hidden mysteries up to the surface to look at. The album describes and shows my struggles with these and other ideologies. “
If you are in Toronto Canada on October 3rd, you can check out and support her at the Record Release Party at GAS (Gerrard Art Space).Sting of a Kiss HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Stories, pictures, periscopes, and telegrams, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Modern Pitch – Eye Of The Storm – from Fano, Italy – source
- Law – Les Files D’Attente – from Paris, France – source
- Now Endeavor – Dirt Road Path – from Detroit, MI – source
- Misha Bezushko – You Saved My Life – from Ternopil, Ukraine – source
- Lilly Wolf – Violence – from Brooklyn, NY – source
- Zapple Pie – The Perfect Game – from Toulouse, France – source
- Sweet Play – Head Fake – from Paris, France – source
- David Amber – Gnarly (Feat. Devyn Rush) – from Brooklyn, NY – source
Caroline’s story and illustrations published in an Anthology, raising money for MacMillan Cancer research – buy on Amazon
Caroline’s OctoberScope (more details soon)
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I’ve always had an appreciation for both a well-written song and a lovely singing voice, which is why I’ve focused more thorughout the years on vocal tracks rather than instrumental tracks. That comes through even more than usual this week, as I came across a lot of really good songs. Nine of the 12 tracks in this week’s playlist are vocal tracks, although even the instrumentals have a melodic feel to them that fit with the rest of the episode. If you appreciate good songs and good singers like I do, this is the episode for you.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #316:
- (00:15) Manu Delago (feat. Joss Stone), "Why Dont You" Buy from: iTunes
- (04:52) Gavin Turek, "Once Was Love" Buy from: iTunes
- (08:12) Hermitude (feat. Chloe Kaul), "Hazy Love" Buy from: iTunes
- (12:12) Dee C’rell (feat. Hannah Sumner), "Confession [Jazz-Tech Sunset Mix]" Buy from: iTunes
- (17:52) PKWY, "Comfort (remix)" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (22:35) Seven24 & R.I.B. With Frainbreeze feat. Neteta, "Performance" Buy from: iTunes
- (28:18) Fine Print, "Can’t Lie" Buy from: iTunes
- (31:52) DjSadhu, "Blur" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (36:31) Werkha (feat. Alex Rita), "The Invincible" Buy from: iTunes
- (40:02) Jonny Faith, "Le Sucre" Buy from: iTunes
- (44:23) Submotion Orchestra, "Doppleganger" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (51:01) Bob Moses, "Too Much Is Never Enough" Buy from: iTunes
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This weeks playlist includes Fighting Caravans – Tyrannosaur, Lazer Lloyd – Bad Seed, ToyFace – Cosmic Love, Nick Tann – Dont, April Maybe May – Sugar and Mess, The Horse – Got To See Her, Lizzard Frequency – Bad Seed, Marvin B Naylor – Wondering Star
Faced with the new challenge of becoming a father, DuPont bares his difficulties with family and his own sense of belonging. Full of his trademark vulnerability and candor, Outlier is a confession and an absolution in one. “Outlier describes me, but also helps represent the work as a whole.” says DuPont. “Many of the tunes are about thinking differently or mindfully, which can make you an outlier in your community.” [via GLG]
- These Hands Conspire: Praise to The Nova Rider (from “Sword of Korhan”, Berlin, Germany)
- Abhorrent Deformity: Stench of the Decomposed(from “Entity of Malevolence”, North Carolina, USA)
- Antagonist Zero: Suru (Single Release, Finland)
- Riwen: Strife and Hate (from “The Cold”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Rosetta: (Untitled I) (from “Quintessential Ephemera”, Philadelphia, USA)
- Train Bigger Monkeys: Altered States (from “Canadian Tour 2015 EP”, Calgary, Canada, Asher Media)
- Visceral Throne: Father (from “Those Who Have Fallen Beyond the Grace of God”, Indiana, USA)
- Yellowtooth: Manifesto (from “Crushed by The Wheels of Progress”, Indiana, USA)
- Vinnie Jonez Band: Supernothing (from “Supernothing”, Italy)
- Display of Decay: Dust of Existence (from “Dust of Existence”, Alberta, Canada)
- Voodoo Vegas: Tied Up (from “Hypnotise”, South Coast, UK)
- Blëed: Xombimind (from “The Hatred Inside”, Alberta, Canada)
- Lluvia: Vientos De Olvido (from “Eternidad Solemne”, Leon, Mexico)
- The Membranes: Hail To The Lovers (from Dark Matter/Dark Energy”, UK, Cherry Red Records)
- Ramming Speed: Choke Holds and Bullet Holes (from “No Epitaphs”, New York, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- Raum Kingdom: We’re Not born to live like Brutes (from “All We Expected”, Ireland)
- Simulacrum: Time Lapse (from “Sky Divided”, Turku, Finland)
- All Hell: Crossroads (from The Red Sect”, Asheville, North Carolina, USA)
- Vhod: Still The Blood (from “Dream Catcher”, British Columbia, Canada)
Sara Nao Tem Nome translates over from Brazilian-Portuguese to Sarah Has No Name. She is a indie folk musician born in Contagem, MG in 1992, a student of the arts at EBA-UFMG with interests lying somewhere between music, visual arts and cinema. She lists her current location as São Paulo.
Today’s track was mastered by Rob Grant at Poon’s Head Studio in Perth, Australia, a dreamlike first effort alongside another beautiful minimalistic downtempo track “Ômega III”, found at the Soundcloud link below.For fans of: Daniel Johnston, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Elliot Smith, Radiohead, Sérgio Sampaio, Beck, Vincent Gallo, Harmony Korine, Nan Goldin, Jonas Mekas, Connan Mockasin, Adam Green, Baden Powell, Chet Baker, Jards Macalé, Jorge Mautner, Sibylle Baier, Syd Barrett, Louis Aguilar,Jon Brion, Andrew Bird, Arthur Bispo do Rosário. Dias Dificeis HypeMachine
“Moose Light Kingdom is an indie-pop band from Boston, started by David Lin in the spring of 2015 as a solo project. Although David studied composition and sound design for film and games, he also heavily focused on electronic music and synthesis during his time at the Berklee College of Music. Most Moose Light Kingdom tracks have a hybrid mix of live instruments and electronic elements, combining in flavours from both worlds.” [bio]
Piles of music played on this show, including “A Sucker for Sorrow” from the NYC artist Ricardo Duran and plenty more! You’ll also hear a bit about the weather in both Bozeman, Montana and London, England (as that’s where Claire and myself co-broadcast from) and a few great musical selections sent over from musicforlunch.com and their proprietor, Deann Snyder.The Playlist Title Album Artist Loved Not Understood Head’s Up Annique America America The Clear Stars Will Descend Stars Will Descend EP Blair Jollands Tell Me Tell Me Miccoli A Revolution Why Not? Edewaard A Sucker For Sorrow A Sucker For Sorrow Ricardo Duran A to Z A to Z Hildegard Two World’s Apart Two World’s Apart Claiming Neptune Pick Up The Pieces Opposites Joe Connor Bite The Hook The Bottomless Blue Black Bears Fire Down The Prologue EP Ruby May Spencer Small Wars Small Wars Zurich The War The War Jennie Abrahamson One Wish Masterwish Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers Little Angel Live At Pedernales Titty Bingo Cool Girl Cool Girl Madi Davis Smart What I Know Madi Davis She’s In Love The Lonely Roller Steven A. Clark Answered Prayers Answered Prayers – Single Terribly Yours Always Always – Single Favored Nations Lightning Bolt Scrappy Happiness Joel Plaskett Emergency
See you next time!
~JW and CR
First Pope is the new effort from Fabian Molloy of Dublin Ireland, debuting with this striking indie pop infused love song titled Sinking. Molloy’s vocals on the demo shine and are further complimented by the beautiful harmonies of promising fellow Dublin talent, Farah Elle.
Another track ‘In the Dark’ performed live and acoustic was shot on video and recorded recently at The Famous Crown in Didsbury, Manchester, of which you can find further below.Sinking (feat. Farah Elle) (demo) HypeMachine