Did this podcast after my doc appt – it was all good news!
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LADY is a punked-up post-shoegaze four piece hailing from the middle of Long Island whom recently landed on the newest compilation by Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen, a collective of musicians and DIY recording studio and label located in Brooklyn, NY. MCFK Section 6: Respawn Dub is the name of this new collection of twelve excellent tracks by twelve different musicians, an artifact of MCFK’s reemergence from flood-soaked purgatory and their first 12 tracks released since returning.
LADY’s most recent news is that they’ve also recently released their debut EP “Washer”, which began and was mostly tracked back in Mama Coco’s facility before the studio was decimated by the aforementioned floods. The band patiently waited nine months before entering the new Bushwick studio and completed vocals and mixing.
Links for these releases follow, with lots of great music to uncover.Chuta HypeMachine
Back with a vengeance this week kids, nice long show and a new feature. Whatever next!
In this weeks show you can hear Dazie Mae – Sofa, The Creeping Ivies – The Witch House, The Buzzard Orchestral – One Stone, Nick Tann – Never Did You Harm, Marvin B Naylor – Brief Encounter, Dah Rhy Gah Moor – Right Swipe, Ollie Goodwin – Painted Black finishing off with the band interview with White Ape followed by their track Game of Soldiers.
Hosted this week by Nick Tann of Is This Thing On Podcast
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of the Music Podcasting.
The Creeping Ivies – The Witch House
Mechanical Joints – Sunburn Cinema
Anitek – Back To Me (Tab & Anitek)
Color Out – Anything But Everything
Loyd Brassfield – Alright
Claiming Neptune – Two World Apart
Since the release of their first record on Interregnum records, Drops of Color, big changes has occurred for the band, musically and physically. Both of the founding members are now living in Bergen and the band has expanded to include a new drummer and bass player. The band finished their new record in Klangkollektivet Studios during the spring of 2014 and are now unleashing it upon the world with the help of Ghost Town. Many of the live shows the band played before entering the studio was apparently key in establishing their current sound, which they laid down big parts of in the studio setting.
Inspirations of the band apparently include those epic buildups that Sonic Youth are know for or perhaps the tremolo guitars of My Bloody Valentire as well as the fuzzed out pop from Dinosaur Jr and Superchunk, some of our favorites as well.
[via Ghost Town]Sundrench HypeMachine
A few days hence Brooklyn band MY BODY, released a remix of their track “BKNY pt. 2” done by another amazing Brooklyn group Zula. Zula took the one minute long track and expanded on it, creating a slowly evolving four minute beautiful landscape that switches halfway into Zula’s classic sound, filled with grounding live drums and accented psych guitar riffs, resolving into a dancey, energetic, and uplifting feel.
This spring MY BODY released the Six Wives EP, and features the original version of “BKNY pt. 2” The EP was inspired by Steven Milhauser’s short story “Thirteen Wives” which we were told is an allegorical short story illustrating the multi-dimensionality that one person can have while in love. The group is now releasing new remixes of each track of the EP, done by some of their favorite artists. They are extremely excited to play with the connections between their songs and “Thirteen Wives” while writing the EP, and reportedly are feeling mighty rewarded to see some of their favorite artists expand the potential meaning between both works even further.BKNY pt.2 (Zula remix) HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: holidays, board games, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons!Songs played
- Steady Hussle – Blindly Optimistic – from Toronto, ON – source
- Leo Bowers – Born Of Love – from Colombus, OH – source
- Publisher – Empty Hands – from Edinburgh, Scotland – source
- Cortland Goffena – The Numbers Game – from Chadron, NE – source
- Devon Elizabeth – If Only – from Charlotte, NC – source
- Leeroy ThreeKings – Wish Upon A Star – from Overpelt, Germany – source
- Heifervescent – Messing With The Envelope – from Southport, England – source
- Desda La Caverna – Don’t Worry No More – from Malaga, Spain – source
- Thanks to our supporters in July: Yannick, JonTheNiceGuy, SteveB, vinzv, and others
- London Podcrawl 2015 will be on Saturday 12 September – Facebook Event
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Last week, I got to do one of my rare live electronic sets for fusion dancers here in Durham, NC. You can stream the entire set on my Mixcloud page:
Sadly, I can’t put that mix on the podcast feed, as it contains a few remixes and mashups of major label songs, including one particularly famous song that I enjoyed remixing quite a bit. I also did a bit of live mixing in that set, which got a decidedly… mixed reaction. One of these days, I’ll fiddle with Traktor DJ for the podcast.
This week’s podcast mix contains a few tracks I might have to work into future fusion sets, especially this Gavin Turek tune that leads off the show…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #314:
- (00:16) Gavin Turek, “Hemisphere” Buy from: iTunes
- (05:02) Liminal Drifter (feat. Chloe March), “Troubled Mystic” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (11:08) Wermonster, “Elephants” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (15:33) Mojo Rising, “Sunday” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (21:20) Catching Flies, “Quiet Nights” Free download from: Bandcamp
- (25:01) Tijani, “Breathe Out” Buy from: iTunes
- (28:48) Tim Angrave, “Refined Interjection” Buy from: iTunes
- (34:58) Minor Rain, “Cave Drops” Buy from: iTunes
- (39:55) Manu Delago, “Drumheart (feat. Anil Sebastian)” Buy from: iTunes
- (44:03) Noom Cafe, “City Lights” Buy from: iTunes
- (49:09) Natalie Walker, “Deja Vu” Buy from: iTunes
- (56:19) kp., “Never On”
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below.
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- Scissortooth: 10:30 (from “Novagomorrah”, Vancouver, Canada, Galy Records, Asher)
- Witchsorrow: Made of The Void (from “No Light, Only Fire”, Hampshire, UK, Candlelight) 18 September 2015
- Sonick Plague: I Don’t Want to Relax (from “Sonick Plague”, Hartford, USA, Pavement Music, Clawhammer)
- Palinopsia: Silt (from “Murmurs From the Well Nothing More”, Vermont, USA)
- Guards of May: The Observer (from “Future Eyes”, Brisbane, Australia, Collision Course)
- These Hands Conspire: The Beast Cometh (from “Sword of Korhan”, Berlin, Germany)
- The Green River Burial: Armilus (from “Blight”, Frankfurt, Germany, Impericon Records, Clawhammer)
- Ego Fall: Wind The Horn (from “Mongol Metal”, Japan)
- Tengger Cavalry: War Horse (from “Mongol Metal”, New York, USA)
- Nine Treasures: Sonsii (from “Mongol Metal”, Hailer, China)
- False Flag: Nest of Vipers (from “Nest of Vipers”, Calgary, Canada)
- Deepshade: Haven’t Said a Word (Wigan, UK)
- Death Dependent: Hate (from “Sacrifice for The Cross”, Bunbury, Western Australia)
- Barrows: Child of Matricide (from “Swine Race”, Medicine Hat, Canada)
- Indonesia: Grand Dramatic Overture (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)
- InAeona: Leader (from “Force Rise The Sun”, Boston, USA)
- To The Pain: Seven (from “7”, New York, USA)
- Deathrite: Circle of Destruction (from “Revelation of Chaos”, Dresden, Germany, Prosthetic Records)
- Baalberith: Shores of Paradise (from “Hammer Smashed Faith”, Lincoln, UK)
- Fallen Angels: Forsaken Existence (from “World in Decay” Seattle, USA, Asher Records)
Dazy Crown is a project started by song-writer, multi-instrumentalist, and self-producing musician Thomas Little – hailing from the small town of Newmarket Ontario in Canada. Inspired by both the classic and modern sounds of surf/garage rock, Dazy Crown combines a retro lo-fi sound and ditches the acoustic guitar, bringing in a vintage sound while focusing on political themes rather than personal worries and woes. Perfect Dream is his debut single, an outstanding new effort from the nineteen year old now apparently based out of Norwich in the UK.
Inspired by the likes of Mac DeMarco, Courtney Barnett, Alvvays, and Real EstatePerfect Dream HypeMachine
Once again, DarkCompass is hosting this years London Podcrawl
It’s on the 12th September, starting at 12 noon
Here’s a Facebook Event Page, and, as always, everyone is welcome.
More details will be posted on the events page.
We’ll be having some great talk, food and drink from some of the nicest places in the centre of London.
If you want, follow us on Twitter with the hashtag of #podcrawl
“moduS ponY is an independent experimental musician/producer out of Hawthorne California. moduS ponY straddles the line between intellectual and visceral, creating music that is at once groovy, catchy, and a little weird.” [Bio]
Justin took on the challenge of a 14 hour drive home on Monday, but luckily I was back from holiday, and back in the hot seat! Tune in for tonnes of new music, free features and yours truly.The Playlist: Title Album Artist Bitter Together Old Bohemia Loose Ends Euriah SILVER – Weakless SILVER To Get By Songs For Oxjam Aspen Dance to the Music in My Head Amanda Easton Like This Triton Taylor Black Satin Ethereal Foxy & The Hares Minimum Wages Shooze Will You Love Again Mark Hole Down The Prologue EP Ruby May Spencer Seeing Red (Radio Edit) Shamanaid My Baby If I Stay Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Borderline Rise Up The Sun EP Dancing Years Run For Those Hills, Babe. Bolu Tom Rosenthal Giraffe Junkie Keston Cobblers Club Things I Do Frank Hamilton Too Cool Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Sky Holding You The BearFox Sicky Song Its A Free Country – EP Alex Blood & The Diggers Animal Fair Animal Fair EP Little Brother Eli What Will You Do When They Break Woodditton Wives Club Alex Highton Drifting The Wood Alex Hulme The End Natasha North
See you next week!
With Jettison Tape, Brooklyn-based musician Dave Fischoff has taken disparate elements from his musical past and melded them into a cohesive whole: the debut album, Second Sleep. We featured his excellent track “Ghostboxes” previously and after paying a return visit were quickly lulled and charmed by the dreamlike sounds of “Paraffin”, also on this newest effort, Second Sleep.
Recorded entirely in a Bed-Stuy apartment, the music on Second Sleep wasn’t apparently originally conceived as an album. The first pieces Fischoff produced, started off as simple musical doodles – little ideas he came up with between film scoring gigs. “Even when I wasn’t working on other people’s projects, I still wanted to make music,” Fischoff says. “And working without constraints, without the notion that anyone would even hear this stuff, left me completely free to experiment, to follow the sounds wherever they wanted to go.”Paraffin HypeMachine
Please note the welcome return of the prominent cowbell in this release.