As the rain fell and the thunder shook the sky, I took a moment to reflect on Dave’s Lounge turning ten years old very soon. I’m starting to put together the 10th anniversary mix now, which will be released as show #308 on May 8. Once upon a time, I envisioned the 10th anniversary as being a big live concert with a bunch of my favorite artists from over the years. Alas, I asked a girl to marry me, so I don’t have the money to put into putting on a show right now.
Still, I’ve got plenty of great new music for you this week. Our old friends Dive Index have a new video for their latest single, which you can watch here. Plus, our pals at Soulection have a new EP from a teenage wunderkind that you really need to hear…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #306:
- (00:42) Dive Index, "Scars (feat. Simone White)" Buy from: iTunes
- (06:15) Sam Gellaitry, "Reflectionz" Buy from: iTunes
- (09:45) Q Funktion, "One Day" Coming soon…
- (13:18) Adult Baby, "The Kitchen" Buy from: iTunes
- (18:21) Terracotta Blue, "DreamVintage (Part 1)" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (21:28) Beardyman, "Perfect Waste Of Time" Buy from: iTunes
- (27:25) Sounds from the Ground, "Blink Of An Eye" Buy from: iTunes
- (33:58) Klangstein (feat. Lys Jane), "Sleepwalkers" Buy from: iTunes
- (38:33) Thomas Lemmer (feat. Naemi Joy), "White Room (Gold Lounge in the room Remix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (43:32) Madison Park and Beechkraft, "Words" Buy from: iTunes
- (48:03) Sunbird, "They Accept Paradise (R.I.B & Seven24 chillout mix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (56:48) Quadraphonic Sound Project, "Till Tomorrow"
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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- Defender: Dignity (from “We Don’t Remember Days, We Remember Moments”, Baden Switzerland)
- Vola: Stray The Skies (from “Inmazes”, Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Io: Trades (from “Cap Arcona”, New York, USA)
- Kontinuum: Kyrr (from “Kyrr”, Iceland)
- WhiskeyDick: Drunk as Hell (Single Release, Texas, USA)
- Dead Lucky: Our Prayer (from “Sons of Lazarus”, South Africa)
- Plini: Wombat Astronaut (from “The End of Everything”, Australia)
- And so I watch you from Afar: Wasps (From “Heirs”, Belfast, UK)
- White Mantis: My Favourite Chainsaw (Munich, Germany)
- Khors: My Cossack Way (from “Night Falls onto The Front of Ours”, Ukraine, Candlelight)
- Ad Nauseam: Key To Timeless Laws (from Nihil Quam Vaciutas Ordinatum Est”, Italy, Lavadome Records)
- Arrival of Autumn: Fall in Ashes (from “Shadows”, Canada)
- The 8th Bridge: Twist the Knife (Cardiff, UK)
- Xentrix: No Compromise (Preston, UK)
- Skalmöld: Gleipnir (Iceland)
- Zatokrev: Bleeding Island (from “Silk Spiders Underwater”, Switzerland, Candlelight)
- The Lidocaine: Chicken Cage of Horror (from “Chicken Cage of Horror”, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Cryptic Hymn: Revel in Disgust (Single Release, Kentucky, USA)
- Ninkharsag: Ninkharsag (from “Blood of Celestial Kings”, Liverpool, UK)
- House of Arteus: Trenches of Fortune (from “The Spear and The Ichor that follows”, Minnesota, USA, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Meridius: Speed Kills (from “Meridius”, BC, Canada, Asher)
So last night I went to see Tigercats, Plastic Animals, and Fever Dream at Henry’s Cellar Bar. It was the first standing up gig I’ve been at all year! I was going to go out again tonight and see Stanley Brinks and Freschard, but more than 14 hours of standing yesterday seems to have had an adverse reaction on this old manâs back.
However, earlier on today, before I’d decided to spend this evening lying down rather than tapping my foot to French anti-folk, I recorded this podcast as I walked to work. Yep – it’s one of those outside broadcasts recording on an iPhone!
1. Nixon – “Too Aware” (Played courtesy of Cath and Dad Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Plastic Animals – “Ghosts” (Played courtesy of Plastic Animals)
3. Clocked Out – “Faultlines” (Played courtesy of Clocked Out, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Bad Snakes – “Malas Serpientes” (Played courtesy of Bhang Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Horse Lords – “Macaw (Drew Daniel Remix)” (Played courtesy of Horse Lords, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Trust fund – “Sadness” (Played courtesy of Trust fund, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Under Bare Poles – “Alone in the Desert” (Played courtesy of Under Bare Poles, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #203
The latest inspired single “Promised Land” from St. Louis-based Americana artist Beth Bombara was issued recently on March 5th. It’s the first soulful and spirited effort off her forthcoming self-titled LP, officially delivering on June 23.
Of the song Bombara has stated, “I started writing this song at a point where a lot of things in my life were uncertain. I was just standing on the edge of a dark abyss, being afraid to jump but knowing I needed to take a leap of faith to get to the other side. Those leaps into the unknown are a little easier when you have someone to jump with you. The ‘promised land’ is an idea of continually striving towards that place of safety and happiness. We’re reaching for whatever it is we’ve been told will satisfy us. Contentment, security, spiritual peace, the American Dream, you name it. The idea is out there out there, and we keep searching for it.”
[via Green Light Go]Download Promised Land HypeMachine
Justin is busy drowning in boxes during his big move out of Walla Walla and in Bozeman so I’m driving the force solo. Don’t worry, I’ve got tonnes of new music for you to enjoy along with a free music feature and the first taste of the Top 10 of April 2015.The Playlist Name Album Artist Rebel Poetics Until the Bird Nomad Vessels Stellar Young Wrightsville Blues Moonlight Co. Go To Me Repentance Jordan Klassen Tennessee The Tri-State Series Vol. 1: Tennessee Zach Wolfe & The Coyotes Lie To Me (Eyes Remix) Lie To Me Elle Exxe Wedding Song Longbeach Andrew Morris I’d Like To Remain a Mystery I’d Like To Remain A Mystery The Glass Child Shoelace Session Whiskey Barrel Rocker Judy (Feat. Oil My Member) Deep Inside The Lungs Of A Whale The Great Secret Crow Hill Indie/Rock Playlist: July (2012) It’s A Bird! It’s A Plane! Gotta Take It Easy Dear Lucy Soundtrack Sam King Augusta Stamen & Stigma Casitas Dizzy Just a Little – EP Richard James Stay Right Here Ont’ Sofa Ont’ Sofa Anna Pancaldi You Are My December Big Tree Pingu in the Igloo Tom Rosenthal Cover Keston Cobblers Club Missionary Son Roulette Emily Wolfe I Don’t Care If You Say I’m Going No Lola King & the Kickstarts Honestly Rise Up For Love Sister Speak Already Rich Brave and Alive The Sudden Lovelys We All Songs Of Gold & Shadow Cleo T. When Do You See Falling Faster Than You Can Run Nathaniel Rateliff
See you next week!
-JW and CR
On tonight’s podcast:
1) I use a flimsy looking iPad stand – let’s hope it doesn’t fall over halfway through with “hilarious” consequences.
2) Edinburgh Man Junior sings random lyrics to “The Farmers in the Dell” loudly from the other room. No doubt this isn’t picked up by the microphone and you probably assume it’s all in my head.
3) I have notes! On paper! And I manage to get even more confused as a result.
4) I summarily dismiss the talents of the creator of one of the seminal TV shows of the last century because of the way he ate a sandwich.
1. Adam Stafford – “Atheist Money” (Played courtesy of Adam Stafford / Song by Toad)
2. Kimberly Jean – “My Coyote Ain’t Wild Anymore” (Played courtesy of Kimberly Jean, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Norn – “Balor” (Played courtesy of Moving Furniture Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. the Nervous Ticks – “Purity Control” (Played courtesy of The Nervous Ticks, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. tinmouth – “the ledge” (Played courtesy of tinmouth, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #202
At the beginning of 2014 in January they released the six song EP, Rusted Gold, which you can pick up over at their Bandcamp site below. We first heard of them not too long ago on Twitter while snooping around for recommendations. A post there caught our attention about their free EP, and we quickly rushed over to check it out, immediately loving all six tracks, especially the feature, ‘Winter’. Another great track via video follows further below.Download Winter HypeMachine
The (former) Country (former) Co worker checks in at the beginning to chastize me for not meeting him on his recent visit to Detroit… I talk about Detroit Tigers opening day, Easter, and more!
Show 130 – Lost And Found Down Under - features two tracks from recently re-discovered Australian musician Karen Law (previously Karen Burton).
The rest of the music is from around the world with Jo Carley and the Old Dry Skulls (London), Lindsay Beth Harper (Blue Ridge, GA), Antonia Vai (Budapest, via Stockholm), and James Parramore (Sion, Switzerland).
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2. Karen Burton – A Point On The Map
5. Antonia Vai – Down In The Water
6. James Parramore – What Am I Going To Do
From the album Cinderella, New Wave
James Bartholomew - Far And Away
Theme tune: Andrew Ellis – Blind Mary
This show is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting
It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast Show 130 – Lost And Found Down Under
The band are Joseph Cumbo, Lawrence Falcomer & Adam Troy.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Graham Holland of It's A Frog's Life Acoustic Podcast
“The track’s carefree sunshine-pop melody and whimsical imagery is the ideal soundtrack to summer. “Fairytale Tourist” takes its story to heart – weaving imaginative lyrics and infectious instrumentation into a breezy, effortless pop ride. Karla Kane’s dreamy musings teleport us to a land where anything and everything is possible.” [via GLG Publicity]
1. Peixe – Valsa do Cowboy Enamorado (Porto, Portugal)
2. Robert Meaning – My Mind Is Set On You (Entroncamento, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3. Rebekka Karijord - Multicolored Hummingbird (Sandnessjøen, Noruega) [artista do mês de Março]
Comprar: Loja oficial
4. Ladybug – Florence (Sesimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Abril]
5. Hanni El Khatib – The Teeth (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
Comprar: Innovative Leisure
6. Color Collage- 2048 (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
7. Girl Friend – Monte Carlo (Manchester, Inglaterra)
Pré-compra: iTunesCowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Non-profit DIY punk rock fanzine RAZORCAKE just last month released their first compilation under the ‘Tear a Cognita’ banner, a series of regional music compilations put together by active participants of the community they’re repping.
The first effort is from Salt Lake City, Utah. The fanzine describes the scene there as:
“a small and tightly-knit punk scene of diverse bands and personalities. Each band is starkly different than the next, creating a standard of well-attended and unpredictable shows. Within the past couple years their community has grown more supportive and inclusive than ever”
Tear a Cognita #1 was released on the 25th of March and we’ve chosen one of thirteen great tracks as a sample. Check out more from this band and grab the entire compilation below as a free download!Download The Power is in My Name HypeMachine