Angelovski said much of his inspiration and many of his samples come from his parents’ record collection, which contained much 1970s jazzrock and jazzfunk. Its a great blend and really monumental when you can equate a great music riff with some great visuals from an old film, such as in the case of ‘The Good, The Bad, & The Gypsy’ linked to further below.
The album is available on bandcamp, where you can downloaded in much higher quality digital formats, including FLAC, OGG and ALAC.
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After a successful trip to the States with some tourdates here in California, Scottish artist Sorren Maclean has announced the release of his album, Winter Stay Autumn, available on 8th June 2015 via Middle Of Nowhere Recordings.
The album began taking shape in 2012 when Sorren was commissioned by the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow to write and perform as one of their New Voices. Originally written for a 7 piece band and recorded shortly after being performed live and in full, there is a sense of weight and purpose to the album.
Sorren, who hails from the Isle of Mull, has been playing in bands since the age of 11. He recorded his debut album, Island, with Colin MacIntyre of Mull Historical Society, which led to Idlewild singer Roddy Woomble inviting Sorren to co-write his second solo album, The Impossible Song and Other Songs, and they’ve been working together ever since.
Be sure to check out his newest video for ‘Way Back Home’ which we’ve linked to further below.
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My Baby‘s playing tomorrow night at the 229 Venue in London to launch their album, Shamanade, so we thought we’d get the word out and play their latest single, “Uprising.” You’ll also hear some great new artists to the show and plenty of silly banter between Claire and myself about this month’s Top 10.The Playlist Title Album Artist Juicy Lucy Rock ‘n’ Roll Titty Bingo This Is My Life This Is My Life eG Perfect High Spirits Cult Choir Uprising Shamanaid My Baby Holding You Holding You The BearFox It Just Didn’t Matter It Just Didn’t Matter Nick Maas Shoelace The Workshop 2 Mic Session Whisky Barrel Rocker Club Low Club Low (single) Model Aeroplanes How to Win Falling Faster Than You Can Run Nathaniel Rateliff Million Thoughts Little Love Story Lee la Loa Evil PHOX PHOX Come Dance With Me The Banner Days Sampler The Banner Days Bundjalung Live and Solo Blake Noble Drift Freedom Tapes Mathien Cold Dedric Clark Dedric Clark Your Mother One, For Words Keston Cobblers Club Happy Birthday (Dear Human) 2014 Singles Tom Rosenthal Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me 2014 Singles Tom Rosenthal World Domination World Domination David Goo Variety Band Pigfork Old Good Poor Crazy Dead The Imperial Rooster Dying Love Sonata Unreleased Demos CalatrilloZ Baltimore Who Invited Roger The Clintons Takemysoul Nakisha Esnard‘s Album Nakisha Esnard Digital Accordian Unknown Album (05/10/2008 11:5 The Lovely Eggs Dress To Kill Waves EP Charly Coombes and the New Breed Pins Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff
See you next week!
~JW and CR
After skipping a show because of reasons and excuses I’m back with another Rathole Radio. This show features the eclectic mix of independent music you’ve come to expect, bundled with my usual bumbling attempts to introduce the artists. I hope you enjoy it.
From Kevie, the 2nd Glasgow Podcrawl is coming up on July 10th. More details – http://t.co/g5mYgR7MuM
46:52 – Rudy Simone – Dying Star – License Unknown
Emails & Mentions
- Pete V
- Andrés Muñiz Piniella
- Martin Castle
NEXT SHOW: Sun May 24th @ 9pm BST (GMT+1)
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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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Rathole Radio by Dan Lynch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
This week’s podcast is one of those shows which really benefits from being played through a really good pair of headphones. A great selection, which I’m now encoding at a higher than normal bitrate, for you to crank up and jump around to – whether it be in the privacy of your own home or in full public view on the street or in the bus. Immerse yourself in the sheer joy of the music.
Faerground Accidents – She Makes Me Want To Die
The Shy Lips – Bahia Part II
The Slow Readers Club – I Saw A Ghost / Cavalcade
Thank you for continuing to support the independent artists in 2015 by listening, feeding back and buying their music.
Since there’ll be a new podcast tomorrow, I thought I’d better make sure the auto-publishing is working on WordPress!
If this appears after being auto-published at 19:25, the show should follow in the early hours of tomorrow without any manual intervention.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
by Broad Beans
Submited by Rodrigo de Sá of Cowboy Cantor
The artist of the month of May at Cowboy Cantor, Broad Beans, is a quartet of young musicians, all under 25. They have been rocking the most important music venues in the Azores islands for a long time. Now finally the band that is from the same island as Rodrigo have released their first full album. The Farmer reveals not only the excellent musical talent of each of them, as also the fun moments you can spend listening or attending a concert by Broad Beans.
Fuel To Burn
Submited by Ro of DarkCompass
Picture yourself a dark basement, a place between wild mountains and the fjords of the western coast of Norway, the combination of an ancient Norwegian attitude, 70s classic rock and metal. During the WW-II legendary fighter Supermarine Spitfire ruled the sky in these areas, and today Spitfire are delivigering the same supersonic and fire-spitting goods!
by Great White Buffalo
Submited by Matt Brier of Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Indie rockers Great White Buffalo are determined to bring back emotional intelligence to rock and roll. With heartfelt lyrics and hard played instruments this quartet from LA is out to win your heart. "Detroit" is a prime example of their work and is off of their EP Fangs.
The Bait and The Trap
by Mech Wendigo
Submited by Ro of Made In The UK Show
Mech Wendigo is the side project of Paul Terry of Cellarscape. This is departure from his usual Indie Rock/Pop feel, and is part of a soundtrack to a short movie, which Paul writes and records for a livivng.
by The House of Jed
Submited by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
The House of Jed is the solo project of Admiral Twin drummer Jarrod Gollihare. He records his alterna-pop-rock ditties about pretty girls, comet strikes and the end of the world (you know…the usual pop drivel) at his home studio, mostly on cloudy days.
Submited by Dave & Caroline of The Bugcast
"I write imperfect music and hope it lives inside your heart."
That's what Maddy Munsell says about her music.
This track is taken from madelyniris' 2014 EP "Adventures" which is available from her Bandcamp page on a name-your-price basis.
Episode number 130 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists
Release Date: 10 May 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- Jordan Reyne – Shelter (from [Maiden], Mother, Crone)
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Sea Bed – Rosso (from Rosso)
Brighton | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Jon Meadows – Days Like These (Single Release)
Liverpool | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- The Cathode Ray – This Force of Nature (from Infinite Variety)
Edinburgh | Facebook
- Plastique – Quake (Single Release, )
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Soft Picasso – Rebel Pavements (from Whats to Become of Us)
Liverpool | Twitter
- Swedish Death Candy – The Devils in The Window (from So long and Farewell)
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Cold in Berlin – Mysterious Spells (from The Comfort of Loss and Dust)
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
The original track by Chicago’s own Professor Kliq, “Plastic & Flashing Lights”, has been around for ages. He felt it could use a bit of a face lift and even a name change, in light of Patator Productions’ video, created by Victor Haegelin.
Raised in the west suburbs of Chicago, Professor Kliq (Mike Else) underwent a lengthy and profound evolution both musically and mentally. With a variety of names, (Sharp Harpsichord, Quaziteque, Kid Kranium, Professor K), he explored any kind of electronic music he developed an affinity for. With influences ranging from different trip-hop DJ’s like Krush, Shadow and Cam to more experimental and noise-based artists like Aphex Twin and Squarepusher, he combines these modern elements with those he learned from music theory and his upbringing on jazz as well as 80’s pop and electronic music.
Music has always been in his blood: His grandfather, Sir John, a vibraphone and piano player that played with names like Gene Krupa and Tony Bennett, and his uncle, John Jeffrey, jobbing pianist and bass player, doctor of Computer Sciences at Elmhurst college.
Professor Kliq has been making music since 1996 with his first Casio keyboard and a tape recorder. Slowly but surely, training himself to play piano by ear and developing full pieces, the dream maintains an everlasting becoming into reality.” – jamendo.com
He graduated from Columbia College Chicago in early 2012 and now produces full time.
Wire & Flashing Lights by Professor Kliq is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Wires & Flashing Lights HypeMachine
1. Andrew Combs – Rainy Day Song (Dallas, E.U.A.)
2. Jacob Snider – Sing It Straight (Filadélfia, E.U.A.)
3. Afonso Pais – Canção de Enganar (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. Wild Leaves – Open Sky (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
5. The Black and White Years – Embraces (Austin, E.U.A.)
6. Ladybug – Good Fortune (Sesimbra, Portugal)
7. Broad Beans – The Farmer (Ribeira Grande, Portugal) [artistas do mês de Maio]
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Politically speaking, not much has changed about the way Institute exists as a band since signing to Sacred Bones. Having members in Glue, Wiccans, and Back to Back, all fellow stalwarts of the Texas punk scene, helps streamline the approach for them, as all of their bands operate from the same basic ethos. In fact, singer Moses Brown has said they’re only comfortable being on Sacred Bones because he considers the label “a punk label on steroids.” (A note from the label—“Drugs, yes. Steroids, usually no.”
For their boundary-smashing debut long-player, they’ve incorporated everything from acoustic guitars to proto-punk psych excursions, even stretching their songs out to Krautrock lengths when necessary. [via bio]
Tour dates follow:
May 23, 2015: Los Angeles, CA Space 42 (w/ Wolf Eyes, The Holydrug Couple, Antwon, Appetite, Liebestod)
Jun 7, 2015: Houston, TX Black Barbie
Jun 8, 2015: New Orleans, LA TBA
Jun 9, 2015: Memphis, TN TBA (w/ Iceage)
Jun 10, 2015: Nashville, TN 2134 14th Ave N
Jun 11, 2015: Atlanta, GA Eyedrum
Jun 12, 2015: Richmond, VA Strange Matter
Jun 13, 2015: Philadelphia, PA Second Empire
Jun 14, 2015: Brooklyn, NY Palisades (w/ Cheena)
Jun 16, 2015: Providence, RI Tate 2 (w/ Cheena)
Jun 17, 2015: Amherst, MA Dollhouse (w/ Cheena)
Jun 18, 2015: Toronto, ON S.H.I.B.G.B.s (w/ Destruction Unit, Sheer Mag)
Jun 19, 2015: Chicago, IL TBA
Jun 20, 2015: Kansas City, MO TBA
This week on The Bugcast: we discuss the UK political spectrum, the loss of yet another musical legend, and play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Homoanimal – Quemando Gasolina – from Tudela, Spain – source
- Manhat10 – Fine – from Tomsk, Russia – source
- Patsy Whyte – We Are Skittles – from Dunfermline, Scotland – source
- Amanda Lamb – Endless Summer – from Newport Coast, CA – source
- Torelli And The Fuse – Frank – from Charlotte, NC – source
- Anitek – Raining Rome – from Morristown, NJ – source
- Danie Nel – Stone – from Cape Town, South Africa – source
- Light Over There – Where Memories Live – from Minneapolis, MN and Dumfries, Scotland – source
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 360, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 15 May 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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It’s still hard to believe that I’ve been at this podcasting thing for ten years. It’s even harder to fathom how amazing it’s been. Thanks to Dave’s Lounge, I’ve been able to make new friends, meet and hear some immensely talented musicians, travel to places I might never have seen otherwise, and even get a side job as a blogger that managed to rid me of my credit card debt once and for all. Ultimately, though, I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this without all this great music, and certainly not without all of you out there encouraging me to keep this virtual place in our minds open. Thank you for all your support.
Compressing ten years of great music into a two-hour mix is practically impossible, but hey, what the hell? Let’s give it a try…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #308:
- (00:43) Lovespirals, "This Truth (Soulwhirlingsomewhere Remix)" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (05:18) Shanghai Restoration Project, "Preface" Buy from: iTunes
- (08:04) Natalie Walker, "Mars" Buy from: iTunes
- (12:11) Artemis, "Auralei" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (17:08) Bird York, "Remedy" Buy from: iTunes
- (22:37) MoShang (feat. Sonja V.), "Next In Line" Buy from: iTunes
- (26:04) Hopscotch, "Chapter 32" Buy from: iTunes
- (31:31) Urban Myth Club, "So Beautiful" Buy from: iTunes
- (37:11) Evolve, "Couldn’t Be More Wrong" Buy from: iTunes
- (42:07) Joshua Wentz, "Calm Me Down" Buy from: iTunes
- (47:29) Dive Index (feat. Natalie Walker), "Between Sky And Sea" Buy from: iTunes
- (51:57) The Human Experience (feat. Lila Rose), "Dusted Compass" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (56:10) Kawehi, "Anthem" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:00:26) Motif (feat. Naemi Joy), "One More Time" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:04:53) The Atomica Project, "Delorian" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:08:18) Karmacoda, "Epic" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:14:18) Kendra Morris, "Concrete Waves (DJ Premier 320 Remix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:18:10) Cross My Heart Hope To Die, "Wild Side" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:22:07) Vitamin D, "Love May Come" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:25:41) JK Soul, "You Give Me Happiness" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:30:37) The Submarines, "1940 (AmpLive Remix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:33:27) Tal M. Klein & The Disco Builders, "Don’t Look Back" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:36:57) All India Radio, "Far Away" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:40:16) Salt Of The Sound, "I’ll Wait" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:44:03) Eriq Johnson & MoVoX (feat. Marga Sol), "Noname Story" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:49:04) Data Romance, "Waiting Pace"
- (1:51:43) Submotion Orchestra, "Time Will Wait" Buy from: iTunes
- (1:59:21) Permanent4, "By Candlelight" Buy from: iTunes
Enjoy the show, and as always, thank you for listening.
Both singles are from their soon to be released EP Hyperlust which you can pre-order from their BandCamp link below.
Check out the live video of Video Star embedded below too.