Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
Music has been provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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The Bad Years – The Common Mistake (not the other way round as I said on the show), Emily Wolfe – Lion Heart, Sandriver – My heart is an Open Book, The Lost Boys – Flowers, LCD – End of Summer, Indigo Earth - Land of Dreams, Paul Liddel - Monsoon Rain, Scott Turchin – Jah Creations, Sophie Claire – Do Me Right, People – Jackie Who
Episode Number 117 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the Controls. Another six great tracks from UK artists.
Rating: Work Safe
Daveit Ferris: This is Your Captain Speaking (from “A Taste of 365 Sparks)
Derry, Northern Ireleand
Isolated Atoms: Feels like Forever
Dudley, Black Country
Cellarscape: The Same Place (Featuring Anneke van Giersbergen)(from “The Act of Letting Go”)
Sky Baby Records
The Art of Amputation: Distorted Pop Song (from “Californian English”
Orange Goblin: Übermensch (from “Back From The Abyss”)
Touring throughout Europe November – Hammerfest
Evil Scarecrow: Crabulon (from “Galactic Hunt”)
Nottingham, East Midlands
Pledge music, Hammerfest
After seven years, Malmö Sweden’s MOONBABIES are lining up to release their next album coming out in Spring of 2015. In anticipation of their fourth full-length they dropped the double single release “Chorus/Raindrops” this past September 5th, the first in a series of the digital double single issues.
The two tracks in the release apparently showcase a new softer, reflective and melodic side of the Moonbabies. Ola Frick of the husband/wife duo of Ola Frick and Carina Johansson Frick, describes the featured track “Chorus”: It’s got this pulse, effortlessness, and classic melodic feel to it, mixed with 80’s nostalgia & our love for Yazoo/Fleetwood Mac.”Download Chorus HypeMachine
1. Daniel Catarino – Ídolo de Karaoke (Évora, Portugal)
2. a Jigsaw - Midnight Rain (Coimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Novembro]
Comprar: Loja oficial
3. Lotus Fever – Volatility (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. Patrick Joseph - Bound to Break (Pittsburgh, E.U. A.)
5. Blunda - Messages (North Hollywood, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Novembro]
6. Goodbye Heart – Wish (Seattle, E.U.A.)
7. The Doups – I Said (Setúbal, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: NOS Discos
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
London based lo-fi indie rock group VICTORY KICKS have announced that a new record is on the way – The Young Flood EP, arriving this November 17th on the group’s own label Unmanned Aerial Vinyl. It’s preceded by an excellent new single called I Got Drunk (I Called you Up) that comes with an exclusive b-side.
The new record has taken the band 4 months to piece together and apparently there will be more news soon as well as upcoming gig announcements and sneak previews so make sure to bookmark a few of the sites below.Download I Got Drunk (I Called You Up) HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we grok technology advertising and fictional board games, plus we play 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Steep – It Could Be You – from Munich, Germany – source
- Introversia – Sintomo – from Catania, Italy – source
- Cherry Daikiri – Born – from Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia – source
- Go’s Rehab – Three Hundred – from Verviers, Belgium – source
- War Poets – Bits And Pieces – from Minneapolis, MN – source
- Seattle Rain – I Know – from Cordoba, Spain – source
- The Armory – Fortune And Pride – from Atlanta. GA – source
- Sub Rosa Dictum – Bang Bang – from Minsk, Russia – source
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The next live show will be episode 336, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 14 November 2014 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).Special thanks go to
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
Internet Archive for hosting the podcast files
Ubuntu UK Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server
World Wide Indie Radio for relaying the live stream on their own service
Love Leeds Radio for replaying the show on their station
Wow! Such a huge outpouring of listener support since the last show! I guess I’m not talking into the wind after all. Thank you, listeners, for showing your appreciation for Dave’s Lounge after show #296!
I’m not sure if this week’s music selection can top the last show, but that certainly won’t stop me from giving it a try. It does help to have some new releases from our pals at Cold Busted and yet another new Sine Music compilation in the mix this week…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #297:
- Emily Underhill, “Dreamcatcher” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Niia, “Body” Buy from: iTunes
- Klangstein, “Run” Buy from: iTunes
- Eddie Shinn & Quincy Jointz, “Boring” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Thriftworks, “A Fuerza” Buy from: iTunes
- Solar Wolf, “White Sands” Buy from: iTunes
- SAMBOX, “Close To Me (Concorde Avenue Mix)”
- Zac Love, “Lend Me an Ear” Buy from: Bandcamp
- The Warheads, “Since I Don’t Have Anything”
- Lynchy Dada, “Lune” Buy from: iTunes
- Loolacoma, “Time Warp” Buy from: iTunes
- Evokateur, “Space” Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
I’m DJing in Philadelphia next week! You can hear me do a live set at the Gallerie Isada on Friday night, November 14, from 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM, as part of DJX Weekend. Click here for more details. (If you haven’t heard any of my live sets, check out my Mixcloud page.)
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Formed in 2006, Between The Rain is a hard rock trio out of the Bronx, NY. Tim Donlon, the spark and fuse of the band is a rock musician from the Detroit area who traveled to New York City to find the perfect members to complete the band’s lineup. After years of searching, he found them in bassist Victoria Rothman and drummer Xavier Martinez. [bio]
After last week’s show in which I played a track by Schwervon someone tweeted at me to say (admitting they hadn’t listened for a while) that they really enjoyed it and were keen hear more… A quick glance at my “previous podcasts” playlist in iTunes suggest they’re one of the most played artists on the show!
Anyway, this got me thinking. I’ve played a lot of things on the show over the last 5is years. And I’m sure many people just dip in and out, so I thought I should do a show where I stumbled through that “previous podcasts” playlist and played some tracks that I (and maybe you) had missed or forgotten about.
It’s a bit of an experiment – in that the podcast playlist is normally set in stone before I do the show. Doing this requires a technical change which I’m sure will go horribly wrong.
1. Spice Hound Music co. – “The New Sensation” (Played courtesy of Spice Hound Music co., Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Entertainment For The Braindead – “Roadkill” (Played courtesy of aaahh records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Moon & Sun – “Bo” (Played courtesy of Moon and Sun, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Former Babies – “Werewolf” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
5. Eternal Summers – “Dye” (Played courtesy of beko dsl, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Throwing Muses – “Sunray Venus” (Played courtesy of Throwing Muses, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Wounded Knee – “Muckle Sang” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
8. Ana Threat – “I Can Only Give You Everything” (Played courtesy of Ana Threat, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
9. Blood Cave – “Old White Men Should Pay To Speak” (Played courtesy of Blood Cave)
10. Dressed Like Wolves – “Depth Charge” (Played courtesy of Dressed Like Wolves)
11. Lowpines – “Give Me A Horse” (Played courtesy of EardrumsPop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
12. Swearin’ – “Irrational” (Played courtesy of Swearin’, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #184
- Cleaver:Domani Si Muore (from “Leur Sauvage Pousée”, Italy)
- The New Jacobin Club: Angel MMXIV (from “Soldiers of Tha Mark”, Canada)
- Monolyth: My Redemption (from “Origin”, Portugal, Alien Mosh PR)
- Phosphene: Jekyll and Hyde (Chicago, USA)
- Echovolt: Underdog (from “Odds on the Underdog”, Spain)
- Dystopic: Perfect World (from “Dystopic”, Australia)
- Dream Circus: Make Believe (from “Land of Make Believe”, Fazendas de Almeirim, Portugal)
- Blind Race: Hypocrite (from “Come and Get It”, Toronto, Canada, Asher)
- Huldra: Black Tides (from “Black Tides”, Utah, USA)
- Karkaos: Depths of Madness (from “Empire”, Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Beastmilk: Fragile Grip (Helsinki, Finland)
- Shiran: Remain (from “Warm Winter Day”, Israel, Clawhammer)
- Richie Ramone: I know better now (from “Something in my drink”, USA, Stampede)
- Perdition Winds: Temple within (from “Aura of Suffering”, Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Evil Scarecrow: Enter the Knightmare (from “Galactic Hunt”, UK)
- Nero Di Marte: Pulsar (from “Derivae”, Italy, Prosthetic Records)
- Spawning Abhorrence: Bloated Reverence (from “The Cursed Earth”, Leeds, UK)
- Laugh at the Fakes: Killing Time (from “Dethrone the Crown”, Toronto, Canada, Asher)
- Kadinja: Henry Call Mash Yes (from “We Are Louder Than You 2.0″, Paris, France)
- Anguish: Stir up The Demon (from “Mountain”, Sweden, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Hybrid Circle: Trial of Trust (Arrival on Titan)(from “A Matter of Faith”, Italy)
Sorry, it’s been almost a month! Had a busy month! This show, I talk about the Detroit Podcaster reunion we had this week, as well as voting…
Ed Jefferson is a self-taught 25 year old multi-instrumentalist from Bristol, U.K who creates music under the moniker CAMBRIDGE PARK. He just recently issued a new EP entitled Bricks, three excellent songs that are currently available under a pay-what-you-will model over at his BandCamp link below.
Ed impressiely writes, plays and records all parts of what you are hearing, vocals, guitars, bass and drums. Bricks is a stunning debut, with another powerful track in ‘Wall of Waves’ and of course the wonderful single ‘Strays’ which we’ve embedded the video for below. Also, there is a twenty-five second teaser up on his Facebook page for the new video for ‘First Light’, exciting stuff which should be arriving shortly.Download First Light HypeMachine
This week I got to sit down with Reggie Mace and Beth Rahn, the two masterminds behind the wonderful gig nights at their tasting room in Dayton called Middle of Nowhere Sessions. Along with getting all the backstory, they also shared a few exclusive singles for us to play. You’ll also hear some excellent new music we’ve just got our hands on, and we’ll even talk a bit about mustaches. Yup, it’s Movember again.The Playlist Title Album Artist Joey New EP Emily Capell For The Sun Flux Close Talker Now I Know (But I Don’t) No Shame In Playing With Yourself EP Chris Paul Morales Runaway Live Session for The Weekend recorded October 2014 The FrogHollow Band The Darkest Light The Darkest Light Sacred Sound Playground Punk Icarus DRLNG SYNTHESISING (demo) Free Download Elle Exxe Summer Day Charade Free Download Just Walden Slipping From Your Heart Slipping From Your Heart [ Single ] The Deadline Shakes Song Without A Chorus Song Without A Chorus Feldspar Perfect Key Perfect Key Jimmy Ireland Interview with Reggie and Beth from Middle of Nowhere Sessions Light At The End Of The Tunnel Light At The End Of The Tunnel – Single Wily Bo Walker & Kareña K Gang Fight Gang Fight Countless Thousands Lavender Lavender Mutant Vinyl
See you next week with Madi Davis!
~JW and CR
Today’s Dose, by Chicago based Jason Maek and Zaena is from their ‘Visual Album’ Maek Pandamonium, which is not your normal album. It is their debut, and is 17 music videos (totalling over an hour long) weaved together into one abstract storyline. it is embedded below for you.
Today’s feature comes from “Music From the Monastery”, a five song EP (one of the two) released in early 2014. The band is also currently working on a 3rd EP to be released in January.
A live performance of their song ‘Subjective’ was also filmed at the Monastery venue and is embedded below. Be sure to check out their BandCamp page for more from this excellent EP. Other personal favorites include ‘Sea Soul Shell’ and ‘Trippin on Your Ego’.Download The Free People HypeMachine
Today’s Dose is the first single from the forthcoming debut album Ain’t So Young from New Haven, CT band Glamour Assassins, expected to be released in early 2015.
Hosted this week by Matt Brier of Idiosyncratic Transmissions