We are proud to bring you another outstanding Polish artist shortly after the last ambassador was featured about a week ago. Gabrielle Kulka, going by the shorter nick, Gaba Kulka is from Warsaw, Poland and has recently released her album ‘The Escapist’, this past September 8th.
I’m having a hard time following the dialogue on her social sites, but the Soundcloud bio states that she sings, writes songs, and plays the piano, her music falling in area of progressive pop: a motley mixture of styles, from jazz, to piano rock, to weillesque cabaret.
She has written and recorded three albums, critically acclaimed and well received by an ever growing audience, even being awarded with the Polish ‘grammy’ (Fryderyk). We hope to hear more in the future as this is one not to be missed.Download Wielkie Wrazenie HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we look forward to our Christmas plans, and discuss how Psy broke YouTube, plus we play 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Gone By Friday – Smoking Gun – from Queens, NY – source
- I Am Not Lefthanded – Brace Brace – from Dublin, Ireland – source
- Keryas – December Prayer – from Lyon, France – source
- The Mind Orchestra – Nomad – from London, UK – source
- Quietly Concerned – Life In Pursuit – from Johannesburg, South Africa – source
- The Johnny Bemolle’s – Johnny – from Roma, Italy – source
- The Dada Weatherman – Dear Lucy – from Paris, France – source
- Funky Stereo – Funny Life – from Murmansk, Russia – source
BBC News: Why was Psy nearly too much for YouTube?
The 4th Annual HPR New Year 26 Hour Show, starting at 10:00UTC on December 31st! Be a part of it!
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The next live show will be episode 339, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 5 December 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
And before you know it, another calendar year approaches its end. This week’s episode is the last regular show before the 2014 Yearbook episode, which will also be show #300. We approach that milestone with a bunch of free downloads in this week’s playlist, including several tracks from the new Cold Busted compilation Bust Free 17, and some brand new music from the artist who headlined the 2013 Yearbook.
Oh, and if you would like to help me hack the music industry, just go to http://daveslounge.com/musicexperiment and take a few minutes to watch the video and spread the word to your friends. We need numbers to make this thing work…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #299:
- Marian Hill, “Got It” Buy from: iTunes
- Litany, “Look” Free download from: Facebook
- Jan Amit, “Heal (Ficci and Laura Hahn Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- nimino, “A Different You (feat. Alex Larsson)” Free download from: Facebook
- Singularis, “The Secret Garden” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Groovecatcher, “Soul Blast” Buy from: iTunes
- Mojo Rising, “In the Pocket” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Terracotta Blue, “Leaves” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Able8, “Dear Lonely (Ft. Arowe & Che Steer)” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Mr. Echo, “Moonchild” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Blue In Green, “Hadou” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Thomas Lemmer, “Arctica” Buy from: iTunes
- Bonobo, “Return to Air” Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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Welcome to the final top 10 of the year which serves as the year’s top 10 at The Justin Wayne Show! You’ll also notice this Top 10 is coming to the party with a plus 1! Normally, every month Justin and I pick our top 5 artists each and pin those against each other in order to find out who you think is the number 1 artist of the month. December becomes the year’s top 10 as we put the winning artists from every month against each other to find out who is crowned The Justin Wayne Show artist of the year, according to your votes!
I’ve made a lovely podcast of all the tracks of the year back to back for you to enjoy and to help you make your decisions. Please do vote, share but mostly enjoy these brilliant tracks from our artists of 2014.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists
- The Goldenhearts
- The Vincent(s)
- Jess McAllister
- Holly Morwenna
- Tyrone Schulace and his Pals
- The Young Wild
- Keston Cobblers Club
- Sam Way
- Madi Davis
Five songwriters (Scott Rouse, Lizzie Clapper, Jason Vivrette, Ciara McAllister & Sean Alexander) who comprise Hidden in the Sun spent weeks secluded in the California Redwoods to create an ethereal debut album Seven Seasons. Today’s Dose Salt and the Spring is a preview of the album, which will be released January 20th. See the album trailer below too.
Regular listeners will remember that my MacBook died recently and I’ve been having to use an antiquated computer instead. Well, the good news is that thanks to potentially counterfeit spare parts from eBay it’s back up and running! So today’s image is the Mac as it went under the knife… or the screwdriver… So it’s working – albeit with a bit more sellotape than is probably to be recommended.
Music-wise, great indie-pop from Madrid’s Deers (yes, I realised I’m late to the party with regards to their brilliance), a new track from By Toutatis singer Daniel Cochran Middle Eastern project The Belly of Paris, and from Last Battle singer’s Scott Longmuir’s Beard of Truth solo project.
1. Jonnie Common – “Shark” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad)
2. Deers – “Castigadas en el Granero” (Played courtesy of Deers)
3. Beard Of Truth – “Prick” (Played courtesy of Beard Of Truth)
4. The Belly of Paris – “There Was No Snake” (Played courtesy of The Belly of Paris)
5. Dressed Like Wolves – “Particles” (Played courtesy of Dressed Like Wolves)
6. Stephen Otto Perry Band – “Feed The Ghost” (Played courtesy of Stephen Otto Perry)
7. VVHILE – “Wrong Face Wrong Palm” (Played courtesy of VVHILE, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. The Girl Fridas – “Dreaming” (Played courtesy of The Girl Fridas)
9. Randolph’s Leap – “Weatherman” (Played courtesy of Randolph’s Leap)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #188
- Existential Animals: Stalked Vestige (from “Surrealith”, Ohio, USA)
- Mörti Viventi: The Day The Dead Returned (from “The Day The Dead Returned”, UK)
- Transcend: The Enemy within (from “Polymerase Chain”, UK)
- I am Giant: Death of You (from “Science and Survival, UK)
- Tom Fuller Band: Freedom (from “Freedom”, Chicago, USA)
- Buried by Bears: Game Over (UK)
- AvaGrace: Two Years (Kent, UK)
- Manilla Road: Out of the Abyss (from “Out of the Abyss”, USA)
- Velvetine: Last Night (Surrey, UK)
- fubear.: Lords of The Frail (from “Hopeless”, Jyväskylä Finland)
- SSS: Capacity Overload (from “Limp.Gasp.Collapse”, Liverpool, Prosthetic Records)
- Oslo Ess: Midnatt (from “Christmas Carnage”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Nervochaos: Shadows of Destruction (from “The Art of Vengeance”, Brazil, Greyhaze Records, Clawhammer)
- Solefald: Songen: Vargen (from “Christmas Carnage”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Extol: Sting of Death (from “Christmas Carnage”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Deathbed Reunion: Bad Phase (from “Christmas Carnage”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Bornstellar: Wake The World (from “Self Destruct”, North Carolina, USA)
- Wayfarer: Children of The Iron Age (from “Children of The Iron Age, Colorado, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- By The Patient: Ruled by The Death (from “Gehenna”, Copenhagen, Denmark)
- To Be King: Fear Not (Single, Virginia, USA)
- Chronologist: Sky Garden (Single, Boston, USA)
- Zero Down: No Limit to the Evil (from “No Limit to the Evil”, Seattle, USA)
- Handel Und Gretyl: Black Forest Metal (from “Black Forest Metal”, USA, Metropolis Records)
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Following on the heels of their recent ‘Invader’ EP, Manchester UK indie rock four-piece PLASTIC HOUSE have just released a new stellar track in their arsenal, Stockport Syndrome, available through the Soundcloud link below (in addition to several other great tracks).
The band claims to originally be from Stockton with band members: Oliver Podmore, James Lennon, Robbie Murray, and Jake Perry.Download Stockport Syndrome HypeMachine
Today’s Dose is from Lights, the upcoming EP from Los Angeles based The Active Set, due for release early 2015.
Matthew Stolarz – sing/guitar, Francis Ramsden – guitar/keys, Gabriel Grinta – drums, Alen Racedo – bass
Ok, yeah, it’s been almost a month… but the former country former co-worker pestered me and got me to record another episode.. I do need to do these more often!! Catching you up after the Thanksgiving and birthday!
With a few excellent tracks available at the social sites below, Nozart will soon be releasing what sounds like an exciting debut album, apparently his first self-produced body of work that will feature artwork and short stories inspired by the music.
Much of Nozart’s musical foundation stems from his long devotion to jazz, while other important influences include greats such as Son Lux, St. Vincent, Deadmau5, John Williams, Danny Elfman, Stravinsky and Ravel.Download Long Long Time HypeMachine
The 111th episode is pop, rock, alternative, jazz. BPM range: 128-180.
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Torsha Lynn, Jubilee Riots, and The Armory offer up 2 vocal tracks apiece to this episode along with single tracks by Lindsay Mac and Syre & Fresko. The interval punch at 180 BPM is delivered as a jazz instrumental by Shawn Kingsberry.
The non-interval BPM range is from a brisk walk at 128 to a comfortable run at 168.
My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their kind assistance in providing talent for the show.
More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.
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Sometime soon London band Concept 7 will be releasing their new album The Machinery Of Control. They have released the first 7 tracks from the album, on name your price basis, at BandCamp, with more new tracks being added soon.
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Manchester based A Show of Crows have just released a new EP called Act 1. The EP is available as a free download via the links below.
“Inspired by the darker, grittier side of rock n roll, A Show of Crows have been setting the Manchester unsigned circuit alight with their unique blend of dark and dirty garage rock.”
Members: Simon Frain – Vocals/ Guitar Gary Dean – Bass Matt Bowker – Drums/ Backing Vocals
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Desert Ships: Heart Beats (From “Skyliner”, London)
Maxim: Phase Me (London)
Awooga: Tide (Sheffield)
Buried by Bears: Honesty (Surrey)
Kazo: Shoot from The Hip (Stockport)
Solemn Sun: Josef (Bristol)Download
1. The Delines – Colfax (Portland, E. U. A.)
2. Blunda - The Money Side (North Hollywood, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Novembro]
3. Vitorino Voador – Venha Ele (Lisboa, Portugal) [pré-lançamento]
4. Old Yellow Jack – The Man Who Knew Too Much (Lisboa, Portugal) [pré-lançamento]
5. Bichos – 26 de Abril (Lisboa, Portugal)
6. The Savage Nomads – Pinkie’s Little Light (Londres, Inglaterra)
7. a Jigsaw - Black Jewelled Moon (Coimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Novembro]
Comprar: Loja oficial
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Naturally with my part Polish heritage, the name of this group has been a magnet over the last decade or so since I first heard what was likely their debut on My(old)Space. It was just the other day that I stumbled upon and dove through their Soundcloud page finding a diverse range of incredible electronic sampling, including a nice mix-up featuring samples from a track by favorite instrumentalists, Explosions in the Sky.
Today’s feature is in the hip-hop meets world-beat vein with the Polish Ambassador’s incredible sampling skills putting together a seamless track featuring the talents of Mr Lif and Ayla Nereo on the Pushing Through the Pavement album. If you get a chance check out the Soundcloud or Bandcamp pages for a kaleidoscope of great tracks under the name-your-price model. A slew of tourdates are also currently underway so check the official website for the latest.Download Lost & Found (feat. Mr Lif & Ayla Nereo) HypeMachine