This week hosted by Colin from The Ourobouros Podcast
Surgyn: Green Heart (Dundee) The Slow Readers Club: Forever In Your Debt (Manchester) Lux Lisbon: Bullingdon Club (Nottingham) They’re Coming To Get You Barbara: Darkest Cloud (Liverpool) Rayne: The Great Burden (Sunderland) Glyphs: The Machine (Brixton, London)
- Khalifah (Analogue Fakir Mix)
- Shadow Warrior
- Singing in Tongues (Dub Colossus Remix)
- Babylon Flamenco in Dub
Nuphlo & Osmani Soundz
- The Stones at the Feet of a Prophet
Secret Archives of the Vatican
- Sofia, the Saracen’s Daughter
- At the Strike of Dawn
“The important thing is to polish wisdom and the mind in great detail. If you sharpen wisdom, you will understand what is just and unjust in society and also the good and the evil of this world; then you will come to know all kinds of arts and you will tread different ways. In this manner, no one in this world will succeed in deceiving you. It is after this stage that you will arrive at the wisdom of strategy. The wisdom of strategy is entirely distinct. Even right in the middle of a battle where everything is in rapid movement, it is necessary to attain the most profound principle of strategy, which assures you an immovable mind. You must examine this well.”
Musashi Miyamoto, The Book of Five Rings
Huxtable are a 2 piece riff rock band based in Kilmarnock Scotland, formed in early 2014. The duo of Jordan Yates and Marc William Brown released their debut release as a mini-album in July called “We Are Huxtable”. The track dubbed “Attack” is from this first mini-album and is very solid effort, hitting a roaring level of musical urgency along the lines of RATM or even Cleft, and cementing their place among bands to watch in this next year.
The duo have just announced their first Glasgow headline show which will take place on 28th February at The Admiral Bar and it sounds like they’ve got a new EP release planned out and currently in the works. Be sure to check out the official video below and get the latest news at their following social links.Download Attack HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we talk mostly about podcasts and music, and play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Fasmate – Jonathan Livingston – from Verona, Italy – source
- Thoola – Unbroken – from Prague, Czech Republic – source
- Jet Fish – I’m A Bee – from Anglars, France – source
- Fall Walk Run – Perfectly Imperfect – from Wolverhampton, UK – source
- Wild Freedom – I Am (What You’re Afraid To Be) – from Barcelona, Spain – source
- Symphony Of Science – Monsters Of The Cosmos – from Bellingham, WA – source
- Y P & Pork – Inga Problem – from Korset, Sweden – source
- Syre & Fresko – Tightrope – from Melbourne, Australia – source
Dave confesses to pinching all of his tracks from the Ourobouros Podcast
The Jazz Cast returns after a 2 year gap
We answer a question from shymega about the feeds on the website
YouTube: Melody Sheep – Robin Williams – Seize The Day
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedPodcasts mentioned
The next live show will be episode 345, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 23 January 2015 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
Today’s Dose by London UK based The Vultures is from their upcoming album Three Mothers Part 1 which will be released on February 9 2015 on Ciao Ketchup Recordings. We’ve had a sneak preview, and its worth waiting for. It is a follow up to their double A side Vlad/Cancer (video for Cancer below) and has been described as “this sensual, sinister and proudly singular record is an orchestral post-punk masterclass in noirish songcraft.”
“The Vultures are an evenly split male/female sextet whose members descended on London from five countries spanning three continents. Comprising three-part vocals, cello, violin, viola, bass and drums, the band bonded over a shared belief that rock’n’roll has become stiflingly dull. The Vultures are anything but, eschewing guitars, synths and digitalism in favour of intense in-the-flesh performance. The group’s darkly gorgeous soundscape is sculpted from a broad range of material, encompassing influences from Bjork to Blondie, Serge Gainsbourg to The Pixies, and resulting in innovative and impassioned alternative songs that are set to contaminate the public consciousness in 2015.” [bio]
Your best independent music mixtape all ready for the weekend.
This week I play the freshest sounds in the independent music spectrum kicking off with a demo version of my track Don’t then this list of lovlies “Billy Bragg meets Greenday” TC Folkpunk – I Overheard Someone Telling Me, followed by “A special kind of smooth” from Eddy Smith – Blood On Your Hands, the kind of rock we really need – an angry version of The Stranglers -Damn Vandals- Mad As Hell, the wonderful mix of Americana and Brit Pop- who would have thought it possible but Bombs - Wrong Side of The Road do it brilliantly, finishing with a kind of angry Kate Bush album track from the mighty Josephine and the Artizans – Let Me Go
All good nothing bad yes?
- Marwood’s Fall: Carry Me (from “Restitution”, Chicago, USA, Music Submit)
- Autere: Lines (from “Amal’l”, Inverse Records, Finland)
- Beyond the State: Guilty(from “Calling for Freedom”, Anglesey, Wales)
- Daylight Robbery: Samarah Never Sleeps (from “Falling Back to Earth”, Birmingham, UK)
- Broken Links: I’ll Run Away (from “Divide/Restore”, Eastleigh, UK)
- EB11: Unexpected (from “Enjoy the Ride, InTune Records, Spain)
- Empires of Eden: Architect of Hope (from “Architect of Hope” out in February, Australia)
- Nitro: Uranium (Single Release, USA)
- Keepsake: Revival (from “Recollections”, Adelaide, Australia)
- We Are The Finale: The Honeymoon Phase (from “The Magic Show Act II”, Persistent Heart)
- Sadai: El La Piel Del Logo (from “6Noches”, Spain, Jamendo)
- Pigeon Lake: Epiphany (from “Tales of a Madman”, Oslo, Norway, Music Submit)
- Divine Disorder: Rusted Libra (from “Garden of Dystopia”, Kuwait)
- Desolate Shrine: We Dawn Anew (from “The Heart of the Netherworld”, Finland)
- All The Shelters: White Sun (from “Chasing Light”, Strasburg, France, Famined Records)
- Violent Hammer: Craving for Flest (from “More Victims”, Finland, Shadow Kingdom Records, Clawhammer)
- The Muted Pitch: Based on The Hate (from “NA”, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Ethereal: Devouring The Forsaken (from “Opus Athereum”, Liverpool, UK, Candlelight Records)
- Ascending Dawn: Simplify (from “Coalesce”, London, UK)
- Ghost Bath: Contiuity (from “Funeral”, China)
- Inherit The Stars: Still Alive (from “Beyond The Beacons”, Sheffield UK, Ambicon Records)
Katie Buchan (aka Best Girl Athlete) is a 15 year old female indie-folk artist from Aberdeen, Scotland. Her father, Charley was the pivotal inspiration to her musical career. Growing up watching her father perform in various bands, Katie had always played a part in offering critical comments for her father when he needed an honest opinion about his songs. Charley began writing for himself just over the last few years, anchoring his style in contemporary Scottish folk, and with Katie’s involvement has begun to veer towards a more pop direction, whilst firmly retaining that folk element.
Talk comes from Carve Every Word, Best Girl Athlete’s debut album, releasing in the United States under the Minty Fresh label. She’s got a forthcoming American tour in support, and a UK release to boot via Fitlike Records on 2nd March 2015.
[via A Badge of Friendship]Download Talk HypeMachine
Had a couple rants on my brain, I thought i’d share… also I managed to record 1/2 of the episode using my Galaxy Gear, it actually worked pretty well!
Show 129 – Head in the SoundClouds – features five tracks submitted via the now discontinued SoundCloud dropbox, one of which inspired a dip into the archives.
Right-click Show 129 to download
42 mins – 41mb
Theme tune: Andrew Ellis – Blind Mary
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It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast Show 129 – Head in the SoundClouds
“Rip-roaring country-punk sextet QUIET QUIET BAND [from London in the UK] have unveiled their eye-catching video for ‘Battery Human’ [below]. A thrilling concoction of raucous aggro-folk, ‘Battery Human’ is the first single from Quiet Quiet Band’s debut album ‘Low Noon’, which will be released in March.”
Claire’s put on notice as Planes On Paper’s Navid Eliot joins us again, although she brings a bunch of great new songs from the submissions box, so maybe she’s still pulling her weight. Maybe.The Playlist Title Album Artist Blood Science Blood Science (single) Affairs A Woman’s Game A Woman’s Game (single) Ella Living in a Dream Single The Revolve Foreverever White Mountains (Final Mixes) Daniel G. Harmann Leave Me Leave Me (single) Skies Where to Exzavier Whitley My Grandfather Could Make The World Dance Auditorium Cotton Tidal Mental Head Valerio Lysander Maybe Tonight Smoking Ghosts Interview with Navid Eliot from Planes On Paper Iron Boat The Ruins Planes On Paper The Ruins The Ruins Planes On Paper The Sun Came Out DemoFest Dayton 2014 Holly Barkem Skyway Drive-In Ladera Shane Alexander Dirty’s What I Like (B-Side) Hamonies with Rob B-side Mark Hole Running Away Beneath the Sky JOANovARC When You Want Me The Art of Loving Jingo
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Walla Walla rock band Chastity Belt has just released the excellent featured single from ‘Time to Go Home’ the first full length for the label Hardly Art, seeing its release date in a few short months on March 24th.
Chastity Belt consists of four friends – guitarists Julia Shapiro and Lydia Lund, bassist Annie Truscott, and drummer Gretchen Grimm. They met in a tiny college town in Eastern Washington, but their story began in Seattle where they packed into a cramped practice space and emerged with their debut album, No Regerts.
Recorded by José Díaz Rohena, the upcoming release of Time to Go Home sees Seattle four-piece Chastity Belt take the nights out and bad parties of their past to their stretching points, watch the world around them break apart in anticipatory haze, and rebuild it in their own image with stunning clarity before anyone gets hung over.
[via Hardly Art]
“Having already established a huge fan base within the synth scene, US-based electro synth pop duo, Crozet is back with a dreamy cover of I’m on Fire by Bruce Springsteen.
“An ode to the ’85 original, the track’s gentle drum beats and smooth vocals work perfectly over a video so effortlessly cool that it looks like it was taken straight from the Boss’s film collection.
“Beginning as a late night musical outlet during the last year of college for John Helmuth, Crozet was formed with the much needed help from long-time friend and musician Sean Lee. Creating an epic wall of sound, built out of huge drums, creamy layered synths, reverb-drenched vocals, and rich guitar tones, Crozet’s musical direction blends emotional John Hughes’ style film scores with an influential synth-pop background.” [press release]
Hosted this week by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Auditorium is the musical project of Los Angeles based Spencer Berger, and today’s Dose is his new single.
Spencer says “When I was a kid, I performed onstage from the ages of 9-12 with a variety of large, sweaty, golden-throated dudes like Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo in front of thousands. Nowadays, I perform by myself in my bedroom in front of my old He-Man action figures. It’s not quite as grand, but it’s less sweaty, and a good deal more cozy.”