“Maybe Next Year is about when you get into that introspective zone and start analysing yourself that little bit too much, leading to you questioning if you’re normal like everyone else. The contrast between the summery music and vaguely paranoid subject matter combine with ‘Take It Easy’s early 20s panic theme to make their new double A-side a neurotic opening salvo for Johnny Kills”
Following on from chaotically unstable and frenetic debut track ‘Take It Easy’ Brighton via London/Cambridge/York band of misfits Johnny Kills unveil the chilled summery sounds of ‘Maybe Next Year’.
Still rooted in the same WAVVES, FIDLAR, Surfer Blood, Bloody Knees inspired garage-indie style, lead singer Timmy Kills’ call and response vocals ruminate on further questions around what it is to be caught between adolescence and adulthood.
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Down the Middle is the lead off-track from Austin, Texas indie pop band TIGER WAVES’ 2016 excellent 13-track effort, “Tippy Beach“, now available at Bandcamp along with four of their other previous releases.
In the spring of 2011, the foundation was laid online between two songwriters—James Marshall in Austin, Reid Comstock in Chicago, and within the year bandmates Tyler Wharen and Joshua Kerl joined the gang. Tiger Waves is a band born of dropboxes, email attachments and CD-Rs and while the two principal songwriters living 1,000 miles apart, it isn’t surprising that the music took on the expanses of the information highway during it’s travels back and forth between the city of Big Shoulders and the Live Music Capital of the World.Down the Middle by Tiger Waves is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) License
Shake Your Halo Down is a lofi indie pop collective from Wakefield, West Yorkshire who’ve released their most recent EP “Casanovas” in March on the independent UK label, Philophobia Music. The fantastic sounding single came out a few months earlier in January of this year. The band also has several other great EP’s going back to at least 2013, all available under the pay-what-you-wish model at the Bandcamp links below.
RIYL: The Notwist, Guided by Voices, New Order, The Boo Radleys, Schneider TM, Built to Spill
[via Blue Heart Promotions]Until Everything’s Over HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Bread, Birds, Butterflies, BHS, and our usual mix of 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Save The World – Circus Maximus – from Nashville, TN – source
- Nick Varvaro – For Now – from USA – source
- CrumbSnatchers – Declaration – from Knoxville, TN – source
- Jokriss – Guayeteo (Dembow) – from Brooklyn, NY – source
- Nicolas Falcon – Big Big Boss – from Houston, TX – source
- Waterpistol – Who But For You My Broken Heart? – from Netherlands – source
- Ryan Cassata – Round Here – from Long Island, NY – courtesey of Novo Management and Publicity
- Three Lucky Seven – The Ride – from Wuppertal, Germany – source
BBC News: Carla Lane’s sitcom Bread and its legacy in Liverpool
BBC News: The troubled world of BHS
Podcast Awards – The Bugcast is a finalist in the Music category
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Glasgow Podcrawl – starting Friday 29 July 2016 at 18:00 UK time in the State Bar, Glasgow
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They are releasing their next album Cotillion Knives on August 12, today’s Dose is from it.
Hip-hop producer and musician C-DOC returned a few weeks back on May 17th with a large twelve track mix featuring members of the blocSonic family, including Badluck, Cheese N Pot-C, D3Zs, DJ Def Chad, Donnie Ozone, The Honorable Sleaze, Marcus J, Tab, Timezone LaFontaine and friends; Enemyboard alum / Hip-HopGods Radio host Flatline and last but surely not least – Kyle Jason the incredible vocalist who you may know from Chuck D’s SLAMjamz and who’s recorded with Chuck D and Bootsy Collins!
Much more from the talented producer, emcee and even filmmaker can be found via the Free Music Archive link below or over at the Blocsonic site or streamable through their Soundcloud page. Reach out and check out all the latest goods below.Kick by C-Doc is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) License Kick (feat. Flatline) HypeMachine
Before I took off for Washington, D.C., for a long weekend with my wife, I recorded this show for last Sunday’s radio spot — a two-hour mix of free music from our friends at Cold Busted Records. All the music you hear in this show comes from the Bust Free series, a collection of free-to-download compilations featuring the musicians and beatmakers who are signed to the label.
If you enjoy this show, stop by Cold Busted’s online shop and download all the Bust Free collections. You can browse all their releases while you’re there.
Be sure to tune into WHUP-LP FM 104.7 in Hillsborough, NC, this Sunday at 3:00 PM Eastern Time for an all-new edition of Dave’s Lounge.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge On The Radio #8:
(00:00) Funky Destination – Feel This Song
(05:22) Green Street – Scotch On The Rocks
(09:33) Astro Raph – Street Talk
(13:09) Blue In Green – Da Funky Beats
(16:08) Savcloud – Colinziation and Her Memory
(21:09) Boogie Belgique – Commodore
(26:13) mister T. – Soul Jazz Experience
(30:10) Akshin Alizadeh – Southern Man
(34:05) Yellowjacket – The Track Of Dawn
(38:21) Poldoore – Banana Hammock
(41:41) Pstgrd – Grind
(45:20) saib. – Breeze
(48:34) Bobby C Sound TV – Rendezvous Avec Moi 2
(53:35) 80s Casual – Fiesta
(58:03) Liberty Klaud – Urban 60’s
(1:01:47) Padma Purana & Sickmind193 – Adicto A La Realidad
(1:05:44) Mr Echo – Moonchild
(1:10:29) Yuri Petrovski – Autumn In The Park
(1:13:55) Singularis – Diaphanous
(1:17:14) FiJi – One Of Girlfriend’s Stories
(1:20:32) Sixfingerz – Man Made Moons Feat. Andres Goris
(1:24:50) Garaz – Dusty
(1:28:11) Ancient Astronauts – Yebechi
(1:32:13) Drop Logik – Dirtboxfunk
(1:35:36) CrackerJack – Colorful Lights
(1:39:38) Mojo Rising – In the Pocket
(1:43:26) Bloody Tadi – Had You Fallin
(1:46:28) Moderator – Ain’t Nobody Change My Mind
(1:48:23) UDM Project – Won’t Let You Down
(1:55:26) Koka Mass Jazz – Smile
- Dimlight: Fields of Carnage (from The Lost Chapters, Greece, Sliptrick Records)
- Tendonitis: Satans Seven Sinners (from Stormreaper, Switzerland, Self Release)
- Fenisia: Wasted Time (from Fenisia Cafe, Italy, Self Release)
- The Alpha Sequence: Photon Phantom (Single Release, Cape Town, South Africa)
- Demise of The Crown: We Are Invicible (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Magnetic: The Day You Left Me To Die (from Storm, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Mirrelia: Relapse (Toronto, Canada)
- Profaner: Prophetic Nightmare (from Wacken Metal Battle Canada, Ontario, Canada, Asher)
- Anup Sastry: Memoirs, Part 1 (from Bloom, Maryland, USA)
- Bowling for Soup: 1985 (Acoustic)(Texas, USA)
The Explorers Club
My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Brooke Zegarra ofCyber PR, Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging, and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.
More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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Comprising of Jake Smallwood (vocals), Jacob Newman (guitar/backing vocals), Tristan Sava (guitar/organ), Henry Sava (drums) and James Bryman (bass/backing vocals), the psych rock outfit have already played to capacity crowds at The Great Escape and Live At Leeds so far this year and with appearances at Dot To Dot and Isle Of Wight to come in the next few months, their fierce live reputation is likely to be enhanced even further.
White Room’s Think Too Much, produced by Theo Verney, is released on 10th June and will be available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify.
27 May – Dot To Dot Festival, Aatma, Manchester
28 May – Dot To Dot Festival, Start The Bus, Bristol
29 May – Dot To Dot Festival, Red Room, Nottingham
03 June – Sticky Mike’s, Brighton
04 June – Goodfest, York
04 June – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds (This Feeling)
10 June – Isle Of Wight Festival (Jack Rocks/This Feeling)
22-24 June – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield (Jack Rocks/This Feeling)
It’s a beautifully produced mostly instrumental song crafted at Sharp’s home in Pittsburgh. We think its perfect for the waning hours of May and if the album cover is any indication, represents the unlimited possibilities of the upcoming summer.
Enjoy and check out all of his great releases below, including the newest in 2015, Woum.Let Yourself Be Huge by Cloudkicker is licensed under a Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License Let Yourself Be Huge HypeMachine
The son of a Californian artist and a Brazilian immigrant, Killion was born in the States but spent his baby years in post-war Eritrea. His family returned to California, spending seven years in Santa Cruz, then moving up the coast to rural Point Reyes. They would eventually leave the US again, this time to spend a year living in Rio de Janeiro. It was during this year in Brazil, surrounded by a heavily musical family, that Killion came in touch with his Brazilian heritage and learned to play guitar.
All the places he has lived and travelled have collectively imprinted in him a unique style of musicianship, lending natural roots to jazz, folk, soul, and Brazilian music. [via Green Light Go Pub]
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Music provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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Gregory D & Company – More Than a Conqueror
Junior Rocket Scientist – Why
Alyssa Sequoia – Free To Fly
Rettward von Doernberg – Be Water
The Blazing Rays of the Sun – Closer
flowers de moon – symbiotic
Episode number 154 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Nine tracks from UK Artists
Release Date: Sunday 29th May 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- Sykoya – Wolf
London | ReverbNation
- Year of The Kite – Beauty Gone
Oxfordshire | Web Site
- Faultlines – Buried
Leeds | Facebook
- Evarose – Provoke Me from Glitch
Oxfordshire | Facebook
- Ginger Tom – Thought you’d Won
Doncaster | Facebook
- Maid of Ace – Stay Away
Hastings | Web Site
- Mellor – Win Me Over from Damage/Joy
Reading | Facebook
- Youth Hostel – Out of My Mouth
Liverpool | Facebook
- The Broadcasts – Western Lands
Llantrisant | Web Site
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica
“We are basically a band of drummers,” says John Dufilho of Dallas-based group, Cantina.
Accurate, but when considering that Dufilho (guitar, vocals) also plays with Elephant 6 co-founders The Apples In Stereo (as well as his beloved solo project, The Deathray Davies), bassist Jason Garner (Dufilho’s friend of a quarter-century) can be found among the throng that is The Polyphonic Spree, and Philip Peeples (the only drummer in Cantina who actually drums in Cantina) is member of The Old 97’s, maybe not basic?
Rounding out Cantina’s lineup is Dufilho’s Deathray Davies cohort Andy Lester, along with banjo player, Marcus Hollar (late of Dropkick Murphys singer Mike McColgan’s punk band, Street Dogs.)” [bio via Fanatic PR]
Dimanche 29 mai, c’est la fête des mères en France, alors j’en profite pour faire de gros bisous à ma maman !
Un épisode toutes les deux semaines, voila un rythme qui à l’air d’être compatible avec mon emploi du temps général : ça me laisse le temps de préparer les épisodes et de les enregistrer sans stress.
Du coup, il semble fort probable que je ne reprenne pas Euterpia Radio Rock, en revanche je vais en intégrer le contenu dans Euterpia Radio.
Tout cela peut paraître compliqué, mais l’important, c’est d’écouter l’épisode septante dont voici la playlist. A dans deux semaines !
- DownTown Mystic – Sometimes Wrong (DownTown Nashville, 2016)
- Maiden Cane – Dead Man’s Shoes (Dead Man’s Shoes (Single), 2015)
- Kevin Bourgey – Plus une minute à perdre (Esta chica, 2016)
- Lauren Strange – Runner (Say Yes (EP), 2014)
- Orbiting Blue – Crimes and Killers (9, 2016)
- Van Susans – Served Cold (Served Cold, 2012)
- Kurt Hunter – I’m Alright (Too Busy Dreaming, 2016)
- Showbiz – Everybody’s got a Chance (Enjoy the Ride, 2016)
- Kerosene Stars – A Million Little Trees (A Million Little Trees, 2016)
- The Corridors – Raindrops (The Motion of the Wheels, 2015)
Introduction musicale : Josh Woodward, Too Many Valleys.
Fermeture musicale : Josh Woodward, With A Whimper.
1. The Blazing Rays of the Sun – Closer (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
2. Malpas – Charlemagne (Londres, Inglaterra)
3. Dylan Mondegreen com Maria Due – Every Little Step (Oslo, Noruega)
4. A Novel Resort – Olympia (Copenhaga, Dinamarca)
5. Line And Circle – Split Figure (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
6. Mind Spiders – Running (Forth Worth, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Maio]
7. Wildlife – Don’t Fear (Toronto, Canadá)
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