LA dreampop band Winter just last week had the opportunity to perform at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin and are also making quite a splash when they very recently released their first full length record “Supreme Blue Dream” via Lolipop Records. The LP was reportedly created through a coast to coast collaboration between band members Samira Winter and Nolan Eley, and it appears the two added a few extra musicians to round out their live sound when they were down in Texas.
In addition to this excellent track we’ve also included the great video for the earlier release of ‘Bedroom Philosophies’ found further below. You can find the rest of the tracks from “Supreme Blue Dream” at the respective Soundcloud and Bandcamp links.Download Crazy HypeMachine
Toronto, Canada indie pop band Inlet Sound is described as the musical convergence of passionate folk-rock spirit and atmospheric pop form. 2012 found the band surrounded by and tirelessly crafting ‘The Romantics’, their first full-length record, in cabins and churches with acclaimed producer Laurence Currie (Sloan, Wintersleep, Hey Rosetta!).
A year following the release the band offered up a special download on Bandcamp of ‘The Romantics’ (Special Edition) for free, a really solid album we highly recommend you add to your collection. You can check it out in its entirety at the respective link below.
We’ve embedded one of the band’s last cover tracks as well, a favorite by Canadian indie band, Wintersleep, namely “Weighty Ghost”.Download Saturday HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Daylight savings and dedications, plus our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Aviator Shades – Who Do You Think You Are – from Vancouver, BC – direct from the artist
- Billy Boguard – Chronos – from London, UK – source
- Olivier Bastien – Créance – from Sancé, France – source
- Roy Smiles – Drunks And Dreamers – from London, UK – source
- David Krystal – One More Dance – from Toronto, ON – source
- Melanie Ungar – One Day – from Toronto, ON – source
- The Sway – Feasting On My Friends – from London, UK – source
- Light Among Shadows – Children of the Underworld – from Cadiz, Spain – source
Alex’s dedication on Sunday
Express: Knox and Sollecito acquitted
BBC iWonder: Is changing the clocks a waste of time?
BBC Radio 4: The Clocks Go Forward Tonight
Podcast Awards update – Review Stage now, awards announced April 14
- Clocks go forward in Europe this weekend!
- 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 355, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 3 April 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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This week, we welcome another true legend of trip hop to the lounge. If you listen to this show regularly, chances are you have some Zero 7 in your music collection. Their new single with Jose Gonzalez should be part of your collection, too.
Plus, inspired by an amazing remix of Andreya Triana’s new single, this week’s mix takes us in some different directions in downtempo — a bit of dubstep, some chillstep, and a few slightly more experimental tracks than you might usually hear on this show. Keep your mind and your ears open to it, and you’ll find a lot of great music to enjoy here.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #305:
- (00:31) Andreya Triana, “Gold (Nikitch Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- (06:47) Zero 7 (feat. Jose Gonzalez) “Last Light” Buy from: iTunes
- (10:41) Kevin Garrett, “Control” Buy from: iTunes
- (14:50) Maribou State, “Rituals” Buy from: iTunes
- (19:17) Ialaz, “Go With The Flow”
- (23:08) Jonny Faith, “Neon” Buy from: iTunes
- (26:49) Mr Echo & Padma Purana, “How Long” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (30:33) Costa Cadeu, “Shakes” Buy from: iTunes
- (35:42) Voxy P, “God, I Won’t Sin (Controlwerk Remix)”
- (41:39) Evil Needle & Sivey, “Constructive Interference” Buy from: iTunes
- (46:34) Thriftworks, “Lest You Be Judged” Buy from: iTunes
- (50:37) The Human Experience, “Heavenly Bodies (feat. Johnne Perez)” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (56:57) Natalie Walker, “Skywalker” 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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Enjoy the show!
First podcast of the spring, and it’s snowing??? I chat about the LHC, Tigers Opening day (April 6th!), and more!
- Eternal Solstice: Encroaching Hordes (from “Remnants of Immortality”, Netherlands, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Antagonist AD: For Anyone who Hurts (from “Haunt Me As I Roam”, New Zealand, Life-force Records) 13th April Release
- Ultra-Violence: Don’t Burn The Witch (from “deflect the Flow”, Turin, Italy, Candlelight Records) 20th April Release
- Fingers X’d: Her Darkest Days (Ontario, Canada)
- Misþyrming: Söngur Heiftar (from “Söngur Elds og Oreiöu, Iceland)
- Velvet Six: Lightkeeper (from “Demons Los Divas”, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Somnia: Shards – Pt2: Shadow (from “Shadow”, Israel)
- Deformity BR: Agony Yells (from “AnthroposDeadGoreDisgustingPhagia”, Brazil)
- Invincible Force: Summoning the Black ….. (from “Satan Rebellion Metal”, Santiago, Chile)
- By The Precursors: Aurora (from “Stella Aurora”, Kettering, UK)
- Psycroptic: A Soul Once Lost (from “Psycroptic”, Tasmania, Australia, Prosthetic Records)
- Adelphia: If I Fall (Single Release, Nottingham, UK)
- Cadavers: Rather be Dead (Sheffield, UK)
- King Hitter: Drone Again (from “King Hitter”, USA) Corrosion of conformity new project.
- Juniors: We Swim (from “Barcelona”, Leicester, UK)
- Skeyes: Ethereal (from “Empty Mirrors”, Pennsylvania, USA, Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Utstøtt: Uskadd ved Menneskeheten (from “Hjørunavågr”, Oregon, USA)
- Royal Thunder: Forget You (Savannah, Georgia, Relapse Records)
- Brian Posehn: Metal by Numbers (USA, Relapse Records)
- Captivator: Finite (from “Finite”, Florida, USA,
- The Finite Beings: Make a Decision (from “A Life to Come”, USA)
- Mouth of The Serpent: Bloodrite (Single Release, LA, USA)
This edition of the Discovery 2 live podcast features live performances and interviews from the gig night back in October 2014. You’ll hear blues infected indie pop from Emily Capell, rising Hull band La Bête Blooms with their snarling vocals, distorted guitars and plenty of feedback, Me & Deboe who blend indie and folk, and Rich Stephenson, who puts on a great acoustic show with his percussionist.More about the artists EMILY CAPELL
Emily Capell tells blues inflected, indiepop tales of life’s frustrations and elations. Whether she’s railing against the wrongs of the world, getting a little frisky or inventing a new dance craze, Emily will pull you in and spin you round so quickly you’ll wonder why you ever bothered with dull generic boys with guitars. Her current acoustic single Who Killed Smiley Culture / Plastic is available on Blang Records
“Probably the artist that Lily Allen wishes she was; alternative, witty, current and fresh.” – Sounds XPLA BETE BLOOMS
Hull based 5 piece, La Bête Blooms release their debut EP this month produced by Matt Peel (Eagulls, Pulled Apart By Horses). The tracks snarling vocals, distorted guitars and plenty of feedback accompany a ray energy that the band are so well knows for at live shows. Having Supported Jaws, Pinks and Nightflowers at the beginning of the year, as well as playing Tramlines Festivals and Freedom Festival, the AAA is part of the October UK tour. They are receiving radio support from BBC Introducing & Amazing Radio.
“Managing to carve their own niche in an increasingly crowded revivalist movement…this young band occupy an all-too-rare position in recognising those touchstones, without ever actually ‘borrowing’ from them.” – Jonathan Cridford, One & OtherME & DEBOE
A simple combination of two voices and two guitars make up ME AND DEBOE : a cocktail of infectious rhythms, haunting melodies and clever lyrics is the potent result. Their growing reputation has taken their unique sound to nearly 500 gigs, radio performances and festivals both on an international stage and across the UK. They released the self titled debut EP in 2013, with the single I For You Gave making BBC 6 Music Fresh On The Net: Fresh Faves selection. They are currently touring Canada and America and then return to the AAA to perform tracks from their new EP.RICH STEPHENSON
Born and raised on the rural Yorkshire coast, Rich Stephenson is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. His diverse musical career has seen him pen tracks for E4 Skins, write songs for Bollywood and international ad campaigns as well as support Mercury Music Prize winners The XX. He’s done film music collaborations with Lemon Jelly, live sessions on Amazing Radio and festival appearances at Boardmasters,Beverley Folk and Wold Top Acoustic. He will be promoting a cassette on International Cassette Store day and releasing his debut EP ‘I am Rich’ digitally at the end of October.
“Harmonies to die for… haunting arrangements and energetic live performances.” – Alan Raw, BBC Introducing
Scottish band, Broken Boy started up in 2013 when brothers Stewart and Cam began to write together after flirting with several separate musical projects. Initially, the ambition was to expand their sound into an Arcade Fire style six piece band, but they decided their sound was more suited to a stripped back three-piece indie vibe, and in 2015 the brothers joined forces with drummer Fraser Laing.
With the band fresh out the studio with Chem 19’s Paul Savage (Twilight Sad, Teenage Fanclub). Broken Boy have announced their forthcoming single Just To Leave You, releasing on 27th April 2015 via Canvas Records. They’ve apparently got a new video to join this on the way, but in the meantime check out this rocking single called “She Said” and the excellent accompanying video below, posted last February.
[via A Badge of Friendship]Download She Said HypeMachine
This episode from the archive features July 2014’s Discovery 2 showcase with full live sets and interviews from contemporary blues rock band The Greasy Slicks, fresh new singer Kate Miller with her band, and country pop singer songwriter Alex Hart.More about the artists The Greasy Slicks
They formed in 2012 through a mutual appreciation of traditional and contemporary blues rock and strive to create the songs that don’t sound like anyone else; the results reflect just how unique they are as musicians and songwriters. Evidence of this can be heard on the track ‘Street Queen’ – all seven minutes of it received radio airplay on Tom Robinson’s 6Music Introducing Mix-tape. Their passionate live shows have been described as the soundtrack for “a bourbon-soaked bar brawl” and are where they strive to ensure audiences are captivated by the Slicks energy, commitment and musicianship.
A young singer/songwriter hailing from North London. She has gone from the small intimate local open mic scene, to making a real impact on the London gigging scene. (She was known as “KAM” for this show, you may hear that on the live recording.)Alex Hart
Devon based country, pop, singer songwriter, Alex Hart has played at the Troubadour and Ronnie Scotts, supported Turin Brakes at Lyme Folk Weekend in Lyme Regis.
Last year she released a track with DJ team, Electronic Youth a cover of an Angie Stone track which went to no. 2 in the Music Week Club Charts and was played by Pete Tong (Radio 1). She’s a big fan of Doris Day.
“This young singer-songwriter from Devon looks all set to make a global impact. With her distinctive voice and classy, commercial brand of modern day country music.”
This week’s show includes some great new singles from our friends at Hanna’s Marines and Common Tongues. You’ll also hear a session and interview from The Workshop in Walla Walla with Kit Crawford of Pollen Paws. This Walla Walla native creates some truly unique music, now based in Portland.
Justin did quite an “interesting” job putting the music together this week, so be ready for some jarring transitions between songs. The joys of a truly eclectic music show!The Playlist Title Album Artist Find Me Out Find Me Out – Single Hollywood Principle Take Me Home Kasiopea EP Kasiopea Queen of Chinatown Queen of Chinatown (single) The Controversy Let’s Be Bolder Let’s Be Bolder (single) Hanna’s Marines Dali Plastic House Cajsa Siik New Moon New Moon (single) Common Tongues These Walls Have Teeth These Walls Have Teeth – Single Ginger on the Rocks Lie To Me Lie To Me Elle Exxe Goodbye Old Paint Jayme Stone‘s Lomax Project Jayme Stone Black Flag Black Flag (single) It’s A Bird! It’s A Plane! I See You Hanna’s Marines Interview with Kit Crawford of Pollen Paws Into You, Into Me Live at The Workshop Pollen Paws Deep in the Wild Live at The Workshop Pollen Paws Judy (Feat. Oil My Member) Deep Inside The Lungs Of A Whale The Great Secret Apocalypse Beach Apocalypse Beach Roaming Herds of Buffalo It’s OK 2014 Singles Tom Rosenthal Violent Veins Roulette Emily Wolfe Slipping From Your Heart Slipping From Your Heart [ Single ] The Deadline Shakes Back of the Pack Back of the Pack EP Alex Hulme Tenterhooks The Bullet Birdeatsbaby Helpless Blue Roses Rachael Sage Don’t You Know How Busy & Important I Am Bolu Tom Rosenthal
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Hi all Nick Tann here, once again bringing you the very best from my independent music collection. This week you can hear The Strangler Figs – Attack of the Strangler Figs, Antiqcool – Girl In A Room, Simon King - I Tried, Russell Morgan – Surrender, Ryan Peel – Even If, Sam Page – Hold On, Nick Tann - Never Did You Harm
My tour diary, come and see me!
In our most recent dive into the world of celtic music near St. Paddys we ran into the following self described “folk-punk-rock” eight-piece from Saint Petersburg, Russia, who started pulling off their first high energy live performances in 2009. The musicians adhere to a position of ‘No politics No racism’. The music is best described as thus:
It represents rather a fascinating mix of pirate, sea and port romance, boisterous punk, covers of popular songs unusually interpreted, all of it made rich with a fair portion of folk instruments, flavoured with Celtic jigs and spiced with a decent spoonful of cynical humour. The main orienting points in the band’s music are world-famous ‘pillars’ of the genre: Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, The Tossers, The Pogues.
Today’s excellent featured track is from the 2011 release, “On the Shores of the Baltic” and a taste of their live performance of the same title follows in the video below.Download Shoulder to Shoulder HypeMachine
Idea the Artist is the project of singer-songwriter Inés Beltranena, and The Seafloor will be her second full-length release.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
Now he has released the album “Hoping for the sun” to mark his debut as a solo artist. Check out the other twelve tracks on the album on ReverbNation, link below.