The band plans on getting together to play the songs for the first time live in California in the fall of 2015. In the meantime, they’ve already begun the process of recording their second record, in the same manner as the first, with Bree recording melodies and demos on her phone in California, while Dylan, Marc, and Guy work on the lyrics and music back East. It might not be the simplest way to do things, but the music is magical, and it works for Cape Snow.
Music for this week’s show has been provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Nick Tann of Is This Thing On Podcast
Episode number 135 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Ten tracks from UK Artists, all of which have been previously played on the Daily Dose, so are available to download for free. Download links in the notes below.
Recording Date: 02 August 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- Room1fourteen – Out There – Download
Zurich/London | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp
- Field Studies – Blomst – Download
Nottingham | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | SoundCloud
- Flash Bang Band – Spooky Action at a Distance – Download
Brighton | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | SoundCloud | Technology Review
- Matthew and Me – Patterns (David Rowntree Remix) – Download
Devon | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Victory Kicks – No Great Shakes – Download
London | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | SoundCloud
- Tiny Cuts – Again – Download
South Wales | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | Amazing Tunes
- Alex Stephens – A Different Sky to Yours – Download
North Wales | Facebook | BandCamp | SoundCloud
- Urvanovic – Warrens – Download
Edinburgh | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Robbie Flanagan – The City Who Forgot – Download
Aberdeen | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp |
- Super Magic Hats – This Last Week – Download
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | SoundCloud
Sightlines is Toronto artist Steve Benjamins 3rd EP in just over two years. Like all his previous EPs, Benjamins plays almost all of the instruments (piano, guitar, synths, drums, bass) and is the sole songwriter. The album was released not too long ago on May 15th with the first two singles released in April, namely ‘We Used to Live’, followed up by ‘Sightlines’.
We gravitated toward another downtempo indie pop song on the album, the beautiful and poignant, Steamroller. We feel that this is one of the best that showcases his range and thought it would make a great introduction here on the Daily Dose. We do recommend you check out the rest of this new EP as well as some of his past efforts at the Soundcloud link below, especially if you like music in the vein of those artists listed as follows:
For Fans of: Bon Iver, Patrick Watson, James Vincent McMorrow, Mutual Benefit, Sufjan Stevens.
[via IMP]Steamroller HypeMachine
‘Antonio Banderas’ is the follow up to Forever Cult’s Winter’s Glow. Following BBC Introducing support, appearances at Leeds & Reading Festival, Tramlines, Live at Leeds, Long Division & shows alongside the likes of Demob Happy, JAWS, Allusondrugs, Eagulls, Brawlers, Spring King and DZ Deathrays, the band had hit the road with a flurry of tourdates in July for their second UK tour this year.
‘Antonio Banderas’ was released courtesy of Clue Records this past month on the 6th of July.
FOR FANS OF: Drenge, Demob Happy, Menace Beach, Wytches, Eagulls, Spring King.Antonio Banderas HypeMachine
Time to get you ears listening and your fingers voting for our Top 10 of August 2015! We’ve got 10 tracks for you to choose from and we can’t wait to see who you’ll make number 1 this month.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists:
- Kevin Sandbloom
- The Infatuations
- The Kickdrums
- Ruby May Spencer
- Elle Exxe
- Foxy and the Hares
- Shellshock Lullaby
- Dilly Dally
The 119th episode of the JTIP in an interval session of mostly rock. There are 2 interval segments at 183 BPM. The BPM range is 110-183. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.
The New Position
J. Jaffe & the Dark Room Band"
More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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This week on The Bugcast: encrypted conversations, misheard lyrics, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Bryan Art – Knowledge Is The Power (One Drop Mix) – from Kingston, Jamaica – source
- Nicole-Marie – If You’re In Heaven – from Kent, WA – source
- Color Out – Anything But Everything – from Chicago, IL – source
- aliveway – Stars – from Vilnius, Lithuania – source
- Lake Of Kings – Lotus – from Reading, UK – direct from Hubbub UK
- Skyler Young – Touch The Sky – from Toledo, Belize – source
- The Way I Am – Underground Memories – from Paris, France – source
- Four – Youth – from Merano, Italy – source
- Thank you for your support in the UK Podcasters Awards 2015
- London Podcrawl 2015 will be on Saturday 12 September – Facebook Event
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- The next live show will be episode 371, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 7 August 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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Hello my lovelies, this week my playlist looks like this Lake of Kings – Locus, The Fierce and the Dead – Magnet in your Face, The Sun and the Stars – Shimmering Light, Foxthroat – Reason to Survive, Vernon’s Friends – Chasing Rainbows , Nick Tann – Love Lies
Have a click about, you might get lucky!
Do you like free music? Of course, you do, and this week’s show is for you. All the music in this set comes from a new free compilation called Sine Music Collection I. To get this compilation, all you have to do is sign up for Sine Music’s mailing list at Sine-Music.de, and they’ll send you the download link.
Connecting with people, and giving them a reason to buy. This is what music should be about, and the labels that understand that are the ones that we should support.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #313:
- (00:17) Sine, “Wolke7″ (Background music)
- (01:38) Boot Cut Rockers, “Your Love”
- (06:55) Setsuna, “Ether”
- (13:08) Klangstein, “One”
- (18:17) Electrix, “Spicy Sand”
- (23:34) Polished Chrome, “Mala”
- (29:05) Gold Lounge, “Only a Dream”
- (34:19) Soulcraft, “The Change”
- (39:18) Tauon, “Burgeon (Short Version)”
- (42:19) Glint, “A Fleeting Glance”
- (47:39) Normandie, “Beach”
- (53:54) Evadez, “Chapters”
- (58:48) Thomas Lemmer (feat. Naemi Joy), “White Room”
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!
It’s day 19 of my full juice fast lifestyle change, and i’m doing great! Just a little post with an update, talk about the amazing customer support at FitBit, and also talk about Detroit Tigers and their recent trades! JUICE ON!!!
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
- Expenzer: Dying T-Rex (from “Kill The Conductor”, Switzerland)
- Zombie Death Stench: Boneless Grave (from “Infected”, Modesto, USA)
- Nordheim: Sailing The Drakkar (from “Lost in The North”, Quebec, Canada, Maple Metal Records)
- Sudden Flames: Gabriel’s Quest (from “Under The Sign of The Alliance”, Quebec, Canada, Asher)
- Valfreya: Oceans’s Assault (from “Path to Eternity”, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Asher)
- Yonder Realm: The Old Ways (from “The Old Ways”, North Babylon, NY, USA)
- Tothem: Beyond The Sea (from “Beyond The Sea”, Rome Italy)
- Sonic Prophecy: Oracle of The Damned (from “Apocalyptic Promenade”, Salt Lake City, USA)
- Thalion: To Hell and Back (from “Dawn of Chaos”, Quebec, Canada)
- Ungoliantha: Расплата (from “Dedicated to all Demons”, Lugansk, Ukraine)
- Wythfilth: Where Nothing Exists and Nothing Speaks (Single Release, Norwich, UK)
- Cold Insight: Silver Night (from “Various Tracks, France)
- Omega District: Perpetual Inertia (from “The Deconstruction of a Universe”, Seattle, USA)
- Elegies: Throne (Single Release, Sheffield, UK)
- Fort Hope: Crosses (And So we Dig)(from ” Plans”, Bedfordshire, UK)
- Of Allies: Fragments (from “Fragments”, Hull UK)
- False Flag: Sacrifice of Solitude (from “Nest of Vipers”, Calgary, Canada)
- Donovan Wolfington: Hxc Punk (from “How to Treat The Ones you Love”, New Orleans, USA)
- The Finite Beings: Spirit Driven (Single Release, USA)
Oh hello podcast listeners! Apologies that it’s being so long since the last show. Blah, blah work, blah blah chronic pain… Anyway, podcast 211 is here now, so let’s not say any more about it.
That picture there is a bit of the cover of John Darnielle’s book “Wolf in White Van”. Is it any good? I haven’t read it yet, but he’s talking about it at the Edinburgh Book Festival this year so I thought I should read it beforehand. I just need to finish this shonky 1970’s Arthur C Clarke sci-fi book about enigmatic aliens that I’m currently reading.
Anyway, what’s in the show? Music! Great music, and bad chat. Nothing changes.
1. SHARPTOOTH – “Queen Of Scots” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
2. Spit-Take – “Hide My Eyes” (Played courtesy of Ice Age Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Ours Blond – “What a piece of work is H.Ford” (Played courtesy of Ours Blond, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. The Mountain Goats – “Song For Dennis Brown (Live)” (Played courtesy of archive.org)
5. Surface Tension – “Surface Tension (single)” (Played courtesy of Surface Tension, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Useless Grant – “The Last Tree in The South” (Played courtesy of Useless Grant, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. the valenteens – “So Thin” (Played courtesy of the valenteens, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Waylon Thornton – “Strange Looking Child” (Played courtesy of Waylon Thornton, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #211
The Salt Mine is a the newest track from London based alternative-folk artist Adam Cleaver, who seems to channel Thom Yorke’s haunting falsetto in parts within, carried forward with accompaniment of the perfect arrangement on his acoustic guitar, complimented by the steady build-up performed by his very talented backing band.
Adam Cleaver is only 24 and started performing on the open mic circuit in 2013 where he piqued interest of Veta Records and began working on tracks with Matt Harris (HAWK). His debut EP Boxed and Braised received some solid support upon release and he is now poised to release the 2nd EP ‘Man or Beast’ due to drop via Veta Records on September 18th.
For fans of: Thom Yorke, Fleet Foxes, Iron & Wine
[via abadgeoffriendship]The Salt Mine HypeMachine
This week we have the privilage of speaking with Holly Mclatchie from the band, Van Susans to help introduce their fresh-off-the-presses new single, “Lipstick Teeth.” Deann Snyder from musicforlunch.com joins us again with picks from her blog, and you also hear Claire’s selections from the submission box during the first part of the show.
There’s a fair bit of banter in this episode – we hope that’s OK with you!The Playlist Title Album Artist Leonard Leonard Fake Chatter Revolution Revolution Violet Wylde Ring Up Ring Up Ray Rubio Red Dress of Reba Microphone SloFunkPump Time is Dying Eva Eva Lipstick Teeth Lipstick Teeth (Single) Van Susans Imaginary Song Imaginary Song Errant Boy Go Get Your Warpaint Go Get Your Warpaint Monsters as Humans Summer Days Summer Days On the Avenue Belief Belief Delaire Too Alike Ny Ep Phonographics Young States The Paper Kites Breathe Again Breathe Again – EP The Kickdrums Castle Greyscale Castle Greyscale Cowtown All the Time All the Time (single) Swimm Give Up Give Up Claws Luck ‘n’ That Luck ‘n’ That (single) Pana Waves Midnight Island Midnight Island Harrison Brome Desire Sore Dilly Dally
See you next week!
~JW, CR and DS
The band play homage to 1960’s West Coast Psychedelia, we’re thinking The Byrds here.
Its a bit older than recent Doses, but this kind of music is timeless.