Growing up on the Isle of Mull, Sorren began playing in bands from age 11. He recorded his debut album, Island, with Colin MacIntyre of Mull Historical Society, which led on to Idlewild singer Roddy Woomble inviting Sorren to co-write his second solo album, The Impossible Song and Other Songs, and they’ve been working together ever since.
As well as playing and touring with a few local groups, Sorren also produces albums and works and records with a composer for soundtracks to a few different television shows. Sorren’s talent has seen him transcend his own musical projects, having performed on over 20 albums, including upcoming releases from Nashville singer Eliza Lynn and one of Scotlands finest exports, King Creosote whom he is supporting currently on tour.
[via A Badge of Friendship]Download Rows & Rows of Boxes (acoustic) HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we talk about mobile messaging, cover versions, and we play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Kingston Blues – Love Junkie – from San Fernando, Spain – source
- Builders – A Place – from Thousand Oaks, CA – source
- Franklin’s Paint – Till The Morning – from Tomsk, Russia – source
- JekK – Day Free – from Paris, France – source
- Mammoths At Bay – Jeff Notaro-Hearmeon – from Zurich, Switzerland – source
- Hobotwang – Sweet Illusion – from Regensburg, Germany – source
- Ashley – Fuera De Control – from Santiago, Dominican Republic – source
- Nude – Strife – from Paris, France – source
The Guardian: US Cover Versions copyright officeAnnouncements
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It has been a few months since The Woodlands released their album Gems And Bones (we featured the title track in July 2014), and now Samuel + Hannah have released a new EP called Secret Language.
They say of it: “Secret Language is essentially a love album — dreams of wanting love, exhilaration of finding love, despair of losing love. A secret language instinctively known, wistful in its shimmering, and elusive in its capture.
“Built on a foundation of acoustic warmth, the songs also have a smattering of vintage synths, surprising percussion, guy/girl harmonies, and even a cameo appearance by this beast of a musical time machine on the song Beating Hearts Ablaze.” [see picture below]
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Watch out, another Rathole Radio is on the loose. The 139th instalment of the worst murder mystery ever, nobody’s even died yet! But seriously, it’s another episode packed with music, musings and anything else I could find in the studio. Hope you enjoy it
10:21 – More Or Les – Saltines – (feat. Timbuktu, Chokeules and the Wordburglar) [Cosmo Remix] – All Rights Reserved
14:18 – Greg Baumont – The Blue Star – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed
33:11 – T-Bird & The Breaks – Will To Live – All Rights Reserved – The second track from their new album Harmonism, sadly it seems they’ve stopped releasing under Creative Commons. Hear the band discuss their reasoning on Rynothebearded’s recent OO Show.
36:05 – Exitland - Sleep My Child – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
43:45 – I Am Not Left-Handed – Spark – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
BIG THANKS to Tim Gibbon and Evgeny Kuznetsov for donating via Paypal to support the show. Also thanks to everyone who continues to click the Flattr buttons on the various episodes, you keep this show going!Email all feedback and suggestions to – show AT ratholeradio.org You can also find me on Twitter and Identi.ca. Like us on Facebook and “Plus” us on Google+ Next Live Show: Sunday Feb 15th 2015 @ 9pm UK
Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoyed the show. Thanks also to everyone who turned up in our IRC channel at irc.freenode.net the channel name is #ratholeradio. I don’t expect much to happen there in the weeks between shows, but if people want to hang around and chat you’re more than welcome. Don’t forget you can access the channel from a web browser by going to webchat.freenode.net and entering #ratholeradio in the channel text box. Take care till next time folks.
Music Sources and Licensing: A few of the tracks in this show are from the artists own personal websites and don’t contain licensing information. That’s why they are listed as unknown. The individual licenses are listed next to each track, where known. If there is no license listed you must assume all rights are reserved on that song.
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It’s the first rambling podcast of the year… and I’m not ready for it. Firstly I couldn’t even find the cables that would allow me to broadcast live. And secondly I had at least four, maybe five, abortive attempts at starting the show. We got there in the end though.
I also have a new years resolution – if I don’t have anything interesting to say I’m just going to play some music. How did I get on so far? You decide.
1. Sei Yamamoto – “Wild Cat Stomp [Mono Mix]“ (Played courtesy of Sei Yamamoto, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Deerhoof – “Exit Only” (Played courtesy of Polyvinyl Records)
3. ANANA SOUND – “C’mon Tigre – Fédération Tunisienne De Football” (Played courtesy of Anana Sound, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. The Son(s) – “On The Forth We Float” (Played courtesy of Olive Grove Records)
5. Sweethearts of The Prison Rodeo – “Vulture People” (Played courtesy of Sweethearts of The Prison Rodeo)
6. Gleemer – “Workout” (Played courtesy of Gleemer)
7. H. Grimace – “Imogen” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
8. Le Thug – “Basketball Land” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #191
- Gurd: Go For It (from “Fake”, Switzerland, Czar of Crickets)
- Free Ride: Hellride (Direct, Finland)
- Bio-cancer: Bulletproof (from “Tormenting The Innocent”, Greece, Candlelight)
- Bitch Queens: Bullseye Baby (from “Kill Your Friends”, Basel, Switzerland)
- Tripod: Devil Feeder (from “Devil Feeder”, Norway)
- Lykaion: Animals (from “Heavy Lullabies”, Rome, Italy)
- As Animal Eat My Insides: Swag in The Bag (from “Devoured”, Georgia, USA)
- Valerian Swing: Cancer Minor ( from “AURORA”, Italy, Small Pond Records)
- Vanity Draws Blood: Fractured (London, UK, Erin Large)
- Joffel Project: Back on the Road (Helsinki, Finland)
- Siegebreaker: Cold Black Eye (Single Release, Canada)
- Caelestia: Secret Rite (from “Beneath Abyss”, Athens, Greece, Inverse Records)
- Slaughter to Prevail: Crowned and Conquered (Russia, Deadlier)
- Putrid Offal: Premature Necropsy (from “Mature Necropsy”, Douchy-les-Mines, France, Kaotoxin Records, Clawhammer)
- Kolony: Monopoly (from “Sledge”, Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- In this Moment: Sick Like Me (from “Black Widow”, USA, Century Media)
- Solefald: Bububu Bad Beuys (from “World Metal, Kosmopolis Sud”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Ire Wolves: The Ascetic (from “The Ascetic”, Duluth, Montana, USA)
- Unrest: Drown (from “Grindcore”, NYC, USA, Unspeakable Axe Records, Clawhammer)
- Lay Siege: The Illusion of Choice (from “hopeisnowhere”, Northampton, UK)
- Seven Year Storm: Dyatlov (from “Aion I”, Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
- Their Dogs were Astronauts: Chapajuby (from “Earthkeeper”, Salzburg, Austria)
- Khaelys: A Thousand Things (from “Across the Ages”, Strasbourg, France)
This will keep you warm some hot tunes including a track from me that is just screaming out for collaborators SCREAMING! If you want to add a musical contribution you can listen to and download CRAZY on my Soundcloud page by clicking HERE
On with the rest of the show… First was Iris a good no nonsense guitar rock bacd doing what they should with a track called Candle. Mickey Carroll is the kind of guy you invite to dinner who turns up wearing spats and spend the evening winking at your wife! He is also a great blues musician with his own show on Youtube. His new track Slowtrain is just sublime.
Jumble Hole Clough – Cocoa Palace Keeper is like the kind of dream you have after taking prescription drugs, glorious! My Monthly Date – 21st what the Beasty Boys would have sounded like if they grew up in Guildford, easily listenable and instantly likeable. Old House Playground – Stardance Nick Drake channels Elvis singing to a Tarentino film score powerful and addictive!
I also posted this new video on the youtubes if you fancy it
It’s nice to hear another good new band bust out some tight ska and reggae-infused rock, especially when it comes from the nearby Arizona scene. The Hourglass Cats (THC) are from Phoenix, AZ and formed there not too long ago in 2012, apparently with members from all over the place: Germany, NY, CA, and of course Arizona. The group has already made quite an impact in that time-frame with their high energy act, sharing the stage with established groups such as Allen Stone, Slightly Stoopid, Dispatch, Thievery Corporation, Passion Pit and more.
They sent over a few tracks and apparently have created their own unique sound, spanning all the way from desert-driven rock to latin inspired ska/reggae and even Hip Hop. We’ve embedded a great video for an earlier release below from their YouTube page which we think you’ll like. We recommend bookmarking the social sites below for the latest news and to hit up Bandcamp or Soundcloud for all the newest sounds being put out.Download Too Damn Rude HypeMachine
Their debut release was an EP in 2012, today’s Dose is one of a pair of tracks they just released.
Ki:Theory (“Key Theory”) is the alias for Richmond, Virginia based recording artist and producer, Joel Burleson, with his featured track here today remixed by Seattle’s ODESZA – a duo comprised of Harrison Mills & Clayton Knight.
The track delivers quite a nice array of sounds, the electronic palette ever-changing in this beautiful soundscape that is just impossible to capture these days with less traditional instruments. Ki:Theory’s growing success has been seen in the multitude of works and remixes that he’s been involved in, several of which are listed below. If you are unfamiliar with his work, this is definitely an interesting read:
Ki:Theory’s most recent double album, KITTY HAWK Deluxe (Kringer Records), featured a version of Ben E. King’s hit “Stand By Me” that exploded on the scene in a 2014 Super Bowl ad and episode of FOX’s hit TV show, the Following starring Kevin Bacon. “Stand By Me” was also featured in the movie trailer for Brick Mansions starring Paul Walker and RZA along with TV spots for Marco Polo (Netflix), Dallas (TNT), and Bates Motel (A&E). Ki:Theory has also done commissioned remixes for Daft Punk/Tron: Legacy, Kings of Leon, Queens of the Stone Age, Cypress Hill, Rob Zombie, Odesza, Unkle, Rodrigo y Gabriela with Hans Zimmer and Brazilian Girls amongst others. Ki:Theory’s remix for Daft Punk’s “The Son Of Flynn” for Tron: Legacy was featured on the official remix album, Tron Legacy R3C0NF1GUR3D.
Best of all, Ki:Theory original releases are available as a free download at his website below and he’s got a few tourdates still in the mix for those of you in the eastern part of the US!Download Open Wound (ODESZA remix) HypeMachine
The 113th episode is hip-hop, rock, pop. BPM range: 119-185.
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Four outstanding hip-hop tracks lead the way in this highly motivating interval session of the JTIP. EB3 provides the top speed segments with Basically Bomb at 185 BPM.
My thanks to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter and Music Clout for making all of the artists available for our workout enjoyment.
The BPM range is 119 to 185 with the 150s, 160s and 170s all represented.
More thanks go to Troy Warden for his great intro.
At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.
And don't forget our JogTunes App in the iTunes App Store and Google Play. It's a really fast and easy way to work out to the JTIP and to get new free episodes. A couple of taps on the app and you're off and running. I love the convenience when I work out to the show. I think you will too.
I also posted a video podcast episode on YouTube for working out on a treadmill to great indie music. It's called "Sam Page Rocks." Check it out here.
Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.
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“The second song by Gabriel Brox has kind of an alt-Bluegrass feel. Again there is a solid groove and the spoken vocals take me to a place somewhere between JJ Cale, Ray Wiley Hubbard and Johnny Cash. That’s a great place to be if not a little unnerving”.
Hosted this week by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Live Hart – New Day
Monsters As Humans – Don’t Dress Your Kids in Dinosaur Costumes, It Gives Them Ideas Above heir Station
Joe DeVita – Ocean Song
Moving Castles – Launch Party
The Silver Bayonets – Schemes
Ketsa – Walk By Night
Episode number 123 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again with twelve tracks from UK Artists. Note the download links below for eight of them. A very varied selection this time.
Recording Date: Sunday 01 February 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians – At The Pharmacy
Sheffield | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Filter Distortion – Neon Nights
Liverpool | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate – Broken Wave
London | Reverbnation | Facebook | Twitter
- Best Girl Athlete – Talk – Download
Aberdeen | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Monsters as Humans – Don’t Dress Your Kids Up In Dinosaur Costumes (It Gives Them Ideas Above Their Station) – Download
Lancashire | BandCamp | Facebook | Twitter
- The Vultures – The Plague – Download
London| Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Manière des Bohémiens – Place De Brouckère
Nottingham | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Huxtable – Attack – Download
Kilmarnock | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Quiet Quiet Band – Battery Human – Download
London | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- Randolph’s Leap – Psychic – Download
Glasgow | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- The Black Lamps – The Smoking Party – Download
Barnsley | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- The Fleas – Born To Run – Download
Reading | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
Derby/Leeds, UK singer-songwriter EDD SAFFELL has just released his new single, Off My List, a beautiful rapid-fire acoustic fueled indie-pop ballad with folk stylings. The song is possibly a look at the silver linings of a cracked relationship, although open to interpretation. It’s quite a nice first effort with great guitar flourishes, and inspired piano and horn filled accompaniment mixed throughout.
Edd’s live shows feature a full backing band, allowing him to really explore and expand on his musical style. He claims the music is inspired by his Irish heritage but he also added a modern approach to the more traditional folk sound. To date, he has been featured on BBC introducing across the UK and played on the daytime schedule of BBC Radio Leeds.Download Off My List HypeMachine
Hosted by Graham Holland from the Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight and the It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast
Jo Carley and the Old Dry Skulls – Rags And Bones London jocarleyandtheolddryskulls.com Rags And Bones EP available from jocarleyandtheolddryskulls.bandcamp.com
James Bartholomew – Far Away Bristol jamesbartholomewmusic.co.uk
James M Carson – Nothing Is Lost Manchester [...]
1. The Sidekicks – Everything In Twos (Northeastern, E.U.A.)
2. Carl Mendes – Something About Love (Alcácer do Sal, Portugal)
3. Brass Wire Orchestra – Wash My Soul (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. Oxford Drama – Limbo (Wrocklaw, Polónia)
5. Sun Gods to Gamma Rays - A Ghost to Find (Minneapolis, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Janeiro]
6. Great Pagans – So Pure (Brighton, Inglaterra)
7. Sonoi – Micro Coliseum (Chicago, E.U.A.)Comprar: Bandcamp
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.