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Episode Number 114 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the Controls. Another eight great tracks from UK artists.
Rating: Work Safe
- Cwtch: Freethinker
Cardiff | BandCamp
- Saith: Silver
Swansea | SoundCloud
- Of Empires: Gimme What I Need
Brighton / Guernsey | Facebook
- Twin Wild: Fears
London | Web Site
- DeadAudioSaints: The Purge
Sheffield | ReverbNation
- Vault of Eagles: Spoonfed Dead
Kidderminster | Web Site
- Artisfiction: What Do You Need?
North Wales | BandCamp
- Mark Morriss: This is the lie (and thats the truth)
Hounslow | Web Site
Water or Concrete is the new single from Sydney solo artist Setec (aka Joshua Gibbs), a taste of his upcoming full-length debut album Brittle As Bones, which released in August and is recommended for fans of Jonti, Baths and Bon Iver.
On this full-length debut, Setec utilises found-sound percussion alongside looped acoustic instruments, fading samples and wailing, cascading layers of his own voice to create a unique, headphone-focused sonic universe any music lover will find easy to inhabit.Download Water or Concrete HypeMachine
1. Tango Alpha Tango – Boom Boom (Portland, E.U.A.)
2. Karpa - Anjo (Lisboa, Portugal) [artista do mês de Setembro]
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3. Will Phalen - Shadow People (Chicago, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Setembro]
4. Atua – Animais (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Yonder – Bellwhether (Seattle, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
6. Sun Valley Gun Club – Hey Collapser (Oakland, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
7. Johan Rodrigues – Life On A Video (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Cassette Store Day! What’s that all about then? I’m not entirely sure but I seem to have finished the day having bought more cassettes that I had done in the previous year. It’s a special outside broadcast podcast as the Edinburgh Man family make the trek from the south west of Edinburgh to Stockbridge in the north to purchase some crazy limited cassettes from Vox Box Records.
Experimental recording techniques, lo-fi audio, and “found sounds” ahoy in this show. Featuring guest appearances by Darren from Vox Box and, who knows, maybe even Edinburgh Man Junior.
1. Boygirlanimalcolour – “Cabletie” (Played courtesy of Scottish Fiction)
2. ColeFord – “Our Hearts” (Played courtesy of Secret Editions)
3. Jo Mango – “Evermore (The Cormorant Remix)” (Played courtesy of Olive Grove Records)
4. Townhouse Woods – “Cricket Hymn, Pt. I” (Played courtesy of Townhouse Woods, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. The Last Battle – “Giving Up (Demo)” (Played courtesy of The Last Battle)
6. Yusuf Azak – “Fuel (Piano Version)” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
7. Gone Wishing – “The Watchers” (Played courtesy of Scottish Fiction)
8. KEEL HER – “Other World” (Played courtesy of KEEL HER, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #179
Todays spotlight is a follow-up to their last single, ‘Passing Ships in the Night’, and reportedly combines a socially aware and cynical lyric with an upbeat pop sensibility.
We’ve also embedded their excellent video for the track ‘About Love’ further below, definitely another fantastic feature worth taking in after you check out ‘Poor Folks Live’.Download Poor Folks Live HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we park our tanks on an iPhone 6 without bending it, and we play 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Gin Factory – Ghosts – from Reading, UK – source
- Jubilee Riots – Cut The Lights – from Toronto, ON – source
- Josh Woodward – Disappear – from Findlay, OH – source
- The Glass Child – The Fall – from Berlin, Germany – source
- Julia Haltigan – When I Shake My Chain – from New York, NY – source
- Mirva – I Am The Sun – from Sydney, Australia – source
- Dayung – Only Human – from Runcorn, UK – source
- Chaz Robinson – Upside – from Indianapolis, IN – source
BBC News: DJ Travis given suspended sentence
BBC News: UKIP ‘parking tanks on Labour lawn’
BBC News: Apple says bent iPhones are ‘rare’
4chan prank convinces idiots to microwave their iPhones
OggCamp only a few days away!
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedUpcoming events
OggCamp ’14 – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014 (more info)Podcasts mentioned
The next live show will be episode 331, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Thursday 2 October 2014 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).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
In September the finest independent music by Portuguese artists is made by rock, two songs in Portuguese, one instrumental and the opening track that have been making people in the Azores islands real crazy. Rodrigo is actually very proud of this show, as two of the songs you are going to listen are by artists from the Azores islands.
1. Maria Bettencourt – Colorblind
2. Karpa – Aquilo Que És
3. The Walks – Redefine
4. Lucky Lupe – Delay Song
5. Daniel Catarino – Violência e Fado
Get in touch with Rodrigo at email@example.com
What a week! Autumn suddenly arrived and now we are starting to get into prime podcast season where we can download our favourite shows and listen to the wonderful sound of independent music….
This week I play Tess of the Circle – Better Days, Ascending Dawn - Cannonball, The Lanes – The Maze, Oliver Young and the Powder Keg – Own Damn Bad Luck, Azwel – War Against Innovation, Salme Dahlstrom - Pop Ur Heart Out, Nick Tann – Can’t Stop Missing You.
This week, Dive Index returns to the lounge with a track from their new album, Lost In The Pressure, which hits the download shops on Tuesday, September 30. Dive Index’s continues to evolve and take on the character of its vocalists. Lots of good tracks worth your time on that album.
The rest of the mix takes on a very space-y vibe this week, heavy on big synths and unique combinations of sound. If you’re willing to space walk during this one, you’ll find a lot to like…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #294:
- Dive Index “Rewind Your Patience” Buy from: iTunes
- G (feat. Genevieve), “Outer Space” Buy from: iTunes
- Knowa Lusion + The Human Experience, “Lazer Dreams” Free Download from: Bandcamp
- starRo, “Bout You” Free Download from: Bandcamp
- Kalabi, “Air Miles” Buy from: iTunes
- Lokoh (feat. Olga Satsiuk), “Inside My Love” Buy from: iTunes
- Nuage, “Colors” Buy from: iTunes
- Odesza (feat. Jenni Potts), “White Lies” Buy from: iTunes
- 10A, “The One” Free Download from: Bandcamp
- Involved, “Machiavella” Buy from: iTunes
- Randy Seidman, “Fazura (Polished Chrome Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- Man in the Moon (feat. Debora Vilchez), “Another Way”
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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I Told You So is the first single from Billions, The March Divide’s upcoming sophomore full-length scheduled for release on October 21st, 2014.
We’ve played the band who are from San Antonio, TX, several times before, and its great to hear new material from them.
- Sister Sin: Chaos Royale (from “Black Lotus” out 27th October 2014, Gothenburg, Sweden, Victory Records)
- Monolith: Prisoner of War (from “Voyager”, Canada)
- Harvs: Revelation (from “Curiosities”, Australia)
- Sea of Trees: Wasted Potentian (Feat. Brandon Davis) (from “Envision”, Albany, USA)
- Madrost: Universal Energy (from “Into the Aquatic Sector”, Self Release, Clawhammer PR)
- The Van Desh: It Reminds Me (from “It Reminds Me”, Stockholm, Sweden, Barry International)
- Viathyn: The Coachman (from “Cynosure”, out 7th October 2014, Calgary, Canada, Asher)
- Capsize: Linger (from “The Angst in my Veins”, San Diego, USA, Impericon Records)
- Kryosphere: Anthem of a Conscience (from “At Six Feet”, Canada)
- Mercutio: Back to Nowhere (London, UK)
- The Sirens: Reality (London, UK)
- Shrine: Say you Will (Brighton, UK)
- Warcrab: In this Iron Tomb (from “When Planets Collide Presents”, Plymouth, UK)
- Northern Crown: A Perfectly Realized Torment (from “In the Hands of the Betrayer”, debut 14th October 2014, Florida USA)
- Womit Angel: The Witchhammer (from “Holy Goatse”, Tampere, Finland, Clawhammer PR)
- Towers of Flesh: Blind-Worm-Cycle (from “Antithetical Conjurations”, UK, Candlelight, Clawhammer)
- Mirrelia: Nurse December (from “The Actor”, Toronto, Canada, Persistent Heart)
- Anup Shastry: Perspective (from “Titan”, USA)
- Endless: Condemned (from “Realist”, Conneticut, USA)
- Quartered: Violent Love (from “Eyes and Tears”, Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
- Thirteendays: Mountain (Klagenfurt, Austria, Las Vegas Records)
- With Different Eyes: Resurrection (from “Singles”, Poland)
- 1349: Slaves (from “Massive Cauldron of Chaos”, out 29th September, Norway, Indie Recordings)
Following on the heels of 2011’s well received release “Chiasroscuro,” Norwegian band Einar Stray Orchestra is issuing their second album entitled “Politricks” this month (Sep 2014) on German label Sinnbus. The new effort is produced by Hasse Rosbach (Team Me/Moddi) and mixed by Nick Terry (Libertines/Klaxons/Serena Maneesh).
Release dates are as follows:
Nordic Countries: 22.08.2014
An excellent new video for the single has also just been released this month, embedded further below for your viewing pleasure. XDownload Politricks (radio edit) HypeMachine
We’ve gone a bit dubby this week with a couple of artists from the excellent A Quiet Bump net label in Sicily. Boo Boo Davis brings us back to our blues roots and then gives it all a bit of a twist and to start a great sound from Bath, here in the UK.
Allergy – Tonight We Fly (Bath, UK)
Highs – Tonight We Fly
Tonight We Fly formed early in 2014 in Bath, Somerset, and are made up of members Jack Godby, Tom Summers, Ned French and Craig Spensely. The band seem perennially in love with the notion of true ‘indie’ music, referencing a time when the best place to hear British independent music was when it was being introduced (and occasionally played at the wrong speed) by John Peel, back in the days when BBC Radio 1 still saw a value in occasional risk-taking.
Whilst their style may hark back to the ‘shambling’ bands of British indie music’s true heyday, Tonight We Fly’s attention to detail in both lyrics and music is formidable, and cheerfully rewards repeated listens.
Their music is a welcome reminder in these heady times that the ones convictions are oft best expressed with a sad-sack demeanour and an unwavering appreciation of persistently cloudy skies.
The Bath and Bahamas connection?
A belated thanks to Jalal who left a kind comment on the show notes for show 246 a couple of weeks ago to say “Another nice one Clithers” and that he regarded Dálava as a particularly good find and that he’s looking forward to their album coming out next month. I also see that he appears to have a Bahamian connection through WildQuest who run venture swimming with dolphins in Bimini – well, there’s a happy co-incidence. The I’ve been is swimming with a remarkably inquisitive barracuda on a small reef off Long Island, way down at the other end of the Bahamas. It was pretty amazing though.
Diggin In Ya Boongie – D Mac
We See – Voodoo Tapes (Napoli, Italia)
Colonial Blend Extra Bold – Voodoo Tapes
Voodoo Tapes is the pseudonym of Giovanni Roma (aka Blob). It began in 2011 for an irresistible impulse to perform digital dub vibrations. There is no other reason why this project was born over the trance of bass, hi-hat and spring reverb.
This comes from the latest release on the excellent A Quiet Bump label in Sicily.
Thirsty Version – Hotdrop (Madrid, Spain)
Sexo Duro Chapter1 – Hotdrop
Hotdrop was born in the winter of 2004, in dark rehearsal rooms of Madrid”s suburbs, where the irresistible attraction for Jamaican rhythms made these reggae lovers take the same direction. The band grew gradually, thanks to underground jam sessions, summer recordings and amazing coincidences…Long inspired rehearsal nights did the rest. But the road is long and Hotdrop’s story suffered many encounters and farewells, until it reached the stable musical line up that currently creates its mystic reggae-dub sound.
Hotdrop have been busy lately, touring in the main cities of Spain opening for important artists such as Toots Hibbert, Slackers, Baba Toure, Heptones and heating the waves of many reggae radios across the world. Hotdrop is preparing now the tracks of their next album, so stay tuned. They are now presenting their latest record “No barriers”, a vinyl EP full of hypnotic rhythms and special vocal collaborations.
www.hotdrop.es/ (not working at date of show)
Late last week?
Were we late last for the subscriber download last week? If so, sorry, it was my finger. Ot didn’t press the wrong button but it failed to click on the final crucial publish to iTunes button at Libsyn.
Blues On My Mind – Boo Boo Davis (St Louis, Missouri)
Bring Back My Baby – Boo Boo Davis
Boo Boo Davis is a survivor and belongs to the last generations of musicians that write and play the blues based on first hand experience of a hard life in the Mississippi Delta.
He was born and raised in Drew, Mississippi in the heart of Delta. It was the richest cotton land in the South and the large amounts of field workers attracted the best musicians from the surrounding areas. The entire Delta region was rich with blues, but the town of Drew was a particularly fertile one. Charley Patton stayed near Drew for many years and several legendary performers spent time there. Sharecroppers sang loudly to help pass the greuling hours of work and without a doubt Boo Boo developed his loud, bellowing voice based on the singing he heard in the fields as a young boy.
Boo Boo Davis used to play the renowned blues club Tubby’s Red Room in East St Louis with his brothers, as the Davis Brothers. His raw uncompromising blues sound, reminiscent at times of Howling Wolf, has been given a really interesting twist by Jan Mittendorp at Black & Tan and the Blue Acid Team near Amsterdam who explain that:
“We started with recording his vocals and harp parts and afterwards BLu ACiD created a musical background for these vocal tracks. What you hear is a voice from ‘the delta’ running into 21st century technology. Like moonshine, this music was slow brewed in seclusion during all-night-and-day marathons attended only by the two BLu ACiD members and the ghosts of the past, who were eager to have their voices echo into the modern world.”
It certainly works for me.
“Perpetual Calendar EP is the first output for Daddy Lion since morphing from a solo home-recording project to a four-piece band. Recorded one afternoon in a friend’s living room studio in Columbia, South Carolina, the EP’s three songs are a distinct and cohesive meditation on mortality set to music that deftly combines edgy post-punk and dreamy indie rock with classic pop melodies. This EP sets the stage for a new phase in the band’s evolution with bigger changes on the horizon.” [bio]
The EP is released via 24 Hour Service Station. Check out the strange (in a nice way) video below, too.
The bigger changes alluded to above apparently include a new full length album by the band.
- 1 Arthur Lee Land - Cracked Open
- 2 I Plead Irony - Timewaster
- 3 Beijing - Acrobat
- 4 Perma F - Burning Angel
- 5 Courtney Rau - New pair of shoes
- 6 Ken Kurland - Drip drop
- 7 Freds house - Fine life
- 8 Andy Palmer - The Monk
- 9 Arlon Bennett - World of Possibility
- 10 John Torres - Hallelujah
- 11 Shearer - Let Go
- 12 Bonecage - Happiest Song Ever Made
- 13 Joshua Worden - Midnight
- 14 Chad Scott - Good Times Here Today
Just a short month ago in mid-August, former LA based indie electro-pop band Letting Up Despite Great Faults (now based in Austin, TX) released their newest exceptional thirteen track release, Neon. They’ve also put up about four tracks on their Soundcloud page from the album which are currently free to download and send to all your friends.
In addition to all this they have put up a limited run of white vinyl for sale at their Bandcamp page and only have just a couple of Japan tour t-shirts left, so get them while they last. Links follow…Download Wrapped HypeMachine