Hosted this week by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
This part charts his emigration to Canada, early childhood, return to the U.K., his first forays in the world of professional music and his insights into composing music. Peppered with the tunes that have inspired film makers and musicians including myself. A must for any aspiring musician and lovers of a good yarn,
To find out more about Marvin you can visit his site http://marvinbnaylor.com/
Normal service will be resumed in the next couple of days with a brand spanking new show full of independent musical yummies. Until then, sit back, pour yourself something special and feed your ears with Mr Marvin B Naylor
1. Rebekka Karijord – Use My Body While It’s Still Young (Sandnessjøen, Noruega) [artista do mês de Março]
Comprar: Loja oficial
2. Peixe – 20 Piscinas (Porto, Portugal)
3. Rita Braga – Gringo In São Paulo (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. Peirson - Wild Ones (Toronto, Canadá)
5. The Reverend Lee M.F. Williams – Closer to Closure (Oceanside, E.U.A.)
6. Ladybug – Black Dog (Sesimbra, Portugal)
7. Mr. Twin Sister – Rude Boy (Nova Iorque, E.U.A.)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Originally a 2003 sci-fi novel by Robert Charles Wilson, Blind Lake, the duo comprised of Lotta Wenglén (guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, vocals) and Måns Wieslander (guitar, drums, bass, vocals) derived their band name from the book where in a small Minnesota locale, through alien technology, scientists are able to follow the everyday lives of aliens on a distant planet. The paranormal subject matter aptly reflects the Böste, Sweden based duo’s approach to art, music, philosophy and the perfectly normal events in life which remain perfectly unexplainable.
Liverpool Acoustic eXtra makes a welcome return to Mathew Street’s View Two Gallery this coming Friday 13th March 2015.
This one-off event features four of Liverpool’s best and brightest acoustic musicians in the form of energetic headliner Thom Morecroft, Liverpool Acoustic’s Three Minute Hero (Stuart Todd), country-infused Mark Pountney, and free-spirited Alister Said.
So why not spring into Spring and treat yourself to an eXtra slice of award-winning Liverpool Acoustic goodness this Friday?
- Event: Liverpool Acoustic eXtra, featuring Thom Morecroft, Three Minute Hero, Mark Pountney, Alister Said
- Date: Friday 13th March 2015
- Times: Doors 7.45pm, start 8.15pm, finish 11.00pm
- Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool
- Tickets: £5.50 advance from wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
or £6 on the door
- The facebook event can be found here
- Details of all Liverpool Acoustic music events can be found at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/live
- For press enquiries & guestlist email email@example.com
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 127
To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 127 to download for free.
1. Rob Jones & Rob White – The Boy From The City
2. The Southbound Attic Band – The Girl For Me
3. SheBeat – Freaky Crazy
4. Alister Said – Next Time
5. Mark Pountney – Sorrow Killers
6. Thom Morecroft – On All Night
7. Stuart Todd – Think Of Tomorrow (extract)
8. Three Minute Hero – The Busker
Theme music: Neil Campbell – Solid Ground
“Cheering, addictive” and “powerful” are the words used by founding editor of Mojo Magazine Paul Du Noyer to describe Thom Morecroft.
With tracks that have been featured on BBC6 Music by Tom Robinson (and winning three 2014 Liverpool Musicians’ Awards in 2014), this Shropshire-born 24-year-old enjoys a healthy live presence and reputation in the north-west.
Having recently released his new single ‘On All Night’, Thom, with his accompanying band The Rhythm Section, is currently putting together a new album for 2015.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/1FXBEENZLCg – Here’s the official video for Thom’s single On All Night – enjoy!
THREE MINUTE HERO
Deriving the name from a song by 2-tone ska band The Selecter, Three Minute Hero is a semi acoustic artist active on the live music scene. The brainchild of Liverpool songwriter, musician and award-winning promoter Stuart Todd, Three Minute Hero fuses raw social commentary with an eclectic mix of melodic material; elevating the classic three minute pop song by giving it a subversive lyrical twist.
AUDIO PREVIEW soundcloud.com/threeminutehero/happy-hour-at-the-sunrise – Have a listen to Stuart’s performing Happy Hour At The Sunrise, an ever-popular live song.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/N2csc4n3qYg – Watch Mark performing his original song Feels Like I’ve Come Home.
Alister Said. Born and raised in Bootle and has the scars to prove it! Got serious about original music at a later stage and formed his first band ‘Ohio Rain’ which after staff changes eventually split in 99. Alister was then contemplated leaving the idea of being a singer/songwriter behind, when a close friend suggested doing some recording at his house which ended up being called ‘The Rainy Day Session’ This recording was the push which cemented the idea and the very reason to continue. 2001 Las Vegas was the next stop, quickly forming alliance with major players on the scene the ‘Alister & Crew’ open mic series was born. Also forming a band which had a number of quality line-ups and playing the big venues on and off the strip, Alister had made a name for himself.
Returning to Liverpool 2005, Alister started formulating ‘The Tillerman Concept’ which is a unique marketing strategy for artists in the business of the self being the product. Together with the Tillerman team they made ‘Your Ticket’ happen, birthing a new method of business. Topping the creation with ‘Your Penny Tree’ a charity which would feed from ‘The Tillerman Concept’ and be governed by the people they where set to launch officially in 2008 but unfortunately, Alister became unwell and had to have surgery which sidelined everything. After numerous attempts to put another band together, TAP UK and Chief Seattle being two which where examples of the quality and depth of his writing.
Eventually Alister finally met with Frank and Carl who had just re-opened the Lomax where Alister had played back in 99. After spilling his beans with the pair, it was agreed that on the same page they where. It was almost a year after that meeting when Alister moved in to Lomax hosting ‘The Tillerman Radio Show’ every Friday. This was just getting real momentum when the radio station people pulled out putting the show on hold. Now, after all that has happened it would appear that those who reached out will now receive. Society The Clown is on the wind and The Tillerman Show is already known.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/SebucWSK_fc – Recorded live at the Lomax, here’s Alister performing crowd favourite Mellow Meltdown for Culture City TV.
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by joining their mailing lists, liking their facebook pages, following them on twitter, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland and Stuart Todd on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music alternates between King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water, and Solid Ground by Neil Campbell.
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Today’s Russian-born beats are supplied by Serge (Sergeant Penarlaster) Khurs from Moscow. His innovative and creative music is described as a mix of retrospective sounds, beats and melodies that are “born on the soil of his own feelings“.
The six track release “Retro Trip Train, Pt 2″ was just released on January 26, 2015 via Dusted Wax Kingdom, described there as downtempo, trip-hop and instrumental hip-hop.
As Serge so nicely states, “Beats, Melodies, Peace!”Download Grim Reaper HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we feature Carolines’s selection of the best tracks from the past year!Songs played
- The TenGooz – Mary-Mack (Funked Up Folk Song) – originally played on episode 305
- General Union – Phantom of Delight – originally played on episode 311
- The Johnny Bemole’s – Johnny – originally played on episode 339
- Jet Fish – I’m a Bee – originally played on episode 344
- T Bird and the Breaks – The Clap Hands Song – originally played on episode 343
- ProleteR – Inna – originally played on episode 345
- Rattlesnake Deer – Try Try Try – originally played on episode 334
- YP & Pork – Inga Problem – originally played on episode 344
- Josephine Sillars – February Has a Smoking Problem – originally played on episode 349
- Andy Hawk & The Train Wreck Endings – Temptation – originally played on episode 349
- Boogie Belgique – Forever and Ever – originally played on episode 349
- Sugar Lab – Dernier Verre – originally played on episode 345
- NevadaRnd – 1000 Miles – originally played on episode 322
- Gert Breitenkamp – Can’t Find the Flow – originally played on episode 319
- TheHypnotunez – Swing Me Up – originally played on episode 311
- Fairy Tales in Yoghourt – Shocky Toppy/Visions of Emily Bronte – originally played on episode 319
- Please vote for The Bugcast everyday in the Podcast Awards – find out how.
- 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 352, which will be Dave’s Faves, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 13 March 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).
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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- Drop the Bass
- Princess Monomenoke
- Snake Charmer
- Disco El Khema
Khan El Rouh
- Kecak Calling
- Basmati Riddim
- Digital Nomad
- New Ji-Had
- Africa 138
Sherwood and Pinch
“Spiritual life can certainly follow the pattern one sees in the fake martial arts, with most teachers making nebulous and magical claims that never get tested, while their students derange themselves with weird ideas, empty rituals, and other affectations. ”
Idea the Artist is the project of singer-songwriter Inés Beltranena, and The Seafloor will be her second full-length release.
Hmmm… The podcast is about to start in 5 minutes and it looks like Bandcamp’s website is down for maintenance. Not a problem for music but I sort of rely on it for the information about the bands and tracks I play on the show. In fact, I 100% rely on it and if it doesn’t come back then the chat is going to be pretty thin on the ground. I suppose it’s not as bad as the bands who rely on it for actually money – that’s probably a bit more annoying.
Anyway, this week I have been walking up and down Edinburgh’s canal. Look – there’s a photo of it the other day after it had been snowing. Isn’t it lovely. Sigh. If that’s the quality of the banter you’re in for a tough 30 minutes.
1. Nice Try – “no good” (Played courtesy of Nice Try)
2. G.L.O.S.S. – “Lined Lips And Spiked Bats” (Played courtesy of G.L.O.S.S., Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. The Ropes – “America Will Copy” (Played courtesy of Discos de Kirlian)
4. Lizard Kisses – “And The Sun Will Shine For Only Us (Accordion)” (Played courtesy of Lizard Kisses, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. P.H.F. – “I.D.W.” (Played courtesy of Crystal Magic Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. T-Shirt Weather – “(Don’t) Hold Your Breath” (Played courtesy of T-Shirt Weather, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Geeshie Wiley – “Last Kind Words” (Played courtesy of archive.org)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #197
- Frosthelm: Forlorn Tides (from “Endless Winter:”, North Dakota, USA, Black Work, Clawhammer)
- Amber Sea: Deci(mate) (from “Infantile Vision”, Famined Records, Lille, France, Persistent Heart)
- Hacavitz: Deadream (from “Darkness Beyond”, Mexico, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Unhold: I Belong (from “Towering”, Switzerland, Czars of Cricket)
- Burweed: Lye (from “Hide”, Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Akheron: Chemtrail (Misfits Cover)(from “Coalition of Death”, Bogotá D.C, Morbid Skull Records, Clawhammer)
- Gian: Aggression Unleashed (from “All Life Erased”, Äänekoski, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Iris: Antisocial (from “Something to live for”, Kent, UK, Engineer Records, Ambicon)
- Desecrator: Red Steel Nation (Single Release, Melbourne, Australia)
- Nothing:Always:Works: In It (from “In It”, Portugal)
- Heresy Denied: Deny Your Heresy (Poland)
- Valdrin: Battles in The Medieval Sky (Cincinnati, USA)
- Kadinja: GLHF (Paris, France)
- Where Giants Once Stood: Secrets (Toronto, Canada)
- Warhead: Widowmaker (from “Deathrow”, Arizona, USA, Clawhammer)
- Unto The Lion: The Eye of The Storm (from “Sonata”, USA)
- Prophasis: Indoctrine (from “Boundaries”, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Born Broken: Watch The World Unwind (Single Release, Quebec, Canada, Asher)
- Fear Control: Until The Suffering (from “The Monster”, Texas, USA)
London’s Paul Croker (aka dustmotes) began his love affair with vinyl at the age of 4 when he was given his first 7″ single, his love growing throughout the next few decades in the Hip Hop, Trip Hop and Big Beat movements. During the early years, he ruined a few parentally-owned record players teaching himself to scratch and mix records. From the age of 14 he learnt the guitar, joining like minded friends from school, playing in Zeppelin/Hendrix/Floyd influenced bands, gigging all over the country at pubs, clubs and festivals. Finding particular resonance with Eastern influenced sounds, he experimented with alternate tunings and backwards phrasing, forming the core of his sound. In the 90’s after becoming immersed in the Big Beat scene in London and Brighton, Paul began to experiment with creating Digital based music, finding an affiliation with the use of samples and loops to build soundscapes. DJ’ing in local clubs, he learnt to beat mix and also layer sounds within a live environment.
Now that you’ve perused the great introductory bio, we are happy to announce that dustmotes newest album ‘What We Left Behind’ is out now and its quite impressive. Today’s featured track ‘A Visit‘ really seems to describe and express some sort of tangible visitation. Its quite possible you’ll feel a presence blow-in and out as the track comes alive after a short period of tranquil meditation, definitely a thing of beauty and one of many exquisite tracks on this new release via Dusted Wax Kingdom.
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 LicenseDownload A Visit HypeMachine
After a five-year hiatus, the Birthday Best Awards are back to present our favorite ten songs of 2014, as well as our selected Album and Artist of the year. We’ll share the runners up and portions of the list, as well as a few who nearly made the cut. It’s a great, music-packed show for you to enjoy and to experience the best of what 2014 had to offer the listeners of The Justin Wayne Show.
Oh, who won? Fair question. You’ll either have to listen to the show or head to one of the lists of which the links are located at the bottom of this post.The Playlist Title Album Artist Sleeves Madi Anne Davis EP Madi Davis Everything is Haunted Everything Is Haunted Laura Marie Sons And Daughters (Feat. Liz Lawrence) Sons And Daugthers Allman Brown Waltz With Me Waltz with Me (single) Something Someone I Am Falling Faster Than You Can Run Nathaniel Rateliff If I Succeed Paused In The Moment Van Susans Ego Ego EP Cajsa Siik Berlin Ain’t What It Used To Be The Buddhist Kye Alfred Hillig When You Want Me The Art of Loving Jingo Happy Birthday (Dear Human) 2014 Tom Rosenthal Buffalo Roaming Herds of Buffalo Roaming Herds of Buffalo Keeping That Heat Alive The Longest Journey Sample Answer Brain Cells Many Splendored Things James Dean Kindle & The Eastern Oregon Playboys You’ve Got it All Wrong Taste for Blood Smokey Brights Dancing With Death Trying to Make Sense Jazz Morley Swoon Roulette Emily Wolfe Here’s To My Old Friends Rise Up The Sun EP Dancing Years Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me 2014 Tom Rosenthal Dreams Who Do You – EP Little Brother Eli Apocalypse Beach Apocalypse Beach Roaming Herds of Buffalo Iron Boat The Ruins Planes On Paper
And check out our top lists of Wally Award Winners! A great place to find some stellar new music.
See you next week!
~JW and CR
LP copies of Work The Circuits packaged in custom sleeves created by hacked pen plotter programmed using album’s audio waveforms. See video below.
Using CURL, non-silently.
Apologies – I appear to have been hit by the dreaded WordPress ‘Missed Schedule’ bug where scheduled posts fail to publish at the specified time.
Unfortunately, I was so busy today I forgot to check on whether TFL had published at 5.30am this morning and only remembered tonight. And when I did, Show 287 was MIA…. I’ve rectified that now by manually publishing it so it’s now available to the world!
I’m trying a temporary solution via CRON job on my web hosting for now – and if this post gets published I’ll know that it has worked and will be ready for the next TFL show’s publication date.
Until then – cheerio!
Hopefully the torrential rain outside the window at Edinburgh Man towers doesn’t get picked up by the microphone on this week’s Tuesday night podcast. It’s been snowy, cold, sunny (for a short while at least), sleety and rainy today. I was supposed to pick up the scooter today from a garage out in the wilds of East Lothian. I decided not to bother. Last time that sort of thing happened it wouldn’t start by the time I did go and pick it up. Hopefully this won’t happen again.
Enough rambling. Tonight’s show includes music from Colour Me Wednesday, a new single on Odd Box Records from T-Shirt Weather, and a track from the LP that’s on the Voyager space crafts. Yep.
1. Colour Me Wednesday – “Sweaters” (Played courtesy of Colour Me Wednesday, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Mega Gem – “We Got Away” (Played courtesy of Mega Gem, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Spot Collins – “Tall Drink of Water (Sun Brewed Session)” (Played courtesy of Spot Collins, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Robin Mitchell – “Smoke Billows” (Played courtesy of Robin Mitchell, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. T-Shirt Weather – “Flutter Through The Winter” (Played courtesy of T-Shirt Weather, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Blind Willie Johnson – “Dark Was The Night” (Played courtesy of archive.org)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #196
Flu defeated, it’s time for a trip back to the 80s with some eighties-influenced synth-pop from the current day. Hard to conceive that the 80s were 30 years ago, and even stranger to think back to what you were doing back then! So, put on those rose-tinted specs and come with me back to those carefree days of my teens…
Filter Distortion – Black and White
Smoking Ghosts – Dance The Disillusionment Away
I, Us & We – Lanterns
Filter Distortion – Frequency Modulation
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