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the bugcast 306 – Mobile music

The Bugcast - Sat, 03/22/2014 - 02:00

thebugcast306This week on The Bugcast: Wars, awards, disappearing mobile companies, and 8 awesome tracks of Creative Commons music!

Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking


Cara and Alex have been in the wars
Dave wins an award
BBC News: British firm Ovivo Mobile shuts down without warning
MoneySavingExpert: Ovivo – Know Your Rights

Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed

Podcasts mentioned

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Next week

The next show will be episode 307, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 28 March 2014 from 21:00 (ish) UK time (UTC).

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

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Luha: Lullaby

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 03/21/2014 - 14:00

LuhaToday brings the gift of ‘Lullaby’, the debut single from the mysterious and talented artist known as LUHA. At this time we don’t know too much about her, only that she crated the beautiful song during the fall/winter months of 2013 in the “North”, where the sun is rarely in the sky and snow is prevalent.

The subject matter of the song is described as being about solidarity in isolation and the dreams of something better. There will be planned releases this spring and summer, with promised info forthcoming. During the wait, we recommend bookmarking one of the links below, as we get the feeling a forthcoming release will be equally as enthralling.


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Edinburgh Man #159

Edinburgh Man Podcasts - Thu, 03/20/2014 - 21:08

Would you believe it? Edinburgh Man Junior has gone and brought MORE lurgie into the house. MORE!

This shocking turn of events has resulted in yet enough week where your struggling host is fighting back the urge to cough up all manner of nastiness over the microphone. As a result, it’s a pre-recorded podcast tonight. I knew my voice wouldn’t be able to hold out for a continuous recording. That said, there’s only a couple of edits to allow me to compose myself, but it’s just as well it wasn’t live.

There was also the underlying threat that Edinburgh Man Junior may have interrupted any live show. You see he’s figured out how to get out of that bed of his. So tonight we’re trying to persuade him to stay under the covers by bribing him with stickers. Kids do seem to love stickers.

Edinburgh Man #159 by Edinburgh Man on Mixcloud

1. Thee Irma & Louise – “Angry Heart” (Played courtesy of Thee Irma & Louise, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. The Leg – “What Happened to the Shrunken Tina Turner” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad)
3. Witching Waves – “Concrete” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
4. Man meets Bear – “Sirius” (Played courtesy of Man meets Bear, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Beat Happening – “Tiger Trap” (Played courtesy of Music Alley / K Records)
6. Book Group – “Seedlings” (Played courtesy of Book Group)
7. Virgin of the Birds – “Every Revelry” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
8. Invisible Elephant – “Two Moons (with Maryliz Guillemi)” (Played courtesy of Invisible Elephant)

Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #159


Interview Preview: Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann Present Hotel Notél at Main Street Studios

The Justin Wayne Show - Thu, 03/20/2014 - 17:56

I stole a few moments for an interview with Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann, the two responsible for turning back the clock to 1964 at Main Street Studios on Friday, March 21st. They will be presenting a unique burlesque performance entitled Hotel Notél, the Party That Never Was. We discussed the beauty and intrigue of burlesque with it’s roots in feminism, how Lily discovered burlesque herself from beginnings as a classical ballerina and dancer, and the finer points about what will be taking place on Friday.

Tickets are going fast, so grab them while you can!

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lily-verlaine-jasper-mccann-hotel-notel-poster-1Lily and Jasper will joined on Friday by a Corps du Burlesque featuring, Inga Ingenue, Babette La Fave, The Luminous Pariah, Isobella Bloom and live music by “the most popular kids in school”, Prom Queen.

Prom Queen who are a lush, cinematic 60s-inspired solo project by Leeni. She composes all of her own original instrumental compositions from scratch and uses them as a backing track to live guitar and vocals, giving Prom Queen an authentic, moody, vintage sound. If David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino were to co-direct your prom, this would be the soundtrack.

Lily Verlaine’s Website

Cajita: Broken Glass

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 03/20/2014 - 14:00

Cajita“I met a Mexican girl when I lived in France and she started calling me Cajita. It’s Spanish for ‘little box.’ She said that she called me that because every time she met me she found out something new about me, like a little box full of interesting things.”

There is an intelligence to the music of Cajita that captures a full organic feeling without sacrificing the precise production style of Jay Chakravorty. The unique synergy of analog synths and electronica-style sampling, coupled with acoustic songwriting and minimalist orchestration produces both warmth and frailty in abundance.

The list of instruments played on Cajita’s newest album Tiny Ghosts is as long as it is diverse; including synths, banjos, clarinets and glockenspiels. Stage performances consist of live-looping via three sequentially-linked loop pedals. After a period of time with laptops and synthesizers, Chakravorty found a way to perform with acoustic instruments, thus furthering his unmatchable presence and interaction with the audience. The giant sound of Cajita comes from Chakravorty’s home-studio in his flat in London. In most professional studios, there is a divide between technician, musician, and producer, but Chakravorty likes to do everything himself, including setting up mics, playing the instruments and producing the tracks.

Cajita’s new album Tiny Ghosts releases on April 22, 2014 in the US.

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Gig Preview: Discovery 2 with ShaoDow, Model Society, Alex Hulme and Big Zero

The Justin Wayne Show - Thu, 03/20/2014 - 07:01

March’s Discovery 2 Preview features Alex KW and myself talking about Thursday, March 27th gig. This month features multi genre rapper ShaoDow, punk infused indie from Model Society, Big Zero’s new wave/punk/rock/pop and Alex Hulme’s folk. It’s gonna be a great night, grab your tickets right away and save yourself 2 quid.

Buy Tickets The Gig
  • Date: March 27th, 2014 at 8pm
  • Location: AAA (under Archangel) 11 – 13 Kensington High Street London W8 5NP phone: 020 7938 4137
  • Tube: High Street Kensington (Circle & District Line)
  • Tickets online £5, on the door £7
More About the Bands ShaoDow

A Shaolin Kung Fu trained independent rapper with a Law degree; known for working with genres including Hip Hop, Grime, Dubstep, Rock and House.

Trained in Shaolin Kung Fu in China he has sold over 15,000 copies of his CDs across the world alone, toured in Thailand, performed at Reading and Leeds Festival and headlined the O2 Academy Oxford twice.

He has self released 5 singles, 1 EP, 2 Mixtapes and 2 Albums and co-released the DiY Gang Wireless Headphones range with Freesound Audio.

ShaoDow’s website

Model Society

A quintessentially British sound which breathes new energy into social commentary and satire of today’s surburban life.

Having recorded tracks with the likes of Paul Tipler (Idlewild, Placebo) and Steve Levine (Beach Boys, Culture Club) they have a succesful list of airplay and gigs under their belt including Bestival, O2 December Sessions and supporting Young Knives. They put on a captivating live show and are often described as a musical blend of Blur, Bloc Party and Hard Fi with a nod to the nostalgia of Buzzcocks.

“I’d have said to John Peel, Hey listen to this great sound” Rob Da Bank

“So catchy Interpol and Franz Ferdinand will wonder why they ever bothered.” ARTROCKER

Model Society’s website

Big Zero

You know the story… three musicians from a no-name town, fed up with listening to the music played on the radio came together to form a band. But this is where the familiarity ends…

These young purveyors of New Wave Punk Rock, are here to shake things up and give Pop music a much needed shot of adrenaline. They are fast, they are loud and they want to get up in everyone’s faces. Adam Saunderson, Bradley Stainton, and Johnny Shinner are taking influence from the best of British and American Pop Rock; from The Cars to The Police, from Green Day to The Sex Pistols. Real bands that play live music. To the outside world they were simply the punks, the weirdos, the outsiders, but together they are BIG ZERO.

Big Zero on Twitter

Alex Hulme

Folk-pop singer, writer and loop maker Alex Hulme returns to the AAA as part of his promotional tour for his new single ‘Climb’. Plaudits from Paul McCartney and Billy Ocean aside, his work has received critical acclaim from the likes of Ultimate Guitar and the Beeb.

Alex performs like his life depends on it. Don’t just take our word for it; listen to Sir Macca, listen for yourself. He conquers the intricate layering of loops on a live stage that would put his hero, Foy Vance, to shame, and coming from a humble rural background in the North West, he has a lot to talk about. His lyrics are striking, his vocals are velveteen.

“A beautiful song and a wonderful melody” – Sir Paul McCartney

“His ability to command the room was nothing short of remarkable…” -Bido Lito Magazine

Alex Hulme’s website

SnC 409 – Warming up

Suffolk And Cool - Wed, 03/19/2014 - 16:19

Ras Fiery brings some powerful reggae chant to the show this week.

A moderately acoustic show this week with tracks from UK-based solo performers Mister Bicester and Funke and the Two Tone Baby, some beautiful Arkansas harmony and southern vibes from Little Chief and Turchi, spoken word over trance from Manchester, some fiery reggae from Toronto and to mark the first warm days of spring here in Suffolk, what could be destined to be the summer anthem this year from Melbourne’s Young Hearts remixed in NYC by The Chainsmokers.


strange_talk_chainsmokersYoung Hearts (The Chainsmokers Remix) - Strange Talk (Melbourne, Australia) / The Chainsmokers (NYC)

A few short weeks ago, Strange Talk released a brand new single, Young Hearts to the world. Within a few short days it hit #1 on Hype Machine, garnering some solid new press and nearly 150,000 plays.

Shortly thereafter, The Chainsmokers, who formed as electronic dance music producer DJs in 2012 in New York City picked up on it. In 2012, they had collaborated with Indian actress and recording artist Priyanka Chopra for the song Erase. More recent remixes have been for Bastille & Ellie Goulding & soon-to-be Chromeo). They said: “Well Strange Talk is rad, Rolling Stone describes their new EP as the perfect blend of Daft Punk meets Phoenix and as compliments go, it pretty much doesn’t get any better than that.”

Commanding, crisp, and energetic: Cast Away, out April 29, 2014, is the highly anticipated debut album by  Strange Talk. 12 tracks of indie-meets-synth gems including the anthemic electro-tinged debut single Young Hearts.

The remix immediately shot to #1 on Hype Machine too and has garnered nearly 500,000 plays to date.



Mr BicesterThe Waiting Room (live) - Mister Bicester (London UK)

It is from his album Tonight We Ride – live at Elmslie Point, recorded completely live at Foof Records’ premier East London venue, this is Mister Bicester doing what he does best. Raw, intimate and energetic, this is a warts-and-all document of a perilously hot summer night in London, the sound of one man baring his soul in front of an enthusiastic audience of fans. You can download the album free from Foof Records.

That’s the first of two tracks from Foof Records which are available on a free sampler album.

“Mister Bicester is currently the one-man project of Howard Grater. A live album (‘Tonight We Ride‘) was released on Foof in 2013, which shows just why we think he is the creative lovechild of Otis Redding and Black Francis. Awesome songs, awesome voice… His music gives you a hard slap around your chops, but in a way that makes you think you probably deserved it.”



FunkeCecile’s Song – Funke and the Two Tone Baby (Margate, UK)

It’s great to have an excuse to play one of Dan’s track’s again. I’ve deliberately chosen an old track (from 2011) so that you can compare it with his latest video for Bella’s Kiss which is on his most recent album Battles and which he performed live here at the barn last year.

After a mid-winter break from live shows, he’s back with dates throughout March and beyond and he’s lined up for festival fun this summer.

Wednesday 19th March – Private: Hard Rock Cafe, Westminster – London

Thursday 20th March – Smugglers Sessions, The Lighthouse, Deal – Kent

Saturday 22nd March – The Red Cow, Folkestone – Kent

Friday 28th March – The Lamb, Lewes – East Sussex

Saturday 29th March – Platform 5, Ashford – Kent


Filey Folk Festival, Filey – North Yorkshire

Bearded Theory, Catton Hall – Derbyshire

Once Upon a Time in the West, Secret Location – The West

Farmer Phils Festival, Shrewsbury – Shropshire

Watchet Live Festival, Watchet – Somerset

More dates on his site at:



Little ChiefMountain Song – Little Chief (Lafayette, Arkansas, USA)

Since their inception in 2013 Little Chief has seriously impressed and with the release of Lion’s Den last week the group will be hitting the road and undoubtedly collecting more followers to their growing ranks fans known as “the tribe.“

3.22 – Waco, TX with Dreamboat  – Common Grounds – Tickets

3.27 – Denver, CO – Seventh Circle

3.28 – Fort Collins, CO with Aaron Strumpel – Everyday Joe’s

4.11 – Bolivar, MO – The Bean

4.12 – Bolivar, MO – House Show

4.18 – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard

4.27 – Dallas, TX – Dallas Arboretum

5.2 – Fort Smith, AR – House Show



turchiEllicott City – Turchi (Asheville, NC, USA)

Turchi is kudzu boogie, a blend of slide-guitar fuzz and Deep-South trance, growing new branches from the deep roots of American music.

The band’s first album, Road Ends in Water (March 2012, Devil Down Records), features Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars/Black Crowes).

Turchi released their second album Live in Lafayette (March 2013, Devil Down Records, recorded live Nov. 2012 in Lafayette, LA) with featured guests John Troutman (The Mendoza Line/Little Band of Gold) on pedal steel and Brian Martin on Harmonica. The album captured the live energy and groove the band had built on the road, stretching out the songs to sink deeper into the night-train boogie, and received rave reviews in the US and abroad.

Their third release, My Time Ain’t Now (Nov. 2013, Devil Down Records), an EP capturing a more Americana, narrative-songwriting style, recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis in December 2012.

The band is focusing on preparing for and touring in support of the release of their next LP, Can’t Bury Your Past is due out on 22 April 2014.



SolonautThe Commuters (feat. Louise Fazackerly) - Soulonaut (Manchester, UK)

Soulonaut is Adam Cox, a prolific solo producer, father, music maker and TV director. Newly turned analogue synth addict.

A glance at his Soundcloud page shows an impressive catalogue of work, covering deep house, techno, breakbeat, R’n’B, hip-hop and his very own ‘Electrick Waffles’…

“This sheer variety will take you on a comprehensive journey through the possibilities of electronic music, and will make your life a little funkier in the process. Foof Records has released his debut album ‘Out Of Nowhere‘, which was intended to be a mere 4-track EP before exploding into a full-length album, and a rather eclectic and wonderful beast it is too.”

You can get the whole album free from Foof Records and while you’re there, do pick up their sampler album, also free.



RAS_FIERYBun Dem With Da Fire – Rasfiery (Toronto, Canada)

Four-piece band from Canada led by Allan Knights otherwise known as Ras Fiery, born in King’s Town and raised in Redemption Sharps, St. Vincent.  He was exposed to reggae culture from a very young age.  Ras Fiery shares his love for reggae music with anyone willing to listen.  He has been inspired by reggae artists like Bob Marley and has been exposed to the powerful  teachings of His Imperial Majesty from the enlightening  words of his Father. ““I could always vision myself in this foreign land spreading the words of Rastafari.”  Ras Fiery’s prophecy was fulfilled in 1995 when he moved to the city of Toronto with an upright attitude and determination to prosper on this side.

Ras Fiery holds a strong dedication to reggae music. His chanting brings an uplifting vibration that most can relate to.  In his music we can hear about the struggles of Rastafari people and about how we can make great changes through organization.

This fiery spirit is prepared for the awakening of our culture.  He expresses his views on balance in creation, holding fast to his faith in King Selassie I and Empress Menen.

Look out for his album called “Consisting Heat” coming soon to local record stores near you!



JW Show 228: Blake Noble on St. Patrick’s Day

The Justin Wayne Show - Wed, 03/19/2014 - 13:00

Saint Patrick’s Day and the Walla Walla Guitar Festival brings Blake Noble to Studio C at Main Street Studios for an interview with us, as well as some great music from The SherpasSelkieDaniel GramHolly Morwenna and plenty more.


Blake Noble “lap tapping” on the Main Street Studios stage opening during the Walla Walla Guitar Festival Launch Concert (photo credit: Tammy Laramore)


The Playlist Title Album Artist Six Steps The Sherpas The Sherpas Your Eyes Single Selkie Burn Daniel Gram Daniel Gram Open Up The Sky Holly Morwenna Holly Morwenna Like God Fastback Sessions – Session Two:  Kye Alfred Hillig Kye Alfred Hillig Born Blind Night and Day Emily Wolfe Swoon Swoon – single Emily Wolfe I Love Drain The  David Goo Variety Band Promo EP David Goo Variety Band Hoonanaparka Songs We Sing Before We’re Successful The 150 Friends Club Your Own Beat The Handmade Tale Of Lola King and the Kickstarts Lola King and the Kickstarts The Bullet The Bullet – Promo EP Birdeatsbaby Cross My Heart Infinite Energy Chris Duarte Group Overdose Sung Inside a House Death Songs Rat Race One Takes – The Justin Wayne Show Van Susans


See you next time on the show!

~JW and CR

Taxes: Lost At Sea

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Wed, 03/19/2014 - 11:00

TaxesFrom San Francisco, Taxes is fronted by Robby Cronholm, lead singer of seminal 90s band crumb. Lost At Sea is the first single taken from their new album “It Never Ends”. Laura Dean sings and plays keyboards. Brad Harbidge plays drums. Josh White plays guitar. Jonathan Kepke played bass and Amir Djavaherian plays bass.

Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | SoundCloud

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Is This Thing On Podcast 218

Is This Thing On Podcast - Tue, 03/18/2014 - 18:59


Is This Thing On Podcast


In this weeks lovely show we have songs from Lucy Kitchen ~ Autumn, Little Brother Eli ~ Awkward Positions , Polly and the Billets Doux ~ Hold Fast, Nick Tann ~ How Can It Be Wrong?, The Cherry Bluestorms ~ Just a Kiss, Presley Johnson ~ Anitas Last Dance, Avital Raz ~ Blues of the Ugly Sister, Bubonik Funk ~ Position of Power, May KB ~ Conquer, Kevin Fisher ~ Losing you


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RatholeRadio 122 – March 16th 2014

Rathole Radio - Tue, 03/18/2014 - 14:32

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Time for another Rathole Radio and this episode I was pleased to welcome back an old feature of the show. The live song! Remember that? Where I play a song with my guitar live on the show. Well, it’s good to have it back. I also played my usual interesting selection of tunes. Enjoy!

00:00 – Great White BuffaloThanks for NothingCC BY-NC-SA Licensed

06:44 – Ukulele Clan Band – 607 RevisitedCC BY-NC-SA Licensed
10:06 – Sunday Chocolate ClubGood TimeCC BY-NC-SA Licensed

16:38 – Professor Kliq – Jellyfish – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed

28:20 – Oh Yeah, The Future – This Is the ShitCC BY Licensed
32:21 – Jonathan Coulton – I Feel FantasticCC BY-NC Licensed

37:58 – ThoolaClutching HandCC BY-SA Licensed

43:30 – LIVE SONG -“Easy” by The Commodores

48:23 – The Anchormen – Don’t Lose Your DinosaurCC BY-NC-ND Licensed

59:56 – AvalancheNew LifeCC BY-NC-ND Licensed

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Email all feedback and suggestions to – show AT You can also find me on Twitter and Like us on Facebook and “Plus” us on Google+ Next Live Show: Sunday March 30th 2014 at 9pm UK

Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoyed the show. Thanks also to everyone who turned up in our IRC channel at 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 and entering #ratholeradio in the channel text box. Take care till next time folks.

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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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Odd Owl: New Americans

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 03/18/2014 - 14:00

Odd OwlNew Americans is the second single taken from Odd Owls five-song EP “The Call”, which just celebrated its official release on March 15th. The new effort has a very upbeat afro-pop/world-beat vibe, reminding me of a interesting cross between Amazulu (in ‘Montego Bay’), Rusted Root, and the Talking Heads. We’ve been waiting a few weeks to properly space out this single closer to the album release, and thought it would be a good time to highlight this fantastic track.

If you haven’t already heard the first single from this release, “Some People Are Spaceship”, check out our early January feature here.

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Mój Odtwarzacz - Mon, 03/17/2014 - 13:54

1 Hans Atom - Our Own Gale (ft. Weesp)
2 snowflake - Persephone (ft. Vidian, Dimitri Artemenko)
3 woodrowgerber - Monsters
4 Arkitech Music & Mistah Nerf - Arkitech Music & Mistah Nerf - Gettin Hot
5 Freeky Cleen - Stop The War
6 Blackberry - Brad Sucks - Dirtbag (Blackberry's Dirtbeat Remix) (ft. Brad Sucks)
7 Freds House - Looking glass
8 Scenery - Kinderen
9 Nattefrost - The dark Spell (Live)
10 Space Weirdo - The Show
11 Beat Circuit - Beat_Circuit_Bring_The_Night_Original_Mix
12 Alex - Emerge In Love (ft. SackJo22 & Magic Moon)
13 Zep Hurme - Shine (ft. Snowflake, Dimitri Artemenko)
14 Christie Grace - Inner Voice

Prezentowana muzyka pochodzi między innymi z portalu Mevio Music Alley

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The Crayon Set: Target

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Mon, 03/17/2014 - 11:00

The Crayon SetFrom Dublin, Ireland, and specially for today, St Patrick’s Day, a preview of The Crayon Set’s New Single out March 29th. Available from BandCamp.

The Crayon Set formed in 2008 and were based out of The Joy Gallery in Dublin. The current line up recorded its debut album in Leeders Farm in 2011 and released it in April 2013.

Main Site | Facebook | Twitter | MySpace | BandCamp | SoundCloud

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 123

Idiosyncratic Transmissions - Mon, 03/17/2014 - 04:30

Music this week from Mevio and Jamendo.  Theme song from Dan at

Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

Bill Grogan’s Goat – Black Velvet Band
The Day – Ravage
Blaggards – Leaving of Liverpool
Jane Valencia – Bodach Beg
General Union – Tell Me Ma;Hunting the Hare
Colie Brice – Gemini Suite(with Fiddle Chick and Picky)
Marc Gunn – Johnny Jump Up

AMPed Show #431

AMPed Weekly Show - Mon, 03/17/2014 - 04:00

Hosted this week by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool

Show: DarkCompass
Song: For The Broken (Step Echo)

Show: Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Song: Groovy Life (Cactus Honey)

Show: Insomnia Radio
Song: Strugglin’ (I Am The Albatross)

Show: The JogTunesIndie Podcast
Song: Flower (Steven James Wylie)

Show: Suffolk 'n' Cool
Song: Liberté II (Dubamix)

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The Vincents: Throne Song

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sun, 03/16/2014 - 14:00

The VincentsCork, Ireland based death pop band The Vincents have just released a new double A side single ‘Throne Song’ / ‘Fever Dreams’, on March 14th via FIFA Records.

The lead vocals on ‘Throne Song’ are quite haunting and really have a nice full and rich vibe to them, some of the dark energy and qualities inherent to this specific track taking me back to the days when Alice in Chains, Tool, and even Danzig came into their own. Highly recommended.


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Roadhouse 472

The Roadhouse Podcast - Sat, 03/15/2014 - 21:12
Looking into the crystal ball to predict the hour ahead, I see this: Joe Louis Walker, Hill Country Revue, Matt Schofield, John & Sylvia Embry, and Robert Randolph & the Family Band - roughly 55 minutes of great blues music with a little talk in -between - how’s that for a prediction? All told, it feels like a pretty solid hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard - the 472nd Roadhouse.
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