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
Thank you for continuing to support the independent artists in 2015 by listening, feeding back and buying their
Time for another Rathole Radio featuring your regular/irregular mix of independent music from around the world and around the web. An especially eclectic selection this time I thought. A few technical gremlins but it was a fun show. Hope you enjoy it too!
07:48 – Professor Kliq – Sip Drink – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – From his new album “28 days with the OP-1”, a small portable synthesizer. Get it on Bandcamp!
13:41 – Tit Patapons – Save Ze World – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
22:19 – The Knievel Dead – Nothing More – All Rights Reserved - Another track off the forthcoming album “We Will Fall” which shows a slightly different side to the band.
29:26 – JAIEF & ASONG – Earworm – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
68:13 – The Knievel Dead – Dead Behind The Eyes – All Rights Reserved - A track off the new album “We Will Fall” which is about to be released. There’s a gig and release party in London on Saturday March 7th. See the website for more details.
Backing Loop: http://freesound.org/people/Sub-d/sounds/49656/
Big thanks to everyone who continues to click the Flattr buttons on the various episodes and send donations through Paypal, 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 March 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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Rathole Radio by Dan Lynch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
Computer Magic is Danielle “Danz” Johnson, a DJ from Brooklyn, NY who was raised in Upstate NY. She started DJing at age 18 while attending Hunter college, spreading music at various parties around NYC alongside names like Spencer Product, Sophia Lamar, Alex English, Denny Le Nimh.
In an effort to get away from city life, she moved to Tampa, FL in 2010 and taught herself how to make music there, putting up several EP’s for free online under the moniker Computer Magic. Currently Danz has released 8 EPs and 2 LPs over in Japan and she is currently working on her first full length record with Claudius Mittendorfer.
Get all the latest updates through her social sites below, as well as more exceptional music from the Dreams of Better Days EP and Extra Stuff EPs!Download Shipwrecking HypeMachine
“An unforgettable assemblage of raucous alt-folk, poignant balladry and empathetic odes to the criminally insane, ‘Low Noon’, the debut album by country-punk sextet QUIET QUIET BAND, will be released on 9 March on all digital download platforms. Featuring the celebrated singles ‘Battery Human’ and ‘Bunks’, ‘Low Noon’ channels themes of love, desire, violence and death into a wild, witty and wonderfully melodic collection.”
Hosted this week by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
The 114th episode is pop, reggae, alternative. BPM range: 115-172.To experience and enjoy running and working out exactly to the beat of great indie music, please subscribe to the The JogTunes Indie Podcast or get the MP3. You can download it directly in iTunes. Or access it with 2 taps using the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store and on our Android app on Google Play.
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Many artists use email to submit their tracks to music podcasters. In this episode I play 5 great tunes that are perfect for music-paced running and that came via email. The promotion firm, Cyber PR, provided the other equally great tunes. The BPM range is 115 to 172
My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR for providing some of the talent for the show.
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.
Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.
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Episode number 125 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Nine tracks from UK Artists. Ranging from very quiet to very loud.
Recording/Release Date: 01 March 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- Loose Fruit Museum – Somersaults – Download
London | Facebook | Twitter | Label | SoundCloud | BandCamp
- Edd Saffell – Off My List – Download
Derby/Leeds | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Gabriel Brox – Bag Of Bones – Download
England | Facebook | Twitter
- XOVA – All This Time – Download
Birmingham | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Tiny Cuts – Another Place, Another Time – Download
Wales | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | Amazing Tunes
- Molotov Sexbomb – Prima Donna – Download
Oxford | Facebook | Twitter | ReverbNation | BandCamp
- Fallen to Flux – From the Outside, Looking In – Download
London | Web Site (Tumblr) | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp | Jamendo
- Recluse – Now You’re Gone
Cardiff | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp
- The Poulsons – Something
Leeds | ReverbNation | Facebook | Twitter
Chicago’s Star Tropics began as original members Scott (lead guitar) and Loren (bass, vocals) found themselves huddled around a drum machine. Searching for the sound that would eventually define the band, Star Tropics went on to become four musicians determined to write carefree, primary-colored pop songs.
Bandmember Loren has a great story about his chance meeting with another in the band, Scott. A fall day in 2010 found Loren unemployed and out for a walk on Logan Boulevard. Convinced that he heard a familiar melody in the distance, he followed the tune until he was led to a tall graystone that was glowing in the oncoming dusk. While moments earlier the song was vaguely familiar, it was now clear that the guitar chiming from the attic window was “Back to the Old House”, an early Smiths b-side. A doorbell ring would reveal that Scott was the musician on the inside, and he was just whom Loren was looking to meet.
2012 saw the band take their songs from out of the basement and into the concert halls of Chicago. Performing at venues such as Schubas, Subterranean, and Whistler, they have had the privilege of sharing the stage with touring acts like Eternal Summers, Porcelain Raft, Nothing, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and Panda Riot.
They’ve since released an earlier debut EP and issued new songs, Summer Rain & Swept Away, both recorded by Brian Cook in Summer 2014 and mixed in Los Angeles. You can pick up both of these great songs and further support the artists at Soundcloud or Bandcamp below.Download Summer Rain HypeMachine
The Top 10 is back! Due to our Birthday Best Awards last month you had a whole host of tunes to choose from, but now it’s back to basics – back to our Top 10 tracks of the month. Justin has chosen his 5 and I have chosen mine and now it’s down to you to let us know who you are into this March. Give the podcast a listen to hear all the track back to back and then vote for your favourites so we know who you want to hear more of on The Justin Wayne Show.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists
- The Great Secret
- Little Brother Eli
- Common Tongues
- It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane
- Cajsa Siik
- Rachael Sage
- Famous Mammoth
Following yesterday’s great eclectic mix we thought we’d continue in the same vein and bring you an excellent track Portland Oregon based group The Underscore Orkestra. They have been touring all over the US, Canada, Central America and Europe for the past 8 years and have quite a number of members listed on their website coupled with an impressive number of instruments: Violin, Guitar, Accordion, Horns, Clarinet, Bass, Sousaphone Percussion, Harmonica, Piccolo, Ukulele, Bambazoo and Belly Dancing!!
While today’s introductory feature is from the very solid debut ‘No Money No Honey All We Got Is Us’, the band also has several other releases including the newest, ‘Table Dance’. Check the Bandcamp link for the full gamut.
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.Download Devil With the Devil HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we feature our Listener’s Choice of the best track from the past year!Songs played
- Anne Davis – Temple Of Contradictions – requested by Chalkahlom, and originally played on episode 307
- Thoola – Heart Loss – requested by Colin, and originally played on episode 313
- The Freak Fandango Orchestra – Mundo Caníbal – requested by Phil, and originally played on episode 315
- I’m Fresh, You’re Pretty – Date – requested by Yannick, and originally played on episode 321
- Marc Reeves – Let’s Eat – requested by Inscius, and originally played on episode 329
- Michael McEachern – New For Me – requested by Lainey, and originally played on episode 323
- Iced Blade – Chiru Hana – requested by Jonathan, and originally played on episode 333
- Beautiful Mess – Crazy – requested by Stuart, and originally played on episode 337
- Fallen To Flux – Halo – requested by Kevie, and originally played on episode 338
- ProleteR – By The River – requested by ThistleWeb, and originally played on episode 342
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Live Long and Prosper
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
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If you’re snowed in this week like I’ve been, I hope this week’s show warms you up a bit. I’ve got new music from not one, but two really good new albums coming out next month. The second single from Natalie Walker’s new album, Strange Bird, is part of this week’s show, as well as the title cut from Mr. Echo’s debut release on Cold Busted, which contains some fantastic beats. You’ll be hearing more from both of them in future episodes.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #303:
- (00:43) Mr. Echo & Jenova 7, "Born To Be Blue" Coming in March…
- (06:13) Natalie Walker, "Nothing Lasts Forever" Buy from: iTunes
- (09:44) JES, "High Glow (Hamptons Chill Remix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (14:25) Nikita Soul, "Future (Fluss Remix)" Buy from: iTunes
- (17:49) Niia, "Seeing Red" Buy from: iTunes
- (22:32) PNFA, "She Found Moments" Buy from: iTunes
- (26:58) Krystian Shek, "Sunshine" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (31:48) Julien Mier, "We’re Like Clockwork" Buy from: iTunes
- (35:37) LoopMaffia, "Mrs. Mellow" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (38:47) Zenzei, "Sunrise City" Buy from: iTunes
- (42:49) PKWY, "My Lightning" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (47:22) Thomas Lemmer & Setsuna, "Juno" Buy from: iTunes
- (56:38) mister T., "Hip Soul" Buy from: Bandcamp
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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