- Infidel: Protect and Serve (from “Infidel”, Detroit, Michigan, USA, Imminence Records)
- Kadinja: Dominique (Single Release, Paris France)
- Far Beyond The Sunrise: Credibility Loss (from “Far Beyond The Sunrise”, New Jersey, USA, Famined Records, Clawhammer)
- The Antichrist Imperium: Elegy (from “The Antichrist Imperium”, Apocalyptic Witchcraft Recordings)
- Dew-Scented: On a Collision Course (from “Intermination”, Germany, Prosthetic Records)
- Black Space Riders: Vortex Sun (from “Refugeeum”, Meunster, Germany, Black Space Records / Cargo Records, Clawhammer)
- The Survival Code: Living a Lie (from “MMXV 4″, London UK)
- Stone Cold Killers: Jack The Ripper (from “Stone Cold Killers”, Evesham, UK)
- Skarlett Riot: Divide Us (Scunthorpe, UK)
- Stand Alone: Demons (from “Nothing is Forgotten”, UK)
- Bludger: These Streets (Broke up 26th June, Leeds, UK)
- Vintage Warlords: From Orange to Grey (from “The Invisible Foe”, USA)
- My Reflection: Dead Musician (Single Release, Sipoo, Finland, Inverse Records)
- From Another Planet: Remission (from “An ever Changing Perspective”, Ohio, USA)
- Skinless: Sepenticide (Single Release, Albany, NY, USA, Relapse Records)
- Johnny B.Morbid: Future in Flames (from “Fall of The Cicada”, New Jersey, USA)
- Monasteries: Fawkes (from “The Empty Black”, Birmingham, UK)
- Survival: Pose (from “Shayda”, Oakland, California, USA)
- C R O W N: The Word you Speak are….. (from “Natron”, France, Candlelight Records)
- Wake: Vacant (from “False”, Calgary, Canada)
- Nuclear: Waging War (from “Formula for Anarchy”, Santiago, Chile, Candlelight)
The Silhouette Era’s second full-length, “Beacons” practically defines Northern California’s own brand of surf pop; not that of hot summer nights, but of freezing dawns and the sobering ennui that can only be found when you look, bleary-eyed out into an infinity of grey sky and ocean.
Carlos J Gonzalez is practiced in the art of saying goodbye. These ten tracks grapple with a whirlwind of death and heartbreak. Nothing could sweep through tragedy so sweetly as perfect melodies of wet guitars and Gonzalez’s subdued, airy vocals.
The record was produced by Jay Pellicci at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco. It will be out this month on Breakup Records.Exhale HypeMachine
The 118th episode of the JTIP features the electronica of Al Marcy and Chris Leide. Rock, alternative and pop are in the mix. There are 3 interval segments. The BPM range is 120-181. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.You can access this show easily on your device, with just 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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More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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“In 1999, Neil Golden, a piano-obsessed, Beefheart-affected, South Carolina native, moved to Athens, Georgia, to play in a band, and it all started from there.” [from bio]
Musicforlunch.com‘s Deann Snyder joins us in the studio this week to talk about her music reviewing blog – how she got started, what she’s been up to and where she’s heading. She also brought along a good assortment of music for the second hour that pairs well with Claire’s brand new submissions on this show.The Playlist Title Album Artist America America Harriet Little Don’t Date a Girl Who Travels Marte Up In The Air Up In The Air Jay Tromp Dance Sunshine Dance Dance Sunshine Dance Another Juggle Seeing Red Shamanaid My Baby Ahead Ahead Sunday Night Syndrome Bull By The Horns Bull By The Horns Ded Rabbit Beam A Scene of Plenty Keston Cobblers Club Wild Wild EP Sheepy This Town This Town Tom Vevers Stone Cold Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas The Fountain Tomorrow Future Islands To Know You Are Not Alone Safe Enough to Wander Aaron Espe A Call For Distance Glider Heather Woods Broderick Say More Say More Maribou State Am I Not Your Boy Dead Young Fathers Then Comes The Wonder Then Comes The Wonder The Landing Paradise Vacation Mansions Damon McMahon Warranted Queen Warranted Queen – EP Arum Rae Satellite Moon Darker Shores – EP Strand of Oaks I See Our Love Falls Out I See Our Love Falls Out The Black Suns Darling
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Justin and I got tired of playing nice, so the competitive aspect of the Top 10 is back! We’ve each picked 5 wicked tracks each and now it’s your turn to get behind the artist (or artists) you want to make it to the top.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists:
- Sunday Night Syndrome
- My Baby
- The 150 Friends Club
- Janessa Evrist
- Another Juggle
- Indigo Face
- Alexander Michelle
- Jay Tromp
Matthew and Me is a singer-songwriter from Devon, England who recently released his first single ‘Patterns‘ last November 10. Today’s featured track is a slightly more downtempo version remixed by David Rowntree, but equally as compelling.
You will definitely also want to check out the new single ‘Kitsune‘ at the Soundcloud link further below. It followed the release of ‘Patterns‘ in late 2014 and is one of the best tracks we’ve heard in 2015 thus far.
The songs were reportedly recorded during DIY sessions in the bands hometown of Totnes.Patterns (David Rowntree remix) HypeMachine
Music for this weeks show provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
1. André Barros – Wounds of Waziristan (Marinha Grande, Portugal)
Comprar: Sítio oficial
2. A Virtual Friend – Paris La Nuit (Neuchâtel, Suiça)
Mp3 grátis: Jamendo
3. Gosh Pith – Window (Detroit, E.U.A.)
4. Tape Junk – Joyfull Song (Lisboa, Portugal) [artistas do mês de Junho]
Comprar: Pataca Discos
5. TV Rural – Tiro No Pé (Oeiras, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
6. Duke Evers – Seaside (Seattle, E.U.A.)
7. Country Playground – Grandpa’s Grave (Marinha Grande, Portugal) [artista do mês de Julho]
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
“[…] The ‘Eyelid Kid’ EP is set to be out sometime in late 2015 following the consecutive release of a music video for each song. ” [band bio]
This week on The Bugcast: We’re a day late, defensive, saddened, and knackered, but we still play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Talking Machine – Can You Feel It – from Dusseldorf, Germany – source
- Potta – Meditation – from Le Cannet, France – source
- Heroes – The Circles – from Taunton, UK – source
- Zoya – What’s Done Is Done – from Newport Beach, CA – source
- Rambling Era – Life Goes On Some – from Summit, USA – source
- Emerald Park – Go! Go! Go! – from Malmö, Sweden – source
- signal2sinfonia – Confused Little Boy – from Sydney, Australia – source
- Manhat10 – Dance WIth Me – from Tomsk, Russia – source
We explain why we’re recording this on a Saturday
We respond to comments left on Twitter and GNUsocial regarding Dave’s solo stint last week, in which he basically coughed the whole way through the show
Our hearts go out to those affected by the situations in France, Tunisia, Kuwait, Taiwan, and Greece
And we review our day at the Conisbrough Music Fest
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Podcrawl London is coming in September – more detail to follow
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 366, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 3 July 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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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Audio Graffiti for replaying the show on their station
Episode number 133 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Seven tracks from UK Artists, and one guest
Recording Date: Saturday 27 June 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- The Sick Livers – Dark, Dangerous & Delicious
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- Acid Invaders – Miami
Brussels/London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Dont Shoot – Panic
Northern Ireland / Glasgow | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Sonny & The Sunsets – Cheap Extensions
San Rafael, CA | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Tabloids – Grave
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- The Corridors – Destination
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- Rodney Cromwell – Barry was an Arms Dealer
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- Signs of Fire – Bottom of the Well
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Thad Kopec released “Guardian”, the second single from his forthcoming EP The Ridge, on May 19th. A cinematic indie folk narrative with instrumentation at the core, the song chronicles the journey of a son in search of his father while “the guardian questions his motives”.
Sweeping horns invigorate the imagination, while a percussive fluidity pervades the instrumentals due to the addition of Alex Plasket on trombones. The addition of Molly Parden’s vocals bring out a mysteriously lovely element to round out the song’s depth. Kopec says, “I wrote the song with just an acoustic guitar, but once I started adding instrumentation, I realized there was a lot of room to just play with the sound and make it feel like a musical journey as well as a lyrical and emotional one.”
For fans of: Andrew Bird, Iron & Wine, Father John Misty
[via Green Light Go]Guardian HypeMachine
We’re huge fans of Albert Einstein here at the Network (well I am anyway) and when a band releases a single with the title which was his description of Quantum Entanglement, well it really got my attention. Check it out here on technologyreview.com
- Flight IC408
State of Bengal
- Inertia Creeps (State of Bengal Mix)
- Chittagong Chill
State of Bengal
- Yek Nazar – A Single Glance
- War Pigs
- Feeling Go(o)d
“It helped push back against decades of racial aggression and restored an overwhelming sense of pride in our shared culture. It fundamentally altered everything – the way we dressed, the way we danced, who we f***ed (he’d hate me saying that). Like any movement, there were many sources, but it could easily be said that a lot of it sprung directly from the one-off, self-produced, acetate vinyls of Sam Zaman.” Nerm
What does that tin sign say that you can buy in every tourist trap place in the world..? “Do stupid things faster and with more energy”? I think that’s what’s happened here. I’ve foolishly increased my caffeine intake recently, and for the last few days I’ve had two long blacks each morning in place of my usual one. This seems fine while I’m working during the day, but by the time the evening comes around my body is still wide awake, while my brain is barely functional. As this podcast demonstrates.
First of all, the show was recorded on my phone because I forgot to charge up the iPad. So apologies for the dodgy(er) quality. Secondly my brain was less engaged than normal, so there is a whole lot of rambling. Luckily, the music is aces.
1. Pinact – “Everybody Says” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
2. PineConeWisdom – “Soaring Eagle” (Played courtesy of Secret Editions)
3. Honeymoon – “Leaves” (Played courtesy of Honeymoon, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Labasheeda – “Head” (Played courtesy of Labasheeda, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Red Trees – “Driving Just To Drive” (Played courtesy of Red Trees, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. cop graveyard – “staying upright” (Played courtesy of CHEESUS CRUST RECORDS, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. The Holy Alimonies – “The Reason” (Played courtesy of The Holy Alimonies, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Wozniak – “Snow Effect” (Played courtesy of Wozniak)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #210