A notable favorite from the last handful of years, today’s track is from Philadelphia songwriter and musician Billy Polard. He goes by the moniker, THE GHOST IN YOU, under which he’s released a second full length, “Wet Wood” recorded in homegrown bedroom sessions and issued in October of last year.
Billy embodies the bewilderment of discovery in ‘The Shape’, evoking memories that I felt when first listening to artists like José González and Elliott Smith. Its been perfect as I sit alone this evening in a dark room reflecting on the ghosts of the past through headphones.
Aside from his music Billy has also animated several of his videos which have been featured across several mediums (magazine, TV, animation sites). Check out the YouTube link below for more.Download The Shape
The 92nd episode is a rock/pop/alternative mix. BPM range: 119-183.
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We go fast at the peak of this session at 183 BPM. Hold back if you're not quite in shape, or shorten your stride.
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Some rather “musical” tunes on this week’s SnC and the start of a short Icelandic season celebrating a flavour of the remarkable music which that tiny island has to offer.
Also, we’ve some news about one of the long-established music streaming services – perhaps a precursor to some big shifts to the listening landscape.
I left the barn door open whilst recording this morning – the birds of Suffolk obviously want to be heard too!
Mind My Halo – Irontom (LA, CA, USA)
IRONTOM emerged at the beginning of the year with an intent on forging a presence for themselves on the Los Angeles music scene. The music exhibits a variety of styles and sounds on top of a classic sensibility for song writing. With Harry Hayes: Vocals, Zach Irons: Guitar, Daniel Saslow: Keyboards, Dylan Williams: Drums and Dane Sandborg: Bass, the personalities of each of the five musicians combine to form an undeniably powerful and energetic sound.
IRONTOM recently released their debut EP, The Loose EP, on October 17th, 2012. Produced by Alain Johannes (Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures, Chris Cornell). Listen to The Loose EP to hear the range and diversity of the band. The music is effects-heavy, detailed in its parts and harmonies, and honest in its message.
Look at the Light – Sin Fang (Iceland)
It’s been only three years since Iceland’s new king of lo-fi layered lushness, Sindri Már Sigfússon, began his official recording career. “Summer Echoes”, the new and second album of his solo-project Sin Fang (he dropped the “Bous”) is now already his 4th album release (including 2 records of his other musical outlet Seabear) since 2007. The album oscillates wildly unearthing glimpses of familiarity – vintage Flying Nun here, Paw Tracks there and a Belle and Sebastian pop nous – while retaining the own stark originality of this uber-talented artist and producer.
“AOL Music is shutting down. We all just got laid off.”
Last year, Digital Music News broke news of the brutal gutting and dismantling of Yahoo Music. Turns out that wasn’t an isolated incident: according to numerous tweets and emails surfacing ahead of last weekend.
AOL is now shutting down AOL Music and its subsidiary properties immediately. Staffers were getting laid off on Friday, according to preliminary (and unconfirmed) details.
AOL’s official PR pontiff has yet to confirm the carnage, but here’s a tweet directly from the inside. (Actually, it was quickly deleted, and snapped from the trash by @lorilewis).
That’s Spinner, an early internet radio pioneer transformed into an editorial, aficionado-aimed music site by AOL. Now, it’s just one of several properties getting terminated. At present, it remains unclear if any properties will remain, though it looks like AOL Radio, powered by Slacker, will survive.
As of yesterday Spinner appears to be operating normally.
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Human – Valente (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
The son of an American jazz singer and an Italian opera and theatre director, Valente was born in Rome. Growing up around his parents’ work and his sisters’ punk and new wave records, he began to write music while attending Catholic priest boarding school in Switzerland. Despite his Latin teacher’s prediction that he’d end up as a used car salesman, Valente moved to Los Angeles to study bass playing and film scoring.
After releasing a few songs on Myspace, the word quickly spread. Valente caught the attention of a wide array of fellow musicians and producers. Among these was Marc Collin, the renowned producer behind Nouvelle Vague who offered Valente to record an album in Paris called Two For The Road along side Katrine Ottosen.
Today, Valente splits his time between Europe, Asia and America working on several projects as both producer and artist. He has worked with several artists as both an artist and producer, including Nouvelle Vague, Avi Buffalo, Gordon Gano (Violent Femmes), Angela McCluskey, and others. His latest album, Music for Rooftops was written while traveling through New York, Tokyo, and Paris, among other cities, and developed in Los Angeles. Music for Rooftops has been available for almost a week.
Whisky in the Jar – The O’Marleys (Exeter, Devon, UK)
A brand new version of Whiskey in the Jar from those Devon purveyors of fine reggae, rock, folk and traditional Irish tunes that mix into the sound of The O’Marleys. Taking influences from Romany music, The Upsetters, Bob Marley and Moving Hearts, it creates a heady and exciting soundscape.
In the rhythm section there is the wild yet subtle Bodhran playing of Mike Nangle and the heavy relentless electric bass of James King, complimented with electric percussion. On the top line is premier fiddle player Mac Moulton who plunges from Irish set dances into the jazz style of Stephan Grappelli with surprising ease. At the centre of the band is the rather mysterious 12 string guitarist, John Fitzsimons. His playing is a startling combination of cross rhythms/ jazz chords and counter melodies that produce completely original arrangements of the songs. With a background on the London music scene he brings many diverse influences to the band. Lead singer Mike Nangle hails from the theatrical tradition and adds rasping drama to the songs. Three members of the band sing (and make strange noises), creating rich vocal patterns and harmonies.
Their 2010 album, The Rising of the Moon, (their second) is on Idleday Records. It is available for download from iTunes, Amazon and Tesco online. You tube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHmQSFLosV0
They’ve got a few festival dates – (mostly beer festivals) coming up and a new album due out in July. Check their site for details.
Crabgrass – Manzanita Falls (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Formed in the fall of 2011, Manzanita Falls is a four-piece indie-rock group from San Francisco Bay Area. They started out small, playing local shows while developing their distinctive sound. Influenced by bands like The National, Wilco, and The Frames, their sound is comfortably familiar and also uniquely Manzanita Falls.
Originally slated to be released in November of 2012, their debut album, Vinyl Ghost was delayed after the band went through a near-fatal car accident in Abilene, TX that left drummer, Matt Coit, with a fractured neck.
Vinyl Ghost is available now, and the band are currently touring the west coast in support of the album.
5.1.13 Elko, Nevada @ DLC Gallery and Wine Bar
5.2.13 Las Vegas, Nevada @ Favorites
5.3.13 Los Angeles, CA @ Tribal Café
5.4.13 San Luis Obispo, California @ The Frog and the Peach
Ljóð í sand (Sakaris Neighties Remix) – Árstíðir (Reykjavík, Iceland)
Árstíðir is a vocal-based acoustic band from Reykjavík. The six members sing, string, play piano, and pick guitars.
Over the four years since Árstíðir’s formation the band has released two full-length records and a remix EP praised by trendsetting music critics, had two number one hits on Icelandic radio, made several TV appearances in Iceland, Sweden, Russia, Germany, and the Czech Republic, and played sold out venues all over Europe. In January 2013 Árstíðir won the prestigious 21st Eiserner Eversteiner European Folk Music Award.
Árstíðir’s arresting six-part vocal harmonies and lush instrumentation set them apart, effusing a warm tide of resonant acoustic and baritone guitars, virtuosic piano, and melismatic strings. The result is an uncommonly wide spectrum of sound, driven by the members’ exceptional vocal range.
Consequently, Árstíðir’s music is a rare composition of the clear-cut and the complex. Their songs are easy to fall in love with, yet mixed with diverse influences such as progressive rock, indie, classical chamber music, and Icelandic folk music.
Daníel Auðundsson – Guitar & vocals
Gunnar Már Jakobsson – Guitar & vocals
Ragnar Ólafsson – Baritone guitar & vocals
Jón Elísson – Piano & vocals
Hallgrímur Jónas Jensson – Cello & vocals
Karl Aldinsteinn Pestka – Violin & vocals
If you’re interested in the music they would select as the best of Iceland – check out their Soundcloud playlist
Sleight of Hand – Paper Diamond (Boulder, CO, USA)
Another single from Boulder based – genre defying Paper Diamond’s forthcoming EP ‘Paragon‘ set to be released April 16th 2013. Paragon will feature a range of production, instrumentation, and collaborators all weaved into Paper Diamond’s signature style.
While “genre-defying” is an overused word, Paper Diamond is one of the few producers who truly pulls it off, seamlessly weaving together genres as diverse as electro, trap, funk, dubstep, house, moombahton and hip-hop, all with a whiff of ganja smoke floating through it.
Quite a few festival dates coming up over the summer:
5/24-5/26 Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp Music Festival
5/25-5/27 Detroit, MI – Movement Festival
6/7-6/9 New York, NY – Governor’s Ball Music Festival
6/8-6/9 Baltimore, MD – Moonrise Festival
6/13-6/16 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
7/11-7/13 Mariahville, NY – Camp Bisco
7/11-7/15 Temecula, CA – Lightning in a Bottle
A second play for Picture Day on The Dose, from their album Every Day is Picture Day, released on April 16th.
Ben Reel - Heart Just Won't Heal
Chris While & Julie Mathews - This Beautiful Life
Luke Jackson - Out Of Time (live)
Aaron Lee Martin - Something Beautiful
Beautiful Nubia - Oriojori (Eternal Spirits)
Guinea C - Takrama
Carl Jackson - 1932 National Duolian
Carl Jackson - Life's Railway To Heavon
Rev Crum & His Mighty Golden Keys - All Over Me
Gregg Allman - I Can't Be Satisfied
The Ramisco Maki Maki Rocking Horse - Danger Danger
Leggy Salad - Farewell Bright
Michael Chapman & Woodpiles - Titanic
Our Native Devils - She's My Devil
Andy Szpuk - The Stone Gods Of Discontent / Tailgater / Heavon Is A Flower
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Well we finally made it. Triple figures baby! There were a few points where it seemed unlikely but we pulled through, you and me. So thank you all for listening and supporting the show over the years. It really means a lot to me. I hope you enjoy this celebration of 100 episodes. There’s a new live song in there too.
Professor Kliq – Plastic & Flashing Lights – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – For Matt Copp and a few others who requested Kliq. I had the good Professor and his manager Dan C on episode 3 of Rathole Radio way back on 28th of June 2009. I also played this track for the first time then.
Pornophonique – Sad Robot – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – This track appeared on Rathole Radio 6 back on August 9th 2009. It was requested by Spoony78 and it’s undoubtedly a classic.
I Am Not LeftHanded – Late Night Drive – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed (Live At Zanzibar, 2011) – Taken from episode 51 of Rathole Radio on May 1st 2011. The band came to visit us in Liverpool and played on Easter Sunday 2011 with Rob Warren’s band You Me Tree and 20lb Sounds.
Rob Warren (You Me Tree) – Good For You – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed (Live At Zanzibar, 2011) – Rob and the band also came to Liverpool for the Easter weekend and joined us. They’ve since taken the name You Me Tree and are still going strong.
Al Duval – Where The Comet Falls – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – This one is from Rathole Radio 57 so quite a leap forward. It was played on July 24th 2011. That episode also featured an in-depth interview with Alexei Sayle, which I’m still very proud of. It was requested by Oliver, not Olly Clark I don’t think. A different one.
Greeting from Jezra
Paul & Storm – The Captain’s Wife’s Lament – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – Requested by Tim Stewart via FB. I played this on episode 54 of Rathole Radio June 12th 2011. A great sea shanty from Paul & Storm. I saw them perform this in Manchester with JonTheNiceGuy and one of my abiding memories is him nearly crying with laughter as the song took off.
Thom Morecroft – Oh Rocko (Live at LEAF, 2012) – License Unknown – for Yorvik AKA Steve and Oliver Clark, who was in the room at the Rathole Roadshow 2012 when this was recorded.
Corinthians – The Hot One (Live at LEAF, 2012) – License Unknown – Requested by Thomas Sedovic. I discovered the Corinthian’s music when I saw them support the Jungle Brothers in Liverpool one night. I tracked them down and we even had a good long chat on Rathole Radio 76, April 15th 2012. They joined the line up for the Rathole Roadshow 2012 and played this very tune.
LIVE SONG: “Still Alive” by Jonathan Coulton – CC BY-NC Licensed – for Kevin Grenade – Never played this song to anyone else before, learnt it for the show. Hope you like it. I got the lyrics and some chord ideas from here.
The Acousticals – Sally Anne – CC BY-SA Licensed – Suggested by Marc AKA Amsterdam Mack sent an amazing list of his favourite songs from everyone one of the 99 shows so far. I’ve attached the text file for those who want it. Makes a great compilation. This is from RatholeRadio 86 – 9th Sept 2012. Here’s a link to his text list.
Thanks to everyone who responded to the call, sorry if your track didn’t make it in. DiabloMarcus for instance.
Nanowar – Self titled song – CC BY Licensed – Requested by David MN, this track featured as the opener on Rathole Radio 89 back on October 14th 2012. A great piece of melodic metal from these crazy Italian rockers. A fitting way to end I think.
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In 2011 the two lovers left their homeland of New Zealand to send their intimate melodies flying through the graffitied streets and smoky bars of Berlin. Elizabeth is the first single from their debut release ‘The Autumn Came’.Download Elizabeth
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“Jesse Ruins, started in 2010 in Tokyo Japan by Nobuyuki Sakuma as a solo endeavour, has since expanded. In 2011, Nah joined Sukama as the second member in Jesse Ruins. Most recently, the support drummer, Yosuke Tuchida, became an official member of Jesse Ruins.” [via Lefse records]
This is the first single from their first full length A Film, which will be released May 21 2013 on Lefse Records (USA), Desire Records (Europe) & Tugboat Records (Japan).
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GEMINI SYNDROME -- Pleasure & Pain
UNBLACKPULSE -- Blood Down
ZEPHYRA -- Release My Anger
WRATH OF KILLENSTEIN -- Fuchkinstein
FATALLY YOURS -- Every Moment
PIRANAH -- Crashing Down
AGE OF END -- Souls to Bleed
ABRAHAM CLOUD -- Let's Make Love (on the Floor of the Liquor Store)
ANTICOSM -- Raise Hell
SEVEN THORNS -- Freedom Call
DUGDEMONA -- Martyr
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Song: Crazy Momma (Nick Tann)
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Sau Poler is from Badalona, a little town on the outskirts of Barcelona. He started making music one year ago as a way to explore his needs and to have some fun. Influenced by artists like Aphex Twin, Boards Of Canada, Four Tet, Bonobo and all sorts of genres (mainly hiphop and electronica), he managed to create his very own style. In early Spring 2013 he finished his first EP ‘A Soundless Echo’, on Atomnation.
When making the songs for ‘A Soundless Echo’, Poler tried to get in a mood that inspired him. “It can come from a sample, a distant melody inside my head, whatever..” He wants to express emotion in his work cause, as he explains himself: “It’s the main thing or it’s what makes me comfortable and in the right zone. I can’t classify my music into genres, I just follow what makes me feel right”.
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Abscondo – Victory in a Landlocked Sea
Emerald Park – Modular Home
Greta Gaines – Good Side
Quietly Concerned – The Sky’s On Fire
The Mandates – Photo In My Wallet Pt. 2
Wiff – The More People I Meet(the More I Like My Girl)
Steve Goodie – Cupcake
When To Lead And When To Follow pulses with naive yet sublime pride elegantly combining soul and electronica RnB and indie. Their sound, in places, has been described as an “updated version of chamber pop” with When To Lead And When To Follow feeling incredibly profound and somber.
This is not only their debut single but their first ever release full stop. There’s also been talk of an album due out in Autumn 2013.
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This week, we talk about nuts, pornography and cannabis (yes, really), and play 8 great tracks.Songs played
- Former Life – Life Blade – from Paris, France – source
- We Are FM – My World – from Purmerend, Netherlands – source
- Stephen Anthony – Fallin’ – from Doncaster, UK – Direct from Artist
- The Saymory – The Mirror Of You (Dr.Synthetique Mix) – from Kharkov, Ukraine – source
- Nick Tann – Crazy Momma – from Eastleigh, UK – source
- Postcode – Reds – from Douglas, IOM – source
- The Deadline Shakes – Don’t You Be Too Cool – from Glasgow, UK – source
- Kris Roche – Astronaut – from Tokyo, Japan – source
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Hiya and here we all are full of the joys of spring!
I actually DO play Al Goodwin ~ The Stone That Brought The Girl, Dan Whitehouse ~ They care for You, Indigo Earth ~ Forces Shatter, Richard Maule ~ Circles, WoodenBox ~ Courage, Sigurdòr Guomundsson ~ Gengio à Gutunum, Calvin Roche ~ Show Me How To Breath, Welcome Pariah ~ Neither Here Nor There, Sunna Gunnlaugs ~ Anima, Juana Ghani ~Raise Your Glass, Nick Tann ~ Crazy Momma, Will Kriski ~ Metal Mahem, Presley Johnson ~ Anita’s Last Dance
Hopeful see some of you at my gig in Reykjavik at the Ob.la.di. Ob.la.Da. Bar next Saturday the 4th May.
This is my compèring show reel I mentioned.
Firehorse is the project of Leah Siegel. The NYC group will deliver their sophomore release, Pills From Strangers on June 25.
Pills From Strangers is the follow-up to the widely acclaimed, And so they ran faster…