“Drawing influences from the likes of The National and The Maccabees, the alternative outfit’s successful 2015 singles ‘Soak’ and ‘An Understanding’ saw them gain attention from The Guardian and Music Week, alongside radio support from Huw Stephens (Radio One), Janice Long (Radio 2) and Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music).
“With support slots for British Sea Power and Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks already under their belt and additional single releases planned throughout 2016, Cavalry’s profile is only set to increase further in the coming months.
Cavalry’s Everything is was released on 1st April via Fierce Panda Records and will be is available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify.” [via Super Cat PR]
Kelvin is an electronic indie pop band from Kristiansand, Norway who navigate wide musical landscapes with their signature electro sounds. The band members formed from a wide range of musical backgrounds around 2014 and have since released a few singles, as well as their first music video, and have had the opportunity to open for the band ZZ Top in Poland for about 11,000 people.
Their song Give It All has a great build via the vocals of singer Oda Ulvøy, slowly trying to escape the darker introspective depths before viscerally exploding into a soul barring force of hope and light by songs end, just before the inevitable fall of night. At least that’s what we felt… The single was released on the 18th of March.
[via Ghost Town AS]Give It All HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: more from the rollcall of the recently departed, and our usual amazing mix of 8 amazing Creative Commons and independent tracks!Songs played
- Sianoa – Only Lonely For You – from Los Angeles, CA – source
- Mercury & The Architects – Shoot The Music Down – from Manhattan, NY – source
- Cory Feigen – Castles In The Sky – from Thornhill, ON – source
- Sugarlab – Androide – from Paris, France – Direct from Artist
- Train Room – Horizons – from Balla, Ireland – source
- Jespa – Belong To You – from Camberwell, UK – source
- Sean Brookes – You – from UK – source
- ColdWaterEffect – It’s Alright – from Lahnstein, Germany – source
BBC News: Obituary: Ronnie Corbett
BBC News: Obituary: Paul Daniels
BBC News: Obituary: Sir George Martin
BBC News: Obituary: Nancy Reagan
DailyMail: Quick thinking kids help catch robbers
BBC News: April Fool’s Day: 10 stories that look like pranks but aren’t
BBC News: Google April Fool Gmail button sparks backlash
People’s Choice Podcast Awards 2016
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I like to try and do podcasts on Thursday nights, but yesterday was a crazy busy day so I wasn’t able to put together a playlist in time. Instead I collated the playlist this morning in Brew Lab while enjoying a (free) coffee. Actually, I suspect I drank too many free coffees this morning because within a couple a minutes of starting this show I had a blazing headache. I struggled to the end like a trouper though. Made easier by all the great music, including tracks from OhBree, King Post Kitch, Buddy Holliday Pegasissy, and more.
1. A MARC Train Home – “Wawa” (Played courtesy of A MARC Train Home, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. OhBree – “Manfish” (Played courtesy of OhBree, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Buddy Holliday – “Day” (Played courtesy of Z Tapes, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. King Post Kitsch – “David, We’re Only Dancing (outtake)” (Played courtesy of King Post Kitsch)
5. Praiser – “die sache mit der sleater kinney platte” (Played courtesy of Praiser, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Red Heat – “My Edge” (Played courtesy of Steak and Cake Records)
7. Pegasissy – “Goddamn You Erudite Communists” (Played courtesy of Pegasissy, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #229
You’ve had a month off the Top 10 (and I’m sure that was hard for you), but never fear – it’s back baby! We’ve picked our favourites of the minute and now it’s down to you to do what you do best and vote for your favourite track of the month…Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll.
Links to the Artists:
- Rocket Van
- Portable High
- Sea at Last
- Quinn Archer
- Little Brother Eli
- Sadie Horler
- Alex Hulme
Our featured song today is the excellent conjoined two-part track, “Bones 1 & 2” by the band Ghost King, who throw a rope up from the rabbit hole, inviting you to slip down into their dark psychedelic world.
Ghost King is a Bronx-based foursome that have been banging out rock and roll in the basement since they were eight years old. The band was formed after Carter McNeil (vocals/guitar) finished touring/playing drums with Spires. Inspired by his experiences on the road, McNeil decided to form his own band and reconnected with long time childhood friends Tom D’Augustino (drums), Lee Hayden (bass), and Andrew Wolfson (guitar/synth; post-album) to help shape his vision.
Their debut album, BONES, was recorded live in 3 days and officially releases tomorrow, on April 1st via Fleeting Youth Records! If you can’t wait a day you can pre-order below via Bandcamp.Bones 1 & 2 HypeMachine
“Delicate and hazy, the EP gently smolders like a cool blue flame. The shy flicker of the guitar is an invitation to step into the waterfall of sound on display.
“For Kinder Than Wolves the process of writing and recording their first album was a collaborative effort. All three members are audio engineers by trade, but it was singer and guitarist Paige Coley who produced, engineered, and mixed the EP in their converted studio/home. Coley says, “The title ‘Mean Something’ was chosen partly as a reminder for our future selves to remember why we make music.” Coley, combines her aqueous vocals with Ryan Snow’s shimmering guitar and Grant Freeman’s rolling drums. [via GLG Pub]
Entrevista com Seymour Quigley (Horse Party)
1. Astronauts, etc. – I Know (Oakland, E.U.A.)
2. Horse Party – Animal (Bury St. Edmunds, Inglaterra) [artista do mês de Março]
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.Facebook, TuneIn, Twitter
- Bear Bone Company: Kiss and Tell
- Creep: Time Frame (from “Innerland”, Italy)
- Firelord: A Good Day to Die (from “Hammer of Chaos”, Italy)
- DangerEgo: Red Dawn (from “Special Dreamer”, Italy)
- Funeral Mantra: Funeral Mantra (from “Afterglow”, Italy)
- Hard Reset: Drawbridge (from “Machinery and Humanity”, Italy)
- If I Die Today: Lucifer (from “Cursed”, Italy)
- Human Decay: Tzar (from “Cleptocrazia”, Tuscany)
- The Road Vikings: Emergency (from “Requiem of An Outlaw Biker”, California, USA)
- Vita Museum: Somebody to Destroy (London, UK)
- Backwater: Fog (from “The Unholy”, Sweden)
- Shivers Addition: Where is My Future (from “Choose Your Poison”, Italy)
- Violent X: Addicted (from “Chemical Insomnia”, Norway)
- Among The Prey: Wake Up (from “Only for The Blinded Eyes”, Finland)
London UK indie-electro artists Neon Highwire officially called it quits early this year on January 29th after a nice long run, sadly a few months after we ran into them over at T61 for the first time.
Flashing back to 2010 saw the digital single release of Bear At The Bus Stop whose promotional video caused the band’s channel to become the 45th most viewed musician on Youtube. Check out the video further below.Bear at the Bus Stop HypeMachine
After 2 album releases and 5 years of touring Matt transitioned to his current self titled project – rooted in his guitar and singing styles and geared toward the alternative genre. All songs are written and recorded at his home studio in San Francisco.
After releasing his debut EP ‘Leavenworth’ and performing throughout San Francisco Matt just released this his new single on March 24.
Okay, so guess it’s been longer than I thought since my last ‘show’… Here’s one to catch you up, sorta…
Welcome to spring!!!
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Hosted this week by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
Episode number 150 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists
Release Date: Sunday 27 March 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- Pirate Party Brigade – Before The Crows
Jersey | Twitter
- The Ramblers – Better Down The Line
Keighley | SoundCloud
- Rhyn – Elegy
Uxbridge | Web Site
- The Scaramanga Six – Arabella
Leeds | Web Site
- Silvertin – Pink Noise
Leeds | SoundCloud
- Abel Raise The Cain – Million Dollar Night
Teesside | Web Site
- Kids on Bridges – Something in the Water
Manchester/Liverpool | Facebook
- Skellums – Art Of Dying Young
Liverpool/Wales | Facebook
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica