In May of this past year, Brisbane Australia based rock band Canyonero released the new single, Here’s to Smiling, our feature here today on the feed. It’s a bright and upbeat almost tropical sounding song perfect to ward away any bad vibes in the New Year.
Be sure to check out their earlier two EP’s, “The Animals EP” and “Muskets at Dawn” at their Bandcamp site below.
Noted Influences: The Fratellis, Frank Turner, British IndiaHere’s to Smiling HypeMachine
Hosted this week by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
Music provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Episode number 145 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Ten tracks from UK Artists
Recording Date: Saturday 16 January 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- Last Approach – You’re The Only One | Download
Anglesea | Web Site | Facebook | Twittter
- Man With Glasses – Israel Hands
Glasgow | SoundCloud | Twittter
- Sinnerman – Do It Like They Showed You | Download
London | Web Site | BandCamp | SoundCloud
- Art Block – Borderline
London | BandCamp | BandCamp | Facebook | Twittter
- Foggy City Orphan – Rocket | Download
Glasgow | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twittter
- Drewford Alabama – I go to sleep
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twittter
- Estrons – Winter Sun | Download
Cardiff | Web Site | Facebook | Twittter
- Photograms – Aliens
Brighton | Web Site | Facebook | Twittter
- Rue Royale – What Next Dear One | Download
Nottingham | Web Site | BandCamp | Twittter
- The Shaker Heights – Brunski
Oxford | Web Site | Facebook | Twittter | SoundCloud
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica
Saturday 23rd January 2016 sees Liverpool Acoustic and K’s Choice joining forces for their first ever gig at on the sunny Wirral peninsular.
Headlining the event at Thornton Hough Village Club & Bar is local Wirral singer-songwriter Caroline England, fresh from the release of her new, crowd-funded album Faking Wonderful.
Joining Caroline are melodic duo Rob Jones and Rob White, K’s Choice’s Derek King, Three Minute Hero fronted by Liverpool Acoustic’s Stuart Todd, and special guest Vanessa Murray.
Doors open at 8.00pm and the music kicks off at 8.30pm. Entry is by £4 advance ticket or £5 on the door and as always the money raised goes to the artists.We’re looking forward to a fantastic night of live music in a new venue, and would love it if you could join us.
- Event: Liverpool Acoustic and K’s Choice present… Caroline England, Rob Jones and Rob White, Derek King, Three Minute Hero, and Vanessa Murray
- Date: Saturday 23rd January 2016
- Times: Doors 8.00pm, music 8.30pm
- Venue: Thornton Hough Village Club & Bar
- Tickets £4.00 advance (+40p booking) or £5 on the door
Buy tickets at wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
- The facebook event can be found here
- Details of all Liverpool Acoustic music events can be found at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/live
- Press enquiries & guestlist email email@example.com
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 143
To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 143 to download for free.
1. Three Minute Hero – Rip Off Britain
2. Alex Hulme – Little Lives
3. SheBeat – Mine
4. Derek King – Summer Breeze
5. Vanessa Murray – It’s About Time
6. Rob Jones & Rob White – Monday To Sunday
7. Caroline England – Faking Wonderful
8. John Jenkins – Sweet Delphine
Theme: Neil Campbell – Solid Ground
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by joining their mailing lists, liking their facebook pages, following them on twitter, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland and Stuart Todd on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music alternates between King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water, and Solid Ground by Neil Campbell.
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Seattle based group Tacocat has a third studio album on the way, Lost Time (an X-Files reference), their first release with producer Erik Blood. Blood’s sounds are noted as being wide and expansive, bringing a fullness to the band’s sound.
“I Hate The Weekend” is the first single from Tacocat’s Lost Time, out April 1st, 2016 on Hardly Art records via CD, LP, digital, and cassette formats. You can also pre-order a copy today from u.hardlyart.com/losttime
[via Hardly Art]I Hate the Weekend HypeMachine
1. Hero Fisher – Break My Heart And Mend It (Londres, Inglaterra)
2. Shana Halligan – Been Waiting (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
3. A Silent Film – Lightning Strike (Oxford, Inglaterra)
4. Color the Lion – French Toast (Phoenix, E.U.A.)
5. Small Feet – All And Everyone (Estocolmo, Suécia)
6. Dylan LeBlanc – Cautionary Tale (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
7. Bed Legs – Road Again (Braga, Portugal) [artista do mês de Janeiro]
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.Facebook, TuneIn, Twitter
A handful of months back, Los Angeles based trio Sonder Saloon took to the mountains at Fish Lake, Utah and recorded the acoustic indie-folk sounds found in their debut EP, Mackinaw. This excellent six track release dropped on 11.18.15 and includes a mix of acoustic guitars, vocal harmonies, banjo and synth, all influenced by favorites Fleet Foxes and the Beach Boys.
We ran across the group when the video for Who You Are was sent to us in a link. This was apparently the last song written by the band in Utah, and it is comprised entirely of historical footage from the public domain. Check out this nicely edited video further down below…Who You Are HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: another despatch batch and a round-up of the week, plus our usual mix of 8 fantastic independant and Creative Commons tracks!Songs played
- Prince Ringard – J’aime Pas Les Beaufs – from France – source
- Nathan Osmond – The Tailgate Song – from Nashville, TN – by permission of Nathan Osmond Management
- Michael Ellis – The Wrong Choir – from Germany – source
- Christian Kane – Seven Days – from Nashville, TN – by permission of Brand X Management
- Allie Farris – Talk To Me – from USA – source
- Boogie Belgique – Hello Sinner – from Antwerp, Belgium – source
- Brandon Liew – All Out Of Time – from Canada – source
- Deanmoore – Waves – from Lichtenvoorde, Netherlands – source
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“Inspired & the Sleep is a dream-pop band based in San Diego, California, consisting of a revolving lineup surrounding singer-songwriter Max Greenhalgh & multi-instrumentalist Bryce Outcault. Focusing on rhythm and melody, Greenhalgh’s loop-based demos are rewoven with additional psychedelic/jazz threads to construct groove-centered pop songs.
Determined on continuous reinvention, the band is moving towards a more refined and darker approach to arranging with polished production while retaining hints of Greenhalgh’s previous lo-fi ponderings.” [bio]
- Letters From Istanbul (Orkidz RMX)
My Pet Monster
- White Istanbul (Original Mix)
- In Eastern Lands
Secret Archives of the Vatican
- YYY (Tribone Remix)
Echo and Tito
- Flying Swords
- Enter the House of Wisdom
Thousand Yard Prayer
- The Last Sacrifice
- Sema Yaka (Hibernation Remix)
Kaya Project featuring Randolph Matthews
I suppose for me as an artist it wasn't always just about expressing my work; I really wanted, more than anything else, to contribute in some way to the culture that I was living in. It just seemed like a challenge to move it a little bit towards the way I thought it might be interesting to go.
In a change from the usual yearly routine Edinburgh Man is not taking a break for the month of January, although you’d be forgiven for not realising this since there wasn’t a show last week. Never mind, we kick the year off today with chat about retro technology and a track from a new cassette by Baker Island.
Also on the show tracks from Jo Mango (with RM Hubbert), “Not” Spot Collins, and Plastic Animals. Sounds like a great start to 2016…
1. Baker Island – “Write Home” (Played courtesy of Baker Island)
2. Eva Walsh – “Pretty Girl at the Punk Rock Show” (Played courtesy of Spot Collins, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Fresh – “The Woods” (Played courtesy of Fresh)
4. No Honeymoon – “Down” (Played courtesy of No Honeymoon, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Loone – “Offering” (Played courtesy of Loone, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. RM Hubbert and Jo Mango – “Sustain” (Played courtesy of Olive Grove Records)
7. Plastic Animals – “Ghosts” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #222
Edmonton, Canada based band The Fight has released their EP North America this past October 9 through Open Circles Collective, written over a two year period and a byproduct of some of the influential experiences the band has faced to date.
Shaped by stretches of highway and poignant nostalgia, the EP takes listeners on a cinematic road trip through the eyes of youth. Lyrics venture thoughtfully through sentiments of love, loss, loneliness, adventure and awe while instruments provide an emotionally charged pulse to the narrative.
The EP is available via digital outlets like iTunes or you can pick up physical copies at their Bandcamp site below.Brooklyn HypeMachine
Hi and welcome to 2016 and my first podcast of the year. “Where have you been?” you may ask. Have a listen and I will fill you in. Some great tracks this week, some old and some new. Below is the playlist with appropriate links to the artists websites. Have a click and find out more about them, they come from all over the world including the USA, Denmark, France and the UK.
Forever Still-Break The Glass, The Corridors-End of the Times, My Darling Fury-Satisfied, Wilson– Silver Lining, Little Brother Eli-Hanging, David Garlitz-I like the way you Move, Fit & The Conniptions-Bush of Thorns, Anne Davis-Where The Roads Cross, Daniel Roure-J’avu, Catfish and The Bottlemen-Sidewinder, The MilkMen-Like a Drug, Schnauser-Everything is Nice, Nick Tann-Crazy Momma.
Krisp is an indie rock, chill wave dance band out of Miami, formed in 2011 and signed to Gummdrops. Band members Juan Ledesma, Charlie Woods, Alex Lopez, and Robert Villar combine electro dance elements, chill wave, and indie rock to produce a unique blend of carefree groove, and 80’s inspired synth lines.
Another musical hero departs from this world.
10 bands listened to this week, some old (and remaster), and some new.
- Evenu: Drive (Single Release, Exeter, UK)
- Five Miles North of Nowhere: A slice of Fried Gold (from “Less Talk, More Action”, Southampton, UK)
- Kroh: Heaving Earth (from “Precious Bones”, Birmingham, UK)
- Elegies: Cocoon (Single Release, Sheffield UK)
- Ascendor: Drive My Demons Away (Single Release, Malta)
- Proll Guns: From Texas to Hell (from “Horseflesh BBQ”, Austria, Nrt-Records)
- Kidneythieves: Dark Horse (from “Tryp0fanatic”, Los Angeles, USA)
- Demon: Remembrance Day (A Song for Peace)(from “Taking The World by Storm, Remastered), Leek, Staffordshire, UK
- Fall: Soul Ignition (from “The Insatiable Weakness”, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA)
- Heimdalls Wacht: Wellenbrand (from “Der Untergang der alten Welt”, Germany, Heidens Hart Records)
I Don’t Mind is the first excellent new single off the forthcoming LP, Brief Spirit by Nashville dream-pop band Keeps, made up of the duo of Agustin Escalante & Robbie Jackson. The album was recently given a release date on Old Flame Records for early March of this year.
For the latest the band also apparently released another new psychedelic flavored single entitled ‘Translucent Girl’ in the last day or two which you can find links to at their sites below.I Don’t Mind HypeMachine