They’re from Chicago, and this is from their recent album #GetNastyAndRich, The Gnar Wave Rangers
sent us this track. Check out the album via the BandCamp link below. Also the video they sent us. We don’t know much more. They say “Stay Gnarly”.
Well, what can I say. The dog ate my homework. Sorry I missed the last show but we’re back on track with Rathole Radio 130. Featuring the usual eclectic selection of music, the standard endless rambling from the host and just a pinch of chaos. Strap in and enjoy!
00:00 – Of The Pack – Sea The Shore – All Rights Reserved
29:33 – Paulo Pavan – Uolz – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
EMAIL FROM JOE BURMEISTER – Isn’t this the same Biting Elbows that did the amazing FPS video? Anyway, cheers for the tunes.
41:47 – The Young Wild – Moment Goes – License Unknown
60:23 – Emerald Park – For Tomorrow – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed
BIG thanks to Jeff G for his donation. Plus all the people who’ve clicked the Flattr buttons. It really does make a difference.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 August 17th @ 9pm
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.
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After settling in Somerville, MA, following a path of possibly dead-ending jobs near her roots in NYC, Abbie Barrett decidedly embraced her love for music. Living in a one-bedroom apartment that her friends refer to as “the dollhouse,” Barrett’s music reaches beyond the stereotype of what a “female” musician is, and through her wistful melodies, brings life to characters who rebel against their own destinies. With a wide ambit of influences she draws on—everything from Pink Floyd and Radiohead to Aimee Mann and Neil Young—she signifies this readiness to cross genre lines in order to best serve the song at hand.
The members of her band, The Last Date, all come from musical backgrounds and include Alec Derian (bass), Josh Kiggans (drums), and Jack Hamilton (keys). “Because of my writing background, thoughtful lyrics are important to me, but I’m not a fan of super cerebral, arty stuff. If people don’t want to sing along to my songs, then I’ve done something wrong,” Barrett said.
The group will be releasing it’s latest album, The Triples, in September.
[via Green Light Go]Download Here to Stay HypeMachine
Chicago analog synth psych-pop outfit Oscillator Bug released the first track from their forthcoming full length album Bursts of the Million recently.
Oscillator Bug’s Zaid Maxwell has been making music in the Windy City for several years, playing in various bands (including Shapers with The Hood Internet’s Steve Reidell) and recording others. While currently playing in a couple of more explorative and caustic outfits, Maxwell was compelled to extract these 10 auditory earwigs of pop goo that had taken roost in his brain. [via US/THEM]
All music provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions the podcast is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting. For more great independent music check out musicpodcasting.org.
Hosted this week by Nick Tann of Is This Thing On Podcast
Deadwood Floats, a Columbus, OH-based chamber folk sextet have recently seen the release of their new album, Three Years, several weeks back on June 4th. The track ‘Hey Boy’ is a poignant and reflective song that is very finely crafted, a promising sign of things to come for the group.
The band started tracking the songs on the album one night in their dim, second-floor living room on Oakland Avenue in December of 2011. They’ve stated that the album is for the places they lived, the people who also shared those spaces, and everything that happened during the three years it took to make it. The tracks were recorded between December, 2011 and March, 2014 in eight locations, mostly in Columbus, OH.Download Hey Boy HypeMachine
Today’s feature is a free track from the debut album “Bank Place Locomotive Society” from Glenrothes, Scotland four piece Tango in the Attic, the album having been released back in July 12th 2010 via Believe.
You can find more from later efforts and catch up by listening to the newer E.P. “Crushed Up” which, upon release, ranked as the second highest E.P. in the CMJ top 200 at #117.
Check the Soundcloud link below for quite a good selection of tunes from this release.
[via abadgeoffriendship]Download Off to… HypeMachine
Episode number 110 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Five tracks from UK artists. And one guest band from NYC (because, why not, they’re great).
Recording Date: Wednesday 30 July 2014
Rating: Work Safe
- Simeon Baker – Roads
Adelaide AU/London | Facebook
- School of Seven Bells – I get knocked Down (But I’ll get up)
NYC | Web Site
- Nick Tann – Coming Home
South Coast | Web Site
- Orange Goblin – Ale House Braves
London | Web Site
- The Sun Explodes – Serpentine
Carlisle | Web Site
- Marmozets – Why do you Hate me?
‘Up North’ | Web Site
This week on The Bugcast: We discuss arson, lights, crap movies, and we play 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- A Beautiful Tomorrow – Say It Again – from Buffalo, NY – source
- The Verandas – I Want To Tell You – from Bielefeld, Germany – source
- SuperGriots – Dokhondem – from Pava, Italy – source
- An Amerikan Automobile Company – Love – from Bath, UK – source
- Heiko Sunfire – Moment Mal – from Brunswick, Germany – source
- Hillary Reynolds Band – Crossing The Line – from Boston, MA – direct from the client
- Primula Nero – Agrafobia (Piano Acoustic Version) – from Ventimiglia, Italy – source
- Futurelight – Lust – from Łódź, Poland – source
BBC News: Fire rips through Eastbourne Pier destroying roof
BBC News: Eastbourne Pier blaze: Arson probe launched by police
Centenary News: Lights Out Project
The Archers – Caroline says it’s disgusting
UberSessions: Hillary Reynolds Band – Crossing The Line (live)
Sharknado 2: The Second One
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The next live show will be episode 324, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 8 August 2014 from 21:30 (ish) UK time (UTC+1/BST).Special thanks go to
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
Internet Archive for hosting the podcast files
Ubuntu UK Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server
World Wide Indie Radio for relaying the live stream on their own service
Love Leeds Radio for replaying the show on their station
The 107th episode is rock, pop. BPM range: 100-177.
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.
This 40 min warm-up, run, cool-down session features the creativity, musicality, and humor of Al Marcy, a prolific artist from Downer's Grove Illinois, and a new friend of the JTIP. He's accompanied by six other great indie artists.
The BPM range is from an easy going walk at 100 to a fast run at 177.
Many thanks go to Al Marcy for his enthusiasm for the JTIP, and for his generous donation of 7 great tracks to the show.
More thanks goes the talented 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.
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While the last episode of Dave’s Lounge explored some of the funkier, groovier permutations of downtempo, this episode brings it all the way back to the chill side of things. This is a mix of long-form, exceptionally mellow tunes, designed to help you relax during these long summer days. Enjoy this mix on your favorite hammock or beach chair.
You can listen to the music in this episode without any voiceovers whatsoever on the Dave’s Lounge Mixcloud channel: http://www.mixcloud.com/daveslounge.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #290:
- Karmacoda, “Love Will Turn Your Head Around (Karmacoda Redux)” Buy from: iTunes
- A.Antsyferov, “Never Be Alone” Buy from: iTunes
- Xemplify, “Indulgence” Buy from: iTunes
- Aime, “Tears of Nature” Buy from: iTunes
- Bryan Milton, “Sunny Day” Buy from: iTunes
- Zenzei, “Awakening” Buy from: iTunes
- State Azure, “Candle” Buy from: iTunes
- Tim Angrave, “DreamEscape” Buy from: iTunes
- C.A.V.O.K., “Ascension Into Heaven” Buy from: iTunes
- Thomas Lemmer feat. Naemi Joy, “Dive (Carried by love Remix by Sine)” Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
Take your place to chill on the go with the Dave’s Lounge App, which gives you to streaming access all the latest episodes of Dave’s Lounge, plus bonus mixes not available in the podcast, for only $1.99. The Dave’s Lounge App is now available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.
Enjoy the show!
Some great music as per….
Antoine Architeuthis – So Alive, Duffy’s Gypsy Band - Barking Mad, Steve Lawrence Sinking Ship, King Never – Mr No, Damn Vandals – Cities of a Plastic World, Van Der Waal – Go Without, Nick Tann – Can’t Stop Missing You.
Ornithologist is the band’s latest single off their new EP, Sons & Daughters. “Brooklyn-based alternative rockers All Forces use their sonic artillery to blast you into the shoegaze stratosphere. Johnnie Wang Morlock (guitar, vox), Norman Vino (guitar, vox), Gizella Otterson (bass), and T Almy (drums, vox) have been brewing this new release since Winter 2012.” [via EI PR]
The top 10 is back baby! It’s also back to it’s former format.
Justin has picked his top 5, I’ve picked mine and now it’s down to you to decide. I’d love if you’d take a listen to the podcast I’ve made for you, featuring all 10 awesome artists. Please do download, vote, comment, like, share but primarily enjoy the music.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists
- Kye Alfred Hillig
- Sonnet Cottage
- The Sweet Serenades
- Two Crown King
- James Dean Kindle & The Eastern Oregon Playboys
- Alex Hart
- Keston Cobblers Club
- Della Lupa
- Wooden Arms
- Cajsa Siik
A Course of Action: 107 (USA)
Pyramids on Mars: Pyramids on Mars (Canada)
As We Whisper: Concealed (USA)
Goathanger: Under Bark of the Huntsman Breed (Australia)
Keitzer: The Last Defence (FDA Rekotz, Clawhammer)
Kaiju: Fever Dream (Kansas City, USA)
Byzanthian Neckbeard: Indoctrinate The Priestess (Guernsey)
Protokult: Summer’s Ode (Canada, Asher)
Eastern Front: Descent into Genocide (UK, Candlelight)
Sons of Crom: Master of Shadows (Sweden)
Lizzard Wizzard: Reptile Dysfunction (Australia)
The Quarry: Worms (London, UK)
Kythera: Sleeper (USA, Knox Asylum Records)
Moab: Under All (USA, Scion Records)
Acting on Impulse: Methodical (USA)
Fenris: Blind Gods (Netherlands)
A Mouth of Matches: One by One (Manchester, UK)
Boy Jumps Ship: Call To Arms (Newcastle, UK)
A Higher Demise: All These Reasons (Bromley, UK)
Servers: King Things (South Yorkshire, UK)
The Stop the Car remix of Oxblood comes off of the late 2013 remix EP put out by Brighton, UK artist Ed Tullett. In this EP he re-imagines his single with five wholly different versions. This specific version definitely spoke the most to us…. so here it is. Check the BandCamp link below for the other four.
Also, a new music video has surfaced for Novo Amor & Ed Tullett’s song “Faux,” which just recently made its debut. The video was produced by Storm + Shelter and directed by Josh Bennett and we’ve embedded this effort further below.Download Oxblood (Stop the Car remix) HypeMachine
This week’s show features a chat with blues guitar virtuoso Matt Schofield as well as plenty of lovely tunes including a few played on vinyl! Yep, we’ve got the technology for that now, too!
The Playlist Title Album Artist Breathe This New Day The Undivided What You Need You Of Clocks and Clouds Feels So Good Feels So Good (vinyl) The Record Company I Do It For You To the Bone Cynthia Brando Will You Sell Your Soul To The Devil? – LIVE Live in Chicago Natalie Gelman Diamonds and Stiletto Shoes Anna Gutmanis Nav 17 Single Black Thistles Phoebes Song Free Single Della Lupa Always Follow Your Heart Always Follow Your Heart** Mark Hole Painted Faces Painted Faces Jess McAllister Drinking In The Day The Bullet Within Birdeatsbaby Interview with Matt Schofield Red Dragon Far As I Can See Matt Schofield I’ve Been Life Landing on a Hundred (vinyl) Cody ChesnuTT What You See is What You Get Circular Doorway (vinyl) Lake Buzz In Your Hive The Hired Guns The Sales Brothers Lost Weekend Lost Weekend Sean Flinn & The Royal We
See you next week with more great music!
~JW and CR
Its a while since we devoted the entire show to just one artist. It’s something that I really like us to do because it gives a chance to dig a bit deeper into the music and background of some hugely talented independent artists – the very people who have the depth to make such exploration so thoroughly worthwhile
Gianna Lauren (Halifax, NS, Canada)
Its a while since we devoted the entire show to just one artist. It’s something that I really like us to do because it gives a chance to dig a bit deeper into the music and background of some hugely talented independent artists – the very people who have the depth to make such exploration so thoroughly worthwhile.
This week we focus on Guianna Lauren whose almost wistful music was showcased at The Great Escape. It’s a while since we recorded our conversation, just before I went down with what I’m increasing convinced was Great Escape plague!
We found a corner of the green room at The Blind Tiger, one of my favourite Brighton venues and I started by asking Gianna how the practicalities of music works for independents in Canada.
Originally haling from Ontario in Canada, Gianna Lauren released her EP ‘On Personhood’ via Forward Music Group on 5th May 2014.
The single ‘Anchor Down’ is a beautifully crafted slice of lush indie atmospheric rock, overlaid with softly percussive drums and serene guitars. Stylishly quirky Lauren makes dreamy songs, with real depth.
In this set you’ll have heard all six tracks from her excellent “On Personhood” album. If you’ve liked them even just a bit, please bear in mind that an mp3 podcast is fine to give you a flavour of the music but I’d seriously recommend shelling out the princely sum of just $5 to get the album in your choice of high quality format and listening to it full, glorious colour.
The very good news for UK listeners is that only four months after her first European tour, Gianna Lauren will be returning to England in September.
She’ll be playing four shows in England, including a performance at London’s Hoxton Square Bar opening for Sweden’s Jennie Abrahamson. Showcases at The Great Escape festival in Brighton back in May introduced Gianna’s music to English audiences through the UK release of her On Personhood EP. She is currently mixing a new full-length that will be available in 2015.
September 25 – Southampton, UK: The Art House
September 26 – London, UK: Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen // tickets
September 27 – Cardiff, UK: Four Bars
September 28 – Bristol, UK: The Canteen