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Daily Misconceptions is João Santos, namely his electronic musical project based out of Lisboa, Portugal focusing on homemade electronic beats, glitchy pop like melodies, lo-fi singing and expanded cinema as a live canvas.
Since the beginning Daily Misconceptions has counted with the support of illustrators, designers, musicians and visual artists who participate with their skills and exceptional work. Performing live he’s joined by the visual artist Sara Esteves in order to adapt a concert into an audiovisual show. Daily Misconceptions thus becomes a duo, from which a symbiotic relationship is born. Live, the organic textures with undefined colorations become unpredictable landscapes. [via bio]
Today’s outstanding feature was beautifully supplemented by Manuel Bogalheiro, or Mr. Herbert Quain, of Peraboa, Portugal – officially arriving via the Insomnia Trap (single), released March 10, 2016.Insomnia Trap (Mr. Herbert Quain ‘Pale Sky Reconstitution’) by Daily Misconceptions is licensed under a
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This week Lainey and Yannick took advantage of the absence of Dave and Caroline to squat The Bugcast’s servers! Barely prepared, with technical configuration they didn’t have three days before, they somehow did a decent job!Songs played
- Drop Alive – Anything Will Do – from Italy – source
- Single by Sunday – Single by Sunday – from Scotland – Kendell Smith Management
- Explosive Ear Candy – Do You Still Dream – from USA – source
- Fire Tiger – Energy – from USA – direct from the artist
- Kattie – You Are Unstoppable – from Belarus – source
- Christian Kane – Callin’ All Country Women – from USA – by permission of Brand X Management
- Neon NiteClub – Moments – from USA – source
- The Big East – Every Heart – from Canada – source
On Sunday 1 May:
- Watch out for an announcement about a new collaborative project
- Watch out for an announcement about a new podcast from a friend of the show!
… more on next week’s show!Announcements
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 407, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 29 April 2016 at 21:30 UK time (BST/GDT/UTC+1).
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- People’s Choice Podcast Awards 2016 – nominations open until Saturday 30 April – please nominate The Bugcast!
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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Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server
1. Jon Patrick Walker – Hideous Monster (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
2. Lowpines – Forest Finds (Londres, Inglaterra)
3. Animalia – Face On (Toronto, Canadá)
4. The Seshen – Oblivion (Bay Area, E.U.A.)
5. Girl Meets Bear – Blood Moon (Toronto, Canadá) [artista do mês de Abril]
6. Line And Circle – Like a Statue (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
7. Tancred – Sell My Head (Kittery, E.U.A.)
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Cette semaine, Lainey et moi-même avons profité de l’absence de Dave & Carolie pour squatter les serveurs du Bugcast ! Préparé à l’arrache, avec des moyens techniques que nous ne possédions pas trois jours plus tôt, nous nous en sommes plutôt bien sorti !
Alors en attendant le retour d’Euterpia Radio sous ça forme principale, je vous propose de patienter en écoutant le résultat de cette soirée du vendredi 22 avril 2016.
C’est en anglais, mais c’est bon quand même !
A très bientôt sur Euterpia Radio !
- Drop Alive – Anything Will Do
- Single by Sunday – Single by Sunday
- Explosive Ear Candy – Do You Still Dream
- Fire Tiger – Energy
- Kattie – You Are Unstoppable
- Christian Kane – Callin’ All Country Women
- Neon NiteClub – Moments
- The Big East – Every Heart
Sources : Jamendo
Introduction : Chris Juergensen, Bug Lips
Fermeture musicale : Mark Marshall – Man Walking
This week, it's the second of two Roadhouse Rewinds while I work my way home from vacation. I'll be back next week with a new edition of The Roadhouse.
The dark little dive we call The Roadhouse is home this week to the broadest range of blues you might find anywhere. Smokey Wilson, Frank Goldwasser, Snooky Pryor, Anders Osborne, and Bluesmasters featuring Mickey Thomas mix it up with various takes on the blues. The spotlight is on the multeity of the blues in the 270th Roadhouse, and it's definitely another hour of the finest blues you've never heard.
The three song Menthol EP was released on February 14th of this year, a nice dose of punk rock out of Bordeaux France for this fine Saturday, reminding me of a few classic SF bay area bands of old. The EP, which was issued as a free download, was put out by DV’s records out of Talence France and has been issued earlier on a few releases including the 2011 label compilation, “DV’s Anthems Vol 3 “.Menthol Masturbation by Mr Moustache is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) License Menthol Masturbation HypeMachine
I’m a big Prince fan.. I was shocked to hear of his passing on 4-21-2016, and I still am a day later. My podcast is my thoughts, as well as some singing along too… Enjoy and Rest In Peace Prince Rogers Nelson. You will never be forgotten, may your music live on…
Neighbourhoods was written during a series of pre-production sessions in Gold Coast, Australia, during which FAIRCHILD worked individually and in small groups to trade instruments, mix sounds and experiment with song ideas. Throughout this exacting four-month period of brainstorming, the band began to recognize parallels between their recordings and the songs they’d always loved. Channeling the restless groove-ability of Talking Heads and the dance floor sensibilities of INXS, Neighbourhoods is a worthy inclusion to FAIRCHILD’s recent stream of 1980s musical praises. [via Super Cat PR]
Podcast Number 231, or “Edinburgh Man and Edinburgh Man Junior’s Alternative Record Store Day”. For yes – Edinburgh Man Junior makes his proper podcasting debut on this week’s show.
In celebration of Record Store Day here is a special behind the scenes insight into how the two Edinburgh Men spend this annual event. Once upon a time it used to be about queuing in the cold at 7am to buy wacky coloured repressings and crazily priced box sets. But that’s all in the past. I can’t even keep up with vinyl releases throughout the rest of the year let alone the RSD ones too.
Our day involve swimming lessons, coffee and cake, play park visits, children’s birthday parties and yes – some record store related shenanigans. Oh, and hiccups. Lots of hiccups.
1. Soft Deadlines – “Triplicate” (Played courtesy of Soft Deadlines, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Adam Stafford – “Taser Revelations (Hold On Children)” (Played courtesy of Adam Stafford / Song by Toad)
3. Jonnie Common – “More Oven Than Not” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
4. David Thomas Broughton – “Words of Art” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
5. King Post Kitsch – “Rebecca (demo)” (Played courtesy of King Post Kitsch)
6. OhBree – “Moon” (Played courtesy of OhBree, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Pinact – “Everybody Says” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #231
Los Angeles indie rock band MASSAGE released their promising four song debut via the “Lydia EP” this past February 16th. Today’s feature “Breaking Up” is the lead-off track, an exceptional song bookending the songs along with our other favorite and the EP’s namesake, “Lydia“.
Massage is: Andrew Romanom, Alex Naidus, Michael Felix, David Rager, Gabi Ferrer
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For my second show on WHUP, I decided to make a statement — this is not a show about ambient music. I dig beats, and this is a rich and beaty mix for the people.
More new music coming next Sunday! Be sure to tune in to Dave’s Lounge on WHUP-LP FM every Sunday at 3:00 PM ET! (1900 UTC)
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge On The Radio #2:
(00:14) Wax Tailor w/ Phonovisions Symphonic Orchestra, “Que Sera (Live)”
(04:53) Kendra Morris, “Concrete Waves (DJ Premier Remix)”
(08:45) Colm K, “Basics”
(12:31) Cross My Heart Hope To Die “Roller Coasting”
(16:06) RJD2, “Peace of What”
(21:14) Pillow Fight, “In The Afternoon”
(25:41) Data Romance, “The Deep”
(29:10) Fort Knox Five, “The Brazilian Hipster”
(33:10) Poldoore, “Cali Sun”
(39:25) Mister T., “Woodblocks”
(43:33) Mr. Echo & Jenova 7, “Born To Be Blue”
(48:06) Akshin Alizadeh, “Leavin’ 2Morrow”
(51:09) Green Street, “Tears Might Fall”
(56:00) Johnny Faith, “Rain Came Down”
(59:37) Mr. Line, “Forward Thinking”
(1:06:22) Boogie Belgique, “Sunday Blue Sky”
(1:09:57) Singularis, “So And So”
(1:13:46) J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science, “Oceanic Lullaby”
(1:18:20) Hugo Kant, “Secret Society”
(1:25:18) DJ Sun, “Heart Seed (feat. Leah Alvarez)”
(1:29:10) Blue In Green, “Get Back (To Soulful Music)”
(1:33:29) Ghostsoul, “The Close of the World (feat. Melody Myla)”
(1:37:54) The Grooveblaster, “The Double-Take”
(1:43:19) RJD2, “Temperamental (feat. Phonte Coleman)”
(1:46:45) Brownout, “Slinky (Tal M. Klein Remix)”
(1:54:50) Kutiman, “No Reason For You”
With nods to the likes of Interpol, Torches and Tears For Fears – indicative of the scope at play here – the new release confirms their status as one of the most exciting bands emerging from a northern city in rude aural health right now, bringing influences from electronica to post punk and psychedelia into the melting pot, winding up with something somehow familiar yet unarguably original.
With a UK tour underway and further new material in the pipeline, the five-piece are set for a busy few months with focus on the band sure to intensify. [via Super Cat PR]
- Backwater: Distance (Sweden)
- A.H.P: Unleashed The Storms (Finland)
- Atrocious Abnormality: Erotic Tales of Disembowlment (USA)
- Colibrium: Spinning of The Wheel (Australia)
- Martriden: Cold and The Silence (USA)
- Strange Fiction: Icarus’ Last Night (UK)
- Moran Tong: The Eyes of Men (UK)
- Dead Feathers: Color Exhaustion (USA)
- Idlewar: Feel The Pain (USA)
- My Cruel Goro: It’s Fake (Iceland)
- Beastmaker: You Must Sin (USA)
- Six of Swords: Secular World (Canada)
- Colonnelli: Masticacuore (Italy)
Seattle singer-songwriter Pierce has teamed up with Billy Thompson (also supplying vocals) for the excellent track ‘If I Were You‘ taken from his newest three-track EP ‘Real Faker‘. The EP was released this past year on Sept 11 and was recorded in Seattle and mixed out in Nashville. Cover Art is by Michael Ahmann
More of Pierce’s releases can be found via his BC page below and for streaming through his Soundcloud site.
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Following on from the acclaimed singles ‘To Be Young’ and ‘Radio Silence’ Portsmouth 5-piece Kassassin Street unveil their politically charged first single of 2016, ‘Hand in My Pocket’- three minutes and fifteen seconds of punchy psych-pop ruminating on social injustice in a UK society under austerity.
The band are looking to build on the name they made for themselves in 2015, when they played a full summer of festivals, including appearances at Secret Garden Party, Bestival, Blissfelds, Y Not, Great Escape, Beatherder and Isle of Wight, as well as a hometown slot at Victorious Festival which drew a crowd of 3000 people.
An autumn tour also went very well, selling out venues in Brighton, Stoke and Leeds and culminated in selling 500 tickets for a hometown show at the Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth. [via Super Cat PR]
Music provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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Hosted this week by Dave & Caroline of The Bugcast