Monday Records just recently posted the newest outstanding synth-pop flavored single from the Enmore Australia based group, CIRCLE, who you may remember from our brief yet excellent feature here earlier this Summer for the track ‘We Can Play’.
In addition we’ve embedded the video below on ‘All the People’, the 2nd single from Circle’s debut studio album The Middlefor those unfamiliar with the first effort from duo Radi Safi & Daniel Shaw. Not too long ago it passed the 100k view mark on YouTube, a nice achievement no doubt!
Most importantly please make sure to click through and bookmark some of the band links below. Enjoy..Download One HypeMachine
Moving Castles from Austin TX recently released Launch Party, their latest single.
Their Setting Fire EP is available as a free download from BandCamp, see the link below.
- Capsize: Complacent (from “The Angst in my Veins”, San Diego, USA, Impericon Records, Photo by Mitchell Wojcik )
- Klogr: Falling Crowns (Italy/USA)
- Harvs: Seeking Solitude (from “Curiosities”, Australia)
- Superfix: The Dream (from “Superfix”, LA, Music Submit)
- Hypnos: Hypnos (from “Hypnos”, Göteborg Sweden, Crusher Records)
- Noctem: Divine Xib’alb’a (from “Exilium”, Valencia, Spain, Prosthetic Records)
- Mera: Re-Walking Lines (from “Nano”, UK)
- The Lost Human: The Lighthouse (Single, Russian Federation)
- Concatenate: Once Upon a Time (from “The 7th”, Esquel, Argentina)
- Heroes of Vellentor: The Warriors Path (From “Heroes of Vallentor”, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Black Wolf: Kiss The Fire (UK, Stampede)
- Walking Dead on Broadway: Dearana (from “Aeshma”, Leipzig, Germany, Impericon Records)
- Chronologist: San Juan (from “Instrumental Demo”, Boston, USA)
- Kreyskull: The Man Who Lived Before (from “Tower Witch”, Finland, Inverse Records, 10th October 2014)
- Discord Curse: Anathematize The Bleeding (from “Burnt Offerings”, Minnesota, USA, Persistent Heart Records)
- Sempiternal Dusk: Moon Beneath Hook Cross (from “Sempiternal Dusk”, Portland, Oregon, USA, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Mutagenocide: Wretched (from “Devolve”, UK, Radnauseam Records, Imperial PR)
- Colosus: Red Snow (from “Blestem”, October 27th 2014, UK, Kaotoxin Record, Clawhammer)
- Estado Novo: Twisted Mogul (from “Estado Novo”, Inverse Records)
- The Helix Nebula: Sea of Suns (from “Meridian”, Sydney, Australia)
A few months back one of the members of Philadelphia band Vacationer [Michael Mullin] released the leadoff single, Dominic from his debut LP, Thrills of Constantly Collapsing and we’re now excited to be able to showcase it here. While Vacationer is one of the bands that Michael is involved in, Thrills is apparently a recent side project that also includes Kenny Vasoli and Greg Altman of Vacationer up in the mix.
The group has their entire 11-track album up at BandCamp and also have an excellent video for their lead-off single which we’ve embedded further below. Enjoy.Download Dominic HypeMachine
The 109th episode is for the kids. BPM range: 141-182.
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Welcome to this special episode of the JogTunes Indie Podcast. It's mostly for the kids, with some great tempos for big folks as well.
Since 2003, Norm Jones, as Rhythm Child, has brought a new kind of music to kids and their parents. With an emphasis on rhythm and percussion, Rhythm Child sends messages to kids about good behavior, having fun, and handling tough situations.
JogTunes brings you 9 great Rhythm Child tunes with tempos that are perfect for running to the beat.
So parents — you can play these songs to motivate your kids to get up and running for great exercise and fitness. Be sure the kids are fit for speed. It's not crucial that they match the fast tempos. The key is to move and have fun.
Hey kids — you can match the beat of these songs with your feet. It's great fun. Dr. Bob helps you out during the show.
The BPM range is from 141 to 182.
My thanks goes to Heather and Norm Jones of the Rhythm Child Network for their generosity in providing the music for this special episode.
More thanks goes to 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.
Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.
Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program. Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.
A retrospective show this week to celebrate the past (almost) nine years of weekly Suffolk’n’Cool shows.
There’s a mixture of old and relatively new music from artists that have a significance for me always, initially for their music and also , in many cases for the personal contact and friendships that have developed and continue to this day.
Sadly, this is the final SnC weekly show and there’s an awful lot of music, so brace yourself!
Happy – Jimmie Bratcher (Kansas City, USA)
Jimmie Bratcher was unhesitating when he granted permission to use his instrumental track Happy from his album Red as the main Suffolk ‘n’ Cool signature tune. Jimmie is a fine blues player (and preacher) from Kansas City.
His most recent album, Secretly Famous, was also produced by Jim Gains (Carlos Santana, Steve Miller, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Huey Lewis, etc) is available through his site.
Southbound – Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
Ben Caplan is a larger than life character with a really interesting take on life. He puts together bands for different tours (always called The Casual Smoikers) and Codger, Grumbler and I had the pleasure of hanging out with them all at The Great Escape a couple of years ago.
Ben’s over here again this month and will be playing dates in Ireland 15 – 21 October with shows in CLONAKILTY, DINGLE, KILKEE, BALLYVAUGHN, and DUBLIN.
Alright – Sydney Wayser (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Sydney won our artist of the Month feature a bit back when she also had a rather fetching video that was partly shot at a performance I was at in New York’s The Living Room a couple of years ago.
This seems the perfect excuse to play another track and to suggest that you pick up the whole Bell Choir Coast album for yourself.
Cog In The Machine – Will Knox (New York/London)
Will’s site is minimal right now but there’s a new album on the way.
The first video on his home page was shot at the fabulous Flux Studios in Manhattan whose boss FAB I know, from personal experience, knows how to throw a great studio and rooftop party.
Will recorded The Matador and the Acrobat at Flux with his band, hugely talented musicians every one. Meredith McCandless performed some serious alchemy in engineering the album and the magic that is Flux, shines through the video.
Just in case the site changes, here’s another video for one of Will’s newer songs, Lucky Man.
Factory Nation – Jordan Reyne (London)
Jordan became a permanent fixture in the SnC psyche a few years ago. Her distinctive steam-punk tinged music stretches the brain. She’s recorded a couple of Sessions ay the Barn with us and has become a friend in the process.
It is quite fitting that she has written a fascinating and insightful piece on her blog about creativity. Well worth a read http://jordanreyne.tumblr.com/post/89952952919/creativity-a-guide-to-making-it-happen-without-any
“Jordan grew up on a remote peninsula on New Zealand’s west coast, 3 hours drive from the nearest city. She began making music by collecting bits of iron and discarded farm implements, banging them together and singing at the top of her lungs. When her parents could stand it no longer, they bought her a guitar. Her sense of the land, and peoples relationships to machines and nature remain a key part of her work.
Jordan left her homeland for Germany in 2005 and moved on to the UK in 2011. She currently lives in London, touring Europe annually.”
She’s regularly playing live in Second Life – check her site for scheduled shows.
You can download music from her site and find out more about this remarkable woman. Do it now.
Burn – Grace Valhalla (Nancy, France)
I’ve been a serious fan of Grace Valhalla’s work for the very early days of SnC. She first popped up in show 94 back in 2007. This is from her album PEAK~.
She has released quite a few albums since her first in 2006 her instinctive talent for creating quite captivating music is remarkable. Lots is available on Jamendo and more on iTunes, Juno, Amazon etc, details on her site.
La Plaie Et Le Couteau – Marc Farre (New York, USA)
A gorgeous track from my dear friend Marc who typifies the best of thoughtful French and New York sensibilities in his intelligent song writing and performance. A true gent, it’s always a treat to have dinner with Marc generally at the wonderful Cafe Asean the West Village. Ah, those glass noodles!
Always showing up with something new and interesting check out his beautiful site.
Here’s a video of the rather dark Harry
Battles – Funke and the Two Tone Baby (Margate, Kent, UK) direct
Ah, what can we say about Dan (aka Funke)? Strikingly original songs, energetic performance and a thoroughly great guy. He played a spectacular Session at the Barn for us, from which the barn is almost recovered.
He’s a hard-working musician playing small gigs across England and beyond. Catch him if you can. His most recent album The Last Thing We’ll See Is The Sea is out now.
Here’s The Great Storm, from his most recent album
My Father The Sailor – Nordgarden (Norway and Italy) direct
Terje Nordgarden is another real friend of the show having recorded our first Session at the Barn way back.
A deeply personal song My Father shows his understated song-craft. It’s from his album A Brighter Kind of Blue (2006) on which quite a number of tracks feature guitar voice and trumpery. An unusual but really effective combination.
His most recent release Dieci is sung in Italian throughout.
He has shows in Italy tomorrow and the next night, details on his site
Bodmin Dubbing - Bagas Degol (Cornwall, UK)
No celebratory tour of SnC could be complete without a dose of solid Cornish dub with bagpipes. So, it’s as well that we still have access to the majestic music of Bagas Degol and their seminal album Party Like It’s 1399. The band is no more (as I understand it and I’d love to be wrong) but their Cornish language work is remarkable and very, very Celtic.
Try this the for size too:
To give credit where it is most certainly due, Pete Cogle discovered this album on the old Podsafe Music Network way back in the day. Pete consistently finds “weird and wonderful” music for us.
That’s the end of Suffolk’n’Cool in its current form. It’s been a blast and a labour of real love to bring you the best I can find every week as your blast of fresh musical air.
The weekly show may be stopping but I’ll be popping up now and again with something for you, perhaps a Session at the Barn, a special feature, a video to share or a report from one of the music events I’m planning to get to. So not so much an end as a refresh.
The site isn’t going away and new developments and episodes will appear here.
If you want to be sure to get whatever’s coming down the track, be sure to subscribe through iTunes or Stitcher or any of the podcast subscription services.
My thanks to all the artists, labels and publicists who have kept up a relentless flow of interesting music for me to select from. Of course, the artists and labels are all independents and I’ve been delighted to do what I can to support them. I hope you’ll continue to do so.
Finally, of course, my thanks to you, for taking the time to listen. You really are the stars of the independent music world. Without loyal fans (or perhaps it’s patrons) oiling the wheels, the real music economy would stop.
Thank you so much; I’ll catch you later.
Mind how you go.
“The Air Machine – Songs about life, loss, and rebirth with a connection to music in its purest form. The Air Machine is Zak Schell and Nick Terry from the Milwaukee, WI area. Together, with their past musical experience in the genres of rock, punk, metal, and classical, performs songs that have musical truth as well as engaging lyrical honesty.
“We have been in this project for about a year now. We both come from different backgrounds of music and found a common interest in acoustic, straight forward, music. We recorded our three song EP at Cherry Pit Studios in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin and will be returning to record again at the end of the year. We are anticipating having a full release early 2015.” [bio]
Our top 10 of October is ready for your listening pleasure! Check out the podcast to hear the 10 tracks in full back to back so that you can decide who will be our artist of the month. Obviously if you are biting at the bit to vote and you already know who is winning you over this month, then go ahead, take your pick! Or, if you aren’t in it for the competition and instead are just looking for some decent, new, independent music then welcome! Our Top 10’s are a great place to start your musical journey. So listen, share, vote, dance, sing, subscribe for all I care – just make sure you are having a good time.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists
- Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney
- The Delines
- Sean Flinn and The Royal We
- Point Juncture, WA
- Shane Alexander
- Tom Rosenthal
- Cleo T.
- Atlas Eyes
- Emily Capell
- Shockbox - Osmosis
- Asatron - The Weavers
- Perma F - One way ticket
- Brian Jones - DownTown Mystic
- A Beautiful Curse - Alone in here
- Nation Of Creation - Native Lady
- Zep Hurme - A Weekend Poem (ft. Beckfords)
- His Boy Elroy - Revolve
- Chad Scott - Smile for Me
- Ian C. Bouras - The Inevitability of Loss
- Spring Clock Wonder - Feedback Powers The Sun
- The Dan Sheehan Conspiracy - Black Gold/Ogoni Nine
- Jeremy Alan Hepp - Along the North Shore
- Louis Prima Jr. - Blow
- Daniel Link - Save Me A Place
The brand new single, A/E from Stockholm Sweden’s Banana Beach has just arrived by way of a post by Birds Will Sing For You, a perfect song to reminiscence on those long summer days as we plunge headlong into Fall.
Take a listen below and make sure to check out their track Mobile Homes, an earlier single we featured last year after its release in June. All the good links follow, including to their last excellent EP at BandCamp…Download A/E HypeMachine
Chicago-based Dann Morr (with his band The Dashing Bastard Sideshow) just released his first album Shouting Into the Wind on Squirrel Trap Records.
Since the 1990s Dann Morr has been a singer and multi-instrumentalist in the folk-rock group Wells-next-the-Sea and indie-rock/power pop outfits Analog Radio and High Energy Physics, as well as bassist and backing vocalist for a number of other Windy City artists including The Cheetles, Mooner, Kerosene Stars, Kevin Lee, Phil Angotti, and Tom Daily.
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Rise Bailey Rise – Lady Radio
Bongo Mike & Extremely Frank Jeremy – Thank You England
Matt Montez – Monkey Corner
Kole Lyra – Tropical Heights
White Ape – A Run For Gringo
The Age of the Universe – Singularity
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Episode Number 114 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the Controls. Another eight great tracks from UK artists.
Rating: Work Safe
- Cwtch: Freethinker
Cardiff | BandCamp
- Saith: Silver
Swansea | SoundCloud
- Of Empires: Gimme What I Need
Brighton / Guernsey | Facebook
- Twin Wild: Fears
London | Web Site
- DeadAudioSaints: The Purge
Sheffield | ReverbNation
- Vault of Eagles: Spoonfed Dead
Kidderminster | Web Site
- Artisfiction: What Do You Need?
North Wales | BandCamp
- Mark Morriss: This is the lie (and thats the truth)
Hounslow | Web Site
Water or Concrete is the new single from Sydney solo artist Setec (aka Joshua Gibbs), a taste of his upcoming full-length debut album Brittle As Bones, which released in August and is recommended for fans of Jonti, Baths and Bon Iver.
On this full-length debut, Setec utilises found-sound percussion alongside looped acoustic instruments, fading samples and wailing, cascading layers of his own voice to create a unique, headphone-focused sonic universe any music lover will find easy to inhabit.Download Water or Concrete HypeMachine
1. Tango Alpha Tango – Boom Boom (Portland, E.U.A.)
2. Karpa - Anjo (Lisboa, Portugal) [artista do mês de Setembro]
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3. Will Phalen - Shadow People (Chicago, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Setembro]
4. Atua – Animais (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Yonder – Bellwhether (Seattle, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
6. Sun Valley Gun Club – Hey Collapser (Oakland, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
7. Johan Rodrigues – Life On A Video (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Cassette Store Day! What’s that all about then? I’m not entirely sure but I seem to have finished the day having bought more cassettes that I had done in the previous year. It’s a special outside broadcast podcast as the Edinburgh Man family make the trek from the south west of Edinburgh to Stockbridge in the north to purchase some crazy limited cassettes from Vox Box Records.
Experimental recording techniques, lo-fi audio, and “found sounds” ahoy in this show. Featuring guest appearances by Darren from Vox Box and, who knows, maybe even Edinburgh Man Junior.
1. Boygirlanimalcolour – “Cabletie” (Played courtesy of Scottish Fiction)
2. ColeFord – “Our Hearts” (Played courtesy of Secret Editions)
3. Jo Mango – “Evermore (The Cormorant Remix)” (Played courtesy of Olive Grove Records)
4. Townhouse Woods – “Cricket Hymn, Pt. I” (Played courtesy of Townhouse Woods, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. The Last Battle – “Giving Up (Demo)” (Played courtesy of The Last Battle)
6. Yusuf Azak – “Fuel (Piano Version)” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
7. Gone Wishing – “The Watchers” (Played courtesy of Scottish Fiction)
8. KEEL HER – “Other World” (Played courtesy of KEEL HER, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #179
Todays spotlight is a follow-up to their last single, ‘Passing Ships in the Night’, and reportedly combines a socially aware and cynical lyric with an upbeat pop sensibility.
We’ve also embedded their excellent video for the track ‘About Love’ further below, definitely another fantastic feature worth taking in after you check out ‘Poor Folks Live’.Download Poor Folks Live HypeMachine