Merry Christmas to all those listeners and supporters who’ve been with us over this last continuous year of new (and even older) music via the 365 Daily Doses and smattering of regional live shows. Today, we’ve got a special track from Norwegian electronic giants, Röyksopp who put quite a lot of emotion into the best version of Cantique de Noël we’ve heard to date.
If you are feeling a bit more adventurous than holiday music today, be sure to check out the slightly darker new track Skulls which you can find at the band’s social sites below along with the brilliant video. Highly recommended.Download Le Cantique de Noël HypeMachine
It’s time for our most comprehensive independent music holiday special yet! We’ve got some new submissions, a few gigs to share and then we’re off to the races with a show full to the brim with holiday songs! Join us!
You can also pop over to our Facebook page to find links to some of the songs and albums featured here so you can download them for yourself and get them into your various holiday playlists!The Playlist Title Album Artist Knees Up Christmas Christmas single Stone Pony Fade (Tired Eyes) Fade (Tired Eyes) single Mary Joanna Thoughts Carbonine Carbonine Should We Go December Big Tree One of a Kind One of a Kind Nathan Sheridan Blueprints Blueprints (single) Austin Tweddle Sport For Kings Sport For Kings (Single, free music feature) Kids on Bridges December December (single) Wooden Arms Blue Christmas Christmas single Joseph Eid Dancing Shoes Dancing Shoes (single) Sam Way Christmas (Not As Much As We Would Like) Christmas (Not As Much As We Would Like) Onions Every Sock Gets a Hole B-sides Tom Rosenthal Last Christmas Christmas single Jazz Morley An Idiot for Christmas Hot Christmas! Hot Breakfast! Trying to Quit Xmas Long Ago Jeremy from Boise This Christmas Day Christmas single Casitas Musical Chairs Christmas single Van Susans Merry Christmas Acoustic Blues Jams Freeky Cleen Christmas Time Christmas single Lonna Marie Winter Song You Will Go Again From Me EP The Mouth of Ghosts Messed Up This Christmas (More Love Goes Into Handmade Gifts) More Love Goes Into Handmade Gifts: a holiday ep Kori Pop Christmas Is Coming Christmas Is Coming – Single Lauren Housley Song for Winter Solstice Maiden, Mother, (Crone) Jordan Reyne Christmas Quiet (Sam de Groot remix) 2012 Tom Rosenthal You Are My December Big Tree Silent Night December Big Tree
Happy Holidays! See you next week!
~JW and CR
A Christmas song from Salisbury Indie Popsters The Boy From Space – a song of longing, loneliness and cartoon robins. It features vocals from the Pocket Gods very own Mark Lee. Come Home (For Christmas) is a seasonal re-working of their fan favourite ‘Come Home’ from the ‘London Paris Tokyo Space’ album with added Accordian and beats and a bizarre but festive video stroll as a Boy From Space is lost in London at Christmas!
I have port (both store bought and home made) and a thumb piano. This can only mean it’s the first part of the annual Edinburgh Man end-of-year poll results show.
Throughout the month of December listeners to the podcast have been voting for their five favourites tracks from 2014 that were played on the show. These votes have been counted and crunched and the resulting list will be played over two shows. This is the first one – tracks 50 down to number 25.
A word of warning – I consume two glasses of port throughout the podcast and there is some rambling as a result. Next time I’ll stick to Christmas tea. Honest.
50. The Belly of Paris – “There Was No Snake” (Played courtesy of The Belly of Paris)
49. Siobhan Wilson – “Dear God” (Played courtesy of Song, by Toad Records)
48. Tape Waves – “All I Can See” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
47. No Kill – “Big Muff Scream” (Played courtesy of No Kill)
46. Townhouse Woods – “Cricket Hymn, Pt. I” (Played courtesy of Townhouse Woods, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
45. Trick Mammoth – “Candy Darling” (Played courtesy of WIAIWYA)
44. Ivor MacGyver (The Spook School + The Just Joans) – “Saliva” (Played courtesy of Eardrums Pop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
43. David Thomas Broughton & Juice – “In Service” (Played courtesy of Song, by Toad Records)
42. Radiator Hospital – “Blue Gown” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
41. Bastard Mountain – “Swam Like Sharks” (Played courtesy of Song, by Toad Records)
40. Book Group – “Get Up And Go” (Played courtesy of Book Group)
39. Star Wheel Press – “Multiple Personality Murder” (Played courtesy of Dull and Indifferent)
38. The Saurs – “Close-up” (Played courtesy of The Saurs, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
37. Nallo – “Isla Vista” (Played courtesy of Nallo / Ecstattic Studio)
36. Colour Me Wednesday – “Half A Life” (Played courtesy of Colour Me Wednesday, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
35. KEEL HER – “(I Hate It) When You Look at Me” (Played courtesy of KEEL HER, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
34. Randolph’s Leap – “Foolishness Of Youth” (Played courtesy of Randolph’s Leap)
33. Stanley Odd – “Pastimes” (Played courtesy of Stanley Odd)
32. joyride! – “jump start” (Played courtesy of joyride)
31. CRUISING – “You Made Me Do That” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
30. Bikini Jesus – “Under A Spell” (Played courtesy of Bikini Jesus)
29. Love Starved Women of Beatnik Island – “Are You a Song?” (Played courtesy of Love Starved Women of Beatnik Island, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
28. the second hand marching band – “This is the Story” (Played courtesy of the second hand marching band, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
27. Cat Smell – “Cheap Date” (Played courtesy of Cat Smell)
26. eagleowl – “Life We Knew” (Played courtesy of wiaiwya)
25. Yusuf Azak – “Fuel (Piano Version)” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
Direct Download: Best of 2014 Part 1
Virginia based favorite Wild Nothing (aka Jack Tatum) released this holiday track last year after making the recording for fun… a well executed cover of the Captain Sensible track, One Christmas Catalogue.
As was a world away for those in the US, or potentially before some of your times, the song originally released in the UK in 1984 by Captain Sensible, after he left the band he co-founded in 1976, The Damned. They have the distinction of being the first UK punk band to put out a single/LP in ’76/’77.Download One Christmas Catalogue HypeMachine
Network favorites Sentinel have released their annual Christmas single, this time the San Francisco dream pop group have covered the modern classic Last Christmas by Wham.
Hosted this week by Justin Wayne and Claire Rozario of The Justin Wayne Show
Merry Christmas everyone!
Music this week is from Jamendo and the artists. Theme song is from Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
MonacoLorenzo – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Jason Silver – I Saw Three Ships
Out of Orion(OX3) – Christmas Morning
Kate Orange – Carol of the Bells
Ground & Leaves – And You With Me(A Song for Christmas)
Allison Crowe – Wexford Carol
1. Great Pagans – Happy Now (Brighton, Inglaterra)
2. Tweito – The Pride of the Lion (Columbia, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Noisetrade
3. Tango Alpha Tango – Kill & Haight (Portland, E.U.A.)
4. Evil Eyes – Johnny Said (São Francisco, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
5. The Savage Nomads – Head On Master (Londres, Inglaterra)
Mp3 grátis: Soundcloud
6. The Delines – Calling In (Portland, E.U.A.)
7. Miguel Carvalho – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Ponta Delgada, Açores)
Mp3 grátis: Soundcloud
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Cheers, and Happy Christmas!Download She Screams Christmas HypeMachine
As our lonely little planet once again turns a corner and makes its way around the sun, we look back at the year that was by taking a moment to examine what our media landscape has become. We live in a world where the recording and radio industries are run by big data, and it turns out we’re the ones supplying a lot of that data. We live in a media environment where a breach of a movie studio’s computer security can somehow morph into a “terrorist threat” against “American interests”. In this sort of environment, it helps to understand who’s really delivering a message like that and why. It also helps to realize how that environment gets funded, and what we can do to change that.
Independent voices in media are more important than ever these days, and there’s never been a better time to support them.
If you’ve missed hearing me talk at the beginning of the show, you’re in luck. I’ve got plenty to say this week.
I also have more than two hours of great music from this year for you. Here are the songs that you selected as your favorites from 2014. Here’s to another trip around the sun, and here’s to the music that guided us along the way…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #300:
- (0:00:10) Submotion Orchestra, “Trust / Lust” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:12:27) Minor Rain, “All With You” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:17:31) Ghostsoul, “Burning Lungs (feat. Melody Myla)” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (0:22:08) Hugo Kant, “Secret Society” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (0:26:30) Boo Boo Davis, “Sorry Baby” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:30:46) mister T., “Woodblocks” Free download from: Bandcamp
- (0:34:56) Got A Girl, “Heavenly” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:38:47) Niia, “Body” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:43:34) Tom Strobe, “Love Lights (feat. 2MONK)” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:48:32) Odesza, “Sun Models (feat. Madelyn Grant)” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:51:12) Poldoore, “Call It A Day” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (0:55:24) Jan Amit, “Heal (Ficci and Laura Hahn Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- (0:58:33) Alina Baraz & Galimatias, “Pretty Thoughts” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:02:03) Dive Index, “Counting Umbrellas” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:06:41) Alice Russell, “I’m The Man That Will Find You” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:10:48) Marlena Shaw, “Woman Of The Ghetto (Akshin Alizadeh Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:15:45) Demented Sound Mafia, “Lost In Angola” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:19:52) Tim Angrave, “Faith in You (Five Seasons Confidence Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:25:35) Philip Aniskin and Alexey Krapotkin, “Spring Thaw” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:29:36) Litany, “Look” Free download from: Facebook
- (1:33:28) Randy Seidman, “Fazura (Polished Chrome Mix)” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:39:13) Lynchy Dada, “Lune” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:44:26) G, “Outer Space (feat Genevieve)” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:47:56) Lost Midas, “Head Games (feat. Audris)” Buy from:iTunes
- (1:50:55) Cross My Heart Hope To Die, “Wild Side” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (1:54:46) Marian Hill, “Got It” Buy from: iTunes
- (1:57:54) Nanobyte (feat. Mary Lambert), “Part Of Life” Buy from: iTunes
- (2:04:27) nimino, “A Different You (feat. Alex Larsson)” Free download from: Facebook
- (2:08:22) Dee C’rell, “The Ballad Of Love” Buy from: iTunes
- (2:16:47) Wax Tailor, “Que Sera (Phonovisions Symphonic Version)” Buy from: iTunes
- Terracota Blue, “Leaves” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Klangstein, “Run” Buy from: iTunes
- Permanent4, “By Candlelight” Buy from: iTunes
You can hear another great mix of tunes from 2014 on the Dave’s Lounge app, which will give you to streaming access all the latest episodes of Dave’s Lounge, plus bonus mixes not available in the regular podcast. The Dave’s Lounge iPhone app is available for iOS, Windows Mobile, and Windows 8. Android users in the U.S. can get the app for free exclusively from Amazon.
Enjoy the show, and as always, thank you for listening.
Episode number 120 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Six tracks from UK Artists
Recording Date: December 2014
Rating: Work Safe
- Buried by Bears – Game Over
Guildford | Web Site
- Silhouettes – Millieu
Worksop | Facebook
- Amity – Pull Me Up
Wolverhampton/Brighton | BandCamp | Facebook
- Noir Noir – Black Hates
Manchester | Web Site
- Deathboy – Zombie Overlords
London | Web Site
- The Dale Von Minaker Band – Marie Marie Marie
Kidderminster | Facebook
A family emergency pulls me away from The Roadhouse for a week. Show 200 stands in for show 512. I hope to be back next week with the final new version of The Roadhouse for 2014.
The 200th edition of The Roadhouse Podcast marks a strong year in the blues, with a look at my top 10 blues releases of 2008. We hold the milestone show celebration for the 4th anniversay in February and, instead, keep the spirit festive with more great blues Christmas cuts. It's a celebration of the holidays and the best of 2008 in the 200th Roadhouse Podcast.
Montreal artist Xavier Cafeine is preparing to release his next album New Love on February 17th and has just put out the first excellent holiday flavored single, “Love Disease (Christmas in New York).” While the forthcoming New Love is described as an anthemic celebration of the will to survive, his first single, is also described an ode to the pain and isolation of one’s first Christmas without a lost love.
Fluent in both English and French, Cafeine likens his approach to songwriting to an accomplished chef who favors using several varied ingredients:
“I really want to push my musical boundaries, explore a wider spectrum, and return to what I love about writing and recording. We often try to define music into styles and categories. My music has been described as garage, glam, punk, and pop. Whatever. I always found it a bit simplistic. I am a musician first and foremost.”
[via the Musebox]Download Love Disease (Christmas in New York) HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: our annual Christmas music special, featuring 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Lorenzo’s Music – God Rest You Merry Gentlemen – from Madison, WI – source
- Leo Bowers – Ten Pound Boxes – from Colombus, USA – source
- Carrington MacDuffie – I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus – from Austin, TX – direct from the artist
- Crazy Quilt Bouquet – Santa Won’t Wait – from Derbyshire, UK – source
- kangsinu – Christmas In Rhapsody (Piano Version) – from Seoul, South Korea – source
- Sleeping Sky – Sweeter The Bell Never Sounds – from Oberrot, Germany – source
- ccMixter & Jamendo – Noel (Snowflake Mix feat. Frozen Silence) – from Various – source
- I’m Fresh, You’re Pretty – Christmas Avec Toi – from Angers, France – source
The 4th Annual HPR New Year 26 Hour Show, starting at 10:00UTC on December 31st! Be a part of it!
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedPodcasts mentioned
The next live show will be episode 342, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 2 January 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).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
Clockwork Radio have put together a video, their version of ‘Fame’ by David Bowie.
Their album is available as a free download too at their web site
This week’s show features an interview with Robin Barrett from the Walla Walla Guitar Festival coming up on March 13th and 14th. You’ll find out who’s coming, the special surprises, and the secret code to get a discount on tickets purchased during the earlybird phase. Claire’s also got loads of great new music and we’ll do our usual feature about the going’s on this week in both London and Walla Walla.The Playlist Title Album Artist Blue Christmas Blue Christmas (single) Joseph Eid Future Loves Me Future Loves Me (single) schmockyyy Hash Tags and Therapists Static And Trembling / MP3 The Story Changes You’ve Got All Wrong Taste for Blood Smokey Brights I’m Alright Look At Life Kings Harbor Piece of Mind Sorry I’m Late Elektric Wildfire Ill Be Fine Ethan Jano Pow-Wow Front Portch to Frontier The Great Spirit Band New Years Day December Big Tree It’s Your Birthday! The New Birthday Song Contest The Blank Tapes Never Mind Buying Time Painted Faces Jess McAllister DA DA DA Err on the Side of Love The Madisons Interview with Robin Barrett from The Walla Walla Guitar Festival Howl Howl (single) Robin Barrett and Coyote Kings Howl at the Moon Howl at the Moon Campbell Davis Synthesizing Synthesizing (single) Elle Exxe I Don’t Care When They Say I’m Going Nowhere I Don’t Care When They Say I’m Going Nowhere (single) Lola King and the Kickstarts Dancing with Death Dancing with Death (single) Jazz Morley
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Tigers of the West are from Belgium and have released two tracks on SoundCloud and BandCamp. They say they play “Noise Pop / Space R&B / Kraut Jazz / Psychodelicious Gucci Shoegaze.”
They also say this of themselves: “Imagine your head’s stuck in the belly of an oud, run through a battery of effect pedals, then amplified to hell with old tube cabinets, and you might get close to grasping what racket Tigers of the West have been making in their rehearsal shack.”
2014 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Thanks to all of the artists who’ve submitted songs for this year’s show. If you want to catch up on the previous three then the links are here.
2014 Christmas Special
To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 124 to download for free.
1. Terry Naylor – I Heard The Angels Sing
Taken fom the EP That’s What Christmas Is
4. Leo Roberts – No Room At The Inn
12. TJ & Murphy – Silent Night
This song is available to download for free up until December 24th from reverbnation.com/tjmurphy
Ken Nicol – God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman, and other songs
Taken from the superb Christmas album ‘Tidings’ available to buy from kennicolmusic.com
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 on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music is King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water.
The post Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 2014 Christmas Special appeared first on Liverpool Acoustic.
Ah, the last regular podcast of the year. And the good news for me is that I can now drink again. To celebrate I’ve cracked open the Aldi Tawny Port (which is rather nice) and pulled together the most chilled out, and slightly festive playlist that I could managed. In fact, I was tidying up this week and found some homemade white “port” lurking at the back of a cupboard in a demijohn. I haven’t tasted it yet, but took a whiff and if nothing else it smells fairly alcoholic. Perhaps next week’s first part of the end-of-year poll may have to be fuelled by this questionable liquid.
1. Randolph’s Leap – “One More Sleep ’til Christmas” (Played courtesy of Randolph’s Leap)
2. eagleowl – “Clean the Night” (Played courtesy of wiaiwya)
3. Lowpines – “Heavy hander” (Played courtesy of EardrumsPop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. entertainment for the braindead – “An Answer” (Played courtesy of entertainment for the braindead)
5. Aunt Sis – “Heirs” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
6. Cloudkicker – “Sky Guide” (Played courtesy of Cloudkicker, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Collapsible Mountains – “Lights Have Gone Out” (Played courtesy of Collapsible Mountains)
8. ballboy – “Merry Christmas to the Drunks, Merry Christmas to the Lovers” (Played courtesy of ballboy)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #190