LA experimental beatmaker Static Shock has recently created a cohesive sixteen minute aural suite entitled ‘Till Death’, a masterpiece of unique sample laden pieces, each one flowing into the next, all high quality, which can be really rare to find in this style of soundscape, (especially with so unique moments fitting together back-to-back like you find here).
The project has several influences stated, such as producers like DJ Shadow, Madlib, and Cut Chemist. Many of the samples come directly from Static Shock’s late grandparents’ record collection. They both recently passed away, and left him a treasure trove of old vinyl – jazz, big band, blues, and comedy.
This suite was produced as one solid track so that listeners can absorb the entire thing in one sitting and is intended to be one cohesive listening experience, not chopped up into bits and pieces. Get those headphones out, its one of our longest Daily Dose features to date.Download ‘Till Death HypeMachine
Well my lovelies, against al the odds I have managed to pull together some great music for this weeks episode. Some marvellous tunes from 2010 as well as a new one from me, Nick Tann – Coming home, Tom Bishel – The Feeling of Home, a special recording from Matt Stevens, Snow 3, Amaya Huntly – Regrets, The Visitors – Same Old Me, Matt TAylor – Fat Tuesday’s Blue, Menn Arsins – 12 steps to the Liquor Store, Tom Caulfield – Catholic Girls
I had an excellent afternoon with Brady Goss talking about his hard-earned musical career and where he’ll be headed in the future. We stole some time at Sinclair Estate Vineyards in Walla Walla, Washington where they have a lovely grand piano which Brady rattles and shakes with the best of them. In this live interview and session you’ll also hear him play guitar, proving his development as a musician and an artist has just begun.More about Brady Goss
Brady Goss has become something of a northwest institution across Oregon and Washington in the last few years. His signature piano man stylings akin to one of his biggest influences, Jerry Lee Lewis, have brightened the stages of fairs, celebrations, bars, club rooms and all other sorts of musical gatherings. Having added guitar to his repertoire and now sometimes appearing with a band, he’s coming into his own and look to the future and a possible transition from playing mostly covers to playing mostly his own songs.Brady Goss Links
Silent Noise Parade is an alt indie/electro band from, Co. Limerick who formed in late 2011.
Already with an album behind them, the summer of 2013 saw the band release brand new material in the form of their single “Still The Gardens Grow”. Silent Noise Parade has already started writing their second album, which they aim to release in 2014. A new single “Fears” taken from the album was released on 04-04-2014. [edited from the band's bio]
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Hosted this week by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
We featured Trivial Shields (the project of Christian Carpenter) once before, now in preparation for the upcoming Trivial Shields EP, Vassal States, he’s releasing a segue-single entitled Amerikan which is today’s Dose.
Christian says: “I spent most of last year in Istanbul and traveling around Turkey. My first time living for an extended period abroad triggered an onslaught of peripheral neuroses that remained hidden back in the familiar stream of my American life. These common mini-existential crises were a powerful frame for my experience abroad and the primary inspiration for this song.”
Hosted by Dave and Caroline of The Bugcast
Featuring:Lew Bear – Ripples Daventry http://www.lewbear.co.uk/
Sam Dudley – Escape The Cage Brighton http://www.sdudleymusic.co.uk/
Daniel Admon – You Feel Like Home London http://danieladmon.com/
General Union – Phantom Of Delight Swansea http://www.last.fm/music/General+Union [...]
Earlier this year New York band, The Dum Dum Girls released their newest album ‘Too True’, on Sub Pop Records, and are now gearing up for a tour across the US with a list of shows starting next Saturday in Brooklyn:
Sat, Jun 21 – Prospect Park (NY), Brooklyn, NY
Sun, Jul 20 – Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago, IL
Fri, Jul 25 – Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, WA
Sat, Jul 26 – Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, WA
Sun, Jul 27 – Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, WA
Sat, Aug 2 – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
Sat, Aug 9 – Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco, CA
Fri, Sep 19 – Riot Fest Denver, Denver, CO
Sat, Sep 20 – Riot Fest Denver, Denver, CO
Sun, Sep 21 – Riot Fest Denver, Denver, CO
Fri, Nov 7 – Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin, TX Tickets
Sat, Nov 8 – Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin, TX Tickets
Sun, Nov 9 – Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin, TX Tickets
The video below for Under These Hands was released recently as the band collaborated on a “London Session” around their recent UK promotional tour. These sessions are set in iconic venues in East London, and this specific session was shot in Dalston, at local music/pub, the Shacklewell Arms. You can find out more about the company who puts these on, as well as their other videos through the link below.Download Under These Hands HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: World Cup fever, Rik hits Bottom, we have a giveaway competition, and we play 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Lyonn – Midnight Mind – from Orange County, CA – source
- Sam Brown – Miss Understanding – from Charlotte, North Carolina – source
- Bryyn – Dubai – from Lausanne, Switzerland – source
- StarDust – Hidden In A Song – from Verona, Italy – source
- Lejo Harmeson & Essence – All I Want Is Now – from Brownsburg, IN – from the album “Still”
- Deathrow Pardon – Man In The Moon – from Ottenbach, Germany – source
- Luke Spark – Merrick – from Bristol, UK – source
- Longed for Fusion – In Memory – from Neubrandenburg, Germany – source
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedUpcoming events
The next live show will be episode 318, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 20 June 2014 from 21:00 (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
It’s been a month! I’m sorry for leaving you hanging. I’m struggling to keep up with life in general at the moment and I just couldn’t get the show done. I’m back though with the usual blend of eclectic music and eccentric chat. Hope you enjoy it!
00:00 – Cletus Got Shot – Gravedigger – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
34:00 – Cletus Got Shot – Bumming Around – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
41:36 – Nick Tann – Coming Home – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – From his new album called 3AM.
46:09 – Soma – Making Drama – CC BY-SA Licensed- Polish artist from Poznan that I heard on Jamendo electro radio.
61:33 – T-Bird & The Breaks – Monkey In A Tree – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
Big thanks to Armin Krauss for supporting the show via Paypal, plus all the people who continue to give their support via Flattr. I couldn’t do it without you. Your contributions help keep the server and CDN up and the show reaching listeners.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 June 22nd @ 9pm – May be podcast only!
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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Today’s Dose, Eyes Up by Tel Aviv, Israel, based Memory In Plant is the second single from their imminent full-length release An Epic Triumph.
The band consists of Yehiel Hamou, Chen Firsel and Imri Cohen.
Don’t Forget Podcrawl
- Wolfrider: New World Order (Wroclaw, Poland)
- Revelus: Free of it All (NC, USA, Shadow Ent)
- Sons of None: For All I Care (Puerto Rico)
- The Golden Grass: One More Time (Brooklyn, USA)
- Sectioned: Trismus (Edinburgh, Scotland)
- Gravil: Enemy Within (UK)
- Marty Friedman: Lycanthrope (USA, Prosthetic)
- Iron Man: Boston Stranger (Maryland, USA, Shadow Kingdom)
- Miasmic Theory: Watch Your Step (Gothenburge, Germany, Inverse)
- Throne of Vengence: Black Eye (Canada)
- Change to Fire: Big Apple 3am (Utah, USA)
- English Dogs: Freak Boy (UK, Candlelight)
- Humut Tabal: Across the Boundless Lands (Texas, USA, Clawhammer)
- The Osiris Club: Blazing World (London, UK, Indie Recordings)
- For I am King: The Haunted (Amsterdam, Netherlands, Conspiracy)
- Expain: Agressive Progression (Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
- Demonic Resurrection: The Promise Never (Mumbai, India, Candlelight)
- Damn Vandals: I Bring You Love (UK)
- Dead City Streets: S.A.M.B.A. (Hull, UK)
- Rude: Memorial (Berkley, CA, USA, Clawhammer)
- Mutank: W.A.R. (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
Its time for a change for Tacoma, Washington based singer-songwriter Kye Alfred Hillig. Apparently his last two records have drawn heavy from roots, folk and Americana but as a songwriter Hillig felt it was time for a change.
His newest album “Real Snow” is his third studio album as a solo artist, and describes as his version of a ‘folk hip hop record’, full of everything but the acoustic guitar his fanbase has grown accustomed to.
“I hope this change in sound is a surprise, a shock really” Hillig explains. “Not that I want to alienate people but I want to shake things up. I want people to be as excited about different and new as I am.”
We took a listen to the entire release and are happy to say its solid all the way through, one of the best releases we’ve had the privilege to hear thus far in 2014. A few of our other absolute favorite tracks from this eclectic 12 song full-length include “Useless Keys”, “Remains of Elephants”, “When You Were a Waitress”, and the attention grabbing opener “Cold Front.” Do yourself a favor and check the Bandcamp site below where he is currently offering up this entire release for FREE.Download Ugly We Were Born HypeMachine
We’re taking a show off from having guests and just getting down to some great music! You’ll hear new tracks from Fronz Arp, Blacktop Harrison, Tiger.X, Cleo T, Jazz Morley, Charlotte Campbell and more.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Under Our Make Up Under Our Make Up – single Fronz Arp Dust Spirals Sunshine, Dark Eyes Blacktop Harrison Green Eyed Devil Green Eyed Devil – single Tiger.X Little Girl Lost Songs Of Gold & Shadow Cleo T Paper Walls Trying to Make Sense Jazz Morley My Old Bedroom Blue Eyed Soul Charlotte Campbell When She Sings B-Side Little Brother Eli The Pressure’s On Lots to Give Louise Golbey Keeping That Heat Alive The Longest Journey Sample Answer Animal Of The She Wolf EP Della Lupa Bitter Run Out Here Cody Beebe and the Crooks Mama Didn’t Raise No Fool Long Walk Home Kevin Selfe Swoon Swoon – single Emily Wolfe Stories Stories – single Jazz Morley Giraffe Junkie Giraffe Junkie – free single Keston Cobblers Club Loving All You Do The Reverend and Terry Moon Kory Nagler When You Were a Waitress Real Snow Kye Alfred Hillig White Snow Pharmacy Moontalk Welcome to the Circus The Perfect Shade of Green II Skittish Angel Please The Season Laura Marie
See you next week!
~JW and CR
St Tropez just dropped “Maybe Nothing”, their second single and one of three they’re releasing before their full length comes out this Fall.
Stay tuned, because St Tropez will be releasing another single “Let Go” on July 14th as well as a video and some other assorted goodies throughout the summer.
Sessions continued in Baltimore throughout the summer of 2013, and by early fall they had completed a large collection of songs that would eventually be boiled down to the lean eight tracks found on Firework. The album is a slight departure from the sugar-rush fuzz-pop of their debut, 2012′s polished lo-fi Motorcar, but maintains the stylized production values, thick harmony vocals and sun-soaked melodies that originally won them so many Beach Boys comparisons.
New God is currently planning a tour in support of Firework, which will be released digitally and on vinyl and CD by Yellow K Records on July 29, 2014.
[via Team Clermont]Download New God HypeMachine
1. Reuben and The Dark – Marionette (Calgary, Canadá)
Comprar: Arts & Crafts
2. NO – Leave The Door Wide Open (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
Comprar: Arts & Crafts
3. Bruno Pernadas - Première (Lisboa, Portugal)
Comprar: Pataca Discos
4. Thunder & Co. – O.N.O. (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Throes + The Shine – Triba Triba (Porto, Portugal)
6. DW Void – DW Void (Lisboa, Portugal)
7. The Stillwalkers – Bruises (Turku, Finlândia)
Mp3 grátis: Soundcloud