Today’s Dose is a little heavier than usual, but there is nothing wrong with that. It comes to you from Baltimore MD based band Fatally Yours and is from their EP Every Moment available from the iTunes link below. Check out some of their other tracks on their SoundCloud page, also linked to below. Of course, check out the video of Exit Sign too. You know where the link to that is. Check the links below!
Join Claire Rozario down at the The AAA, now called the Archangel Basement, with these excellent live sets and interviews from four fantastic artists: ShaoDow, Model Society, Alex Hulme and Big Zero. It was an excellent night full of great performances, and you can hear it all right here.More About the Bands ShaoDow
A Shaolin Kung Fu trained independent rapper with a Law degree; known for working with genres including Hip Hop, Grime, Dubstep, Rock and House.
Trained in Shaolin Kung Fu in China he has sold over 15,000 copies of his CDs across the world alone, toured in Thailand, performed at Reading and Leeds Festival and headlined the O2 Academy Oxford twice.
He has self released 5 singles, 1 EP, 2 Mixtapes and 2 Albums and co-released the DiY Gang Wireless Headphones range with Freesound Audio.
A quintessentially British sound which breathes new energy into social commentary and satire of today’s surburban life.
Having recorded tracks with the likes of Paul Tipler (Idlewild, Placebo) and Steve Levine (Beach Boys, Culture Club) they have a succesful list of airplay and gigs under their belt including Bestival, O2 December Sessions and supporting Young Knives. They put on a captivating live show and are often described as a musical blend of Blur, Bloc Party and Hard Fi with a nod to the nostalgia of Buzzcocks.
“I’d have said to John Peel, Hey listen to this great sound” Rob Da Bank
“So catchy Interpol and Franz Ferdinand will wonder why they ever bothered.” ARTROCKER
You know the story… three musicians from a no-name town, fed up with listening to the music played on the radio came together to form a band. But this is where the familiarity ends…
These young purveyors of New Wave Punk Rock, are here to shake things up and give Pop music a much needed shot of adrenaline. They are fast, they are loud and they want to get up in everyone’s faces. Adam Saunderson, Bradley Stainton, and Johnny Shinner are taking influence from the best of British and American Pop Rock; from The Cars to The Police, from Green Day to The Sex Pistols. Real bands that play live music. To the outside world they were simply the punks, the weirdos, the outsiders, but together they are BIG ZERO.
Folk-pop singer, writer and loop maker Alex Hulme returns to the AAA as part of his promotional tour for his new single ‘Climb’. Plaudits from Paul McCartney and Billy Ocean aside, his work has received critical acclaim from the likes of Ultimate Guitar and the Beeb.
Alex performs like his life depends on it. Don’t just take our word for it; listen to Sir Macca, listen for yourself. He conquers the intricate layering of loops on a live stage that would put his hero, Foy Vance, to shame, and coming from a humble rural background in the North West, he has a lot to talk about. His lyrics are striking, his vocals are velveteen.
“A beautiful song and a wonderful melody” – Sir Paul McCartney
We lucked out on a recent dive into the vast musical mash of Soundcloud, running into a handful of excellent tracks from London indie pop-rock group JUNGLE DOCTORS. Apparently in a little less than a month’s time the band has amassed over 75,000 plays of their recent single, “The Sea and the Rain”, not to mention a nice healthy listening mark on their slightly older songs, dating back at least a year.
Since the release of their first EP in July 2012, they have picked up lots of attention from blogs and radio stations, releasing “Better”, “Talk to Me” and the newer “Open Up” EP. A notable quote we found from the band: “The first two singles from the EP have done incredibly well compared to the last material that we released, so you can’t help feeling that things are moving forwards, plus people actually want photos with us after gigs now”
We’ve embedded a April 2014 video for “Falling” from the band below, for those hungry for more earlier output from the group. For those in London, you can catch Jungle Doctors at their next live gig opening for Patterns at The Garage on October 25th. A blast of links that you will need follow…Download The Sea and the Rain HypeMachine
V Y D are a NuDisco/Rock group from Southern California, now in Brooklyn. The band is Justin Howard (Singer/Songwriter) and Nick Wisse (Guitarist/Beatmaker). They say that they like mixing electronic beats with regular instruments.
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Hosted this week by Dave & Caroline Lee of The Bugcast
1. Ponychase – Friends (Nashville, E.U.A.)
2. O Abominável – Fleuma (Porto, Portugal) [artista do mês de Outubro]
3. Homem Bala – Viagem (Lisboa, Portugal)
Comprar; Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
4. Bicho do Mato – A Ratoeira (Évora, Portugal)
Comprar: Capote Música
5. Roadkill Ghost Choir – Down & Out (Deland, E.U.A.)
Comprar: Loja oficial
6. Patrick Joseph - Pale Skin (Pittsburgh, E.U. A.)
7. Ark Life - Have to Leave You Now (Denver, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Outubro]
Comprar: Greater Than Collective
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Little Lapin is an unsigned pop-folk artist originally from Devon and is now based in Bristol (UK) who writes honest music straight from the heart. We’ve seen other recent indications she was recently based in Christchurch, New Zealand, and just recently wrapped up a successful post-show for the Austin City Limits Music Festival in the US in the last few days.
The new single Magnet Eyes came out around the last few days of July 2014 and you can check out more of her music at Soundcloud, where we luckily stumbled across her account… or at Bandcamp below.
Also, be sure to check out the fantastic embed on this page of New Zealand photographer Rambo Estrada’s surfing images in sync with her powerful song ‘Silent Tears.’Download Magnet Eyes HypeMachine
A Roadhouse Rewind fills the bill for Roadhouse 502. I’ll be back next week with a new edition.
We continue in the theme established last week - a full hour of new blues. With the labels on a new release roll, nearly every track in this edition was released in the past three months. Big Joe Maher & Jeff Sarli, Roomful of Blues, Delbert McClinton, Tinsley Ellis, and Little Arthur Duncan step out with brand new tracks. It’s truly another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard - the 242nd Roadhouse.
Episode number 115 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart back at the controls. Ten tracks from UK Artists
Recording Date: Wednesday 30 July 2014
Rating: Work Safe
- Tree of Wolves – Let The Night Take Me
Carmarthen | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Anabot – Candy-Eyed
Boulder Co and Los Angeles Ca (ex UK) | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Clockwork Radio – Sitting Bull
Manchester | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | BandCamp
- Dave McPherson – Nothing is Enough
Brentwood | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- A Higher Demise – All These Reasons
Dartford | Facebook | Twitter
- Devereaux – Rendezvous
New York and Los Angeles (ex Milton Keynes) | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | BandCamp
- Hollow People – Surf
Birmingham | ReverbNation | Twitter | SoundCloud
- Jesca Hoop – Hunting My Dress
Manchester | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | Lost Ark Studio FB
- Thalassocracy – Shimensoka
London | Facebook | SoundCloud | Art Is hard BC
- The Healing – Tonopah
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | BandCamp
Another run through the audio channels at Soundcloud brings us a rare and new find from Canada, Bride & Groom, an Indie Folk duo based out of Montréal, Quebec. The duo is guitarist/songwriter Jesse Daniel Smith and cellist Kaitlyn Raitz, who apparently started collaborating in 2014.
After a successful IndieGoGo campaign the couple were able to write, record, and produce their self-titled EP, now available at the Bandcamp link below in addition to other popular streaming music platforms. Do make sure to check out their exceptional video for On the Run, which we’ve embedded further below.Download On the Run HypeMachine
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 2014 Halloween Special
Last year we put together the Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 2013 Halloween Special featuring seven spooky songs from local artists. You can listen to it online and download the podcast by following the link below.
Well, guess what?
That’s right, we’re doing it all over again and are looking for more seasonal acoustic(ish!) songs for Halloween, Guy Fawkes Night, or just the end of October, clocks going back, and Autumn leaves on the ground.
You’ve got until midday on Saturday 25th October 2014 to get your tracks to us, then listen out for the show which will be published on the stroke of midnight on Friday 31st October.
We need your Halloween songs
This week on The Bugcast: after a week away, we make up for it with an update on the past couple of weeks, cover some topical news stories, and play 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Leslie Hunt – Open Your Eyes – from Chicago, IL – source
- Los Once – Mi Amigo El Chino – from Puebla, Mexico – source
- A Is For Atom – The White Dress – from Brooklyn, NY – source
- Cracked Heroes – Smell – from Casarano, Italy – source
- The Gray Havens – Music From A Garden – from Crystal Lake, IL – source
- Saint Jayne – Curses – from Eugene, OR – source
- A Different Ending – No Way Out – from Athens, Greece – source
- The Damn Tracks – Down Below – from Chicago, IL – source
New phones – Samsung Galaxy S5
Recap on Dave and the girls’ trip to OggCamp ’14
The Independent: CEO of Microsoft faux pas
microsoft.com: Satya Nadella email to employees
patheos.com: Atheist Family receive Terrorist threats in Louisianna
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedPodcasts mentioned
The next live show will be episode 332, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 17 October 2014 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).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
Back in its early days, Dave’s Lounge was a weekly show with about six songs per episode. This week’s mix might have been better served being two of those old shows. The first half of this show has a very different feel to it than the second half. Perhaps that just goes to show how versatile this music we call downtempo really is…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #295:
- Karmacoda (feat. Beth Hirsch), “We Don’t Have a Lot of Time” Buy from: iTunes
- The Human Experience (feat. Ayla Nereo), “Dusty Rose” Buy from: Bandcamp
- beLOey (ft. Nadine Carina), “Keep Me” Buy from: iTunes
- Blu.Sine, “Noir” Buy from: iTunes
- Dive Index, “Counting Umbrellas” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Grace Kelly, “Cold Cold Water” Buy from: iTunes
- Tree Bosier (feat. Anna Bo), “Day” Buy from: iTunes
- Savcloud, “Next Time” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Thomas Prime, “Seven Dead Samurai” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Jenova 7, “Theme For A Goodbye” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Arian Hagen, “Everything Changes (Only Memories Stay)” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Wax Tailor, “Que Sera (Phonovisions Symphonic Version)” Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
I’m DJing in Philadelphia next month! You can hear me do live sets at the Gallerie Isada on November 14 and 15 as part of DJX Weekend. Click here for more details. (If you haven’t heard any of my live sets, check out my Mixcloud page.)
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!
We featured Trivial Shields (the project of Christian Carpenter) twice before, now he’s released his EP Vassal States. He says of the EP: “After much protracted preparation, hesitation and self-vexation, Vassal States, the EP I wrote and recorded while living and teaching English in Istanbul, is finally available for your listening enjoyment. Vassal States, is a concise, experimental pop album, tinged with sprinkles of electronica and finished with a heavy dose of existentialist culture-shock. The attached YouTube link is a trailer for the album that explains it’s creation further.”
It was written & Recorded in Istanbul Jan – Jun 2013, mixed in Early Winter 2014 by Jake Birch & Christian Carpenter, and released 23 September 2014.
No rubbish here, all top grade independent musical loveliness
Tom Lowman – Fifteen Months, Liz Longley – Rush, The Travis Waltons – Homewrecker, Emily Wolfe – Lion Heart, Nick Tann – 3AM (Instrumental), Mummy Short Arms – Face Full of Sand, Schnauser – Astral Traveler, Goldstar - Darker Day, Anja McCloskey – Words
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- Psychostick: President Rhino (from “Revenge of The Vengence”, Florida, USA, Asher)
- Dream Circus: Going Down (Fazendas de Almeirim, Portugal)
- Hypnos: How to handle Madness (from “Hypnos”, Göteborg Sweden, Crusher Records)
- Concatenate: 7th (from “The 7th”, Esquel, Argentina)
- Kreyskull: Abomination Jungle (from “Tower Witch”, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Monolyth: Rupture (from “Origin”, Portugal)
- TNT: 10,000 Lovers (In One) (from “30th Aniversary 1982 – 2012″, Finland)
- Thessa: Eternal (From “Exile 2.0″, Anglet, France)
- Estado Novo: The Serpent (from “Estado Novo”, Inverse Records)
- Guardian: Hindsight (from “Guardian”, Sydney, Australia)
- Misophonia: Incapacity (from “Vinctus”, Aarhus, Denmark)
- The Helix Nebula: Crystal Plains (from “Meridian”, Sydney, Australia)
- Meet Me in The Matinee: Patricia LM (from “Beauty in Ordinary”, West Virginia, USA)
- Claw: Too Late (from “Claw”, Switzerland)
- Arroganz: Arisen from Failure Perished… (from “Tod & Teufel”, Cotbuss, Germany, FDA Rekotz, Clawhammer)
- Deserted Fear: With Might and Main (from “Kingdom of Worms”, Germany, FDA Rekotz, Clawhammer)
- Vried: The Reap (from “Welcome, Farewell”, Norway)
- Noctem: Halo of Repugnance (from “Exilium”, Valencia, Spain, Prosthetic Records)
- Sombre Tus Cenizas: Ciclos De Colapso (from “Sombre Tus Cenizas”, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- To The Airship!: Divide (from “Kings & Queens EP”, Melbourne, Australia)
- Toehider: But Mostly Metal (Melbourne, Australia)
- Seven Deadly: Obliviation (London, UK, Stampede Press)
- Flyleaf: Traitor (from “Between The Stars”, Texas, USA, Pledgemusic)
We recently had the pleasure of running into today’s featured track over at soundcloud after diving through multiple releases, getting stopped in our tracks with Shimensoka. The name of the song looks to translate to something along the lines of being surrounded by adversaries and thus isolated in a hostile situation.
The group that released the song, Thalassocracy is comprised of Jake May and Lloyd King who hit it out of the park with the single. It contains a crunchy sludged out guitar line that creates a great visceral feel throughout and even pushed me into revisiting some of good days of old DGC releases and yes, even the ladies of L7. The single was released by the Pizza Club via Art is Hard Records which you can quickly sign up for at the following link.
Thalassocracy will be performing live at Brighton’s Indietro Secret Festival in the UK on October 26th.Download Shimensoka HypeMachine
Yup, still here.. aren’t ya glad ya are listening? Talking about Ebola, and what’s up with my car! Fun stuff!!