Well, this was a first – a show recorded on the iPad, live, and flying by the seat of my pants! Other than a slightly fluffed vocal and soudbed coming in a little too soon at the end of one song, it went pretty well (although hearing what I said coming back through the headphones a fraction of a second after I said it was really off-putting). Still, it’s good to try something different every now and again to keep you on your toes. Enjoy the tunes – there’s a real feel of energy behind this week’s selection.
Peur – Explosions
My Cruel Goro – Crapford
Zurich – Chemical / Menace
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Hezekiah Jones is the musical vehicle for Raphael Cutrufello, a Philadelphia-based musician who has been recording with his bandmates–AKA the family Jones–since 2006. Drawn to the cartography of imaginary worlds, Raphael began writing soundtracks to nonexistent science fiction films in middle school. He has written about everything from the inability to grow a proper beard to letters from 30 years in the future, to psychic mobility, or the lack thereof.
In Loving Memory of oosi Lockjaw marks a significant departure—and expansion—in style for Hezekiah Jones–this album is the first time the live band has participated in the recording process. Up until this release, the albums were recorded layer by layer on outdated equipment in bedrooms and basements across Philadelphia.
Their newest creation, In Loving Memory of oosi Lockjaw, will be released by Woodfarm Records in November of 2015.The Dark Heart’s Out HypeMachine
The 120th episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session with mixed genres. The BPM range is 122-180. If the marathon paces are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.
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Lost & Profound
More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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The song from the forthcoming release is a striking effort, the underlying vocals of lead singer Ellem steadily building in intensity beneath the surface and welling up over halfway through as the ambient track slowly unfurls. Its quite a stunning albeit short track, which slowly enraptures the listener up until the end and leaves one absolutely hungry for more. Luckily the full release is only a few short days away and in the meantime for starters you can check out the July release of the excellent video for their first single ‘Still Life’, embedded below.Eyedom HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: birthday, holiday, burping, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Melting Batteries – Mutineers – from Schweinfurt, Germany – source
- Andy Hawk & The Train Wreck Endings – Walking Around – from Hamilton, VA – direct from the artist
- Stanis – Breaking Bad – from Roma, Italy – source
- Fuse – No Matter How You See It – from Atlanta, GA – source
- Quietly Concerned – Good Omen – from Johannesberg, South Africa – source
- Noah Hoffeld – Play Human – from Brooklyn, NY – source
- The Environment – GMT – from Seattle, WA – source
- The Madpix Project – Liquid Blue – from Munich, Germany – source
Caroline’s birthday today
Our fortnight off
Voice message from Noah Hoffeld
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- The next live show will be episode 374, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 4 September 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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This week’s show starts off with two happy accidents. The first comes courtesy of Evil Needle. I was originally going to play a catalog track of his from a Soulection compilation — until I stumbled across the song that opens this week’s show. It is absolutely amazing, and you should click on that Bandcamp link below and get yourself a copy.
The second happy accident comes courtesy of Odesza, another group that’s made a few appearances on this show. They were hired to do a remix for Little Dragon, but instead of getting the song to be remixed, they got the vocal stems from a completely different, unreleased song. So they created something beautiful with it.
And that’s just how we open the show this week. I think y’all will enjoy this one…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #315:
- (00:09) Evil Needle (feat. JMSN), “Worry” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (05:47) ODESZA (feat. Little Dragon), “Light” Buy from: iTunes
- (09:54) Meeke (feat. Urias), “Delicate” Buy from: iTunes
- (13:51) Yarhkob, “Multi Tub” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (17:35) Kill Emil, “When I See Your Smile” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (20:40) Haioka, “Rei Row” Buy from: iTunes
- (25:51) Pelorus, “Shelter” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (29:30) Bosir, “New Love” Buy from: iTunes
- (34:18) Skylab, “Please” Buy from: Bandcamp
- (38:21) Dreamweavers, “Til the End of Time” Buy from: iTunes
- (44:29) Euphonic Traveller, “Oceano” Buy from: iTunes
- (49:47) All India Radio, “The Slow Light” Buy from: Bandcamp
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below.
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Now the Oakland CA band just dropped a new single and music video Far Away And Long Ago. The track, with rich textures of strings and clockwork percussion, explores the disintegration of humanity in an increasingly sterile and more automated world. It’s a free download as part of the new OIM Vol.1 Compilation, so check the link below for that on Bandcamp.
The video, produced by the band and directed by their drummer Dominic Mercurio, follows front-girl Laura Weinbach through a labyrinth of nightmarish rooms in a decaying historic mansion.
Another quick episode for you, talking about my transitioning to solid foods for two weeks, and how I played softball for the first time in many many many many many years!!
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- Myrkyr: Skølgen Skulle Dø (from “M”, Relapse Records)
- Goth: blackness (from “Goth”, Woverhampton, UK)
- Ego Fall: Back to The East (from “Mongol Metal”, China)
- Scissortooth: Nova Gomorrah (from “Novagomorrah”, Vancouver, Canada, Galy Records, Asher)
- Morbid Slaughter: Fuck Off (We Murder) (from “A Filthy Orgy of Horror and Death”, Lima, Peru)
- Behold! The Monolith: Lord of Bones (from “Architects of The Void”, LA, USA)
- Messenger of The Covenant: Wretchedness (ft. Zedadiah Martinez of So This Is Suffering) (from “Wretchedness”, Fresno, California, USA)
- Vile Display of Humanity: See What God Did (from “Vile Display of Humanity, Chicago, USA)
- Evilheart: Rebellion (from Quinquaginta (Re-Release Sept 15, 2015), Mexico)
- Nothing Always Works: In it (Single Release, Portugal)
- Hibria: Tightrope (from “Hibria”, Brazil)
- Hanging Garden: Embers (from “Blackout, Whiteout”, Helsinki, Finland, Life-force Records
- Sarpentra: Supernova (from “Supernova”, Russian Federation)
- Grim Vision: Ten Minutes (from “War Agony”, Hamburg, Germany, Bastardised Records)
- Helleborus: The Carnal Sabbath (from “The Carnal Sabbath”, Colorado, USA)
- Sound Struggle: Funk It (from “Sound Struggle”, Boston, USA)
- Cast To Stone: For What it’s Worth (from “Elusory”, Sydney, Australia)
- Coloured by Numbers: After all of This (from “Love Life // Live Life”, Peterborough, UK)
- Cretus: What I Will (from “Dux Mea Lux” (Pavement Records)
- Dogbane: Warlord (from “When Karma Comes Calling”, NC, USA)
Detroit based band Protomartyr’s new record, “The Agent Intellect”, arrives October 9th worldwide via Hardly Art. This week they started sharing “Dope Cloud,” a new song from the full-length, and apparently as close as the band as ever come to a “radio single.”
The almost-anthem deals in a currency of lost ownership and the futility of creature comforts, as Joe Casey’s lyrics paint mental images of a “saltmine racist gang” and a “pizza king” swollen with riches. It reminds us of the melodic raw power that we initially heard in old favorites like early Jawbreaker, Dag Nasty, Sebadoh and Pavement – definitely one of our favorite tracks released this year.
The Agent Intellect remains available for pre-order, with all initial LP orders on dark green vinyl.
[via Hardly Art Records]Dope Cloud HypeMachine
08.29.15 – Brooklyn, NY – Villain ?
10.09.15 – Detroit, MI – Marble Bar = (tix)
10.10.15 – Detroit, MI – Marble Bar @ ^ (tix)
10.11.15 – Toronto, ON – Horseshoe Tavern ^ (tix)
10.12.15 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz PDT ^ (tix)
10.13.15 – Cambridge, MA – Middle East Upstairs ^ (tix)
10.17.15 – Baltimore, MD – Metro Gallery + (tix)
10.18.15 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s # (tix)
10.20.15 – Raleigh, NC – King’s Barcade # + (tix)
10.21.15 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl (tix)
10.22.15 – Nashville, TN – The Stone Fox (tix)
10.23.15 – Bloomington, IN – Blockhouse # + (tix)
10.24.15 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club # (tix)
10.25.15 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall (tix) 10.28.15 – Nantes, FR – Soy Festival 13 – Stereolux (tix)
10.29.15 – Lille, FR – La Peniche (tix)
10.30.15 – Brighton, UK – Green Door Store (tix)
10.31.15 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club * (tix)
11.01.15 – London, UK – Scala * (tix)
11.02.15 – London, UK – Dalston Victoria % (tix)
11.03.15 – Bristol, UK – The Fleece * (tix)
11.04.15 – Manchester, UK – Sound Control * (tix)
11.05.15 – Glasgow, UK – Stereo * (tix)
11.06.15 – Birmingham, UK – The Rainbow Cellar (tix)
11.07.15 – Cardiff, UK – Swn Fest (tix)
11.09.15 – Brussels, BE – Botanique (Rotonde) (tix)
11.10.15 – Wiesbaden, DE – Schlachthof (tix)
11.11.15 – Hamburg, DE – Hafenklang (tix)
11.12.15 – Copenhagen, SE – Loppen (tix)
11.13.15 – Aarhus, DK – Radar (tix)
11.14.15 – Berlin, DE – Berghain Kantine (tix)
11.16.15 – Cologne, DE – MTC (tix)
11.17.15 – Strasbourg, FR – Le Mudd Club (tix)
11.18.15 – Paris, FR – Point Ephemere (tix)
11.19.15 – Rotterdam, NL – Rotown (tix)
11.20.15 – Utrecht, NL – Le Guess Who? $ (tix)
11.21.15 – Kortrijk, BE – Sonic City – De Kreun (tix)
? – w/ Deradoorian (free w/ RSVP)
= – w/ Deaf Wish, Casual Sweetheart
@ – w/ Spray Paint
^ – w/ Growwing Pains
# – w/ Amanda X
* – w/ METZ
% – w/ Tense Men, Witching Waves
$ – w/ Deerhunter, Lightning Bolt, Shabazz Palaces, more
+ – all-ages show
Podcast for 8-26, talking about my 6th week juicing, and how I will take a 2 week break from juicing after my 5k this sunday!!
Also, be sure to check out my Juicing Journey blog for more details!!
“Vaudevellia! is a collection of songs that play with jazz and world music influences and dabble with pace experimentation and piano and vocal
interweaving.” [from bio]
I really can’t believe we’ve made it this far. Heck, we wouldn’t have made it without YOU, you stalwart listener, you. Thank you. We’ll also say thanks to a few of the show’s staunch supporters from around the globe, Justin will get a bit whimsical and Claire will steer him back on the right track to providing another episode – the 300th – of great independent music.The Playlist Title Album Artist The Ultimate Tool The Ultimate Tool (Single) The Danes Bite The Hook The Bottomless Blue Black Bears Fire Flashing swords Yesterdays Confetti Cats on the Beach We All Know The Words Live In Studio C at Main Street Studios 2014 Jeff Crosby Just Like Them Just Like Them Nicky P Morning Train Letting Go Mirai Steamroller Steamroller Steve Benjamins Mermaid Soul Mermaid Soul Kev Painted Faces Painted Faces Jess McAllister Lilo Lilo – Single Johnny Lucas Lost in L.A. Lost in L.A. Elle Exxe Dreams Who Do You – EP Little Brother Eli Cigarette Song Dark City Life Jon Byrne & the Victims It’s OK It’s OK Tom Rosenthal Clive in the Club 2013 Tom Rosenthal Lion Heart Director’s Notes Emily Wolfe Cha cha bang We Could Be Scenery Van Susans Minnesota Son Take A Stand Pepper And Shepherd We Are Liars The Season Laura Marie
See you next week!
JW and CR
Being in the studio allowed the group to experiment as a band and brought them closer together, after which they ended up with a 13 song labor of love, ‘Reverie’ that tackles the subject of fighting stagnation. Regarding this subject, the band explained that it is “an honest attempt to understand the boredom and comfort of unhealthy situations, poisonous loves, cruel social structures, doubt and dead end routines”.Pillar HypeMachine
Sept 1 – St Catherine’s, ON – The Green
Sept 2 – Peterborough, ON – The Garnet
Sept 3 – Kingston, ON – Musiikki
Sept 4 – Ottawa, ON – Pressed
Sept 5 – Montreal, QC – Le Cagibi
Sept 10 – Toronto, ON (Release Party) – The Piston
Sept 19 – London, ON – EVAC
Oct 10 – Orilla, ON – Brownstone Cafe
Oct 24 – Guelph, ON – Cornerstone Cafe
Nov 28 – Sudbury, ON – TBA