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
In studio guest: Julie Julie Julie from The Weekly Noun!
DJ Butter – http://iamdjbutter.com
Verizon and other cell phone companies
DJ Butter – http://iamdjbutter.com
Vintage Trouble – http://vintagetrouble.com
Trevor Larkin joins us again in the studio and we are invaded by masters of their instruments as The Oz Noy Trio dropped by to have a chat before their show at Main Street Studios. Yes, we’ll have some excellent independent music for your ears as well.
The current amalgamation of The Oz Noy Trio includes Oteil Burbridge on bass, Keith Carlock on drums and of course, Oz Noy on guitar. If you listed all of the current touring players, these chaps will have played with all of them. We got to discussing getting in the groove, the zone, learned about the Oz Noy Trio’s most recent release, “Twisted Blues, Volume 2″ and were blown away later with their live performance at Main Street Studios.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Heads & Tails (MASTER) Kiwi Hit Disc 2 a.m. Orchestra Alive The Age of the Universe The Age of the Universe Too Much To Hold Charlotte Ward Charlotte Ward Just Groove Me (feat. Dave Weckl) Twisted Blues Vol 2 Oz Noy Trio Home Sweet Home Sample Answer Sample Answer Black Books One of the Same Kind – EP Alex Gregory Disappearing California Gypsies California Gypsies Cause and Effect Chris Fewell Chris Fewell Highs and Lows Adam Isaac Adam Isaac Oxygen Thief Independence (A Lack Of) MassMatiks License To Drive Big Zero Big Zero Interview with The Oz Noy Trio: Oz Noy, Keith Carlock and Oteil Burbridge
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Today’s Dose Swallow the Rival comes off Brooklyn based The Tablets‘ forthcoming sophomore EP Ground, out summer 2014.
The Tablets are the songs of Brooklyn-based, Mexican born musician Liz Godoy. She performs them with good friends, and artist Melissa Godoy Nieto does live visuals at their shows.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. For more great podcasts check out musicpodcasting.org.
Hosted this week by Nick Tann of Is This Thing On Podcast
Do to the Beast was created in L.A., New Orleans, Cincinnati, and Joshua Tree – a virtual map of the band’s past and present homes. “The album was named in Cincinnati, which is especially fitting,” singer Greg Dulli notes. “I was recording a beatbox track for the song ‘Matamoros,’ and my friend Manuel Agnelli (of Italian rock band Afterhours) was in the control room. After I finished, he said it sounded like I was singing ‘Do to the beast what you do to the bush.’ And I thought, ‘Brother, you just named the record.’”
The group is currently gearing up to start a European tour at the end of June and just added a few extra dates to their forthcoming US tour, coming this Fall.Download Matamoros HypeMachine
Gothenburg Sweden indie artist H.M. Hammarin has just released what appears to be his newest single, ‘It Began Again’ which I am thoroughly enjoying, partially due to some similarities to a favorite artist, Dave Wakeling (from English Beat and General Public). Whilst there are some aforementioned similarities like the smoking sax throughout, it definitely is unique in several ways and is quite the quality track.
A bio on a company website, translated from Swedish calls H.M.H an incurable hypochondriac, tormented by OCD and sometimes provocative narcissistic packaged with a good dose of self distance and bizarre humor.
To listen to more recent tracks, it appears that H.M. Hammarin released a new EP earlier this year around March called ‘Ham Acting’ which you can get to by hitting up the Soundcloud link below.
[Via BirdsWillSingForYou]Download It Began Again HypeMachine
Episode Number 107 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Eight great tracks this time, a bit heavier than normal.
And Stuart has some things to say for a change.
Recording Date: Saturday 07 June 2014
Rating: Work Safe
- Rayne – Raise The Alarm
From Sunderland | MySpace | Facebook | Twitter
- Circle Of Reason – Chasing The Sun
From Bournemouth / Southampton | Faceboook
- Beta Rays – Cure The Animal
From London | ReverbNation
- Ikil Oriion – For Better ‘R’ Worse
From London | Official Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Time In Antarctica – Run
From Nottingham | Official Web Site (via BandCamp)
- Down The Machine – Everything I Am Not
From Leeds | Facebook | Twitter
- Inherit The Stars – Ground Zero & We’ll Fall Together
From Sheffield | Official Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
This week on The Bugcast: Virgin broadband, Virgin TiVo, Virgin OD, and 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Boxing Fox – Da Dat Da Dat – from Braunschweig, Germany – source
- Carrington MacDuffie – Only An Angel – from Austin, TX – source
- Thoola – Toy Soldiers – from Prague, Czech Republic – source
- Anne Davis – Where The Roads Cross – from Jackson, MS – source
- Illusion of Art – La Plano – from Plano, TX – source
- Backnbloom – Slip Away – from Venice, CA – source
- The Green Tea Monkeys – Zero Zero – from Munchen, Germany – source
- Sueño de Dahlia – Marioneta – from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico – 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 317, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Thursday 12 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
From Montreal in Canada, Good Nite Gilligan are the reformed incarnation of ’90s punk/grunge band Gilligan’s Fish. More hard rock than the original band, they are about to release their first EP since reforming, somewhat ironically titled ‘Greatest Hits’. It doesn’t have a release date yet, so check out the social links below for more.
After digging in the crates a bit before my DJ gig last Saturday, I managed to find a classic track that I first played all the way back in Dave’s Lounge #2. Sadly, that tune is mysteriously out of print these days. This has me thinking it’s time for another defunct bands episode soon. For now, though, I’ve got quite a playlist of new music for your listening pleasure…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #286:
- Shantel, "Inside" Buy from: Amazon
- Anthony Valadez, "Good Lookin’" Buy from: iTunes
- Lost Midas, "Head Games (feat. Audris)" Buy from: iTunes
- Es-K, "whyyouDOTHATtho" Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
- Tourist, "Patterns (ft. Lianne La Havas)" Buy from: iTunes
- Quixotic and The Human Experience, "From the Outside Looking in" Buy from: Bandcamp
- Aime, "Coloured Happiness" Buy from: iTunes
- Gelka, "Chilled Dinosaur" Buy from: iTunes
- Van, "Walk by the Boulevard" Buy from: iTunes
- ID3, "After Dark" Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
- Night and Day, "La Plena Noche (feat. Magica Fe)" Buy from: iTunes
- Mathieu & Florzinho, "All Forever One (feat. Barbara Yaa Boahene)" Coming soon…
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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!
I should have recorded this podcast on a tram shouldn’t I? I missed a trick there. Unfortunately the thought didn’t occur to me until halfway through the podcast. Never mind.
There were some grumblings from various sources about last week’s (early morning) podcast that seemed to suggest it contained a bit too much rambling and uninteresting chat. So this week I try desperately not to talk as much… and to play more music. I don’t think it really worked out that way though. I’m sure I probably talked as much as normal. I think we may just have to face the fact that it’s a physical impossibility for me not to ramble at length about nothing in particular. I’m so very sorry.
1. Part Chimp – “New Cross” (Played courtesy of Rock Action / Music Alley)
2. Cat Problems – “I Smell Fertility” (Played courtesy of When Cunts Sing, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Rejected & The X club – “i just wanna be with my cats” (Played courtesy of Soy Mutante, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Wozniak – “Paper Hat” (Played courtesy of Wozniak)
5. The Spook School – “Hallam” (Played courtesy of The Spook School, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Merrnie – “It Matters” (Played courtesy of When Cunts Sing, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Swearin’ – “Irrational” (Played courtesy of Swearin’, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Decent Lovers – “2Star” (Played courtesy of Decent Lovers, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
9. Soft Lads (Finnmark! + This Many Boyfriends) – “Never Again” (Played courtesy of EardrumsPop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
10. Bastard Mountain – “Drone Armatrading” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #169
Don’t Forget Podcrawl
- Revelus: To Live (NC, USA, Shadow Ent)
- Orange Goblin: Hounds Ditch (London, UK, Candlelight)
- Mutank: Heavy Hand of The Doomsday Clock (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Henric Blomqvist & Friends: Plenty of Reasons (Jakobstad. Finland, Inverse)
- Mordbrand: That Which Crawls (Sweden, Deathgasm)
- Red Eleven: Tomorrows Path (Finland, Lifeforce)
- As The Storm: Hopeless (Bordeaux, France)
- Sons of None: Party as we Burn (Puerto Rico)
- The Golden Grass: Sugar ‘n’ Spice (Brooklyn, USA)
- American Standards: Circus Rats (Arizona, USA)
- Amok: Make Time to Kill Time (Scotland)
- Horrid: Sacrilegious Fornication (Italy, Dunkelheit, Clawhammer)
- Fist Fight: Idle Hands (Denver, USA)
- Hollow: A New Life (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Farseer: Nightmare Collide (Glasgow, Scotland)
- Scordatura: Sutured Flesh (Glasgow, Scotland)
- Corrosion of Conformity: Trucker (North Carolina, USA, Candlelight)
- Gravil: Structurally Unsound (UK)
- Marty Friedman: Steroidhead (USA, Prosthetic)
- Diesel King: Horror. Disgust (UK)
- Wolfrider: Heart Of Iron (Wroclaw, Poland)
- On Top: No Shame (Philadelphia, USA, Clawhammer)
- Down The Machine: Null & Void (Leeds, UK, Ambicon)