Buri Italy based indie pop band Fabryka will be arriving here stateside in Austin, TX this coming March for the South By Southwest Musical Festival, their debut performance there. The group is apparently led by vocalist Tiziana Felle, who interestingly sings in Italian and English, and has been compared to Feist, CHRVCHES, and St. Vincent.
In 2012 everything came together for the band when they released 5 Days, a successful EP that brought Fabryka all over Italy and abroad. It is from the 5 Days EP that today’s featured track comes, a beautiful effort and one of many great discoveries on this five track release.
For those in Austin, Texas this March, Fabryka’s SXSW showcase is on Friday, March 20 at Buffalo Billiards. Fabryka will follow their stop at SXSW with an appearance at Primavera Sound in Spain and then onward to their third EP in April 2015.
Watch their video for “The Good Insight” further below.Download Young Signals HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: tight undies, racist fans, Disney criminals, and usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Thomas Allan – Walks Like Chaplin – from Mönchengladbach, Germany – source
- Neon NiteClub – I Want You – from Orlando, FL – source
- Josephine Sillars – February Has A Smoking Problem – from Glasgow, Scotland – source
- Andy Hawk & The Train Wreck Endings – Temptation – from Hamilton, VA – source
- Boogie Belgique – Forever And Ever – from Ghent, Belgium – source
- Road Man – Dangerous Road – from Ithaca, NY – source
- The Freaks – The Great Epidemic Of Your Age – from Yaroslavl, Russia – source
- ProleteR – My Melancholy Baby – from Toulouse, France – source
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- The next live show will be episode 350, which will be our Listener’s Choice, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 27 January 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).
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Spencer says “When I was a kid, I performed onstage from the ages of 9-12 with a variety of large, sweaty, golden-throated dudes like Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo in front of thousands. Nowadays, I perform by myself in my bedroom in front of my old He-Man action figures. It’s not quite as grand, but it’s less sweaty, and a good deal more cozy.”
Back when I started this podcast I made it 30 minutes long. Partially because I had no idea what I was doing, but mostly because I thought that 30 minutes was a good length of time for a new music podcast. Over the years it hass grown in size to 45-60 minutes in length for a variety of reasons. However, recently I’ve been listening to lots more podcast during my commute, and I still think there is a sweet spot round about half an hour. So, as an experiment, we’re reverting to 30 minute long podcasts for a few weeks. I don’t want you to feel like you’re being short changed though, so there’ll be two a week! Starting next week. 8pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In other news I shaved my beard off. My chin is cold and my son laughs hysterically at me.
1. FEATURE – “Wisdom Teeth” (Played courtesy of FEATURE)
2. Spot Collins – “The Years” (Played courtesy of Spot Collins, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. warcries – “ZODIAC” (Played courtesy of Warcries, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Collapsible Mountains – “Laid Plans” (Played courtesy of Collapsible Mountains)
5. The Belly of Paris – “Sockburn Wyrm” (Played courtesy of The Belly of Paris)
6. Laundry League – “Lethologica 2″ (Played courtesy of Laundry League, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Trust fund – “Cut me out” (Played courtesy of Trust fund, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #193
- Caelestia: Blessing of Tragedy (from “Beneath Abyss”, Athens, Greece, Inverse Records)
- Ash is a Robot: Karma never Sleeps (from “Sympathetic Vibration”, Portugal, Intune) Touring and of Feb UK
- Cry Excess: Unto Death (from “Ambition is The Sh**”, Turin, Italy, Luxor Records, Persistent Heart)
- The Damned: Eloise (from “Another Live Album from The Damned”, UK, Southworld Records, Candlelight)
- Jacob Messianic: Face in Me (from “The Beginning”, Manchester, UK, CoffeeJingle Records)
- Unearth The Kings: Rock, Boulders, Mountains (from “And Yet it Moves”, Tenbury Wells, UK)
- Orgasmic Victim: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (from “Pain of Ass Drilling”, Russia)
- Nepente: Show me That you are Still …. (from “I will get your soul”, Columbia, Cimmerian Shade Recordings, Clawhammer) 31 March 2015
- Empire of Fools: Devil Inside (Single Release, Southwest UK, Stampede)
- Ovids Withering: Earthshaker I (from “Scryers of the Ibis”, Tampa, Florida, USA)
- Aeolist: I from “I”, Norwich, UK)
- The Djentstick Project: Nightcrawler (Single Release, Mexico)
- Defy All Reason: Bad Blood (Single Release, Wrexham, North Wales)
- Keep of Kalessin: Dark Divinity (from “Epistemology”, Trondheim, Norway, Indie Recordings) 16th Feb
- The Sanity Days: My Last Words (from “Evil Beyond Belief”, USA, Candlelight Records) 23rd Feb
- Cryptic Hymn: Revel in Disgust (Single Release, Kentucky, USA, Asher)
- Velocirapture: Erratic Retaliator (from “Palaeogene”, Florida, USA)
- Iris: Candle (from “Something to live for”, Kent, UK, Engineer Records, Ambicon)
- Barishi: In The Hour of The Wolf (from “Endless Howl”, Vermont, USA, Clawhammer)
- Vital Signs: The Chosen (from “Smoke and Mirrors”, Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Venrez: Hang The Predator (from “Children of the Drones”, LA, USA)
- Dehuman: Crypts of Blood (from “Graveyard of Eden”, Brussels, Belgium)
- Dö: Frostbites ( froom “Den of Dö, Helsinki, Finland, Direct)
Back once again it’s the incredible, rhyme animal! Ok that’s where my woeful Chuck D impression ends but there is another instalment of Rathole Radio for your enjoyment. I experimented a bit more with a backing loop and I’m still finding my way around the broadcast software, but it was a fun mix of eclectic mix of music and chat. I hope you enjoy it! Feedback welcome as always.
00:00 – More Or Les – Brunch – All Rights Reserved
Jezra’s Geography lesson – I Am Not Lefthanded couldn’t have moved from Dublin to California he says because Dublin is IN California!! – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dublin,_California
Backing Loop: http://freesound.org/people/Sub-d/sounds/49656/
Big thanks to everyone who continues to click the Flattr buttons on the various episodes and send donations through Paypal, you keep this show going!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 March 1st 2015 @ 9pm UK
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.
Music Sources and Licensing: A few of the tracks in this show are from the artists own personal websites and don’t contain licensing information. That’s why they are listed as unknown. The individual licenses are listed next to each track, where known. If there is no license listed you must assume all rights are reserved on that song.
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NoPop is a nowave, pop act out of Brooklyn heavily influenced by such groups as the Pixies, DNA, Minutemen, and David Bowie. In April we saw the first single O, TV from their new effort, an excellent song that drives home, hitting the raw pulse and energy behind some of the peak years of those they are influenced by, albeit containing the band’s own unique pink-punk touch.
NoPop’s first EP “See Pretty” was officially released in May of 2014 and can be found at the Bandcamp link below for immediate purchase. In addition, you can also check out more from the band and a slew of other great artists on Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen Compilation: Section 5 at the link below.
[via Mama CoCo’s]Download O, TV HypeMachine
This week’s show is full of music as we set out on our campaign for more voters for the 2015 Birthday Best Awards. Yes, you too can vote and you can do so right over here (or down in the right sidebar if you’re on the site. We’ll have some new stuff too as well as some of the great music from the last few years.The Playlist Title Album Artist Excited Eyes Excited Eyes (single) The Notionaries The Rabbit Hole The Rabbit Hole (single) Kaige Evans Ugly Babies Pretty Enough to Live Barbie Dolls Infinite Loops Infinite Loops (single) Fjokra Shell Shock Shell Shock (single) Fever Helpless Blue Roses Rachael Sage Breed Breed (single) Skies Dreams Who Do You – EP Little Brother Eli Baby Blue Upcoming Album single Wasteland Kings Dancing With Death Trying to Make Sense Jazz Morley Long Way To Heaven A Long Way From Heaven Wily Bo Walker & Kareña K Come Together Don’t Forget to Breathe Bus Stop Dreams Constellations of She Constellations of She (single) Unquiet Nights Raincoat Old Wave Old Wave Save The World Strange Day In Mexico The Clintons Tofutti Back To The Ache The Heligoats Down To The Puget Sound Later Days Asthmaboy Empty Streets Nothing Broken Nothing Damaged Bad Dream Good Breakfast The A in Adam White Mountains Daniel G. Harmann Caught In The Headlights West Water Outlaws West Water Outlaws Neighbor’s Cat Apocalypse Beach Roaming Herds of Buffalo Bein’ in Love The Fish Don’t Mind Skeletons with Flesh on Them November Sky November Sky EP Rust on the Rails
Have a great week!
~JW and CR
The band are from Kansas City, and Physical copies of the album will be available for $5, however the digital version can be found on Bandcamp with a “name your price” option.
Hello my darlings. The best pick of the latest crop of independent talent. Remember to make a comment on this page and on my spanky new video below. On with the music Dah Rhyl Gah Moor – Right Swipe, Kill For Eden – Kerosene, Ed Ling – Swimmers, XX_JTX_XX – Color, Nick Tann – Never Did Me Wrong (Demo)
February’s Discovery 2 showcase has an explosive lineup! The extraordinary Elle Exxe headlines with her brand of “dirty pop”. Fjokra returns to Discovery with his collage of genre-mashing music. Fragile Souls make their debut at Discovery bringing their mesmerizing blues rock. They are about to release a new single called “Devil Sun” and you’ll hear it live at Discovery first! Jordan Allen, another first timer at Discovery, has been described as, “Manchester’s answer to Jake Bug”. Opening the show is the fabulously entertaining American multi-instrumentalist Rachael Sage. And as usual, you can expect our resident DJ Delphi will be spinning some epic tunes throughout the night.
Check out our preview podcast now with gig promoters Alex, Umong along with Justin Wayne who will be discussing and playing tracks from each artist.The gig’s particulars
- Date: Thursday 26th February, 2015
- Doors: 7.30pm Show starts: 8.00pm
- Venue: 229 The Venue , 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN
- Tube: Great Portland Street
- Join the Facebook Event
- Tickets: adv £7, door £10
Elle Exxe (pronounced L.X.) describes herself as an explosion. After amassing well over 1mil YouTube hits, regular shout outs on one of the worlds biggest blogs PerezHilton.com and reaching the coveted top spots on the Hype Machine charts with her last single “Dirty Beat (Kat Krazy Remix)”, the artist formerly known as Harrison made the shock decision to set the counters back to zero and refresh as Elle Exxe. Starting from scratch may sound hard for some, but within a month of launching as Elle Exxe, she had shared a stage with acts like Professor Green, Jess Glynn and MNEK at Westfield London’s Music Cube (sponsored by Kiss FM & Sennheiser). She has new music ready for release in 2015 both self-produced and cowritten with the likes of Kevin Hastings (Rihanna, Lady GaGa), Jon Castelli(Jason Derulo, Gotye). Her style takes the best from hip-hop to rock but lands firm in the dirty pop arena.
“WHAT a voice!” – Ally McCrae (BBC R1)
LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Linda Harrison – Alex Baker (Kerrang! radio)
“The most talented lady I have ever met…This is what I have been waiting for!” – Frankmusik (UK producer/artist)
“Fiona Apple meets Kate Bush….Gonna be a smash!” – Perez Hilton
Fjokra and his eponymous band have gained a reputation for exhibiting a uniquely bizarre and energetic live show that ‘combines near-minimalistic, lo-fi electro-pop with retro swing, metal and occasional epic Muse-like explosions’ (Time Out). Gracing the stages at Isle Of Wight Festival, Beach Break Festival, Shambala, Boomtown and Liverpool Sound City, Fjokra was also hand picked by Adam Ant as support for his London show in November 2014.
During the summer of 2014 Fjokra worked with director Catherine Hardwicke on her latest film Miss You Already starring Drew Barrymore, Toni Collette, Dominic Cooper and Paddy Considine. Fjokra and his band feature in a concert scene performing one of his own compositions and also plays the part of Dominic Cooper’s best friend throughout the film. Miss You Already is scheduled for international release in 2015.
“I want to recommend something new to iTunes this week, a very exciting new band..Fjokra” – John Taylor, Duran Duran.
“Im going to have to go and lie down in a darkened room after playing that”. – Gary Crowley, BBC Radio London on playing Infinite Loops
“Sex music for metallers” – Peanut Baines, Kaiser Chiefs
“The ever impossible to pigeon-hole Fjokra with the musical masterpiece that is Slyrex.” – Peter Donaldson, Absolute Radio
Fragile Souls are ready to bring 21st century porch blues to a time where music is lacking something fresh, with one foot firmly planted in electronica and the other foot in chain gang blues an integral sound that has brought the two hues together as one genre. The Fragile Souls take pride in giving the listener a visual experience; their tracks evoke the primal gift of dance and the deep dream like trance of a movie soundtrack “Devil Sun” Fragile Souls’s next single launches on 3rd March. Alongside the releases will be be two alternative mixes thanks to their friends at Quote Records. This showcase is being used to platform the release.
“ unique with its unusual combination of components (which), through the beauty of music they produce a canny beat and work perfectly together.” Gigslutz review.
“Music when it hits you, it hits you hard – here is Fragile Souls Devils Sun” – Huey Lewis – BBC Radio 2
“Bolton songwriter Jordan Allen has been simultaneously blessed and cursed by the label “Manchester’s Answer to Jake Bugg” – but he’s so much better than that. This fierce, feisty debut single has a tough energy that owes far more to The Hives or Arctic Monkeys – and carries off the kind of swagger and attitude that young Jake can only dream of. Sharp lyrics, great attitude and a seemingly unstoppable momentum behind him – what’s not to like?” Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing.
“It would be easy, but lazy, to describe Jordan Allen as the half-way point between Alex Turner and Jake Bugg. That said, fans of Arctic Monkeys and Bugg will most likely find something in Allen’s songs of Northern accented dark nights and sharp lyrics that they approve of. Unsigned – but probably not for long!” – Fred Perry Subculture
“Intelligent, articulate lyrics laced with an ascerbic wit observing people and situations around them married to robust tunes that already show a rich diversity of sound.” – Even The Stars
New Yorker, Rachael Sage combines music with between-song banter, which The New York Times dubbed Sage’s “inner Fanny Brice”, and “Jewish Norah Jones”—even going so far as to call her a comedienne.
A soulful vocalist, innovative multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and producer. Rachael Sage has become one of the busiest touring artists in independent music, performing 100+ dates a year with her band The Sequins throughout the US, UK, Europe and Asia.
Sage has shared stages with Sarah McLachlan, A Great Big World, Judy Collins, Colin Hay, Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn, The Animals and Ani DiFranco. She has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and received numerous songwriting awards including The John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Grand Prize) and several Independent Music Awards. Her songs have appeared on MTV, HBO, the “Fame” soundtrack, and in the current season of Lifetime’s #1 reality series, “Dance Moms”
“One part Elton John, one part Kate Bush.” — Uncut
“Her keen ironic sense of humor and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter” — billboard.com
Volcano marks Saycet’s discography comeback on “Mirage“, the third album for his Saycet project following One Day at Home and Through the Window. Since the last release, he has had four years where he was finally able to devote all his time to music, including multiple collaborations with the Pompidou Centre and France Culture, and a live tour that took him as far as Asia and Russia:
“I wanted to make a much more elegant, more frontal record, something less convoluted.”
Saycet’s new track was remixed quite brilliantly by 23-year old Parisian producer and singer, Julia Losfelt, whom you can find out more about at her music site below.Download Volcano (Julia Losfelt remix) HypeMachine
Quick little update – it’s cold here in Michigan, the FCFCW checks in with his cold story in North Carolina, and I talk about my car and valentines day!!
They are releasing a split 7″ vinyl of this song with their friends El Camino Sutra at East Village Coffee Lounge in Monterey, California on April 25th.
Hosted this week by Erk of Erk FM
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Episode number 124 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists.
Release Date: Sunday 15 February 2015
Rating: Work Safe
- The Unthanks – Mount The Air (Single Release )
Gateshead | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Sleeping with The Moon – Starting Today (Single Release)
Derry, Northern Ireland | SoundCloud | Facebook | YouTube
- Hateful Abandon – High Rise (from “Liars/Bastards”)
Bristol | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Beyond The State – Innocent (from “Calling for Freedom”)
Llandudno, Wales | ReverbNation | Facebook | Twitter
- Evyltyde – Chastity (from “Evyltyde”)
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Scarlet Soho – In Cold Blood (Single Release)
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- River City – Twin Bridges (Single Release)
Rotherham | BandCamp | Facebook | Twitter
- The One Hundred – Unleashed
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter