I’m back for another show, talking about David Letterman’s last show, memories, and memorial day!
The first single has arrived from Weirdo Shrine, the new Ty Segall-produced sophomore album by Seattle surf-rock group La Luz, out August 7th on Hardly Art records. You Disappear is the perfect track to help launch off the quickly approaching summer and forthcoming holiday weekend here in the US.
We recently also spied a notice that their merch page through Bandcamp has recently been fully stocked with some pretty cool T shirts and tote bags. Links follow below.You Disappear HypeMachine
Our May Discovery 2 showcase on Thursday, May 28th features rock’n’rollers The Harlots who are launching their new single, Stockport band Kazo who play excellent dynamic rock, Cornish purveyors of hectic electronica Rosie and the Goldbug, the ethereal vocals of Indigo Face, and busking pop troubadour Whelligan.
The podcast contains a song from each of the artists as well as Alex KW’s and me discussing this show and other Discovery 2 news.More about the artists
A rock and roll four-piece straight out of London town. They’ve got loads of energy and plenty of hit singles up their sleeves. In two years they have performed at Camden’s legendary Koko twice, toured across Europe and smashed the London circuit. The band have just finished recording the debut album with Top 10 producer Rory Atwell (Palma Violets/Vaccines).
“Top 5 best gigs at the club in the last ten years” (DEATH DISCO)
“Huge energy, like The Vaccines and Strokes in their early days” (UML)
Four young men from Stockport near Manchester who are playing it the old fashioned way. Learning their trade like the best bands did in the 60’s, playing gigs, where ever they can, crafting their live shows. Think early Led Zeppelin, mixed with The Red Hot Chilli Peppers with a sprinkling of Radiohead and you have some idea of what the guys are about.
In just under a year Kazo have been featured on countless radio stations in the UK, including the coveted ‘future classic’ slot on the North West’s largest rock station Real Radio XS performed at festivals and gigs around Manchester including an after show party for Noel Gallagher in Liverpool.
“Kazo’s songs stand by themselves. They’re dynamic and unequivocally unique. …. a band to watch out for.” – Dan Broad (Producer ofHappy Mondays, Peter Hook, Badly Drawn Boy, Johnny Marr).
ROSIE & THE GOLDBUG
Cornish purveyors of hectic electronica Rosie & The Goldbug are roaring into 2015 with a new record deal, live dates and a brand new single; ‘Running In The Dark’. Drawing on the vintage eccentricities of Alison Goldfrapp and Kate Bush and dripping with insanely catchy pop hooks, ‘Running In The Dark’ is released on May 4th via Public Recordings. The brainchild of lead singer and keyboard player Rosie Vanier and named after an Edgar Allen Poe story, Rosie & The Goldbug first came to the nation’s attention whilst still in their teens, with the release of their critically acclaimed debut, ‘Rosie & The Goldbug’ Throughout 2015 the band will be taking their new songs on the road.
“Somewhere between Siouxsie & The Banshees and Cyndi Lauper having a sing-off with Kate Bush.” Q Magazine
“A throwback to more interesting times.” -Simon Price, The Independent
“Kate Bush on crack with Goldfrapp on synths.” -The Guardian
Indigo Face are Italian singer/songwriter Mariachiara Terragin and French producer
and multi-instrumentalist Maxime Obadia. Mariachiara and Maxime are 2014 first-class honours graduates of BIMM (London) whose alumni include Tom Odell, George Ezra and James Bay. Single Fearless was supported last year by BBC Introducing London’s Gary Crowley and the band recently opened Sound for Sight fundraiser concert at The Tabernacle alongside Nate James and Byrn Terfel.
Indigo Face released their first EP, State Of Alert, on March 6th 2015 via Spinnup.
“Transfixing to say the least” -EQ Music Blog
“Their beats are infectious & their first EP ‘State Of Alert’ has got us asking – can it be the weekend forever? This may be the first time you’ve heard Scouted artists Indigo Face but trust us, they are here to stay.” -SPINNUP
“Stunning vocals and harmonies” -Muff Winwood
Hailing from Birkenhead on the sunny North West Coast of England, Jamie Whelligan is a pop troubadour in the classic late 60s mode, with a penchant for crafted songs; combining sweet melodies with unusual arrangements.
After releasing two eclectic albums online (Salad Days and Pipes Plus), he has recently added “The Dancing Bear EP” to his canon; a 4 track EP filled with with lush strings and drenched in sun-kissed, West Coast harmonies.
With his trusty acoustic guitar and the help of his accomplices; Nick Frater (production/keys) Jack Wolvey (drums), Simon Hempenstall (bass), Helen McLoone (flute) and Dave O’Connell (lead guitar), Whelligan has recently began translating his recorded material to venues around London.
Whelligan also performs his songs as a solo artist; most notably and regularly as a Busker on the London Underground
Check out the video for the first single from the album, Yodel, which we featured a couple of weeks ago.
When you think about it, this tidy little podcast full of great new music, which also gives you the show as a free download and lets you know about other great free downloads… it’s a pretty good bargain, isn’t it? We think so – and this week we’ve got some great new tracks to the show, we celebrate Randy’s 200th show, and encourage you other superfans to let us know how many shows you’ve listened to… just leave us a note in the comments below and we’ll give you a shout next episode.The Playlist Title Album Artist Most People Are Better Than You Payin’ 4 Yesterday JoeJoeKeys Kiss The Ground Kiss The Ground Charlotte Wrinch Running Wild Running Wild The Michael Reed Band Someone You’ve Never Known Lovejoy Revival The Nadas Boxes Boxes The Baltic States Bloom Bloom Holly Morwenna Easy Closer EP Nathaniel Rateliff Prison Song Dear Lucy Soundtrack Sam King Hear the Sound Can’t Talk Now Greg Friedman Steel Driver The Common Deer EP The Common Deer Pins Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Apollo Thirteen Into Your Atmosphere Seth Freeman Star Is There Love On Mars? The Goldenhearts YOLO B-sides Tom Rosenthal The Beat Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Jenny Jenny Wily Bo Walker Floating My Fellow Sponges My Fellow Sponges The Haunted I’d Like To Remain A Mystery The Glass Child You Say Chasing Ghosts Morning Fuzz (You’re My) Lighthouse Transmission Party Transmission Party
See you next week!
~JW and CR
New York based shoegaze and dream-pop indie band Lightning Bug started out as a group of best friends who started creating music together with the main ambition to share it with as many people as possible. Not too long after inception they found themselves with enough songs for a full length which took the form of the album “Floaters”, released at the end of January 2015.
The band recently had their demo ‘Bobby’ featured through the Fat Cat Records Soundcloud page, one of several content links for the band, below.Bobby HypeMachine
Yes, BLUE, having dispensed with episode numbers I am shifting to colours.
In this weeks ranty, sweary episode I play a new song from Grant Sharkeys new album Hello Goon, The Travis Waltons – The Antagonist, Paul Liddell – Brighter Lights, The Bombs – Howl, an oldie from me good old Nick Tann and a great tune Digress from Fur Cough.
I also managed to sort that player problem out see?
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
Emissão especial dedicada às recentes edições da Wester Vinyl (Austin, Texas)
1. In Tall Buildings – Flare Gun (Chicago, E.U.A.)
2. Ava Luna – Steve Polyester (Nova Iorque, E.U.A.)
3. Broad Beans – Stop Complaining (Ribeira Grande, Portugal) [artistas do mês de Maio]
4. Grooms – Bed Version (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
5. Elephant Micah – No Underground (Indiana, E.U.A.)
6. Abram Shook – Perfect (Austin, Texas)
7. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Careen (Bay Area, E.U.A.)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Super Magic Hats is a Melbourne-via-London based musician, beatmaker and producer whose work embraces melody, noise and experimentation. As an accomplished guitarist and bass player, live instrumentation makes its way into many Super Magic Hats tracks, while a love of the unusual leads to electronic gadgets such as Yamaha’s Tenori-On featuring prominently. Super Magic Hats also loves experimenting with a wide range of samples, including chopped up vocals, field recordings of streetscapes and everything in between. This sound is underpinned by interest in production trickery and effects, which washes intricate edits, delicately placed details and other sonic mutations with layers of reverb and delay.
Today’s featured track comes from ‘Slowly’, the 3rd EP following up from last year’s “Kumori” on Seattle’s Hush Hush Records. Slowly is a bright and bubbly collection of tracks that see Super Magic Hats exploring an upbeat, melodic and glitchy musical territory, loosely focused around the theme of falling in love. Slowly brings to the fore Super Magic Hats’ J-Pop influences and playful, Gold Panda-esque sample slicing, pairing this with a growing maturity as a producer.
Slowly is Super Magic Hats’ first collaboration with Japan’s Tanukinieri Records, a prolific and eclectic netlabel that has been listed by Pitchfork & MTV81, among others, as one of the essential labels in Japan right now.This Last Week HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we go Full Circle with a trip back to 2008 and play tracks from the first 10 episodes, plus we pay tribute to the legendary BB King.Songs played
- Elvin Bishop – Keep A Dollar In Your Pocket (feat. BB King) – originally played on episode 34
Played in tribute to BB King who died this week at the age of 89
- Giles – Freedom – originally played on episode 1
- Filtered Soul – This Is Why (80’s Mix) – originally played on episode 2
- The Eisenhowers – X-ray Eyes – originally played on episode 3
- David Steele – Words and Rhythm – originally played on episode 4
- The Loosehounds – Lonely World – originally played on episode 5
- sixpeopleaway – Of Kings – originally played on episode 6
- Jerzy Jung – How It Ends – originally played on episode 7
- 46bliss – In A Long Time – originally played on episode 8
- Chris Jurgensen – Nothing’s Got Me – originally played on episode 9
- bill – Sound Scientist – originally played on episode 10
BBC News: BB King, the King of Blues, dies at 89Announcements
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 361, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 22 May 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).
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
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Audio Graffiti for replaying the show on their station
“For the last decade, Brooklyn-based songwriter Jeremy Bass has been the Musical Director of The Secret City, the OBIE Award (Off-Broadway Theater Awards) winning performance gathering. Bass started with the group when its membership numbered in the single digits, and has seen The Secret City’s membership grow to the thousands during his tenure.
“Even with such a substantial and supportive artistic community as an integral part of his daily life, Bass wrote his new pair of albums in literal isolation. Returning to single living in Brooklyn after a rough divorce in late 2013, Bass found himself secluded in an empty house, sifting through his memories.” [bio via Fanatic]
I’m back, CCW’s back – i’m talking about the crazy week i’ve had and the loss of a blues legend, BB King. He will be missed, but his music lives on…
- Encyrcle: Dizzy Me Deadly (from “Encyrcle”, Denmark, Unspeakable Axe Records, Clawhammer)
- Pohjoinen: RJD (from “Pohjoinen”, Helsinki, Finland)
- Choking on Illusions: Rest-Less (from Rest/less”, Saarbrücken, Germany)
- Alfa Eridano Akhernar: We Shall Return! (from “Aztec War Metal”, Mexico)
- XUL: Summon The Swarm (from “Extinction Necromance”, British Colombia, Canada)
- Shawn James & The Shapeshifters: Lake of Fire (From The Gospel According to Shawn James and The Shapeshifters”, Arkansas, USA)
- Puttin’ on The Foil: Fishin’ Song (from “Fire Up, Ready to Roll”, Calgary Canada, Asher)
- Shattered Sun: Hope Within…. (Alice, Texas, USA, Victory Records)
- Pathways: Specter (from “Harlot”, South Florida, USA)
- The Prestige: Enfants Terribles (from “Amer”, Paris, France)
- Gutter Instinct: The Invisible Hand (from “The Insurrection”, Helsingborg, Sweden, Prosthetic Records)
- A Billion Lions: Torquay (from “Let it Happen”, Leeds, UK) 56:08
- Withering Soul: The Dreadful Echo (from “Adverse Portrait”, Chicago, USA)
- I am The Trireme: Grey Fields of Ash (from Gnosis: Never Follow the Light, Philadelphia, USA)
- Grieved: Pale Hand (from “Samaritans”, Stockholm, Sweden)
- Perdition: Walls of Biblicide (from “Perdition”, , Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Akhlys: Breathe and Levitation (from “The Dreaming I”, Akhlys – the new band of Naas Alcameth from Nightbringer, Debemur Morti Productions)
- Defy All Reason: Midnight Train (Single Release, Wrexham, Wales)
- Galvano: Following the Trail (from “Trail of the Serpent”, Gothenburg, Sweden, Candlelight)
- Deepshade: Bring The Axe Down (Wigan, UK)
- Cave of Swimmers: The Prince of The Power of The Air (from “Reflection”, Venezuela)
Angelovski said much of his inspiration and many of his samples come from his parents’ record collection, which contained much 1970s jazzrock and jazzfunk. Its a great blend and really monumental when you can equate a great music riff with some great visuals from an old film, such as in the case of ‘The Good, The Bad, & The Gypsy’ linked to further below.
The album is available on bandcamp, where you can downloaded in much higher quality digital formats, including FLAC, OGG and ALAC.
via Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)Crookrilla HypeMachine