This week on The Bugcast: Dave coughs and talks about Top Gear and podcasting stuff, and plays our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Foam Ropes – Telescope – from New York, NY – source
- Janey Quinn – Tired – from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – source
- Lost and Profound – Iodine – from Toronto, ON – source
- Admiral Bob – Clouds of Glory – from San Diego, CA – source
- Brad Sucks – Just In A Phase – from Ottawa, ON – source
- Joshua Ticsay – Change of Seasons – from Brantford, ON – source
- Foam Ropes – Telescope (Reprise) – from New York, NY – source
- Colaars – Hurricaine – from Kiev, Ukraine – source
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Podcrawl London is coming in September – more detail to follow
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 365, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 26 June 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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 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
Audio Graffiti for replaying the show on their station
(Note: This is a revised version of Dave’s Lounge #310. I explain why at the beginning of the show.)
So this week, I’m starting a little experiment. I’ve been looking at lot at the download stats for this show on Libsyn. There’s many countries listed there, and quite a few cities. I thought it might be fun if listeners of this show in the same cities were able to get together to meet each other. This show seems like it’s been around long enough to warrant such meetups.
We’ll start this experiment where a good many tech experiments begin — San Francisco and Oakland. The last episode of Dave’s Lounge got 99 downloads from this area. So who’s listening out in the Bay Area? Leave a comment below and introduce yourselves to me, and to each other. It might be fun to make some new friends.
As for the music this week, we welcome back quite a few return visitors this week, as well as couple new ones who are making some great music…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #310:
- (01:43) Pelorus, "Sink or Swim" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (05:53) Garaz, "Synthjazz" Buy from: Bandcamp
- (09:45) Portico (feat. Jono McCleery), "Colour Fading" Buy from: iTunes
- (14:32) Mojo Rising & Jenova 7, "Lullaby On Mars" Coming soon…
- (18:34) Polished Chrome, "Laid Back" Buy from: iTunes
- (23:11) Aandra, "Element" Buy from: iTunes
- (27:52) Modlee & Vlooper, "Dancin’" Free download from: Bandcamp
- (31:45) Ialaz, "Waves" Buy from: iTunes
- (36:06) Space Captain, "Remedy" Coming soon…
- (39:33) Dustin Lefholz (feat. Pazia), "The Static Of Life" Buy from: iTunes
- (49:25) Blue In Green, "Day & Night" Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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I have taken down Dave’s Lounge #310 temporarily. A revised version of this episode will be uploaded soon, with an explanation for why it’s being revised. Apologies for the delay.
Today’s Dose by French Cassettes is from the compilation, which is to be released June 23, 2015
Gig Preview: Discovery 2 with Ded Rabbit, Delaire, Sheepy, Rita Satch and Mo Michael (with DJ Delphi)
Our June preview podcast features tracks from all five of the artists who will be at the gig on June 25th. You’ll hear from electronic pop act Delaire, A Scottish, Alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk called Ded Rabbit, punk/pop from Sheepy, An unforgetable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene known as Rita Satch, and Mo Michael who plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments.Gig Particulars
- When: Thursday 25th June, 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: £7 in advance or £10 at the door
Ded an alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk, consisting of four brothers from Yorkshire who moved to the Highlands. They’re racking up airplay on XFM, BBC Scotland, BBC6 Music, have performed at Wide Days Convention, Liverpool Sound City. They will be appearing at this year’s T In The Park and Xpo North. This Discovery showcase will be their London stop to promote release of their forthcoming Ep ‘Moving In Slow Motion’.
“It’s an explosive affair when you see Ded Rabbit live. I’d put them up there with Catfish And TheBottlemen as one of the best live acts around at the moment.” – Jim Gellatly
“Undeniable stage presence and performance skills”(-)”An exciting live band that will appeal widely and who are definitely festival-ready” – David Balfour, Record Of The Day.DELAIRE
With vocals as pure as the diamond she derives her name from, DELAIRE is ready to shine. Drawing inspiration from the spectacular Delaire Sunrise Diamond, her addictive melodies are only matched by sensual, yet subtle lyrical stylings.
Like the precious stone itself, the end result is a composition of conflicting qualities. Powerful, yet intricate. Controlled, yet pure. Composed, but natural. Delaire played at the recent Innocent festival and her new single ‘Belief’ is picking up airplay on Amazing Radio.SHEEPY
The three piece Liverpudlian punk rock band put on live energetic shows, revealing mega catchy songs, tight hooks and lovely harmonies. The band have played across the UK, Ireland and toured Europe in 2012 and 2013 with Vamos.
Sheepy’s debut self-titled album was released on Blang Records in January 2014 with singles “These Clothes” and “Don’t Know Much” coming from it, both tracks receiving lots of praise and buzz. The band will be performing tracks off their forthcoming EP ‘Wild’ (Blang Records) at Discovery.
“a melodic, hook laden classic – so adverse and unconcerned as to what is gracing the pages of the NME”, Louder Than WarRITA SATCH
Think pop melodies, rich harmonies of Motown with dark soulful beats and modern grooves of the UK’s underground music scenes, mixed with a powerful jazz inspired husky vocal and that’s the sound of one Rita Satch. Widely known for her soulful and seductive live performances, Rita Satch has fast developed a reputation as an unforgettable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene. Ahead of her Glastonbury festival appearance Rita plays Discovery.
“There is no questioning the sensationally sultry timbre of Satch’s voice”, Vulture MagazineMO MICHAEL
A self taught musician, plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments. He has worked as a session guitarist with artists including Tina Turner, Quincy Jones, Ruby Turner, Evelyn Thomas,Imagination, Errol Brown, Paul Weller, Wham!, Suggs, Erasure.
In the early 80’s he joined Private Lives with John Adams who signed to EMI and made a well received album, which gave him a pop profile. He’s worked with a variety of African artists, including Baba Maal, Moudi Kabalou, for whom he produced a Kora Award nominated album.
- Demon Lung: MARK OF JUBILEE (from “A Dracula”, Las Vegas, USA, Candlelight Records) Photo by Red Flame Photo
- The Fiend: Bring out Your Dead (from “Greed Power Religion War”, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, Candlelight Records)
- Anachronism: A way to Emptiness (from “Reflecting The Inside”, Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Their Dogs Were Astronauts: Earthkeeper (from “Earthkeeper”, Salzburg, Austria)
- Kastasyde: Blackhearts (from “Gnosis”, Chicago, USA, Clawhammer)
- Like Tyrants: Jealousy (from “Despicable Feelings”, Akron, Ohio, USA, Persistent Heart Media)
- Being As An Ocean: The Zealot’s Blindfold (from “Being as An Ocean”, California, USA)
- Dysentry: Oblivion (from “Fragments”, MA, USA)
- Black Space Riders : Universal Bloodlines (from “Refugeeum”, Meunster, Germany, Black Space Records / Cargo Records, Clawhammer)
- Ventenner: Distorture (from “Distorture”, London UK)
- Under Paris: Midwest Winters (from “Transitions”, Clinton, IA, USA, Imminence Records )
- Trna: A Drop in The Ocean (from “Pattern of Infinity”, Saint Petersburg, Russia)
- Servant Sun: Recall (from “Servant Sun”, Glasgow, Scotland)
- Dying Humanity: I Am King (from “Deadened”, Chemnitz, Germany, Bastardised Records, Clawhammer)
- Neck of The Woods: Disavow (from “Neck of The Woods”, British Columbia, Canada, Self Release, Clawhammer)
- Caustic Method: Virus (from “The Virus”, Syracuse, NY, USA, Pavement Entertainment, Clawhammer)
- Porta Nigra: Femme Fatale (from “Femme Fatale”)
- Villians: Like Father, Like Son (from “Freudian Slip”, Chicago, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- Mystifier: Beelzebub (from “Goetia”, Salvador, Brazil, Greyhaze Records, Clawhammer)
- Grenouer: Daily Miracles (from “Unwanted Today”, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Mausoleum Records)
- Third Ion: 13/8bit (from “13/8bit”, Glasstone Records, Clawhammer)
- Mars Red Sky: The Light Beyond (from “Stranded in Arcadia”, Bordeaux, France, Listenable Records, Stampede Press)
Pomegranates were a indie rock band based out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Since 2006 up to about 2012 they issued three albums and three EPs, with a load of touring that went on between. 2012 saw the release of the fourth studio album “Heaven” with Austin based label Modern Outsider. From the looks of it they successfully funded the entirety or at least a good part of it through a Kickstarter campaign.
Today’s feature, the single “50’s” from the album “One Of Us” was issued on 10/26/10 via Afternoon Records. Sadly the group broke reportedly broke up in 2013 although their quality music still strongly lives on. It also appears they’ve been sending out some overdue Kickstarter packages in the last few months and they may still be playing the occasional secret show now and then. Anyway, enjoy the track and keep up to date with their periodic updates at their Facebook site below.50s HypeMachine
Today’s Dose is a single from their earlier released EP Celestial available for free from BandCamp.
23 Jun – NOTTINGHAM – Chameleon Arts Centre
28 Jun – SOMERSET – Glastonbury Festival (BBC Introducing stage)
01 Aug – DERBYSHIRE – Y Not Festival
A vocal and opinionated chatroom joined us for this week’s live show, so you’ll hear us arguing about discussing the music and other “important” issues. (It’s great to have a big chatroom again! Thanks for coming by!) You’ll also hear some great new music from a bunch of new artists to the show, as well as new singles from Madi Davis, Elle Exxe and Hunter Dumped Us Here.The Playlist Title Album Artist Runaway With Me Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Heads Flux Close Talker Music is the Cure Music is the Cure Night Wolf Tired of giving good things up (monopunk remix) Remixes Bowe She Was She Was – EP Blade Of Grass Know Myself Know Myself Kieran Connell Summer Sun (rough demo) Nakisha Esnard Mind Games Bright Blue Havilah 6:14 6:14 Alexander Michelle No Chances Of The She Wolf EP Della Lupa Bashful Lashes Bashful Lashes Candy Cigarettes Lost in L.A. Lost in L.A. Elle Exxe Smart What I Know Madi Davis Heartbeats Science & Magic Andrew Foster Fingers Fingers Analogue Wave Blue Treasure Blue Treasure Double A Side Hunter Dumped Us Here Tear Us Apart Commoners, Peers, Drunks & Theives The Talks Holding On Holding On Bobbie Morrone Brave New World The Socialite Andy Clockwise A Minor Waltz The Bribes EP The Bribes No Reason Better Days The Black Clouds
Thanks for joining us. See you next week!
~JW and CR
Here’s a tip for any would-be professional podcasters – if you make a playlist more than three weeks ago it’s always a good idea to listen to it again before you record the show – just in case you’ve gone off any of the tracks. As perhaps happened on this week’s show. I feel awful about it – I’ve never done that before. Many apologies – especially for the artist in question. I normally only ever play tracks that I really like. I must of been in a funny mood when I chose it. Anyway, see if you can guess which one it will be.
Regarding this week’s photo – you’ll just have to listen to the show to find out what the score is with Q The Winged Serpent there.
1. Los Tentakills – “Out To Play” (Played courtesy of Los Tentakills, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Tenkiame – “Candy” (Played courtesy of Tenkiame, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Former Babies – “Growing Up With Two Brothers” (Played courtesy of Former Babies)
4. Byron Siren – “Generations” (Played courtesy of Byron Siren, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Crystal Desert – “Trade Ambition/*” (Played courtesy of Crystal Desert, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. oh! osprey – “Allison” (Played courtesy of oh! osprey, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Hot Dolphin – “Bodysnatcher” (Played courtesy of Hot Dolphin, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Malandros – “Mess of Me” (Played courtesy of Malandros, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #209
Tiny Rhymes is a indie/chamber-folk group with members from Canada and Buffalo, New York. They are releasing the lead single “Arrows” as a free download off their upcoming album which arrives officially in one week on June 23rd.
Band lead Sharon Mok has always played piano, but decided to pick up the guitar for this current batch of songs, and set out to create melodies influenced by her childhood experience with both Chinese opera and classical music. While writing and recording in Buffalo, she met cellist Katie Weissman and they instantly hit it off. Weissman’s diverse technique and smooth, dark melodies added necessary dimension to the songs.
Check out the live performance of “Arrows” further below and several other great videos through their YouTube profile.Arrows HypeMachine
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Hosted this week by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
“True to their namesake, Strange & Primitive incorporates primitive tribal beats to evoke abstract emotions. Graham Fish and Jeff Musgrave are inspired by artists whose approach is to create new landscapes within their music. Fish says, “We want people listening to our music to feel transported, the way they might while watching a great film.”
“The first single off their album “That Big City Glow,” eludes atmospheric verses with a celebrating, driving chorus, while exposing the underbelly and the inability to see the shadows for the lights.” [GLG press release]
A rare intermittent Internet issue has left me tethered to my iPhone and pushed a new edition of The Roadhouse back to next week. Enjoy what I hope will be the last Roadhouse Rewind before the holidays - the Chicago-centric Roadhouse 312.
There's a good variety of blues in the 312th Roadhouse, with a stronger-than-usual emphasis on Chicago blues. The hour features Luther Allison, Big Bill Morganfield, Smokey Wilson, Todd Wolfe Band, and a great live track to remember Gary Moore. From Chicago to New Jersey to Georgia to Ireland, it's a well-rounded hour of the finest blues you've never heard.
‘Port City’ is an ode to the part of I-10 which runs between Texas and Louisiana and passes through the many industrial port cities that lie between Houston and New Orleans,” says vocalist and guitarist Jesse Berkowitz of Austin-based trio I Am The Albatross.
The band’s debut album “Lonesome Son” (arriving August 7th via Rail Rider), is a natural, but substantial progression from the its early-2014 EP, which Ovrld called “Haunting and alien, full of menace and fire.”
“It’s a rock record for sure,” Berkowitz says matter-of-factly of the new group of tunes that mightily show off the influence of Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Kyuss, Tom Waits, Nick Cave, and Clutch. Berkowitz’s heavy, blistering guitar work is complemented by the no-nonsense contributions of Giuseppe Ponti on bass and vocals, and Marc Henry on drums.
Berkowitz continues to discuss “Port City,” saying, “The song is about that time spent alone, driving. On long drives it’s easy to get lost in thought and caught in a flood of memories.”
Berkowitz goes on to explain that “Lonesome Son” is “a record about things ending. It’s about searching, aging, and all the irreparable change that comes with the passage of time. It’s very much inspired by life in Austin.”
[via Fanatic]Port City HypeMachine