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Homegrown Programme 215

Homegrown Podcast - Mon, 03/10/2014 - 00:55

Bossacucanova - Balanca (Nao Pode Parar!)
Tangled Eye - Drinking Again
Rod Picott - Just A Memory
D D Dumbo - Tropical Oceans
Alistair Atkin & The Ghost Line Carnival - Jess's Song
Carlene Carter - Little Black Train
Jim & Jesse & The Virgina Boys - Diesel Train
Jeff Black - 63 Mercury Meteor
Jo Hamilton - Laithach
Driftwood - The Sun Going Down
Cherrygrove - Wild One
Beth Rudetsky - The Victim Won't Be Me
Broadwing - Anodyne
Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys - My Side Of The Mountain
Hank Williams - Lovestick Blues
Damon Fowler - Sounds Of Home
The Pocket Gods - Night Lights
Methyl Ethel - Dogo Argintino
Mestre Cupijo - Mingau De Acai

Spoken Word:
Tess Gardener - Bang / We Sleep / Blood Signs & Body Tracks

Recorded at The Sunday Matinee Cholchester  by Adam Roxby

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sleepmakeswaves: one day you will teach me to let go of my fears

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sun, 03/09/2014 - 12:00

sleepmakeswavesFrom the 2008 mini-album ‘In Today Already Walks Tomorrow’ by sleepmakeswaves. Re-issued 2014 by Monotreme Records on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

sleepmakeswaves‘ 2008 debut album was the first glimpse of the Australian band on the global stage. Previously only available digitally and as a limited import CD outside of Australia, the album will be re-issued worldwide (excluding Australia and New Zealand) on Monotreme Records, and will be available here.

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Tour Dates

17/04/14 Belgium Hasselt – Muziek O Droom
18/04/14 Switzerland Bulle – Ebulition
19/04/14 Belgium Zottegem – Dunk! Festival
20/04/14 Switzerland Geneva – Graviere
22/04/14 Spain Barcelona – Razzmatazz
23/04/14 Spain Madrid – Moby Dick
24/04/14 France Clermont-Ferrand – La Coopérative de mai
26/04/14 France Dunkerque – 4 Ecluses
27/04/14 Germany Karlsruhe – Jubez
30/04/14 Sweden Gothenburg – Fangelsets
01/05/14 Sweden Orebro – Slöjdgatan
05/05/14 Poland Wroclaw – Klub Hydrozagadka
06/05/14 Hungary Budapest – Durer Kert
07/05/14 Czech Republic Praha – NoD Theater
08/05/14 Germany Stuttgart – Juha West
09/04/14 Germany Hannover – Cafe Glocksee
10/05/14 UK London – Beyond the Redshift Festival

Roadhouse 471

The Roadhouse Podcast - Sat, 03/08/2014 - 22:55
I’m back in The Roadhouse Studios after a week away, and am glad to deliver the best of a big pile of blues. Robben Ford, San Pedro Slim, Lurrie Bell, Al Miller, and Elmore James, Jr. head up the hour. It’s pretty easy to fall into the pile of blues and get lost in another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard - the 471st Roadhouse.

Scary People: Chicago!

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sat, 03/08/2014 - 15:00

Scary PeopleScottish, UK band Scary People are on the verge of releasing their second EP, Chicago!, via RedRoom Recordings on April 7th.

Born from the partnership between two tour technicians, Scary People had only one week to form a band and rehearse a set before their first gig at a sold out show in Dundee. Rising to the task, Dan Forouhar (guitar/vocals) and Scott Anderson (drums) called upon close friends, Steven Anderson (guitar/vocals), Jamie Brown (bass) and Troy Lynch (guitar), to join them to prepare for a show that would immediately gain them an impressive crowd response and, since then, a dedicated following. Having recorded and produced both EPs independently, Scary People maintain their fiercely independent and strictly DIY ethic towards all of their creative outlets; including promoting their own shows, directing their own videos and printing their merchandise by hand.

The EP leadoff track Chicago! is a needed shot of energy to fire off the weekend, reminding me at times of other greats bands in the vein of Sparta/At the Drive In when they first started off. We hope you enjoy and please check out a few of their social links below.

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the bugcast 304 – 6 Years A Podcast

The Bugcast - Sat, 03/08/2014 - 02:00

This week on The Bugcast: We celebrate 6 years of podcasting, we talk lions and children, and Dave’s new car. All this, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!

Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking


Lion Pride at Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Amy and Cara’s school reports
Alex new shoes
Dave’s new car – Volkswagen Lupo

Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed

Podcasts mentioned

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Next week

The next show will be episode 305, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 14 March 2014 from 21:00 (ish) UK time (UTC).

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

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Sundown Lounge #356

Sundown Lounge - Fri, 03/07/2014 - 20:02
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"Goya no Machiawase" - Hello Sleepwalkers (Noragami, '14); Geeknotes: March Music Connection, Jamie Lynn Fletcher, Words As Works/Punk Hostage Press at Pegasus Books, Tom Roby @ "the Cafe Gallery," Raw Feed @ Elizabeth's Crazy Little Thing, Lair'z St. Patrix Birthdaze, G.P.A. & Roberta Miles @ Waiting 4 the Bus - Special guest host Robin Fine; Open Mic Stage: "Respect for the dead man" - Pay money To my Pain, featuring Ken & Teru from Crossfaith (Nobunagun, '14), "X Jigen e Youkoso" - Etsuko Yakushimaru (Space Dandy, '14), "Database feat. TAKUMA (10 Feet)" - MAN WITH A MISSION (Log Horizon, '13), "Kaze ga Shitteru" by Akai Kouen, or Ko-en (Toaru Hikuushi e Kouta / Love Song of a Certain Pilot,'14), "Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui (No Matter How I Look At It, It's You, Guys' Fault I'm Unpopular!,'13)" - Konomi Suzuki n' Kiba of Akiba, "FLAT" by livetune plus Yuuki Ozaki from Galileo Galilei (Hamatora the Animation, '14), "Out of Control" - Nothing's Carved in Stone (Pycho-Pass, '13), "Parallax View" - Sumire Uesaka (Hoozuki no Reitetsu /, '14), "Set Them Free" - Akira Jimbo (Tonari no Seki-kun / Master of Killing Time, '14); Map Room: Autonomous drones flock like birds, Microgrids will soon make large electrical grids obsolete, Four women with transplanted wombs are trying to get pregnant with IVF; Venue Verite: Hunter X Hunter 2011 Episode 116 Review: Gon Vs. Neferpitou Controversy - MechaBladeZ; Music Bed: Eitetsu Hayashi, Japan's Premier Solo Taiko Drummer - ARTmania Comm

I Am The Albatross: Strugglin’

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 03/07/2014 - 12:00

I Am The AlbatrossStrugglin’ is the first single from the debut I Am The Albatross EP.

From Austin, TX, and in the tradition of ‘Keeping Austin Weird’, I Am The Albatross combines the backwoods mysticism of old-time American folk songs with the savage spirit of rock, punk and psychedelic noise. The band’s brand of storytelling takes listeners through smoky terrain where tranquil rivers bleed out onto the shores of scorching deserts. It’s a stirring concoction of music that defines an alternate America with a strange dream landscape, forever out of place.

They describe their music as “Heavy Americana, Western Psychedelic, Gothic Folk, Rock n’ Roll”

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Edinburgh Man #157

Edinburgh Man Podcasts - Thu, 03/06/2014 - 21:02

The podcast returns from a short and unexpected break! Many apologies for the lack of show over the last two weeks. Edinburgh Man Junior brought some hideous flu-like lurgie back from nursery. He was ill for about 4 days then bounced back. I, however, spent the best part of the next week in bed, curled up in a foetal position, moaning. Even after the flu eventually passed I was left with an annoying and persistent cough. There was no way I would have been able to do the podcast last week without hacking my way through it – which wouldn’t have been much fun to listen to. Anyway, here’s hoping it has subsided enough for me to get through the next 45 minutes to an hour.

On today’s show a Low cover from Edinburgh’s Meursault, the second single from the recent album by Dunedin’s Trick Mammoth, and a track from a new EP by Brooklyn’s No Kill. Loads more besides, but hopefully not much coughing. I have a bag of cough sweets at my side just in case.

Edinburgh Man #157 by Edinburgh Man on Mixcloud

1. Champ – “Nothing” (Played courtesy of Fleeting Youth Records)
2. Trick Mammoth – “Days Of Being Wild” (Played courtesy of Fishrider Records)
3. Meursault – “Dinosaur Act (Low)” (Played courtesy of Song, by Toad Records)
4. No Kill – “Big Muff Scream” (Played courtesy of No Kill)
5. First Borns – “Perfect 10″ (Played courtesy of First Borns)
6. COMFY – “Where is” (Played courtesy of COMFY )
7. Blood Of The Bull – “You Are My Favourite Communist” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
8. Vio/Miré – “Dogs 1″ (Played courtesy of Vio-Miré, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
9. The Paperback Throne – “Colossus” (Played courtesy of The Paperback Throne / Iffy Folk Records)

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Paper Lions: Do You Wanna

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 03/06/2014 - 15:00

Paper LionsReleased by Fountain Pop Records on the 4th of March, Canada’s PAPER LIONS are back with a free EP called ‘Acquaintances’ featuring two remixes of the track ‘My Friend’ by Whaleskin and a timely remix by Austin’s own, The Octopus Project.

For those at SXSW ’14, the band will be playing at:

Wednesday, March 12 Austin, TX @ Tiniest Bar in Texas – 3:00 PM
Friday, March 14 Austin, TX @ Friends Bar (MROC Party) – 2:15 PM
Friday, March 14 Austin, TX @ Peelaander Fest – 12:35PM
Saturday, March 15 Austin, TX @ Friends Bar – 9:00PM


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Suffolk And Cool - Wed, 03/05/2014 - 21:58
It''s "South By" season so here's the curtain raiser. .. "Are we nearly there yet?"

It”s “South By” season so here’s the curtain raiser. .. “Are we nearly there yet?”

This week we’re in Austin, Texas. Well, almost. For all those of us who don’t yet have tickets and passes for SXSW this year, a bit of a curtain raiser this week comprised entirely of artists that will be there.

Being distinctly international, we’re tracking artists travelling into Austin from Kansas City, Copenhagen, Sydney and Brisbane, Australia Canada, California and Finland.

If you are there, this week’s show has a few suggestions for artists you might want to catch live.

If, when you’ve heard the show you simply have to head SXSW don’t forget your plastic. Walk up tickets just for the music festival are now on official sale at $795. A bargain. If you want to take in the music, film and interactive festivals over a very full 9 days, you’ll need your loose change too, to put together $1695 for the Platinum badge.

Ha! We’ve got the music, we’ve got films in the show notes and all the artist links are live and fully interactive – what a lot of money we saved!


Mime gameDo You - Mime Game (Kansas City, MO)

Singer, guitarist and lyricist Dillon DeVoe created Mime Game as a side project in 2007 while still fronting the alt-rock act Josephine Collective.

In forming Mime Game, DeVoe assembled a group of musicians who like to say they are brothers from different mothers, independently and collectively committed to making music from the soul that also rocks every house they play. Home-grown in Kansas, the band spent much of 2012 in Atlanta where they picked up lead guitarist Dalton Gomez. Chris Bradley (bass) and Duncan Burnett (drums) came on board when the group returned to Kansas in 2013.

SXSW Showcase:

Fri. March 14th - 6pm – Music Saves Lives Showcase – Firehouse Lounge (605 Brazos St.)

Fri. March 14th – 7pm – Tapasitas (800 W 6th St.)

Mime Game – Do you from Outpost Worldwide on Vimeo.


CMKRolling – CALLmeKAT (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Denmark’s CALLmeKAT showcased at Midem last month and will be down in Austin next week for SXSW. Last week CMK closed out a European tour in Russia and had photographer Naja Conrad-Hansen on hand to capture the trip through the lens. You can view the photos over at Baeble Music along with the premiere of the “Rolling” music video. More of CMK “Rolling” Through Russia can be found at the band’s Instagram and catch CALLmeKAT at their New York showcase at Rockwood Music Hall – Stage 2 on Mon, March 10 at 8:30pm.

Bullett Magazine recently premiered the single, “Rolling” saying, “The song has a future-retro feel, with 60s-handclap pop brushing up against contemporary electronic touches.” The track is from the Hidden Waters EP, out this summer.

CALLmeKAT has a naturally psychedelic approach to alt pop, with references to the treasures of the 60′s and 70′s in a contemporary expression by the way of Copenhagen via Woodstock. The dreamy yet feet-tapping worthy jams weave together a more beat-oriented version of CMK with memorable melodies and wavy vintage organs anchored and lifted by a voice that truly sets CALLmeKAT apart from the masses.

Mon, Mar 10 – New York, NY – Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 – 8:30pm

Wed, Mar 12 – Austin, TX – Darwin’s Pub – L Rock, CEG, Mezzoforte Party – 3:30pm

Fri, Mar 14 – Austin, TX – Esther’s Follies – Official SXSW Showcase – 12:00 midnight


Lime cordialeFalling Up The Stairs - Lime Cordiale (Sydney, Australia)

Fronted by brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach, Lime Cordiale’s new EP showcases the band’s uniquely Australian sound, featuring quirky lyrics, pop hooks and big brass licks. Recorded over four months with Sydney producer Daniel Denholm (Washington, The Whitlams, Billy Thorpe, Midnight Oil), the EP has already been applauded by fans and critics alike since its release.

The last 12 months have seen Lime Cordiale perform to receptive audiences throughout Australia, including sold-out headline shows in Sydney earlier this year, well received sets at Australia’s biggest music conference BIGSOUND, Homebake, Peats Ridge and Deni Blues festivals, and gigs alongside the likes of The Rubens, The Specials (UK), Ball Park Music and most recently, as main support on Cosmo Jarvis’ (UK) national tour throughout Australia.

Lime Cordiale tells us,

“We’re extremely pleased to present our new EP to North America. Quote a few lines to your girlfriend or boyfriend, and they’ll either love you forever or never speak to you again.  Either way – we made a record to dance and sweat to, which captures the energy of our live show.”

Lime Cordiale will move to Los Angeles this month to support the release. They are also planning to tour in North America and Canada in March 2014, with performances already locked in at SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.  The band will perform at

Wed., March 12th – 1:10pm – Big Picture Media Showcase – The Thirsty Nickel (325 E 6th St.)

Thurs., March 13th – 5:20pm – Sound Gallery – B.D. Riley’s Pub (204 E 6th St.)

Thurs., March 13th – 9:00pm – Chugg Music Showcase – TenOak (409 Colorado St.)

Sat., March 15th – 12:15pm – The Aussie BBQ – Maggie Mae’s (323 E 6th St. – Downstairs)

Sat., March 15th – 9:00pm  – Planetary Group Party – Maggie Mae’s (323 E 6th St. – Gibson Room)


jungle giantsDon’t Know What Else To Do - The Jungle Giants (Brisbane Australia)

Since joining forces in 2011, The Jungle Giants (Sam Hales, Cesira Aitken, Keelan Bijker and Andrew Dooris) have forged a strong name for themselves as an incredible live band with their frenetic shows, gracing the stage of Australia’s biggest festivals and touring extensively upon an ever- increasing fan base and undertaken countless national tours (including a series of plum supports, coveted festival spots and their own sell-out shows).

New EP She’s A Riot, is an energetic collection of songs that draw’s upon Hales’ own life experiences of love, live, adventure and loss. Reflecting on friendships and relationships, Don’t Know What Else To Do tells of the cat and mouse game at the beginning of every relationship

3.15.14 Austin, TX @ Magge Maes 5:35 pm (Aussie BBQ SXSW)

3.15.14 Austin, TX @ Maggie Maes, Gibson Room 1:00 am (Official SXSW Showcase)


LionsMy Friend – Paper Lions (Belfast, PEI, Canada)

Paper Lions are an indie rock band from Belfast, Prince Edward Island in the east coast of Canada whose music shines with sunny melodies and tales of lost youth. Equally influenced by the clear-voiced harmonies of the Beach Boys and the clanging guitars of modern rock, at the heart of the band are long-standing friendships and vibrant pop songs based on the sandy shores of their remote island province.

Formed from a creative partnership that began in their adolescence, the band really found its shape in 2007. Rob and John MacPhee are brothers, Colin Buchanan is their childhood neighbour, and David Cyrus MacDonald they met in high school, but it took time and effort, practicing in garages and playing in clubs across North America, to become the band they are now.

The new album, My Friends, is based on themes of adolescence and youth but marks maturation in the band’s writing. It is the beginning of a new chapter in the band’s career. For the release of the album, the band has established its own imprint, Fountain Pop Records (Outside Music)

Wednesday, March 12 Austin, TX @ Worlds Tiniest Bar – 3:00 PM (SXSW)

Friday, March 14 Austin, TX @ Friends Bar (MROC Party) – 2:15 PM (SXSW)

Friday, March 14 Austin, TX @ Peelaander Fest – 12:35PM (SXSW)

Saturday, March 15 Austin, TX @ Friends Bar – 9:00PM (SXSW)


Female Robbery – The Neighbourhood (Newbury Park, CA. USA)Neighborhood

We had the delights of The Neighbourhood on the show 18 months or so ago. They’ve been touring hard and spending some time in the UK.

They’re a Los Angeles quintet specialising in crossbreeding musical genres. The 2013 debut album swirls anthemic indie rock with smooth R&B and some icy electro-pop, all shot through a sun soaked West Coast filter. At the core of this oral amalgam is Jesse Rutherford’s androgynous voice.

At the time of the track’s first playing on SnC they were a remarkably well-kept secret. After releasing Female Robbery on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show, in 2012 it quickly became apparent that The Neighbourhood would have no problem finding a home for their brand of infectious indie rock and hip hop expertly melded with youthful melodies and a soulful croon. Their I’m Sorry EP followed and now their first full-length, I Love You. Is now available through their site and from iTunes

Now the word is out and this year they’re playing the .html SXSW showcase show at Palm Door on 6th in Austin next Wednesday, March 12.

Well worth catching live I’d say.

Here’s a particularly dark movie of the track.

The Neighbourhood – Female Robbery from The Neighbourhood on Vimeo.


lcmdf“Rationality” feat. Ballet School - LCMDF (Helsinki, Finland)

LCMDF: Formerly Le Corps Mince De Françoise (which cheekily translates to the body of the skinny girl named Francoise), the Helsinki-based, Finnish electro-pop duo LCMDF, consisting of sisters Mia (23) and Emma Kemppainen (25), have been successfully and independently writing & producing their own music since 2006.

Between touring, DJing, hosting their own radio show and popular Helsinki club night, the duo is on the brink of completing their second full-length LP, set to be released in Fall 2014. Their honest approach to quirky pop is inspired by modern R&B and electro-dance, mixed with a sentiment based in modern spirituality and online life.


Friday, March 14 11:00PM – 11:40PM

412 Congress Ave (Alley Entrance) Age Policy: 21+


Work Drugs: Heaven Or Farewell

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Wed, 03/05/2014 - 12:00

Work DrugsHeaven or Farewell is the latest single off of the upcoming album INSURGENTS. This song is a throwback to the early days of Work Drugs when they were starting off as the official house band for Club MTV.

Check out Work Drugs on tour this April.
11April2014 – Boot and Saddle, Philadelphia, PA
12April2014 – Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY
16April2014 – Bug Jar, Rochester, NY
17April2014 – Rumba, Columbus, OH
18April2014 – Underground Lounge, Chicago, IL
19April2014 – The Basement, Nashville, TN

Stream the new Work Drugs album for free on Bandcamp

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RatholeRadio 121 – 2nd March 2014

Rathole Radio - Tue, 03/04/2014 - 22:49

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For the first time in ages we have a guest for Rathole Radio. None other than Mr Wayne Myers, also known as Fit & The Conniptions, one of my favourite Creative Commons artists. I chatted to Wayne about the new album Sleeping Beauty, amongst other things. Enjoy!

00:00 – The Riptones – Get Me A JobCC BY-NC-ND Licensed

07:18 – Fall Walk Run – You Are You –CC BY-SA Licensed
10:05 – TheBlackParrot – High HopesCC BY-NC Licensed

20:41 – Fit & The Conniptions – Bush Of ThornsCC BY-SA Licensed

23:51 – LIVE GUEST: Wayne Myers!! AKA Fit & The Conniptions.

33:32 – Fit & The Conniptions – The Ghost Of Emma GoldmanCC BY-SA Licensed

35:18 – More from Wayne

42:46 – Fit & The Conniptions – Chez Tina –  CC BY-SA Licensed

47:53 – The Dead Rocks – Song Of The FutureCC BY-SA Licensed
50:12 – Stephane TV – ChosenCC BY-SA Licensed

58:54 – The Acousticals – Don’t Ask The WindCC BY-SA Licensed

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Email all feedback and suggestions to – show AT You can also find me on Twitter and Like us on Facebook and “Plus” us on Google+ Next Live Show: Sunday March 16th 2014 at 9pm UK

Thanks for listening, I hope you enjoyed the show. Thanks also to everyone who turned up in our IRC channel at 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 and entering #ratholeradio in the channel text box. Take care till next time folks.

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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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Is This Thing On Podcast 215

Is This Thing On Podcast - Tue, 03/04/2014 - 17:50

Nick Oscar

Is This Thing On Podcast

An award winning show this week….geddit?

Never mind, great music from Glass the Tramp ft Nick The Barber ~ Fun Fun Fun, Sam Page ~ Shine Your Little Light, Dan Whitehouse ~ Still Thinking of You, David Garlitz ~ I Like The Way You Move, The Travis Waltons ~ Heartbreaker, Emily Wolfe Lionheart, Nick Tann ~ Falling

My new shows,  that I mentioned, go out on Splash Radio this weekend 



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The Landing: Anxieties

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 03/04/2014 - 15:00

The LandingNew York space-pop band The Landing recently released “Anxieties” the video, a celebration of movement, unity and the human condition. Shedding light on the inspiration for the song and video, The Landing provides the following:

“The laws of this Universe mandate our existence, making Us not only a symptom of reality but also an obligation of the Cosmos. We are what this Universe does. As we inherit this grave responsibility, we also must take time to celebrate ourselves … sometimes irresponsibly.”

Directed by Alexander Koht
Choreography by Izzy Man and Vivake Khamsingsavath

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Show 283 – Good Things Come To Those Who Wait

Three From Leith - Tue, 03/04/2014 - 05:30

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In the blink of an eye it’s the end of February and this show will reach your ears on the 4th March. It can’t be though – Christmas was only last week! (Or at least it feels that way). Fear not though, for here’s a Spring selection of the finest tunes from across the globe which should get you ready for the run up to summer…. ;-)

Hillman Lighthouse – Change Your Mind

The Aviators – What Do You Want From Me

Yuri’s Accident – Lights (On Her Eyes)

Hillman Lighthouse – Six Ways From Sunday

The soundbed was ‘Starlight’ by Perma F
Three From Leith theme-tune by Alex Aitken

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Thank you for continuing to support the independent artists in 2014 by listening, feeding back and buying their music.

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JW Show 226: Brothers, Birthdays and Bananas

The Justin Wayne Show - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 23:25

Among other things, Claire’s begun eating healthy, and I’m eating snacks for lunch on today’s show. We’ll wish my brothers a happy birthday, talk about upcoming gigs in both London and Walla Walla and play bunches of great independent music from the likes of Wily Bo WalkerJingoMike LieboHungry GirlsYoung Jack and plenty more.


Happy birthday once again to the rhythm section of Lights Out Dancing (my brothers) Kyle (far left) and Ryan (far right) who are much older now than they were in this photo!


The Playlist Title Album Artist Its Gonna Be Alright Bobbie Morrone Trio Bobbie Morrone Trio I Want To Know (NY Funk Mix) I Want To Know (NY Funk Mix) Wily Bo Walker When You Want Me Single Jingo Nothing Will Be Your Refrain Electricity and Water Part 1 The Goldenhearts Faulkner West The Trouble Starts It’s Fine, It’s Fine Westroy Sessions Volume Two Daniel G. Harmann Leaving Here Flightless Bird Scott Barkan Lone Wolfe Blues Hungry Girls Hungry Girls Dont Speak Don’t Speak – Single Young Jack Alleyway Out Here Cody Beebe and the Crooks Asked Her to the Dance The Vincent(s) The Vincent(s) So Long Mike Liebo Mike Liebo Lights The Rails The Rails Lie About the Truth Fire on the Lake (recently mastered) Calvin Roche Don’t Send the Searchlights Gold Motel EP Gold Motel Killers/Saints The Globes E.P. The Globes Bricks Not Sticks or Straw Bricks Not Sticks or Straw (single) Van Susans The Narrator Ever The Optimist Lights Out Dancing Scumbags Dark City Life Jon Byrne & the Victims Cigarette Song Dark City Life Jon Byrne & the Victims Head on Fire Head on Fire The Little Philistines Love Explodes Single The Little Philistines Michelle Underdog Blake Noble


See you next week!

~JW and CR

King Black Acid: I’m Rolling Under

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 12:00

King Black AcidDaniel Riddle started recording, performing and producing music under the name King Black Acid from a very early age. The first set of bedroom studio recordings were released in the late 1980′s. Each album is a different sound and often different musicians joining him in the studio and on the stage. Over the years he’s played with a wide range of musicians, and contributes to a vast number of projects. Check out his full Bio at SoundCloud.

King Black Acid is currently working on a new album with a radically different sound that ventures deep into the dream life of each song.

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AMPed Show #429

AMPed Weekly Show - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 05:00
Hosted this week by Erk of Erk FM with music from Sweet Soubrette, Anne Davis, Junius, Kill Matilda, Spring The Trap, Head Phones President and Head Phones President [powerpress] [caption id="amped-show-429" align="alignright" width="150"]host-logo AMPed hosted this week by Erk of Erk FM[/caption]
  1. Be My Man by Sweet Soubrette Submited by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool

    Sweet Soubrette’s dark, edgy love songs feature the songwriting, vocals and ukulele of Ellia Bisker (recipient of four ASCAP Plus Awards for her songwriting), along with a talented backing band of bass, drums, piano, strings, and horns. Bisker honed her performance chops playing ukulele in the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, and the glittery eyelashes she wears onstage hint at her vaudeville origins.

  2. Where the Roads Cross by Anne Davis Submited by Matt Brier of Idiosyncratic Transmissions

    Anne Davis is a "folk-alternative" artist who has been singing songs for as long as she can remember. She wrote all 15 songs on her debut album Letters, Prayers, and Journal entries. In addition she insisted on using only real, actual instruments in the recording(no drum machines or computer generated sounds) giving it an overall organic feel.

  3. Forgiving The Cleansing Meteor by Junius Submited by Ro of DarkCompass

    Junius are a four piece post-rock band from Boston, blending powerfully deep lyrics with a phenomenal wall of sound.
    Forgiving the Cleansing Meteor is taken from their latest release on the Prosthetic Records label, called "Days of the Fallen Sun" and have recently toured Europe with Wolves Like Us, another favourite of DarkCompass.

  4. Zombie Apocalypse by Kill Matilda Submited by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada

    This track comes from their EP due out March 4th 2014. The band will be touring all over Canada in the coming months. If you like Hole, Garbage, The Misfits, or Paramore you're sure to enjoy this track.

  5. The Maze by Spring The Trap Submited by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio

    Spring The Trap are based in Seattle Washington, and this from their recent eponymous EP. You can stream that from their ReverbNation site.

  6. Nowhere by Head Phones President Submited by Erk of Erk FM: Metal Monday

    Head Phones President have been on Erk's radar for some time. They are a Japanese female fronted metal band who have toured around various parts of the world, amazing fans with powerful vocals & musicianship. Fans have even traveled to Japan to see them perform in their home country.

  7. Reality by Head Phones President Submited by Erk of Erk FM

    During Erk's recent trip to Japan, he searched out Head Phones President, hoping to see them live. However, the band were between gigs. Heading to the Tower Records store in Shibuya, Erk thought that the logical place to find this female fronted metal band was in the metal section of the store.

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