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Is This Thing On Podcast 226

Is This Thing On Podcast - Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:36

Is This Thing On Podcast
Funny little show this week…Great tunes though.

Kicked of with Nick Tann – Don’t, H.O.Z. - Ain’t Got No Woman, Crayon – Science In Me, Stone Them Crows – Joker In the Pack, Broken Links – The Fine Line Between Choice and Decay.

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H.M. Hammarin: It Began Again

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:00

H.M. HammarinGothenburg 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]


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IR: UK #107

Insomnia Radio:UK - Sat, 06/07/2014 - 11:30

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

TRT: 42:30

Rating: Work Safe

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the bugcast 316 – Virgin on the ridiculous

The Bugcast - Sat, 06/07/2014 - 02:00

thebugcast316This week on The Bugcast: Virgin broadband, Virgin TiVo, Virgin OD, and 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!

Songs played

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


Virgin Media Broadband and TiVo woes
Virgin Media On Demand censorship oops – ATVOD
Dodgy EON letter through door
Slender Man Stabbing

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

Upcoming events

London Podcrawl – Saturday 14 June 2014 (more info)
Glasgow Podcrawl – Friday 11 July 2014 (more info)
OggCamp ’14 – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014 (more info)

Podcasts mentioned

Association of Music Podcasting
Made In The UK Show

Next week

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

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Good Nite Gilligan: Our Last Day On Earth

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 06/06/2014 - 11:00

Good Nite GilliganFrom 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.

Web Site | Facebook | Twitter

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Dave’s Lounge #286

Dave's Lounge - Fri, 06/06/2014 - 10:44

Dave's Lounge Music Podcast #286After 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:

  1. Shantel, "Inside"  Buy from: Amazon
  2. Anthony Valadez, "Good Lookin’"  Buy from: iTunes
  3. Lost Midas, "Head Games (feat. Audris)"  Buy from: iTunes
  4. Es-K, "whyyouDOTHATtho"  Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
  5. Tourist, "Patterns (ft. Lianne La Havas)"  Buy from: iTunes
  6. Quixotic and The Human Experience, "From the Outside Looking in"  Buy from: Bandcamp
  7. Aime, "Coloured Happiness"  Buy from: iTunes
  8. Gelka, "Chilled Dinosaur"  Buy from: iTunes
  9. Van, "Walk by the Boulevard"  Buy from: iTunes
  10. ID3, "After Dark"  Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
  11. Night and Day, "La Plena Noche (feat. Magica Fe)"  Buy from: iTunes
  12. 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!

Dave’s Lounge #286

Edinburgh Man #169

Edinburgh Man Podcasts - Thu, 06/05/2014 - 20:07

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.

Edinburgh Man #169 by Edinburgh Man on Mixcloud

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


DC627 Live Null

Dark Compass - Thu, 06/05/2014 - 19:00

Don’t Forget Podcrawl


  1. Revelus: To Live (NC, USA, Shadow Ent)
  2. Orange Goblin: Hounds Ditch (London, UK, Candlelight)
  3. Mutank: Heavy Hand of The Doomsday Clock (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
  4. Henric Blomqvist & Friends: Plenty of Reasons (Jakobstad. Finland, Inverse)
  5. Mordbrand: That Which Crawls (Sweden, Deathgasm)
  6. Red Eleven: Tomorrows Path (Finland, Lifeforce)
  7. As The Storm: Hopeless (Bordeaux, France)
  8. Sons of None: Party as we Burn (Puerto Rico)
  9. The Golden Grass: Sugar ‘n’ Spice (Brooklyn, USA)
  10. American Standards: Circus Rats (Arizona, USA)
  11. Amok: Make Time to Kill Time (Scotland)
  12. Horrid: Sacrilegious Fornication (Italy, Dunkelheit, Clawhammer)
  13. Fist Fight: Idle Hands (Denver, USA)
  14. Hollow: A New Life (Montreal, Canada, Asher)
  15. Farseer: Nightmare Collide (Glasgow, Scotland)
  16. Scordatura: Sutured Flesh (Glasgow, Scotland)
  17. Corrosion of Conformity: Trucker (North Carolina, USA, Candlelight)
  18. Gravil: Structurally Unsound (UK)
  19. Marty Friedman: Steroidhead (USA, Prosthetic)
  20. Diesel King: Horror. Disgust (UK)
  21. Wolfrider: Heart Of Iron (Wroclaw, Poland)
  22. On Top: No Shame (Philadelphia, USA, Clawhammer)
  23. Down The Machine: Null & Void (Leeds, UK, Ambicon)


3&O: Everything I Have

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 06/05/2014 - 14:00

3&OToday’s feature is from 3&O, a NH, Mass, and soon to be California based group, apparently born out of the posting of a Reddit ad seeking a vocalist. Since this fortuitous meeting of said vocalist, and after the band went public about 3 months back, the three members [Emily Setsuko, Benjamin Bunker and Dé Von] have been quickly moving forward musically, with several collaborations in the mix, including a hinted at feature of a yet unnamed artist one of the musicians actually grew up listening to.

The group’s sound has been described as unique, and they explained “that having different musical backgrounds allows them to dance in the realm of pop, underground hip-hop and folk, with a through line of baroque music”. Today’s featured track, “Everything I Have”, “is rooted in indie pop and toys with eclectic chopped vocal layering, looped guitar samples, and upbeat drum patterns, all without losing it’s pop appeal.”

Another new track entitled ‘Teeth’ has also just become available so make sure to check out the first post at the top of their Soundcloud feed below.


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2 a.m. Orchestra: Six Lines of Ash

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Wed, 06/04/2014 - 11:00

2 a.m. OrchestraToday’s Dose is a single from Auckland, New Zealand band 2 a.m. Orchestra‘s album Working to Divide released in September last year.

Nearly four years in the making, Working To Divide is available free via their website. The band is using the “pay what you want” scheme on BandCamp.

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SnC 417 – Flashback

Suffolk And Cool - Wed, 06/04/2014 - 10:45
Roberto Luti

Roberto Luti has been a stalwart of the Playing For Change movement for quite a few years.

This week we step back five years to a spring day in May 2009 when SnC was just 166 episodes old and we were enjoying the likes of Los Campesinos. Playing for Change was very new and Codger had hair beyond his shoulders.

Why? Well, whatever’s going on in my chest and throat isn’t responding to antibiotics and so talking and breathing (especially both at once) are proving problematic. I’d like to think that we’ll be back to normal next week but time will tell. Meanwhile enjoy this vintage SnC show …

A great mix of music this week from Wales, Italy, France, Israel, England, Philadelphia, Zimbabwe, Toronto and Bergen in Norway. Quite a mix of styles and a feature on an amazing collaboration project.Despite cold winds over the past week or so, one of the wild ducks was spotted on the top pond with her brood of nine chicks (right) … and I thought musicians were difficult to manage!

Drop it doe eyes – Los Campesinos! (Cardiff, UK)

From their album Hold on now youngster. It has indeed, been a while since we had Los Camps on Suffolk’n’Cool, they have been in Venezuela recently.

Gravity – Jambassa (Irpino, Italy)

From the EP The roots and the flowers (released Feb 29). The deepest roots of black music inspire and hold the electronic essence of Papa Lele and Gamino.This release explores the musical background of the irpinia crew confirming once again their unmistakable style. Recorded at Q-zone studio in Monteforte Irpino. 6 tracks from the same element: the earth!

Available on the A Quiet Bump net label – waiting for you to download.

“Two platinums vinyls, a mixer, a microphone, the EPS and Atari, the whole coupled with effects a such digital delay generated the bases of the exploration of Dub-Roots made in Irpinia. The first Dub tests under the name of Jambassa take life in the year 2000. Since then research of the ideal “flow” never stopped, as well through the scenic experiments into live, year studio with a work of production where still while passing by collaborations with musical groups, crew and artists of various musical horizons . Jambassa proposes a dj-set dub roots between the analogical one and digital, while dubbant into live the selections of their clean production accompanied by a skilful dj to the microphone, which makes it possible their live to be a true performance shared with a conquered public.”

Got all that?

Playing for Change

Playing for change is a multi-media movement established by Mark Johnson, as he says, “it was born out of the idea that we have to inspire each other to come together as a human race and that music is the best way to do this.

“The result of four years of travelling and recording is a remarkable series of films which bring the separate performances together into beautiful virtual collaborations. The video completes the illusion that the artists were all playing together. The effect is captivating and inspiring. I’d have every one of them on the show! Marley’s “One love” features, amongst others:Roberto Luti (Livorno, Italy) vintage National steel guitarMenyatso Nathole and Vusi Mahlasela (Mamelodi, South Africa)Surendra Shrestha and Tal Ben Ari “Tula”, (Tel Aviv, Israel and Barcelona) Manu Chao (Barcelona, Spain), Junior Kissangwa Mbouta (Kinshasa, Congo), Rajhesh Vaidhja (Chennai, India)Washboard Chaz (New Orleans, USA) among many others.

Update June 5 2014

It is episode number 3 and has to be seen, so here it is!

Playing For Change | Song Around The World “One Love” from Playing For Change on Vimeo.

From the award-winning documentary, “Playing For Change: Peace Through Music”, comes an incredible rendition of the legendary Bob Marley song “One Love” with Keb’ Mo’ and Manu Chao. This is the third video from the documentary and a follow up to the classic “Stand By Me” and the incredible “Don’t Worry.” Released in celebration of Bob Marley’s birthday on February 6th, this tribute to the legend is performed by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe.

Order the CD/DVD Playing For Change Songs Around The World” now at!

Playing For Change “Songs Around The World” is now available at your neighborhood Starbucks and everywhere music is sold.

Order the “One Love,” “War/No More Trouble, “Stand By Me,” and “Don’t Worry,” videos and the new Songs Around The World album now at itunes!

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Here’s the latest episode from Playing for Change now up to number 90!

What’s Going On from Playing For Change on Vimeo.

Today’s featured Song Around The World is Marvin Gaye’s classic “What’s Going On”. This track began with an acoustic guitar in Africa and legendary drummer James Gadson in Los Angeles. Next we added the Electric guitar and bass on the streets of Chicago and strings in Serbia. As we traveled the world musicians where added and PFC Band members Clarence Bekker and Titi Tsira layered the vocals while Sara Bareilles added the final verse in Washington Square Park, NYC. Years in the making, minutes to watch but something we can all believe in: MUSIC !


Icons among us (last week’s feature)

Comment from director Michael Rivoria and the Icons among us production team:

Peter, thank you for featuring “Icons Among Us” in your show!! I just listened to it and it was really great. I thought the commentary was right on the mark. This doc really was created to show just how much the music has progressed as well as evolved. You really picked up on that. The word “jazz” no longer has to equate to being complex , boring or even historical. This generation of players listen to all sorts of different genres, from rock to hip-hop, etc.. which is influencing the sound and rhythm of the music.

Thanks again. Love listening to your show!

~ M. Rivoira and the Icons team.

That feeling – Triplexity (Israel and France)

From their 2008 album Live in Triplex City available on Jamendo and as a great quality FLAC version in return for a donation on their site.Three musicians from three different countries making music together without ever having met: such a story could only happen on Jamendo.

And it’s the story of Triplexity.SaReGaMa and Nikila were two Jamendo users exchanging good reviews about their music. Not just out of politeness, but because each one really appreciated the other’s work. And then one day of 2007, after SaReGaMa asked Nikila to send him the separate tracks of a composition of hers he really liked so he could remix it, their first collaboration was born, “Morning”, followed by a full album, …Not Too Far. This would lay the foundation of what would become the sound of Triplexity: smooth, introspective and mostly instrumental electronica.And when SaReGaMa wanted to do something “more world music-influenced, more organic”, he turned to another Jamendo musician, Hamel1, who plays sax, clarinet and guitar. From this new three-way collaboration came out the track Three 4 Ten. “This was a milestone for Triplexity”, says SaReGaMa.

The fact that SaReGaMa lives in the woods of Mount Carmel (Israel), that Nikila is a Belgian citizen currently based in France, that Hamelin lives near Narbonne (South of France), and that the three of them have so far never had an occasion to meet physically was no obstacle. “The way Triplexity works is radically different from the ‘rehearsal/concert” model, and that’s a really interesting experience, explains Hamelin. I often compare it to studio work, only deferred.”

So, will the members of Triplexity meet one day? Maybe even play a gig? There are no such plans so far, but who knows. “I hope to meet my fellow musicians one day, perhaps for a beer, says Hamelin. The idea of making Triplexity a live band is still far-fetched, but nothing is impossible!”

She sells sea shells – Joey Nightmare (Chichester, UK)

The first of two tracks by artists playing next week at the Get Wanted show at 333 Mother Bar in London”s fashionable Shoreditch.”Hailing from Chichester, the band combine Minus The Bear-style technicality with catchy-as-hell saccharine dance-pop. We’ve got high hopes forthe live show these guys (and girl) can pull off, they’re amazing!” – New Slang, Banquet RecordsFor my money it is beautifully constructed, intelligent pop with enough light and shade and rhythm changes to keep me interested and wanting more. Let the band know what you think – they really do want to hear.

Spiders – Officer Roseland (Philadelphia, USA)

With the music industry undergoing a drastic facelift, Officer Roseland continues to look for new and innovative ways to reach listeners tired of stale formula and slick mass-production. Aside from employing an arsenal of guerrilla promotional techniques in support of Stimulus Package, their concept album with a distinctly satirical edge, skewering the crass commercialism of the recording industry—and of American society at large—with the warped sense of humour that has become the band’s signature.On top of that, the energy, close harmonies and some great rich voices combine to create a sound which is at once classic and yet really refreshing. Clever how they do that!The band also offers a regular podcast, “Roll Call”, available through iTunes, and live concert feeds on their website.

Mudzimu Ndiringe – Hallalujah Chicken Run Band (Zimbabwe)

Analog Africa is a new series from Alula Records featuring rare legendary recordings from seminal bands that formed the explosive Zimbabwean music scene in the 1970s.

“The Lion of Zimbabwe”, Thomas Mapfumo, is Zimbabwe’s biggest star, one of the most legendary and best-selling African artists of all time. In 1973, Mapfumo helped form the Hallelujah Chicken Run Band and, for the first time, began to shift his music away from Western-influenced rock and explore the traditional music of his Shona people, transcribing the scale of the traditional instrument mbira (or thumb piano) to guitar with his guitarist Joshua Dube The HCR Band was one of the first to develop the staccato style of guitar for which Zimbabwe is known today, and was also one of the first modern groups to sing in the traditional Shona language – a major act of liberation and an act of protest against the Rhodesian government. This compilation presents 18 of the Hallelujah Chicken Run Band”s biggest and most influential hits, recorded from 1974-1979 and all painstakingly remastered.

Hallelujah Chicken Run Band “Mudzimu Ndiringe” (mp3) from “Take One” (Alula Records) Buy at Rhapsody Stream.

Brand New – Emilie Mover (Toronto/New York)

Emilie Mover was conceived in Miami Beach, Florida at the Paradise Beach Hotel. She was born in Montreal on a snowy November evening. She grew up in Toronto and spent some time in New York City where she began singing jazz with her father, saxophonist Bob Mover. She later moved back to Toronto, where she began to play guitar and write songs soon after. She began playing them for an audience at age 20 at the Tranzac Club in Toronto and has been doing so ever since.

Apparently the writers of Grey’s Anatomy have a bit of a thing for Emilie, as this is her second song to get featured within an episode of the show this season. For those who can’t get enough of Emilie, be on the lookout for yet another song of hers to be in an upcoming episode of CBS’s Ghost Whisperer which airs Friday nights at 8.16 May 2009

Available on CD Baby and iTunes linked from her site


Dark side of the blues – Alexandria Quartet (Bergen, Norway)

Topping the bill at Get Wanted next Wednesday (they also played the very first Get Wanted night back in November last year. Based in Bergen, Norway’s main student city and the country’s unofficial pop epicentre, the Quartet have been holed up in studios and rehearsal rooms for the last 18 months polishing their album.

Martin Skålnes – vox, git, keys

Øystein Braut – guitars

Kim Åge Furuhaug – drums

Chris Holm – bass

Silent Rider: Rave Love

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 06/03/2014 - 14:00

Silent RiderBrooklyn-based electronic downtempo trio Silent Rider are on the verge of releasing the EP “Rave Love”, out July 29th. The first single and title track is the excellent ‘Rave Love’, an outstanding song that will no doubt be resonating with all of us for the entire summer and beyond.

Reed Kackley, frontman of the group explained to us that “the phrase ‘Rave Love’ refers to the fleeting and mad nature with which young love is often approached. Incorporating feelings of nostalgia for youth and innocence, this concept is meant to resonate in each melody, progression and pattern, piecing together a cohesive theme.”

Reed Kackley – production & vocals
Ryan Payne – vocals & live multi-instrumentalist
Aaron Goodrich – percussion


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Zaldor’s World 6/2/2014

Zaldor's World - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 15:28

Johnny B returns after almost a month away!!

In studio guest, Delina!

Via: Zaldors World At TapDetroit


And Now, A Live DJ Set…

Dave's Lounge - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 14:10

Dance Fusion SaturdayAfter posting my set from the 2013 Las Vegas Fusion Exchange last week — and sharing djTRTL’s instant classic DJ set from the 2014 Denver Fusion Exchange on SoundCloud (click here if you missed it) — I figure I might as well share one more.

Last Saturday, I played a live DJ set at a new monthly fusion dance here in Durham, North Carolina. This was the first time I used the Traktor DJ iPad app with the Traktor Z1 controller to play a live set, and I recorded the set live inside the Traktor app. The amount of mixing was pretty minimal — partner dancers like to have breaks so that they can change partners every so often — but I added a few mixes here and there to keep them on their toes.

Because of potential copyright concerns, I’m only posting this one on Mixcloud for streaming. Click here to go directly to the Dave’s Lounge Mixcloud account.

And if you’re planning any fusion dance events in the coming months, feel free to drop me a line.


Skinny Cooks: Ms Jones

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 11:00

Skinny CooksGroovilicious. We’re not doctors, but we can definitely fix whatever it is that’s wrong with you. [bio]

From Dallas Texas, Skinny Cooks play music they describe as “Funk, Flip Flop, R&BLT, Psychedelic Soufflé”. We don’t know about that, but it sounds great. Just the way to start your week. This is from their album Day Beulah, released in Dec 2013

Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | BandCamp

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 134

Idiosyncratic Transmissions - Mon, 06/02/2014 - 04:15

Music from Mevio, Jamendo, and the artists.  Theme song from Dan at

Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting.

The Freak Fandango Orchestra – Mundo Canibal
Egon – Lazy Lovers
Hunter & Wolfe – Woe Is You
Jake Aldridge – Little Old Me
Model Aeroplanes – Innocent Love
Mossback – City Lights

TOY: Conductor (Mikey Young Remix)

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sun, 06/01/2014 - 12:38

TOYToday’s Dose is a remix by Australian Artist Mikey Young of the opening track from London UK based TOY‘s second album Join The Dots released in December. We don’t play many remixes, but this really adds something to the original’s sparse krautrock soundscape. The original album is available from iTunes and Amazon.

Mikey Young’s projects include Lace Curtain, Ooga Boogas and Total Control.

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105: (40 Min) Rock/Jazz - Mostly Rock, with a Touch of Jazz

The JogTunes Indie Podcast - Sat, 05/31/2014 - 18:26
Or play on the web here.

Rada Po The 105th episode is rock, jazz, hip-hop. BPM range: 117-180.

To experience and enjoy running and working out exactly to the beat of great indie music, please subscribe to the The JogTunes Indie Podcast or get the MP3. You can download it directly in iTunes. Or access it with 2 taps using the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store and on our Android app on Google Play.

Lara James

Lara James

Rada Po
Rada Po / Da Voicez

Mike Delledera Band

Mike Delledera Band

Hats Off Gentlemen Its Adequate

Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate

Dingo Down

Dingo Down

Everett Coast

Everett Coast

Joe Tripp and the Hops

Joe Tripp and the Hops

Fine vocal jazz returns to the JTIP, mixed in with some great rock and a bit of hip hop.

The BPM range is from a bouncy walk at 117 to a fast run at 180.

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR for their generous help in providing the talent.

More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

And don't forget our JogTunes App in the iTunes App Store and Google Play. It's a really fast and easy way to work out to the JTIP and to get new free episodes. A couple of taps on the app and you're off and running. I love the convenience when I work out to the show. I think you will too.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.

Is This Thing On Podcast 225

Is This Thing On Podcast - Sat, 05/31/2014 - 16:39

Is This Thing On Podcast

Better late than never eh? As I explain on the show, things are a little busy at the moment and I just managed to grab some spare time to bring you a new episode with some cracking tunes including

Nick Tann – Can’t Stop Missing You, Dead On TV – Back at the Start, Anja McCloskey – Too Many Words, Sangally – Shamen, Joe Kemp – Sweet ‘lil Lies, GoldStar – Darken Day, Marvin B Naylor – The Pirouettist, Ann Davis – Awakening, Dirty Proper – I Feel Love

I asked if folk could review my album 3 AM on Itunes, Spotify and the like and mentioned that I will be hosting the AMPED music podcast next week, links to follow … next week.


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the bugcast 315 – Live or not?

The Bugcast - Sat, 05/31/2014 - 02:00

thebugcast315This week on The Bugcast: Lenovogate, miming, a plethora of upcoming events, and 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!

Songs played

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


John Oliffe blogpost about Lenovogate
Vamps Miming on BGT – better camera angles needed

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

Upcoming events

London Podcrawl – Saturday 14 June 2014 (more info)
Glasgow Podcrawl – Friday 11 July 2014 (more info)
OggCamp ’14 – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014 (more info)

Podcasts mentioned

Association of Music Podcasting
Made In The UK Show

Next week

The next live show will be episode 316, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 6 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

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