“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.”
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This week on The Bugcast: we croak, we lament, we analyse, we disbelieve, and we play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Aliveway – Big City – from Vinius, Lithuania – source
- Well-Known Strangers – Another Sun – from Racine, WI – source
- Torelli and the Fuse – People – from Charlotte, NC – source
- Anitek – Under Twine – from Morristown, NJ – source
- Both – Axel – from Metz, France – source
- madelyniris – Let’s Restart – from St Louis, MO – source
- Emily Richards – One Way – from San Diego, CA – source
- Foam Ropes – Truth In Fables – from New York, NY – source
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Caroline and Cara off to see Jurassic World tomorrow
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- The next live show will be episode 364, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 19 June 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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O.T.O.T.W.is Crosby’s first solo single release, on June 8 2015 via iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify, Rdio and more.
- Nexxus Empire: Dirty Pillows (Single Release, Bangor, Wales)
- iwrestledabearonce: Erase it All (from “Hail Mary”, LA, USA)
- Return To Rome: I’m Sick (Peterborough, UK)
- Demon Lung: I am Haunted (from “A Dracula”, Las Vegas, USA, Candlelight Records) June 16th Release
- Vile Caliber: Dare to Love and Lose Control (from “Tomorrow’s for Those who Dare”, Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Unveil Me: Ennea (from “Ennea”, Munich, Germany)
- The Fiend: Payback (from “Greed Power Religion War”, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, Candlelight Records)
- Hyperion: A Mortal Sun (from “The Nibiru Cataclysm”, Exeter, UK)
- Gutter Instinct: The Invisible Hand (from “The Insurrection”, Helsingborg, Sweden, Prosthetic Records)
- Somehow Jo!: Hatesong (from “Satans of Swing”, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Schammasch: Black but Shining (from “Sic Lvceat Lvx”, Basel, Switzerland, Prosthetic Records)
- Anachronism: Undefined (from “Reflecting The Inside”, Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Their Dogs Were Astronauts: Dead End (from “Earthkeeper”, Salzburg, Austria)
- Once We Emerged: Outlast (from “Outlast EP”, Leonding, Austria)
- Kastasyde: Gnosis (from “Gnosis”, Chicago, USA, Clawhammer)
- Negation: Sacrifice the Weak (from “Memento Mori”, Paris, France, Kaotoxin, Clawhammer)
- Peur: Future Architects (from “Future Architects EP”, Manchester, UK, Jasperpr)
- Like Tyrants: Leach (from “Despicable Feelings”, Akron, Ohio, USA, Persistent Heart Media)
- Child of Caesar: Worlds Without Skies (from “Love in Black”, Germany, Inverse Records)
- Dying Humanity: Oblivion (from “Deadened”, Chemnitz, Germany, Bastardised Records, Clawhammer)
- Grenouer: Going To Stay (from “Unwanted Today”, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Mausoleum Records)
- Villians: Freudian Slip (from “Freudian Slip”, Chicago, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- We Gave it Hell: Magnus (Single Release, Las Vegas, USA)
After a couple of days delay another Rathole Radio is unleashed. This time it’s episode 147, an auspicious number for any snooker playing listeners out there. I don’t know how many people fit into that particular niche but perhaps some. The show features the usual eclectic mix of music and musings so I hope you enjoy it.
33:19 – Ground & Leaves – Images – CC BY-SA Licensed
37:25 – Professor Kliq – Satellite Two – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed – From the album Athene’s Theory Of Everything (original soundtrack)
Check out the Cologne Commons festival on Sept 4th & 5th 2015 – Thanks to Amsterdammack for the reminder.
49:26 – Marten De Paepe – Wake Up Call – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
Thank you to everyone who has supported the show via Flattr or Paypal. We appreciate it!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 June 21st @ 9PM UK (GMT+1)
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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Daniel Norman, singer/songwriter of Los Angeles band, A House for Lions, was a music lover who never intended to become a musician. But while hitchhiking through Germany, a melody and a few words popped into his head and never left: “we’ll write a book worth reading!” – the first line of what would become the first song Daniel ever wrote and A House for Lions’ statement of purpose, “Let Back”. In that moment, he realized it might be possible to get off of the fence and create a project of his own; at least, it would be fun to try. Daniel had played guitar since he was a kid, but had no experience playing in a band. So he’d have to get better, (“we’ll pass the test, no cheating!”) but he’d also need to seek out kindred spirits to flesh-out the sound of his bare bones experiments.
The band’s debut full-length album made with Grammy Award-winning producer Tom Biller (Silversun Pickups, Elliott Smith, Fiona Apple, Warpaint) will be released 06.24.14 on Randm Records, home to the cult status Lost Ark Studio. They recently completed an innovative DIY crowdfunding campaign to fund the making of the album.
We’ve also embedded a great live 2013 performance of theirs below for the track Nightfalls, live at The Echoplex with a String Section.Peace and War HypeMachine
Filmmaker Paola Suhonen and Alexa Wilding have collaborated for over six years on music films and live performances. Her music has been used many times for fashion films and for her own fashion and art line Ivana Helsinki. The Cloud Seeding “Mirage” music video [below] features model Kai RIntamaa dressed in red, white, and blue playing a guitar filmed on 16mm reversal film against the beautiful desert back drop of Joshua Tree. The video includes brief cameo appearances by Alexa Wilding and Elvis.
While Claire’s computer is on life support, she joins us from another device and brings some great new music to our ears. You’ll also hear from Blunderbuss-mate (that’s where I am these days) Tate Chamberlin who is bringing a big music festival to Ennis, Montana on July 17th and 18th called Moods of the Madison. It’s an eclectic music festival bringing together different genres and causes. We’ll hear from a few of the local/regional bands who will be appearing and more from Tate about what it’s all about.The Playlist Title Album Artist Right Swipe #You’re Not Playing The Character, You Are The Character; Drink The Bleach! Dah Rhyl Gah Moor Falling Apart Janessa Evrist’s Album Janessa Evrist Not Afraid Why Not? Edewaard Human aka Man’s Lot Human aka Man’s Lot – Single The 150 Friends Club Ten Miles Down the Road Still Human Off The Record Is It Too Late This Is The End Of The Rock And Roll Antoines Zeppelin The College Years (Opi -Um) JoeJoeKeys Sugar and Mess April Maybe May April Maybe May Nashvegas Houses on a Hill Bearkat Hear the Sound Can’t Talk Now Greg Friedman Over to You Over to You Analog Birds Interview with Tate Chamberlin – Moods of the Madison Get Some The Squeeze Cure for the Common Surrender Surrender Jon Wayne and the Pain Hear the Sound Can’t Talk Now Greg Friedman This Town This Town Tom Vevers Pins Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff So Rewind So Rewind Narrow Plains Club Low Club Low Model Aeroplanes A Mermaid’s Song Club Low Antiqcool Hey Girl Ani-K Ani-K Ignis Fatuus The Inner wastelands Maud the moth Most People Are Better Than You Payin’ 4 Yesterday JoeJoeKeys No Chances Of The She Wolf EP Della Lupa
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Another great track review from Te Hao Boon. This time it is for Chalk – Everybody’s Problem, No One’s Problem Is This Thing On Podcast PURPLE
Ah… Good ol’ capitalism. Something so ingrained in everyone’s psyche. In 2005, an economist/psychologist duo from Yale managed to teach seven capuchin monkeys how to use money. The reason they choose capuchin monkeys is simple: They are selfish creatures. They would rather eat more than they can, puke, and eat the remaining food than give it to another monkey that might be starving.
What do you guys think the monkeys would use the money for? Food, shelter, friendship? Nope, they just use the money for sex. And why would the female monkey need money anyway, you might ask? Well, to buy themselves some grapes, of course!
With materialism taking centrestage in urban society, there are now programs created to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Programs that force you to drop everything you have: Your work, your smartphone, your laptop, even your car and just enjoy nature for a week or two (for the low price of $199.95!).
How many people can actually drop all that we have a go at a non-materialistic life? I know I can’t, I wouldn’t be able here sitting on my bum typing this review on my desktop otherwise. I am a “gutless shit” as mentioned in the song.
Brighton singer-songwriter Chalk‘s Everyone’s Problem, No One’s Problem sounds like a lovechild of Modest Mouse and The Paper Chase: Lo-fi grungy sounds with a tinge of hollowness throughout the song. The protagonist calls himself a “man of money” and he is nothing else really. He doesn’t have any hopes and dreams of his own; he just buys them from others with the money he has.
The protagonist knows he is working under the system but he is not questioning if the system could be changed since he was brought up in it. In fact, he has even started to think intangible things like dreams and hopes can be bought with paper money.
Lets all not be so materialistic for once. After all, everyone is going 6 feet under at the end of the day. Money only means so much.
The post Track Review: Everyone’s Problem, No One’s Problem by Chalk appeared first on Is This Thing On? Independent Music Podcast.
Edinburgh seven-piece band Urvanovic [‘er-van-o-vitch’] have recently announced the arrival of their debut album Amateurs, which drops via Survivalist on 15th June 2015. On Amateurs, Urvanovic have created a spectacular amalgamation of live and programable instrumentation that creates an overwhelmingly powerful sound.
Originally created as a studio experiment in Edinburgh, Urvanovic formed in 2012 as a byproduct of songwriter Tom Irvine’s (vocals, keys, guitar) composition projects at university. He then created a musical collective with the aforementioned Seonaid Stevenson (vocals, trumpet) as well as Niall Sinclair (laptop & keyboard, noises), David Hill (drums, percussion), Emma Donald (violin), Bethany Coyle (violin), Rachel Wilson (cello), David Norris (violin), Amanda Currie (violin), Tim Cais (cello) and Graham Coe (cello) to create the intense and captivating sound you hear on this album.
[via abadgeofriendship]Warrens HypeMachine
Both Claire and Justin host this month’s Top Ten which include some lovely artists including Grown Up Avenger Stuff, Narrow Plains, Tom Vevers, Greg Friedman and six more! Vote for your favorite three below and help one of these artists go down in TJWS legend.Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. The Artists links and Twitter handles for you better to support them and get them more votes
- Greg Friedman @gregfriedman
- Tom Vevers @tomvevers
- Grown Up Avenger Stuff @avengerstuff
- Narrow Plains @narrowplains
- Model Aeroplanes @modelaeroplanes
- Antiqcool @antiqcool
- Ani-K #iamanik
- Maud the moth @maudthemoth
- JoeJoeKeys @joejoekeys
- Della Lupa @dellalupauk
@gregfriedman @tomvevers @avengerstuff @narrowplains @modelaeroplanes @antiqcool #iamanik @maudthemoth @joejoekeys @dellalupauk
And What was the reason behind last weeks missing show?
- Plini: Rupture (Sydney, Australia)
- Exist Immortal: Edge of Infinity (London, UK)
- Polar: Before The Storm, featuring Ellie Price (UK)
- Helmsplitter: Panzram (Illinois, USA)
- Miroist: The Closing of your Eye (London, UK)
- Patron Saint of Plagues: Teddy Scare Picnic (Ottawa, Canada, Distilled)
- Pillbuster: Hateburn (VA, USA, Distilled)
- Dark Days Ahead: North Star Blues (Finland)
- Fisthammer: Thousand Yard Stare (Pennsylvania, USA)
- Tricore: Kings
- Mach22: Radio (USA) (Pictured)
- Gunpowder Gray: Saints (USA)
- Seventh Seeker: The Waining Moon (Southampton, UK)
- An Entire Legion: Chew We Love
- Scary D and Sinister G: Witches (California, USA, Distilled)
- We Are The Damned: Angelsick (Portuagal)
- Ferium: Downhill From Nothing (Israel)
- Sabbatory: Orbiting Obscuron (Canada)
- Reverted: Tolerance (London, UK)
- Stories: Masks (Sydney, Australia)
- Kaizan: Odan (Mexico)
- Ravenous: Deathstiny (Southampton, UK, Coffee Jingle Records)
- Being As An Ocean: Death’s Great Black Wings Scrapes The Air
This week, a special as I’m away. This is what I consider the best tracks we’ve played on the show this year so far. Comment if you think otherwise.
Picture: Baby Metal
- Deaf Angel: Run to Me (USA)
- Wolves like Us: Your Word is Law (Norway, Prosthetic Music)
- Psychostick: Obey the Beard (Canada, Asher)
- Aviator Shades: Ready to Blow (Canada, Asher)
- Relief in Sleep: Witness (USA)
- Neverafter: Debt to Pay (USA)
- Klogr: Draw Closer (Italy/USA, Zeta Factory/Believe, Stampede)
- Clouds in Contrast: Allure (UK)
- Lacuna Coil: Nothing Stands (Italy)
- Step Echo: Songs for The Broken (Canada)
- Ancient Ascendent: Patterns of Bane
- Baby Metal: ギミチョコ！！(Give Me Chocolate) (Japan)
- Fake Idols: My Favorite Game (Italy, Lifeforce)
- Anup L Sastry: Nemesis (USA)
- Collisions: We Know The Enemy (UK)
- Fury: Warrior Prayer (UK)
- Methiums: Bouyanci (Indonesia)
- Cypher16: Lonely Road (UK)
- Shadow Host: Treason (Russia)
- October File: Heroes are Welcome (UK)
- Die So Fluid: Comets (UK/USA)
- Exmortus: Warrior of The Night (Canada, Asher)
- Ayahuasca: Wolves (Canada)
- Pale Divine: Cemetery Earth (USA)
- Skarlett Riot: Rock N Roll Queen (UK)
- Crashdollz: Dollhouse (USA)
- Ghost of War: We’re an American Band (USA)
"Shred The Track [produced for passion2moves's Shred The Deck]" - without.directive; Geeknotes: See Tegan and Sara Backstage, Beau Barry Jazz Quartet, YOU'RE GOING TO DIE: Poetry, Prose & Everything Goes...; Open Mic Stage: "New Beginning" - Dubarray, "My Friend" - James Elvidge, "Bana Her Yol Paris Hilton (Paris Hilton to me Every Way)" - Sehabe, "Endless Reel (live)" - Geodesik, "The Garden" - the silk demise, "Summer Happy" - Elonious; Map Room: Scientists unlock the future of beer, Scientists discover mechanism that could regrow damaged nerves, New water desalination technology makes ocean water drinkable; Venue Verite: Not This Week...; Music Bed: "Morning Murmur" track from Coffivity.com
Picture: Die So Fluid
- Polar: Vipers (UK)
- Die So Fluid: Comets (UK)
- Zaius: Exordium (Chicago, USA)
- Betrayed by Weakness: Institution (USA)
- Ayahuasca: Hopelessly Insame and On Fire (Canada)
- The Fury: In To The Dark (UK)
- Ghost of War: Falling into Eternity (Penssylvania, USA)
- Shokran: the New Battalions (Russia)
- Oceans Apart: Break The Cycle (Wales)
- The Liberty Underground: Pro Anti-War (Texas, USA)
- Exmortus: Warrior of the Night (Canada)
- Jupiter Zeus: I Am (Australia)
- Requiem for Oblivion: Tortured (USA)
- Only I: May Dance (Australia)
- Plini: Orm (Scotland)
- Exist Immortal: Legions (London, UK)
- Klogr: Zero Tolerance (Italy)
- Coldwar: Abandonment of Being (Candlelight Records, Ireland)
- Loath: Xeroxed (Inverse Records, Finland)
- Tricore: Xhibish (UK)
- Helmsplitter: Tyrants for Blood (Illinois, USA)
- Vredehammer: We Are The Sacrifice (Indie Recordings, Norway)
- Riot Club: Pearls before Swine (Finland)