What a day. Today was the day I tried (and loved using) a standing desk. I know, I’m about two years too late to this fad, but now, as I sit (SIT!) at my normally podcasting console I wish I had a standing desk for that too. That said, I’m a bit shattered. I guess standing up for most of the day probably contributed to that somewhat. In fact, I’m really looking forward to lying down.
On the podcast I talk at moderate length about standing desks, porridge (yep) and poo filled soft play areas. If only I’d stuck by my promise last week not to talk much.
1. This Heel – “Mars About To Leave” (Played courtesy of This Heel, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Arsenic! – “Knowledge Is Porridge” (Played courtesy of Arsenic, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. POWERXCHUCK – “Urban Mayhem (Tarp Surf)” (Played courtesy of PowerXChunk, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Lucy Cait – “Say Aye” (Played courtesy of Folkroom Presents, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Nodding by the Fire – “Nothing gold can stay” (Played courtesy of Nodding by the Fire, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Bulldog Skin – “Wet Coast” (Played courtesy of Bulldown Skin, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Albino Father – “WTTV” (Played courtesy of Albino Father, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Le Thug – “Outer Hebridean” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
9. Uniform Motion – “No Fun” (Played courtesy of Uniform Motion, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
10. Laundry League – “Slown” (Played courtesy of Laundry League, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #192
- Bitch Queens: Kill Your Friends (from “Kill Your Friends”, Basel, Switzerland)
- Valerian Swing: Spazio ( from “AURORA”, Italy, Small Pond Records)
- Joffel Project: Addicted (Helsinki, Finland)
- Caelestia: Mi Ultima Vida (from “Beneath Abyss”, Athens, Greece, Inverse Records)
- The Sanity Days: Satan’s Blood (from “Evil Beyond Belief”, USA, Candlelight Records) 23rd Feb
- Solefald: The Germanic Entity (from “World Metal, Kosmopolis Sud”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Steak Number Eight: The Sea is Dying (from “The Hutch”, Belgium) Touring with Prong in April
- Peur: Hollow Skies (from “Hollow Skies”, Manchester, UK, Bluesoap)
- Ash is a Robot: Sleep Paralysis (from “Sympathetic Vibration”, Portugal, Intune) Touring and of Feb UK
- Gehenna: Unravel (from “Unravel”, Stravanger, Norway, Indie Recordings) Touring this spring
- Cry Excess: The Public Enemy (from “Ambition is The Sh**”, Turin, Italy, Luxor Records, Persistent Heart)
- The Damned: Smash it Up (from “Another Live Album from The Damned”, UK, Southworld Records, Candlelight)
- Them County Bastardz: It’s Not Metal (from “Sick Daze”, USA, Asher)
- Jacob Messianic: Tied by The Hand (from “The Beginning”, Manchester, UK, CoffeeJingle Records)
- Lay Siege: Hollow Hands (from “hopeisnowhere”, Northampton, UK)
- Ade: The Endless Runaway (Rome. Italy)
- Bad Salad: Deep Roots (from “Puzzled”, Brazil)
- Orgasmic Victim: Clumps of Cat Masturbation (from “Pain of Ass Drilling”, Russia)
- Storms of Aeolus: Energy (Austria)
- Unearth The Kings: Night Hero (from “And Yet it Moves”, Tenbury Wells, UK)
- Seven Year Storm: Blue Car Syndrome (from “Aion I”, Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
Bay Area (Northern California) residents Karmen Kimball and Alex Lasner fortuitously met at a party on December 21st, 2012, the day the Mayan calendar had predicted the world was to end. That night, they struck up a conversation about their mutual love for Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music, and realized they had both gone to the same elementary school, years before. They got engaged a few weeks later and, since then, they’ve been in the studio working on a batch of singles they plan to release over the course of 2015.
Hammers See Nails was just released a few short days back in February and is a slow-driving beautiful piece that gets in your head-space and pays off in spades throughout the course of the song, opening up and soaring at just the right moments. Be sure to bookmark at least one of their sites below as you will no doubt be hearing several more of the same high caliber releases in the coming months.Download Hammers See Nails HypeMachine
That’s right, we’ve nominated the top 20 songs played on The Justin Wayne Show last year for you to help us choose the top song of the year. You’ll hear a few of the songs from the top 20 as well as a few who didn’t quite make it.
Remember, the total audience voting will account for 1/3 of the final vote, so each vote you cast is worth quite a bit, indeed!
And the voting is LIVE for The Justin Wayne Show’s Birthday Best of 2014. You can also vote below.
Then, join us live on March 2nd at 12pm PST (the time in your timezone) for The Justin Wayne Show Birthday Best Awards when we’ll reveal the winners, listen to some great tracks and just have a great time.The Nominees for Best Song of the Year
The podcast above plays the tracks pretty much in the order you see below. Email us if you have any questions and you want to make sure you’re voting for the right person.
Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll.
Get voting and we’ll see you next week!
~JW and CR
The band’s sound has evolved since we featured them in 2013 and they now have three lead vocalists.
Brisbane Australia based singer-songwriter Angharad Drake (ang-ha-rad) combines gentle folk melodies with insightful lyrics, reminiscent of artists like Laura Marling and Joni Mitchell. Originally hailing from the Sunshine Coast, she has built a solid following through regular performances in and around Brisbane and at more regional festivals such as Woodford Folk Festival.
Angharad Drake has been influenced by the musical stylings of artists such as The Tallest Man on Earth and Emma Louise and 2014 marked the release of her third EP ‘Swing’, a collection of songs inspired by her various travels and experiences. The songs reflect on the relationships of friends and the changes experienced throughout life, taking the listener on a melodic journey through the eb and flow of life.
We hope you enjoy this truly incredible piece and take a listen to some of the additional excellent tracks she’s offered up at her Soundcloud and Bandcamp pages below. We’ve also embedded one of her newest videos below, for the song ‘Meddling’.Download Swing HypeMachine
“Igneous Grimm is a psychedelic folk rock band from North Texas. Formed in 2009, Igneous Grimm currently consists of Ryan Elmore, Jody Elmore, Zach Stevens, Roby Scott, Ben Hance and Riley Pennock.” [web site bio]
Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
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1. Thunder & Co. – Apples (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: NOS Discos
2. The Crisis Project – Not Again (Bristol, Inglaterra)
3. Sigmafly – Similar Self (Manchester, Inglaterra)
4. Actraiser – Phantomile (Bristol, Inglaterra)
5. AGC Asquire – Montage Music (Riga, Lituânia)
6. Swoon – Fever Poem (Londres, Inglaterra)
7. Old Yellow Jack - The Man Who Knew Too Much (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
This Birmingham UK based band is one to watch for in 2015 as they have just signed a Record deal with “Streets Music” productions to release their new album “Synchronise Your Leaders” along with a music video single “Lullaby” in next few months.
Growing up on the Isle of Mull, Sorren began playing in bands from age 11. He recorded his debut album, Island, with Colin MacIntyre of Mull Historical Society, which led on to Idlewild singer Roddy Woomble inviting Sorren to co-write his second solo album, The Impossible Song and Other Songs, and they’ve been working together ever since.
As well as playing and touring with a few local groups, Sorren also produces albums and works and records with a composer for soundtracks to a few different television shows. Sorren’s talent has seen him transcend his own musical projects, having performed on over 20 albums, including upcoming releases from Nashville singer Eliza Lynn and one of Scotlands finest exports, King Creosote whom he is supporting currently on tour.
[via A Badge of Friendship]Download Rows & Rows of Boxes (acoustic) HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: we talk about mobile messaging, cover versions, and we play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Kingston Blues – Love Junkie – from San Fernando, Spain – source
- Builders – A Place – from Thousand Oaks, CA – source
- Franklin’s Paint – Till The Morning – from Tomsk, Russia – source
- JekK – Day Free – from Paris, France – source
- Mammoths At Bay – Jeff Notaro-Hearmeon – from Zurich, Switzerland – source
- Hobotwang – Sweet Illusion – from Regensburg, Germany – source
- Ashley – Fuera De Control – from Santiago, Dominican Republic – source
- Nude – Strife – from Paris, France – source
The Guardian: US Cover Versions copyright officeAnnouncements
- Podcast Awards 2015 – nominations are open until Friday 6 February!
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- The clock is ticking for you to submit your choices for episode 350, which will be recorded live on Friday 27 February, let us know what your favourite tracks are from episode 303 to now!
Suggest or contact us by Friday 20 February!
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 348, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 13 January 2015 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).
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Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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It has been a few months since The Woodlands released their album Gems And Bones (we featured the title track in July 2014), and now Samuel + Hannah have released a new EP called Secret Language.
They say of it: “Secret Language is essentially a love album — dreams of wanting love, exhilaration of finding love, despair of losing love. A secret language instinctively known, wistful in its shimmering, and elusive in its capture.
“Built on a foundation of acoustic warmth, the songs also have a smattering of vintage synths, surprising percussion, guy/girl harmonies, and even a cameo appearance by this beast of a musical time machine on the song Beating Hearts Ablaze.” [see picture below]
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The Musical Time Machine
Watch out, another Rathole Radio is on the loose. The 139th instalment of the worst murder mystery ever, nobody’s even died yet! But seriously, it’s another episode packed with music, musings and anything else I could find in the studio. Hope you enjoy it
10:21 – More Or Les – Saltines – (feat. Timbuktu, Chokeules and the Wordburglar) [Cosmo Remix] – All Rights Reserved
14:18 – Greg Baumont – The Blue Star – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed
33:11 – T-Bird & The Breaks – Will To Live – All Rights Reserved – The second track from their new album Harmonism, sadly it seems they’ve stopped releasing under Creative Commons. Hear the band discuss their reasoning on Rynothebearded’s recent OO Show.
36:05 – Exitland - Sleep My Child – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
43:45 – I Am Not Left-Handed – Spark – CC BY-NC-SA Licensed
BIG THANKS to Tim Gibbon and Evgeny Kuznetsov for donating via Paypal to support the show. Also thanks to everyone who continues to click the Flattr buttons on the various episodes, you keep this show going!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 Feb 15th 2015 @ 9pm UK
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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Rathole Radio by Dan Lynch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
It’s the first rambling podcast of the year… and I’m not ready for it. Firstly I couldn’t even find the cables that would allow me to broadcast live. And secondly I had at least four, maybe five, abortive attempts at starting the show. We got there in the end though.
I also have a new years resolution – if I don’t have anything interesting to say I’m just going to play some music. How did I get on so far? You decide.
1. Sei Yamamoto – “Wild Cat Stomp [Mono Mix]“ (Played courtesy of Sei Yamamoto, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Deerhoof – “Exit Only” (Played courtesy of Polyvinyl Records)
3. ANANA SOUND – “C’mon Tigre – Fédération Tunisienne De Football” (Played courtesy of Anana Sound, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. The Son(s) – “On The Forth We Float” (Played courtesy of Olive Grove Records)
5. Sweethearts of The Prison Rodeo – “Vulture People” (Played courtesy of Sweethearts of The Prison Rodeo)
6. Gleemer – “Workout” (Played courtesy of Gleemer)
7. H. Grimace – “Imogen” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
8. Le Thug – “Basketball Land” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #191
- Gurd: Go For It (from “Fake”, Switzerland, Czar of Crickets)
- Free Ride: Hellride (Direct, Finland)
- Bio-cancer: Bulletproof (from “Tormenting The Innocent”, Greece, Candlelight)
- Bitch Queens: Bullseye Baby (from “Kill Your Friends”, Basel, Switzerland)
- Tripod: Devil Feeder (from “Devil Feeder”, Norway)
- Lykaion: Animals (from “Heavy Lullabies”, Rome, Italy)
- As Animal Eat My Insides: Swag in The Bag (from “Devoured”, Georgia, USA)
- Valerian Swing: Cancer Minor ( from “AURORA”, Italy, Small Pond Records)
- Vanity Draws Blood: Fractured (London, UK, Erin Large)
- Joffel Project: Back on the Road (Helsinki, Finland)
- Siegebreaker: Cold Black Eye (Single Release, Canada)
- Caelestia: Secret Rite (from “Beneath Abyss”, Athens, Greece, Inverse Records)
- Slaughter to Prevail: Crowned and Conquered (Russia, Deadlier)
- Putrid Offal: Premature Necropsy (from “Mature Necropsy”, Douchy-les-Mines, France, Kaotoxin Records, Clawhammer)
- Kolony: Monopoly (from “Sledge”, Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- In this Moment: Sick Like Me (from “Black Widow”, USA, Century Media)
- Solefald: Bububu Bad Beuys (from “World Metal, Kosmopolis Sud”, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Ire Wolves: The Ascetic (from “The Ascetic”, Duluth, Montana, USA)
- Unrest: Drown (from “Grindcore”, NYC, USA, Unspeakable Axe Records, Clawhammer)
- Lay Siege: The Illusion of Choice (from “hopeisnowhere”, Northampton, UK)
- Seven Year Storm: Dyatlov (from “Aion I”, Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
- Their Dogs were Astronauts: Chapajuby (from “Earthkeeper”, Salzburg, Austria)
- Khaelys: A Thousand Things (from “Across the Ages”, Strasbourg, France)
This will keep you warm some hot tunes including a track from me that is just screaming out for collaborators SCREAMING! If you want to add a musical contribution you can listen to and download CRAZY on my Soundcloud page by clicking HERE
On with the rest of the show… First was Iris a good no nonsense guitar rock bacd doing what they should with a track called Candle. Mickey Carroll is the kind of guy you invite to dinner who turns up wearing spats and spend the evening winking at your wife! He is also a great blues musician with his own show on Youtube. His new track Slowtrain is just sublime.
Jumble Hole Clough – Cocoa Palace Keeper is like the kind of dream you have after taking prescription drugs, glorious! My Monthly Date – 21st what the Beasty Boys would have sounded like if they grew up in Guildford, easily listenable and instantly likeable. Old House Playground – Stardance Nick Drake channels Elvis singing to a Tarentino film score powerful and addictive!
I also posted this new video on the youtubes if you fancy it
It’s nice to hear another good new band bust out some tight ska and reggae-infused rock, especially when it comes from the nearby Arizona scene. The Hourglass Cats (THC) are from Phoenix, AZ and formed there not too long ago in 2012, apparently with members from all over the place: Germany, NY, CA, and of course Arizona. The group has already made quite an impact in that time-frame with their high energy act, sharing the stage with established groups such as Allen Stone, Slightly Stoopid, Dispatch, Thievery Corporation, Passion Pit and more.
They sent over a few tracks and apparently have created their own unique sound, spanning all the way from desert-driven rock to latin inspired ska/reggae and even Hip Hop. We’ve embedded a great video for an earlier release below from their YouTube page which we think you’ll like. We recommend bookmarking the social sites below for the latest news and to hit up Bandcamp or Soundcloud for all the newest sounds being put out.Download Too Damn Rude HypeMachine