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the bugcast 302 – Moo’s Tunes

The Bugcast - Sat, 02/22/2014 - 02:00

thebugcast302This week on The Bugcast: we celebrate our 302nd episode with Caroline’s choice of tracks from the last 2 years!

Songs played

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

Topics

The live show goes back to 21:00 UK time (UTC) from next week!

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

Podcasts mentioned

Association of Music Podcasting

Next week

The next show will be episode 303, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 28 February 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 (formerly Butterflies 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 #355

Sundown Lounge - Fri, 02/21/2014 - 20:25
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"Close but Far" - 2Face; Geeknotes: Elizabeth Marino @ "the Cafe Gallery," Bill Yarrow @ AWP Bookfair, "A HOME BRINGING FOR AMIRI"; Open Mic Stage: Australia's record-breaking summer helped push average global - Greenshack Dotinfo, "Mexican Roadtrip" - Glitter Canyon, "Fencing" - Ben Rogers' Instrumental Asylum, "Middle Names" - CERES, 2013 was hottest year on record in Australia - NewsBBCInternational, "May 24 " - Trophy Eyes, "Just is Justice" - Sam Wylde, "Black Light ft. Elyse Beer" - Victor Y, "Christopher Walken Fan Club" - Undercast, A MESSAGE FROM THE PRIME MINISTER - DROUGHT AFFECTED REGIONAL AUSTRALIA - Tony Abbott, "Really Do It Ft. Greta Stanley" - Savo; Map Room: Instant skin graft spray gun offers new treatment for burn victims, New 3D printed materials lighter than water and as strong as steel; Venue Verite: Climate Change Skeptic Does 180 On Global Warming1766 - Jayna Agurs; Music Bed: Sounds from "Sights and Sounds of an Australian Beach" - SHELLAH59

Everyone Is Dirty: Dirtbag Side-Effect

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 02/21/2014 - 12:41

Everyone Is DirtyEveryone Is Dirty just released their second single and video on Breakup Records via BandCamp on February 14th. Dirtbag Side-Effect, the band’s sophomore single, is accompanied by another killer video, which was filmed entirely on iPhones. Their full-length album will be out in April. [via Breakup Records]

Main Site | Facebook | Twitter | BandCamp

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Insomnia Radio #183

Insomnia Radio - Fri, 02/21/2014 - 12:29

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A new episode of Insomnia Radio, with bands from USA, UK, Australia and Israel. A relaunch. We’ll probably be producing this Podcast more often now.

TRT: 55:50

Rating: Work Safe

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Insomnia Radio: Main Show – Relaunch

Insomnia Radio: Portugal - Thu, 02/20/2014 - 20:21

ClockHi everyone.

Just a quick update on what we’re planning for the Main Insomnia Radio Show

The Daily Dose has been going from strength to strength over the four and a half years since we decided to make it truly Daily in April 2008. Well over 2,000 free MP3 downloads since then. But the Dose doesn’t allow us to feature all the great independent music we are sent, which deserves to be heard.

So. We’ve decided to relaunch the Main Show, starting now. The format will be familiar, featuring great independent bands from around the world. But because of where we receive music from most, probably an emphasis on US and UK bands.

It is likely that we won’t be following a strict timetable, we’ll put out a show when we have about an hour of great music sent to us, rather than ‘every Wednesday’ for example.

Please join us for IR: 183, coming very soon.

To keep in touch, head to insomniaradio.net/subscribe.

Insomnia Radio: Main Show – Relaunch

Insomnia Radio:UK - Thu, 02/20/2014 - 20:21

ClockHi everyone.

Just a quick update on what we’re planning for the Main Insomnia Radio Show

The Daily Dose has been going from strength to strength over the four and a half years since we decided to make it truly Daily in April 2008. Well over 2,000 free MP3 downloads since then. But the Dose doesn’t allow us to feature all the great independent music we are sent, which deserves to be heard.

So. We’ve decided to relaunch the Main Show, starting now. The format will be familiar, featuring great independent bands from around the world. But because of where we receive music from most, probably an emphasis on US and UK bands.

It is likely that we won’t be following a strict timetable, we’ll put out a show when we have about an hour of great music sent to us, rather than ‘every Wednesday’ for example.

Please join us for IR: 183, coming very soon.

To keep in touch, head to insomniaradio.net/subscribe.

Insomnia Radio: Main Show – Relaunch

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 02/20/2014 - 20:21

ClockHi everyone.

Just a quick update on what we’re planning for the Main Insomnia Radio Show

The Daily Dose has been going from strength to strength over the four and a half years since we decided to make it truly Daily in April 2008. Well over 2,000 free MP3 downloads since then. But the Dose doesn’t allow us to feature all the great independent music we are sent, which deserves to be heard.

So. We’ve decided to relaunch the Main Show, starting now. The format will be familiar, featuring great independent bands from around the world. But because of where we receive music from most, probably an emphasis on US and UK bands.

It is likely that we won’t be following a strict timetable, we’ll put out a show when we have about an hour of great music sent to us, rather than ‘every Wednesday’ for example.

Please join us for IR: 183, coming very soon.

To keep in touch, head to insomniaradio.net/subscribe.

Insomnia Radio: Main Show – Relaunch

Insomnia Radio - Thu, 02/20/2014 - 20:21

ClockHi everyone.

Just a quick update on what we’re planning for the Main Insomnia Radio Show

The Daily Dose has been going from strength to strength over the four and a half years since we decided to make it truly Daily in April 2008. Well over 2,000 free MP3 downloads since then. But the Dose doesn’t allow us to feature all the great independent music we are sent, which deserves to be heard.

So. We’ve decided to relaunch the Main Show, starting now. The format will be familiar, featuring great independent bands from around the world. But because of where we receive music from most, probably an emphasis on US and UK bands.

It is likely that we won’t be following a strict timetable, we’ll put out a show when we have about an hour of great music sent to us, rather than ‘every Wednesday’ for example.

Please join us for IR: 183, coming very soon.

To keep in touch, head to insomniaradio.net/subscribe.

Blonde Summer: High Times

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 02/20/2014 - 12:00

Blonde SummerHigh Times is the third EP from Los Angeles indie group Blonde Summer. Continuing with the warm and bright slacker-pop sound, singer Chris Pope delivers stories of deadbeat burnouts, and tattered 90’s beach rats. Recorded at the Ship studio with Aaron Espinoza, live tracking sessions captured the band’s adventurous and spontaneous vibe. [Via Banter MM]

Official Site | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

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SnC 405 – After the storm

Suffolk And Cool - Wed, 02/19/2014 - 18:30
The Backyard Band brings us a pure excitement from Germany.

The Backyard Band brings us a pure excitement from Germany.

More variety than you can shake a stick at this week with tracks from France, New York, The Maldives, Germany and Texas. We’ve news of a festival that punctures the “grandness” of South By South West, a couple of items of tour information and an appeal from a fabulous young band for opportunities to play in the UK.

 

ProleteRApril Showers – ProleteR (Toulouse, France)

A hugely popular track from ProleteR’s Curses From Past Times EP.

“Curses from past times” belongs to the tradition of Hip-Hop sample based music. It is a combination between heavy hip-hop beats and jazz/Charleston samples, spiced with guitar arrangements and smooth piece of synth.”

released 20 November 2011

All beats produced and mixed by ProleteR

Scratches by DJ Crabees

www.jamendo.com/en/artist/440512/proleter

soundcloud.com/proleter-beatmaker‎

proleter.bandcamp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ProleteR.beats‎

@ProleteRbeats

 

Ian C BourasThe Clues are in the Dialogue – Ian C Bouras (New York, NY)

Guitarist/producer Ian C. Bouras, best known for his work with NYC Rock/Reggae band AñaVañA, has  his third solo CD entitled The Certainty Of Being Found on SDMP Records.

The Certainty Of Being Found is an instrumental CD that finds Ian experimenting further with the mix of dub reggae with spanish and classical guitars. There are also 6 guitar interludes, which clearly show the emotion that Ian puts into his music. It has Ian producing, playing guitar, keys, melodica, and mixing.

David Vincola on drums and percussion, and Mat Fieldes on Bass help round out the sound on “The Certainty Of Being Found”.

Ian is continuing work as an engineer on several projects and is in pre-production for his next solo offering.

www.sdmprecords.com

 

AhmedBakari – Ahmed (Maldives)

The Maldives. No more than a tiny scattering of islands tossed down in the Indian Ocean. A place for a honeymoon or the vacation of a lifetime, where the waves are warm and the sun warms the bones. But it hasn’t been a hotbed of music. At least, until now. But Ahmed Nasheed is set to put the Maldives on the musical map with his solo debut, Dhaalu Raa.

The log drums that give the islands their heartbeat provide the rhythms, a powerful, rooted base to Ahmed’s music, where the guitars of the West meld with the melodies of the East. The album Dhaalu Raa readily crosses the musical divide between East and West, where log drum and guitar, raga and rhythm all come together.

It addresses the issues of the people in the Maldives, and sung in Dhivehi, the language of the islands which means he’s still facing the old uphill battle to be heard at home. The government radio station won’t play his music, so he’s back to the days of his first band, Zero Degree Atoll, selling his CD in the tourist resorts and souvenir shops.

It readily crosses the musical divide between East and West, where log drum and guitar, raga and rhythm all come together.

Dhaalu Raa is on Asasi Records. www.asasirecords.com/

You can check it out on iTunes

 

SouthBySoWhatSouth By So What?!

The 7th Annual South By So What?! Music Festival is scheduled to take place on March 14th, 15th & 16th at QuikTrip Ballpark, just minutes from downtown Dallas! This year’s festival boasts over 100 bands from different genres including major artists such as, The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Bring Me The Horizon, Of Mice & Men, Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada, The Story So Far, Between The Buried & Me, August Burns Red, Motionless In White, We Came As Romans, and Mindless Self Indulgence. Tickets for South By So What?! start at $45 for single day and $120 for 3-Day Passes.

www.southbysowhat.com

 

WATICManners – We Are The In Crowd (Ploughkeepsie, NY, USA)

We don’t often hear well build duets these days. Here’s a great example from WATIC -  a real conversation, beautifully projected by vocalists Tay Jardine and Jordan Eckes

“Manners is a post breakup song,” says female lead Tay Jardine. “However, we played mine and Jordan’s vocal parts a bit differently than we usually do. The male vocal (Jordan) plays a strong supporting role with lines in the chorus, ‘I earned my wings teaching guys like you, to keep your mouth shut.” The bridge of the song is also one of my favorite parts – being able to leave a relationship in your past is always progress in moving forward, but leaving it in a song feels so good.”

The quintet – consisting of lead vocalist Tay Jardine, vocalist/guitarist Jordan Eckes, guitarist Cameron Hurley, bassist Mike Ferri and drummer Rob Chianelli – is back after four whirlwind years together with a determination and drive that has turned first-time listeners into diehard fans, with the aid of Jardine’s infectious attitude and spunky, quick-witted personality. She’s got the type of stage presence that drives guys crazy (in a good way) while making girls want to emulate her.

Manners is the fifth song to be released off We Are The In Crowd’s upcoming album, Weird Kids

We Are The In Crowd have been touring the UK with Neck Deep and Save Your Breath for the past couple of weeks and are back home briefly before heading out on their “Reunion Tour 2014″ with William Beckett, Set It off, State Champs and Candy Hearts.

Starting on Friday in Philadelphia, the tour takes them to New York – but via (amongst others) Toronto, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Milwaukee, Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and down through California, to Arizona, across to Texas and Florida before working their way up the east coast for their 33rd and final date in Clifton Park, New York at the beginning of April. Download a free tour sampler here.

http://wearetheincrowd.com/

www.facebook.com/wearetheincrowd

@WeAreTheInCrowd

instagram.com/wearetheincrowd

 

Backyard BandLittle Rock’n'Roller / Dead Love – The Backyard Band (Nideggen, Germany)

The band contacted SnC direct having been prompted to do so by the excellent Thomas Allan who we had on the show a bit back. What a breath of fresh air they are, remaining me of some of the very early R&B combos playing sweaty cellar bars way back.

Their list of influences include Muddy Waters, Dr. Feelgood, Elmore James, Howlin Wolf, Robert Johnson, Sonny Boy Williamson, B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Canned Heat, The Yardbirds, The Doors, The Sonics , The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Beatles, Ten Years After, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cream, John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers.

The band is:

Sebastian Kleene (Rhythm Guitar // Background Vocals)

Moritz Zergiebel (Lead Guitar // Lead Vocals // Harp)

Maximilian Kleene (Drums)

I think their energy and passion deserves a wider audience and they would love to get over to play in the UK. If you have a venue that might work for them, contact the band through their Facebook page or just drop me a note through the SnC site. It would be great to make this happen.

www.reverbnation.com/thebackyardband

www.youtube.com/user/thebackyardbandger

www.soundcloud.com/the-backyard-band

 

JordanJordan Reyne in Poland this week

Our good friend Jordan is playing a series of dates across Poland this week which might be of interest to the huge number of email addresses trying to post comments to the SnC site.

Tour dates are:

Wednesday, February 19  Łódź, Kaliska (Poland)

Thursday, February 20  WROCŁAW, Łykend (Poland)

Friday, February 21  WARSZAWA/ Warsaw, Znośna Lekkość Bytu (Poland)

Saturday, February 22 GDYNIA, Ucho (Poland)

Sunday, February 23 TORUN, Pub Pamela (Poland)

Her hectic schedule of Second Life shows will resume when she gets back.

She’s also playing live at the Whitby Gothic Weekend – Supporting New Model Army on Saturday, April 26

If you are in Poland and are genuinely trying to post a comment on the site, drop me a line direct.

http://www.jordanreyne.com

http://www.facebook.com/jordanreynemusic

http://www.twitter.com/jordanreyne

 

StoneySweet Release – Stoney (Austin, Texas)

Mark Stoney’s debut album in the UK was circulated amongst musicians until it gained intensive media attention from places such as NME the the Independent, leading to high profile tours with the Arctic Monkeys & Aqualung. Rick Rubin even flew Stoney out to LA for a private show.

Despite his growing success, Stoney, true to form, decided to relocate to Texas, following a performance at the SXSW festival. Citing a need for “sunshine and change” he set up home and studio with a small community of “quirky poet and painter friends” in an old creaky house in Austin to work on new material.

Now, Stoney is releasing “More Than Animals“, a full-length album every bit as fearlessly eclectic as his previous work, albeit more sophisticated and with an altogether darker tone.

The lead music video for “We Belonged”, directed by Jeremy Ward and James Parker, is visually stunning.

Find more tracks on Bandcamp stoney.bandcamp.com/album/more-than-animals

www.stoney.mu

www.facebook.com/stoneystuff

@Stoneystuff

 

JW Show 224: Claire, Some Music and Me

The Justin Wayne Show - Wed, 02/19/2014 - 08:01

Claire and I got down and dirty today, digging up some delicious tunes from the stacks and spinning some great new tracks from the likes of Erick BluSaints of BlissColoursAndy Muscat and plenty more.

This week’s Free Music Feature is “All About Falling In Love” by MonaLisa Twins. Grab it up! And don’t forget to listen and vote for your favourite Top 10 songs, too.

colours-fl-band-photo

Colours are from Sarasota, FL. We’re already hoping to lure them to Walla Walla (and London for Claire.)

 

The Playlist Title Album Artist Take Me Take Me Erick Blu Don’t Hide Your Love Don’t Hide Your Love Saints of Bliss Apathy March In The Dark Anyones Guess The Machine Colours Colours Factory Song – live for One Takes at Main Street Studios One Takes Roaming Herds of Buffalo Do Yourself A Favour Andy Muscat The Old Time Nook Fjokra Fjokra All About Falling In Love When We’re Together MonaLisa Twins Bad, Bad Man Travis Bowlin Travis Bowlin Shoulda Been My Lover Rock And Roll Voodoo Queen Funkyjenn Talk About Drunk Like Bible Times Dear and the Headlights Something Big Prince Charming The B Side Tonight You Belong To Me Prince Charming The B Side White Buffalo Good News Samantha Preis Long Way Down The Best I Can Be EP Bobbie Morrone Never Mind Buying Time Painted Faces Jess McAllister We Belonged More Than Animals Stoney Served Cold Single Van Susans Truck Underdog Blake Noble ft. Cody Beebe Alleyway Out Here Cody Beebe and the Crooks Perpetual Leader Underdog Blake Noble

 

See you next week with the Roaming Herds of Buffalo interview and we’ll hear from international traveler and podcaster Erk!

~JW and CR

 

RatholeRadio 120 – Feb 16th 2014

Rathole Radio - Tue, 02/18/2014 - 17:58

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Is it time for another Rathole Radio already? Yes that’s right. This instalment features 3 tracks from the new Fit & The Conniptions album, a 20lb Sounds live track, some industrial electro and even a bit of Shubert from a classical trio. You can’t say we’re predictable at Rathole towers. You can say many other things, but you can’t say that, go on try it. I dare you…

00:00 – Sam Page – Shine Your Little LightLicense Unknown

06:48 – Kris RocheBe LoveCC BY-NC-SA Licensed
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10:46 – Eggma Trio – Piano Trio No. 2 In E-Flat MajorLicense Unknown – Eric Rosenquist, Violin – Jennifer Tsai, Cello – Jeff Cobb, Piano from Classic Cat.

23:23 – Fit & The ConniptionsSleeping Beauty & The BeastCC BY-SA Licensed – From the new album Sleeping Beauty
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26:40 – Farfletched – Wookey HoleCC BY-NC-SA Licensed – From the album Working Title.

34:30 – 20lb Sounds – Bird On A Wire – CC BY-SA Licensed – A pre-release track from the upcoming album. This is a raw version, not final mix or master.
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37:23 – WhiteRoomPapillonsCC BY-SA Licensed

45:42 – Fit & The ConniptionsThe Ghost Of Emma GoldmanCC BY-SA Licensed
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47:30 – Staggered CrossingLetters To A Young GirlCC BY-ND Licensed

54:14 – Fit & The ConniptionsWhen The Penny DroppedCC BY-SA Licensed

59:40 – Jek[k]Love You Don’t GoCC BY-NC-ND Licensed

A big thanks to everyone who has clicked the Flattr button. Also a big THANK YOU to regular supporter Evgeny Kuznetsov. You can use Paypal or Flattr to help me cover the costs of the show. They aren’t massive but they do add up.

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 March 2nd 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 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.

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Is This Thing On Podcast 213

Is This Thing On Podcast - Sun, 02/16/2014 - 18:44

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Is This Thing On Podcast
Hi all and welcome to another episode of possibly the best music podcast on the planet. This week I have a hidden theme to some of the songs I play. If you spot it then you can stroke your beard  (you do HAVE a beard don’t you?) and nod knowingly to yourself. BUT did you spot all of the tracks? There were 6 that shared something in common.

Anyhoo here is this weeks playlist in no particular order.

Termite ~ Each Tic A Toc, Pose Victorious ~ Try Harder, Coast ~ The Caller, Emily Wolfe ~ Swoon, Spatial Unity (Andy Murray, Andy Pearce) ~ Dreams Come True, Paul Eastham ~ Down in the Deep, Steve Picken ~ High Hopes, Half Hour Hotel ~ War Cry, Nick Tann ~ Parallel Lines, Fit and the Conniptions ~ Bush of Thorns.

As I mentioned, I will be spending the next week or so in the studio recording y new album. If you want to get a short daily log on how it is progressing then click here to sign up to my newsletter. 

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Cowboy Cantor 206ª Emissão

Cowboy Cantor - Sun, 02/16/2014 - 11:30

1. BlondfireWaves (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)

Comprar: Amazon, iTunes

2. Belle AdairLosing My Train (Muscle Shoals, E.U.A.)

Comprar: Bandcamp

3. You Can’t Win, Charlie Brown - I Wanna Be Your Frog (Lisboa, Portugal) [artista do mês de Fevereiro]

Comprar: Pataca Discos (disco)Pataca Discos (mp3)

4. Ben McKenzie - Home (Toronto, Canadá) [artista do mês de Fevereiro]

Comprar: eMusiciTunes

5. Golden Gardens – I’ll Burn Alone (Seattle, E.U.A.)

Comprar: Bandcamp

6. Laura Groves – Easy Way Out (Londres, Inglaterra)

Comprar: Bandcamp

7. BleechMondays (Londres, Inglaterra)

Comprar: Loja oficial

 

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Roadhouse 468

The Roadhouse Podcast - Sat, 02/15/2014 - 21:59
The 468th Roadhouse is a mixed bag, something that comes as no surprise to longtime listeners of the show. Sets of piano blues, crushing blues guitar, and British blues propel the hour. Leroy Carr, Buddy Whittington, Savoy Brown, The Bluesmasters, and Joe Louis Walker lie ahead - now that’s variety. In the final show of the ninth year of The Roadhouse, it’s time to stir the big blues stew - a stew of the finest blues you’ve never heard: the 468th Roadhouse.

Cowboy Cantor Extra: Nobody’s Bizness (Lisboa, Portugal)

Cowboy Cantor - Wed, 02/12/2014 - 01:00

Entrevista com Petra Pais, vocalista dos Nobody’s Bizness.

1. Tape JunkNo Romance Without Finance (Lisboa, Portugal)

Mp3 grátis: Optimus Discos

2. Nobody’s BiznessDonkey! (Lisboa, Portugal)

 

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Cowboy Cantor 205ª Emissão: Artistas do mês de Fevereiro – You Can’t Win Charlie Brown (Lisboa, Portugal); Ben McKenzie (Toronto, Canadá)

Cowboy Cantor - Sun, 02/09/2014 - 11:30

1. You Can’t Win, Charlie Brown - Fall For You (Lisboa, Portugal) [artista do mês de Fevereiro]

Comprar: Pataca Discos (disco)Pataca Discos (mp3)

2. Nobody’s BiznessMister Simon (Lisboa, Portugal)

3. Mark MartyreFalling Down, Tonight (Toronto, Canadá)

Comprar: Loja oficial

4. Ben McKenzie - Take Her Away (Toronto, Canadá) [artista do mês de Fevereiro]

Comprar: eMusiciTunes

5. The WalliesWait For You (Sarasota, E.U.A.)

Comprar; Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp

6. O Martim - Banho Maria (Lisboa, Portugal)

Comprar: geral@azafama.com

Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp

7. The Howling TonguesGotta Be A Man (Atlanta, E.U.A.)

Comprar: Loja oficial

 

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Cowboy Cantor Extra: You Can’t Win, Charlie Brown

Cowboy Cantor - Wed, 02/05/2014 - 01:00

Entrevista com Afonso Cabral, dos You Can’t Win, Charlie Brown.

1. A ArmadaBandidos do Cais (Lisboa, Portugal)

Comprar: maildaarmada@gmail.com

2. You Can’t Win, Charlie Brown – Shout (Lisboa, Portugal)

Comprar: Pataca Discos (disco)Pataca Discos (mp3)

3. Bruno PernadasAhhhhh (Lisboa, Portugal)

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