Hello all, an odd rambling show this week but the music is great with Come The Spring – 24, The Bombs – Howl, Little Brother Eli - Dreams, The Travis Waltons – Homewrecker, Emily Wolfe – Swoon, Nick Tann – Don’t (demo) taken form the album “Notes in the margin” available from my Music Glue site https://www.musicglue.com/nick-tann/
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The second podcast of the week! I’m not totally convinced I’ve got this thirty minute podcast thing sorted out – it feels so weird. It’s also a bit strange because it’s the second podcast using my DIY standing podcasting station – which is basically a collection of boxes stacked randomly. At any point the show may abruptly end because I’ve knocked something over in some sort of podcast jenga.
Anyway, music-wise we kick off with a remix of Wozniak’s Five Star, a new track from Brooklyn’s Arm Candy, and a whole loads more besides.
1. Wozniak – “Five Star (in violet remix)” (Played courtesy of Wozniak)
2. Arm Candy – “Lounge Lizard” (Played courtesy of Arm Candy, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. shores – “litany” (Played courtesy of shores)
4. FEATURE – “Tourism Fiction” (Played courtesy of FEATURE)
5. Trust fund – “Pay each other back” (Played courtesy of Trust fund, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. RED HEAT – “DYNASTY” (Played courtesy of Steak and Cake Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #195
- Kaiju: Older Than Failure (Kansas, USA)
- Seven Year Storm :Virtue (Vancouver, Canada, Asher)
- Velocirapture: Paleogene (from “Palaeogene”, Florida, USA)
- Vital Signs: Dear Death (from “Smoke and Mirrors”, Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Dehuman: Temple of Lust and Fire (from “Graveyard of Eden”, Brussels, Belgium)
- Frosthelm: Storm of Teeth (from “Endless Winter:”, North Dakota, USA, Black Work, Clawhammer)
- Tacit Fury: Lacerated, Strangled…… (Russia)
- Silence the Aria: The Loss (Portland, Oregon, USA)
- Edge of Haze: Into the Red… (Espoo, Finland)
- Amber Sea: Shinigami (from “Infantile Vision”, Famined Records, Lille, France, Persistent Heart)
- Hacavitz: Terra Nihil (from “Darkness Beyond”, Mexico, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Unhold: Containing The Tyrant (from “Towering”, Switzerland, Czars of Cricket)
- Gravil: Beyond Reprieve (from “Thoughts of A Rising Sun”, London, UK)
- Burweed: Swallow (from “Hide”, Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Conceived by Hate: Hypocritical Sense of Ego (from “Coalition of Death”, El Salvador, Morbid Skull Records, Clawhammer)
- Gian: Zombiechrist (from “All Life Erased”, Äänekoski, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Ashes in Vein: Ashes in Vein (from “Ashes in Vein”, Kansas)
- Synodik: The Perceived Wisdom (from “A Matter of Perception”, Genoa, Italy, Imminence Records, Persistent Heart)
- Akheron: Where Eagles Dare (Misfits Cover)(from “Coalition of Death”, Bogotá D.C, Morbid Skull Records, Clawhammer)
Londoners – Fallen to Flux – have just issued their brand new four song EP “From the Outside, Looking In” on January 20th, with the self-titled track as today’s feature. The group is a four-piece hard rock band fronted by lead singer and guitarist Oli Clipsham; Guitarist Bjorn Gugu, bassist Luke Walley and drummer Chris Trem providing the backline.
The music is a excellent fusion of contemporary heavy metal styles – strongly influenced by the likes of Bullet for my Valentine, Avenged Sevenfold and Killswitch Engage. In addition to the featured single, we’ve also added the new video for the track ‘Disenchanted’ further below, so be sure to check it out!Download From the Outside, Looking In HypeMachine
Today’s Dose is from an earlier album called Soundscapes, listen to it at his SoundCloud page below.
The band Whisky Barrel Rocker joins us in the studio for a few live tunes and a chat, and you’ll hear some great new music, we’ll tell you where to vote for The Justin Wayne Show Birthday Best Song of the Year, and other things as well!The Playlist Title Album Artist Tomorrow Tomorrow Ted Z and the Wranglers No Future Sanatorium: Freedom! The Royal Blasphemy Life in the Mirror Life in the Mirror The Company Follow You Down Follow You Down Cajsa Siik Sister Speak-Mirror (II) Rise Up For Love Sister Speak Tropical Heights (radio edit) Kole Lyra Kole Lyra Cha cha bang We Could Be Scenery Van Susans Black Flag Black Flag It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! Hanging Who Do You – EP Little Brother Eli Torture Garden Always Follow Your Heart Mark Hole Synthesising (demo) Free Download Elle Exxe Grey’s Not Easy Within the Shifting Shade Bekah Kelso Keep It Easy November Sky EP Rust on the Rails Irritated Shadow Irritated Shadow Wily Bo Walker & Amir Ben-Haim Interview with Whisky Barrel Rocker Sarah Preston Live at The Workshop Whisky Barrel Rocker Shoelace Live at The Workshop Whisky Barrel Rocker Everything is Haunted Everything Is Haunted Laura Marie Lonely Pigeon B-sides Tom Rosenthal Dead Bird B-sides Tom Rosenthal Titty Bingo / Boogaloo Blues Live At Pedernales Titty Bingo Happy Birthday (Dear Human) Tom Rosenthal 2014 Tom Rosenthal Swoon Roulette Emily Wolfe
See you next week for The Birthday Best!
~JW and CR
Ahahahah. I’m already regretting this two podcasts a week lark and I haven’t even started the first one. Hopefully you didn’t listen live, and instead went to see Deerhoof in Glasgow. In a spectacular babysitting fail I’m unable to go and see one of my favourite ever bands. Organisational disaster.
Never mind, there’s a packed musically eclectic podcast for you today including multiple tracks from Olympia’s G.L.O.S.S from the release of the week!
1. G.L.O.S.S. – “G.L.O.S.S. (We’re From The Future)” (Played courtesy of G.L.O.S.S., Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Deerhoof – “We Do Parties” (Played courtesy of Polyvinyl Records)
3. Gleemer – “Party Girls” (Played courtesy of Gleemer)
4. Split Visions – “All Day Long” (Played courtesy of Split Visions)
5. G.L.O.S.S. – “Masculine Artifice” (Played courtesy of G.L.O.S.S., Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. The Ropes – “Love Is A Chain Store” (Played courtesy of Discos de Kirlian)
7. G.L.O.S.S. – “Outcast Stomp” (Played courtesy of G.L.O.S.S., Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #194
IR favorites via Madison Wisconsin – Lorenzo’s Music – are back with a brand new solid track, “I Never Wanted to Say”, recently released to the masses in the past couple of months. We are excited to hear the sax is still quite intact here, making its appearance quite often throughout this infectious song. My first impression came from the underlying guitar groove, reminding me a bit of a SD favorites Pinback at moments, which I can never get enough of.
I think the band best describes the current feel of the music they are currently releasing with the following clip from one of their social sites: “…with each release it’s progressed from the previous sound and continues to grow. Which can be good or bad depending on your own tastes. But it always comes down to the songs. Being exactly who you are and not apologizing. It’s like a trip to a place where nothing else matters but exactly what we feel is right that very minute.”
Be sure to check out their video below for the single “Picture It All” if you haven’t yet had the pleasure.
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.Download I Never Wanted to Say HypeMachine
Hosted this week by Dave & Caroline Lee of The Bugcast
They play catchy riffs and harmonies over raw non-computerized music.
Today’s Dose is from their recently released EP Part 2.
Craig Holtom – Lead Vocals/Guitar
Damien Beale – Lead Guitar/Vocals
Steve Bernard – Bass
Murry Burnett – Drumset
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Double award-winning Liverpool Acoustic Live celebrates its sixth birthday with three top vocal, piano and guitar talents at Mathew Street’s View Two Gallery this coming Friday 27th February 2015.The Voice
Headlining the show is everyone’s favourite Berlin-born, London-based singer-songwriter Roxanne de Bastion. No stranger to Liverpool (she appeared on Dave Monks’ show last year – listen here), Roxanne, who BBC 6 Music’s Tom Whalley described as having “one of the most perfect voices I’ve ever heard“, is celebrating the release of her latest EP Seeing You, produced by double BBC Folk Award nominee Ben Walker.
Supporting Roxanne will be Jez Wing, Echo & the Bunnymen keyboard player, and member of Cousin Jac. Jez will treating us to a rare solo performance as he shares some of his own songs whilst putting the View Two Gallery’s grand piano to good use in this intimate venue. Last year Jez was featured on BBC Radio Merseyside’s Folkscene (listen here) talking about his musical career and his forthcoming album with Cousin Jac.
Completing the lineup is local musician and guitar tutor Jo Bywater who won the Judges’ Award at the 2014 Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge with her song Riches To Rags. Jo, who has been compared with Janis Joplin and Ani Difranco, recently performed at both the Great Britain Rhythm & Blues Festival and the Great British Rock and Blues Festival.
- Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live’s 6th birthday featuring Roxanne de Bastion [London], Jez Wing [Echo & the Bunnymen, Cousin Jac], and Jo Bywater [Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge 2014 Judges’ Award Winner]
- Date: Friday 27th February 2015
- Times: Doors 7.45pm, start 8.15pm, finish 10.45pm
- Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool
- Tickets: £5.50 advance from wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
or £6 on the door
- The facebook event can be found here
- Details of all Liverpool Acoustic music events can be found at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/live
- For press enquiries & guestlist email email@example.com
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 126
To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 126 to download for free.
ROXANNE DE BASTION
Roxanne de Bastion was born in Berlin and grew up both in England and Germany until she set out on her own, leaving Berlin for London, equipped only with her guitar and a one-way ticket. The young troubadour tours throughout the UK, mainland Europe and the United States, all on trains and busses. She self-released her debut album The Real Thing, produced by Gordon Raphael (The Strokes / Regina Spektor) in 2013 and has since then been championed by Tom Robinson on BBC6, John Kennedy on XFM, Ruth Barnes on Amazing Radio, as well as MTV and Radio Eins in Germany. With Seeing You, Roxanne de Bastion continues to forge her own style and a unique approach to a classic musical genre.
Musically, Roxanne’s compositions are routed in the music of the 1960’s, but the tone of voice is very much her own and the stories told are expressed in a way that could only be now. Her lyrics range from introspective journeys in Seeing You and Same Moon, through to observations on instant gratification and repetition (Rerun) and the tearing down of the East Side Gallery in Berlin, Roxanne’s town of birth (Wasteland).
“recalls moments of Martha Wainwright and Joni Mitchell”
“If you ever get a chance to go see her live – definitely do!”
– BBC Introducing
“One of the most perfect voices I’ve ever heard.”
– Tom Whalley, BBC 6 Music
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/l0MakOHNq8Y – Here’s the video for Seeing You, the title track from Roxanne’s current EP.
Cousin Jac is the project of songwriter Jez Wing. Performing solo, and featuring songs from debut album Believe Me To Remain as well as new material, the Echo & The Bunnymen keyboard player and previous BBC Young Folk Award winner drew from his Cornish folk roots and pop songwriting to produce Believe Me To Remain at the end of 2014. Recorded at Mello Mello Studios in Liverpool, whole grain church organ pop meets progressive bluegrass/folk on this journey of autofiction, ancestry and seafaring on the shores of the Atlantic. Jez has been showcasing the new album with a full band as well as performing solo, recently supporting Paper Aeroplanes on their UK Tour. The album is launched in Liverpool on 1st May 2015.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/Mwp6ATVn5GI – Here’s Jez Wing performing with his solo project Cousin Jac live a the Kazimier.
Jo Bywater’s latest EP, Chasing Tales has been described as “delicious, laid back folk-tinged Americana” and “unorthodox, uncompromising, simply brilliant”. Over the last few years she has been establishing her place in Blues, Americana, Folk and Roots music with sessions and airplay including BBC6 and Introducing and festivals including The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival and The Great British Rock & Blues Festival. She has been compared to Janis Joplin, Alanis Morrissette and Ani Difranco.
In January 2014 Chasing Tales was voted winner of FATEA Awards Best EP/Mini Album/Single of 2013.
In November 2014 Jo won the Judges’ Award for her song Riches to Rags at the Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge.
Jo is currently writing new material, collaborating with various artists and performing in the UK.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/RQGKGsnakEE – Featuring Andy Jones on electric guitar, here’s Chopping Wood from Jo’s Chasing Tales EP.
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by joining their mailing lists, liking their facebook pages, following them on twitter, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music is King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water.
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We featured ‘Call Out My Name’ in December.
“tiny cuts is the collaboration between filmmaker AJ and music producer Gavin Bushell. Based in Wales, they create original tunes across a range of genres, including rock, pop, folk and indie.” [bio]
1. Maria Bettencourt – No Chip In My Brain (Praia da Vitória, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Soundcloud
2. The Black Wizards – Back In the Town (Porto, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3. Old Yellow Jack - I Found Oil (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
4. Vitorino Voador – Venha Ele (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Electric Youth – Runaway (Toronto, Canadá)
6. Kingslynn – Young Bride (Miami, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Noisetrade
7. About to Wake – Leave The Light On (Funchal, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Soundcloud
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
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)