Episode number 104 of Insomnia Radio: UK
The return of our UK show after a bit of a break
Recording Date: Sunday 07 April 2013
Rating: Work Safe
Chadwick Station – Leaving it all to you
Chadwick Station are originally from London, now living in Nashville. Their Waiting for a Sunny Day EP was recorded in Nashville and mixed at Abbey Road Studio London, and released in February. Head to their web site for a free download of one of the tracks called High and Low in return for your email address. The EP is available from BandCamp.
Bandcamp | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
Tom Slatter -The Engine That Played Through Their Honeymoon
Tom Slatter is from London and this is from his third album called Three Rows of Teeth, released in March. I’ve listened to the whole album, several times. He describes it as “steampunk and sci-fi inspired prog-rock”. Bits remind me in a way of early Genesis, especially the three part The Time Traveller Suite which is the last three tracks on the album, and is twenty minutes long. The album is available at BandCamp.
BandCamp | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
The Cult of Dom Keller – Eyes
The Cult of Dom Keller are from Nottingham, this is from their 11 track LP released on Vinyl, on Mannequin Records, a limited run of 500, and doesn’t seem to be available for download, but can be streamed from SoundCloud, just go to SoundCloud and search for Cult of Dom Keller. Its partially compiled from re-mastered and reworked versions of tracks previously included in the band’s self-released series of EPs,and it also features three unreleased recordings. Those four EPs are available from BandCamp.
BandCamp | Facebook | Twitter | MySpace
Emily Capell – My Dad’s a Smiths fan
Emily Capell is from North West London, and this is the bonus track on her EP, which is available as a free download from ReverbNation. I love this because I am a Dad and I am a bit of a Smith’s Fan. When I emailed Justin for details, in his reply he copied in Emily’s email address, and a while later I got a reply from Andy Quirk who is her manager, who runs many things as well, such as the Hits Of The Near Future podcast, and I met him at PodCrawl last year. Nice when all these things come together.
Web Site | Facebook | ReverbNation |Twitter
The Electroscopes – First into Space last down to Breakfast
The ElectroScopes are from Northampton and just released a 7″ Vinyl single called Made a Mistake on German label Firestation records at firestation-records.de. This is the B side. I can’t find many web links for them, but you can find a load of their music on SoundCloud
SoundCloud | MySpace | Firestation Records
Paradigms – The Long Way (D7 Urban Mix)
A duo from Dorset, specifically Poole & Bournemouth , who are Steve Beck and Lee Ditcher, Paradigms released their debut EP at the end of February, and this is a remix by D7 of one of the tracks. I’ve heard the original version, but actually prefer this remix. Find the EP from zimbalam.com or iTunes/Amazon
Zimbalam | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
Lunarians – The Sweetening
Lunarians formed in Bristol in 2009, and their 11 track album Lost Light Receiver was released in December and is available from BandCamp on a name your price basis
Web Site | BandCamp | Facebook
Sparrow and the Workshop – Valley of Death
From the third album Murderopolis by Glasgow-based Sparrow and the Workshop, to be released on Vinyl and CD on Song, by Toad Records in May, and also available from iTunes
Web Site | Facebook | Twitter | Song, by Toad Records
Splashh – Sun Kissed Bliss
With some members originally from Australia and New Zealand, but now based in London with some British members too, the band Splashh (with two h’s ) are releasing their new album, Comfort, out June 4th on Kanine Records in the US. They are starting a big tour of the US this week. This track is a free download available from SoundCloud and other places
Web Site | Blog | Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud
Snapped Ankles – True Ecology (Shit Everywhere)
London post-punk outfit Snapped Ankles released their debut single ‘True Ecology (Shit Everywhere)’ on Ears Have Eyes records in March. Its available from BandCamp
BandCamp | Facebook | SoundCloud
First Love, Last Rites – Young Girl
Now, I think this band might be Swedish. In fact looking at their Facebook page, they are from Umeå, in Northern Sweden. In which case we’ll treat them as Guest Artists. First Love, Last Rites (or FLLR) are signed to London based Indepenent label Heist Or Hit Records, this is a free download single from their second album Wasted Hearts being released on 15th April. You can find it on SoundCloud
Web Site | Facebook | Heist or Hit Records
Pale Man Made / Dubstar – Dog, Cat, Pony
Pale Man Made have teamed up with indie legends from the 90′s Dubstar,and are releasing a double A-side single on Pinch Records, which will be available from their web site and BandCamp. It was originally on their 2012 album Red Box Secrets on Odd Box Records
Web Site | BandCamp | Odd Box Records
Plus que 30 jours avant le déménagement ! Dans 30 jours nous serons 7 mai, mon dernier jour au bureau. Le lendemain, c’est chargement du camion et de la voiture, et en route pour la Suisse ! N’ayez pas d’inquiétude, tout est prévu sur place pour pouvoir continuer à produire Euterpia Radio ! Internet est déjà installé, donc tout va bien ! Mais nous n’y sommes pas encore, il reste 4 épisodes à publier avant d’habiter définitivement en Suisse, plus l’épisode de la semaine que voici, un peu en retard par rapport à d’habitude, je vous pries de bien vouloir m’en excuser. Mais l’important, c’est qu’il soit là, non ?
Bonne écoute et bonne semaine à tous, rendez vous dans 7 jours pour Euterpia Radio Rock !
- Rosanne Cash – Motherless Children (The List, 2009)
- Steph Barrack – Natural Progression (Words to Break Your Heart, 2013)
- Galia Social – Follow (Demos (2012), 2012)
- Alex Pardossi – Portrait D’un Humain (Libère…, 2010)
- Oliver James – Running Back To You (Chasing The Sun, 2012)
- The Postmen – December (Desert Of Joy, 2012)
- Thoola – Clutching Hands (Bed of Fallen Autumn Leaves, 2013)
- Mindil Beach Markets – Evil Genius Super Vilain (It Might Take Long [Explicit], 2013)
- Trevor Sewell – Hate me for a Reason (Calling Your Name, 2011)
- Oxford Train – Halfway (Mister Oxford Train – EP, 2012)
Introduction et fermeture musicale : Josh Woodward, Cheapskate RomanticEcouter aussi :
- Alex Pardossi dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
- Billy Obam dans Euterpia Radio 025 : Mais ou est le soleil ?!
- Galia Social dans Euterpia Radio 050 : Retour à Bordeaux
- Mindil Beach Markets dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
- Oliver James dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
- Oxford Train dans Euterpia Radio 029 : Bonne fête maman !
- Rosanne Cash dans Euterpia Radio 050 : Retour à Bordeaux
- The Postmen dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
- Thoola dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
- Trevor Sewell dans Euterpia Radio 052 : Retour du soleil
From Sydney, Australia comes the new quality single from reggae/rock and hip-hop group CROSSING RED LINES via our friends at the A&R Dept. Apparently the single dropped at the very tail end of March, and we just can’t stop playing it here at Insomnia.
Listen below and support this great independent group by paying a visit at one of several social sites below:
[via the A&R Dept]
This week, not a lot of chat as it’s been an incredibly busy week for us. But we hold to our roots to play you 8 rather cracking pieces of music.Songs played
- 00:00:50 – 2000 Miles Apart – Sweet Surrender – from Washington, MI – source
- 00:04:06 – Quasars – Electric Feelings – from Cadeo, Italy – source
- 00:09:35 – Glasgow – Buscavidas – from Santiago de Compostela, Spain – source
- 00:22:18 – Quietly Concerned – All You Know – from Johannesberg, South Africa – source
- 00:27:04 – John Russell Band – From My Hands – from Peterborough, UK – source
- 00:36:01 – One Night Band – Skippin’ Over The Ocean – from Piacenza, Italy – source
- 00:40:18 – Studebaker’s Blacksmith Shop – Type Of Guy – from Germany – source
- 00:48:59 – Down to Nine – Big City Cowboy – from Berlin, Germany – source
times are approximate
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The next show will be episode 257, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 12 April 2013 from 21:30 UK time (UTC+0100).Special thanks go to
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Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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"Don't Go!" - The Bins; Geeknotes: Pig Roast + Major Powers & The Low Fi Symphony, Elizabeth's Crazy Little Thing featuring Miss Jackie and The Sass, John Goode at Molly Malone's, 14th Annual Poetry Fest, Panel on the Art of Promoting Poetry, Crankshaft April Update, Music Connection April Issue, Daniel Jo Korean Ceramics, Early Notice - Hollywood Black Film Festival Submissions Open, 2013 East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention and ONYXCON V; Open Mic Stage: "Corporeal Safari" - Deepfried, "Jigsaw Jazz" - Adam Walter, "Rolling Stoned" - Fire Whiskey, "Tassajara Ginseng" - The Audio Waltz, "A Gentle Reentry" - sAro, "Everybody" - Sunrunners, "Count The Time" - The Shattered Grey, "I'm alone" - Kiwi Time, "One Way To Survive" - Ritz Gnarlton, "One World" - VinCi & Her Groove Sector, "The Way of Sakayama" - Blue Tribe; Map Room: Excessive cleanliness may be making us sick, Researchers see antibody evolve against HIV, Kinect-Powered Depression Detector is Amazing and Creepy; Venue Verite: Poetry Festival Santa Cruz, Back After 30-Year Hiatus; Music Bed: "Opportunities" "Alone" "Desolate" - Id Submerged
Another lovely Friday show with a electronic/instrumental kind of theme with a few wildcards thrown in for good measure…
Dark Patrick ~ Rise of the Underworld, Heathward ~ My Lost World (featuring Louisa Osborn), Eneeks ~ I am the Artist, Alberta ~ Tumbleweeds, Vega – Ascension ~ Lift Off To Infinity, Fledderjohn, The Evolution Song, Matt Stevens ~ Burnt Out Car, The Manic Shine ~ The Escape, The Statler Project, Your Opinion, My Opinion, Kajagoogoo ~ Death Defying Headlines, Meniscus ~ Fight Club , Nick Tann ~ 3am, Nick Tann ~ NaNaSlide.
The Ramisco Maki Maki Rocking Horse is an alternative indie folk artist from the Scottish Highlands. While primarily a solo artist, he also performs with a backing band called The Wat Wat Kings. Previous to becoming The Horse, Ray McCartney was a founding member, songwriter, performer and producer of The Kazoo Funk Orchestra.
A “secret” “live” podcast this week!
Normally I do the podcast live. 8pm every Thursday (put it in your diaries). This week, however, I did something a bit different. Basically getting the live podcast ready requires a bit of faffing about.. preparing this and that, getting the technology working… that sort of thing. Today, and in fact all this week, has been pretty busy so I wasn’t able to get everything ready for tonight, so instead I thought I’d pre-record the show at some point during the evening “at my leisure”. In the end I realised that if I plugged in a single wire I could make still make the show live, so with about 3 minutes notice on twitter I did a “secret” “live” podcast. I’m not sure if it was any more relaxing than normal, certainly the requisite amount of inane chat is still present.
1. Sparrow and the Workshop – “The Glue That Binds Us” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad)
2. KEEL HER – “Too Busy (in YOUR Own World)” (Played courtesy of KEEL HER, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Bad Librarian – “Interpersonal Relations” (Played courtesy of Bad Librarian, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Nallo – “Kin” (Played courtesy of Nallo)
5. Songs For Walter – “Family Hold Back” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
6. The Paperback Throne – “Amma” (Played courtesy of The Paperback Throne / Iffy Folk Records)
7. Squanto – “To the Grid (Demo)” (Played courtesy of Squanto, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Death Masks – “What I See” (Played courtesy of Death Masks)
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This week, turning my head away from easter eggs and just not enough time in the week to do anything podcast like, so a mixtape is in order.
Normal service resumes next week.
You will hear:
- Wolves Like Us: Deathless, Norway
- Aimee Francis: Don’t Wanna Know, Australia
- Jambassa: Like Silence, Italy
- Chance: Happening, USA
- Thomas Dolby: Oceanea, UK
- The Fins: Ouroboros, UK
- Let’s Buy Happiness: Works better on Paper, UK
- Pythia: Sarah, UK
- Tweaker: Linoleum, USA
- Jade Leary: Soft Moon Rides, Canada
- Lab 64: Siamese, Australia
- Ludovico Technique: Wired for Destruction, USA
- Assemblage 23: Collapse, USA
- Julia’s Window: Sleeping Time, Finland
- Daniel Land and The Modern Painters: Off You Face Again, UK
Ireland based artist Conor Deasy released his debut album under the name BIGGLES FLYS AGAIN, this past March 30th. ‘Remember Saturday’ marks the culmination of recording sessions that took place across various recording spaces throughout Dublin over the last year. It follows Biggles Flys Again’s previous 2 releases, ‘Summer’s Coming Soon’ single and ‘Chocks Away’ EP, which are both available on Bandcamp below.
Support his efforts by paying a visit to any of the following sites below.Download Chambers
A diverse selection of music this week and a lot of it. Tracks from Australia to Iceland and LA to France. There’s also some surprising news on the effect of piracy on legitimate music sales.
Plastic Guns - Emperors (Perth, Western Australia)
Emperors’ debut album Stay Frosty has arrived with a bang. Widespread Australian airplay, US iTunes Single of the Week AND Rock Song Of The Year for Be Ready When I Say Go and tour supporting Everclear have been some of the highlights since Stay Frosty’s April 2012 release.
Stay Frosty is noisy pop at it’s best, played by a band unashamedly stuck in their own bubble of musical influences and unlikely to become the darlings of Pitchfork anytime soon. No song titles are spelled incorrectly or without vowels, and there are no traces of synthesizers or keys. There is no content which should inspire reviewers to use genre names such as “chill wave” and “glitch hop”, nor any music written whilst wearing a v-neck t-shirt.
Emperors first made their mark on the Australian music landscape in 2010 when they were ‘Unearthed’ by national alternative radio station Triple J shortly after forming. This led to a slot at the Big Day Out, a Rolling Stone feature and the release of the EP Sam. Along the way there’s been Australian tours and support slots with Manic Street Preachers, The Big Pink, Silversun Pickups, Ladyhawke and many more.
They’re a hard working band touring this month with Grinspoon and Kingswood:
April 5 @ Prince of Wales, Bunbury (WA) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 6 @ Capitol, Perth (WA) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 11 @ Waves, Wollongong (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 12 @ Capital, Wagga Wagga (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 13 @ ANU Bar, Canberra (ACT) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 14 @ New Albury Hotel, Albury (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 17 @ Entrance Leagues Club, Beateau Bay (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 18 @ Panthers, Newcastle (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 19 @ Hoey Moey, Coffs Harbour (NSW) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 21 @ Cooly, Gold Coast (QLD) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 24 @ Bended Elbow, Geelong (VIC) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 25 Pier Live, Frankston (VIC) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 26 @ Inferno, Traralgon (VIC) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
April 27 @ Ferntree Gully Hotel, Ferntree Gully (VIC) w/ Grinspoon & Kingswood
The Backbone - Lay Low (Iceland)
LAY LOW is the alter-ego of Icelandic singer/songwriter Lovísa Elísabet Sigrúnardóttir.
Born in London to a Sri Lankan father and Icelandic mother, LAY LOW’s musical abilities stretch as far as her geographical heritage. Starting out as a pianist and bass guitar player; she has jammed on keyboards and synthesizers with Benny Crespo’s Gang, found her voice in blues folk and a little honky tonk bop collaborating with producers such as Liam Watson. Although her new material is taking on a new trip hop twist, LAY LOW’s distinct musical journey can still be felt at its roots, producing a honed yet experimental sound that is all her own.
LAY LOW came about in 2006, after Lovísa was contacted by a local label that picked up on a raw demo that she had uploaded onto MySpace. Not one to waste an opportunity, LAY LOW’s debut album ‘Please Don’t Hate Me’ was released that same year. An intoxicating take on classic Americana sounds, the record topped the Icelandic charts and became the bestselling original album in the country, winning no less than 3 Icelandic Music Awards.
Piracy Has Zero Impact on Legit Purchasing, European Study Concludes…
This is one of the biggest debates in music right now, and it goes far beyond morality and artist rights. Because what if pirates are simply buying more stuff?
That’s actually the conclusion of a new study just published by the European Commission’s influential Joint Research Centre, one that involved more than 16,000 participants across five EU countries. And at a top level, the survey, conducted by the Centre’s Institute for Prospective Studies, found very little cannibalization between illegal and legal. ”Perhaps surprisingly, our results present no evidence of digital music sales displacement,” the report concludes.
“Our results suggest that internet users do not view illegal downloading as a substitute to legal digital music.”
So, they wouldn’t be buying, anyway? Pretty much. ”In other words, music consumers are found to substitute legal music consumption for illegal music consumption, but much of what is consumed illegally would not have been purchased if piracy was not available.”
“This means that although there is trespassing of private property rights (copyrights), there is unlikely to be much harm done on digital music revenues.”
Sky is the Limit - SaReGaMa
SaReGaMa is the pseudonym of Serge, an independent sound artist, muasti-instrumentalist, composer and producer.
Sa, Re, Ga and Ma are the first 4 notes of a seven notes octave in Indian music, equivalent to Do, Re, Mi, Fa in Western music.
“I had a big passion for music but not enough means to afford musical instruments, so I learned how to build them. Most of the instruments I have are homemade. The instruments I play today are : keyboard, guitar, different kinds of ethnic flutes, didgeridoo, percussions, kalimba and jews harp.
His first album was published on Jamendo in 2007 and since then he’s been listed there among the top artists and his albums have hit number one several times. His work is featured in various large scale projects around the world and he’s a member of the excellent Triplexity whose music has been featured on SnC quite a few times.
There’s a very succinct description of the track on Jamendo:
“Trip-Hop styled composition with classic and modern influences. Dirty drums and aggressive synth lines get along the jazzy piano, funky guitar, dreamy vocals and trumpets.”
Take a look a the video below of SaReGaMa playing Kalimba solo for Lotus - and note how many views it has had. Remarkable.
They can’t tell me nothing - Paper Diamond (Boulder, CO, USA)
“They Can’t Tell Me Nothing” is the first single from Boulder based – genre defying Paper Diamond’s forthcoming EP ‘Paragon‘ set to be released April 16th 2013. Paragon will feature a range of production, instrumentation, and collaborators all weaved into Paper Diamond’s signature style.
While “genre-defying” is an overused word, Paper Diamond is one of the few producers who truly pulls it off, seamlessly weaving together genres as diverse as electro, trap, funk, dubstep, house, moombahton and hip-hop, all with a whiff of ganja smoke floating through it.
Paper Diamond continues his nationwide tour with Excision. The remaining tour dates are:
4/04 – Norfolk, VA @ NorVa
4/05 – Richmond, VA @ The National
4/06 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
The Animal - Erica Glyn (NYC, USA)
New York City based artist/producer, Erica Glyn, is an amplifying force in the music industry. From her self-made creations to her songwriting/production work, she’s becoming a well-known entity and making fans across the globe. She produces a unique and intriguing sound, mixing elements of trip-hop, rocktronica and a splash of psychedelic rock with her captivating vocals and commanding lyrics. Erica leans towards the unconventional, experimenting with instrumentation and tonal effects, which garner her comparisons to boundary-pushing powerhouses like Florence Welch and Fiona Apple.
Erica’s vampy, garage-pop lures listeners into “a world of the unusual and strange”, a landscape of pulsating beats, surging synthesizers, elegantly volcanic melodies, and dark, poetic lyrics. Her passion and drive for her own development exploded in her 2012 full-length release, STATIC.
Like all her work, the album was written, recorded and produced solely by Erica, with contributions from a collection of well-respected artists and special mixes by multiple Grammy award-winning master music-maker and friend, Chris Lord-Alge.
The Hammer - We Are The West (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
We Are The West uses sound and space to create an experience that is welcoming and honest. The Los Angeles-based duo has recorded in storm drains, performed on sheep farms, and now hosts a concert series in the underground parking garage of an office building the Saturday night before each full moon. This February they release the second in a four part album of recordings, handcrafted with love and care in a barn in Western New York during the summer months. ’The Hammer’ is the opening track.
Fill Yourself - Mia Dyson (Melbourne, Australia)
You are Mia Dyson and you’ve worked your ass off the past decade to be heard on the Australian continent. That work has paid off. People know your name. Writers gush about your whisky-tinged voice and liken you to Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan and the Boss. You’ve headlined shows, played the festivals, cut three records and received plenty of radio play. You’ve been nominated four times for an ARIA, winning one. You’ve toured with Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, and Stevie Nicks.
But there is this dream you’ve had since you were a child listening to your parents’ vinyl collection and reading E Annie Proulx. Get to America. Tour across the States playing music, soak into the American culture and ultimately, make a lasting record.
So you sharpen your teeth and sink into that dream.
Well, Mia Dyson, welcome to America. It’s 2009 and nobody knows your name.
In the next three years you’ll separate from your long-time partner, you’ll go broke, lose your band and your management will try to change your name and sell you out to reality television.
And what is your response to it all?
You make the most gutsy and revealing album of your life. You reclaim the helm of your career, building a community of players and friends, touring the vast cities and big sky country you’ve heard achingly described in your favorite songs, revelling in America the way you dreamed of it.
“The Moment” is the kind of album America meant for Mia Dyson to make all along and Australia has responded with a standing ovation. Released in the fall of 2012 in Australia, “The Moment” has captured the hearts of new fans and connected her more deeply with her existing supporters. Dyson toured the country, playing to capacity crowds and nabbed her fifth ARIA nomination – this time for Best Blues/Roots album.
Now it’s back to America.
With the wind at her back from a trip home, Mia returns to the US this spring to release “The Moment” in the states on April 23, 2013. An album release tour will put her in front of audiences on both coasts, and the work of holding up her artistic mirror to a mythic land of musical opportunity will begin again.
Don’t Let Me Dubbbb - King Dubby (Angers, France)
“Montez les basses !!!!!!
Ici point de fioritures, du dub du dub et encore du dub
dans la plus pure tradition tubby’esque.
Si vous scotchez sur les echos interminables, les réverbes
qui claquent comme des coups de tonnerre et autres phasers
alors ces albums sont faits pour vous.
So there you have it.
More dub with Pete Cogle at The Dub Zone
August - The Hollows (Brooklyn, NY, USA)
The Hollows are a group of multi-instrumentalists; a freewheeling hootenany of a band. A veritable junkyard of mandolins, banjos, guitars, accordions, horns, harmonicas, and various other musical doodads are in constant rotation. With no frontman (or six frontmen), everyone writes and arranges material, creating a diverse and uniquely blended sound. The live show is a high-octane, unpredictable barn-burner. Check out the music video for August off their self-titled EP – it’s playing in the shownotes.
The formation of The Hollows was a very gradual process. Erik Saxvik (Illinois), David Paarlberg (New Jersey), Jeffrey Kurtze (Indiana), and Daniel Kwiatkowski (Michigan) all studied theatre together in college during the mid-2000s. The four friends would spend many a night playing music in living rooms, bonding over their love of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Tom Waits and all things strange and spooky; but it wasn’t until the foursome relocated to New York City and met Rob Morrison (North Carolina) and Justin Aaronson (the only native New Yorker) that The Hollows sextet was finally complete.
After receiving high praise such as The Deli Magazine’s Artist of The Month, TimeOut NY’s Critic’s Pick, and rave reviews from The Huffington Post, CBS Radio, My Old Kentucky Blog, Relix, The Wild Honey Pie and more, The Hollows show no sign of slowing down in 2013 with the release of the album Neverending Show on April 23.
04/4 – New York, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 2)
4/23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowl – Album Release Show
5/17- Brooklyn, NY @ Littlefield w/ The Future Laureates, The Third Wheel Band, The Woes
Norwegian band Melancholia released their first single How It Seems on iTunes March 15th.
Melancholia – How It Seems (optical illusions video)
We also talked about the strong likelihood of us asking you to begin to support the show financially as we’ve got to upgrade – there’s just too many of you listening! We’ll be adding more ways to support the show as we go, but for now you can pop over to the Show’s Shop and buy something. We’d very much appreciate that. If there’s something you would like to have a JW Show logo on that’s not for sale, drop me an email (jw at thejustinwayneshow dot com) and I’ll get it in the shop just for you.
As we talked about in the show, check out Dave Grohl’s SXSW 2013 Keynote SpeechTitle Album Artist Tired of giving good things up (monopunk remix) Bowe Griddle Leaving Venus Leaving Venus Too Much Information Wake Up Sleepyhead Heifervescent Radiator Blues The Fate Of The World Depends On This Kiss Whitehorse More Like A Tiger, Less Like A Dove The Fiery Piano The Fiery Piano Days and Days Closer Chic Gamine Wake Up Vivat Veritas Match by Match Positively State of the Art Built By Angels Jon Byrne White Mountain Lies Bernard et Bianca Bernard et Bianca Woman on a Mountain Joe Jaunty Joe Jaunty Ego Ego EP Cajsa Siik Circular Saw Circular Saw The Man In Washington Cut And Paste Delivered Yours Til Death Space Girl Invitation Matthew Heller Soul Shaker Beards Junebug Plans We Could Be Scenery Van Susans Irritated Shadow Irritated Shadow Wily Bo Walker & Amir Ben-Haim Molded Chrome The Nature of Ghosts The Nature of Ghosts Different Amycanbe Amycanbe The Dandelion Song Dandelions Kaz Simmons Oceans I’d Like To Remain A Mystery The Glass Child You Think It’s In Vain Trevor Larkin Trevor Larkin Your Mother One, For Words Keston Cobblers Club For the Justin Wayne Show cosmic blacksmith cosmic blacksmith
See you next week!
Rev Robert Ballinger - This Train
ANerGY Afrobeat - Fela Chief Priest
Blackie And The Rodeo Kings - If I Can't Have You
Ada Ketchie - Map For Atlas
Marketa Irgalova - Go Back
Cult Of Wedge - B Side
7 But Hero - Chip On Chip Out (Chiptune Remix)
Steve Martin & Eddie Brickell - Love Has Come For You
Black Twigg Pickers & Steve Gunn - Sally In The Shifting Sand
Russ Rosen Band - Red Sky Morning
Joy Dunlop - Puirt A Beul
Textile Audio - Of Hymn
Fran Smith - Take These Bones
Samantha Crain - Somewhere All The Time
Max Hardy - I Am Your Hope / The Curio / She Wears His Shadow / Deaths Dark Road
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2 Kim Dotcom - Live my life
3 Julie Ingram - Big dog in Dallas
4 Fisherkings - Only Love
5 Jen Foster - 1 You Stayed
6 Ben Draiman - Soon Enough
7 The Tell Tale Signs - Don't Ask!
8 Freeky Cleen and Dickey F - 12. Sky Is Low
9 Crooked Saws - Death Terror Blues
10 Socionic - Ignorant idiot
11 Arran Arctic - Reprise
12 Ummagma - Autumnmania
13 Anjelicas baby - My hell
14 Collar up - Tonight
15 May Stands Still - 10_Falling
16 Jeff Campbell - It Stopped Raining
17 Derek Webb - Can't Sleep
18 Nicholas R Wright - Good Morrow Romeo
His newest album Second Space was recorded in 2012 and released in early 2013, partially inspired by the book Cosmos by stargazer Carl Sagan.
Peel back the layers in this great new release at the links below:Download More Like a tiger, Less Like a Dove
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1: Primitive Reason - Higher Needs (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: Loja oficial
2: Trêsporcento - Veludo (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: firstname.lastname@example.org Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3: O Martim - Toda a Gente (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: email@example.com
4: f l u m e - Vai (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: firstname.lastname@example.org Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
5: Vitorino Voador - Mensagem (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: email@example.com Mp3 grátis: Optimus Discos
6: Capitão Capitão - O Lugar (Lisboa, Portugal) Comprar: firstname.lastname@example.org Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
7: Wildlife - One for the Body (Toronto, Canadá) Comprar: Bandcamp
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The 91st episode is a rock/pop/alternative mix. BPM range: 108-180.
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Ariel Publicity is a New York based digital firm that uses their Cyber PR process to connect artists to blogs, podcasts, Internet radio stations and social media sites.
Here's my 3rd all Cyber PR episode featuring 7 bands that recently joined the Cyber PR roster. There are 2 sprint tracks that move fast. Be sure you're fit for them.
A big thanks goes to Ariel Publicity's Cyber PR and Jon Ostrow for their assistance in bringing these great artists to the JTIP and to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show.
I also send a big thanks to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.
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Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.
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Sacramento’s genre-benders Tera Melos release their highly-anticipated new album, X’ed Out on April 16th.
X’ed Out is the culmination of an arc begun on Tera Melos’ first proper full-length, Patagonian Rats (Sargent House, 2010).
The trio launches an extensive North American headlining tour with label mates This Town Needs Guns (now simply called TTNG) beginning in April.