We spoke to Blake Noble, percussive guitarist and didgeridoo player (didgeridooer… didgeridooist…) and you’ll hear the full conversation on this episode along with some great new music from the submission box, and a few cheeky tunes that we just plain enjoy. Oh yeah, and you’ll hear Justin try (and fail) at playing the didgeridoo. It’s hard.The Playlist Title Album Artist Light It Up Lions In My Head EP Grace Johnson Fun Song For Happy People Testing Textbook Models Pulling Teeth Global Citizen The Cardboard Crowns Keep Holding On Keep Holding On Robyn Harvey Walk The Line Globalienation Baïki Drank In The Mornin Drank In The Mornin Magnastic Sleeves Sleeves Madi Davis Let Your Anger Leave You Let Your Anger Leave You Ideals November Sky November Sky EP Rust on the Rails Song To The Moon Songs Of Gold & Shadow Cleo T. Overexposure Overexposure Harrison Interview with Blake Noble Tsunami Live and Solo Blake Noble Keep it Easy November Sky EP Rust on the Rails Hillbilly Hell Days Like These The FrogHollow Band Good Times Fumblin’ for Rhymes Tylor Bushman and The Bushman Brothers Got the Goods Travis Bowlin Travis Bowlin
See you next week!
~JW and CR
This week you’ll hear our full interview with author, songwriter and performer Willy Vlautin, and not to mention some great real-indie music from around the world. Willy talked to us about his new music project, The Delines, that Richmond Fontaine aren’t completely over yet, a few truths about his writing, specifically about A Jockey’s Christmas, and plenty more.The Playlist Title Album Artist Catapult Catapult Birds Over Arkansas Borders And Land Borders And Land Tkacuks One One Circle Heavy Hearts The Lost Weekend Sean Flinn and The Royal We …and Silly Things The Big Sleep The Society Islands Awkward Positions Animal Fair EP Little Brother Eli Pingu in the Igloo Tom Rosenthal Cover Keston Cobblers Club Hurricanes Trying to Make Sense Jazz Morley Without Numbers Album Promo The Barnum Meserve Skyway Drive-In Ladera Shane Alexander Broomhouse The Dash The Dash Interview with Willy Vlautin from Richmond Fontaine and The Delines I Won’t Slip Up Colfax The Delines The Boyfriend We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like a River Richmond Fontaine Hard Day Coming Down Feels So Good EP The Record Company Ghost Limb Roulette Emily Wolfe Tin Crown Kings Let Go or Be Dragged The Manic Shine Ting Tong An Hour to Anywhere Melic
See you next week!
~JW and CR
It’s all good people Andrew Foster - Memory Maze, Baiki (who I now know are Belgian , so take back all I said about their name. It is pronounced “Buy-Key”sorry) – Walks The Line, Crumb Catchers – Burgers, Rayne – The Great Burden, The Glass Child – The Fall, David Garlitz – Blue Skies, Nick Tann – Don’t
Today’s Dose is the title track from Toronto based Killing Off Characters 2013 album.
“Killing Off Characters began as a project to excite one’s self away from the sadness of other projects dying, and quickly became amongst the best things in our lives. Strict music roles play no part here. A musical collective of three thirty-somethings expanding their minds and concepts of musical convention, with no limitations as to who plays what, when, and where. A guitar here for you, a keyboard line here for me.” [bio]
We had a lot of friends in the chatroom for this show which was amazing, and just in time to listen to Claire and me duke it out over who has better picks in the Top 10. She wins, of course. You’ll also hear a full show packed with new, fantastic real-indie music.
Here’s your link to download the phrases to teach yourself to beatbox. Try it and send us your recordings if you’re brave enough!The Playlist Title Album Artist Magnetic Spires Magnetic Spires Venkman Jacob Jacob Madi Davis Drifting Drifting Lonna Marie Your Hour Of Darkness Love, Drink & Death The Urban Voodoo Machine Hey! AnySound AnySound Gone The Big Sleep The Society Islands California California Snowapple Please Lord, Deliver Me The Train Comes and Morning is Gone EP Blue Canary Forward Mercy Birch’s Album Me and Deboe Dancing Shoes Dancing Shoes Sam Way Our Sky Sighs Overlake Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me Tom Rosenthal My Beloved The Banner Days Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney Song Without A Chorus Song Without A Chorus Feldspar Violin Case Handsome Orders Point Juncture, WA Missionary Son Roulette Emily Wolfe Lady Luck Can’t Talk Medicine Pickwick Rex’s Blues Wasteland Kings Wasteland Kings Greyscale Harbor Island Mikey and Matty Keep Sinking Roaming Herds of Buffalo Roaming Herds of Buffalo Run in the Front Small Steps Heavy Hooves Dear and the Headlights
See you next week!
~JW and CR
#Where Is Nic Treadwell
An appeal by Nigel Rooke
Nic Treadwell has been missing from his black country home
since October 1st 2014. In this urgent emotional plee for information,
I, Nigel Rooke (his friend) appeal for the help of his loyal podcast audience.
Contact me @rooke_nigel
Sign the Melvyn Bragg peitition
Mistys Big Adventure- He Never Felt Anything
Here’s a great show for you packed with new independent music, as well as a live session and interview from James Dean Kindle from James Dean Kindle and the Eastern Oregon Playboys. They’ve just released their newest album, Many Splendored Things and we’ll spin a track from that as well.
Also, we’re just off the back of the launch party for our new show on the radio around here. 107.7 The Vine asked us if we could do a show for them similar to The Justin Wayne Show but to focus more on local and regional music, news and events. We’ve done just that, and if you’d like to check it out, it’s called “The Weekend” and you’ll find the past podcasted episodes over at MyColumbiaBasin.com or you can listen if you’re near Walla Walla, Pendleton or the Tri Cities on 107.7 FM from 5pm Saturdays and 11am Sundays.
The kickoff party raised almost $700 dollars for the Rock and Roll summer camps in Pendleton and Walla Walla, of which we’re very proud.The Playlist Title Album Artist No Good (Prod. by Chase Aaron) No Good (Single) CYD The Seven Seas Byron Siren Byron Siren Show Me Love Show Me Love – Single Anna and the Bells Let’s Pretend We’re Strangers Many Splendored Things James Dean Kindle & The Eastern Oregon Playboys A Run For Gringo Waiting To Say This White Ape Time To Move On Time To Move On Crash Island Mood For Love Not Another Love Song – EP Elektric Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me Tom Rosenthal Tom Rosenthal Higher Higher Cajsa Siik The End The End Natasha North Pigfork Old Good Poor Crazy Dead The Imperial Rooster Interview with James Dean Kindle of James Dean Kindle and the Eastern Oregon Playboys Last Blue Yodel Live at Listening Club James Dean Kindle Taken By You Many Splendored Things James Dean Kindle & the Eastern Oregon Playboys The Tides Greetings Kory Nagler How Far We Can Go Live in Studio C Dakota Brown Band To Travels and Trunks To Travels & Trunks Hey Marseilles Out Here Out Here Cody Beebe and the Crooks Empty Streets Nothing Broken Nothing Damaged Bad Dream Good Breakfast I Will Let You Down (Mars) Wanderers Asthmaboy
See you next week!
~JW and CR
On Friday 24th October 2014 award-winning singer-songwriter Zoe Mulford will be performing at Liverpool Acoustic Live (Live Music Night of the Year, Liverpool Music Awards 2012 and 2013). Originally from Pennsylvania, Zoe now lives in Manchester and tours on both sides of the Atlantic, and in May this year won the Rose Garden Coffeehouse Performing Songwriter Competition.
BBC Radio Merseyside’s On The Beat presenter Spencer Leigh said about Zoe, “These days there are thousands of singer/songwriters but only few have something new to offer. I think Zoe Mulford is very special.”
Supporting Zoe at the View Two Gallery on Liverpool’s historic Mathew Street is Katie Nicholas, winner of the Michael Molloy Youth Music Award at the Liverpool Music Awards 2013. Katie rose to prominence last year with her hit song Chemistry and was championed by BBC Radio Merseyside’s Billy Butler.
Completing the lineup is Silent Cities, the solo project of Simon Madison, who like Zoe has received glowing comments from a high profile radio presenter. BBC Radio 6 Music’s Tom Robinson said, “It’s not a question of chords, lyrics, melody or recording quality it’s simply that sometimes you can tell within seconds that you’re listening to The Real Deal. And – take it from me – this artist, my friends, is The Real Deal.”
- Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live
Zoe Mulford (USA)
- Date: Friday 24th October 2014
- Times: 7.45pm doors, 8.15pm start
- Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew St, L2 6RE
- Tickets: £5 in advance from wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
and £6 on the door
- The facebook event can be found here.
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Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 121
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A set by award-winning American songwriter Zoe Mulford is like a small volume of short stories – evocative, beautifully crafted, and endlessly varied. Whether her starting point is a polar expedition in 1845 or a Greyhound bus ride in 2007, her vivid storytelling and down-to-earth humour take listeners on an enjoyable journey.
This warm and engaging performer backs her clear voice with guitar or claw-hammer banjo and draws on the traditional music of the US and the British Isles to make sense of the modern world. Originally from Pennsylvania, she now lives in Manchester and tours on both sides of the Atlantic.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/WmyPFccRHgo – Here’s Zoe performing All The Songs Were Road Songs live at the Rose Garden Coffeehouse where she won the Performing Songwriter Competition this year.
“It’s not a question of chords, lyrics, melody or recording quality it’s simply that sometimes you can tell within seconds that you’re listening to The Real Deal. And – take it from me – this artist, my friends, is The Real Deal.”
Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music (21/05/2012)
“Silent Cities combine crisp acoustic sounds, a sense of deep layers and that soaring, vulnerable vocal to create twelve and a half minutes of tender, troubled beauty.”
Supajam (Eigenlicht Review)
“Extreme Buckleyness! Nice!”
Lauren Laverne, BBC 6 Music
“Good Stuff – Great voice too!”
Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2 Folk Presenter
“It’s his extraordinary voice which sticks in the mind, as Simon channels the intensity of Jeff Buckley through a spooky Bon Iver-esque filter of haziness.”
Peter Guy, Liverpool Daily Post
“Who’s that guy who makes the whale noises again?”
Random jovial gentleman to a local promoter
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/NcJoxpCdWgU – Check out Silent Cities performing Hey Ooma for the Red Sofa Sessions at this year’s Above the Beaten Track Festival.
Katie Nicholas is a singer-songwriter born and bred in Liverpool and now living in London at a major advertising agency, JWT London, as a designer. With a love of country music and artists such as Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves and John Mayer, Katie also embraces her English roots with sounds relative to Gabrielle Aplin, Nina Nesbitt etc. She also explores pop music, americana, folk, pop/rock and more. So far in her short musical career she has captured global attention leading to trips around Europe and multiple cases of interest from Nashville and New York.
Nicholas gained a following online after publishing acoustic covers of obscure country songs and original tracks. Chemistry, one of her most popular songs, picked up at a relentless speed, capturing 100,000 viewers within three days. Not only the catchy song, yet the production of the music video (which she filmed and edited herself) caught her audience by surprise.
Katie won the Michael Molloy Youth Music Award at the Liverpool Music Awards 2013.
VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/0L5XjRpRU2M - With over 110,000 views on YouTube check out the video for Katie’s top song Chemistry.
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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This episode features Justin in a state of bliss after having been to Chinook Fest, some great new tunes, and an interview and live session from local Walla Walla artist, Kory Nagler.
After a weekend sleeping outside in a tent, Justin has returned with bunches of great music, stories, and a strange post-festival glow that we can read by in the dark. It’s pretty magical.The Playlist Title Album Artist Caught In The Headlights West Water Outlaws West Water Outlaws There’s Something Wrong Draw What You Like – EP The Watanabes Little Lies Tracks Fire_Sign Your Year 6 + One The Wicks No Rifles No Rifles Where Fires Are Personal Lessons Learned EP Jelly Bread Doors Doors Skies Girl + The Well Over The Water The Breaking Yard We Buried A Cop The Buddhist Kye Alfred Hillig Next to Useless Chalk Chalk This Motel Room Many Splendored Things James Dean Kindle & The Eastern Oregon Playboys Please Don’t Walk Away Greetings Kory Nagler Interview with Kory Nagler The Tides Greetings Kory Nagler The Other End Live in Studio C Kory Nagler Aurora Borealis Harbor Island Mikey and Matty A Reckoning Is Coming A Reckoning Is Coming SweetKiss Momma Pure Joy O, That I Had Wings Shy Hunters Crocodile Star Dust Globelamp Atlantic Terminal Atlantic Terminal Analog Birds
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Santiago, Chile’s (the) How Much recently released the first single from their upcoming self-titled release and its a doozy. The vocals and instrumentals remind me a bit of Alice and Chains and Jane’s Addiction, driving toward a crazy instrumental attack at the very end. This was definitely a nice surprise to start off the week.
The band has been together for a few years apparently as seen by the dates and earlier tracks available for download at the Soundcloud site below.Download Löffel HypeMachine
Justin returns from his holiday and he and Claire bust out a show with nothing but music (well, maybe a bit of chat between us once in awhile.) We sincerely hope you enjoy it!The Playlist Title Album Artist Who Killed Smiley Culture? Who Killed Smiley Culture? Emily Capell Future Pathways Thousand Fingers Quarter Life Crisis Quarter Life Crisis The Hauntings The Other End Greetings Kory Nagler Go Go Gracie and Rachel BitterSweet BitterSweet 4th Street Traffic Song Without A Chorus Song Without A Chorus Feldspar Young One Not Another Love Song – EP Elektric Headlights This New Day The Undivided Dancing Shoes Dancing Shoes Sam Way Sunshine Sunshine/Shadow The Helmholtz Resonators The Last Song The Last Song Jess Morgan Fade Away Fade Away Jessie Lee Burn Concrete Concrete Polar States Green Bottles Green Bottles The Bulletproof Bomb Slipping From Your Heart Slipping From Your Heart The Deadline Shakes Eternity Eternity Jimmy Ireland When You Were a Waitress Real Snow Kye Alfred Hillig Swoon Roulette EP Emily Wolfe
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Feed The Infection is a project of the Toronto based artist known as N3rgul. Today’s Dose is from the album Destroy Rock n’ Roll. Check out the BandCamp link below, where there are four albums available for free download.
“N3rgul” is a glitch/Dubstep/DnB/TripHop and basically electronica projekt by Nickk Dropkick” [bio]
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
1. Kingslynn – First Breath (Miama, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Noisetrade
2. O Abominável - Palavra do Eu (Porto, Portugal) [artista do mês de Outubro]
3. Ark Life - Rock & Roll (Take It Easy) (Denver, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Outubro]
Comprar: Greater Than Collective
4. Johan Rodrigues – A Star (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
5. Goodman – I’ll Live Without Your Love (Nova Iorque, E.U.A.)
6. Lotus Fever – Introspection (Lisboa, Portugal)
7. Dear Telephone – Fit and Proper (Barcelos, Portugal)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Today’s Dose comes from Budapest in Hungary, by Gustave Tiger, an art punk band, formed in 2013, who released their second album At The Idyll’s End via BandCamp on a Name Your Price basis (no minimum). Their debut, Mitanni Mares was released in 2013 and is also on BandCamp.
“Starting off as a power trio with Péter Mezősi on drums, Csaba Szabó on bass, vocals and Gergő Dorozsmai on guitar, vocals, Gustave Tiger were soon joined by the brilliant young singer Erika Szurcsik to complete the line-up that created the pop sensibility infused psychedelic punk rock vision of At The Idyll’s End.” [bio]
Hosted by Colin of The Ourobouros Podcast
Rue Royale: Set Out To Discover From Nottingham, England
Jingo: When You Want Me From London, England
Alburn: The Nurses Can’t Help Me From Perth, Scotland
Vienna Ditto: Feeling Go From Reading, England
Makala Cheung: Take Me From Bristol, England
The Irrepressibles: Forbidden From London, England
The excellent new single Head Down is taken from The Ocean Party’s forthcoming 4th album “Soft Focus,” out October 31 in Australia & New Zealand via Spunk, and November 4 in the US via Jigsaw. While it appears the group is currently based out of Melbourne, it looks like they initially started in Wagga Wagga, NSW.
Upcoming tour gigs this month on the West and East coast of the US include the following few dates centered near the CMJ Festival in New York, apparently followed by an album launch tour in Australia hitting in Nov. Check the links below for the latest:
October 20 – Camero Gallery – Brooklyn, NY [Spunk Records Pre-CMJ Showcase]
October 23 – Drom – New York, NY [CMJ]
October 25 – The Delancey – New York, NY [CMJ]
October 28 – Sunset Tavern, Seattle, WA
This week on The Bugcast: we discuss barred dogs, the consequences of justice, Caroline inserts something into the running order, and we play 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Brigitte Bop – Punk Rock Show – from Orleans, France – source
- Chaz Robinson – Love Will Come Back Again – from Indianapolis, IN – source
- Second Step On Moon – Himalaya – from Berlin, Germany – source
- Mirva – This Is How We Stand – from Sydney, Australia – source
- Seralola – Yang Kau Butuhkan Ke Depan – from Jakarta, Indonesia – source
- The Glass Child – Who Am I – from Berlin, Germany – source
- Josh Woodward – Words Fall Apart – from Findlay, OH – source
- Jubilee Riots – Two Bare Hands – from Toronto, ON – source
BBC News: Swiss Cottage Tesco staff tell blind woman to ‘get dog out’
BBC Sport: Ched Evans released from prison after rape sentence
BBC News: Judy Finnigan apologises for Loose Women rape comments
Christmas Tree or Butt Plug?
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The next live show will be episode 333, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 24 October 2014 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).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 for relaying the live stream on their own service
Love Leeds Radio for replaying the show on their station