We again find ourselves on the Twitter search page, this time imagining a quarter drop and mechanical crane grabbing this beautiful EP and prized track out of the sea of million tweets. Well, we like to think it was something akin to that.
Early Worm is a three-piece indie rock band out of St. Louis Missouri whose hometown is actually in Collinsville, Illinois. The “Early Worm EP”, where you can find this track, was released in May of 2013 and the band has also apparently just released a name-your-price quality full length titled ‘Truck’ this past month over at BandCamp.
You can also get a physical CD over there that comes in a full color digipack with art work by Ariel Biggerstaff. The Early Worm EP is also at Bandcamp, fifteen great tracks to download between the two releases!Download Water Colors HypeMachine
What’s with the milk bottles I hear you cry. I’ve been making milk. From nuts! It’s crazy, I know. I never knew such a thing was even possible, and now I’m addicted to it. I guess it’s the same part of me that likes making beer or wine or bread or any number of things that are easier and cheaper to get from a shop. Cashew is my current favourite. That and almond. Don’t try sunflower though. That’s bogging.
Anyway, on today’s show I talk politics. Apologies. If you read my blog post last week about how I’m voting ‘yes’ in the upcoming Scottish independence referendum you probably thought this was coming. If the blog post was well thought out, then this is the opposite. It’s rambling nonsense. Please don’t base your vote on anything that I say – research this yourself. If you are in Scotland then it’s probably the single most important vote you’ll ever cast – make sure you are absolutely right in your mind not just about the way you are voting, but that you are doing so for the right reasons. Not out of fear for the alternative, but out of hope for the way forward.
1. The Last Battle – “You & Me” (Played courtesy of The Last Battle)
2. Radiator Hospital – “Fireworks” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Kodacrome – “White Love” (Played courtesy of Kodacrome, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Early to Bed – “Weathervane” (Played courtesy of Weathervane / EardrumsPop, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Psalmships – “Stars” (Played courtesy of Psalmships, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Dressed Like Wolves – “Death Of Girls” (Played courtesy of Dressed Like Wolves)
7. Kyle Kaos – “Total Insurrection” (Played courtesy of Kyle Kaos, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #176
The 108th episode is rock, pop, alternative. BPM range: 108-184.
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You're invited to indulge yourself in some fast, interval, beat match running, featuring 11 great indie artists, coming to you by way of Music Clout, SCG Media, and Cyber PR.
The BPM range is from an easy going walk at 108 to 3 interval runs, each at 184, to John Olzard's "That Was The Day."
My thanks goes to all of the artists for their kind music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, Sarah Chipman of SCG Media, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their help in providing the talent.
More thanks goes to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.
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Originally from New York City and now based in Somerville, MA, Abbie Barrett and her band The Last Date are releasing their fourth album Triples this week.
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The Power Goats – Tiger Punch
The Van Desh – The Bells of Beliefs
David Garlitz – If You Break My Heart
Alun Parry – After All This Time
Blue Plutos – Shadow Chateau
Byron Siren – Same Method, Different Pain
Hosted this week by Rodrigo de Sá of Cowboy Cantor
1. Goodbye Heart – Just Kids (Seattle, E.U.A.)
2. Kingslynn – Compositions (Miama, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Noisetrade
3. Sun Glitters – Closer To The Sun (Luxemburgo)
Comprar: Mush Records
4. Nancy – Moonchild (Helsínquia, Finlândia)
Comprar: VILD Music Company
5. Color Theory – Headphones (Huntington Beach, E.U.A.)
6. Sensual Harassment – Rescue Me (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
Mp3 grátis: Sítio oficial
7. Das Fluff – Rage (Londres, Inglaterra)
Comprar: Loja oficial
Kye Alfred Hillig’s new album ‘The Buddist’ has just released digitally earlier in the month, with a CD being issued on 9/9. For those who like to lovingly admire a larger scale version of the artwork and enjoy a more visceral experience, he is currently running a Payola funding campaign for a vinyl copy that has a little over a week left to run.
The new record was produced by Hillig alongside Daniel G. Harmann and is a collection of what Hillig describes as his most honest and raw material to date. Apparently a preview of the material at The Dutch Embassy earlier in July left some audience members in tears and the feedback was apparently outstanding.
We love his songs as they all have such a strong intelligent storytelling presence that is hard to find, joining such company as Tom Brosseau, Eddie Vedder and a handful of others we think have the rare gift.
UPCOMING LOCAL DATES
Sunday, September 14th @ Columbia Winery
Friday, September 19th @ Big Building
Wednesday, October 1st @ The Fremont Abbey
Following behind the first anticipated single, Vampire, from Jenn Ghetto’s new release Cool Choices comes Brunch, the second striking piece from the album. Jenn Ghetto is formerly of the band Carissa’s Weird who you may also know from Seattle, the group’s last single hitting not too long ago in 2011.
The new album by S officially comes out September 23rd on Hardly Art records and was produced, engineered, and recorded by Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie). S currently has a bunch of west coast US tourdates posted, as well as a few back east:
10/8 Portland @Valentines
10/10 Oakland @1234 GO!
10/11 LA @KSPC/Claremont Collage
10/12 San Diego @Sycamore Den
10/13 LA @The Smell
10/14 San Luis Obispo @Xroads
10/15 Santa Cruz @The Crepe Place
10/16 San Francisco @Milk Bar
10/18 Eugene @The Boreal
10/22 Boston @Midway Cafe
10/24 Philadelphia @KungFu Necktie
10/25 Providence @AS220
Episode Number 112 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the Controls. Another six great tracks from UK artists.
Rating: Work Safe
- Yeti Love: Saints of White Lines
London | Web Site
- The Smoke Fairies: She Sells Sanctuary
London | Web Site
- Stickybackplastics: Toxic
York | Facebook
- Syd Arthur: Garden of Time
Canterbury | Web Site
- Temples Fall: Fantasy
Wakefield | Web Site
- Tom Slatter: Nightfall
London | ReverbNation
This week on The Bugcast: We raise the music level from “substantial” to “awesome”, cover some key news stories of the week, and play 8 great tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Modern Pitch – These Nights – from Fano, Italy – source
- Josh Woodward – Bags Of Water – from Findlay, OH – source
- Sticky Tickets – Beneath The Surface – from Padova, Italy – source
- Ay-14ice – Getting On My Nerves – from Stuttgart, Germany – source
- Seba Lay – Piedra Sobre Piedra – from Chile, Santiago – source
- Binärpilot – Widibf – from Norway – source
- Bitter Mystics – Matter Of Time – from San Francisco, CA – source
- Arthur Lee Land – Drum & A Chair – from Lyons, CO – source
BBC News: Ebola: Experimental drug ZMapp is ’100% effective’ in animal trials
IMDb: Outbreak – parallels with E1101
BBC News: Missing boy’s “life is in danger”
The Guardian: ALS (or is it MacMillan?) Ice Bucket Challenge
BBC News: Rotherham Abuse Scandal – The background
BBC News: Rotherham Abuse Scandal – Key dates
When Is It On: Live Podcast Calendar
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedUpcoming events
OggCamp ’14 – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014 (more info)Podcasts mentioned
There will be no live show on Friday 5 September.
The next live show will be episode 329, which is likely to be broadcast live in the chatroom on either Friday 12 September 2014 or Friday 19 September 2014.
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
- Earth Tribe
- Egyptian Summer
- Darbouka Bass
Move Until Motionless
The Narcicyst feat Meryem Saci
- Looks Like Rain (Space Jesus Remix
The Grateful Dead
- Mawoud Come Home
"A true Warrior does not seek war, nor does he wish to do battle. He merely believes that it is honorable to cling to a worthy cause. It is noble to reach out to those who are weaker than himself and it is valiant to believe that many things are worth giving up everything for." Phil Messina
This week, we take a trip into the theatrical with brand new releases from Cross My Heart Hope To Die, PNFA, Hugo Kant, and plenty more. A lot of what you’ll hear in this show feels like it could be part of the soundtrack to films yet to be made, a score for stories yet to be told. Perhaps some of these songs will be part of the soundtrack to your story…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #292:
- Cross My Heart Hope To Die, "Tears Of God" Buy from: iTunes
- PNFA, "Sylmar" Buy from: iTunes
- Twin Caverns, "Undiscover" Buy from: Bandcamp
- Gelka (feat. Phoenix Pearle), "Flying Clouds" Buy from: iTunes
- Evy Jane, "Worry Heart" Buy from: iTunes
- Kalabi, "Downtime" Buy from: Bandcamp
- Minor Rain, "Cloudburst" Buy from: iTunes
- Hugo Kant, "Secret Society" Buy from: Bandcamp
- Got A Girl, "Heavenly" Buy from: iTunes
- Celeste Lear, "Ilha Grande" Buy from: iTunes
- Artemis, "Quickening" Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
- Lone, "2 Is 8" Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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Teribal Anamal are a Brooklyn-based DIY three-piece, and Uranium Son is from their latest album New Creature.
Check out the video for the song below too, shot in appropriate DIY style.
They are: Ryan on vox/bass, Chalky on howls/whistles/drums, and Stephanie on axe/vox.
The album is available on a ‘name your price’ basis from BandCamp.
AOV: Vicious Cycle (Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
Methedras: Deathocracy (Monza, Italy, Clawhammer)
The Rough Boys: Before The Devil Knows I’m Dead (Ontario, Canada, Asher)
Eden Circus: 101 (Hamburg, Germany, Life-force Records)
Xerosun: Anatomy of a Lie (Dublin, Ireland, Sonicbids)
Pinkemical Sunset: My Woman (Sardinia, Dr.Music Productions)
Display of Decay: Praise the Gore (Edmonton, Canada, Asher)
Cara’s home town – loud as hell festival
Acting on Impulse: Climbing The Ladder (Maryland, USA, djent)
Tapestry: The One We Know (Guilford, UK)
The Males: Hot Blood (London, UK)
Norilsk: Negatron (Voivod Cover)(Ontario, Canada, Asher
Two Piece, doom
Provoke, Destroy: Two for The Road (Virginia, USA, Persistent Heart)
The Royal Blasphemy: Corruption (UK, Direct)
The Oversight: Love is a Fiction (Massechusets, USA, Persistent Heart)
Inherit The Stars: Caught in The Crossfire (Sheffield, UK)
Stickybackplastics: Vampire (York, UK)
Haamoja: Radience (Taiwan)
Mountainer: Aftermath (Australia, Bandcamp)
For Giants: Spade (California, USA, Bandcamp)
Falloch: Santuary (Scotland, Candlelight)
Dellacoma: Change (Australia)
Bloodsoaked: Abomination (North Carolina, Comatose Music, Clawhammer)
In Search of Sun: The World is Yours (London, UK)
Edinburgh based indie rock band, The Last September, are currently working toward their 3rd album and have just released a new single on Aug 14th, This Train Remains. It’s taken from their forthcoming album, Volcano releasing 20th October 2014 via Fountainhall Records.
The band will also be on a Scottish tour this September after appearances at festivals such as Kelburn Garden Party and Fringe By The Sea.
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Bonjour! Welcome to this weeks episode of some of the worlds best independent musical talent. This weeks playlist, click on links and have a nose about.
An interesting collection of artists again this week a few of which take us off into almost uncharted and mysterious territories.
Every once in a while it’s good to hit your ears with something a bit different eh?
Black Eye Friday – Heavyball (London, UK)
Heavyball are a hard rocking indie/ska band based in London. They are a four piece whose sound fuses traditional British ska with contemporary indie. The music has distinct and uplifting melodies with a driving percussion heart and honest lyrics.
Formed in late 2011 when Nottingham brothers Bigface and Habs Salisbury and school friend Johnny Iball, began to play together. The band’s sound is indie fused with traditional UK ska. Influences include Viz, Shane Meadows and the story writing traditions of country and western.
Heavyball’s recordings have been championed by DJs such as 6 Music’s Tom Robinson and Chris Hawkins.
In 2013 Heavyball supported the Kaiser Chiefs on their UK and Holland tour, playing sell out venues such as the Manchester Apollo, Glasgow’s Barrowlands and Corso in Rotterdam.
2014 sees Heavyball embarking on a busy UK and Europe festival season, a European tour in October (Holland, Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia) with a debut album scheduled for recording in winter 2014.
Small Town Hero – Heavyball
They have shows listed on their site – most of the upcoming ones are over on the mainland.
Our Conversations - Lay Low (Ölfus, Iceland)
Lay Low is the easy name of Icelandic songwriter Lovisa who has been putting out some gorgeously intimate music for a few years now.
The name 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.
She’s been a great favourite of Codger Cogle and The Grumbler for most of those years since they first saw her at TGE. This year, they got to hang out with her for a while after the show which clearly pleased the dear old chaps.
Our Conversations is on her current album Talking About The Weather.
By and By – Lay Low
The track is on her second album “Farewell Good Night’s Sleep” (2008) but Mr Cogle has the extreme presence of mind to record her performance at The Speigeltent at the Great Escape this year.
There’s not a lot of updating going on on her site but you can get hold of her music through the “Shop” tab in the menu bar on her site.
Hear more from Lay Low at TGE on PC Podcast 463
The Great Escape
I expect I’m the last person in the world to work out the significance of name of the festival.
Doh! It don’t occur to me until Sir Richard Attenborough died at the weekend that as well as having a big role in The Great Escape (1963), he also starred in the Boulting brothers’ 1947 production Brighton Rock which is, of course, exactly what we go to Brighton for – every year!
I just booked my ticket for next year. A pretty good deal at £43.45 for three days of interesting live music.
If you’re up for it, let me know and we’ll arrange a meet-up in Brighton.
Réalité – Silence (Bruxelles, Belgium)
More mystery. This is an album called L’autre endroit that has had almost 2 million plays on Jamendo since its release in 2006. The artist has provided no information and, as you’ll see the given url leads to a 3D designer who may just be the artist. Who knows.
Interesting sounds though.
Cellule – Silence
Shine – Catalin Dinu (Richmond, BC, Canada)
30 years old Catalin Dinu lives in Richmond, Canada. Although his favourite instrument is the bass guitar, which he took as a major in college, you’ll not hear much of it on this track.
This is from his second album, My Religion.
Born in a modest, middle class district of the city of Brasov, Romania he had dreams of becoming an actor, early before the age of 11. That’s when he moved to Canada. Years went by and he never really gave up on his bass. He took lots of lessons– bass, music theory, piano– and eventually landed himself a position as a bass major at one of the top colleges in Vancouver.
Tare Too Te Rut Te Instrumenta – HooYooSay (unknown)
I really can tell you almost nothing about the artsit(s) here.
The birth of hooyoosay was an occasional recording jam, a couple of guys playing some cover songs just for the fun of it, but eventually leading to an online release.
As the founding artists each had their own reasons for remaining anonymous, this idea was maintained as a principle when things further developed into an organized project.
So hooyoosay became this peculiar music recording project, having a variety of constantly changing unnamed collaborators, inevitably displaying a wide diversity in styles with their releases.
Googly Goo – HooYooSay
What great fun we had today, and some deep thoughts from Michael Harren about his new single Invocation (we premiered the video which you’ll see below) and his upcoming album release, Tentative Armor in October. Claire also dug out some great stuff from the submission box, and I cleaned out my email box of music before I head off on holiday.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Pleading Indigo Child Jake Tavill Mountain Song Rise Up For Love Sister Speak Secrets Untold Secrets Untold single Natasha North Waiting for the Rain Simone Says Simone Says Down To You Stamen & Stigma Casitas Slipping From Your Heart Slipping From Your Heart [ Single ] The Deadline Shakes Juicy Lucy Rock ‘n’ Roll Titty Bingo Borderline Rise Up The Sun EP Dancing Years Corduroy Kingston single Tyrone Schulace and his Pals Root Beer Stand In Afghanistan Another Time Sonnet Cottage Out of the Dark Ball of Wax Audio Quarterly Comp (vol. 36) GreenhornBluehorn Interview with Michael Harren Invocation Invocation – Single Michael Harren Go. Go. Michael Harren Black Flowers The Art of Loving Jingo Walking with the Devil Tales of The Mescal Canyon Troubadours The Mescal Canyon Troubadours We’re All Human We’re All Human The L Project Gin Ever Decreasing Circles Juey
Here’s the video for Michael Harren‘s single, Invocation.
Claire will be on her lonesome next week, so stop by and cheer her on!
~JW and CR