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Get Inuit: Cutie Pie, I’m Bloated

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 14:00

Get InuitBased off a few well-placed recommendations from bands in Britain, we ran across the following exceptional single from Sittingbourne, UK band, GET INUIT. According to the small bio on their site they make dirty, surf inspired pop music, although they do note they don’t surf, if that matters to anyone.

We’ve embedded the recent video, ‘Cutie Pie, I’m Bloated’ at BBC Introducing in Kent’s 6th birthday, at The Marlowe Studio in Canterbury on Sunday 23rd March 2014.

In addition, be sure to check out the latest tour dates at the Songkick site below, with 3 upcoming announced performances at the time of this writing.

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Eden Mulholland: Cry Cry Cry

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 11:00

Eden MulhollandThe latest EP by Eden Mulholland, Body Fight Time (available digitally now) was originally written for contemporary dance productions, the songs in the EP were reimagined throughout the last four years into standalone songs at Roundhead Studios in Auckland, New Zealand. Eden formerly was a contemporary dancer, who says “This is what I love about live dance performance, I can feel my body have a physical response to the way dancers move, as if I could get up and do it myself.” Mulholland explains, “I want to play music that can make you feel something with body and ears.”
[via The Planetary Group]

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The Dream Logic: Drunken Monkey

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 11:00

The Dream LogicUtilizing the spirit of music’s past as a guiding force, My Black Arts draws inspiration from deep inside The Cutting Room’s legendary New York walls. For this eclectic fourteen track LP, Charles Compo and his longtime collaborators,Jerry Brooks (bass), and Camille Gainer (drums), were once again able to conjure up the raw chemistry found on last year’s self-titled debut effort. Blasting through fifty minutes of captivating music, the trio are joined by various friends including notable guitarists Eric Krasno (Soulive, Lettuce) and Vernon Reid (Living Color). [via The Planetary Group]

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 141

Idiosyncratic Transmissions - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 04:15

All songs were submitted by the artists.  Theme song is by Dan at DanOSongs.com.

Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting.  Find more great music podcasts at musicpodcasting.org.

Mended – Your Love(Captures Me)
:AM – Fleur Bleue
The Young Wild – Moment Goes
Josh Savage – Lost In Paris
V Speeds – Gitty Up
Moving Castles – I’m A Fever

 

AMPed Show #449

AMPed Weekly Show - Mon, 07/21/2014 - 04:00

Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass

Show: Edinburgh Man Podcast
Song: Half the Life (Colour Me Wednesday)

Show: Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Song: Behind Yr Face (False Colors)

Show: Insomnia Radio: UK
Song: The Nurses Can't Help Me (Alburn)

Show: Insomnia Radio
Song: Rock and Roll Weakling (Spookyland )

Show: Suffolk 'n' Cool
Song: Farmer Song (Dirty Primitives)

Show: The Bugcast
Song: Saying Goodbye (Kicklighter)

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Spotlight 114: Friday 25th July 2014 – David Hirst

Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight - Sun, 07/20/2014 - 18:27
LIVERPOOL ACOUSTIC LIVE FRIDAY 25th July 2014 David Hirst, Melody Says (Paris), Jonathan Coley, Hannah Kewn

Local singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist David Hirst has saved the day by stepping in at short notice to fill an unexpected gap at the top of the bill for the next Liverpool Acoustic Live event. This double award winning live music night takes place on Friday 25th July 2014 at the View Two Gallery, an independent art gallery on Mathew Street with a performance space, grand piano, inspirational artwork, and bar.

Former Misery Guts frontman Hirst will be joined on the night by Parisian musician Melody Says, Chester-based Jonathan Coley, and young, rising star Hannah Kewn. Revisiting Liverpool Acoustic Live’s original format, each of the acts will be performing a 25 minute set.

Liverpool Acoustic co-organiser Graham Holland said “We’re extremely grateful to David Hirst for coming to our rescue at such short notice, and we’re really looking forward to hearing him play in the intimate performance space at the top of the View Two Gallery. The fact that he’s being supported on the night by an array of local and international talent is an added bonus, and it’s sure to be a special night.”

  • Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live
  • Artists: DAVID HIRST
    Melody Says (Paris)
    Jonathan Coley
    Hannah Kewn
  • Date: Friday 25th July 2014
  • Times: 7.45pm doors, 8.15pm start
  • Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street
  • Tickets: £5 in advance, £6 on the door
    wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
  • The facebook event can be found at facebook.com/liverpoolacoustic/events
  • Details of all Liverpool Acoustic music events can be found at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/live
  • Press enquiries & guestlist email contact@liverpoolacoustic.co.uk

Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight

Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 114

To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 114 to download for free.

If you’re an acoustic musician from the Greater Merseyside area, or from further afield but play on the Liverpool scene, then feel free to send us your music for future shows. We can’t promise we’ll be able to play everything that’s sent to us, but we will listen to every track. Find out all about the show, how to submit your music, and the Terms of Use, at liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/spotlight/about

1. David Hirst - Mary Of The Wild Moor
davidhirstmusic.com

2. Melody Says - Hiver en été
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Buy Melody’s music from melodysays.bandcamp.com

3. Jonathan Coley - Jetsam
jonathancoleymusic.com
soundcloud.com/jonathan-coley

4. Hannah Kewn - Myself
hannahkewn.tumblr.com

5. David Hirst - The Wolf

 

ARTIST INFORMATION

DAVID HIRST
davidhirstmusic.com

David Hirst is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and singer of English traditional songs. Captivating from the moment you first experience his ethereal mix of exquisite acoustic guitar playing, sensitive vocals and smart sense of lyric. Hailing form Oldham, Lancashire and now based in the seaside town of Southport, David’s songs have a strong narrative with powerful storylines woven into his addictive melodies.

Active on the folk scene of the north-west, David is a resident singer at the Bothy Folk Song Club, Southport as well as a founder member of The Corduroy Folk Club based at The Atkinson (formerly Arts Centre), Southport. The past 12 months has seen him make guest appearances at many of the regions other Folk Clubs.

David is known to many from his former position as the frontman of Misery Guts, a Liverpool-based outfit whose three single releases “Trying to Be the Sun” (2009), “Spiders (2009) and “More Human Than Human (2010) have received considerable critical acclaim. The group toured in support of Cherry Ghost in 2010.

The trademark sound is of haunting vocals accompanied by classical guitar but in a typical performance you will also find autoharp, English concertina, Appalacian dulcimer, cigar-box guitar and electric and steel acoustic guitars.

A write-up in The Manc Review likened him to Chris Isaak, Roddy Frame, and Gotye, though Hirst counts folk revivalists Martin Carthy, Steeleye Span, Dave Burland, Anne Briggs, Shirley Collins; British songwriters John Martyn, Nick Drake, Bert Jansch, Donovan, Laura Marling; and American songwriters Neil Young, Paul Simon, Bonny Prince Billy, Nina Nastasia and Bill Callaghan among his influences.

“A real treat” – Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music

“Fabulous” – Jade Wright, Liverpool Echo

“Effortless emotional connections” – Dave Monks, BBC Radio Merseyside

“Whereas other artists self-indulge with their emotional warfare, Hirst maintains a dignified reserve, whose sentiments are crystallised in his rich and heartfelt vocals.” – The Manc Review

VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/zoGOuMmzM_8 - Here’s David Hirst performing Send Me To Hell recorded live for the Addistock Sessions.

MELODY SAYS
facebook.com/melodysayspage

At 22, Parisien Alix Lachiver, AKA Melody Says, already has much experience behind her. Since an early age she has been perfecting her guitar playing and song writing skills inspired by such predecessors and inspiration from the likes of John Lennon, The Kinks, Love and Sixto Rodriguez. She pursues this journey enjoying her freedom, life and performing her enchanting melodies. This journey has associations to other free spirits including Soko and Peter Doherty who has been inviting her to perform on stage on numerous occasions and collaborated on the writing of “Penguins” from Babyshambles’ last album.

Her unique guitar playing and bewitching voice will warm your heart and relax your mind. Melody just finished her debut album in an intimate vintage London studio with the producer Kenny Paterson.

VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/Ty9plbH_XpY - See just why we booked Melody Says by watching the official video for her song Bang Bang.

JONATHAN COLEY
jonathancoleymusic.com

Jonathan Coley has had music in his life as long as he can remember, but is a relative newcomer to the performing and song-writing world. Although an instrumentalist since childhood, the guitar is a new-found love and means of expression. Developing a unique finger-style playing, which, although he himself will ardently deny such in conversation, surpasses many long time players, and is always warrant to surprise and impress with its dexterity and melody. It is not uncommon for Jonathan to be asked to prove that he is such a recent convert to the instrument.

Comparisons to the playing styles of Bert Jansch, John Martyn, Nick Drake and Nic Jones, are frequent and gratefully received as the most extraordinary form of flattery.

The “City Songs: Live in London EP” is a recording of a straight live concert that October (Available now on Soundcloud). The first full album “Hamster’s Can’t Climb” came out January 31st 2014. A new album is presently being written along with numerous radio sessions and some brilliant new films courtesy of Stage:Life coming soon.

VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/UPSb1Mr7Ypc - Great guitar playing, great voice, and a great original song Jetsam from Jonathan Coley.

HANNAH KEWN
hannahkewn.tumblr.com

Hannah Kewn is a talented young singer-songwriter from Liverpool who can be seen gigging around the city. She is featured on the K’s Choice the City of Music Volume II.

VIDEO PREVIEW youtu.be/mLTrtmYvm_w - Here’s the wonderful Hannah Kewn performing Be The Birds for Alibi Productions.

 

 

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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The Gorgeous Chans: San Sebastian

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sun, 07/20/2014 - 14:00

The Gorgeous Chans

San Sebastian comes from the second EP by Nottingham UK eight-piece, The Gorgeous Chans. They initially made this great song available for free download starting in late 2013 and we luckily stumbled across it while checking out the page of another Nottingham band.

The Gorgeous Chans are: Brandon Hill, Oscar Price, Liam Webber, Ephraim Staton, Olli Wilson-Smith and Daniel Potts with: Tom Bond, Elliot Labbate, Rob Upton, Annie Ward, Hannah Brent and Holly Cuffley.

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IR: UK #109

Insomnia Radio:UK - Sun, 07/20/2014 - 13:29


Episode number 109 of Insomnia Radio: UK

Six tracks from UK Artists, previously heard on the Daily Dose, or Made In The UK Show

Recording Date: Sunday 20 July 2014

TRT: 35:14

Rating: Work Safe

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Mój Odtwarzacz - Sun, 07/20/2014 - 11:38

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  1. John Torres - Here in History
  2. Madrus - Mechanic
  3. Bird Names - Another Locked Costume For Your Dreams
  4. Bonecage - Soup Beans and Cornbread
  5. Space Weirdo - Rhyme & Reason
  6. Adia and The 7 Eyes - Hustler
  7. Zep Hurme - Everything I Need (ft. Panu)
  8. Headones - Beautiful
  9. I Plead Irony - [Insert Words Here]
  10. Kate Martin - Nocturnal - Coach Bombay remix
  11. Kelly Barnard - Sadness in Neptunes Shadow
  12. lei benders - Black tongued and twisted
  13. Les Dion - Your Love Is What I Need
  14. Mason Read - Hard Living
  15. Special Guests - Apathy
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Roadhouse 490

The Roadhouse Podcast - Sat, 07/19/2014 - 23:14
In this edition, I tip my hat to the late guitar master, Johnny Winter. Several favorite tracks dot the landscape of the show. Along with those great cuts, I’ve got Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, Coco Montoya, Billy Boy Arnold, Andy T - Nick Nixon Band, and Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers. It’s an hour to thank a blues legend and another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard - the 490th Roadhouse.

Circle: We Can Play

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sat, 07/19/2014 - 14:00

CircleEnmore Australia rock group Circle have been around since 2005, putting out music described along the lines of alternative, indie rock, indie pop, synth-pop and on occasion, electronic. Their website says that they’ve issued three albums and one EP as Circle since formation.

Today’s feature comes from last April’s single release of ‘WE CAN PLAY’, a culmination of their efforts after three months of demos. In addition we’ve also embedded their great cover of The Strangler’s Golden Brown further below, so make sure to take a peek, just don’t get slapped!

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the bugcast 322 – Timeshift

The Bugcast - Sat, 07/19/2014 - 02:00

thebugcast322This week on The Bugcast: We cover some of the more difficult news stories of the week, and we play 8 cracking tracks of Creative Commons music!

Songs played

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

Topics

MH17 Malaysian Airlines disaster
Baby rescued from hot parked car while mother shopped in supermarket
Weird Al ‘Word Crimes’ Lyric faux pas
We’re moving the start time back to 21:30-ish
Girl banned from trip due to mothers funeral stopping 100% attendance

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

Upcoming events

OggCamp ’14 – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 2014 (more info)

Podcasts mentioned

Association of Music Podcasting
Made In The UK Show

Next week

The next live show will be episode 323, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 25 July 2014 from 21:30 (ish) UK time (UTC+1/BST).

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

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Dave’s Lounge #289: Sonic Evolution

Dave's Lounge - Fri, 07/18/2014 - 13:51

Dave's Lounge Music Podcast #289When I launched Dave’s Lounge in 2005, I made a conscious decision never to play major label music on this show. That doesn’t necessarily rule out the thoughts of major label artists. So when even Techdirt was endorsing Taylor Swift’s Wall Street Journal piece on the future of music — click here to read it — my ears perked right up. Her thoughts on blending genres and taking risks in music jibed quite a bit with mine.

Those thoughts influenced some of the selections on this week’s show, including the lead-off track by Mississippi-born bluesman Boo Boo Davis, whose new album was produced by Amsterdam-based electronic music duo Blu Acid. The mix of blues and electronica in this album is absolutely brilliant. When you hear it, you’ll understand why it’s leading off this week’s show. Click here to check out more of that album.

Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #289:

  1. Boo Boo Davis, "Sorry Baby"  Buy from: iTunes
  2. The Grooveblaster (feat. Anji Bee), "Southern Heat"  Buy from: iTunes
  3. Hugo Kant (feat. Astrid Engberg), "Gold"  Buy from: iTunes
  4. Harleighblu, "This Way (Astro Raw Remix)"  Buy from: iTunes
  5. Tom Strobe (feat. 2MONK), "Love Lights"  Buy from: iTunes
  6. Kimekai, "Live Lead"  Buy from: iTunes
  7. Ficci (feat. LaMeduza), "We’re Not Alone"  Buy from: iTunes
  8. Kylian (feat. Quixotic), "Unify"
  9. Loupo, "SoLITudeSeVen"  Buy from: Bandcamp
  10. Amphior, "Begone"  Buy from: iTunes
  11. The Atomica Project, "Black Water"  Buy from: Bandcamp
  12. Funky Destination, "In My Soul"  Buy from: Bandcamp

Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!

Take your place to chill on the go with the Dave’s Lounge App, which gives you to streaming access all the latest episodes of Dave’s Lounge, plus bonus mixes not available in the podcast, for only $1.99. The Dave’s Lounge App is now available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.

Enjoy the show!

Dave’s Lounge #289

Dave’s Lounge #289: Sonic Evolution

Dave's Lounge - Fri, 07/18/2014 - 13:18

Dave's Lounge Music Podcast #289When I launched Dave’s Lounge in 2005, I made a conscious decision never to play major label music on this show. That doesn’t necessarily rule out the thoughts of major label artists. So when even Techdirt was endorsing Taylor Swift’s Wall Street Journal piece on the future of music — click here to read it — my ears perked right up. Her thoughts on blending genres and taking risks in music jibed quite a bit with mine.

Those thoughts influenced some of the selections on this week’s show, including the lead-off track by Mississippi-born bluesman Boo Boo Davis, whose new album was produced by Amsterdam-based electronic music duo Blu Acid. The mix of blues and electronica in this album is absolutely brilliant. When you hear it, you’ll understand why it’s leading off this week’s show. Click here to check out more of that album.

Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #289:

  1. Boo Boo Davis, "Sorry Baby"  Buy from: iTunes
  2. The Grooveblaster (feat. Anji Bee), "Southern Heat"  Buy from: iTunes
  3. Hugo Kant (feat. Astrid Engberg), "Gold"  Buy from: iTunes
  4. Harleighblu, "This Way (Astro Raw Remix)"  Buy from: iTunes
  5. Tom Strobe (feat. 2MONK), "Love Lights"  Buy from: iTunes
  6. Kimekai, "Live Lead"  Buy from: iTunes
  7. Ficci (feat. LaMeduza), "We’re Not Alone"  Buy from: iTunes
  8. Kylian (feat. Quixotic), "Unify"
  9. Loupo, "SoLITudeSeVen"  Buy from: Bandcamp
  10. Amphior, "Begone"  Buy from: iTunes
  11. The Atomica Project, "Black Water"  Buy from: Bandcamp
  12. Funky Destination, "In My Soul"  Buy from: Bandcamp

Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!

Take your place to chill on the go with the Dave’s Lounge App, which gives you to streaming access all the latest episodes of Dave’s Lounge, plus bonus mixes not available in the podcast, for only $1.99. The Dave’s Lounge App is now available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.

Enjoy the show!

Dave’s Lounge #289

Cairo Fire: I Like It

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 07/18/2014 - 11:00

Cairo FireWednesday was the release date of the new EP Raucous from Cairo Fire. We featured Bold and Beautiful, the first song released by the Charlotte NC based band, in December last year. Now the EP is out we’re bringing you a stand-out track from it, I Like It. Check out their social links below, and also the purchase links.

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Edinburgh Man #174

Edinburgh Man Podcasts - Thu, 07/17/2014 - 20:20

As with many of these live podcasts, this one almost didn’t happen. Not that it probably would have mattered – no-one tweeted at me, so I don’t know if it was even working. Anyway Edinburgh Man Junior got his first bike today. Or rather it’s almost a bike. It has wheels a seat and handle bars, but not much else. But getting him off it and into bed this evening was a bit of a challenge. Luckily he stayed asleep for the whole show (although he actually woke up screaming about 2 minutes after it finished – good timing).

Anyway, on this podcast great new music from Toby Goodshank, Radiator Hospital and Siobhan Wilson, amongst others. A brilliant track from Schwervon which is now eight years old. Yikes. And a track from new Lost Map band Insect Heroes – which I introduce in the most woeful manner possible. Ah well, nothing’s changed.

Edinburgh Man #174 by Edinburgh Man on Mixcloud

1. Shy and the Fight – “First the bird fell” (Played courtesy of Shy and the Fight, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Toby Goodshank – “Cave Angel” (Played courtesy of Toby Goodshank)
3. Schwervon! – “Fuzzy Math” (Played courtesy of Schwervon!, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Insect Heroes – “Pop Music” (Played courtesy of Lost Map)
5. The Sniffs – “Oh No” (Played courtesy of The Sniffs, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Butcher Babes – “Don’t touch” (Played courtesy of Butcher Babes, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Radiator Hospital – “Cut Your Bangs” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Cat Smell – “Nobody Knows” (Played courtesy of Cat Smell)
9. Siobhan Wilson – “Dear God” (Played courtesy of Song, by Toad Records)
10. Radiator Hospital – “Cut Your Bangs” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons licence)

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DC633 Dream Through the Glass

Dark Compass - Thu, 07/17/2014 - 19:00

Featuring:

Akeldama: Dream Sequence (Florida, USA, Pictured by Bene Wartooth)

Powerlord: The Invasion of The Lords (Shadow Kingdom , Clarhammer)

Subversion: Revelation (London, UK)

S 4 D : Confused Intricacy (Ontario, Canada)

Die So Fluid: Dream Sequence (UK/USA)

All for One: Bring Us Down (USA, Persistent Heart)

Everley: The Lamb (Tennessee, USA)

(Hed)p.e.: One More Body (California, USA)

Zlang Zlut: Let it Go (Basel, Switzerland, Czar of Crickets)

Double Experience: Congratulations  on Second Place (Canada, Asher)

Mutilation Rights: Gravitational Collapse (NY, USA)

Stardust Circus: Monkeys of XXI (Minsk, Belarus)

Kinetik: Interference (USA)

Kirra: Forgive Me (Oklahoma, USA)

Exist: So We Are (Washington DC, USA)

Fallujah: The Dead Sea (San Francisco, USA)

De Profundis: A Strange awakening (London, UK, Kolony Records)

Metroid Metal: Prime 3 Theme (East Coast, USA)

Marmozets: Why do You Hate Me? (UK, Roadrunner Records)

Kvelertak: Kvelertak (Norway, Roadrunner Records)

Johnny Touch: The Metal Embrace (Australia, Abysmal Sounds)

Deaf Angel: Through the Glass (Fort Worth, Texas, USA)

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IVORYSERFS: Tethered

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 07/17/2014 - 14:00

IVORYSERFSIVORYSERFS are a four piece group from Nottingham, UK who blew me away with their sometimes frenetic and perfectly timed multi-layered instrumentals that recall personal favorites like Fugazi/Sparta.

We don’t know too much about them, except the solid facts you need to know. They’ve got an EP recorded and ready to drop, with a second in production with more news on the way, likely by the beginning of August.

Track them down at the links below and while you wait, watch them enjoy some of their favorite hobbies: “racing the elderly, famous blackout re-enactments, sewer surfing & cuisine d’radiator”

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Is This Thing On Podcast 230

Is This Thing On Podcast - Thu, 07/17/2014 - 12:54

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ri

Is This Thing On Podcast
It’s all hands to the bridge this week as we boldly go on a quest exploring the world of brilliant music, well worth a listen if you are one of those moany types banging on about how music is all rubbish nowadays Edd Donovan & the Wandering Moles – House on Fire, Rawshawn (ft Omitot & Kid Brother) – Nevada, Bhaki Masala- Liberation, Fur Cough – Peril Soaked Penny, Abstrakt – Droppin it, Coast - Dancing With Satellites, Nick Tann – Can’t Stop Missing You (instrumental), Wax Ersatz – Electric City

 

 

 

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SnC 418 – Bouncing back

Suffolk And Cool - Wed, 07/16/2014 - 16:00
Badala

Bouncing back with Badala.

A selection of tracks from Europe this week as we delve through offerings from France, Luxembourg and the UK including a couple of artists that were at The Great Escape.

Thanks to Nick, Amy, captjc, Josh and Sarah amongst a frankly gratifying number who got in touch to say, variously “Are you OK?” to “What about another SnC then?” I really have been pleasantly surprised that folks got in touch. It doesn’t happen often and, in this case, the timing was perfect. Thank you.

 

Badala FolyBadala – Badala Foly (France)

A native of the village of Djoliba in Mali, just along the Niger River not far from Bamako. These days he’s based in France and has an excellent album “Kirina Kono” which is available on iTunes.

Given the variety of local iTunes stores, it’s probably best just to search to find the music on yours.

www.facebook.com/pages/Badala-Foly/116723201853765

 

MonophonaGive Up – Monophona (Luxembourg)

Sound meets song: DJ and Producer Philippe “Chook” Schirrer and singer-songwriter Claudine Muno team up to create a music that’s both electronic and acoustic, equal parts analog and digital, where guitars and pianos meet samples and beats.

When Claudine and Chook first started discussing a common musical project in the winter of 2010, they came from completely different worlds. He had discovered DJ-ing as a teenager and soon made a name for himself not only as a turntable artist, but also as a drum&bass producer; she was a singer-songwriter touring with a folk-rock band and had an admiration for the likes of Tom Waits, Van Morrison and Joni Mitchell.

Neither one of them knew anything about the other one’s musical roots and influences. Yet, after having built successful careers in their respective fields, they were eager to take on a new musical challenge and search for common ground. The result of this collaboration is Monophona, a blend of two extremes, electronic and intimate, melodic and innovative.

www.monophona.com

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dirty primitivesFarmer Song – Dirty Primitives (Lille, France)

The band comprises Jean Bernard Hoste: singing, feet drumming and basic guitar along with David Bausseron: guitar, noise / Fuzz and More Fuzz! The minimalist duo’s music is described as “electric and noisy primitive”.

Located somewhere near the crossroads of stomp garage rock and blues folk noise. The line-up offers two electric guitars, a bass drum, a hi-hat, and a few touches of “random loop” electro. Dirty Primitives played their first concerts in 2011

www.dirtyprimitives.com/

 

CookTiger Balm – Hollie Cook (UK)

From her latest album Twice which was funded via PledgeMusic and released while we were at The Great Escape in May.

She’s a ridiculously connected artist being the daughter of Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook. Her mother Jeni was a backing singer for Culture Club and Boy George is her godfather. However, her music stands up on its own.

She joined the re-formed Slits and performed on the band’s 2006 EP Revenge of the Killer Slits. These days she’s playing what she describes as “Tropical Pop” and doing it very well indeed.

We saw two performances at TGE one in the Speigel Tent but previously at The deliciously dark and underground Bermuda Triangle where the set, for me, had more energy and a rawness that I may be in a minority in enjoying. The Spiegeltent show was smoother and the album is, again, to my mind, rather drenched in “strings” which don’t really add that much to some great tracks.

www.holliecook.com

www.facebook.com/holliecookmusic

@holliecookie

 

jaivulamour-frometzielJe Dois – From & Ziel (France)

From the most recent album J’ai vu l’amour by the French duo of Samuel Veyrat and Ian Zielinski who deceive their genre at Chanson Urbaine.

Their biography page simple states that “From Ziel read, write and sing. They also play the piano. And they saw love.”

Nuff said.

They’re played the Théâtre de Pierres in Fouzilhon, just north of Béziers in SW France on Monday – take a look at the site ( http://theatredepierres.com ) It looks an amazing little stone-built community venue.

www.from-ziel.com

www.facebook.com/pages/FROMZIEL/301294170281

 

 

CharletteThe Land You Belong – Charlotte (Luxembourg)

Charlotte’s Daylight EP is a cracker. The indie-electro band is named after singer and leader Charlotte Haesen who was born in Amsterdam but grew up in Belgium with a French-African mother and a Dutch father who are booth artists.

Since her first album Salomé was released in 2011, she’s hooked up with the Luxenbourgish musicians Jéromé Klein (keys and synth), Aloyse Weyler (dri-ums) and Pol Belardi (ebass and synths). Their collaborative album Da ylight was released last year and they have a new album scheduled for release soon. But don’t wait, you can pick up the Daylight album for as little a 4 euros on her Bandcamp page.

http://www.charlottehaesen.net

charlottehaesen.bandcamp.com

www.facebook.com/charlottehaesenmusic

 

 

Shiko ShikoDu bist wunderbar mein kleines Schnabeltier & Firefox 330 000 – Shiko Shiko (Lille, France)

“Halfway between hedonistic Post Punk and Mutant Rock, Shiko Shiko creates epic compositions where furious rhythmic patterns are carelessly associated with wild guitar riffs and pop melodies. With a tremendous raw energy, their performances give to see a possessed band, expressing without any inhibition the emotion emitted from its music, as surprise as effective.
An intense whirlwind taking the audience as it goes though it, letting nobody cold.”

Their current album (and from which both tracks are taken is “Best New Bestiole” on Platinum Records on vinyl, CD and download.

http://shikoshiko.tv

http://shikoshiko.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/shikoshikoband

@shikoshikoband

 

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