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Roadhouse 530

The Roadhouse Podcast - 51 min 5 sec ago
This edition of The Roadhouse takes a tour of diverse neighborhoods throughout the blues. The Cash Box Kings, Chris Duarte Group, Blind Boy Fuller, Carolyn Wonderland, and Harrison Kennedy help deliver an hour that might be vertigo-inducing for its mixture of styles. But, it's a good vertigo that makes for the 530th hour of the finest blues you've never heard.

The Dead Heavys: Liquidator

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - 9 hours 42 min ago

The Dead HeavysWaterford Ireland’s The Dead Heavys are a 6 piece psychedelic rock band preparing to release their debut album, and they’ve got a few singles from it already in circulation.

The band’s independently-released first single Everybody In The Nite was produced by Jagz Kooner (Primal Scream / Kasabian) and hit the Irish top fifty, meeting with much acclaim. 2014 saw an Irish tour, two further single releases with The New Age of Innocence and Uptight. Also, they’ve had some great success gigging with their international debut at Croatia’s INmusic Festival alongside The Arctic Monkeys & Basement Jaxx.

The Dead Heavy’s current and latest offering is the excellent high-energy track Liquidator which has a great video that we’ve included further below. You can show them some love at any of the social sites or alternatively at the video link below.

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Dave’s Lounge #307: Let The Music Play

Dave's Lounge - Fri, 04/24/2015 - 15:02

Dave's Lounge Music Podcast #306If you’ve been listening to this show for a while, you might notice that I don’t say anything right at the start of the show anymore. One of the biggest reasons for that has been a lack of new things to say. Coming up with quality intro lines that I haven’t used before eventually got to be difficult enough that I eventually decided it might be best to let the music carry the introduction. Good thing I’ve got a tune that can do just that this week.

You’ll also notice I didn’t say much about the next episode, which will be the 10th anniversary mix. It was that hectic around these parts this week. I still haven’t figured out what to do with that mix yet. Hopefully it will come to me soon…

Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #307:

  1. (00:41) Werkha (feat. Bryony Jarman-Pinto), "Dusk"  Buy from: iTunes
  2. (05:05) Karmacoda (ft. Anji Bee), "Naive"  Buy from: iTunes
  3. (08:44) Iris Dee Jay (feat. Maria Opale), "Falling in the Deep"  Buy from: iTunes
  4. (11:54) SoulAvenue, "My Shadow"  Buy from: iTunes
  5. (16:38) Bryan Milton (feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn), "Give Me the Love"  Buy from: iTunes
  6. (20:43) JES, "Two Souls (Hamptons Chill Remix)"  Buy from: iTunes
  7. (25:16) Jenkins, "No Doubt"  Buy from: iTunes
  8. (29:01) Pigeondust, "Family Affair"  Coming soon…
  9. (32:54) Van, "Day or Night"  Buy from: iTunes
  10. (38:47) Electric Boogie, "Imperial Chill"  Buy from: iTunes
  11. (45:06) Re-Think (feat. Xenon Square), "The Caged Lion"  Buy from: iTunes
  12. (52:43) Koka Mass Jazz, "Sofia’s Street Lights"  Buy from: Bandcamp

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

This episode is sponsored in part by Lynda.com, the online learning site with thousands of video courses that can help you learn new tech, business, and creative skills. Sign up for a 10-day unlimited free trial at lynda.com/lounge.

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Enjoy the show!

Dave’s Lounge #307

In Letter Form: Reflecting The Rain

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Fri, 04/24/2015 - 12:00
In Letter Form Reflecting The Rain is the new single from San Francisco based In Letter Form and a second play for them on The Dose.

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It’s a cold April in the D!

Zaldor's World - Fri, 04/24/2015 - 12:00

Cold weather in April?? are you kidding!!?? Nope, it’s cold here, no sign of warming either!! Tigers slow down the wins, Redwings should have won, and a snake charmer kisses a snake and gets bitten.. imagine that…

Edinburgh Man #205

Edinburgh Man Podcasts - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 19:08

So this year I went off to Record Store Day with the express intention of buying one record at the most. It’s not because of some fashionable stand against the concept, more just a lack of enthusiasm for the whole thing. So I bought one record, and spent more time in the Library reading books to Edinburgh Man Junior than I spent in any record shops. How times have changed.

Unfortunately, when I got home I remembered that the stylus (and cartridge – for these things aren’t separate) was broken. So I had to go back out into town and spend £80… Yes, £80(!) on a new cartridge. I have a feeling that £80 was how much the whole turntable cost me back in my student days when I purchased it via a classified advert in the back of the Edinburgh Herald and Post.

So in the end I spent as much money as normal. At least the record was a nice colour.

Edinburgh Man #205 by Edinburgh Man on Mixcloud

1. OOPS – “Miss Yourself” (Played courtesy of OOPS, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Dog Legs – “Things I’ll Never Be” (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
3. The Dropout Patrol – “Beautiful Noise” (Played courtesy of The Dropout Patrol, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. late spring – “harmony korine” (Played courtesy of Late Spring, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Man Behind Tree – “It Might Get Better on Pills” (Played courtesy of SPÄTI PALACE, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Split Visions – “Band-Aid Blues” (Played courtesy of Split Visions)
7. The Wednesday Club – “Trust Thing” (Played courtesy of Cath n Dad Records, Released under a Creative Commons licence)

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DC672 Anesthesia Circles

Dark Compass - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 19:00
  1. Strong Addiction:Anesthesia (from “Anesthesia”, Helsinki, Finland)
  2. Deathblow: Means to an End (from “The Other side of Darkness”, Salt Lake City, USA)
  3. Chip Di Monick: You ain’t Punk (Single Release, Pittsburgh, USA)
  4. Inquinamentum: Fading (from “Void”, Leeds, UK)
  5. Aberration: Twisted into Fragments (USA)
  6. Teethgrinder: Death of The Individual (from “Misanthropy”, Netherlands)
  7. A Darker Day: Sweet Release (Single Release, Ontario, Canada)
  8. Vetten Äpärät: Sydäntalven Viha (from “Sydäntalven Viha”, Finland)
  9. Meridius: Conquer The Throne (from “Meridius”, BC, Canada, Asher)
  10. Entropy O.A.C: Realm of Grey (from “Dark Clouds and Clarity”, Wisconsin, USA)
  11. Zatokrev: Swallow The Teeth  (from “Silk Spiders Underwater”, Switzerland, Candlelight)
  12. Cognitive: Willingness of The Weak (from “Cognitive”, NewJersey, USA, Clawhammer PR)
  13. Lungless: Eden (from “Inhale”, Canada)
  14. The Jade Assembly: One Last Time (Single Release, Bolton, UK)
  15. Witch of The Waste: They Haunt Minds (from “Made of Teeth”, Vancouver, Canada)
  16. The Dreaming: Alone (from “Rise Again”, USA)
  17. The Rezillos: Out of This World (from “Zero”, Scotland)
  18. Mech Wendigo: The Bait & The Trap (London, UK)
  19. Threestepstotheocean: Sur (from “Migration Light”, Milan, Italy)
  20. Wings of Thanatos: Symbols (from “Dualism EP”, Adelaide, Australia)
  21. Kauan: Unsoi (from “Muistumia”, Russian Federation)
  22. Damian Murdoch Trio: Visceral Circles of The Cosmos (from “Electric Tentacles”, Melbourne, Vienna, Prosthetic Records)

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Is This Thing On Independent Music Podcast

Is This Thing On Podcast - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 17:06

 

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Dispensing forever with episode numbers we’re cracking on with a bands special in this weeks Independent Music Podcast presented by me Nick Tann

Kicking off with People – Time and Time Again, Sahara Skies – Much Love, Fake Flowers-Real Dirt – Bullets Thru the Fire, The Strangler Figs - Invasions of the Strangler Figs, The Silver Bayonets, Let Go The Sky – Silver Linings, Little Brother Eli – Hanging, Damn Vandals – Mad As Hell, Kill For Eden – Kerosene.

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Big Wild: Aftergold

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 12:00

Big Wild“Aftergold” by Big Wild is the second release from Foreign Family Collective, a brand new highly anticipated outlet for musicians and visual artists alike curated by the duo behind ODESZA.

Big Wild is Venice, CA based musician Jackson Stell who likes to tap into our natural curiosities by bending conventional boundaries in music and bringing danceable beats to the masses in the same fell swoop. We’ve included a bit of his Youtube hosted video below via a venue in Bloomington, Indiana, a pretty cool look at his live dynamic and well worth watching through. As of yesterday he was heading upwards on the Hype Machine charts at #4, now onward to “#1 with a bullet”.

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Discovery 2 Preview: Chase The Ace, The Manic Shine, The Undivided, Nakisha Esnard and Samson

The Justin Wayne Show - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 10:46

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Here’s the preview for Discovery 2’s April showcase. You’ll hear a track from each of the artists and a preview of the evening presented by event promoter Alex KW and myself. This month’s gig night features some jaw dropping rock acts including Chase The Ace, The Manic Shine and The Undivided. You’ll also hear the effervescent Nakisha Esnard fusing reggae, opera and hip-hop, and singer-songwriter Samson. In between you’ll get the legendary Discovery 2 DJ Delphi, all from the 229 Venue in Great Portland Street, London.

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  • When: Thursday 30th April, 2015
  • Doors: 7.30pm  Show starts: 8.00pm
  • Venue: 229 The Venue , 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN
  • Tube: Great Portland Street
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  • Tickets: £7 in advance or £10 at the door
Buy tickets now More about the artists CHASE THE ACE

Chase The Ace are sleaze drippin’ and hard rockin’ . Bringing you a slick modern twist on the guitar wailing, drum crushing bands of the 80’s, Chase The Ace’s approach of “running as fast as you can with your eyes closed” is proving itself. In their short time of existence, the four-piece Rock band released a well praised debut album named ‘Are You Ready’, absolved 5 European tours through UK, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Holland, played more than 50 headline shows as well as several festivals, and keep on conquering the rock charts around the world. Chase the Ace pride themselves with innovative and eccentric stage performances, captivating the audience, whereby their influences such as AC/DC, Van Halen, MötleyCrüe aspire but nevertheless are presented in an original and modern sound.

“Takes an AC/DC blast and sleazes it up. A simple formula but you’ll be singing it for days on end.” – Fireworks Magazine 2015

“These guys rock fairly good on a par with many established acts. The fun vibe is supported by well penned songs and strong instrumentation, all crowned by a first rate production for an indie. A really enjoyable collection of rockers from a new promising band. Keep an eye put on them.” – 0DayRockz

“Pure Rocknroll!” – Ultimate Guitar

THE MANIC SHINE

Linking alt-rock and ambient sounds with towering riffs and pounding rhythms may sound tough for some but The Manic Shine take it all in their stride. Never a band to shy away from experimentation, 2014’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Let Go Or Be Dragged’ showcased a tour de force of rock musicianship and genre-bending, with songs lamenting the contradictions of modern life.

The last year has seen the band go from strength to strength, gaining support and spins on XFM’s The Rock Show to featuring in Kerrang! on Scuzz TV and many plays on BBC Introducing. The past 6 months have seen the band deep in writing and rehearsal for a new EP. Now with producer Lee Batiuk (Deaf Havana) on board and a new explosive offering planned for release in the fall and national tours to support, the London quartet are set for a busy and exciting 2015.

“Melting our ears…Alt Rock + Big Riffs = This lot. Absolutely Thumping!” – Kerrang!

The Manic Shine return with an album choked full of intelligent intricate riffs, relentless melodies and catchy hooks.”- Amazing Radio, Rock Show

THE UNDIVIDED

One of the most exciting anthemic rock acts to emerge from South Wales in decades . They’ve supported  Kids In Glass Houses, The Dirty Youth, IDivide, Ask and Xerts. Festivals so far Merthyr Rock, Camden Rocks, Nightmare Fest. The Undivided secured a sync placement for the instrumental version of ‘Headlights’ from the previous album ‘This New Day’ on the opening and closing credits of BBC 4 Royal Institute Christmas lectures, screen on  29th, 30th and 31st December 2014.

The band are heading over to Canadian Music week and receiving US and Canadian College radio airplay which has already awarded them a CMJ radio distinction. They have recently written and produced their new music with Dan Weller (Sikth).

“The Undivided have a knack for writing anthemic songs as big as the mountains that overshadow their hometown of Abergavenny” – Kerrang! Magazine

“Wingman guitarist Bray does a fine line in stadium trashing intros, and numbers like ‘Open Your Eyes’ and ‘Panic’ are immediately mesmerising. Singer Joe comes alive on these numbers too, as if he knows Bray’s scorching intros, a collision of U2, early Simple Minds, and SLF, are something to follow and indeed match.” – ArtRocker.tv

NAKISHA ESNARD

A soulful singer, multi instrumentalist and Poet from Bedfordshire who creates a mixed genre of music on her current instrument of choice, a ukelele.  It gives a great island sound for her style of reggae and her soulful voice resonates well with her chosen chords. Nakisha is the Inventor of Opera Reggae! Her ability to freestyle and interact with her audiences are a big part of why Nakisha’s shows are unique. She has toured extensively in the Uk for the past 2 years and recently supported Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry

“The UK continues to be a hotbed for original, fresh, creative and innovative musical talent. Vocalist, composer, writer, pianist and ukulele player Nakisha Esnard definitely ticks all of the aforementioned boxes.” – UK Vibe Magazine

SAMSON

A  London born singer/songwriter, currently in the process of writing and recording his own original material. Having recently graduated from the university of Leeds, you will find Samson making his way around London’s gigging circuit, while performing a combination of covers and original songs.

Live Discovery 2 with Elle Exxe, Fjokra, Fragile Souls, Jordan Allen and Rachael Sage

The Justin Wayne Show - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 08:52

Elle Exxe at the 229 Venue for Discovery 2, Feb. 15 (photo credit Amanda Rose Photography)

You’ll hear full live sets and interviews from all five of the performers from February’s Discovery 2 at the 229 Venue in Great Portland Street. The extraordinary Elle Exxe headlines with her brand of “dirty pop”. Fjokra returns to Discovery with his collage of genre-mashing music. Fragile Souls make their debut at Discovery bringing their mesmerizing blues rock. They are about to release a new single called “Devil Sun” and you’ll hear it  live at Discovery first! Jordan Allen, another first timer at Discovery, has been described as, “Manchester’s answer to Jake Bug”. Opening the show is the fabulously entertaining American multi-instrumentalist Rachael Sage.

Our thanks to Claire Rozario for presenting the night both on the podcast and on the stage.

Further below, you’ll also find a catalogue of images from the event from Amanda Rose Photography

More about the artists ELLE EXXE

Elle Exxe (pronounced “L.X.”) describes herself as an explosion. After amassing well over 1mil YouTube hits, regular shout outs on one of the worlds biggest blogs PerezHilton.com and reaching the coveted top spots on the Hype Machine charts with her last single “Dirty Beat (Kat Krazy Remix)”, the artist formerly known as Harrison made the shock decision to set the counters back to zero and refresh as Elle Exxe. Starting from scratch may sound hard for some, but within a month of launching as Elle Exxe, she had shared a stage with acts like Professor Green, Jess Glynn and MNEK at Westfield London’s Music Cube (sponsored by Kiss FM & Sennheiser). She has new music ready for release in 2015 both self-produced and cowritten with the likes of Kevin Hastings (Rihanna, Lady GaGa), Jon Castelli(Jason Derulo, Gotye). Her style takes the best from hip-hop to rock but lands firm in the dirty pop arena.

“WHAT a voice!” – Ally McCrae (BBC R1)

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Linda Harrison – Alex Baker (Kerrang! radio)

“The most talented lady I have ever met…This is what I have been waiting for!” – Frankmusik (UK producer/artist)

“Fiona Apple meets Kate Bush….Gonna be a smash!” – Perez Hilton

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FJOKRA

Fjokra and his eponymous band have gained a reputation for exhibiting a uniquely bizarre and energetic live show that ‘combines near-minimalistic, lo-fi electro-pop with retro swing, metal and occasional epic Muse-like explosions’ (Time Out). Gracing the stages at Isle Of Wight Festival, Beach Break Festival, Shambala, Boomtown and Liverpool Sound City, Fjokra was also hand picked by Adam Ant as support for his London show in November 2014.

During the summer of 2014 Fjokra worked with director Catherine Hardwicke on her latest film Miss You Already starring Drew Barrymore, Toni Collette, Dominic Cooper and Paddy Considine. Fjokra and his band feature in a concert scene performing one of his own compositions and also plays the part of Dominic Cooper’s best friend throughout the film. Miss You Already is scheduled for international release in 2015.

“I want to recommend something new to iTunes this week, a very exciting new band..Fjokra” – John Taylor, Duran Duran.

“Im going to have to go and lie down in a darkened room after playing that”. – Gary Crowley, BBC Radio London on playing Infinite Loops

“Sex music for metallers” – Peanut Baines, Kaiser Chiefs

“The ever impossible to pigeon-hole Fjokra with the musical masterpiece that is Slyrex.” – Peter Donaldson, Absolute Radio

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FRAGILE SOULS

Fragile Souls are ready to bring 21st century porch blues to a time where music is lacking something fresh, with one foot firmly planted in electronica and the other foot in chain gang blues an integral sound that has brought the two hues together as one genre. The Fragile Souls take pride in giving the listener a visual experience; their tracks evoke the primal gift of dance and the deep dream like trance of a movie soundtrack “Devil Sun” Fragile Souls’s next single launches on 3rd March. Alongside the releases will be be two alternative mixes thanks to their friends at Quote Records. This showcase is being used to platform the release.

“ unique with its unusual combination of components (which), through the beauty of music they produce a canny beat and work perfectly together.” Gigslutz review.

“Music when it hits you, it hits you hard – here is Fragile Souls Devils Sun” – Huey Morgan – BBC Radio 2

www.fragilesouls.com
www.facebook.com/TheFragileSouls

JORDAN ALLEN

“Bolton songwriter Jordan Allen has been simultaneously blessed and cursed by the label “Manchester’s Answer to Jake Bugg” – but he’s so much better than that. This fierce, feisty debut single has a tough energy that owes far more to The Hives or Arctic Monkeys – and carries off the kind of swagger and attitude that young Jake can only dream of. Sharp lyrics, great attitude and a seemingly unstoppable momentum behind him – what’s not to like?” Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing.

“It would be easy, but lazy, to describe Jordan Allen as the half-way point between Alex Turner and Jake Bugg. That said, fans of Arctic Monkeys and Bugg will most likely find something in Allen’s songs of Northern accented dark nights and sharp lyrics that they approve of. Unsigned – but probably not for long!” – Fred Perry Subculture

“Intelligent, articulate lyrics laced with an ascerbic wit observing people and situations around them married to robust tunes that already show a rich diversity of sound.” – Even The Stars

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www.facebook.com/jordanallenuk

RACHAEL SAGE

New Yorker, Rachael Sage  combines music with between-song banter, which The New York Times dubbed Sage’s “inner Fanny Brice”, and “Jewish Norah Jones”—even going so far as to call her a comedienne.

A soulful vocalist,  innovative multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and producer. Rachael Sage has become one of the busiest touring artists in independent music, performing 100+ dates a year with her band The Sequins throughout the US, UK, Europe and Asia.

Sage has shared stages with Sarah McLachlan, A Great Big World, Judy Collins, Colin Hay, Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn, The Animals and Ani DiFranco. She has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and received numerous songwriting awards including The John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Grand Prize) and several Independent Music Awards. Her songs have appeared on MTV, HBO, the “Fame” soundtrack, and in the current season of Lifetime’s #1 reality series, “Dance Moms”

“One part Elton John, one part Kate Bush.” — Uncut

“Her keen ironic sense of humor and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter” — billboard.com

www.rachaelsage.com
www.facebook.com/rachaelsagepage

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Mr. Bukit: Leave

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Wed, 04/22/2015 - 12:00
Mr. Bukit “Hailing from the east of the Netherlands, Mr. Bukit is a four piece indie rock band formed in the summer of 2014. The group’s musical style has been described as catchy reverb-ish indierock with postpunk, dreampop and shoegaze influences that takes inspiration from the likes of Interpol, Foals and DIIV.

“The band, centered on the songwriting partnership of Joren Heuvels and Bram Schabbink, also includes Tom Groeneveld on bass and Mette Veldhuis on drums.” [bio]

Their new EP As We Stand In Line will be released soon.

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TJWS 283: From the Blunderbuss!

The Justin Wayne Show - Wed, 04/22/2015 - 11:20

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At least the USA half of the show (Justin) begins his tenure at Blunderbuss – a creative collective in Bozeman, Montana. The gang here has been so welcoming and has built us a small broadcast booth in the work area of the compound. It’s pretty sweet! You’ll also hear about Claire’s wonderful holiday and some excellent new additions to the line-up she’s found since she returned.

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Mathien brings an excellent song, “Drift” to us from his new album The Freedom Tapes

The Playlist Title Album Artist Cold Dedric Clark Dedric Clark and the Social Animals Drift Freedom Tapes Mathien Hey Girl Ani-K Ani-K Give and Take Give and Take (single) Cody Beebe and the Crooks On the Run (feat. Brian Lenington) On The Run Robar Brazil  Brazil (single) Gerard Smith Rain Is Good For Migrains Kolo Kolo The New Black The New Black (single) Cherisha Etnel Love Song Love Song (single) Mr. Woolf and his Music Tenterhooks The Bullet Birdeatsbaby Out Ahead Out Ahead (single) Anna Pancaldi Early Morning Early Morning (single) Holly Morwenna The Fall I Must Be Gone And Live, Or Stay And Die The Glass Child Let’s Be Bolder Let’s Be Bolder (single) Hanna’s Marines Happy Birthday (Dear Human) Singles 2014 Tom Rosenthal Helpless Blue Roses Rachael Sage Crisper What We Do Shook Twins Your Mother One, For Words Keston Cobblers Club Minnesota Son Take A Stand Pepper And Shepherd To Find a Friend Not Turning Back EP Dirty Proper

 

See you next week!

~JW and CR

Emerald Park: LiberTeens

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 12:00

LiberteensMalmo, Sweden’s Emerald Park are back with a sample from their forthcoming release, GO! GO! GO!. The first single, “Liberteens” comes from the promising new album due June 23rd.

The song “Liberteens” was written after the group had listened to some Imogen Heap and were deciding on how best to incorporate Autotune into their music.

We’ve also embedded the great song and video below for the pretty recent release of “Blue” from the “Black Box EP” in July 2014. The video was shot by Ormdadet Film & Media in April 2014 outside The AstraStube in Hamburg the day after an Emerald Park gig.

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Emerald Park – LiberTeens by Emerald Park is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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Re-Post of Show #311 from 4/24/2011

No Idle Frets - Mon, 04/20/2015 - 22:04
This show originally was published on April 24, 2011

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Good Morning Finch: Gemini

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Mon, 04/20/2015 - 17:54
Good Morning Finch Today’s Dose is the title track from the new album by Italian Band Good Morning Finch.

It is their follow-up to their previous EP, which was a pure post-rock release, their first full length album brings Good Morning Finch in a different area, forging a shoegaze sound with pop lyrics and post-rock instrumentals. [from bio]

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 180

Idiosyncratic Transmissions - Mon, 04/20/2015 - 04:24

All music has been provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.

Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.

Deepshade – Bring the Axe Down
fake chatter - leonard
Frog – Judy Garland
InRegalia – Was It A Dream
Shards – Just To Get Something Started
Kid Galahad – Vestibule

 

AMPed Show #488

AMPed Weekly Show - Mon, 04/20/2015 - 04:00

Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass

Show: Is This Thing On Podcast
Song: Don't (Nick Tann)

Show: Insomnia Radio: Canada
Song: Dancing With The Devil (Automatic Toys)

Show: DarkCompass
Song: Breaking down (Klogr)

Show: Insomnia Radio
Song: M (La Casa al Mare)

Show: The Bugcast
Song: Maybe I'm In Love (Zack Linton)

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The Vultures: Weakest Storm

Insomnia Radio Daily Dose - Sun, 04/19/2015 - 21:59
Artist The Vultures are a London sextet whose roots lie in five countries spanning three continents, they create songs that strain at the seams with eerie majesty and bewitching melody, courtesy of three-part vocals, cello, violin, viola, bass and drums. This is a band who eschew guitars, synths and digitalism in favour of intense in-the-flesh performance. The group’s darkly gorgeous soundscape encompasses influences from Bjork to Blondie, Serge Gainsbourg to The Pixies, and was beautifully captured on their 2015 debut LP ‘Three Mothers Part 1’, a sensual, sinister and proudly singular masterclass in neo-gothic sonics and timeless tunes. [bio via Lost in the Manor]

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Roadhouse 529

The Roadhouse Podcast - Sat, 04/18/2015 - 22:47
This week's Roadhouse is another hour of great music with a nice mix of old blues and new. James Day & The Fish Fry, Danielle Nicole, Jimmy Reed, Robben Ford, and Beth Hart represent where we've come from and where we're going. And, I'm sure you'll hear the old in the new. It's another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 529th Roadhouse.
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