Another hastily prepared podcast. Actually, I quite like doing this on the hoof. I can’t believe I used to spend hours finely crafting the show only to incompetently bumble my way though it anyway. I reckon this “as live recording” is as good as any other – although I do tend to babble about my new phone way more than anyone (myself included) is likely to be interested in. The thing is, and to paraphrase “Clerks”, I shouldn’t even really be here – I should have got my ass into gear and have gone to see Low in Glasgow tonight. But I didn’t. So you get this show instead. The sacrifices I make for my “art”…
1. Family Selection Box – “breaking all the pieces apart” (Played courtesy of Family Selection Box, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. HIGH SUNN – “Long Distance” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
3. HEHFU – “Flowers” (Played courtesy of HEHFU)
4. A.H.Doune – “Spinning Records” (Played courtesy of A.H. Doune)
5. Low – “Sunflower” (Played courtesy of Live Music Archive / Low)
6. Lame Drivers – “Frozen Egg” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #214
The Countdown Begins …….
- V for Violence: The Downfall Part II (from “The Book of V” , Helsinki, Finland, Inverse Records)
- Blëed: Obelisk (from “The Hatred Inside”, Alberta, Canada)
- Elderoth: This Shadow by My Side (from “Mystic”, Calgary, Canada, Asher Media)
- Raum Kingdom: Cross Reference (from “All We Expected”, Ireland)
- The Wrath: Pull The Trigger (from “Disillusions & Resolutions”, Gold Coast, Australia)
- Iniquitous Savagery: Prey to The Agonies of Morbid Apprehension (from “Subversions of The Psyche”, Glasgow, Scotland)
- Tripod: Safe Place (from “Devil Feeder”, Norway)
- KMDFM: Salvation (Single Release, Germany)
- Simulacrum: The Abomination (from “Sky Divided”, Turku, Finland)
- Tanagra: The Path to Talmor (from “None of This is Real”, Portland, Oregon, USA)
- Deadspace: With Tears of Callous Lust (from “The Promise of Oblivion”, Perth, Australia)
- Scale The Summit: Kestrel (from “V”, Texas, USA, Prosthetic Records)
- Murashita: Inescapable Damnation (from “Inescapable Damnation, LA, USA)
- Marty Friedman: Jasmin Cyanide (from “Inferno Bonus Tracks”, Tokyo, Japan)
- The Unravelling: The Hydra’s Heart (from “Tear a hole in The Collective Vision”, Calgary, Canada)
- Deadhead Feel: Hard to Explain (Worcester, UK)
- Elegies: Cobweb Eyes (Sheffield, UK)
- Rendezvous Point: Para (from “Solar Storm”, Kristiansand, Norway)
- Villainy: Syria (from “Dead Sight”, Auckland, New Zealand
- New Device: Hollywood Radio (from “Devils on The Run”, London, UK)
Utretch Netherlands based indie electro artist Sofie Letitre released The Uncanny Valley EP on the 21st of September, the first beautiful down-tempo single “Slip” having been released on July 5th. The entire new six track (13 inc remixes) release is out via digital (iTunes, Spotify & Beatport) and 12 inch vinyl through Division Recordings.
In addition, the new video for the track ‘Home’ went live on September 22nd and can be viewed below. Art direction for this creative effort is by Lex Vesseur & Jelmer Buitenga; Editing by Lex Vesseur; Styling & Choreography by Laura AndalouSlip HypeMachine
The band are:
Graham Bockmiller (guitar, vocals)
Stephen Johnson (lead guitar, vocals)
Paul Hiller (Bass)
Rich Carrillo (drums)
You’ve got Claire taking through tonnes of great music, some new and some old but all worth a listen. Tune in for all the other good stuff also: our free music feature,the gig guide, and the first play from the October Top 10!The Playlist: Title Album Artist Half Life Half Life Blair Jollands Sweet Nothings Jonjoswann Sleep The World Away Animal Farm Master High Horses Home With You Home With You Elle Exxe Undo Miccoli One Stone The Buzzard Orchestral Seven Miles Adventure The Alpine Camp Sign Runabay Carry On Some Build Castles Rebecca Cullen Monsters Angus Powell Weightless (Single Version) The Manic Shine Castro Do You Want To Rule The World Kolo Lipstick Teeth Van Susans Tear Down The Circus Kimmo Olavi Colours of the sky Old Bohemia Human aka Man’s Lot Human aka Man’s Lot – Single The 150 Friends Club The Beat Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Black Satin Ethereal Foxy & The Hares 01 Somersaults MP3 Seasons master 1 Esperi If I Stay Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Shadows In The Night Painted Faces Jess McAllister Native Man JD Weaver
See you next time!
Cloudkicker is the project of Pennsylvania based artist Ben Sharp who has been making music under the banner of Cloudkicker since 2007. He reportedly writes, records, mixes, and masters all of his material at his home in Pittsburgh, including the newest ‘Little Histories’, which released this past December.
Digital Lightning comes from a very substantial five track EP which we think all of our readers will really love, one of the strongest releases to date we’ve heard thus far in the last year. Another stunner is the closing track ‘Hassan’, not to be missed.Available at BC via Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) and FMA via Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Digital Lightning HypeMachine
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Neon Niteclub – U Keep Me Up All Nite
Dead Clones – Robot With Remote Control In Hand
Late Nite Cable – All Nite Girl
Doc Aquatic – Arrived
Jake Aldridge feat. Kelly Jenns – Pieces of Me
Mary Jennings – One Brick
Hosted this week by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool
The 121st episode of the JTIP is an interval session of mixed genres. There are 2 interval segments at 180 BPM. The BPM range is 100-180. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.
My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.
More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.
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1. DW Void – Lost (in) Dreams (Lisboa, Portugal)
2. The Walks – Clockwork (Coimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Outubro]
3. Guy Fox – Mind’s Eye (São Francisco, E.U.A.)
4. Wild Leaves – Open Sky (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
5. Benjamim – Volkswagen (Lisboa, Portugal)
6. Few Fingers – From Pale to Red (Leiria, Portugal)
7. Atua – Pérfida (Lisboa, Portugal)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
- Ball of Confusion
Fun Da Mental
- Savior Complex
- Chennai Bass
- Al Wa’ed
Fun Da Mental
- Stylite Dub (Iron Collar Remix)
Secret Archives of the Vatican
Oh, bird of my soul, fly away now, For I possess a hundred fortified towers. Rumi
Brazzmatazz is a 18 -piece brass band formed in 2014 on and off the stage and via the streets of Ghent Belgium. As they are a bunch of musicians from different corners of the musical universe, they are influenced by New Orleans Funk, Balkan Ska, Drum ‘n Bass, Jazz, Reggae and many other genres which they bring their improvisational sound fully to bear on. Today’s track comes via their new three song EP released in June, ‘HUA!’, which you can check out all the tracks from via the Bandcamp and Soundcloud links below!
A record setting list of members follow: Sanne “Vlechtjes” Werkers: Conductor Dylan “Big red lobsta lova” Meersman: Trumpet Merijn Landuyt: Trumpet Leen “Beervoet” Bervoets: Trumpet Kwinten “Eufrazie” VDK: Alto Sax Liesbeth “Bethsy Bobo” Vleminckx: Alto Sax Bauke “Lilly Willy” Meersman: Tenor Sax Stein Nuyts: Tenor Sax Floris “4 To The Flor” Verhoeven: Baritone Sax Joris “8ball Boris” Meys: Baritone Sax Maarten “Kreeftje” Vanhoucke: Trombone Pieter “Pita” Verraes: Trombone Jasper “Jappa” Braeckman: Trombone Joël “fluweeltje” Dockx: Sousaphone Wim “Wimkloek” Michels: Sousaphone Klaas De Coninck: Snaredrum Tars “Tarzan” Van Der Vaerent: Percussion Jonathan Glorie: Bassdrum Jonas “Master Fader Masturbator” Meirsschaut: Sound TechnicianHua! HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Hacks, anti-competitiveness, and 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Eleison Band – Junto A Mi – from Mexico City, Mexico – source
- The VON – Nothing To Fear – from Boca Raton, FL – source
- Slingshot Miracle – Waiting – from Calgary, AB – source
- Serengety – Yesterday – from Washington, DC – source
- AnDy Darling – Keep It Inside – from Prague, Czech Republic – source
- Lilly Wolf – Promises And Plans – from Brooklyn, NY – source
- DisH Band – Grave Digger – from St Petersberg, Russia – source
- Deanmoore – Illusions – from Lichtenvoorde, Netherlands – source
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The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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Ubuntu Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
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