Hosted this week by Dave & Caroline Lee of The Bugcast
Be My Man
by Sweet Soubrette
Submited by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool
Sweet Soubrette’s dark, edgy love songs feature the songwriting, vocals and ukulele of Ellia Bisker (recipient of four ASCAP Plus Awards for her songwriting), along with a talented backing band of bass, drums, piano, strings, and horns. Bisker honed her performance chops playing ukulele in the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, and the glittery eyelashes she wears onstage hint at her vaudeville origins.
Where the Roads Cross
by Anne Davis
Submited by Matt Brier of Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Anne Davis is a "folk-alternative" artist who has been singing songs for as long as she can remember. She wrote all 15 songs on her debut album Letters, Prayers, and Journal entries. In addition she insisted on using only real, actual instruments in the recording(no drum machines or computer generated sounds) giving it an overall organic feel.
Forgiving The Cleansing Meteor
Submited by Ro of DarkCompass
Junius are a four piece post-rock band from Boston, blending powerfully deep lyrics with a phenomenal wall of sound.
Forgiving the Cleansing Meteor is taken from their latest release on the Prosthetic Records label, called "Days of the Fallen Sun" and have recently toured Europe with Wolves Like Us, another favourite of DarkCompass.
by Kill Matilda
Submited by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
This track comes from their EP due out March 4th 2014. The band will be touring all over Canada in the coming months. If you like Hole, Garbage, The Misfits, or Paramore you're sure to enjoy this track.
by Spring The Trap
Submited by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
Spring The Trap are based in Seattle Washington, and this from their recent eponymous EP. You can stream that from their ReverbNation site.
by Head Phones President
Submited by Erk of Erk FM: Metal Monday
Head Phones President have been on Erk's radar for some time. They are a Japanese female fronted metal band who have toured around various parts of the world, amazing fans with powerful vocals & musicianship. Fans have even traveled to Japan to see them perform in their home country.
by Head Phones President
Submited by Erk of Erk FM
During Erk's recent trip to Japan, he searched out Head Phones President, hoping to see them live. However, the band were between gigs. Heading to the Tower Records store in Shibuya, Erk thought that the logical place to find this female fronted metal band was in the metal section of the store.
Hosted this week by Ro of DarkCompass
Hosted this week by Chris from Canada of Insomnia Radio: Canada
Hosted this week by Stuart Morrison of Insomnia Radio
Hosted this week by Rich Palmer of Audio Gumshoe
Hosted this week by Matt Brier of Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Hosted this week by Peter Clitheroe of Suffolk 'n' Cool