- Inire: Endless (Quebec, Canada)
- Marauder: Son of Thunder (from Bullethead, Greece)
- Skeletoon: Heroes Don’t Complain (from Curse of The Avenger, Revalve Records)
- Ragestorm: Moloch (from The Thin Line Between Hope and Ruin, Italy)
- Revenience: Flail (from Daedalus, Italy Sliatrick Records)
- Blackwood: Breaking God’s Spine (from As The World Rots Away)
- Astrakhan: Omajod (from Reward in Purpose, Vancouver, Canada)
- I am Noah: Rise of Mankind (from The Verdict, Germany, Bastardised Records)
- Ad Vitam: There was Blood Everywhere (from Stratosfear, Italy)
- Fear of Domination: Primordial (from Atlas, Finland)
- Saintorment: Son of The Wasteland (from Well of Sins, Latvia)
- Anion: God’s Day Off (from Fractions of Failure, Vancouver, Canada)
- C.B.Murdoc: The Green (from Here be Dragons, ViciSolum Productions, Stockholm, Sweden)
- Heavens Cry: The Human Factor (From Outcast, Montreal, Canada, Prosthetic Records)
- Solarium: Beg for Your Life (from I.T.S.C., Winnipeg, Canada,Horror Pain Gore Death Productions , Clawhammer)
- Ash bringer: Solace (from Yügen, Minnesota, USA, Avantgarde Records)
- Adolyne: Crown (from Of Ash/Of Shit/Of Shame, Saskatchewan, Canada, Asher)
- Deathtale: From Hell (from Whole World Burns, Austria, Terrasound Records)
- Highrider: The Moment (Plutonium) (from Armageddon Rock, Sweden, The Sign Records, Against PR)
- Lizzies: Viper (from Good Luck, Spain, The Sign Records)
Episode number 156 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists
Release Date: Tue 28 June 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- The Jet Reds – On and On (from Double A Time To Fly)
Newcastle Upon Tyne | BandCamp
- Suzerain – I know You So well (from Identity)
London | Web Site
- Winter 1982 – Worry (Single)
Birmingham | Facebook
- Michael Forsyth – Falling Down (from Stop for The World)
Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland | Facebook
- Bad Pollyanna – Out of My Mind (from The Broken Toys)
West Yorkshire | Web Site
- Cheap Meat – Sweetness, Take Me Back (from The Parts That Show EP)
London | Web Site
- Kancho! – Suspension (from Two Finger Salute)
Oxford | Facebook
- O Captain – Rotten in Denmark
Sheffield | BandCamp
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica
Rasta Bacca comes from the November 2012 12-track release, Dark Hearts, by Bethlehem Pennsylvania based indie pop duo, SLINGSHOT DAKOTA. We recently fell in love with this album after stumbling across it while checking out tracks by friends with similar tastes on Bandcamp. We thought this excellent track would make a good introduction to the group’s material and hope you find time to pick up the entire album.
In addition, the band also has a new nine-track highly lauded LP, “Break” released this past March via Topshelf Records, which you can also grab at the Bandcamp link below.Rasta Bacca by Slingshot Dakota is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) License Rasta Bacca HypeMachine
Hi all, yes I am back with a great new episode of your favourite music podcast, possibly.
This week, apart from a mild rant about the EU at the start, great music from Emker – Error, The Pink Diamond Review – Miss Lonely Hearts, Psilies – Kite, Marvin B Naylor – Human God, Lauren Strange – Runner, Exit World – Doesn’t That Blow Your Mind, Capitol Heights – Spec plus a live song from me as yet untitled.
Good enough for ya?
Martin’s new release [“The Color Scheme” which will be released August 26, from which today’s Dose is the single] is a tribute to his passing father that combines lyrically driven and classic songwriting techniques with a modern and, at times, psychedelic twist. [via Green Light Go Publicity]
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
“I first got the idea for Terminal Cases one afternoon while watching the movie ‘Jumanji,’” Los Angeles-based Matt Bennett recalls of the beginning of what would become his debut album Terminal Cases, a collection of ten songs, each titled after, and based on, the films of Robin Williams. “I wrote a song based around it that told the story of a man revisiting his childhood home and not recognizing any of his surroundings. I decided to structure the project around the album Berlin by Lou Reed,” Bennett explains. “I had been fascinated by Berlin since I was in high school, especially the song ‘The Kids.’” [via Fanatic Promotion]
1. Let’s Eat Grandma – Eat Shiitake Mushrooms
2. Planet Ticket – 1996
3. Indian Zephyr – We Are
Bandcamp (mp3 grátis)
4. dw Void – O Checo
5. The Weatherman – To The Universe (Porto, Portugal)
6. The Loafing Heroes – Gypsy Waltz [artista do mês de Junho]
7. Stone Cold Fox – Change My Mind
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.Facebook, TuneIn, Twitter
En ce dimanche 26 juin 2016, voici la liste des artistes qui sont présent dans la septante deuxième édition.
Un grand merci à Lainey, pour le jingle d’introduction, je constate que les cours de français font leur effet !
Le prochain épisode d’Euterpia Radio, c’est dans deux semaines, bien sûr. Mais d’ici là, vous pourrez me retrouver aux commandes du Bugcast !
En effet, Caroline et Dave ne pourront pas assurer « le show » vendredi 1 juillet. Du coup, c’est Lainey et moi-même qui prenons les commandes. C’est à partir de 21:30 heure de Londres, soit 22:30 heure de Zurich. Rendez-vous sur http://thebugcast.org/live pour nous écouter en direct. Vous pourrez aussi participer à la discussion dans la « chat room ». Je vous attends !
- Doomsday Outlaw – Wait Until Tomorrow (Suffer More, 2016)
- Rocket Van – 15 Minutes (Prototype, 2016)
- Aquadog – What Can I Do (Aquadog, 2015)
- The Humble Grapes – Brooklyn Bridge (Brooklyn Bridge, 2015)
- Sharon Knight – Whisper Your Name (Portals, 2016)
- Honey Ryder – Born In A Bottle (Born In A Bottle, 2016)
- Jack Michael – 3 A.M. (3 A.M. (Single), 2016)
- Killatrix – Supersonic (Supersonic (Single), 2016)
- John Berry – I Get That All The Time (What I Love The Most, 2016)
- Victor Wainwright and The WildRoots – Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (Boom Town, 2015)
Introduction musicale : Josh Woodward, Too Many Valleys.
Fermeture musicale : Josh Woodward, With A Whimper.
Los Angeles’ 50FOOTWAVE is back with the new release of their excellent ‘Bath White‘ EP via HHBTM Records, the sixth mini-album since forming in 2004. This very solid EP was produced by Los Angeles producer Mudrock, best known for his work with Godsmack.
Comprised of Kristin Hersh and Bernard Georges of Throwing Muses, and monster drummer Rob Ahlers, this LA-based power trio is known for pioneering the name-your-own-price movement, which began with their 2005 release “Free Music“, one of the first groups known for continuously releasing music in this fashion. Named after the lowest note audible to human ears, 50FOOTWAVE was intended as an outlet for the noise/math rock pieces that didn’t fit the aesthetic of Throwing Muses or Kristin Hersh’s solo work.
‘Bath White‘ is available on CD and vinyl through HHBTM Records or via digital download from the Bandcamp link below. Deluxe 12″ color vinyl packages also include full-size artwork, a screen-printed tote bag and a limited edition button.
This week on The Bugcast: anticipation of one vote, and the fallout of another, plus our usual mix of 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- The Storming Elephants – Rooftop – from Ajdovscina, Slovenia – source
- 2 Minutes To Go – Way Too Far – from Moscow, Russia – source
- Desfatinaction Trio – Tra la genta – from Italy – source
- Alice Underground – Catch Me Before Midnight – from Los Angeles, CA – source
- Cightnore – No No No – from Russia – source
- Killo-Gram – Jumper – from Rivne, Ukraine – source
- Joan In The Fires – For You – from Virginia, USA – source
- Terrible Terrible – Between A Breath – from New York City, NY – source
Podcast Awards announced Sunday 26 June at 8pm EST
(Monday 27 June at 00:00 UTC, 01:00 BST, or 02:00 CEST)
Welcome to listeners redirected from Podcast Awards
Dave’s black eye
The UK votes to leave in the EU Referendum (we didn’t though)
600 Second Saga podcast/writing
Amazon: Gutted: Beautiful Horror Anthology
RIP John Marr (Caroline’s uncle)
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 416, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 1 July 2016 at 21:30 UK time (BST/GDT/UTC+1).
- Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you’ll need a Telegram account)
- Glasgow Podcrawl – starting Friday 29 July 2016 at 18:00 UK time in the State Bar, Glasgow
- London Podcrawl – starting Saturday 20 August at 12:00 in the Argyll Arms, Argyll Street, London W1F
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 media files
Ubuntu 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
The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network
To mark the 3000th Daily Dose (it started in April 2008), we’re reposting the first one, by Austin Texas based The Black Angels. The band are still going strong, and have released five albums, four EPs and eight singles over the years. The Black Angels took their name from the Velvet Underground song “The Black Angel’s Death Song”. Check out their Wikipedia page below for more details.
Picture By gina pina from Austin, TX, USA – the Black Angels, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34695305
This is what we wrote at the time:
The band formed in 2004 and released Passover two years later to critical acclaim. Most of all, Passover established The Black Angels as a band with brains, balls and a strong message. Directions continues this tradition of being honest and unapologetic “Our central theme is that people need to open up their minds and let everything come through… to learn from past mistakes,” says Christian. “Only then will we understand the reality of this world and progress beyond where we are now as humans…“War is Peace.Freedom is Slavery.Ignorance is Strength. Keep Music Evil.”
Gothenburg Sweden indie-rock quartet Great Hare has recently returned with their newest and lengthy single ‘A Second Chance‘ released last month on the 1st of May. It perfectly delivers the goods following the previous year’s feature here of favorite, ‘Call Me Stupid‘.
A Second Chance is available on all streaming services and as a free download from SoundCloud and Bandcamp.A Second Chance by Great Hare is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) License A Second Chance HypeMachine
Know how there are some days where you just want to stay home and watch TV? The June 12 show was one of those days for me. I didn’t go out and find a whole lot of new music, so I slapped together a catalog show and played it for the radio audience while I sat in the studio and watched the Germany v. Ukraine match on my phone. (Of course, Germany won.)
There’s still lots of great music in this show, though, so either ignore or fast forward past my talking for this one.
Be sure to tune into WHUP-LP FM 104.7 in Hillsborough, NC, this Sunday at 3:00 PM Eastern Time for an all-new edition of Dave’s Lounge.
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge On The Radio #10:
(00:00) January – Where Do You Put Your Heart
(06:55) Rising Appalachia + The Human Experience – Swoon
(10:32) Randy Seidman, Rogerio Jardim, & Tommy Cunningham – It’s On My Mind
(13:37) Astronaut Wife – Late Now (Remix)
(17:41) Natalie Walker – With You (Dive Index Remix)
(23:11) Groovecatcher – Intoxicated
(29:36) Merge of Equals – Like An Arrow
(34:14) Two Loons For Tea – Sunset Room
(39:10) Sly – Like Love
(47:06) SoulAvenue feat. Shaheen Sheik – Different
(51:49) Sango – Affection (feat. JMSN)
(55:48) starRo – Touching the Void (feat. Mikezilla)
(1:00:38) Anthony Valadez – Asleep (feat. Anna Wise)
(1:05:52) Arthur Loves Plastic v. Lisa Moscatiello – I Can Dream
(1:08:49) Artemis – Supernatural
(1:13:30) Architect – Immaterial (The Walton Hoax Remix)
(1:18:18) Nanobyte – Part of Life (feat. Mary Lambert)
(1:25:01) Quadraphonic Sound Project – You’re Already Gone
(1:32:44) DJ Cam – Uncomfortable (feat. Chris James)
(1:37:35) Ego Ella May – Underwater
(1:40:56) Mouchette – Throw Down
(1:45:55) Pallidust – Meridian
(1:54:15) Marlena Shaw – Woman of the Ghetto (Akshin Alizadeh Remix)
In No Place digital release is set for July 5th, 2016 with their EP Release performance at Chicago’s renowned Metro July 9th.
- Media Solution: Destroy Something Beautiful (from The Prelude, Photo by Alex Solca, Los Angeles, USA, Pavement Entertainment)0:00:26
- Sinnery: Built To Kill (from A Feast of Fools, Tel Aviv, Israel)0:02:58
- West Thebarton Brothel Party: Red or White (Single Release, Adelaide, Australia)0:07:17
- Goddess: The Withering (from The Withering, Oslo, Norway)0:10:25
- Misteyes: Creeping Time (from Creeping Time, Torino, Italy)0:29:06
- Volymian: Line of Fire (from Maze of Madness, Vantaa, Finland)0:35:33
- Advermix: Messenger of Death (from Pandeathmic, Murcia, Spain)0:39:31
- Celestial Ruin: No Quarter (from Pandora, Canada)0:43:03
- Skeleton Wolf: M.P.F.F. (from Skeleton Wolf)0:48:33
- Without Mercy: In Waves (from Mouichido, Vancouver, Canada, Asher)0:53:10
- Overtures: Angry Animals (from Artifacts, Gorizia, Italy, Against PR)0:57:13
- Scarlett Riot: Voices (from Scentience, Scunthorpe, UK)1:01:28
- Death Lullaby: Renegade (from Wormz, Quebec, Canada)1:05:08
- Devolted: My Monster (from Broken Wings, Tallinn, Estonia, Against PR)1:08:00
- Inferior: Divine Spectres (from The Red Beast, Sweden)1:12:30
- The Closed Circle: The Lie (from Love, Shine & Die, Colombia)1:15:50
- Schammasch: In Dialogue with Death (from Triangle, Basel, Germany, Prosthetic Records)1:19:45
- Malevolentia:Völuspá (from République, Belfort, France)1:26:03
- Ignea: Alga (Single Release, Kiev, Ukraine)1:33:07
- Grand Rezerva: Dead End (Sweden)1:39:20
The last single Yer Name dropped on 3 February 2016, while the newest officially releases today with a single release party accompanying it on Jun 23rd at the Day Block Brewing Company in Minneapolis, MN. Silverback Colony and Monica LaPlante also on the lineup.Calico Cool HypeMachine
The EP plays with the idea of each song, or rather story, taking place inside the imagination of a narrator. “Lily-Rose,” a folk anthem about an independent woman who does not return the narrator’s affections, is an Irish ballad with a modern twist.
The rolling drums drive the Gaelic rhythm of the the song, as an earthy acoustic guitar meets a dancing staccato piano piece. “Lily-Rose” feels like a traditional folk song, with a contemporary love story that in itself can be considered timeless. Just as the wild flowers of the green Irish hills grow wild and free, Lily-Rose just wants to find her own independence. [via Green Light Go publicity]
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.