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“Innerventions was written and recorded in Summer 2013, only to be forgotten and excavated nearly a year and a half later and finally produced and released. A followup to February 2013’s EP Kid, it draws from traditions of rock and psychedelia to weave stories of love, self-doubt, and other universals.”
Yes, we’ve got another in-studio session and interview on the show today with an intriguing artist. This week it’s Kyle M. Helm who shares with us how he got started playing, the state of the Bozeman, Montana music scene and where he’s headed in his songwriting and live performance. He also plays a brand new tune for us, and one of my favorites too. You’ll hear some great new tracks to the show as well as a few from the archive, as we always do.
Note: you might notice a lack of presenting/chat near the end of the show. After we fixed Claire’s microphone on the new connection, I pushed the wrong button and stopped the feed from the mics going to the recording. My apologies, but the music is still there!The Playlist Title Album Artist Comet Bucket of Leaves Sally Crosby Wherever You Go Wherever You Go Caddy Vintage New Role EP Count the Thief Pretty Ghosts No Vengeance Sama Dams Pins Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Bombshell Bombshell Josh Sargeant Love is Infinite Nakisha Esnard‘s Album Nakisha Esnard Moon & Sun Cherry Blossoms Vincent Lio Quirky Girls [MAIDEN] , Mother, Crone Jordan Reyne Rebecca Rebecca Angharad Drake The Life and Death of an Oak Tree Hunter Dumped Us Here Put Our Guns Away Taste for Blood Smokey Brights Interview and Session with Kyle M. Helm I Remember When Live at Blunderbuss Studio Kyle M Helm Leave Me Alone Live at Blunderbuss Studio Kyle M Helm Error In Judgement Walking Distance The Old Soles Man of Worth The One Takes, Volume 1 Pepper And Shepherd Cold Dedric Clark Dedric Clark Brothers and Sisters The One Takes, Volume 2 Jess McAllister Ten Goodbyes Lost in the Waiting – EP Tim Atlas
See you next week!
~JW and CR
The excellent new single Magic Sky is apparently a return to his old sound, released as a free track in the past few weeks. In his approach here, he doesn’t use any guitar, only synths, a nod to the past. He’s apparently amassed over a million plays via his personal Soundcloud – definitely something to take note of.
You can leave him love at any of his social sites listed below and make sure to bookmark his Soundcloud page:Magic Sky HypeMachine
Yup, it’s cinco de mayo – or the 5th of May for everyone outside of the United States! We voted here today, so I rant about that, and the CCW checks in about last episode! Thanks for listening and send me your comments!! zaldor AT GMAIL DOT COM !!
“About the track: This song makes prominent use of an Omnichord…one of the best things to come out of the 1980s (along with neon orange anything and Frankie Say Relax T-shirts). Also, it’s about attending high school with a psychopathic Roman emperor-to-be. So…good times.” [bio]
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Ahem. Look, in my defence I did say that the last podcast was going to be the last REGULARLY SCHEDULED podcast for a while. And it is, what? 9 or 10 days since the last one? So that’s irregular. Otherwise this is basically what you’ve come to expect. Rambling and music.
This time the rambling is from my new standing desk contraption – aka a chest of drawers with a half open drawer and strategically placed planks of wood. There is a chance the whole thing may collapse on top of me during the show.
1. Poor Things – “No Way Jose” (Played courtesy of Gerry Loves Records)
2. OOPS – “Miss Yourself” (Played courtesy of OOPS, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. dreambook – “Rare Lapse” (Played courtesy of dreambook, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. Lowpines – “Salt Tales” (Played courtesy of EardrumsPop)
5. Featherfin – “If You Were Coming in the Fall (featuring Alison Eales)” (Played courtesy of EardrumsPop)
6. DIET CIG – “Pool Boyz” (Played courtesy of DIET CIG)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #206
“AVF offers Alternative Pop Music with various influences. It’s A Mix Of Analog And Synthetic Sounds Accompanying The Female Lead Singer, Supported By An Electro Acoustic Rhythm Section. AVF’s lyrics explore the good and the bad side of human nature in an empathic way.” [about via Jamendo]
1. Broad Beans – The Farmer (Ribeira Grande, Portugal) [artistas do mês de Maio]
2. Rifte N’ Roll – De Regresso (Ponta Delgada, Portugal)
3. Ivory Hours – The Attic (London, Canadá)
4. Cuushe – Tie (Tokyo, Japão)
5. Yumi Zouma – Catastrophe (Christchurch, Nova Zelândia)
6. Aloa Input – KRuth the Commnitsrk Blues (Munique, Alemanha)
Comprar: Morr Music
7. Blunda – Surrender (North Hollywood, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Novembro]
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
It’s a good day when you stumble across such a soulful track as the downtempo-laced ‘Numb’ by Janelle Kroll via Soundcloud’s explore feature. New York based songwriter Kroll is apparently best known for providing vocals to house legend Dennis Ferrer’s ‘Mind Ur Step’. Success followed topping charts on Beatport/Traxsource, also gathering some good radio placement. She is originally from the musically inclined city of Chicago, an honest and emotive vocalist who takes pride in the human connection found within her music.
‘Numb’ looks to possible be her newest single, a stirring effort, and by far one of the best we’ve heard thus far this year with great crossover potential. It was released a few short weeks back alongside her other excellent track ‘Sunny Days’. Now that she is based in NYC, new music from Janelle Kroll can reportedly be heard live in the flesh at venues like Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl, the Lower East Side’s Pianos, Ella Lounge, and more.
Check her social links below for the latest news and possible tour dates.Numb HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: The loss of another musical legend and a music streaming service, Election fever in the UK, plus we play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Jara – She Knows – from San Diego, CA – source
- A Virtual Friend – Paris La Nuit – from Neuchtal, Switzerland – source
- Jeffrey Philip Nelson – Better Memories – from Redondo Beach, CA – source
- Joe Atman – Johnny Johnny Red Bird – from Claremont, CA – source
- Heifervescent – Colder Than The Edge Of Space – from Southport, UK – source
- Mirva – Stay With Me – from Sydney, Australia – source
- madelyniris – Ghost – from St Louis, MO – source
- The Rinn – I Will Awake – from St Petersburg, Russia – source
BBC News: R&B legend Ben E King dies at 76
BBC News: Grooveshark music-sharing service closes down
BBC News: General Election in the UK
BBC News: Sandi Toksvig campaigns for equality with new political party
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 359, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 8 May 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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 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
Audio Graffiti for replaying the show on their station
“The Traveling Suitcase is a 3-piece rock outfit from Oshkosh, WI. Starting in 2010, the Suitcase has been unpacking all over the country having toured to Seattle, Nashville, Colorado, and all over the Midwest. Their musical amalgamation slams their listeners into a world of medicinal bass lines, teeth whitening guitar solos, and ecstatic songs that awaken our inner child.” [from bio via Planetary Group]
- The Rezillos: Nearly Human (from “Zero”, Scotland, Metropolis Records)
- Lungless: Inhale (from “Inhale”, Canada, Asher)
- The Dreaming: Kisses Taste Like Death (from “Rise Again”, USA)
- Wings of Thanatos: Atonement for Sin (from “Dualism EP”, Adelaide, Australia)
- Damian Murdoch Trio: The Dragon Slayed The Princess (from “Electric Tentacles”, Melbourne, Vienna, Prosthetic Records)
- Entropy O.A.C: Endless Fire (from “Dark Clouds and Clarity”, Wisconsin, USA, Pavement Ent, Clawhammer)
- Sigh: Graveward (from “Graveyard”, Tokyo, Japan)
- Psychomancer: Just Another Victim (from “Psychomancer”, USA, Orchestrated Misery Recordings, Clawhammer)
- Kosoti: Gone too far (from “Gone too Far”, Nottingham, UK, Bluesoap)
- Konqueror: Became War (from “Embrace the Abyss”, Faroe Islands) Previously SIC
- Spitfire: Fuel to Burn (Single Release, Norway, Indie Recordings)
- Helleborus: Coils (from “The Carnal Sabbath”, USA)
- Halo Creation: Fading Sun (Wein, Austria, Metal Message)
- TriPod: Tomorrow (from “Nevermind This Black Album”, Trondheim, Norway, Music Submit)
- The Unravelling: Revolt (Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Indiependent Music Recordings)
- From Another Planet: Release (Ohio, USA)
- Fall of The Archetype: Psynopsis Part 1: A Breath So ….. (from “Psynopsis”, Bristol, UK)
- Cold in Berlin: The Bell (from “The Comfort of Loss & Dust”, UK, Candlelight)
- In Other Climes: Now I Know (from “Leftover”, Nice, France, Bastardized Recordings, Clawhammer)
- Riksha: Diesel & Cheese (from “Dream Drops Dead”, Salt Lake City, USA, Music Submit, Direct)
- Vidare Black: All Seasons (from “Vidare Black”, Ohio, USA)
- On Scalar Waves: Echoes to Perfection (from “Sequence”, Italy)
Great Hare is an indie rock quartet from Gothenburg, Sweden. Drummer Lars Olausson, singer and guitarist Kalle Mogren, guitarist Anders Holmström and bass player and producer Berne Randulv formed Great Hare a few years ago, after a long hiatus from music. They soon found a cramped loft and turned it into a simple rehearsal and recording studio, subsequently cranking out huge waves of sound. Due to repeated encounters with hares at significant life events, the band was dubbed ‘Great Hare‘ after the giver of life and creator of all things in native American mythology. The band had some more great insights to share about their songwriting process:
“We turn up and turn on the lights at night looking for melodies that want to be turned into songs. Places that exist for a few minutes, with clouds, storms and pockets of calm made of rhythmic low frequencies, pulsating notes and shimmering layers of guitars and vocals. The good ones arrive like waves hitting a beach or echoes of something submerged under the surface. We keep at those to find out how to capture them and put them to use again, like dreams that help you stay awake”
The new EP “Only the Birds” should be out fairly soon, and they’ve also got a new video up for the currently free track “A Faint Light” which looks to also be on the new forthcoming release.Call Me Stupid HypeMachine
Back again! Inspired by an email I received from Ariel Hyatt (of CyberPR) – Talking about music in this episode… new music, old music, why a study says if you’re over 35, you don’t care about new music… also talk about new music from Derek Nicoletto and his new band Foam Ropes.. Let me know your thoughts on all of this!! email zaldor at GMAIL dot COM…