Time In Antarctica is the project of Stewart Cuthew, half of IR Network favourites M1Connect. This new EP is the follow on from To The Sad Parts EP, released in June 2014, and for a limited time is a free download from BandCamp so head over there immediately!
Here we go again!
After a great birthday week, thanks for all the congrats and that, I am back with a great show full of the most amazing independent music you will hear this side of the Pecos.
Amongst some banal chatter from me you can hear The Blazing Rays Of The Sun – Closer, Orbiting Blue – Lullaby for Donna, Josh Kemp – Imaginary Friend, Atomik BEar – Big Deal, By The Rivers – What You See, Rocket Van – 15 minutes, Lunar Rosa – Spread My Ashes ANywhere But Here, Eyes Like The Sky -Dorsal Fin, Damn Vandals – Blows My Mind, Toyface – Hot Summer Day, Nick Tann – That Woman (taken from The Vinyl Project )
The sharp sited of you may notice that I haven’t put links to the artists websites. As it takes up a lot of time do do that so I am leaving that task of finding the bands sites up to you from now on unless the bands want to give details in the comments below…. *waits*
- Gargantua: A Delightful Sense of The Absurd (from Avant-Propos, France)
- NilExistence: The Quietus (from Existence in Revelation, USA)
- Projekt F: Cut Your Wings (from The Butterfly Effect, Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Soliloquium: Zombie (from Absence, Stockholm, Sweden, Transcending Records)
- Inner Blast: Insane (from Prophecy, Portugal, Nordavind Records)
- Billog: Waste of Time (Budapest, Hungary)
- When Blood Falls Down: Imitator (from Ven[Ǝ]aH, Transcending Records)
- SLOT: I Know (from Septima, Moscow, Russia)
- Fabiano Andreacchio and The Atomic Factory: Not Dead Yet (from Living Dead Groove, Italy, Sliptrick Records)
- Debunker: The Logical Zombie (from The Invisible Discorder EP, Portugal)
The last time we heard from Montclair, New Jersey band PINEGROVE here on the Dose was with a track from the EP release of “&” which arrived in 2013. The band returned in mid-February with a new full eight track release “Cardinal“, which we are happy to say is one of the strongest releases we’ve heard thus far this year. We highly recommend picking this one up and checking out the live video below in preparation of their string of upcoming tour dates.
The band has posted the full list via their social sites, which takes them to the East coast of the US, after which the band will eventually make their way to the West coast through San Francisco, and eventually over to the UK, ending up in Dublin in October. See the tour-date dump further below for all the glorious details, as their are loads of live options to satiate you all.
RIYL: Half Waif, Gifts, Tawny Peaks, Alex G, Frankie Cosmos, LAKE, Mount Eerie, Pile, Bon Iver, Porches, Gillian WelchCadmium by Pinegrove is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
The Middle East Upstairs
Transitions Art Gallery
The Rebel Lounge
Los Angeles, CA
House of Blues
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
Louie’s Back Room
Smiling Buddha Bar
Jersey City, NJ
Larmer Tree Gardens
Brudenell Social Club
Isle Of Wight, UK
Clwb Ifor Bach
The Green Door Store
VEGA Musikkens Hus
Ideal Bar, VEGA
The Bodega Social Club
Kasbah Social Club
Music provided by the artists. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
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The Liverpool Acoustic Live monthly showcase returns to Mathew Street this coming Friday 27th May 2016 for a fantastic evening of top-class acoustic music in the intimate setting of the View Two Gallery‘s top floor performance space.
Headlining the show are Jenny Wolsk Bain and Gary Croth, better known as The Squirrel Hillbillies. This Pennsylvania duo delight audiences across their home state and around the world performing their eclectic mix of folk, country and blues in a style they describe as ‘rabidly social and clawingly curious’! You’d be nuts to miss them!
As an added bonus, The Squirrel Hillbillies will be appearing on Billy Butler’s BBC Radio Merseyside show on Friday 27th May from 2.00pm, so why not tune in and listen?
Special guest on the night is popular Protest-Pagan singer-songwriter James J Turner whose cracking new album Spirit, Soul and a Handful of Mud is a fine follow-up to 2012’s How Could We Be Wrong.
Opening the show is The Grateful Fred Ukulele Trio fronted by Grateful Fred Roots and Acoustic Night head honcho Colin Maddocks, along with Pete McPartland (The Big I Am) and Vince Gillespie. Trust us when we say you won’t be disappointed!
At the end of the working week, there’s nothing quite like a good night out listening to fantastic, original music in a warm and inviting venue. Come on down and experience it for yourself, and help support live music in one of the greatest music cities in the world.
- Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live, with The Squirrel Hillbillies, James J Turner, The Grateful Fred Ukulele Trio
- Date: Friday 27th May 2016
- Times: Doors 7.45pm, music 8.15pm
- Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, L2 6RE
- Tickets: £5 advance (+50p booking fee) & £6 on the door
Buy tickets at wegottickets.com/liverpoolacoustic
- The facebook event can be found here
- Details of all Liverpool Acoustic music events can be found at
- Press enquiries & guestlist email firstname.lastname@example.org
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 148
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2. James J Turner – Spirit, Soul and a Handful of Mud
Taken from album of the same name available via James’ website
4. Four Alarm Fire – I’ll Take It All
5. Caroline England – Crashing Down
Caroline is releasing her new album Faking Wonderful at Thornton Hough Village Club & Bar on Saturday 28th May 2016. Full details on facebook.
Theme: King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The WaterARTIST INFORMATION THE SQUIRREL HILLBILLIES
From deep within the urban forest of Pittsburgh’s East End, the Squirrel Hillbillies often emerge to share their eclectic mix of folk, country and blues. Rabidly social and clawingly curious, they relish opportunities to interact with diverse audiences. They have performed more than 200 shows, including appearances at the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh and the Leigh Folk Festival in England.
Through a collaborative, nonlinear songwriting process, duo partners Jenny Wolsk Bain and Gary Crouth draw from personal experiences, third-hand stories, and vivid imaginations to craft songs that are unpredictable and quirky yet widely accessible. Their CDs have gained radio play on stations across the US and around the world.
JAMES J TURNER
James J Turner’s much anticipated new album Spirit, Soul and a Handful of Mud is out now via Townsend Music. This is James’s third solo studio album, and was recorded in the same Liverpool studio as his critically acclaimed second solo album “How Could We Be Wrong” which was called the “best folk-rock album of 2012” earning him over 20,000 fans plus lots of UK and European radio play (including mainstream and regional BBC stations), live radio sessions and key live gigs including Witchfest – the biggest Pagan Festival in the world – in London in November 2015.
James has a unique solo style and is one of the most potent artists to emerge from the Acoustic-Pagan music scene in recent years. A huge voice and dextrous guitar playing provide the backbone to his passionate, carefully crafted songs. In recent years James has deliberated to consciously follow a Druidic – Bardic path; he is a member of OBOD, who are the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. The music on James’s new album is therefore imbued with his empathy for the human struggle, complex spiritual landscapes, plus a deep concern for the environment. Also on the new album are powerful and passionate vocal performances; characteristic James J Turner songs with strident lyrics, catchy melodies, anthemic choruses and strong hooks; plus first class musicianship from James (vocals / acoustic guitar / whistles / mandolin / shruti box), Vicky Mutch (cello), Amy Chalmers (fiddle /backing vocals), Etienne Girard (bass guitar), Jay Hughes (drums / cajon) and Henry Priestman (accordion).THE GRATEFUL FRED UKULELE TRIO
gratefulfredukuleletrio.co.uk Formed from the embers of Grateful Fred’s Americana, Roots and Acoustic Nights in Formby and Southport the Grateful Fred Ukulele Trio perform original songs on two ukuleles and a ukulele bass. Combining the talents (?) of Vincent Gillespie, Pete McPartland and Colin Maddocks you’ll either love ’em or hate ’em. If you love ’em you might want to take home a copy of the new CD, “Further Down The Road”. If you hate ’em…then you wont’.
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by joining their mailing lists, liking their facebook pages, following them on twitter, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland and Stuart Todd on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music alternates between King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water, and Solid Ground by Neil Campbell.
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With perhaps one of the best album covers seen in recent years, Hungarian ambient post-rock artist returned in September of this past year with his full length album, The Pleiades. Its a beautiful voyage though the acoustic space-rock landscapes, filled with wonderful discoveries such as the atmospheric sounds of Maia and another favorite near the tail, Asterope.
You may also know the side project BLACK HILL of musicformessier’s guitarist, Csarnogurszky István, which we featured a while back on the Dose. They’ve also got a newer split out, with a link directly through the BC page below.Electra by musicformessier is licensed under a
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Many a night I saw the Pleiads, rising thro’ the mellow shade,
Glitter like a swarm of fireflies tangled in a silver braid.
– Alfred, Lord Tennyson
1. We Sea – Ser deVer (Ribeira Grande, Portugal)
Soundcloud (mp3 grátis)
2. Goodbye Heart – Lives on Lives (Seattle, E.U.A.)
3. Mira, Un Lobo – Serotonin (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. The Loafing Heroes – Gates of Gloom (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Mind Spiders – Cold (Forth Worth, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Maio]
6. Miss Lava – Another Beast Is Born (Lisboa, Portugal)
7. HD Hausmann – As The World Lays Down (Londres, Inglaterra)
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In the closing days of 2012, New York indie rock band THESE ANIMALS released their excellent track, A Ghost You’ve Known through the FrostWire Creative Commons Mixtape [Vol. 2 Side A], one of several tracks featured on their live Souvenirs Sessions release. The band has also issued the full length debut LP, I Wrote the Book in 2013 in addition to a shorter EP in 2010, both currently streaming via their Soundcloud page and for purchase through their website below.
RIYL: Twin Sister, Candy Hearts, Swear & Shake, Field Mouse, Shake The Baron, Allison WeissA Ghost You’ve Known by These Animals is licensed under a
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This week on The Bugcast: planes, wanes, and babymobiles, plus our usual mix of 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Rusty Tea Makers – Hello – from Zelenograd, Russia – source
- Hubert – Ręce – from Poland – source
- Karissa Hobbs – House Burnin’ Down – from Northwest Arkansas, AR – source
- Roy Smiles – Easy On The Eye – from London, UK – source
- Dan Henig – Paper Plane – from Los Angeles, CA – courtesey of Novo Management and Publicity
- Joshua Ticsay – Blue Neighbourhood – from Brantford, ON – source
- Ty Andelman – Dancing Machine – from Orange County, CA – source
- The Madpix Project – Say Goodbye – from Munich, Germany – source
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- The next live show will be episode 411, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 27 May 2016 at 21:30 UK time (BST/GDT/UTC+1).
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Victory Kicks was formed originally as a home recording project by songwriter John Sibley, the band records & releases all its music independently.
Having listened to the whole album, we can report that while this still has the DIY vibe of previous works, it has a distinctly more polished finish. It will be well worth waiting for the formal release, so bookmark this page and head to BandCamp on June 6th, or head to SoundCloud now to listen to some older recordings.
Counterfly is Lorenzo Olivieri, an Italian producer currently based out of Berlin who has just issued his debut five-track release “Glazed” via the label Broque. On this new EP he combines jazz and classical influences with IDM and ambient structures in a way which is as multilayered as it is well-balanced.
The beautifully constructed and almost frantically paced yet soothing sounds of City of Thoughts appears to be about the hustle/bustle of the city, with a video additionally put together giving a great visual backdrop for the music. Check out the embed below.
[tip via Ziklibrenbib]City of Thoughts by Counterfly is licensed under a
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This week’s show is live once again, and while it doesn’t feature too much in the way of new music, it did allow me to go digging in the crates — and by “crates”, of course, I mean “my MP3 collection” — and find some good tunes to play and a few stories to tell.
Don’t forget to tune in this Sunday at 3:00 PM ET (8:00 PM GMT) on WHUP FM 104.7 in Hillsborough, NC, or online at: http://whupfm.org/
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge On The Radio #6:
(00:00) Delerium – Days Turn Into Nights
(06:52) Submotion Orchestra – In Gold
(10:27) Hugo Kant – Gold (feat. Astrid Engberg)
(14:56) Andreya Triana – Gold (Nikitch Remix)
(21:36) Essenza – Weightless Smile
(25:35) Di Johnston – Come Undone
(29:17) Karmacoda – We Don’t Have A Lot Of Time (feat. Beth Hirsch)
(32:58) Adam Fielding – Lightfield
(37:58) Andain – After
(44:25) MinusBlue – Ocean Sky
(49:42) Artemis – Creation
(54:29) Data Romance – Something To Me
(59:03) Motif – One More Time (feat. Naemi Joy)
(1:04:31) san.drine – Les Larmes D’Isis
(1:08:50) Akshin Alizadeh – Woman
(1:12:20) The Atomica Project – Losing Sleep
(1:15:45) Mindex – Dream Big
(1:19:59) The Tao of Groove – Maybe
(1:23:49) Poliça – Lay Your Cards Out
(1:27:51) Peach Stealing Monkeys – Beautiful Life
(1:32:28) Playgarden – Driving In Your Car (Alex B. Remix)
(1:37:07) Ayla Nereo – Show Yourself
(1:43:29) Lal Meri – Give Me Your Light
(1:47:41) Puracane – Digging Too Deep
(1:53:49) Krystian Shek – Champagne Bubble Bath
Clocking in at just over two minutes, the band’s latest offering portrays the decay of guitar music in a country dominated by grey skies and pop music, with the yacht punkers from Amsterdam screaming for the sun-spilled beaches of St. Tropez.
Mixed by Grammy Award winning producer Rob Schnapf (Beck, Fidlar, The Garden, Kurt Vile), I Wanna Live In St. Tropez follows on from their 2015 EP (mixed by Spring King’s Tarek Musa) which attracted critical acclaim from tastemakers online and airplay on Radio 1 and XFM.
With the band continuing to develop an impressive live reputation, armed with their new sound and shows in Brighton (The Great Escape) and London (Full-Time Freaks Weekender) over the next few weeks, St. Tropez are well and truly ready for the summer.
St. Tropez’ I Wanna Live In St. Tropez is released on 13th May and will be available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify. [via Super Cat PR]
- Reveries End: Unwind (from Edge of Dark Waters, Finland, Sliptrick Records)
- Votum: Spiral (from :KTONIK:, Poland)
- Bushwhacker: Bushwhacker (from The False Dilemma, Vancouver, Canada)
- 4th n Goal: Red Line Extreme (from Turn on The Light, Italy, Sliptrick Records)
- Wastage: Slave To The System (from Slave to The System, Slovakia, Sliptrick Records)
- Hemotoxin: Decadence (from Biological Enslavement, USA, Unspeakable Axe)
- Battle Path: Ambedo (from Ambedo, Tennessee, USA, Inherent Records)
- Carnac: Menhirs of Enmity (from The Frail Sight, Turkey, Sliptrick Records)
- Death Lullaby: Dethrone The Grower (from Wormz, Montreal, Canada, Famined Records)
- Scarleth: Double Memory (from The Silver Lining, Ukraine, The Leaders)
If the planetary displays haven’t caught your attention this month, a blue moon arrives in a few short days on May 21st with a red planetary cherry on top sharing the skies. While the crow moon usually arrives in March heralding the Spring, it still feels like Winter here, so maybe this will snap the cold trend. Because of this upcoming “Flower Moon” we thought it made sense to feature a exceptional track from Minneapolis art folk band, FOX & COYOTE, notably from their 2013 nine-track LP, If We Stay.
Another new solid EP, Boardinghouse, just arrived in the not too distant past, so be sure to pick up a copy through BC below and enjoy a great soundtrack to the upcoming rarity evening.Crow Moon by Fox & Coyote is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) License Crow Moon HypeMachine
Episode number 153 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Stuart at the controls again. Eight tracks from UK Artists
Recording Date: Day 15 May 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- VTransmission – No More Lights
Manchester | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Field Studies – Crook
Nottingham | BandCamp | Facebook | Twitter
- Electric Pyramid – 1989
London | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- Simon Shackleton – Piece of Me
Ashford | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- Lovelace – Grizzly
London | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter
- The Echo Session – But I’m Scared
Glasgow | Myspace | Facebook
- Johnny Kills – Take It Easy
Brighton/London | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- Deepshade – Sad Sun
Wigan | SoundCloud | Facebook | Twitter
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica