Pay Attention is the first single from LA based artist Colleen Green’s 2015 album I Want to Grow Up, out 2/24/15 on Hardly Art records. The album title seems to be a bonus nod to Manhattan & Hermosa Beach punks and heroes of hers, The Descendents.
The full band heard here includes JEFF the Brotherhood’s Jake Orrall and Diarrhea Planet’s Casey Weissbuch, who collaborated with Green over ten days at Sputnik Sound in Nashville, TN.
Pre-Orders for I Want to Grow Up are available through Hardly Art, iTunes and Amazon.Download Pay Attention HypeMachine
This week on The Bugcast: Mattel tries and fails, SUFC retracts, driving claims lives, and the red car and the big tram had a race, plus we play 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Beautiful Mess – Crazy – from Liverpool, NY – source
- Møme – Smile – from France – source
- Backnbloom – Empty Spaces – from Venice, CA – source
- Modern Pitch – Boys, Girls, Toys & Words – from Fano, Italy – source
- JekK – First – from Paris, France – source
- Mirva – One – from Sydney, Australia – source
- Kris Roche – 30 Day Trial – from Tokyo, Japan – source
- My Monthly Date – Change – from Parma, Italy – source
Techcrunch – Barbie – I can be a computer engineer – Sexist book pulled
SUFC – Sheffield United Statement regarding Ched Evans
BBC News – Crash in Conisbrough – 5 teenagers die
BBC News – #TramVSCooper
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The next live show will be episode 338, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 22 November 2014 at 21:30 UK time (GMT/UTC).Special thanks go to
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 UK 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
Love Leeds Radio for replaying the show on their station
In case you missed my live set in Philadelphia last weekend, visit my Mixcloud page — http://mixcloud.com/daveslounge — where you’ll be able to stream a recording I made of that set. Again, there are some copyright issues that prevent me from including some of those live sets in the podcast feed. I might be able to include them on Soundcloud in the future, but we’ll see.
Two of the artists I featured in that set lead of this week’s show, which has a bigger, more orchestral vibe than what you might usually hear on this podcast. Then again, sometimes you never know what you might hear when I’m DJing…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #298:
- Andreya Triana, "Everything You Never Had Pt. II" Buy from: iTunes
- Submotion Orchestra, "City Lights" Buy from: iTunes
- Nuage, "Promises (feat. Ellie)" Buy from: iTunes
- Makee, "Bord"
- Thomas Lemmer, "Endless Horizon" Buy from: iTunes
- Marina Quaisse, "The Storm" Buy from: iTunes
- Van, "Familiar Person" Buy from: iTunes
- Gold Lounge, "Night Wind" Buy from: iTunes
- Miss O, "Visions" Buy from: iTunes
- Wax Tailor and Phonovisions Symphonic Orchestra, "Dusty Rainbow" Buy from: iTunes
- Groovecatcher, "The Color Of Sound" Buy from: iTunes
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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Another single from Russian band Ocean Jet (who we’ve played once before, when we posted Victims in February). They’re based in Saint Petersburg and all their music is available on SoundCloud and BandCamp, so follow the links below.
Another new podcast and another new cup. Perhaps I should always make the photos for the podcast a picture of my current hot drink in my most recently purchased mug. This mug is from Edinburgh’s fantastic Artisan Roast. Coffee of distinction for sure.
On today’s podcast I’m a bit grumpy. There are many contribution factors from technology with in-built obsolescence to peeing toddlers. What fun.
Music-wise, tracks from the wonderful Jonnie Common, Wozniak, Stanley Odd and more. At least there’s good music to cheer me up.
1. Jonnie Common – “Binary 101″ (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
2. Stanley Odd – “Pastimes” (Played courtesy of Stanley Odd)
3. The Planes – “Milk Maid” (Played courtesy of The Planes)
4. Wozniak – “Five Star (single mix)” (Played courtesy of Wozniak / Morningside Young Team)
5. Aunt Sis – “Charlie’s Imminent (But Scenic) Death” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
6. Kinbrae – “Past Tense” (Played courtesy of Common Records)
7. Witching Waves – “Better Run “ (Played courtesy of Soft Power Records)
8. Schwervon! – “Undertow” (Played courtesy of Schwervon!)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #186
- Lord of Pagathorn: Old Bell Tolls (from “Nekros Philia”, Helsinki, Finland, Woodcut Records, Clawhammer)
- Einherjer: Nidstong (from “Ov Oss, For Oss”, Norway, Century Media)
- When Cities Sleep: Daydreamer (from “What Lies Lay Between Us”, Persistent Heart)
- Orange Goblin: Blood of Them (from “Back from The Abyss”, UK, Prosthetic Records)
- Hirondelle: The Secretary (from “From Ashes”, Bristol UK)
- Laugh at the Fakes: Cut To The Chase (from “Dethrone the Crown”, Toronto, Canada, Asher)
- Knight of The Round: FFVI Overture (from “South of Jidor”, Chicago, USA)
- Daveit Ferris: Blood (from “A Taste of 365 Sparks”, Derry, Northen Ireland , Direct)
- Fallen to Flux: Playing with Fire (from “Piece by Piece”, London, UK)
- For The Broken: Ain’t Nobody Innocent (from “For The Broken”, Kansas City, USA)
- Diamonds to Dust: Ashes to Ashes (from “Faith through Trials”, Persistent Heart, Manifest Records, NY, USA)
- Seven Deadly: From This Darkness (from “Obligation”, UK)
- Decimation: Supreme Wisdom of Blasphemy (from Reign of Ungodly Creation”, Comatose Records, Clawhammer) 9th December
- Azgard: Blind (from “Blind Single”, Ukraine)
- Idillicah: The Mask (from “Rebirth of The Future”, Calgary, Canada, Asher)
- Mira: Three Pound Universe (from “Three Pound Universe”, Russian Federation)
- Kolony: The Trial (from “Sledge”, Montreal, Canada, Asher)
- Void Symmetry: Using namespace Symmetry (from “Using namespace Symmetry”, Poland)
- Sarpedon: Dead Birds (from “Anomic Nation”, Inverse Records, Norway)
- Astrakhan: Cupid Fist (from “A Tapestry of Scabs and Skin”, War on Skin Records, Clawhammer, Vancouver, Canada)
- I am Giant: Razor Wire Reality (from “Science and Survival”, New Zealand/London, UK, Plastic Head)
- Transcend: Refuse/Resist (from “Polymerase Chain”, UK)
- Bloodstained Ground: The Old Ones (from “A Poem of Misery”, Czars of Cricket, Switzerland)
Leon Bridges is a talented singer-songwriter from the Fort Worth area of Texas who blends southern soul and gospel. When I first heard the opener of his brilliant new song Coming Home I was first reminded very slightly of the good vibes of Peter Wingfield’s ‘Eighteen with A Bullet’ although things took a completely different turn when the soulful vocals took hold.
This is a promising debut with another track ‘Better Man’ currently available for free at the Soundcloud link below. Apparently he is also tracking at least one new song, and doing some upcoming shows with Sharon Van Etten in Brooklyn, so be sure to bookmark the social sites below for the latest news on the track progression and tour dates.Download Coming Home HypeMachine
It’s the week we finally get to release our first EP! The One Takes, Volume 1 is out and you can get it right now for $3. Every dollar you spend is going straight into our development of the new independent music radio station Maven.FM and we have to thank the artists appearing on this volume including Laura Marie, Roaming Herds of Buffalo, Van Susans and Pepper and Shepherd for the recordings, Beatnik Geek Records for releasing it for us, and Rob Fraboni for mastering the tracks for the album.
Go check it out over at mavenfm.bandcamp.com or scroll down to check it out.
On the show you’ll also hear an interview with Ryan Devlin from Smokey Brights and Navid Eliot from Planes on Paper who are playing Middle of Nowhere Sessions this Friday. Smokey Brights have a new album out now called Taste of Blood which is pretty delicious – check it out. You’ll also hear some great tunes from the submission box and we’ll beat your brow about picking up the new EP.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Seventeen Seventeen Bayonet So Hard So Hard Sherpa The Fear of Falling The Fear of Falling Robyn Harvey Brick Brick Alison May Lose Control Young & in Love Northern National I Do I Do Lonna Marie You You (acoustic) The Floodgates Foreign Lands Foreign Lands First You Get The Sugar Common Mistake Common Mistake The Bad Years Keeping That Heat Alive The Longest Journey Sample Answer I’m The Enforcer Be Brave Auditorium Wretched Body Wretched Body EP (Released 8th July 2013 Beth Rowley Interview with Ryan Devlin of Smokey Brights and Navid Eliot of Planes On Paper Wolves The East End Session Planes On Paper Taste for Blood Taste for Blood Smokey Brights If I Can’t Change Your Mind Taste for Blood Smokey Brights Factory Song The One Takes, Volume 1 Roaming Herds of Buffalo
Thanks and see you next week!
Today’s Dose is another track from The Woodland‘s album Gems And Bones, released earlier this year.
The Woodlands are Hannah and Samuel, a wife and husband indie pop duo with singer-songwriter underpinnings, who create lush and emotive songs. They’re originally from Idaho, now in San Luis Obispo, CA.
1. GESSICATRIP – Devaneio (Lisboa, Portugal)
Comprar; Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
2. a Jigsaw - Them Fine Bullets (Coimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Novembro]
Comprar: Loja oficial
3. noiserv - It’s easy to be a marathoner even if you are a carpenter (Lisboa, Portugal)
4. Walter Benjamin – We Might Never Fall In Love (Lisboa, Portugal)
5. Blunda - If You Want Me (North Hollywood, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Novembro]
6. Sequin – Naive (Lisboa, Portugal)
7. Anarchicks - Psychloop (Lisboa, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Sítio oficial
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Formed in 2012, Gold Spectacles is the collaborative venture of two British songwriter/producers. Drawing on an eclectic range of musical influences from Paul Simon to Phoenix, Gold Spectacles write beautiful sample-based music. The most recent single “Escape Your Love” that offers a beautiful female vocal layered over an exceptional mix can also be found for download at the Soundcloud page below.Download Steal You Away HypeMachine
As you fly into Philadelphia, you can see the thick grey smoke rising from the power plants on the river, even in the dead of night. Urban renewal and urban decay live side by side everywhere you look. It’s a hardscrabble city that demands more from its residents than any part of America really should.
And I can’t stop loving the place.
I mean, look at this whiskey glass. Benjamin Chou, who’s been part of the Philadelphia blues and fusion dance scenes for a while now, laser-etched this bad boy and presented it to me on Friday, the night of my 2:00 AM set at DJX Fusion Weekend. How awesome is that? He made special glasses for several other mutual friends of ours, too. The DJX crew and the dancers in Philly are wonderful people, and I am both happy to call them friends and grateful that they offered me the opportunity to come and play some tunes at their event again this year.
Because this mix contains some major label tunes, I am unable to make it available on the podcast feed, but I can post it to Mixcloud. This was played and recorded live using Traktor DJ for the iPad, and it’s presented here, warts and all. There are a few similarities toward the end between this mix and my Shakori Hills Recess mix from last September, mostly because there wasn’t much overlap between those two crowds. The first 10 minutes got a great response from the crowd; they might get you up and dancing, too.
Here’s the set list:
1.) Ana Popovic, “Mo’ Better Love (feat. Tommy Sims)”
2.) Marian Hill, “Whisky”
3.) Blackstreet, “No Diggity”
4.) Chet Faker, “Terms And Conditions”
5.) Andreya Triana, “Lost Where I Belong”
6.) Submotion Orchestra, “Trust / Lust”
7.) Marina Quaisse, “8th of July”
8.) Alice Russell, “I’m The Man That Will Find You”
9.) Tori Amos, “Sugar”
10.) Feist, “Brandy Alexander”
11.) Alina Baraz & Galimatias, “Pretty Thoughts”
12.) Moloko, “Statues”
13.) Lovespirals, “Feels So Good (Yumenomado’s Film Noir Mix)”
14.) Motif, “One More Time (feat. Naemi Joy)”
Enjoy! And thanks again for the great times, Philadelphia!
ScotDrakula are a trio from Melbourne in Australia, and today’s Dose is from their album Burner set to release on Cassette as Side A, along with their Break Me Up EP as Side B, on December 9th via Fleeting Youth Records.
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Fallen To Flux – Living With The Pain from London, England
Gin Factory – Ghosts from Reading, England
DeathBoy – So I Said You Died from London, England
Dayung – Only Human from Runcorn, England
Bayonet are an 4 piece indie band from Sheffield in England. They have been playing together for about six months, and have just released their debut EP, today’s Dose is the title track.
- Enter the Temple
- Self Pharoah
- Sultan Stomp
David Starfire feat Inner Forest
- Liasufam Desert
- Portishead The Walls Are Dripping Halloween Remix
- The Last Gospel (4 Man Func Mix)
- Simply Rolling
Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.
Dwight D Eisenhower
Brooklyn blues-influenced rock duo Courtesy Tier is Omer (guitar) and Layton (drums), who’ve been playing together for the last seven years, but they weren’t always a duo. As members came and went, they perpetually conceptualized themselves as a four and sometimes six piece band. Then, during their second winter in New York, they had run out of other band members. Regrouping in a closet size practice space under the Smith Street overpass, they finally had enough room to rehearse, and they liked the sound, following which their first full length, “The Resolution” was born.
In addition to the band’s impressive single “Something Better” released December 2012, we’ve also embedded the music video below for “Cold” another solid track taken from the band’s earlier ‘Holy Hot Fire’ EP.Download Something Better HypeMachine