A new show, hosted by Stuart, with a varied mix of music from USA, UK & Australia.
Also a Podcrawl report from London.
Rating: Work Safe
- Roadkill Ghost Choir – A Blow To The Head
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- Ummagma - Live and Let Die
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- Alexander Gastrell – Totem
- Cosmic Monster – Electric Battle Masterpiece
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- Dark Model – Dance of Wrath (Ikari No Mai)
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- Florida=Death – (Continued) Disappointment
Florida=Death – The Portals and Vortexes that never open where I’m at
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- Time In Antarctica – Run
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- Tom Slatter – Ghosts in my Dreams
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- The Association of Music Podcasting (AMP)
- Dark Compass
- Echo Romeo Kilo (ERK)
- The Bugcast
- The Dick Turpin Road Show
- Paul Parkinson
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On Thursday, June 26 2014′s the live Discovery 2 emerging talent showcase features four fantastic acts. Cold Fever who play a new style of reggae – Desi reggae – alternative urban from J. Appiah and his band, Swiss singer and multi-instrumentalist Heidi Happy, and alternative pop/folk/jazz artist Helene Greenwood. You’ll also have Discovery’s blender of tunes, resident Dj Delphi along for the ride.
Here’s the podcast preview with gig promoter Alex KW and myself talking about the acts who will be in residence and playing a song from each.Gig Particulars
- Date and Time: Thursday 26th of June, 2014: 8pm – 11.30pm
- Venue: AAA (under Archangel) 11 – 13 Kensington High Street, London W8 5NP Phone: 020 7938 4137
- Tube: Kensington High Street Tube
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- Tickets £5 in advance , £7 on the Door
Producer/songwriter/rapper, Bhumeet Kala-Lee was fed on a musical diet of reggae, jazz and soul by his Jamaican father and Indian mother. His imagination was harnessed by hip-hop and UK grime, drawing the young radical to a fondness for storytelling through rhyming couplets. ‘Desi Reggae’ was born through fusing, mixing, and synergizing the tones of his musical influences.
He’s shared stages with Example, Wretch 32, Skepta, Lawson, The Wanted and Olly Murs. He has also collaborated with artists such as Beenie Man, Aswad, Freddie McGregor, The PropheC, and Jenna Garcia (songwriter for Britney Spears, Cassie, Ja-Rule and Lloyd) to name a few.J.Appiah
Hailing from Hackney East London, J.Appiah is a fast-rising, urban alternative, singer/songwriter who is truly making an impact on the UK scene with his nonchalant musicality, understated intelligent lyricism and touching vocals.
“Surely positioned for future success” – 4 MusicHeidi Happy
Singer and multi-instrumentalist Heidi Happy stops over in London to release her latest album Golden Heart. She charms the crowd with her incredibly smooth and genuine voice, catchy melodies and lyrics which reach from upbeat to melancholic moods, and not least her winning personality. She has collaborated with Yello, Stephan Eicher and Scott Matthew, been in top 10 Swiss Album Charts, CMJ top 200 Charts) and performanced at (Paleo Gurten Festival, Heiteren Gampel, Festi’Neuch, Rock Oz Arenes (CH), Eurosonic Festival (NL), CMJ (USA), Reeperbahnfest, Popkomm (DE), Midem (FR), CMW, NXNE (CAN ), CMEA’s Tour 2013 (UK) to name a few). She pushes musical styles to their limits.Helene Greenwood
Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, as well contemporary artists like Björk, Lisa Hannigan, Jesca Hoop and Fiona Apple, Helene writes about every day life and human interaction. Her music is a mix of contemporary, alternative pop with shades of both folk and jazz .
Helene’s debut album Collectable You was awarded an incredible 4/5 star review from The Sunday Express’s – Martin Townsend. Describing Helene as a, “burst of freshness and vitality,” and, “one to watch.”
This week on The Bugcast: Podcrawl roundup, scary mugs, competition reminder, and we play 8 cracking tracks of independent and Creative Commons music!Songs played
- Aygan – To Turn Around – from Sao Paulo, Brazil – source
- The Infatuations – Tonight We Celebrate – from Detroit, MI – direct from the artist
- Start Me Up – Foreplay – from Curtiba, Brazil – source
- Take A Chance – Dulcie Taylor – from Atascadero, CA – via Digital Music Marketing
- Music Box – Minha Vida – from Santos, Brazil – source
- John Thayer – Time Waiting For You – from Portland, OR – via Digital Music Marketing
- Neon Bicycles – My Bike – from Sao Paulo, Brazil – source
- Anna Neale – Who Could Say – from Woking, UK – direct from the artist
HuffPost: Handsome Mug Shot Goes Viral
We’re giving away Lejo Harmeson & Essence‘s brand new CD “Still”.
Listen to the show for the question. Answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline is 12:00 (midday) UTC on Thursday 26 June 2014.
Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedUpcoming events
The next live show will be episode 319, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 27 June 2014 from 21:00 (ish) UK time (UTC+1/BST).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
It’s name-your-price week here at the lounge, where a whole bunch of new releases are available for whatever price you want to pay. (Much like this show, actually.) We’ve got several tracks from the new Cold Busted Records compilation Bust Free 16, a little something from the Soulection crew, a new track from Australian record label Uncomfortable Beats — wonder how much they were shouting over that Tim Cahill goal this week — a few new faces and several old friends. Kick back and enjoy this mix…
Playlist for Dave’s Lounge #287:
- Ayla Nereo, “Show Yourself” Buy from: iTunes | Bandcamp
- mister T., “Woodblocks” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Quantic, “Magnetica” Buy from: iTunes
- Cazeaux O.S.L.O, “Lady” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Tom Strobe, “Love Lights Feat. 2MONK” Coming soon…
- Ruslan-set (feat. Eva Kade),”The Purity of Chimera (Alex Kvaza Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- Go Astray, “Keep Loving Me (Fluss Remix)” Buy from: iTunes
- Liberty Klaud, “Falling In Your Arms” Free download from: Bandcamp
- Sannan, “Moroccan Fantasy” Buy from: iTunes
- Evil Needle, “Gleam” Buy from: Bandcamp
- Electrix, “Moonlight” Buy from: iTunes
- Koka Mass Jazz, “Smile” Free download from: Bandcamp
Don’t forget to tell me your favorite song from this week’s show in the comments below!
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Something a little different for today’s Daily Dose. Origami Arktika are an offshoot of Norwegian artistic collective Origami Republika who produce experimental folk music. The song featured today is from their recent album Absolut Gehör and was written by Aa. O. Vinje in 1866. The song is about Storegut, a character loosely based on Sterke-Nils. This is a love song, from a girl of the Huldre folk, the people living beyond the doors of the mountains. If you would like to know more about this, have a look at the Sterke-Nils Wikipedia page (in Norwegian, but translates quite well into English).
Greetings from sunny Toronto! It’s actually been really sunny. Despite the fact that nearly every day the weather has said that it’s going to rain. Perhaps these Ontarians are a pessimistic bunch? If only this really mattered – most of the time has been spent indoors looking after a sick Edinburgh Man Junior.
In terms of this week’s music it’s all from Toronto bands or artists, and it’s a rather eclectic mix too. All recorded in a palatial waterfront condo (actually, and Airbnb apartment – but it’s pretty nice).
1. Teenage Kicks – “All Your Punk Songs” (Played courtesy of Teenage Kicks, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Royal Creatures – “Jarvis Lanes” (Played courtesy of Royal Creatures, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Pale Eyes – “Waves and Radiation” (Played courtesy of Pale Eyes, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
4. The J. Arthur Keenes Band – “Some Nerve” (Played courtesy of The J. Arthur Keenes Band, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. LIPP – “Prepare to be Amazed” (Played courtesy of LIPP, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Fox Moulder – “Pine” (Played courtesy of Fox Moulder, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
7. Bulldog Skin – “Sensitive Soul ××©××× ×××¨” (Played courtesy of Bulldog Skin, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
8. Walrus – “Okay” (Released under a Creative Commons licence)
9. City Death – “Disengage” (Played courtesy of City Death, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #170
We record during Podcrawl for this show, with discussions with Erk from ErkFM Metal Monday, Dave and Caroline from The Bugcast, Stuart from Insomnia Radio, and anyone else I can put a microphone under.We started with such good intentions but as the day wore on, the drunkenness drove is to talk about anything. We go to a pub with a silly name, and drink in public Trooper, Iron Maidens Ale. The peeing in the policemans helmet discussion has been omitted, as well as the comments about one of the attendees girlfriend being a stripper.
But we all had a good time, as the recordings in this show will prove. Bring on next year.
There is a podcrawl in Glasgow next month, fancy going?
- For I am King: Revengence (Amsterdam, Netherlands, Conspiracy)
- Iron Man: Unjust Reform (Maryland, USA, Shadow Kingdom)
- English Dogs: Down with The Underdogs (UK, Candlelight)
- The Osiris Club: Undoing Wrong (London, UK, Indie Recordings)
- Maven: Reach Out to You (Kent, UK)
- Dearly Beloved: Olympics of No Regard (Canada, Prescription PR)
- Exile The Traitor: The Bloodless Domain (Glasgow, Scotland)
- Corrosion of Conformity: The Hanged Man (North Carolina, USA, Candlelight)
- Marty Friedman: Meat Hook (Feat. Jorgen Munkebyof Shining) (USA, Prosthetic)
- Demonic Resurrection: Death, Desolation and Despair (Mumbai, India, Candlelight)
- Salythia: Affliction (Sacremento, CA, USA, Direct)
- Saints of Sin: Last Goodnight (South, UK)
- Together We Fight: Brothers (Kent, UK)
- Trails: Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Roads (Guilford, UK)
- Freeze The Atlantic: Stompbox (Farnborough, UK)
- DeadAudioSaints: Tear Apart (Sheffield, UK)
- Cold Colours: Heathen (Minneapolis, USA, Clawhammer)
- Throne of Vengence: Live Evil (Canada)
- Ending Quest: Sumerian Invocation (Sweden, FDA Rektoz, Clawhammer)
- Repaid in Blood: Waste of Time (San Jose, CA, USA, Music Submit)
“Will you still want me?” is the pervasive smoldering question which repeats through a good portion of the slowly building and deeply evocative piece, The Ends of the Earth, by Nashville artists, RANGER.
Stephanie Kincheloe’s stunning voice is the one asking the question on the March release of the new single which has a bit of a haunted feel overall, with a lot of interesting sounds interlaced underneath a light galloping strumming guitar, and quite perfectly placed percussion that starts shaking up the track after about a minute in. We can only dream that the answer that comes back after the final notes of the song fading out is a resounding yes, and not the saddening silence we know will be there each time.
In addition to Ranger being a musical project, its also an umbrella to all of Stephanie’s creative endeavors: music, photography, and design. Ranger originated in 2008 and her music has blossomed into a pure, dark, and melodic expression of communication. “Made”, is an extension of Stephanie’s art in jewelry design. She uses wood, gathered from her travels, copper, and raw brass to create each unique piece. The line is carried in Nashville and Denver boutiques and continuing to expand.Download The Ends of the Earth HypeMachine
Shook Twins dropped by before their show at Main Street Studios, spoke with us for a bit and played a few songs live in Studio C. It was pretty magical. We’ll also speak with local musician and producer Chris Bigley about the changes and the state of the Walla Walla music scene AND have a nice pile of new music for your ears.The Playlist Title Album Artist Can You Feel It Can You Feel It Jared James Nichols 3am 3am Nick Tann Let It Be Known Let It Be Known Lose Control She Wants It Time Ain’t Free Nick Moss Band A Little Bit of Crown Give It All I Got Matthew Huff I Saw Red I Saw Red Golden Rabbit Narc (acoustic version) Narc (acoustic version) Hawk Madhouse Shanty Madhouse Shanty The Last Hope Road Show Oh Miami! Oh Miami! C-Drain Interview with local musician and producer Chris Bigley Please Don’t Love Me The Creaky Grand Sessions Jazz Morley Dancin’ On My Knees DETROIT BLOCK PARTY The Infatuations Someone’s Gonna Lose The Hired Guns The Sales Brothers White Snow Pharmacy Moontalk Perpetual Leader Underdog Blake Noble Interview and live session with Shook Twins Anvil Out Here Cody Beebe and the Crooks
See you next week!
~JW and CR
Kali is the second single from Taxes upcoming album. San Francisco native Robby Cronholm is the songwriter and lead singer of Taxes. His past efforts include singing/songwriting in seminal 90s indie rock band crumb and a brief career in advertising. Laura Dean sings and plays keyboards. Brad Harbidge plays drums. Josh White plays guitar. Jonathan Kepke played bass on the record and Amir Djavaherian plays bass in real life. [bio via Breakup PR]
LA experimental beatmaker Static Shock has recently created a cohesive sixteen minute aural suite entitled ‘Till Death’, a masterpiece of unique sample laden pieces, each one flowing into the next, all high quality, which can be really rare to find in this style of soundscape, (especially with so unique moments fitting together back-to-back like you find here).
The project has several influences stated, such as producers like DJ Shadow, Madlib, and Cut Chemist. Many of the samples come directly from Static Shock’s late grandparents’ record collection. They both recently passed away, and left him a treasure trove of old vinyl – jazz, big band, blues, and comedy.
This suite was produced as one solid track so that listeners can absorb the entire thing in one sitting and is intended to be one cohesive listening experience, not chopped up into bits and pieces. Get those headphones out, its one of our longest Daily Dose features to date.Download ‘Till Death HypeMachine
Well my lovelies, against al the odds I have managed to pull together some great music for this weeks episode. Some marvellous tunes from 2010 as well as a new one from me, Nick Tann – Coming home, Tom Bishel – The Feeling of Home, a special recording from Matt Stevens, Snow 3, Amaya Huntly – Regrets, The Visitors – Same Old Me, Matt TAylor – Fat Tuesday’s Blue, Menn Arsins – 12 steps to the Liquor Store, Tom Caulfield – Catholic Girls
I had an excellent afternoon with Brady Goss talking about his hard-earned musical career and where he’ll be headed in the future. We stole some time at Sinclair Estate Vineyards in Walla Walla, Washington where they have a lovely grand piano which Brady rattles and shakes with the best of them. In this live interview and session you’ll also hear him play guitar, proving his development as a musician and an artist has just begun.More about Brady Goss
Brady Goss has become something of a northwest institution across Oregon and Washington in the last few years. His signature piano man stylings akin to one of his biggest influences, Jerry Lee Lewis, have brightened the stages of fairs, celebrations, bars, club rooms and all other sorts of musical gatherings. Having added guitar to his repertoire and now sometimes appearing with a band, he’s coming into his own and look to the future and a possible transition from playing mostly covers to playing mostly his own songs.Brady Goss Links
Silent Noise Parade is an alt indie/electro band from, Co. Limerick who formed in late 2011.
Already with an album behind them, the summer of 2013 saw the band release brand new material in the form of their single “Still The Gardens Grow”. Silent Noise Parade has already started writing their second album, which they aim to release in 2014. A new single “Fears” taken from the album was released on 04-04-2014. [edited from the band's bio]
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We featured Trivial Shields (the project of Christian Carpenter) once before, now in preparation for the upcoming Trivial Shields EP, Vassal States, he’s releasing a segue-single entitled Amerikan which is today’s Dose.
Christian says: “I spent most of last year in Istanbul and traveling around Turkey. My first time living for an extended period abroad triggered an onslaught of peripheral neuroses that remained hidden back in the familiar stream of my American life. These common mini-existential crises were a powerful frame for my experience abroad and the primary inspiration for this song.”
Hosted by Dave and Caroline of The Bugcast
Featuring:Lew Bear – Ripples Daventry http://www.lewbear.co.uk/
Sam Dudley – Escape The Cage Brighton http://www.sdudleymusic.co.uk/
Daniel Admon – You Feel Like Home London http://danieladmon.com/
General Union – Phantom Of Delight Swansea http://www.last.fm/music/General+Union [...]