- Once was Never: Maximus Parasite (from Lighthouse in The Abyss, Slovenia, Grand Sounds)
- Overunit Machine: Aldaraja (from Aldaraja, Italy, Sliptrick)
- Ferium: Power is all That Matters (from Behind The Black Eyes, Israel, Self Release, Clawhammer)
- Raff Sangiorgio: Lil’ Chuck Blues (from Rebirth, Italy, Sliptrick)
- Pictures of Pain: The Storm (from World of Demise, Norway, Pitch Black Records)
- Taxim: We Will Haunt You (Single Release, Germany)
- Desert Dragon: Take it Easy Now (from Before The Storm, USA, Sliptrick Records)
- Castle: Flash of The Pentagram (from Welcome to the Graveyard, USA, Vàn Records, Pioneer Press)
- When our Time Comes: Beyond Limits (from When our Time Comes, London, Lifeforce Records)
- Serotonin Syndrome: Catharsis (from Sarajas, Self Release, Finland)
Photo by Jana Gombač photography
McAllen Texas band SICK/SEA is an indie/rock/jazz trio fronted by singer Audrey Scott with instrumentation by Johnny Garza and Cameron Scott. Its nice to stumble across a great band close to where a few grandparents were married and a few relatives lived and taught some time ages ago in the 20s-60s in Hidalgo Co. The five-track EP, Moral Compass is a solid effort and it was hard to pick just one song to introduce you to, but this one really stood out. Other favorites included the song Robot and the fifth track, Blinked.
The band is back in the studio apparently working on a new album. You can get the latest updates thorugh their FB page, which has all the links to their photo streams. The video for another track off the release, Robots, is posted further below, and a video for Blinked is floating around over on YouTube.
RIYL: Copeland, Daphne Loves Derby, As Cities Burn, Eisley, Dear and the Headlights.Mermaid by Sick/Sea is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC 3.0) License Mermaid HypeMachine
- Dub Byzantine
Zeb-da Spy from Cairo
- The Walls of Byzantium
Secret Archives of the Vatican
- Above The Bosphorus
- Hiphop du Soleil Levant
- Singing in Tongues
- The Philosopher King
- Shehnai Moon Dance
- Chunar Remix
- Mountain Blue
“If I should ever die, God forbid, let this be my epitaph: The only proof he needed for the existence of God was music.”
With nods to the likes of Beck, Eels and Sharon Van Etten evident in her music, Amaroun’s talent has been very clear from a young age, and her awareness of her sound from a technological and sonic point of view emphasises the Northamptonshire [UK] act’s unquestioned ability. [via Super Cat PR]
Music provided by the artists and Jamendo. Theme song provided by Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Today’s stunning featured instrumental track, Tin Can Valley, comes from the EP ‘Second Amendment’, released three years back, 06.05.13 on Full Time Hobby.Tin Can Valley HypeMachine
1. Juniper V – Top Notch Scum (Lisboa, Portugal)
2. Julianna Barwick – Nebula (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
3. Stone Cold Fox – Contagion (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
4. Aloha – Signal Drift (Cleveland, E.U.A.)
5. Pleasure Beach – Magic Mountain (Belfast, Irlanda)
6. Mind Spiders – Ulcer (Forth Worth, E.U.A.) [artista do mês de Maio]
7. The Weatherman – Calling All Monkeys (Porto, Portugal)
Cowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.Facebook, TuneIn, Twitter
ERATH are a post-rock and metal band from the Jizera mountains of the Czech republic, specifically Jablonec nad Nisou in Bohemia. This is reportedly quite a forested region which the band draws inspiration from for their multi-facted sound.
The three-piece rock band currently has one excellent EP out which was recorded, mixed and mastered in Liberec and Prague in 2015 and then released on that April 26th. You can currently pick all the tracks up at their BC site below under a name-your-price model.Ráno by Erath is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
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This week on The McBugface: McDaveface has a McRantface about McWebfaces, plus our usual mix of 8 amazing Creative Commons tracks!Songs played
- Familia Reggae – What You Gonna Do – from Buenos Aires, Argentina – source
- Mad Glory – Red Wine Blues – from Houston, TX – source
- Luck – Le Choix – from Cadaujac, France – source
- Ty Andelman – Midnight Mind – from Orange County, CA – source
- Deep Down Inside – Where Dreams Begin – from Sochaczew, Poland – source
- Vulcano – Mr Donald Trump and Mrs Hilary Clinton – from USA – source
- Kankel – Llueven Indirectas – from Mexico – source
- Kinematic – Come Into the Light – from Melbourne, Australia – source
Twine Radio – the newest member of Otherside Podcast Network
BBC News: ‘Boaty McBoatface’ polar ship named after Attenborough
Dave has a huge rant about musicians’ web presences
- Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussed.
- The next live show will be episode 409, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 13 May 2016 at 21:30 UK time (BST/GDT/UTC+1).
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The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
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Ubuntu Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
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The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network
Over the past twelve months Joy Atlas have been winning over an army of global listeners by pedaling their refreshing electro-pop via a series of sold-out live performances, international premieres and prime-time radio play. The members of Joy Atlas have previously been championed by NME, BBC6 Introducing, Radio 3, Radio 4 and The Culture Show. [via SuperCat PR]
How did it get to be May already? Nevermind, music is here to rescue us all. As i point out in the show, in the second half I feature some old tracks….one goes all the way back to 2008! Ahh 2008 when we were all erm… What did were we all doing in 2008?
Screamin Miss Jackson and the Slap Ya Mama Band – A Little Rub, Girls Bite Dogs ft. Nikol Kollars – My Name IS, Ginger Tom – Thought You’d Won, Mobstyle – Funkadelic, Tim Farrell – Rosewood Alley, Bubonik Funk – Position of Power, Sweet Tooth – Everybody Wants To Be In Love, Joe Wellfair – Useless Kid, Kevin Fisher – Losing You, Tom Bishel – The Feeling Of Home, Nick Tann – How Can It Be Wrong?, Matt Stevens – Snow part 3
The soul-stirring indie folk sounds of Brooklyn’s ROOKIN were first captured and placed on the self produced EP entitled Stonewall, released two short years ago in July of 2014. The band is lead by Adam Horn and Ben Naddaff-Hafrey who more recently put out a slightly longer seven-track release called the Lookout EP in September of last year. Both releases are exceptionally strong, and we wanted to start out with an introductory track from the first five-song EP to whet the palette. Enjoy and please support the artist via their links below.
RIYL: U2, My Morning Jacket, Wilco, Bon Iver, Radiohead, Sun Kil MoonAfter Dark by Rookin is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) License After Dark HypeMachine
11 years ago, I launched a podcast in my living room. Now that it’s on the radio, I can finally play some of the music I’ve wanted to play for a while — some of the music that made me such a huge fan of trip hop and downtempo in the first place.
Sadly, I can’t distribute that music on either my podcast feed or my app. If you’d like to stream this week’s broadcast in its entirety, visit my Mixcloud page, or, through May 14, visit the Dave’s Lounge page on WHUP’s web site.
Here’s the playlist for the podcast episode, which features music from the earliest episodes of Dave’s Lounge, circa 2005:
(00:00) Dive Index, “Between Sky and Sea (feat. Natalie Walker)”
(06:44) Daughter Darling, “Broken Bridge”
(11:51) Tal M. Klein, “Don’t”
(16:12) Beauty’s Confusion, “Whirlwind”
(20:42) Shantel, “Inside”
(25:44) Danny K, “Speech”
(29:38) kikiwest, “Creeper”
(36:06) Artemis, “Supernatural”
(40:48) Bird York, “Haunting You”
(47:53) Slovo, “Whisper”
(53:05) Bent, “Sing Me”
Be sure to tune in to WHUP-LP FM 104.7 in Hillsborough, NC, every Sunday at 3:00 PM Eastern (1900 UTC) to hear the latest Dave’s Lounge live on the radio — or stream it live at: http://whupfm.org/
“I first got the idea for Terminal Cases one afternoon while watching the movie ‘Jumanji,’ Bennett recalls. 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]
Anna Pancaldi joins us to chat about her new EP, Dear Joey and to do impressions of both Claire and myself. Spoiler alert: she does quite a good job, indeed. You’ll also hear new singles from Van Susans, rryrry and MassMatics! What more could you desire?
[powerpress]The Playlist Title Album Artist Smokestack Lightning Rust Christopher Bell Your Story Single Mahesh Time Zone Time Zone (Single) Marchan Noelle Seagulls (Radio Edit) Seagulls Van Susans This is the Salon I want & the me culture rryrry Sucker Punch Sucker Punch The Magic Lightnin Boys Skyline Skyline – single The Rose Affair The Brink The Brink Audrey Bochsler Dandelion Love On Repeat Casi Joy Tidy My Room Why Should I Tidy My Room? Sadie Horler When She Sings Animal Fair EP Little Brother Eli For A While Momentum Edewaard See Right Through You Songs From The Mud Zachary Kibbee Interview with Anna Pancaldi Runaway Dear Joe EP Anna Pancaldi Way Out Way Out – single The Acorn People Shot in the Dark Two Legs Bad Skittish Gunning For You Gunning for you – single MassMatiks My Woman (I love nothing about you) Blindsider The Manic Shine
See you next week!
~JW and CR
- Last Frontier: Visionary Maze (from “Theta Healing”), Italy
- Black Sheep: Choices (from “The Whales of The Grey Sea”,
- Efpix: It’s Time to Die (from “Evil Sides”, Russia)
- Skinflick: GlitchPig (from “I’m pissing on you but The Fire has Long Since gone Out”, Wales)
- Ventenner: Wave (from “Distorture”, London UK)
- Mortiis: Demons are Back (Marc Uselli Remix)(Norway)
- Evil Scarecrow: Crabulon (from “Playing Dead Trees: The Acoustic Session EP”, Nottingham, UK)
- laRoque: 8000 Light Years from The Sun (from “These Kings, These Subterraneans), Montreal, Canada
- Fear of Domination: Colossus (from “Atlas”, Finland)
- Suzerain: Good Day (from “Identity”, London, UK)
Episode number 152 of Insomnia Radio: UK
Ro at the controls again. Ten tracks from UK Artists
Release Date: Sunday 01 May 2016
Rating: Work Safe
- Two Skies – When the Storm Hits
Not known | Web Site
- Tom Block – 10101
London | Web Site
- The Marivaux – Birds and The Bees
Manchester | Facebook
- Sykoya – Shiver
- Feral Love – Live The Wind
Liverpool | Facebook
- The Frayed Laces – Monsters
London | Web Site
- The Gospel Youth – DST
Brighton | BandCamp
- When Our Time Comes – Impending
London | Facebook
- This Party – Taste
Brighton | Web Site
- Wendy James – Bad Intentions & a bit of Cruelty
NYC via London | Web Site
- AMP – The Association of Music Podcasting
- Made in the UK Show
- Intro music by Blame Amy
- Music bed by Time in Antarctica
I Will Peel You Open is one of the singles from Slippertails’ album, There’s A Disturbing Trend, available in digital formats via Fleeting Youth Records and via vinyl from Big Tomato Records as of this past year.
The visceral single featured here today looks to have originally released in 2014, a beautiful sludge-filled dive into the New Jersey band’s sound and a perfect introduction to their nine song LP.I Will Peel You Open HypeMachine