Gray is the first single from San Francisco-based minimalist pop wonder Kitten Grenade, the latest music project from Katelyn Sullivan (ex-Hate Factory). Now with the help of percussionist, Ben Manning, Kitten Grenade offers her listeners something deeper and more elegant that maintains the same energy of youthful tenderness found in her early work. [Breakup Records]
This week’s show reveals the song and artist who won October’s Top Ten, what Claire will be doing as penalty for losing, and plenty of new music to sink your teeth into. Movember has begun, and so we’ll talk about that and if you’d like to contribute to our team already, head on over to our Movember team page. Us moustache wearing men will be raising awareness for men’s cancer.
The Playlist Title Album Artist Life Without You A Darker Trace Lydia Baylis Breathe In Breathe Out Uncovered Singleton Bright Spot in a Bad Year Bright Spot in a Bad Year (single) The Deadline Shakes EraseHer Later Days Asthmaboy Michelle Underdog Blake Noble Are We Lost Are We Lost EP Morain I Still Get That Feeling Life Blood Soul Danny Toeman My Baby Cry One Step Closer EP Lauren Housley Planet Radio Futuristic Funk Fudge and the Frequency This New Day This New Day The Undivided Overexposure Overexposure single Harrison Lilo Lilo – Single Johnny Lucas Dizzy Just a Little – EP Richard James A Scene of Plenty A Scene of Plenty Keston Cobblers Club Flightless Bird Flightless Bird Scott Barkan Lullaby Prince Charming The B Side Perfectly Clear The Season Laura Marie When She Sings Animal Fair EP Little Brother Eli She’s My Food New For You The Little Philistines I’m Calming Down Oh The Places You’ll Go Lights Out Dancing
Next week we’ll have news about Main Street Studio’s big opening weekend, among more great #realindie music. ~JW
Scottish four piece, This Silent Forest, have a new single, Root To The Seed, taken from their debut album Indivision via Never Make Friends Records. While Indivision is the band’s debut album, it follows the successful release of three singles and two EP’s over a 3 year period that gained comparisons to Idlewild (one of the band’s major influences), Frightened Rabbit and early era U2.
Root To The Seed is a sombre track that delves into the relationship between father and son. Singer Jamie Sturt’s lyrics enable him to take on the persona of a father passing on advice to his offspring, as well as looking back on the relationship with his own Dad. Sturt’s reverb soaked vocals, ably supported by raw, haunting guitars, generate an emotionally charged piece of music and is a strong offering from a band who are beginning to establish themselves in an already burgeoning Scottish music scene.
[via A Badge of Friendship]Download Root to the Seed
So here it is! Our Top 10 of November is all ready for your listening pleasure. Each and every month Justin and I handpick 5 of our favourite songs of the now and put them together into a lovely little podcast in the hope that you’ll not only enjoy the music, but that you’ll also vote for your favourite tracks! It’s a great way to find new music and it’s exciting to see which artists and fans get behind the music to become number 1 on The Justin Wayne Show.
For all the tracks look no further than the podcast below and then get your votes in before the month is out!Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Links to the Artists
- Seth Freeman
- Mark Hole
- H.M. Hammarin
- Natasha North
- Tom McConnell
- Common Tongues
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Kristy Hanson made a splash in 2012 when she won West Hollywood’s songwriting contest with her theme song for the city, “Welcome Me Home”. Now Kristy follows that single with an equally sunny EP, Piece of Your Heart, a collection of loop-based, indie-pop love songs. [bio]
Music this week from Mevio and Jamendo. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Thats all until next week, Why not lick a few links while you are listening??? What harm can it do
Etre obligé de rester sur les genoux. Devoir dormir pour ne pas faire de bruit. Ronchonner quand les genoux bougent un peu trop. Oui, vraiment, c’est dur d’être un chat !
Mais on les aime bien nos petites bestioles ! Je dédicace cet épisode à Kimick qui n’a pas vu le temps passer, bien au chaud et à l’abris des attaques du chien. Mais ça, c’est une autre histoire, pour un autre épisode peut-être.
J’espère en tous cas que vous ne vous endormirez pas en écoutant l’épisode de la semaine, et je vous donne rendez-vous la semaine prochaine pour Euterpia Radio Rock !
- Malou – Sans pour autant (Chansons à Swing, 2013)
- Solveig & Stevie – Keep Your Eyes On Your Heart (Zombie Lover, 2013)
- Chaser Eight – Never Enough (At the 426, 2013)
- Ted Brown – Love is… (An Unwide Road, 2012)
- Grand Old Grizzly – The Sundowners (Grand Old Grizzly [Explicit], 2012)
- Sam Page – Don’t You Want To Get Down ? (Don’t You Want To Get Down ? (Single), 2013)
- Brian Larney – Whistling Past The Graveyard (At the Starting Line, 2013)
- Blue Eyed Sun – Please (Tidal Sound, 2013)
- Escaping Pavement – Burn This Bridge (Uprooted, 2013)
- Jody Quine – Tonight (Seven, 2013)
Introduction et fermeture musicale : Josh Woodward, Cheapskate RomanticEcouter aussi :
- Brian Larney dans Euterpia Radio 067 : Spécial CyberPR
- Chaser Eight dans Euterpia Radio 067 : Spécial CyberPR
- Escaping Pavement dans Euterpia Radio 067 : Spécial CyberPR
- Grand Old Grizzly dans Euterpia Radio 065 : Bon anniversaire Maman !
- Kris Roche dans Euterpia Radio 060 – Maison !
- Kris Roche dans Euterpia Radio 059 : Fairbanks
- Kris Roche dans Euterpia Radio 041 : Bip !
- Kris Roche dans Euterpia Radio 040 : Donc, tout de suite…
- Malou dans Euterpia Radio 065 : Bon anniversaire Maman !
- Sam Page dans Euterpia Radio 048 : Revenants
- Sam Page dans Euterpia Radio 047 : s03e01
- Sam Page dans Euterpia Radio 042 : Titres à la demande
- Sam Page dans Euterpia Radio 039 : Pluie et grisaille
- Sam Page dans Euterpia Radio 029 : Bonne fête maman !
- Solveig & Stevie dans Euterpia Radio 065 : Bon anniversaire Maman !
- Ted Brown dans Euterpia Radio 067 : Spécial CyberPR
- Ted Brown dans Euterpia Radio 002 : Les nouveautés de la semaine du 8 au 14 février 2009
Old Fears is a track from the upcoming EP by Satchmode, a new dream pop duo based in Los Angeles.
Be careful with that submission envelope. You might want to grab a towel. Today’s artist is “retro fresh” surf instrumental music by Birmingham, Alabama’s very own The High Fidelics.
According to the info tracked down at their ReverbNation profile:
This “retro fresh” all instrumental band has started the chattering-class chattering and the toe-tappers’ toes tapping. When you’re at a High Fidelics show, you’ll feel like you’re basking on a California beach, hanging out in a no-wave NYC club, and eating grits at a Memphis soul club — all at the same time. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, this group of men-of-a-certain-age burst into the public eye in October 2010 and has not slowed down yet.
Be sure to talk about the band on your social media profiles, such as Twitter and Facebook. It will raise their egos and also let them know that you’ve been to the office to dig through my files. You never know what your’e going to find in that ragged stack on my desk.Songs Played
- Lil’ Curfew
- Black Dahlia
- Midnight Requisition
The audio file for this work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.
Named after a poem about a haunted canal lock, The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock match Irish folk and traditional sounds with more modern experimental rock sounds. With the release of their new album The Brutal Here and Now they have refined their craft, creating melodic folk rock with with a dark, modern feel. They veer away from their peers in tracing a line from the Irish 60’s folk revival through progressive, kraut and post rock.
Lyrically springing from English and Irish folk song, the compositions deal with complex themes of personal and national identity, alienation, Irish history and mythology,
revolution and the cynical cyclical nature of greed and power. Live they are a powerful five-piece, overlaying intricate folk melodies with swirling squalls of feedback, delay and soaring three-part harmonies.
[via Transduction Records]Download The Brutal Here and Now (Part I)
This week on The Bugcast, we talk about writing, winning, gaming, and we play our usual great selection of independent music!Songs played
- Kelly Allyn – Whiskey Can – from Sheridan, WY – source
- Sweet Play – Flight – from Paris, France – source
- Welcome To Ashley – The Catbird Seat – from Chicago, IL – source
- Professor Kliq – Depart – from Chicago, IL – source
- White Owl – Just Chains – from Moscow, Russia – source
- Jody Quine – Come Back Home – from Vancouver, BC – source
- My Bubba & Mi – Apple Spell – from Grenoble, France – source
- Jonus Preston – Tears In Vain – from New York, NY – source
Podcast Awards 2013 – we’re in the nominee shortlist for PodSafe Music – please vote for us every day until 15th November
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Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we’ve discussedPodcasts mentioned
The next show will be episode 287, which will be broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 8 November 2013 from 21:30 UK time (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 (formerly Butterflies Radio) for relaying the live stream on their own service
Born in 2005 out of boredom and a lack of challenging music radio programming,
Homegrown Podcast has become a twice monthly multi genre mixed music &
spoken word podcast with a very broad ear. Each & every programme is built
from the bottom up by its producer and host Nic Treadwell, by handpicking
tracks he finds scattered around the world wide web and beyond (often into
the very early hours).
Nic has always firmly believed that the worlds of poetry and song should co-exist
with each other, having the potential to take the listener on an emotional and
personal journey of creativity and understanding. Each and every Homegrown
is peppered with a sprinkling of poetry and spoked word artists that complimen
t and add to the musical mix.
In 2010 the podcast was kicked out of Treadwell Towers (the home he shares with
wife & son) and transplanted, literally, into his new purpose built man shed, where
he now broadcasts to the world. God only knows what the neighbours must think
when he staggers down the garden at 2am after uploading another eclectic playlist.
No one edition of the podcast is the same, offering up music from the world over,
whether pitting Saharan Toureg against Swedish pop, or letting British folk rub
shoulders with Austrailan electronica. From blues to bluegrass, and roots to rock,
taking in gospel and experimental music along the way, the podcast certainly
covers a lot of ground.
Like its host, whose broadcasting heroes include John Peel, Andy Kershaw and
Bob Harris, the programme does not shy away from broadening its horizions, along
the way discovering both breathtaking & challenging material that leaves the listener
Live music and chat with songwriter Jesse Terry
recorded @ Homegrown Presents on 18/10/2013
at the Kitchen Garden Cafe in Kingsheath, Birmingham
Jesse Terry - Loveless Motel
Aaron Yorke (Live)
Jesse Terry (Live)
Let The Blue Sky Go To Your Head
Scared Of Nothing
Empty Seat On A Plane
Please sign the Andy Kershaw peitition @ http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/bringbackkershaw/
Subscribe to Homegrown at itunes @ http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/homegrown/id93403497
Join the Homegrown Facebook community @ http://www.facebook.com/Homegrownpodcast
For more great music check out http://www.mikehardingfolkshow.com/
Contribute : firstname.lastname@example.org
"Slam Poetry Sucks" - Harris Alterman; Geeknotes: Diane Di Prima - The Dream of Pre-History, Buddha 309 is Waiting 4 the Bus (guest host Charlie Newman), Bill Yarrow at "the Cafe Gallery"; Open Mic Stage: "Authentic Thinkers" - Frozen Ocean Wave, "Shutdown" by Steve Goodie of The FuMP, "Courageous Chrishauna" - Monk Turner, "Don't Moan To Me" - King Pug, "Amèrica (read by Lou Reed)" - llumenera, "Get Wikkid (Original Mix)" - Mistah Nerf, "Waiting" - Bullshed, "Sunrise Over Ukraine" - Darikus Whalen, "The Confusion" - Stars Over Shadow, "Mortality (feat. Kelsey Mira)" - Fool's Chaos; Map Room: Food industry adding larger doses of caffeine to more and more products, Researchers develop cheaper, longer-lasting futuristic copper foam batteries, Evolution of Species Not as Hard as It Seems; Venue Verite: "A Dream" - Lou Reed; Music Bed: "Future Emperor of Evanston" - Chris Greene Quartet
Singleton are from Kiev in Ukraine. We have played them before, in April 2011, check that out here. Now they just released their second album, “Uncovered” its time for a second play.
“The album was recorded in Kiev, Ukraine, it was mixed in London by Barny Barnicott, and mastered in New York by Greg Calbi. To get these names on board became possible on the back of the critical acclaim of the debut “The High Seas” in 2010, a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo, and the first prize at the Eurock Marathon in Berlin in 2012.” [from bio]
A proper bedroom podcast for you tonight. It’s Halloween, and we really were going to get into the spirit. Honest. We bought a pumpkin, and bags of sweeties for the neighbourhood guisers (that’s what we call ‘trick or treaters’ in these parts), and everything. But then we realised that the doorbell ringing would wake up Edinburgh Man Junior… so tonight the front of the flat is in darkness, as we hide in the back recording podcasts and eating tiny Mars bars.
All of which means that the podcast is properly recorded in a bedroom. I even had to tidy it to make enough space for recording the show! So if nothing else, that’s one chore ticked off the list.
1. The Sea Life – “NY Models” (Played courtesy of The Sea Life, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
2. KEEL HER – “Stranger From the Skies” (Played courtesy of KEEL HER, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
3. Males – “Lucky Too” (Played courtesy of Fishrider Records)
4. So Sexual – “Our Love Was A Crime (Alligator Indian cover)” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
5. Michael Cantor – “Crossed Out” (Played courtesy of Michael Cantor, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
6. Radiator Hospital – “Your Boyfriend” (Played courtesy of Radiator Hospital, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
7. Winter – “Alligator” (Played courtesy of Winter, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
8. Wild Hands – “Colorado” (Played courtesy of Wild Hands, Released under a Creative Commons Licence)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #149
- Skynet: The Wild Canada, Transcend
- Zoltar Speaks: Nothing in the World UK, Transcend
- Sons of Sin: Whore of Babylon UK
- Charetta: I’m not your bitch USA
- God Seed: Hinstu Dagar Norway
- Funeral Circle: Scion of Infinity Canada
- Dawn of Justice: Fuel of Insanity (Feat Dana Willax) France
- Master: Waiting to Die USA
- Monks of Mellonwah: Downfall Australia
- Mortal Decay: Anatomy Turned Chaotic Puzzle USA, Comatose Music, ClawhammerPR
- Blood of The Martyrs: Swifty USA, PHM Records
- Tribune: Insectoid Canada
- Coven 13: She Rides The Dawn USA, Shadow Kingdom, ClawhammerPR
- Lost in Desire: Deathwish Austria
- Breached: Brighter Days Canada
- Lost Breed: Rescind The Horde USA
- Bull-Rift Stampede: Thrashing Machine UK
- Intensive Square: Trails of The Ubermann Wales
- Subservience: Disorder UK
- Machine Gun Men: Down with The Devil UK
- Trainwreck Architect: Dream Pariah Canada
- Zodiac in Black: The Joke is on Us UK, STM Records