Show 130 – Lost And Found Down Under - features two tracks from recently re-discovered Australian musician Karen Law (previously Karen Burton).
The rest of the music is from around the world with Jo Carley and the Old Dry Skulls (London), Lindsay Beth Harper (Blue Ridge, GA), Antonia Vai (Budapest, via Stockholm), and James Parramore (Sion, Switzerland).
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2. Karen Burton – A Point On The Map
5. Antonia Vai – Down In The Water
6. James Parramore – What Am I Going To Do
From the album Cinderella, New Wave
James Bartholomew - Far And Away
Theme tune: Andrew Ellis – Blind Mary
This show is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting
It’s A Frog’s Life Acoustic Podcast Show 130 – Lost And Found Down Under
The band are Joseph Cumbo, Lawrence Falcomer & Adam Troy.
Idiosyncratic Transmissions is a member of the Association of Music Podcasting.
Hosted this week by Graham Holland of It's A Frog's Life Acoustic Podcast
“The track’s carefree sunshine-pop melody and whimsical imagery is the ideal soundtrack to summer. “Fairytale Tourist” takes its story to heart – weaving imaginative lyrics and infectious instrumentation into a breezy, effortless pop ride. Karla Kane’s dreamy musings teleport us to a land where anything and everything is possible.” [via GLG Publicity]
1. Peixe – Valsa do Cowboy Enamorado (Porto, Portugal)
2. Robert Meaning – My Mind Is Set On You (Entroncamento, Portugal)
Mp3 grátis: Bandcamp
3. Rebekka Karijord - Multicolored Hummingbird (Sandnessjøen, Noruega) [artista do mês de Março]
Comprar: Loja oficial
4. Ladybug – Florence (Sesimbra, Portugal) [artista do mês de Abril]
5. Hanni El Khatib – The Teeth (Los Angeles, E.U.A.)
Comprar: Innovative Leisure
6. Color Collage- 2048 (Brooklyn, E.U.A.)
7. Girl Friend – Monte Carlo (Manchester, Inglaterra)
Pré-compra: iTunesCowboy Cantor, a excelência da música independente.
Non-profit DIY punk rock fanzine RAZORCAKE just last month released their first compilation under the ‘Tear a Cognita’ banner, a series of regional music compilations put together by active participants of the community they’re repping.
The first effort is from Salt Lake City, Utah. The fanzine describes the scene there as:
“a small and tightly-knit punk scene of diverse bands and personalities. Each band is starkly different than the next, creating a standard of well-attended and unpredictable shows. Within the past couple years their community has grown more supportive and inclusive than ever”
Tear a Cognita #1 was released on the 25th of March and we’ve chosen one of thirteen great tracks as a sample. Check out more from this band and grab the entire compilation below as a free download!Download The Power is in My Name HypeMachine
Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight 129
To play click the player above or right click Spotlight 129 to download for free.Hosted by Stuart Todd (Three Minute Hero)
1. Jimmy & The Revolvers – Sunday Morning
2. Derek King – Summer Rain
3. Jo Bywater – Riches to Rags
4. Rosenblume – All Through The Fire, All Through The Rain
5. Iain Till – The Rise And The Fall
6. Shoes4Brakes – Minnesota
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.
This week on The Bugcast: The girls invade the show, so everything goes to pot, but we still play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!Songs played
- Flayst – Through My Eyes – from Salgesch, Switzerland – source
- Night Noise Team – High Line – from Edinburgh, Scotland – direct from the artist
- The First Class – Reaching – from Chigago, IL – source
- T C Folkpunk – I Overheard Somebody Telling Me – from Toronto, ON – direct from the artist
- Chris Sand – Goodbye – from Brussels, Belgium – source
- David Krystal – All Or Nothing – from Toronto, ON – source
- Emily Richards – Let’s Pretend – from San Diego, CA – source
- Aviator Shades – Tallahassee Woman – from Vancouver, BC – direct from the artist
Dave got “got”
- Podcrawl Glasgow, Friday 10 July 2015
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- The next live show will be episode 356, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 10 April 2015 at 21:30 UK time (BST/UTC+1).
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 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
Audio Graffiti for replaying the show on their station
This week I present a Wonderland of music, yes a WONDERLAND! Never mind…
Bela Takes Chase – Collide click here to watch the new video , Come The Spring - Maps, xx_JTX_xx – Color, Salme Dahlstrom – Rockin The Spot, The Cadbury Sisters – You Choose, Nick Tann – Don’t, Lucy Kitchen – Tide, Anja McCloskey – Words, Chris Cava – Climb The Red Sky
Here is where I am playing next
“Our name, In Letter Form, essentially refers to what we consider an antiquated method of communication,” says the band’s leader and vocalist, Eric Miranda. “We play all of our music live, on analogue gear. And, yes, we still write and mail letters.” [bio via Fanatic]
Time for another exciting edition of the Edinburgh Man Podcast! And again, it’s not a live show. I’ve done something to the live server so that it won’t stream for more than 5 minutes. I will fix it at some point, but not tonight because, as always, I’ve left it all to the last minute.
Actually, I haven’t left everything to the last minute. I did a whole load of preparation for tonight’s show, including writing notes while I had my coffee this morning! Shocking. Will this professionalism be reflected in the quality of the show? Probably not.
1. Rough Shape – “Michigan State Hospital” (Played courtesy of Rough Shape, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
2. Sei Yamamoto – “Hakuro-jo Castle” (Played courtesy of Sei Yamamoto, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
3. Garden Of Elks – “This Morning We Are Astronauts” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
4. Fake Species – “We Are The Ones” (Played courtesy of Fake Species, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
5. Winter – “Strange Emotions” (Played courtesy of Winter, Released under a Creative Commons licence)
6. Apache Viking – “Magic Dudes” (Played courtesy of Bleeding Gold Records)
7. Woodpigeon – “When You Look For Trouble, Trouble Comes” (Played courtesy of Song by Toad Records)
Direct Download: Edinburgh Man #201
- Kill for Eden: Kerosene (London, UK)
- Kurhan: ….. (from “Głód”, Poland, Arachnophobia Records)
- Antagonist AD: Hard Feelings (from “Haunt Me As I Roam”, New Zealand, Life-force Records) 13th April Release
- Eternal Solstice: Ritual Prey (from “Remnants of Immortality”, Netherlands, Dark Descent Records, Clawhammer)
- Monsterworks: Ripple Effect (from “The Existential Codex”, New Zealand)
- Muck: Waiting (from “Your Joyous Future”, Iceland, Prosthetic)
- Ultra-Violence: Gavels Bang (from “deflect the Flow”, Turin, Italy, Candlelight Records) 20th April Release
- Red Bee: Chokehold (New South Wales, Australia)
- Deformity BR: Bloody Banquet (from “AnthroposDeadGoreDisgustingPhagia”, Brazil)
- Psycroptic: Endless Wandering (from “Psycroptic”, Tasmania, Australia, Prosthetic Records)
- King Hitter: The End (from “King Hitter”, USA) Corrosion of conformity new project.
- Kontinuum: Breathe (from “Kyrr”, Iceland)
- Incinerate: Inhuman Inoculation (from “Eradicating Terrestrial Species”, Minnesota, USA)
- Sinners Moon: Memento Mori (from “Atlantis”, Slovakia) April 10th
- Shields: Jordan (Single Release, London, UK)
- Defender: Oceans (from “We Don’t Remember Days, We Remember Moments”, Baden Switzerland)
- Vola: Starburn (from “Inmazes”, Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Io: Basin (from “Cap Arcona”, New York, USA)
- Éohum: Equatorial Rains (from “Revelations, Aurora of an Epoch”, Montreal, Canada)
- Elderoth: This Shadow by my side (from “Mystic”, Canada, Asher) April 28th
- Mercury Blast: Homeless Nights (Montreal, Canada)
- Royal Thunder: Time Machine (Savannah, Georgia, Relapse Records)
The Landing is a one-man space-pop project based out of Brooklyn, New York. The Debut EP, ‘We Are’ was recently issued and delves into meaning behind the mysteries of our amazing universe along with the latest single ‘Then Comes the Wonder’. This is another excellent anthem for the optimistic released a few short weeks back.
The group has a few videos out, one for ‘Anxieties’ which you may remember we featured last year, and also the newer video embedded below for ‘We Are’.Download Then Comes the Wonder HypeMachine
The first Discovery 2 live podcast of 2015 features rock, ska, rapper Karl Phillips, raucous, edgy, indie punk from The Bulletproof Bomb, rock/pop from fast rising London trio Kolo, alternative songstress Amy Odell, and 19-year-old singer/songwriter Chris Preston. You’ll hear full live sets and interviews from all five artists, presented by Claire Rozario.
You will also find a catalog of photos below taken by Prexa Shrestha.More about the artists KARL PHILLIPS
The last few years has seen Karl support Chase & Status, Example, Wiley, Reverend & The Makers, Skepta, RDGLDGRN & Alabama 3 on tour. Air time on numerous BBC Introducing shows, including BBC 6 Music.
Headline gigs at O2 Academy’s and a sell-out EP launch at Camden Barfly and squeezing in the odd gig in France. Karl even found time to gain support from the ‘Dont Flop’ Rap battle league after taking part in what might be the worlds first ever “guitar rap battle”.
Summers were spent in festival mode spreading the rock/rap/ska vibe as far as Latvia! Sharing stages with the likes of The Subways, Tinchy Stryder and Zane Lowe.THE BULLETPROOF BOMB
Their raucous edgy guitar driven sound has gained unprecedented attention including support by Zane Lowe on Radio 1, Gary Crowley BBC London, a headline slot on BBC Introducing stage at Reading Festival. They have also played Leeds and Rob Da Banks stage at Bestival. Their debut EP was produced by Rory Attwell (The Vaccines, Yuck and The Palma Violets).
“Definitely a band that music appreciators from around the rocking globe should most certainly listen and watch closely for. Ace band.” -Forkster RocksKOLO
Kolo are a three piece pop rock band based in London. Originally from Devon; Jon, Steve and Dan’s epic pop rock anthems have been charming audiences up and down the UK since 2006.
Their much anticipated debut album was produced in Nashville by Chris Henderson from 3 Doors Down .’Castro’, the first track off the album, ‘Who Wants to Rule the World?’ Comes out on January 19th 2015.
“I produced this album and I am still listening to it… every day.” -Chris Henderson, 3 Doors Down.
“Having seen them live in the UK and the States, I can tell you its a wholehearted excellent show full of great music.” -Vic Morgan, BBCAMY ODELL
From the depths of East London a dark soulful storm is brewing in the form of alternative songstress Amy Odell. The gritty sound that emanates from her pipes has an element to it that no other brother can touch. Amy contributed a vocal guest appearance on legendary Irish musician Gavin Friday’s album ‘Catholic’ after Gavin chose her personally to feature on the song ‘Land On The Moon’. Don’t be fooled by the lack of noise this siren is making. It has been a long time coming, and bubbling under the ground ready for the explosion of 2015CHRIS PRESTON
Chris is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter hailing from the Southwest of England primarily influenced by acts such as City and Colour, Daughter and Local Natives. Debut songs ‘Hold on’ and ‘Bridges’ were viewed over a thousand times each in less than 24 hours after being uploaded and and were each reposted.Photos from the evening
“Bells Atlas emerges from the vibrant cultural and musical backdrop of Oakland, CA. Blending heavy percussion, soulful vocal harmonies, and thoughtful arrangements, this dynamic group has arrived at a sound that is uniquely their own. They capture the spirit of eclectic influences and draw a wide audience with diverse tastes, setting the stage from a world their own- a place to discover and explore through wonder, sonic landscapes and movement. You can find their first album on Bandcamp and iTunes.” [bio]