BritCaster.com - aggregated UK podcast feed BritCaster.com brings the entire UK podcasting spectrum into a single location, enabling you to samle the best of UK audio and video podcasts in one place. http://britcaster.com en 22 January 2018, 6:26 BCAggregator The No1 in aggregated podcast feeds BritCaster provides the only place where you can find a comprehensive and constantly refreshed feed containing the latest podcast programmes to be released from within the UK. BritCaster.com Podcast Image britcaster,UK,British,English,Scottish, Welsh,Irish,Ireland,England,Wales,Scotland,podcast,feed,sport,entertainment,news,talk,music info@britcaster.com BritCaster Admin 20th January 1942: Nazi leaders meet at the Wannsee Conference

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20 Jan 2018 @ 03:05 am +0000 http://www.historypod.net HistoryPod On the 20th January 1942, a number of senior Nazis met at the Wannsee Conference where they discussed what was referred to as the Final Solution to the Jewish Question. SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich called the meeting, in which he outlined the deportation of European Jews to extermination camps in Poland where they would be systematically murdered. Six months earlier, on the 31st July 1941, Hermann Goering had ordered Heydrich as his second-in-command to submit plans \"for the implementation of the projected final solution of the Jewish question\". Heydrich was a trusted member of the Nazi elite, and had been referred ... HistoryPod http://www.historypod.net
the bugcast 496 – I Have No Words This week on The Bugcast: we introduce the CC Music Award, our plans for the next 8 weeks, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

CC Music Awards
Episode 500 – Listener's Memories – is coming soon, and can only happen with your input! More details soon!

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13 Jan 2018 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: we introduce the CC Music Award, our plans for the next 8 weeks, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music! Songs played Omonoko – Animals – from Newry, Co Armagh – source Ralph Castelli – Better Things – from Anchorage, AK – source Seth Power – Casanova – from Jackson, MS – source Plants – The Hill – from Surrey, BC – source Laura Oliva – Right Now – from Barcelona, Spain – source Rasmus Söderberg – Shivering Lips – from Rimbo, Sweden – source Ay-14ice – Today – from Stuttgart, Germany – source Lights From Space – Jamaican – from Seattle, WA – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics CC Music Awards Episode 500 – Listener\'s Memories – is coming soon, and can only happen with your input! More details soon! Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 497, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 12 January 2018 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 495 – Resolutely Fabulous This week on The Bugcast: as we ring in the new year, Dave and Caroline revisit their New Years Goals from 2017, make a half-baked attempts at Goals for 2018, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Caroline's New Year Goals 2017 to 2018
Dave's New Year Goals 2017 to 2018
YouTube: melodysheep – Nature Of Sound
MyDoncaster – Humour to Avoid Hysteria

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6 Jan 2018 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: as we ring in the new year, Dave and Caroline revisit their New Years Goals from 2017, make a half-baked attempts at Goals for 2018, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Liv Margaret – Mr. Good Boy – from Nashville, TN – source Lucille Furs – Pink Noise – from Chicago, IL – courtesey of NoVo Management and Publicity Seth Power – Messes – from Jackson, MS – source Yellow Feather – Couch Farm – from Old Fort, NC – courtesey of NoVo Management and Publicity Scott Jacobs – Pass The Days Away – from Nanaimo, Canada – source melodysheep – Nature Of Sound – from Bellingham, WA – source Ro Tierney – Rongo – from Dublin, Ireland – source Degrees – In Your Face – from Tranås, Sweden – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Caroline\'s New Year Goals 2017 to 2018 Dave\'s New Year Goals 2017 to 2018 YouTube: melodysheep – Nature Of Sound MyDoncaster – Humour to Avoid Hysteria Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 496, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 12 January 2018 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 494 – Toodle-pip 2017 This week on The Bugcast: in our last show of the year, we (very briefly) sum up our Christmas week, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


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Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Christmas week roundup
Feedback from Anna & Peter in Ghana

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31 Dec 2017 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: in our last show of the year, we (very briefly) sum up our Christmas week, and play 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Mindfull – Straight Chillin\' – from Oceanside, CA – source Talking To Sophie – Bright Lights – from Germany – source Michael Ellis – Little Red Riding Hood – from Oldenburg, Germany – source Jount – Be As One – from Ukraine – source Hood Smoke – Depending On The Fool – from Chicago, IL – courtesey of NoVo Management and Publicity Robin Grey – Pat Do This Pat Do That – from London, UK – source The Jaygles – Last Song – from Italy – source Metaloyd – Here Is My Heart – from Toronto, ON – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Christmas week roundup Feedback from Anna & Peter in Ghana Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 495, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 5 January 2018 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 493 – Chrimbob! This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline present their Christmas Special, covering work parties, their anniversary weekend, and 8 amazing tracks of festive Creative Commons music!

A very merry Christmas to all of our listeners!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Work Christmas Parties
Anniversary Weekend
TuxJam 62 – Crypto Christmas Currency

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Insomnia Radio: Canada

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23 Dec 2017 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline present their Christmas Special, covering work parties, their anniversary weekend, and 8 amazing tracks of festive Creative Commons music! A very merry Christmas to all of our listeners! Songs played Devyn Rose – Holidays At Home – from New York, NY – source Snowflake & ccMixter – California Winter (Loveshadow Mix) – from San Diego, CA – source Crazy Quilt Bouquet – Alternativity – from Derbyshire, UK – source ccMixter – Xmas Trees Ain\'t Getting Shorter (Stefan Kartenberg Mix) – from Germany – source Vince Costa – Home Before Christmas – from Goa, India – source Bryyn – Snowing in Wyoming – from Moscow, ID – source Ground & Leaves – And You With Me (A Song For Christmas) – from Italy – source ccMixter – Top of My List (Copperhead Mix) – from New York, NY – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Work Christmas Parties Anniversary Weekend TuxJam 62 – Crypto Christmas Currency Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 494, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 29 December 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Podcasts mentioned TuxJam (an Otherside Podcast Network member) Insomnia Radio: Canada Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 492 – Eh Canada This week on The Bugcast: Chris from Canada presents a fluff-free jam-packed bumper music extravaganza, featuring 13 phenomenal tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


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Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

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Podcasts mentioned

Insomnia Radio: Canada

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16 Dec 2017 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: Chris from Canada presents a fluff-free jam-packed bumper music extravaganza, featuring 13 phenomenal tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Trent Severn – Eh Canada – from Stratford, ON Double Experience – Glimmer Shot – from Ottawa, ON I Am Not Lefthanded – Lifelines – from Piedmont, CA – source Chasing Eidolon – Supernova – from Vancouver, BC – source Heather Dale – Huron Carol – from Toronto, ON Explosive Ear Candy – Christmas All The Time – from Los Angeles, CA – source The Hedgerow Folk – I Still – from Auburn, AL – source Adam Wendler – Follow Me Down – from Goderich, ON Sydney Leigh – Out Of Air – from Detroit, MI – source Jekk – So Hard – from Paris, France – source Tamara Laurel – There Is A Line – from Nashville, TN – source Jamie Rumley – Walk On – from Winnipeg, MB – source The Moose – Let’s Get Out – from Sweden – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 493, our Christmas special, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 22 December 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Podcasts mentioned Insomnia Radio: Canada Special thanks go to Chris from Canada for hosting this show! Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 491 – Squeeze one out This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline squeeze out a shorter show this week, with very little waffle, and 6 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Christmas Planning
TuxJam 61 Gifts For Geeks
News In My Briefs

Announcements

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Podcasts mentioned

TuxJam (an Otherside Podcast Network member)
News In My Briefs
Insomnia Radio: Canada

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11 Dec 2017 @ 01:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline squeeze out a shorter show this week, with very little waffle, and 6 amazing tracks of Creative Commons music! Songs played Brückenbauer – Shoot The Other One – from Groningen, Netherlands – source Campbells – Always On The Way – from Italy – source Numback – Snowdrop – from Voronezh, Russia – source The Halt – Fangs – from Brooklyn, NY – source Forget The Whale – Hex – from Jersey City, NJ – source Omonoko – Empty Streets – from Newry, Co Armagh – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Christmas Planning TuxJam 61 Gifts For Geeks News In My Briefs Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 492, hosted by Chris from Canada, which will be replayed live in the chatroom on Friday 15 December 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Podcasts mentioned TuxJam (an Otherside Podcast Network member) News In My Briefs Insomnia Radio: Canada Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 490 – Trump-Muppet! This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline are back after a week off, so we talk about The Orange One™, and play 8 cracking tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Thanks to Yannick and Lainey for hosting episode 489
BBC News: Donald Trump retweets far-right group's anti-Muslim videos

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2 Dec 2017 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: Dave and Caroline are back after a week off, so we talk about The Orange One, and play 8 cracking tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Lenny Wiles Lionstar – Mad Doctor Milton – Quasar Light – from Hex County, PA – source Fallen Child – Sick – from Weston-super-Mare, UK – direct from the artist Townhouse Woods – Anthem for Victory at Viroqua – from USA – source Stefan Kartenberg – The Clock – from Germany – source ccMixter – When The Sun Hardly Comes Out (Piero Peluche Mix) – from USA – source Fader Hill – All I Need – from Leeuwarden, Netherlands – source Becays – Stay Awake – from France – source Aviator Shades – Moonlight – from Vancouver, BC – direct from the artist Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Thanks to Yannick and Lainey for hosting episode 489 BBC News: Donald Trump retweets far-right group\'s anti-Muslim videos Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 491, hosted by Chris and John from Canada, which will be replayed in the chatroom on Friday 8 December 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Yannick and Lainey for hosting this week\'s show Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 489 – Crazy Carrot This week on The Bugcast: carrots, work, preparation (or lack thereof), and 8 cracking Creative Commons tracks!

We've noticed a couple of brief drop-outs in the audio of this week's show. Unfortunately this happened in the original recording, so isn't easily rectifiable. Hopefully this doesn't affect your enjoyment of the show.


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

Yannick and Lainey are hosting this show whilst Dave and Caroline are away
Shoppers go crazy for Aldi Kevin the Carrot toy

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25 Nov 2017 @ 12:00 pm +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: carrots, work, preparation (or lack thereof), and 8 cracking Creative Commons tracks! We\'ve noticed a couple of brief drop-outs in the audio of this week\'s show. Unfortunately this happened in the original recording, so isn\'t easily rectifiable. Hopefully this doesn\'t affect your enjoyment of the show. Songs played Explosive Ear Candy – Christmas All The Time – from Los Angeles, CA – source Melanie Ungar – Crazy Glue – from Toronto, ON – source Dark Park – ????? ?? ???????? – from Russia – source Kellee Maize – Crown – from Pittsburgh, PA – source Novye Valtorny – Swimming In The Sky – from Moscow, Russia – source Joe Farren – American Dream – from Saint Petersburg, FL – source Fighting for Frequency – Still Standing – from New Orleans, LA – source Tamara Laurel – Whiskey – from Woodinville, WA – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics Yannick and Lainey are hosting this show whilst Dave and Caroline are away Shoppers go crazy for Aldi Kevin the Carrot toy Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 490, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 1 December 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Yannick and Lainey for hosting this week\'s show Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 488 – Ok, Pudsey This week on The Bugcast: bears, gritters, automated voices, social media spying, and 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

BBC Children In Need
BBC News: Doncaster Council Gritter Names
AIY Projects Voice Kit
Gimlet Media: ReplyAll #109 Is Facebook Spying on You?

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18 Nov 2017 @ 08:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: bears, gritters, automated voices, social media spying, and 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Aviator Shades – Voodoo – from Vancouver, BC – direct from the artist Steven Dunston – It Could Be – from Seattle, WA – source Neon Niteclub – Devotion – from Orlando, FL – source Mark Dantès – Hold On – from Italy – source Jeffrey Philip Nelson – Seventeen – from Los Angeles, CA – source Marwood Williams – The Burden Of Leaving – from Seattle, WA – source Bryyn – Black Wolves – from Moscow, ID – source The Brothers – If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day – from Donetsk, Ukraine – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics BBC Children In Need BBC News: Doncaster Council Gritter Names AIY Projects Voice Kit Gimlet Media: ReplyAll #109 Is Facebook Spying on You? Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 489, which will be streamed live in the chatroom, and hosted by Yannick and Lainey, on Friday 24 November 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
the bugcast 487 – Expecto Pokémon This week on The Bugcast: Verified profiles, Potterballs, cruelty to trains, and 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music!


Songs played

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking

Topics

BBC News: Twitter halts ‘broken' verified-profile system
BBC News: Pokemon Go firm plans Harry Potter magic
YouTube: Thomas the ‘Dark' Tank Engine show

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11 Nov 2017 @ 02:00 am +0000 https://thebugcast.org The Bugcast This week on The Bugcast: Verified profiles, Potterballs, cruelty to trains, and 8 amazing tracks of Creative Commons and independent music! Songs played Forget The Whale – Carry Your Own Weight – from Jersey Ciity, NJ – source In Isolation – Trappist-1 – from Nottingham, UK – direct from the artist Ladell – Saved My Life – from Lancaster, CA – source We Were Cheerleaders – Alchemy – from France – source Ubik\'s Child – Four To The Floor – from Stuttgart, Germany – source Fallen Child – Someone – from Weston-super-Mare, UK – direct from the artist Gum – Fly Me To The Ocean – from Oklahoma City, OK – source Axel Antunes – Nature World – from Brazil – source Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking Topics BBC News: Twitter halts ‘broken\' verified-profile system BBC News: Pokemon Go firm plans Harry Potter magic YouTube: Thomas the ‘Dark\' Tank Engine show Announcements Please leave us feedback on the music or any of the topics that we\'ve discussed. The next show will be episode 488, which will be streamed live in the chatroom on Friday 17 November 2017 at 21:30-ish UK time (GMT/UTC). Join us during the week on our Telegram group chat – click here to join (you\'ll need a Telegram account) Why don\'t you record an intro for a future show? Special thanks go to Our supporters! 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 media files Euterpia Radio for the use of their Shoutcast server The Bugcast is a proud founder member of the Otherside Podcast Network The Bugcast https://thebugcast.org
Liz Special 3 - Favourite Performers

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7 Dec 2015 @ 04:14 am +0000 http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk StandUpTragedy In the third and final of three Liz Specials, host Dave Pickering sits down with Liz Bailey as she shares her favorite performers from the first 4 years of SUT. Liz has been a producer, stage manager and well loved member of the Stand Up Tragedy team since it started and this is really an audio history of the show. It (and the other two previous Liz Specials) are also a farewell present to (and from) Liz. Keith Jarrett: http://zoneonetosix.blogspot.co.uk/ James McKay: https://mckaypoetry.wordpress.com/ Lucy Ayrton: http://www.lucyayrton.co.uk/ Brydie Lee-Kennedy: http://www.brydieleekennedy.com/ Tim Ralphs: http://www.timralphs.com/ Samantha Mann: http://www.mssamanthamann.com/ StandUpTragedy http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk
Liz Special 2 - Best Of The Genres

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9 Oct 2015 @ 02:58 am +0000 http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk StandUpTragedy In the second of three Liz Specials, host Dave Pickering sits down with Liz Bailey as she shares her favorite performances from each of the genres of performance that we have had on the SUT. Liz has been a producer, stage manager and well loved member of the Stand Up Tragedy team since it started and this is really an audio history of the show. It (and the other two Liz Specials) are also a farewell present to (and from) Liz. Poetry: Fay Roberts: http://www.fayroberts.co.uk/ Fiction: Jen Adamthwaite: http://www.jadamthwaite.co.uk/ True Storytelling: Allan Girod: https://www.facebook.com/allan.girod Comedy: The Storybeast: https://twitter.com/thestorybeast Music: Josie Duncan: https://soundcloud.com/josieduncanmusic Storytelling: Stephe Harrop: http://www.stepheharrop.co.uk/ Our next live show is Tragic Autumn on Friday 16th October: http://www.facebook.com/events/1453089018350037/ And we\'re doing a Stand Up Tragedy Presents on Thursday 19th November: http://www.facebook.com/events/461679520679231/ StandUpTragedy http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk
Liz Special 1 - Greatest Hits

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25 Sep 2015 @ 04:06 am +0000 http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk StandUpTragedy In the first of three Liz Specials, host Dave Pickering sits down with Liz Bailey as she shares her favorite performances from each of the Stand Up Tragedy seasons she has been a part of. Liz has been a producer, stage manager and well loved member of the Stand Up Tragedy team since it started and this is really an audio history of the show. It (and the other two upcoming Liz Specials) are also a farewell present to (and from) Liz. London Season 1: The Big O by Jacqueline Downs, performed by Libby Edwards and presented by Liars\' League: http://www.liarsleague.com/ London Season 2: Emily Capell: http://www.emilycapell.com/ London Season 3: Richard Tyrone Jones: http://rtjpoet.com/ London Season 4: Cameryn Moore: http://www.camerynmoore.com/ Edinburgh Season 1: Louise Fazackerley: http://louisethepoet.co.uk/ Edinburgh Season 2: Tamer Kattan: http://www.tamerkattan.com/ Edinburgh Season 3: Lee Nelson: https://twitter.com/ARealLeeNelson Our next live show is Tragic Autumn on Friday 16th October: www.facebook.com/events/1453089018350037/ And we\'re doing a Stand Up Tragedy Presents on Thursday 19th November: www.facebook.com/events/461679520679231/ StandUpTragedy http://www.standuptragedy.co.uk
SSR07: Profanity ft. Alexis Dubus

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    Why is swearing so offensive?

    Welcome back to the Sunday Spit Roast team!

    Alexis Debus

    Alexis Debus talks about swearing

    This episode is about Profanity. Is it good or bad to swear? How important is swearing to the English language? Is Blasphemy cosmically wrong or just silly? When is it big and clever to say rude words?

    So if you are fan of bad language stay tuned.

    This episode features the special guest:

    Alexis Dubus

    Alexis is an awesome comedian / actor and the writer / star of the critically acclaimed A R#ddy Brief History Of Swearing. A comedy lecture on the history of curse words, which won Alexis a Three Weeks Editors' award.

    An established stand-up, character and sketch performer, Alexis has gigged all over the world to critical acclaim. He was the promoter and co-host of the award-winning Falling Down With Laughter comedy club from 2005-2011 and is co-host of the Comedy Cul-de-Sac podcast. He is a proud board member of the Alternative Comedy Memorial Society.

    So sit back plug in the headphones and get ready to be offended.

    Contains strong language!

    Feedback is a wonderful thing. Please feel free to contact us via Facebook or Twitter @SundaySpitRoast with any thoughts or suggestions about the show.

    Peace and love, FD&C!

    Also why not SpeakPipe a voice-mail to us? The link is on the right hand-side.

    Check out this great article by Stephen Fry on the subject:

    Don’t Mind Your Language… - Stephen Fry Alexis Dubus

    Don’t Mind Your Language… – Stephen Fry

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    28 Jun 2015 @ 01:01 am +0000 http://sundayspitroast.com Sunday Spit Roast Share This: https://sundayspitroast.podbean.com/mf/play/9xix67/SSR-07-Profanity.mp3 Running time: 42 minutes 21 seconds Why is swearing so offensive? Welcome back to the Sunday Spit Roast team! Alexis Debus talks about swearing This episode is about Profanity. Is it good or bad to swear? How important is swearing to the English language? Is Blasphemy cosmically wrong or just silly? When is it big and clever to say rude words? So if you are fan of bad language stay tuned. This episode features the special guest: Alexis Dubus Alexis is an awesome comedian / actor and the writer / star of the critically acclaimed A R#ddy Brief History Of Swearing. A comedy lecture on the history of curse words, which won Alexis a Three Weeks Editors\' award. An established stand-up, character and sketch performer, Alexis has gigged all over the world to critical acclaim. He was the promoter and co-host of the award-winning Falling Down With Laughter comedy club from 2005-2011 and is co-host of the Comedy Cul-de-Sac podcast. He is a proud board member of the Alternative Comedy Memorial Society. So sit back plug in the headphones and get ready to be offended. Contains strong language! Feedback is a wonderful thing. Please feel free to contact us via Facebook or Twitter @SundaySpitRoast with any thoughts or suggestions about the show. Peace and love, FD&C! Also why not SpeakPipe a voice-mail to us? The link is on the right hand-side. Check out this great article by Stephen Fry on the subject: Don’t Mind Your Language… – Stephen Fry Sunday Spit Roast http://sundayspitroast.com
    Interview with Kevin Laye Kevin LayeIn today's podcast, I'm thrilled and honoured to bring you an interview with Kevin Laye. Kevin is one of the leading Jedi masters of the personal change industry who's been personally mentored by the co-creator of NLP, Richard Bandler, and the creator of Thought Field Therapy (TFT), Roger Callahan. It was his friend Paul Mckenna who encouraged him to start working in the therapy world fifteen years ago and since then he's studied pretty much every method for bring about personal change that exists. He describes his niche as SPEED and only ever wants to see his clients once and so he only uses stuff that delivers results fast. He has a busy practice on the infamous Harley Street in London and is often called upon by the rich and famous including Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Spacey and Robert DeNiro. You can read his full bio below.

    During our chat he talks about many of the techniques from what he calls his toy box including hypnosis, EMDR, NLP, TFT, Havening and his new technique PsyTap. PsyTap is Kevin's unique blend of all the bits of everything he's learned that works and that has science to back it up. Kevin shares much of the science that underpins the work he does including heart math, heart rate variability including how science can be used to demonstrate that changes are being being made.

    During our chat, Kevin also shares

    • a great story about how he deals with people who want to see the evidence behind personal change techniques
    • why the heart is the real brain
    • why we DON'T see more evidence and research to support personal change techniques
    • why he thinks that the NHS doesn't really want us to get better
    • why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is used as the go-to technique for personal change among health professionals and why this is failing many
    • a brilliant quick technique for clearing anxiety or panic attacks in the moment
    • a super simple technique for stimulating oxytocin in bucket loads
    • what his new PsyTap technique is all about and how you can learn it yourself

    Here's more information about Kevin Laye

    UK trainer and practitioner Kevin Laye's efficient, no-nonsense approach has helped thousands of students, hundreds of veterans suffering from PTSD, and a host of actors, musicians and athletes including Leonardo DeCaprio, Robert DeNiro, Kevin Spacey, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, singer Natalie Imbruglia, and golfer David Banks.

    Paul MckennaThe late creator of TFT himself – American psychologist Dr. Roger Callahan – had high praise for Laye's work: “When Kevin teaches TFT, people are inspired and many become vitally enthused with the potential of TFT. One cannot ask more of a teacher. Thank you, Kevin, for all you do,” he said.

    “You can use TFT to work on whatever emotional or stressful circumstances you're experiencing in your life right now,” Laye says. “My approach is not about managing the issue, but to get rid of it as soon as possible, then teach you how to keep it away.”

    Kevin Laye has a varied and diverse background from being a former member of the military and European Karate Champion currently ranked as a 6th Dan Black Belt by the W.B.F.O.M.A. Kevin has also worked in the Middle East for the Ministry of Defence and Aviation and designed and managed Gymnasiums from 500 member clubs to a 1.2 Billion dollar sports complex in Saudi Arabia.

    In corporate life Kevin rose very quickly from being a top salesman to being a Sales Director of a multi million pound company. Seeking change again Kevin has settled on his passion of helping people overcome a multitude of issues as a highly successful Harley St Therapist dealing with athletes, pop stars, actors and a host of celebrities along with anyone else who seeks what he can offer in his clinic.

    He is a qualified trainer of Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming and Thought Field Therapy having been trained in the main by the originators of each discipline wherever possible. Using a cocktail of techniques including those mentioned and more besides Kevin has developed a highly effective no-nonsense style of therapy focusing on speedy resolutions and effective outcomes rather than going through problems over and over again as in many more traditional forms of therapy, that’s why it is called ‘Progress – Therapy'.

    You can find Kevin online at his personal website Kevin Laye or at Psy Tap where you'll find information his new technique including course information. Kevin also has a Facebook group.

    To get your FREE audio session that Kevin has kindly shared, just click on this link and it's all yours. It usually retails for £12.97 so a bit of a treat!

    The post Interview with Kevin Laye appeared first on Head Trash.

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    1 May 2015 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://headtrash.co.uk The Head Trash Show | Mindset | Stress | Mindfulness In today\'s podcast, I\'m thrilled and honoured to bring you an interview with Kevin Laye. Kevin is one of the leading Jedi masters of the personal change industry who\'s been personally mentored by the co-creator of NLP, Richard Bandler, and the creator of Thought Field Therapy (TFT), Roger Callahan. It was his friend Paul Mckenna who encouraged him to start working in the therapy world fifteen years ago and since then he\'s studied pretty much every method for bring about personal change that exists. He describes his niche as SPEED and only ever wants to see his clients once and so he only uses stuff that delivers results fast. He has a busy practice on the infamous Harley Street in London and is often called upon by the rich and famous including Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Spacey and Robert DeNiro. You can read his full bio below. During our chat he talks about many of the techniques from what he calls his toy box including hypnosis, EMDR, NLP, TFT, Havening and his new technique PsyTap. PsyTap is Kevin\'s unique blend of all the bits of everything he\'s learned that works and that has science to back it up. Kevin shares much of the science that underpins the work he does including heart math, heart rate variability including how science can be used to demonstrate that changes are being being made. During our chat, Kevin also shares a great story about how he deals with people who want to see the evidence behind personal change techniques why the heart is the real brain why we DON\'T see more evidence and research to support personal change techniques why he thinks that the NHS doesn\'t really want us to get better why Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is used as the go-to technique for personal change among health professionals and why this is failing many a brilliant quick technique for clearing anxiety or panic attacks in the moment a super simple technique for stimulating oxytocin in bucket loads what his new PsyTap technique is all about and how you can learn it yourself Here\'s more information about Kevin Laye UK trainer and practitioner Kevin Laye\'s efficient, no-nonsense approach has helped thousands of students, hundreds of veterans suffering from PTSD, and a host of actors, musicians and athletes including Leonardo DeCaprio, Robert DeNiro, Kevin Spacey, Pink Floyd\'s David Gilmour, singer Natalie Imbruglia, and golfer David Banks. The late creator of TFT himself – American psychologist Dr. Roger Callahan – had high praise for Laye\'s work: “When Kevin teaches TFT, people are inspired and many become vitally enthused with the potential of TFT. One cannot ask more of a teacher. Thank you, Kevin, for all you do,” he said. “You can use TFT to work on whatever emotional or stressful circumstances you\'re experiencing in your life right now,” Laye says. “My approach is not about managing the issue, but to get rid of it as soon as possible, then teach you how to keep it away.” Kevin Laye has a varied and diverse background from being a former member of the military and European Karate Champion currently ranked as a 6th Dan Black Belt by the W.B.F.O.M.A. Kevin has also worked in the Middle East for the Ministry of Defence and Aviation and designed and managed Gymnasiums from 500 member clubs to a 1.2 Billion dollar sports complex in Saudi Arabia. In corporate life Kevin rose very quickly from being a top salesman to being a Sales Director of a multi million pound company. Seeking change again Kevin has settled on his passion of helping people overcome a multitude of issues as a highly successful Harley St Therapist dealing with athletes, pop stars, actors and a host of celebrities along with anyone else who seeks what he can offer in his clinic. He is a qualified trainer of Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming and Thought Field Therapy having been trained in the main by the originators of each discipline wherever possible. Using a cocktail of techniques including those mentioned and more besides Kevin has developed a highly effective no-nonsense style of therapy focusing on speedy resolutions and effective outcomes rather than going through problems over and over again as in many more traditional forms of therapy, that’s why it is called ‘Progress – Therapy\'. You can find Kevin online at his personal website Kevin Laye or at Psy Tap where you\'ll find information his new technique including course information. Kevin also has a Facebook group. To get your FREE audio session that Kevin has kindly shared, just click on this link and it\'s all yours. It usually retails for £12.97 so a bit of a treat! The post Interview with Kevin Laye appeared first on Head Trash. The Head Trash Show | Mindset | Stress | Mindfulness http://headtrash.co.uk
    World Health Day 2015 For World Health Day we are highlighting the work of Tesfa Association, a member of the National Network of Positive Women Ethiopians. Christian Aid communications officer, Amanda Farrant, recently visited Ethiopia to find out more about Tesfa’s work. She witnessed how Tesfa is empowering men and women living with HIV to go into their communities and show others that it is possible to live happily and live positively. As Amanda explains, it starts with a cup of coffee… #health #Ethiopia #HIV

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    1 Apr 2015 @ 04:58 am +0000 https://audioboom.com/channel/ca_global Christian Aid Global For World Health Day we are highlighting the work of Tesfa Association, a member of the National Network of Positive Women Ethiopians. Christian Aid communications officer, Amanda Farrant, recently visited Ethiopia to find out more about Tesfa’s work. She witnessed how Tesfa is empowering men and women living with HIV to go into their communities and show others that it is possible to live happily and live positively. As Amanda explains, it starts with a cup of coffee… #health #Ethiopia #HIV Christian Aid Global https://audioboom.com/channel/ca_global
    Pixelated Photographer Podcast Ep 21: Faking your vacation!

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    ]]> 29 Sep 2014 @ 04:00 am +0000 http://www.pixelatedphotographer.com Pixelated Photographer In this week’s episode Chris invites forum member Iain Kay onto the show. Pixelated Photographer http://www.pixelatedphotographer.com SnC 427 – Days of Summer KTSOS feat

    KateTucker and The Sons of Sweden bring their music/film project The Shape The Color The Feel to life.

    As the dog days of summer splutter into the first mists of autumn we’re taking a moderately chilled approach to this week’s show with tracks from artists in Nashville, Halifax, New York and Lisbon, Portugal. Kick back, chill out and enjoy the music although there is, of course something bit more rocking in the first track.

     

    ktsosBlue Hotel – Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden (Nashville, USA)

     The State I’m In – Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden (Nashville, USA)

    Seattle-born, Nashville-based Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden play lush, layered indie rock with sparkling melodies and shimmering soundscapes.

    In 2013, the band launched a highly successful crowd-funding campaign via Kickstarter for their collaborative film+music venture, The Shape The Color The Feel. The project attracted the attention of many, including Huffington Post who called the “effort to bring the best of the past and the present together” “admirably ambitious,” going on to say, “the real beauty of the project is that just as it seeks to recapture some of what music has lost to technology, it's utilizing the same technology to make that happen.”

    Upon completion, KT+SOS turned the record over to a group of filmmakers and artists, handpicked by the band, asking each of them to choose a song and create a visual expression of it. The first of these aural and visual pairings, “Looking Around,” premiered on the Vinyl District in November and the most recent, “Best Friends' Love” saw its debut on Esquire. Music videos and short films are set to premiere throughout 2014.

    In addition to the short films and music videos, Australian artist Jessie English created a series of wet process photograms based on each song. The Shape The Color The Feel visual exhibit opened in Nashville on February 16, 2014 and will travel to several cities throughout 2014.

    As this all unfolds, Tucker and filmmaker Miriam Bennett are working on a documentary featuring the creative community that has emerged throughout the project. For Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden, The Shape The Color The Feel is a sort of homecoming, but it's also a leap into the great unknown.

    Sep 26 The WorkPlay Theatre Birmingham, AL

    Dec 06 Musica Akron, OH

    Dec 07 Empty Bottle Chicago, IL

    Dec 08 Plush St Louis, MO

    katetuckerandthesonsofsweden.com

    www.facebook.com/sonsofsweden

    twitter.com/sonsofsweden

    www.soundcloud.com/sons-of-sweden

     

    M-PeXBabylonis – M-PeX (Lisbon, Portugal)

    Staphila –  M-PeX

    A tradição envolve-se com a modernidade numa relação que tem tanto de promíscua como de frutífera e verdadeiramente interessante. M-PeX é um projecto que alia a Guitarra Portuguesa à música electrónica, e que ousa explorar paisagens musicais nunca antes visitadas.

    Uma experiência arrojada que estabelece um teste aos nossos sentidos, que se atreve a derrubar clichés e que prova que a música tradicional também pode ser moderna, ou vice-versa. Imagine-se o som cristalino de uma Guitarra Portuguesa. Imagine-se um laptop a debitar ritmos electrónicos. M-PeX é isso mesmo, música electrónica com Guitarra Portuguesa. Ou talvez seja Guitarra Portuguesa co electrónica. De qualquer forma, o projecto cruza estilos musicais aparentemente inconciliáveis. Mas afinal parece que é possível. O resultado não é Fado, nem electrónica, nem apenas a soma dos dois: é algo de indefinível que nasce do casamento da tradição com a inovação.

    Which basically means that if you're familiar with the works of Portuguese Fado singers such as Mariza you'll know and probabl y love the sound of the 12 string Portuguese guitar. Now mash that sound up with a laptop generating electronic elements and you've got a new take on Fado.

    Both tracks are from his Jamendo album, iPhado which you’ll find at https://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a136632/iphado

    www.myspace.com/mpex

    www.facebook.com/pages/M-PeX/126605314037429

    soundcloud.com/m-pex-remixer

     

    Thanks to Nick in Germany for the screen shot of his SnC collection, every single edition since 2006. He did describe last weeks show as “diversified”. Yes I rather think so, perhaps a bit too diversified! This week perhaps less so.

     

    Paper Beat ScissorsSeason’s Rest – Paper Beat Scissors (Halifax, NS, Canada)

    A welcome return for Tim Crabtree aka Paper Beat Scissors. We’ve heard a few of his beautiful etherial tracks in the past year or so including a couple of tracks from his live recordings at St. Matthew’s Church. This time both tracks are from the eponymous and solidly excellent Paper Beat Scissors album.

    Tim is a Brit living in Nova Scotia and an active member of a vibrant musical and creative community in and around the city.

    If you get the chance, do catch one of the shows on his current European tour – his live performances are very special indeed.

    Watch Me Go – Paper Beat Scissors

    Remaining dates on the Paper Beat Scissors Solo Euro Tour:

    September 17 – Mainz, DE: Haus Mainusch

    September 19 – Newcastle, UK: The Butterfly Cabinet

    September 20 – Ramsbottom, UK: Ramsbottom Festival

    September 22 – Sheffield, UK:  Cafe #9

    September 24 – Leeds, UK: House Show

    September 25 – York, UK:  TBA

    September 27 – Paris, FR: TBA

    September 28 – Augsburg, DE: House Show

    September 29 – Graz, AT: Die Scherbe

    October 3 – Reykjavik, IS: Kaffi Rósenberg

    paperbeatscissors.com

    www.paperbeatscissors.bandcamp.com/

    www.facebook.com/pages/Paper-Beat-Scissors/33296413739

     

    CMJ14CMJ initial artist line-up and mixtape

    Did I mention that the initial artist line-up for CMJ has been announced and it looks as intriguing as ever with loads of artists I’ve never heard of! That’s the point really – discovering new music. There will be more announcements in the next couple of weeks before the Music Marathon itself in NYC Oct 21-25.

    The initial daytime panel programme looks rather good too. I often think that the quality of some of the panels is itself worth the price of admission, although youm can still save $25 omn 2014 badges if you’re quick about it. Having said that, the full badge is discounted from $549 but then that is for four full days of music, panels and the parallel Film Festival. A student badge will cost $365 less the $25.

    It’s not cheap, but in my view, it’s excellent value. There’s also a free mixtape available from CMJ if you fancy a listen to something else a bit different. Free download here:

    … and let me know what you like.

     

    WyattL'été – Wyatt (New York)

    Walking Down 6th Avenue – Wyatt

    WYATT’s music is born out of the Colorado calm and NYC craze that have molded Maddy as a writer. It continues on the folk/pop path they've forged, but this time it's infused with bits of psychedelia, California dreaming and French revolution.

    Maddy, Paul, and Alex Wyatt grew up outside Denver, right where the mountains start, and WYATT's music is influenced by the space, peace and grandeur that Colorado exudes. Coming from French Canadian stock on their dad's side, and having been taught songs in French from a very early age, it was fairly inevitable that Maddy would start writing songs in French. She embraces the inherent beauty and flow of the language, and enjoys the challenge of writing in a second language, as it forces her to keep things simple and efficient as she puts the pen to paper.

    Here Comes Everybody is produced by Matthew Maroulakos (Waking Lights) and Grant Zubritsky (Alex Winston, Nina Persson) at The Den Studios in Woodland Park, NJ. It was mixed by Dave Robertson (Dangly Studios) in Brooklyn, NY and mastered by Hans DeKline (Sound Bites Dog) in Los Angeles, CA.

    WYATT will be on the road through the fall in support of the Here Comes Everybody EP scheduled for release on November 11, 2014.

    www.bandofwyatt.com/

    www.facebook.com/bandofwyatt

     

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    17 Sep 2014 @ 10:23 am +0000 http://suffolkandcool.com Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast KateTucker and The Sons of Sweden bring their music/film project The Shape The Color The Feel to life. As the dog days of summer splutter into the first mists of autumn we’re taking a moderately chilled approach to this week’s show with tracks from artists in Nashville, Halifax, New York and Lisbon, Portugal. Kick back, chill out and enjoy the music although there is, of course something bit more rocking in the first track.   Blue Hotel – Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden (Nashville, USA)  The State I’m In – Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden (Nashville, USA) Seattle-born, Nashville-based Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden play lush, layered indie rock with sparkling melodies and shimmering soundscapes. In 2013, the band launched a highly successful crowd-funding campaign via Kickstarter for their collaborative film+music venture, The Shape The Color The Feel. The project attracted the attention of many, including Huffington Post who called the “effort to bring the best of the past and the present together” “admirably ambitious,” going on to say, “the real beauty of the project is that just as it seeks to recapture some of what music has lost to technology, it\'s utilizing the same technology to make that happen.” Upon completion, KT+SOS turned the record over to a group of filmmakers and artists, handpicked by the band, asking each of them to choose a song and create a visual expression of it. The first of these aural and visual pairings, “Looking Around,” premiered on the Vinyl District in November and the most recent, “Best Friends\' Love” saw its debut on Esquire. Music videos and short films are set to premiere throughout 2014. In addition to the short films and music videos, Australian artist Jessie English created a series of wet process photograms based on each song. The Shape The Color The Feel visual exhibit opened in Nashville on February 16, 2014 and will travel to several cities throughout 2014. As this all unfolds, Tucker and filmmaker Miriam Bennett are working on a documentary featuring the creative community that has emerged throughout the project. For Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden, The Shape The Color The Feel is a sort of homecoming, but it\'s also a leap into the great unknown. Sep 26 The WorkPlay Theatre Birmingham, AL Dec 06 Musica Akron, OH Dec 07 Empty Bottle Chicago, IL Dec 08 Plush St Louis, MO katetuckerandthesonsofsweden.com www.facebook.com/sonsofsweden twitter.com/sonsofsweden www.soundcloud.com/sons-of-sweden   Babylonis – M-PeX (Lisbon, Portugal) Staphila –  M-PeX A tradição envolve-se com a modernidade numa relação que tem tanto de promíscua como de frutífera e verdadeiramente interessante. M-PeX é um projecto que alia a Guitarra Portuguesa à música electrónica, e que ousa explorar paisagens musicais nunca antes visitadas. Uma experiência arrojada que estabelece um teste aos nossos sentidos, que se atreve a derrubar clichés e que prova que a música tradicional também pode ser moderna, ou vice-versa. Imagine-se o som cristalino de uma Guitarra Portuguesa. Imagine-se um laptop a debitar ritmos electrónicos. M-PeX é isso mesmo, música electrónica com Guitarra Portuguesa. Ou talvez seja Guitarra Portuguesa co electrónica. De qualquer forma, o projecto cruza estilos musicais aparentemente inconciliáveis. Mas afinal parece que é possível. O resultado não é Fado, nem electrónica, nem apenas a soma dos dois: é algo de indefinível que nasce do casamento da tradição com a inovação. Which basically means that if you\'re familiar with the works of Portuguese Fado singers such as Mariza you\'ll know and probabl y love the sound of the 12 string Portuguese guitar. Now mash that sound up with a laptop generating electronic elements and you\'ve got a new take on Fado. Both tracks are from his Jamendo album, iPhado which you’ll find at https://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a136632/iphado www.myspace.com/mpex www.facebook.com/pages/M-PeX/126605314037429 soundcloud.com/m-pex-remixer   Thanks to Nick in Germany for the screen shot of his SnC collection, every single edition since 2006. He did describe last weeks show as “diversified”. Yes I rather think so, perhaps a bit too diversified! This week perhaps less so.   Season’s Rest – Paper Beat Scissors (Halifax, NS, Canada) A welcome return for Tim Crabtree aka Paper Beat Scissors. We’ve heard a few of his beautiful etherial tracks in the past year or so including a couple of tracks from his live recordings at St. Matthew’s Church. This time both tracks are from the eponymous and solidly excellent Paper Beat Scissors album. Tim is a Brit living in Nova Scotia and an active member of a vibrant musical and creative community in and around the city. If you get the chance, do catch one of the shows on his current European tour – his live performances are very special indeed. Watch Me Go – Paper Beat Scissors Remaining dates on the Paper Beat Scissors Solo Euro Tour: September 17 – Mainz, DE: Haus Mainusch September 19 – Newcastle, UK: The Butterfly Cabinet September 20 – Ramsbottom, UK: Ramsbottom Festival September 22 – Sheffield, UK:  Cafe #9 September 24 – Leeds, UK: House Show September 25 – York, UK:  TBA September 27 – Paris, FR: TBA September 28 – Augsburg, DE: House Show September 29 – Graz, AT: Die Scherbe October 3 – Reykjavik, IS: Kaffi Rósenberg paperbeatscissors.com www.paperbeatscissors.bandcamp.com/ www.facebook.com/pages/Paper-Beat-Scissors/33296413739   CMJ initial artist line-up and mixtape Did I mention that the initial artist line-up for CMJ has been announced and it looks as intriguing as ever with loads of artists I’ve never heard of! That’s the point really – discovering new music. There will be more announcements in the next couple of weeks before the Music Marathon itself in NYC Oct 21-25. The initial daytime panel programme looks rather good too. I often think that the quality of some of the panels is itself worth the price of admission, although youm can still save $25 omn 2014 badges if you’re quick about it. Having said that, the full badge is discounted from $549 but then that is for four full days of music, panels and the parallel Film Festival. A student badge will cost $365 less the $25. It’s not cheap, but in my view, it’s excellent value. There’s also a free mixtape available from CMJ if you fancy a listen to something else a bit different. Free download here: … and let me know what you like.   L\'été – Wyatt (New York) Walking Down 6th Avenue – Wyatt WYATT’s music is born out of the Colorado calm and NYC craze that have molded Maddy as a writer. It continues on the folk/pop path they\'ve forged, but this time it\'s infused with bits of psychedelia, California dreaming and French revolution. Maddy, Paul, and Alex Wyatt grew up outside Denver, right where the mountains start, and WYATT\'s music is influenced by the space, peace and grandeur that Colorado exudes. Coming from French Canadian stock on their dad\'s side, and having been taught songs in French from a very early age, it was fairly inevitable that Maddy would start writing songs in French. She embraces the inherent beauty and flow of the language, and enjoys the challenge of writing in a second language, as it forces her to keep things simple and efficient as she puts the pen to paper. Here Comes Everybody is produced by Matthew Maroulakos (Waking Lights) and Grant Zubritsky (Alex Winston, Nina Persson) at The Den Studios in Woodland Park, NJ. It was mixed by Dave Robertson (Dangly Studios) in Brooklyn, NY and mastered by Hans DeKline (Sound Bites Dog) in Los Angeles, CA. WYATT will be on the road through the fall in support of the Here Comes Everybody EP scheduled for release on November 11, 2014. www.bandofwyatt.com/ www.facebook.com/bandofwyatt   Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast http://suffolkandcool.com
    SnC 425 – Crooned and stirred Twin Brother bring their thoughtful brooding music to the show this week.

    Twin Brother bring their thoughtful brooding music to the show this week.

    Variety again I'm afraid, with tracks from  a bunch of Milwaukee collaborators, a film music studio not quite on the Pont d’Avignon, the legend that is Plastikman and, to start, a multi-instrumentalist obsessive in Portland, Oregon.

     

    Violet Waves Bike Thief Stuck in a Dream– Bike Thief (Portland, OR, USA)

    Bike Thief is the brainchild of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Febian Perez. According to PDXPick.com, Perez was inspired by the Italian film, The Bicycle Thieves, when he named his band Bike Thief. After moving to Portland in 2012 and auditioning over one hundred musicians, Perez finally found band-mates who could help him realize his precise and complex musical vision.

    Perez acknowledged that he knew exactly what he wanted out of the band back when he was the only member and living in Austin, Texas. It was tumultuous at the beginning, and Perez admits that he is a bit obsessive when it comes to his sound and, by extension, the pieces that make it. Perez is adamant, however, that this obsession comes from a place of passion: “I want to make our music as true as possible to the sound I hear in my head.”

    Last weekend saw release of their debut record, Stuck in a Dream. Benjamin Violet, known for his work with Of Montreal, The Polyphonic Spree, and Kishi Bashi, directed the animated video for “The Burning Past.” According to Portland’s Deli Magazine, Bike Thief “capture sounds of deterioration and rejuvenation through crooning vocals and stirring string movements.”

    Ghosts of Providence – Bike Thief 

    bikethiefband.com

    @BikeThiefBand

    facebook.com/bikethief

     

    ALMSwing – ALM Productions (Avignon, France)

    A hip hop enthusiast from a young age, ALM offers us a journey through time. Starting with 1930s samples and swing jazz exclusively from old vinyl he builds layers out of those old sounds accompanied by rhythmic old school hip hop, sometimes very “dirty”, but always impressive. Everything is inflated by the very powerful and enriched sounds of vintage synthesizers and subs.

    His work seems to be geared towards sound for sync licensing but you can still enjoy it free from Jamendo.

    Just do it…every night – ALM Productions

    www.almstudio.fr

    www.jamendo.com/en/artist/363592/alm-productions

     

    twin brotherWho Is Right Now? – Twin Bother (Milwaukee, WI, USA)

    Twin Brother has been kicking about their musical aspirations in the upper Midwest in various formations throughout their collective years in Milwaukee, rooted in the steady musical (and comradic) bond between vocalist/guitarist Sean Raasch and drummer Tyler Nelson.

    The energetic pop-rock duo, Jackraasch is where Twin Brother really took off, and their progression into their freshly determined (but still easy-spirited) music is a testament.

    It wasn’t until Raasch and Nelson ironed out those early-20s’ wrinkles in their Jackraasch days that they set their form to fly true by joining forces with musical comrade, Lodewijk (“Lodi”) Broekhuizen on bass and violin and set to writing, together, with Raasch at the helm. The three matured and bonded with their new musical form, claiming its name of Twin Brother (holding familial meaning to Raasch), flying right and singing out with a sincere, new sound.

    Early 2013 saw Twin Brother reach out, pull in and collaborate even further with several Milwaukee musician friends to set to tape Raasch’s songs filled with nervous conviction. Nelson’s busy but delicate shuffle on the kit and Broekhuizen’s steady bass and strings set the ground solidly for additional strings from Nathaniel Heuer and Amelinda Burich (upright bass and viola, respectively) and lapsteel from Shawn Stephany (all of Milwaukee’s Altos).

    That collaborative taping lead to Twin Brother’s fully realized and sparsely beautiful self-titled debut, Swallow The Anchor which The Onion’s AV Club hailed as “[taking] the basic elements of folk and graft[ing] them to the fraying body of alt-rock.” True enough, Twin Brother’s debut held fast to modern folk efforts but was singed through with the defiant energy of the 90s — heartfelt and winsome but with plenty of piss and vinegar, playing off of Raasch’s lyrically acerbic but hopeful viewpoint.

    Way To Be – Twin Brother

    www.twinbrother.net

    www.facebook.com/twinbrothermke

    @twinbrothermke

    www.instagram.com/twinbrothermke

    www.twinbrothermke.bandcamp.com

     

    plastikmanExhale – Sonar Live Mix – Plastikman (Windsor / Berlin)

    Richie Hawtin is many things – an extraordinary DJ, creator of the ENTER. experience, mastermind behind the M_NUS label, technological innovator, art aficionado – in 2011 he collaborated with British sculptor Anish Kapoor for an installation in Paris – and style icon. Before this, though, and perhaps most famously of all, he was and is Plastikman, an electronic music phenomenon whose followers are legion and fanatic.

    Between 1993 and 2003, Plastikman created an astonishing body of work, one that didn't so much define a time and place as explode them, expanding the dimensions of Detroit techno and redefining the possibilities of electronic dance music. Across six albums (‘Sheet One’, ‘Musik’, ‘Recycled Plastik’, ‘Consumed’, ‘Artifakts (B.C.)’, and ‘Closer)’ and numerous singles such as ‘Spastik’, ‘Plastique’, and ‘Sickness’, Plastikman evolved into one of contemporary electronic music’s most distinctive voices: minimalist, psychedelic, seriously groove-laden, and ever mindful of the transcendent properties of electronica.

    On the evening of 6 November 2013, at the invitation of Raf Simons of Dior, a special Plastikman live show composed of entirely new material took place at the Guggenheim Museum, NYC. The album, EX, was released in June, and then days after its release, a second performance took place at the renowned Sónar festival in Barcelona.

    Plastikman has now unveiled a live recording of EXhale from the Barcelona performance – the Sónar Live Mix – available as an MP3 / AIFF to download for free.

    EX Plastikman’s first album release since 2003’s Closer, and is out now on vinyl, CD, digital and limited edition SubPac bundle. For the limited edition, Plastikman teamed up with SubPac to create a Limited Edition Premium Bundle: the album is presented on vinyl, with a signed certificate of authenticity and a custom Plastikman edition of the SubPac S1.

    Here’s the video of the Barcelona performance.

    plastikman.com/

    www.facebook.com/PlastikmanOfficial

    @PlastikmanLive

     

     

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    3 Sep 2014 @ 06:00 am +0000 http://suffolkandcool.com Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast Twin Brother bring their thoughtful brooding music to the show this week. Variety again I\'m afraid, with tracks from  a bunch of Milwaukee collaborators, a film music studio not quite on the Pont d’Avignon, the legend that is Plastikman and, to start, a multi-instrumentalist obsessive in Portland, Oregon.   Violet Waves – Bike Thief (Portland, OR, USA) Bike Thief is the brainchild of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Febian Perez. According to PDXPick.com, Perez was inspired by the Italian film, The Bicycle Thieves, when he named his band Bike Thief. After moving to Portland in 2012 and auditioning over one hundred musicians, Perez finally found band-mates who could help him realize his precise and complex musical vision. Perez acknowledged that he knew exactly what he wanted out of the band back when he was the only member and living in Austin, Texas. It was tumultuous at the beginning, and Perez admits that he is a bit obsessive when it comes to his sound and, by extension, the pieces that make it. Perez is adamant, however, that this obsession comes from a place of passion: “I want to make our music as true as possible to the sound I hear in my head.” Last weekend saw release of their debut record, Stuck in a Dream. Benjamin Violet, known for his work with Of Montreal, The Polyphonic Spree, and Kishi Bashi, directed the animated video for “The Burning Past.” According to Portland’s Deli Magazine, Bike Thief “capture sounds of deterioration and rejuvenation through crooning vocals and stirring string movements.” Ghosts of Providence – Bike Thief  bikethiefband.com @BikeThiefBand facebook.com/bikethief   Swing – ALM Productions (Avignon, France) A hip hop enthusiast from a young age, ALM offers us a journey through time. Starting with 1930s samples and swing jazz exclusively from old vinyl he builds layers out of those old sounds accompanied by rhythmic old school hip hop, sometimes very “dirty”, but always impressive. Everything is inflated by the very powerful and enriched sounds of vintage synthesizers and subs. His work seems to be geared towards sound for sync licensing but you can still enjoy it free from Jamendo. Just do it…every night – ALM Productions www.almstudio.fr www.jamendo.com/en/artist/363592/alm-productions   Who Is Right Now? – Twin Bother (Milwaukee, WI, USA) Twin Brother has been kicking about their musical aspirations in the upper Midwest in various formations throughout their collective years in Milwaukee, rooted in the steady musical (and comradic) bond between vocalist/guitarist Sean Raasch and drummer Tyler Nelson. The energetic pop-rock duo, Jackraasch is where Twin Brother really took off, and their progression into their freshly determined (but still easy-spirited) music is a testament. It wasn’t until Raasch and Nelson ironed out those early-20s’ wrinkles in their Jackraasch days that they set their form to fly true by joining forces with musical comrade, Lodewijk (“Lodi”) Broekhuizen on bass and violin and set to writing, together, with Raasch at the helm. The three matured and bonded with their new musical form, claiming its name of Twin Brother (holding familial meaning to Raasch), flying right and singing out with a sincere, new sound. Early 2013 saw Twin Brother reach out, pull in and collaborate even further with several Milwaukee musician friends to set to tape Raasch’s songs filled with nervous conviction. Nelson’s busy but delicate shuffle on the kit and Broekhuizen’s steady bass and strings set the ground solidly for additional strings from Nathaniel Heuer and Amelinda Burich (upright bass and viola, respectively) and lapsteel from Shawn Stephany (all of Milwaukee’s Altos). That collaborative taping lead to Twin Brother’s fully realized and sparsely beautiful self-titled debut, Swallow The Anchor which The Onion’s AV Club hailed as “[taking] the basic elements of folk and graft[ing] them to the fraying body of alt-rock.” True enough, Twin Brother’s debut held fast to modern folk efforts but was singed through with the defiant energy of the 90s — heartfelt and winsome but with plenty of piss and vinegar, playing off of Raasch’s lyrically acerbic but hopeful viewpoint. Way To Be – Twin Brother www.twinbrother.net www.facebook.com/twinbrothermke @twinbrothermke www.instagram.com/twinbrothermke www.twinbrothermke.bandcamp.com   Exhale – Sonar Live Mix – Plastikman (Windsor / Berlin) Richie Hawtin is many things – an extraordinary DJ, creator of the ENTER. experience, mastermind behind the M_NUS label, technological innovator, art aficionado – in 2011 he collaborated with British sculptor Anish Kapoor for an installation in Paris – and style icon. Before this, though, and perhaps most famously of all, he was and is Plastikman, an electronic music phenomenon whose followers are legion and fanatic. Between 1993 and 2003, Plastikman created an astonishing body of work, one that didn\'t so much define a time and place as explode them, expanding the dimensions of Detroit techno and redefining the possibilities of electronic dance music. Across six albums (‘Sheet One’, ‘Musik’, ‘Recycled Plastik’, ‘Consumed’, ‘Artifakts (B.C.)’, and ‘Closer)’ and numerous singles such as ‘Spastik’, ‘Plastique’, and ‘Sickness’, Plastikman evolved into one of contemporary electronic music’s most distinctive voices: minimalist, psychedelic, seriously groove-laden, and ever mindful of the transcendent properties of electronica. On the evening of 6 November 2013, at the invitation of Raf Simons of Dior, a special Plastikman live show composed of entirely new material took place at the Guggenheim Museum, NYC. The album, EX, was released in June, and then days after its release, a second performance took place at the renowned Sónar festival in Barcelona. Plastikman has now unveiled a live recording of EXhale from the Barcelona performance – the Sónar Live Mix – available as an MP3 / AIFF to download for free. EX Plastikman’s first album release since 2003’s Closer, and is out now on vinyl, CD, digital and limited edition SubPac bundle. For the limited edition, Plastikman teamed up with SubPac to create a Limited Edition Premium Bundle: the album is presented on vinyl, with a signed certificate of authenticity and a custom Plastikman edition of the SubPac S1. Here’s the video of the Barcelona performance. plastikman.com/ www.facebook.com/PlastikmanOfficial @PlastikmanLive     Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast http://suffolkandcool.com
    ALL FUTURE SHOWS ARE AT WWW.DARKHORSERADIO.COM - DHR#82 - Darkhorse Radio (11th May, 2008)
    DHR#82 - Darkhorse Radio IPO Flavoured edition - 7 great tracks Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here's what I played in show 82 …… GRAYSTAR - I Disappear www.myspace.com/graystaruk www.graystarmusic.com BEN'S DIAPERS - Baby Steps Album: Little Pilgrims www.myspace.com/bensdiapers www.bensdiapers.net MONDO JET SET - To Mary Jane on the Circle Line www.myspace.com/mondoist www.mondojetset.co.uk THE MIKAL EVANS BAND EP: A Jailhouse …… A Kingdom www.myspace.com/mikalmevans www.mikalevans.com JOE ALLEN (with Angharad Jenkins) - Chase www.myspace.com/joeallenmusic SIRSY - Sorry Me Album: Revolution www.myspace.com/sirsy www.sirsy.com WATERFRONT - Far Away EP: EP www.myspace.com/waterfrontuk Intro track - Blue 55 - $100 Bill (instrumental version) www.myspace.com/blue55 Outro track - Dan Griffin - Summertime (Reprise) www.myspace.com/dangriffinmusic Links IPO (International Pop Overthrow) - www.myspace.com/internationalpopoverthrow Liverpool IPO Festival gig list - http://www.internationalpopoverthrow.com/schedule-Liverpool-2008.htm The Electrical Language Podcast - http://www.electricallanguage.co.uk/podcast.html OzGlobal-IndiePortal - www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org The photo with these notes is ‘Accidental Art' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com , 11th May, 2008

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    11 May 2008 @ 07:42 am +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse Darkhorse Radio DHR#82 - Darkhorse Radio IPO Flavoured edition - 7 great tracks Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here\'s what I played in show 82 …… GRAYSTAR - I Disappear www.myspace.com/graystaruk www.graystarmusic.com BEN\'S DIAPERS - Baby Steps Album: Little Pilgrims www.myspace.com/bensdiapers www.bensdiapers.net MONDO JET SET - To Mary Jane on the Circle Line www.myspace.com/mondoist www.mondojetset.co.uk THE MIKAL EVANS BAND EP: A Jailhouse …… A Kingdom www.myspace.com/mikalmevans www.mikalevans.com JOE ALLEN (with Angharad Jenkins) - Chase www.myspace.com/joeallenmusic SIRSY - Sorry Me Album: Revolution www.myspace.com/sirsy www.sirsy.com WATERFRONT - Far Away EP: EP www.myspace.com/waterfrontuk Intro track - Blue 55 - $100 Bill (instrumental version) www.myspace.com/blue55 Outro track - Dan Griffin - Summertime (Reprise) www.myspace.com/dangriffinmusic Links IPO (International Pop Overthrow) - www.myspace.com/internationalpopoverthrow Liverpool IPO Festival gig list - http://www.internationalpopoverthrow.com/schedule-Liverpool-2008.htm The Electrical Language Podcast - http://www.electricallanguage.co.uk/podcast.html OzGlobal-IndiePortal - www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments\' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org The photo with these notes is ‘Accidental Art\' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com , 11th May, 2008 Darkhorse Radio https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse
    DHR#81 - Darkhorse Radio - The Sky About To Rain
    DHR#81 - Darkhorse Radio – The Sky About To Rain (The Martyn Lee interview) 12th April, 2008 Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here's what I played during the interview THE SKY ABOUT TO RAIN – THE PRISON NOTEBOOKS Cowgirl Eyes Goodnight Heaven's Gate THE SKY ABOUT TO RAIN – SCARS I Shall Be Released Desert Breakdown #1 ************************************** The Sky About To Rain – links http://www.myspace.com/theskyabouttorain2 http://theskyabouttorain.com SCARS - http://cdbaby.com/cd/tsatr2 THE PRISON NOTEBOOKS - http://cdbaby.com/cd/tsatr ****************************************** Links Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee AMPed Podcast – www.amped.libsyn.com OzGlobal – IndiePortal - http://www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 HERE IS HOW TO PLAY THIS just click the PLAY button at the bottom of these notes at www.DarkhorseRadio.com. If you prefer (it is best!) you can use the following RSS feed to get each new Darkhorse Radio episode automatically. http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio You can use the above feed to ‘subscribe' with iTunes Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) (The photo with these notes is ‘Lostock Lookout' © AJC, 2008) thanks for listening - come back soon for DHR #82 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 12th April, 2008

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    12 Apr 2008 @ 08:07 am +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse Darkhorse Radio DHR#81 - Darkhorse Radio – The Sky About To Rain (The Martyn Lee interview) 12th April, 2008 Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here\'s what I played during the interview THE SKY ABOUT TO RAIN – THE PRISON NOTEBOOKS Cowgirl Eyes Goodnight Heaven\'s Gate THE SKY ABOUT TO RAIN – SCARS I Shall Be Released Desert Breakdown #1 ************************************** The Sky About To Rain – links http://www.myspace.com/theskyabouttorain2 http://theskyabouttorain.com SCARS - http://cdbaby.com/cd/tsatr2 THE PRISON NOTEBOOKS - http://cdbaby.com/cd/tsatr ****************************************** Links Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee AMPed Podcast – www.amped.libsyn.com OzGlobal – IndiePortal - http://www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 HERE IS HOW TO PLAY THIS just click the PLAY button at the bottom of these notes at www.DarkhorseRadio.com. If you prefer (it is best!) you can use the following RSS feed to get each new Darkhorse Radio episode automatically. http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio You can use the above feed to ‘subscribe\' with iTunes Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments\' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) (The photo with these notes is ‘Lostock Lookout\' © AJC, 2008) thanks for listening - come back soon for DHR #82 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 12th April, 2008 Darkhorse Radio https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse
    DHR#80 (Darkhorse Radio, 31st March, 2008)
    DHR#80 - Darkhorse Radio “Night can't come quick enough. My faults shine in the sun” Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here's what I played in show 80 …… THE REDWALLS - Front Page Album: De Nova www.myspace.com/theredwalls THE CAKE SALE - Black Winged Bird (Nina Persson) Album: The Cake Sale www.myspace.com/thecakesale www.thecakesale.com LATA GOUVEIA - Empty Station Album: (due this summer) www.myspace.com/latamusic ALSO - see OzGlobal-IndiePortal (below) JONT - You Can Be the Stars EP: One Long Song www.myspace.com/jontmusic www.jontnet.com MELISSA ENDEAN EP: Melissa Endean (see MySpace) www.myspace.com/melissarendean THE FRAMES - True Album - The Cost www.theframes.ie www.myspace.com/theframesofficial VIDEO: The Frames - Revelate (Live at ACL '05) http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=nP8lGqEjFew Outro track - Dan Griffin - Summertime (Reprise) www.myspace.com/dangriffinmusic Links OzGlobal-IndiePortal - www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Student Music Radio - http://www.downloadrecords.co.uk/student_music_network/ Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #81 The photo with these notes is ‘Town Bridge, 2008' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 31st March, 2008

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    31 Mar 2008 @ 11:38 am +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse Darkhorse Radio DHR#80 - Darkhorse Radio “Night can\'t come quick enough. My faults shine in the sun” Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here\'s what I played in show 80 …… THE REDWALLS - Front Page Album: De Nova www.myspace.com/theredwalls THE CAKE SALE - Black Winged Bird (Nina Persson) Album: The Cake Sale www.myspace.com/thecakesale www.thecakesale.com LATA GOUVEIA - Empty Station Album: (due this summer) www.myspace.com/latamusic ALSO - see OzGlobal-IndiePortal (below) JONT - You Can Be the Stars EP: One Long Song www.myspace.com/jontmusic www.jontnet.com MELISSA ENDEAN EP: Melissa Endean (see MySpace) www.myspace.com/melissarendean THE FRAMES - True Album - The Cost www.theframes.ie www.myspace.com/theframesofficial VIDEO: The Frames - Revelate (Live at ACL \'05) http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=nP8lGqEjFew Outro track - Dan Griffin - Summertime (Reprise) www.myspace.com/dangriffinmusic Links OzGlobal-IndiePortal - www.myspace.com/ozglobalindieportal2 Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Student Music Radio - http://www.downloadrecords.co.uk/student_music_network/ Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments\' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #81 The photo with these notes is ‘Town Bridge, 2008\' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 31st March, 2008 Darkhorse Radio https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse
    DHR#79 - Darkhorse Radio - the Drag interview (22nd March, 2008)
    DHR#79 - Darkhorse Radio - a conversation with Drag Songwriting brothers Jesse & Ryan Lawrence of Vermont band Drag discuss their music. Here are the tracks that featured in show 79 1. Rhianna 2. Lets Getaway 3. Take the Weekend Off 4. (Don't Wait) Today for Tomorrow 5. We Can Be Friends All songs written by Jesse and Ryan Lawrence. Performed by Drag, www.myspace.com/dragvt Interviewer - Liz Regimbal Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio Blog: view from MySpace (above) email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #80 The photo with these notes is ‘tumbling green' ©AJC, 2007 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 22nd March, 2008

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    22 Mar 2008 @ 03:06 am +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse Darkhorse Radio DHR#79 - Darkhorse Radio - a conversation with Drag Songwriting brothers Jesse & Ryan Lawrence of Vermont band Drag discuss their music. Here are the tracks that featured in show 79 1. Rhianna 2. Lets Getaway 3. Take the Weekend Off 4. (Don\'t Wait) Today for Tomorrow 5. We Can Be Friends All songs written by Jesse and Ryan Lawrence. Performed by Drag, www.myspace.com/dragvt Interviewer - Liz Regimbal Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio Blog: view from MySpace (above) email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments\' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #80 The photo with these notes is ‘tumbling green\' ©AJC, 2007 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 22nd March, 2008 Darkhorse Radio https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse
    DHR#78 - Darkhorse Radio (10th March, 2008)
    DHR#78 - Darkhorse Radio “raise your hopeful voice you have a choice” Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio Blog: view from MySpace (above) email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here's what I played in show 78 …… THE SWELL SEASON - Falling Slowly Album: The Swell Season www.myspace.com/theswellseason www.theframes.ie >>>watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoSL_qayMCc MARY GAUTHIER - I Drink Album: Mercy Now www.myspace.com/marygauthier www.marygauthier.com >>>watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h624mZtBF4A SMITH BROS - Ducky Album: Lost www.myspace.com/thesmithbrosmusic www.thesmithbrosmusic.com JONT - Supernatural Album: Supernatural www.myspace.com/jontmusic www.jontnet.com KILTERR - Piano Song EP: Reel Me In For Kicks www.myspace.com/kilterr www.kilterr.com MARK SCHWABER - The Pressure it Feeds Album - The Killing Card www.markschwaber.com www.myspace.com/markschwaber1 Outro track - Butterfly Explosion - Chemistry www.myspace.com/butterflyexplosion Links Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Student Music Radio - http://www.downloadrecords.co.uk/student_music_network/ Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #79 The photo with these notes is ‘Morcambe Memory' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 10th March, 2008

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    11 Mar 2008 @ 12:51 pm +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse Darkhorse Radio DHR#78 - Darkhorse Radio “raise your hopeful voice you have a choice” Website: www.DarkhorseRadio.com MySpace: www.myspace.com/alancarr iTunes : search podcast directory for Darkhorse Radio Blog: view from MySpace (above) email : alan@darkhorse.co.uk RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/DarkhorseRadio Here\'s what I played in show 78 …… THE SWELL SEASON - Falling Slowly Album: The Swell Season www.myspace.com/theswellseason www.theframes.ie >>>watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoSL_qayMCc MARY GAUTHIER - I Drink Album: Mercy Now www.myspace.com/marygauthier www.marygauthier.com >>>watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h624mZtBF4A SMITH BROS - Ducky Album: Lost www.myspace.com/thesmithbrosmusic www.thesmithbrosmusic.com JONT - Supernatural Album: Supernatural www.myspace.com/jontmusic www.jontnet.com KILTERR - Piano Song EP: Reel Me In For Kicks www.myspace.com/kilterr www.kilterr.com MARK SCHWABER - The Pressure it Feeds Album - The Killing Card www.markschwaber.com www.myspace.com/markschwaber1 Outro track - Butterfly Explosion - Chemistry www.myspace.com/butterflyexplosion Links Women of The Nineties - www.myspace.com/wot90 Live365 Radio (Women of 90s) - http://www.live365.com/stations/yngemcee Student Music Radio - http://www.downloadrecords.co.uk/student_music_network/ Email me with any comments - or leave feedback on the website (use ‘Comments\' link) - I can be reached here: alan@darkhorse.co.uk. Bands can submit mp3s to this address too. Darkhorse Radio is a member of the Association of Music Podcasters (AMP) The weekly AMP review podcast can be heard at http://amped.libsyn.com Visit the AMP website at www.musicpodcasting.org Thanks for listening. Come back soon for DHR #79 The photo with these notes is ‘Morcambe Memory\' - ©AJC, 2008 Alan, www.DarkhorseRadio.com 10th March, 2008 Darkhorse Radio https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/darkhorse