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 20 February 2018, 3:27 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 PUNKY! - 13-02-2018
Pizzatramp, Alex from Wonk Unit, Comedy Suburbs, an old joke from Simon, Jim Cannamela, Tony has your Facebook comments, great response to last weeks music, Sef Cat Milker, which pub?, last week, Tony did nothing, Paul's post birthday fun, sore mouth, Winter Olympics weather, Mark E. Smith documentary, armrest organiser, From the Vaults, Clare Grogan, Cherry Red Records, Tony's International Gig Guide, Feast Fest, this week, Tony's Birthday, Paul had to cancel his York trip, no Izzatwat this week, pancake day, breakfast in America, McDonalds and a reminder of the stations which feature us.

Song 1: Pizzatramp – Claire Voyant
Song 2: The Dead Brothers – Ghost Train
Song 3: Buzzbomb - Graveland
Song 4: Bee Bee Sea – No Fellas
Song 5: Altered Images – Dead Pop Stars
Song 6: Ricky Hell & The Voidboys – U Look Like A Cop
Song 7: Migraines - Pussies
Song 8: Wau Y Los Arrrghs – El Mananero
Song 9: Merry Widow – Via Di Qua

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13 Feb 2018 @ 07:32 am +0000 http://www.punkyradio.com Punky! Radio Despite our ever increasing ages, and the ever increasing unreliability of Skype, we battle on and still manage to bring you another almost perflectly formed Punky Radio featuring nine great songs from Pizzatramp, The Dead Brothers, Buzzbomb, Bee Bee Sea, Altered Images, Ricky Hell & The Voidboys, Migraines, Wau Y Los Arrrghs and Merry Widow.Pizzatramp, Alex from Wonk Unit, Comedy Suburbs, an old joke from Simon, Jim Cannamela, Tony has your Facebook comments, great response to last weeks music, Sef Cat Milker, which pub?, last week, Tony did nothing, Paul\'s post birthday fun, sore mouth, Winter Olympics weather, Mark E. Smith documentary, armrest organiser, From the Vaults, Clare Grogan, Cherry Red Records, Tony\'s International Gig Guide, Feast Fest, this week, Tony\'s Birthday, Paul had to cancel his York trip, no Izzatwat this week, pancake day, breakfast in America, McDonalds and a reminder of the stations which feature us.Song 1: Pizzatramp – Claire VoyantSong 2: The Dead Brothers – Ghost TrainSong 3: Buzzbomb - GravelandSong 4: Bee Bee Sea – No FellasSong 5: Altered Images – Dead Pop StarsSong 6: Ricky Hell & The Voidboys – U Look Like A CopSong 7: Migraines - PussiesSong 8: Wau Y Los Arrrghs – El MananeroSong 9: Merry Widow – Via Di Qua Punky! Radio http://www.punkyradio.com
Let’s Go! Episode 77 – Let’s Pop Together

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]]> 2 Feb 2018 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://dynamiteinthebrain.com The Dynamite In The Brain Anime Podcast For the fans and for the haters alike. You haters will become fans eventually. The Dynamite In The Brain Anime Podcast http://dynamiteinthebrain.com Let’s Go! Episode 74 – Let’s Destroy The Anime Industry

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]]> 13 Jan 2018 @ 11:22 am +0000 http://dynamiteinthebrain.com The Dynamite In The Brain Anime Podcast It’s the new anime season and Popuko & Pipimi are here with their crappy anime, Pop Team Epic. Plus the employed cats of Working Buddies join our slate of weekly anime. And we find time to talk a little Devilman Crybaby and dip into some other new anime. The Dynamite In The Brain Anime Podcast http://dynamiteinthebrain.com Fresh Unsigned Radio Show 49

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]]> 28 Dec 2017 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://www.freshunsigned.net Fresh Unsigned Radio Show Welcome to the Fresh Unsigned Radio Show, I play the very best in unsigned and new music from the UK and around the world. I’m always on the look out for new bands and singer songwriters to feature on the show. I play: indie, rock, pop punk, ska, blues, gothic, acoustic, psychedelic and alternative. If you wish to be included in future shows drop me an Mp3 with a Press Pack to deanjamesfreshunsigned@hotmail.co.uk or listen to the show via www.freshunsigned.net Please ensure you own all copyright to your music and are happy for me to play list on the show. Follow Fresh Unsigned now: www.twitter.com/freshunsigned Cheers Dean James Fresh Unsigned Radio Show http://www.freshunsigned.net mixed by AERIFORM
PRE FLITE Another year and another gathering of old school BMX legends from the West coast of the US on the East coast of the UK >> RAD 2.0 steps up from last years event to bring even more legends, some of which have never been on our shores before to celebrate 45 years of GT BMX. The Pre Flite mix soundtracks those 45 years and mashes together the genres that have ruled our stereo's since 1972! A wild sonic blender stuffed with the likes of the Jackson 5, Adele, Nirvana, Jay Z, KLF, Public Image Limited, John Lennon, Cold Cut & Radiohead. Expect disco, pop, grunge, Drum n' Bass, indie, house and 80's classics all tied together in the usual manner by the talented Aeriform - pop Pre Flite in your ears and 'Let's do dis!'

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8 Jul 2017 @ 10:00 am +0000 http://joncox.podomatic.com WILDABOUTNOTHIN' PODCAST PRE FLITE Another year and another gathering of old school BMX legends from the West coast of the US on the East coast of the UK >> RAD 2.0 steps up from last years event to bring even more legends, some of which have never been on our shores before to celebrate 45 years of GT BMX. The Pre Flite mix soundtracks those 45 years and mashes together the genres that have ruled our stereo\'s since 1972! A wild sonic blender stuffed with the likes of the Jackson 5, Adele, Nirvana, Jay Z, KLF, Public Image Limited, John Lennon, Cold Cut & Radiohead. Expect disco, pop, grunge, Drum n\' Bass, indie, house and 80\'s classics all tied together in the usual manner by the talented Aeriform - pop Pre Flite in your ears and \'Let\'s do dis!\' WILDABOUTNOTHIN\' PODCAST http://joncox.podomatic.com
01 - Videogame History: E.T. on the Atari 2600

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]]> 16 Mar 2017 @ 12:04 pm +0000 http://www.darrenreidhistory.co.uk The Artist in American History E.T. by Atari is widely regarded as one of the worst videogames ever created. Based upon the wildly popular film Steven Spielberg, it was made in under six weeks by a single developer working on hardware that was, by 1982 standards, utterly archaic. The Atari 2600, the console on which the game was released, had just 128 bytes of RAM – not 128Kb of Ram, but 128 bytes. Building the game on such notoriously underpowered hardware at such ridiculously short notice was a catastrophe. $20 million had been spent by Atari on acquiring the license, but only a few thousand dollars were invested into the actual development of the game which was shipped in vast numbers. At least four million copies of E.T. were manufactured and though the game was initially a commercial success, selling upwards of one and a half million copies, it left a vast inventory unsold which Atari eventually shipped to a landfill site in Mexico and buried. The burial of hundreds of thousands of unsold E.T. cartridges was bad enough, but the game’s quality was so notoriously poor that the real damage was caused by the copies which were actually sold. The game found its way into a million and a half homes in time for Christmas, 1982 and, in so doing, helped to sour the American public’s taste in videogames, proving that a well-loved brand was no guarantee of quality. E.T., alongside several other notoriously bad Atari 2600 games from that same era, was an advertisement for why people should not want to play videogames and, in 1983, the market for computer games in the United States collapsed. To be sure, Atari was not the only company responsible for the market crash, but it was a massive contributor. By 1985 the value of videogame sales in the United States had declined from several billion dollars to perhaps one hundred million as consumers across the country lost trust and interest in the medium. E.T., for all its hype and initial success, practically destroyed a medium which had been growing massively since its explosion into American homes in the 1970s. E.T. was the anti-Pong. Other than a footnote in pop culture and business history, then, where does all of this leave the notoriously bad E.T? Is it as bad as its reputation would have us believe; is it really the worst videogame ever made? The simple answer to that question is no. In spite of the fact that it was rushed to market and that it is marred by some terrible design choices, Atari’s E.T. possess degree of charm, particularly when its six week production cycle is taken into account. Granted, one must sometimes look deep to uncover it whilst forgiving some pretty significant flaws, as a piece of retro Americana it carries appeal. The gameplay revolves around E.T.’s quest to assemble the phone that will allow him to ‘phone home’. In order to accomplish this, the titular character is able to move around a type low resolution quasi-open world. Players are forced to go in no one particular direction though there is little variety and little to see wherever they do go. As the player explores the world, such as it is, they find themselves chased by government agents, though the real threat faced by players is the game’s extremely buggy nature. The map is littered with pits, wherein the pieces of the phone are to be found, but falling into such craters is as much a matter of chance as it is a matter of design. Once in a pit, players must extend E.T.’s neck to ascend upwards but might well find that they become snared in a pit-loop, immediately falling back into the same hole from which they have emerged. Sometimes these loops can be broken, often they cannot... http://www.darrenreidhistory.co.uk The Artist in American History http://www.darrenreidhistory.co.uk Ep 27- A Sci-Fi Prediction Adventure Welcome to Ep 27, NFL20 fanboys!

Due to Amberish being utterly swamped with wearing pyjamas, and deciding which pyjamas to wear, he was unable to edit this week's pod. It has unfortunately fallen to me, Andrew, the professional editor, to do it AGAIN. Bloody foreigners.

This week we begin with some antipasti, a delicious meat board of last week's amazing Week 10 games. There's no baloney on this board, it's like constant bresaola. Bresaola kicks ass.

Then, we preview some of Week 11's classiest games- Baltimore @ Dallas, Houston @ Oakland (@ Mexico) and Philly @ Seattle. Find out the definitive facts* on how the Cowboys will handle the Prescott/Romo situation, how Carson Wentz will fare in Boom Town (complete with interruption from Richard 'The Best' Sherman) and what the hell an 80s German pop song has to do with Brock Osweiler and his adventures in Meheeco.

As if that wasn't enough, we'll also be making you tonnes of guaranteed money** by jacking into the sci-fi world of Amberish's game-prediction system to figure out probable winners for all 8 divisions! It's a lot of hard work we're all grateful we don't have to do, just like bin man Blake Bortles's job.

All that and not much more on a bumper episode of the NFL20 Podcast! 

Thanks to BioWare and Nena for totally giving us permission to use their wonderful music in this episode.

*not facts really, our opinion
** #notguaranteed


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20 Nov 2016 @ 06:37 am +0000 http://nfl20pod.blogspot.com/search/label/Podcast NFL 20 Welcome to Ep 27, NFL20 fanboys!Due to Amberish being utterly swamped with wearing pyjamas, and deciding which pyjamas to wear, he was unable to edit this week\'s pod. It has unfortunately fallen to me, Andrew, the professional editor, to do it AGAIN. Bloody foreigners.This week we begin with some antipasti, a delicious meat board of last week\'s amazing Week 10 games. There\'s no baloney on this board, it\'s like constant bresaola. Bresaola kicks ass.Then, we preview some of Week 11\'s classiest games- Baltimore @ Dallas, Houston @ Oakland (@ Mexico) and Philly @ Seattle. Find out the definitive facts* on how the Cowboys will handle the Prescott/Romo situation, how Carson Wentz will fare in Boom Town (complete with interruption from Richard \'The Best\' Sherman) and what the hell an 80s German pop song has to do with Brock Osweiler and his adventures in Meheeco.As if that wasn\'t enough, we\'ll also be making you tonnes of guaranteed money** by jacking into the sci-fi world of Amberish\'s game-prediction system to figure out probable winners for all 8 divisions! It\'s a lot of hard work we\'re all grateful we don\'t have to do, just like bin man Blake Bortles\'s job.All that and not much more on a bumper episode of the NFL20 Podcast! Thanks to BioWare and Nena for totally giving us permission to use their wonderful music in this episode. *not facts really, our opinion** #notguaranteed NFL 20 http://nfl20pod.blogspot.com/search/label/Podcast
CMP Special 42 2016 News Update Show Music and News about what we have been doing!

We bring you a Special music show and some news about what we have been doing while we were away, what our plans are as well as 6 amazing pieces of music and a superb piece by Professor Roland Rotherham about St. Nectan, the Cornish saint.

Running Order:

We mention the Professor's other appearance on our show at http://celticmythpodshow.com/ladiesofthegrail

We hope you enjoy it!

Gary & Ruthie x x x

It's always great to hear from you! Email garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or leave us a message using Speakpipe

 

1. Northill May Song & Mwynen Mai

by Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston

A pair of May Carols. The custom of 'going Maying' included leaving hawthorn blossoms at your beloved's door on May Day morning (assuming you hadn't been out in the woods with her all night). 'Mwynen Mai' (Gentle May) is a jolly little polka with our freshly translated English lyrics. (from The Dance Goes On liner notes)

Buy The Dance Goes On from Bandcamp

 

2. The Fairy Glen

by Katie Nicholas & Cernunnos Rising

Katie Nicholas, the youngest daughter of George Nicholas from Cernunnos Rising, is the lead vocalist on this beautiful new track, The Fairy Glen. Born and bred in Liverpool, Katie (20) moved to London at the age of eighteen as an integrated ad-designer (JWT London) and pursues her music as a country-pop singer/songwriter, runs Busy Bee - an online community helping independent artists create a “buzz”, plus more alongside her 9-to-5; with the aspiration to do her passion full-time. [source]

You can find out all about Katie and her work, including her superb album, Dizzy, on her website.

 

3. Song For Ireland

by Celia

Celia's album, Fire in the Head, is a compilation of some of the finest Irish songs. She adds her unique style to the presentation of classic Irish music, and you can hear her track Song for Ireland in this show.

You can get hold of Fire in the Head from Bandcamp or CD Baby.

 

4. Sacred Falls: Saint Nectan & the Legacy of the Dragon

by Professor Roland Rotherham

St. Nectan's history, the legends of his almost endless family and the sacred site of Nectan’s Glen, holding as it does the beautiful ‘Falls’, are explained in this narrative together with a possible link between Saint Nectan’s family and the warlord who may be attributed to the later legends of King Arthur. The book also deals with the history and legends of many of Cornwall’s other sacred wells and springs.

You can buy Sacred Falls from the St. Nectan's Waterfall Online Shop.

 

5. The Laily Worm & the Machrel of the Sea

by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch

Kate & Corwen met in the 10th century playing at a medieval banquet. Their compatible collection of ancient reed instruments inspired love at first parp.The fact that they also had similar collections of Finnish pop cemented the relationship. Since meeting they have walked pilgrimages to Spain, across Norway, rebuilt Kate's narrowboat and played lots of music. They are currently recording their first duo CD, Fishe or Fowle.

You can find out more about Kate & Corwen on their website or on their Contributor Page.

 

6. Native Son

by Julia Ecklar

Native Son is a song about a sheep-dog. Stepping out into a pasture of sheep is like pushing the membrane between two worlds. The dog starts to shiver violently at the first whiff of musty wool. The shadows, the wind, the turn of your head and the force of the dog's silent gaze is part of a cacophony of pressures that push or bounce against each other. You can sense where to push against these masses of energies to make the sheep and your dog move ina direction you choose. The ability to feel and see these energies is stitched into your dog's DNA. You don't teach him how to use this knowledge - he teaches you. It's why he was made, and all he wants to do. (From the CD liner notes]

Buy Horsetamer from Prometheus

 

8. Forgotten, Never Be

by Damh the Bard

Forgotten, Never Be is a song about the traditions and customs that we cherish in our cultures. It is a masterful piece from Damh's most recent album, Sabbat. This new collection of songs harks back to Spirit of Albion and The Cauldron Born. The anthems have a folk-rock feel, and the ballads have even more depth and meaning. The inclusion of the classic folk song Scarborough Faire and a cover of Lady in Black by Uriah Heep makes this an album that will surely please old and new fans of Damh’s music alike.

You can get hold of Sabbat from CD Baby.

Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows

Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow)

 

Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or 'Liking' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :)

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Special Thanks For our Theme Music:

The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See their Contributor page for details.

Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music

(in Alphabetic order)

Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page.

Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page.

Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page.

Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page.

The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page.

Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page.

Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page.

Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permisssion to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page.

S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page.

Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page.

We'd like to wish you 'Hwyl fawr!', which is Welsh for Goodbye and have fun, or more literally Wishing a Good Mood on you!

 

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9 May 2016 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://celticmythpodshow.com/ Celtic Myth Podshow Music and News about what we have been doing! We bring you a Special music show and some news about what we have been doing while we were away, what our plans are as well as 6 amazing pieces of music and a superb piece by Professor Roland Rotherham about St. Nectan, the Cornish saint. Running Order: Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston 2:26 Katie Nicholas & Cernunnos Rising 7:00 Celia 12:08 Roland Rotherham 18:09 Kate Flecther & Corwen Broch 35:27 Julia Ecklar 42:29 Damh the Bard 49:28 We mention the Professor\'s other appearance on our show at http://celticmythpodshow.com/ladiesofthegrail We hope you enjoy it! Gary & Ruthie x x x It\'s always great to hear from you! Email garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com, or leave us a message using Speakpipe   1. Northill May Song & Mwynen Mai by Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston A pair of May Carols. The custom of \'going Maying\' included leaving hawthorn blossoms at your beloved\'s door on May Day morning (assuming you hadn\'t been out in the woods with her all night). \'Mwynen Mai\' (Gentle May) is a jolly little polka with our freshly translated English lyrics. (from The Dance Goes On liner notes) Buy The Dance Goes On from Bandcamp   2. The Fairy Glen by Katie Nicholas & Cernunnos Rising Katie Nicholas, the youngest daughter of George Nicholas from Cernunnos Rising, is the lead vocalist on this beautiful new track, The Fairy Glen. Born and bred in Liverpool, Katie (20) moved to London at the age of eighteen as an integrated ad-designer (JWT London) and pursues her music as a country-pop singer/songwriter, runs Busy Bee - an online community helping independent artists create a “buzz”, plus more alongside her 9-to-5; with the aspiration to do her passion full-time. [source] You can find out all about Katie and her work, including her superb album, Dizzy, on her website.   3. Song For Ireland by Celia Celia\'s album, Fire in the Head, is a compilation of some of the finest Irish songs. She adds her unique style to the presentation of classic Irish music, and you can hear her track Song for Ireland in this show. You can get hold of Fire in the Head from Bandcamp or CD Baby.   4. Sacred Falls: Saint Nectan & the Legacy of the Dragon by Professor Roland Rotherham St. Nectan\'s history, the legends of his almost endless family and the sacred site of Nectan’s Glen, holding as it does the beautiful ‘Falls’, are explained in this narrative together with a possible link between Saint Nectan’s family and the warlord who may be attributed to the later legends of King Arthur. The book also deals with the history and legends of many of Cornwall’s other sacred wells and springs. You can buy Sacred Falls from the St. Nectan\'s Waterfall Online Shop.   5. The Laily Worm & the Machrel of the Sea by Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch Kate & Corwen met in the 10th century playing at a medieval banquet. Their compatible collection of ancient reed instruments inspired love at first parp.The fact that they also had similar collections of Finnish pop cemented the relationship. Since meeting they have walked pilgrimages to Spain, across Norway, rebuilt Kate\'s narrowboat and played lots of music. They are currently recording their first duo CD, Fishe or Fowle. You can find out more about Kate & Corwen on their website or on their Contributor Page.   6. Native Son by Julia Ecklar Native Son is a song about a sheep-dog. Stepping out into a pasture of sheep is like pushing the membrane between two worlds. The dog starts to shiver violently at the first whiff of musty wool. The shadows, the wind, the turn of your head and the force of the dog\'s silent gaze is part of a cacophony of pressures that push or bounce against each other. You can sense where to push against these masses of energies to make the sheep and your dog move ina direction you choose. The ability to feel and see these energies is stitched into your dog\'s DNA. You don\'t teach him how to use this knowledge - he teaches you. It\'s why he was made, and all he wants to do. (From the CD liner notes] Buy Horsetamer from Prometheus   8. Forgotten, Never Be by Damh the Bard Forgotten, Never Be is a song about the traditions and customs that we cherish in our cultures. It is a masterful piece from Damh\'s most recent album, Sabbat. This new collection of songs harks back to Spirit of Albion and The Cauldron Born. The anthems have a folk-rock feel, and the ballads have even more depth and meaning. The inclusion of the classic folk song Scarborough Faire and a cover of Lady in Black by Uriah Heep makes this an album that will surely please old and new fans of Damh’s music alike. You can get hold of Sabbat from CD Baby. Get EXTRA content in the Celtic Myth Podshow App for iOS, Android & Windows Contact Us: You can leave us a message by using the Speakpipe Email us at: garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com. Facebook fan-page http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow, Twitter (@CelticMythShow) or Snapchat (@garyandruth), Pinterest (celticmythshow) or Instagram (celticmythshow)   Help Spread the Word: Please also consider leaving us a rating, a review and subscribing in iTunes or \'Liking\' our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CelticMythPodshow as it helps let people discover our show - thank you :) If you\'ve enjoyed the show, would you mind sharing it on Twitter please? Click here to post a tweet! Ways to subscribe to the Celtic Myth Podshow: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Special Thanks For our Theme Music: The Skylark and Haghole, the brilliant Culann\'s Hounds. See their Contributor page for details. Extra Special Thanks for Unrestricted Access to Wonderful Music (in Alphabetic order) Anne Roos Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of her masterful music to Anne Roos. You can find out more about Anne on her website or on her Contributor page. Caera Extra Special thanks go for permission to any of her evocative harping and Gaelic singing to Caera. You can find out more about Caera on her website or on her Contributor Page. Celia Extra Special Thanks go for permission to use any of her wonderful music to Celia Farran. You can find out more about Celia on her website or on her Contributor Page. Damh the Bard Extra Special thanks go to Damh the Bard for his permission to use any of his music on the Show. You can find out more about Damh (Dave) on his website or on his Contributor page. The Dolmen Extra Special thanks also go to The Dolmen, for their permission to use any of their fantastic Celtic Folk/Rock music on the Show. You can find out more about The Dolmen on their website or on our Contributor page. Keltoria Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of their inspired music to Keltoria. You can find out more about Keltoria on their website or on their Contributor page. Kevin Skinner Extra Special thanks go for permission to use any of his superb music to Kevin Skinner. You can find out more about Kevin on his website or on his Contributor page. Phil Thornton Extra Special Thanks go for permisssion to use any of his astounding ambient music to the Sonic Sorcerer himself, Phil Thornton. You can find out more about Phil on his website or on his Contributor Page. S.J. Tucker Extra Special thanks go to Sooj for her permission to use any of her superb music. You can find out more about Sooj on her website or on her Contributor page. Spiral Dance Extra Special thanks go for permission to use Adrienne and the band to use any of their music in the show. You can find out more about Spiral Dance on their website or on their Contributor page. We\'d like to wish you \'Hwyl fawr!\', which is Welsh for Goodbye and have fun, or more literally Wishing a Good Mood on you!   Save Save Celtic Myth Podshow http://celticmythpodshow.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!

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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
Hashtag feminism: radical or banal?

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MacLoveBites

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23 Mar 2015 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://macbites.co.uk MacBites In this episode, anorexic kit, a distinct lack of appendages and the cat’s miaow BackBites 2011 MacBook Pro Repair Program Apple Repair Program - Macworld ChatBites MacBites Live - Spring Forward Apple TV with Added Siri Selfie Stick Ban The Pop Stick Download Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview Office Store App Review Plantronics InstantMeeting Plantronics InstantMeeting for iOS Mike’s InstantMeeting Review O2 Special Numbers A Conference Call in Real Life Conference Call Goes Out of Control Focus Sequel Pro Sequel Pro Review MacLoveBites Allister’s Passion for Podcasting Elaine and Mike on Nosillacast 515 Events Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac Preview Replay Microsoft Word 2016 for Mac Preview Microsoft Excel 2016 for Mac Preview Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Mac Preview MacBites http://macbites.co.uk
JC Zoo Xmas 2014

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]]> 26 Dec 2014 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that ate santas milk and cookies.In this months show Jay plays the drums. Kate farts. And Mr D pulls a cracker We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Shatter Vox (Home for Christmas) www.shattervox.comClumsy (Stop The Cavalry) www.clumsy.infoFrank Shiner (Driving Home for Christmas) www.facebook.com/frankshinermusicGidgets Ga Ga (Christmas Wish) www.gidgetsgaga.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.jaycast.co.ukRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 JC Zoo Ep1 November 2014
In this months show Jay sings a song. Mr Downtrodden (Brian) unscrews a bolt and Kate moonlights on commercial radio. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.

Link to the Bands Played this week:

Soldier (Fireflies) http://www.soldiernwobhm.com
Alayna (Lets Get Outa Here Tonight) http://www.alaynamusic.com
Kortney Jean (New Dance) http://www.walkermusic.org
Cordie Prevost (Shinin Rivier) http://www.codieprevost.com

All music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out:
Musically: http://music.mevio.com
Ariel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.com

Check out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/
Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Jaycastjay
Buy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycast

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24 Nov 2014 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that went to mow a meadow but forgot the lawn mower.In this months show Jay sings a song. Mr Downtrodden (Brian) unscrews a bolt and Kate moonlights on commercial radio. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Soldier (Fireflies) http://www.soldiernwobhm.comAlayna (Lets Get Outa Here Tonight) http://www.alaynamusic.comKortney Jean (New Dance) http://www.walkermusic.orgCordie Prevost (Shinin Rivier) http://www.codieprevost.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.jaycast.co.ukRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983
RC 270: Pop Is Dead #5 – Moneygoround

Fifth instalment of the Pop Is Dead series, all about the dirty, dirty cash in the music industry, with occasional interruptions from Steve Albini and The Story of Pop. The finale will be next week.

Get the money, Mr. Potato, Get the money, Pay the Eskimo… (163Mb, 2:02)

  • Doxa Sinistra – Call Now!
  • The Kinks – The Moneygoround
  • DJ Drama & Dead Prez – The Game Is A Battlefield
  • Dead Kennedys – Pull My Strings
  • Consolidated – Industry Corporate
  • Futuristic Sex Robots – Fuck The MPAA
  • Strange Parcels – Disconnection
  • Semi-Not – Disco Communist
  • Dan Bull – Home Taping Is Killing Music
  • Black Sweden – Ain't Talking About Love / Money Money Money
  • The Pop Group – We Are All Prostitutes
  • Nick Lowe – Music for Money
  • Dead Prez – W-4
  • Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip – Thou Shalt Always Kill (Sibot Remix)
  • Bono talking about Negativland U2 case
  • TC – Where's My Money (Clipz Remix)
  • Ini Kamoze – Pirate
  • Negativland – Please Don't Sue Us
  • Kiki & Herb – The Revolution Medley: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised/Lose Yourself/Once In A Lifetime
  • Goran Bregovic – Get the Money (by Iggy Pop)
  • National Lampoon – Won't You Buy My Record (Dr John Parody)
  • Nina Simone – What Have They Done To My Song Ma? (Previously Unreleased)
  • TV Themes – Basil Brush In The Studio
  • Phil Ochs – Chord of Fame
  • Pet Shop Boys – Your Early Stuff
  • Negativland – Keep Your Evenings Free
  • Culturcide – Color My World with Pigs
  • The Frogs – I Only Play for Money

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(Money image from StockMonkeys.com, Creative Commons Attribution Generic)

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22 Nov 2014 @ 03:55 am +0000 http://www.radioclash.com Radio Clash Music Podcast Fifth instalment of the Pop Is Dead series, all about the dirty, dirty cash in the music industry, with occasional interruptions from Steve Albini and The Story of Pop. The finale will be next week. Get the money, Mr. Potato, Get the money, Pay the Eskimo… (163Mb, 2:02) Doxa Sinistra – Call Now! The Kinks – The Moneygoround DJ Drama & Dead Prez – The Game Is A Battlefield Dead Kennedys – Pull My Strings Consolidated – Industry Corporate Futuristic Sex Robots – Fuck The MPAA Strange Parcels – Disconnection Semi-Not – Disco Communist Dan Bull – Home Taping Is Killing Music Black Sweden – Ain\'t Talking About Love / Money Money Money The Pop Group – We Are All Prostitutes Nick Lowe – Music for Money Dead Prez – W-4 Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip – Thou Shalt Always Kill (Sibot Remix) Bono talking about Negativland U2 case TC – Where\'s My Money (Clipz Remix) Ini Kamoze – Pirate Negativland – Please Don\'t Sue Us Kiki & Herb – The Revolution Medley: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised/Lose Yourself/Once In A Lifetime Goran Bregovic – Get the Money (by Iggy Pop) National Lampoon – Won\'t You Buy My Record (Dr John Parody) Nina Simone – What Have They Done To My Song Ma? (Previously Unreleased) TV Themes – Basil Brush In The Studio Phil Ochs – Chord of Fame Pet Shop Boys – Your Early Stuff Negativland – Keep Your Evenings Free Culturcide – Color My World with Pigs The Frogs – I Only Play for Money (Money image from StockMonkeys.com, Creative Commons Attribution Generic) The post RC 270: Pop Is Dead #5 – Moneygoround appeared first on Radio Clash Music Podcast & Blog. Radio Clash Music Podcast http://www.radioclash.com
SnC 422 – A meeting place BENYORO

A show of considerable contrast this week with more music than is probably good for you.  Like Benyoro (pic) it's a bit of a meeting place.

 

Benyoro_AlbumCoverAn Sera – Benyoro (NYC, USA)

The band is, quite literally, a meeting place. Its name, taken from Mali’s Bamana language, means precisely that.

That the six-piece group would come together in NYC seems almost inevitable. The city is the polyglot home to a thousand different languages and dialects, where African music devotees can find their kindred spirits in recent émigrés from the continent. Where South African jit can nuzzle up next to merengue and the blues can sit next to Kenyan benga. And as the band shows on its debut album, Benyoro (July 8, 2014), it’s a place where the Mandé music of West Africa can thrive.

“What we really do is play praise music,” explains guitarist and ngoni lute player Sam Dickey. “We’ve just sped it up a little; it brings the music into a more dance-oriented context. Toumani Diabaté and his Symmetric Orchestra have been major innovators in this regard.”

The album is heavily weighted toward traditional Mandé songs, like the classic “Kulanjan,” but they sit with perfect ease next to three original compositions, and everything is given the Benyoro treatment.

“Listen to the first track, ‘An Sera,’” suggest Benyoro’s kora player, Yacouba Sissoko. “We make the connection with Congolese soukous there. That’s natural – soukous is hugely popular all over the continent, it’s informed every type of African music. But Africa is such a big continent, with so many different cultures, and we try to make music for all Africa, to put the different sounds together and create a new color.”

“We started out just playing traditional music, then we worked up some of our own material. A few of the arrangements pay tribute to Toumani in their style.

www.benyoro.com/

www.facebook.com/Benyoro

@benyoromusic

 

sugar plumMoment Of Fame (ft. Charlie Clark) – Sugar Plum Fairies (LA, CA, USA)

Sugarplum Fairies was originally founded by Ben Bohm (guitars, bg vocals) and Silvia Ryder (vocals). After the duo parted ways in 2013, Ryder assembled a rotating line-up of co-writers and guest musicians, culminating in the creation of ‘Godspeed & Silver Linings', which was released June 10 on Starfish Records.

Somewhere between Hapsburg and Honkytonk, swaying palm trees and swirling dark espresso, airy minimalism and waltzing Americana, the Fairies play melancholic songs on sparkling instruments. Think of an evening gown captured in Kodachrome. Gustav Klimt on Route 66. This is music for when you’ve been up all night but are still in control. Reminiscent of Nico and Leonard Cohen singing duets on accordion and ’58 Les Paul out by the pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

On the album, ‘Godspeed & Silver Linings‘, SPF has crafted another expansive collection of austere Angeleno pop. The album was produced by Marlon Rabenreither (Gold Star, Lael Neale), mixed by Todd Burke (Belle & Sebastian, Ben Harper), mastered by Pete Lyman (St. Vincent, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Dandy Warhols) and featuring guest performances by Charlie Clark (The Reindeer Section, Arab Strap, Snow Patrol) and RT Valine (RT n' the 44s).

www.sugarplumfairies.com

www.facebook.com/Sugarplum.Fairies

 

WryLadder – Wry Lion (UK)

As a dyspraxic asthmatic with Aspergers syndrome, it's easy to see why Wry Lion has never tried to fit within the mould of a traditional emcee. Combining the technique and theatricality of Tech N9ne with the lyrical depth of Mos Def & Eminem, throw in a uniquely British quirkiness and a singing voice that is equal parts Mike Skinner, David Bowie & Ian Dury. Musically, he is one of the most dynamic artists working today, mixing his unmistakable vocal style with beats that mix rock, blues, funk, soul & jazz with a molten core of hip hop, combining these influences with a knack for pop songwriting that puts him light years ahead of most of his contemporaries on the UK Hip Hop scene.

Wry has just released his debut album Theatricks, an intimate look into the mind of an eccentric. Through a cast of colourful characters and esoteric storytelling mixed with a progressive political stance and emotionally charged perspective Wry Lion has created a work that deconstructs the tropes of Hip Hop while never losing sight of the need for a catchy beat.

wrylion.com/

www.facebook.com/wrylionmusic

@thewrylion

 

Chromatisch Dee C'rellDays Like These – Dee C'rell (London)

From the new double A-side “Chromatisch” on Holm Records

Holm records present a new double A-side from Dee C’rell entitled, Chromatisch. A kaleidoscope of sound manipulation and vocals entwined with the trademark elements that define Dee C’rell’s understated music making, Chromatisch takes jazz and down-tempo lounge into new territory, gently implementing the audacious music making of contemporary electro-acoustic jazz.

Days Like These is a chill-out and down-tempo mixture of jazz, electronics and sound design, embracing the idiosyncratic characteristics of Dee C’rell’s sound. There is contemporary electro-acoustic jazz integrated throughout the compositions, with reshaped sound design and audio manipulation. With the interweaved sultry vocals of Alda Olafsdottir adding an air of suspense over a complex but sparse rhythm, Days Like These is a delightful track for those lazy summer days and beyond.

The recording is available on iTunes and other worldwide digital stores.

www.deecrell.com

 

Beef Terminal - Canadian PatentCassettes – Beef Terminal (Toronto, Canada)

Named after a meat processing facility in the west end of Toronto, Canada, MD Matheson has been releasing albums under the Beef Terminal name since 2000. The latest, “Canadian Patent” is the first since 2011's “Humidex” release.

“I wasn’t sure if I was going to bother to make another Beef Terminal album. After some bad experiences involving “Humidex” with labels, I contemplated just packing it in and making sounds on my own with no real intention to release it out in the world. I felt like I was just throwing more music on a massive pile of music that everyone else was making and just getting ignored, so why bother? But the point of this project has never been recognition or money, it has been about true fans of the music, who seem to somehow find it and get in touch, telling me how much it has meant to them.

Alex Chilton said: “Somewhere a long the line I figured out that if you only press up a hundred copies of a record, then eventually it will find it’s way to the hundred people in the world who want it most.” This has been my experience, and that's the reason why I'm going to keep going and keep releasing music, no matter who is there to hear it. I've had times when what I was doing was popular and got some radio play, and times when I was completely ignored. But none of that matters.

I recorded the album starting in April of 2013 in Toronto and finished it up in Florida in early 2014. The name “Canadian Patent” comes from an old scaffolding company in Toronto, the name was painted on the side of a building (probably torn down now for condos) and I thought it might be a cool name for an album. It sounds kind of mysterious and weird to me, and as a proud Canadian I thought it might be cool to reference my country in the album name as well.”

–MD Matheson

facebook.com/beefterminal

moodgadget.com

beefterminal.bandcamp.com/

 

ExtremelyThank You England – Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy (London, UK) direct

Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy are two, well-know (and loved) London buskers who spent years arguing with the authorities – in and out of court – about the right to perform on moving trains, have now recorded an album called, unexpectedly, “Away From The Tube Trains”.

I met them on a London Underground train, travelling from Earl’s Court to Kew Gardens six years ago. I bought their album and gave Jeremy my Suffolk’n’Cool card. Last month he got around to calling me with an apology for the delay! The result, two more deliciously quirky albums of songs with huge integrity and honesty.

This track evoke one aspect of English manners which may have been retreating for some years but remain as part of the nations expectations as ever, and it’s wonderful to hear this simple gratitude for a country and its culture, not for a politician, expressed like this.

The bulk of the material was recorded in far-away, sunny Macedonia, although the title track itself was created in more nearby and rainy, Surrey Docks.

Mainly ballads, with a folk/rock/country sort of feel, they feature Mike’s talents as street poet and vocalist and Jeremy’s finger-style work on banjo and guitar.

bongomikeandextremelyfrankjeremy.co.uk

Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy on iTunes

 

nealfox6Something's Wrong – Neal Fox (Florida, USA)

An artist for whom I have huge respect. I played his track Swank-ay way back on Suffolk ‘n’ Cool 046 in December 2006 and a few others at improbable intervals since then.

At age 20 Neal had his first record deal. Three contracts, one music production company and 40 years later he is still producing great music. Only now, he’s doing it on his own terms and his own label. His sixth release Now it’s Personal came out in 2008.

Much of his work now is multi-media which creates even broader canvasses for his burgeoning creativity. Take a look at the video below.

Do pay a visit to his site if you have a few minutes, there’s loads to see and hear.

www.wireduck.com

 

FreakGypsy Song – Freak Fandango Orchestra (Barcelona, Spain)

The Freak Fandango Orchestra is a multi-ethnic balkan-gypsy-punk band from Barcelona (Spain). The band exists since 2006 and is performing live since 2007. You can see them a lot around Barcelona but they also play at international venues, like for example at the New York Gypsy Festival 2011.

They are: Noe, Armin, Vitto, Jürgen, David, Xavi, Jordi, Alfonso (miembro de honor)

Their music is a explosive mixture of folk, polka, gypsy music from the Balkans and punk-rock. The band is composed by musicians with lots of different instruments (guitar, bass, drums, violin, saxophone, trumpet, accordion and percussion). They are influenced by artists like Emir Kusturica And The No Smoking Orchestra, Goran Bregovi? and Gogol Bordello.

In 2009 they published their first EP Love, Death And A Drunken Monkey

In 2009 they published their second EP Tales Of A Dead Fish with over 200.000 downloads (more than 120.000 downloads on Jamendo and 100.000 downloads on FMA).

The Freak Fandango Orchestra (www.freakfandango.es) present their 3rd album “Wild Goats and Useless Heroes“.

Financed trough a crowd-funding campaign and finally released in May 2014 it's again full of energetic songs with crazy lyrics.

www.facebook.com/freakfandango

www.jamendo.com/en/artist/351968/the-freak-fandango-orchestra

www.freakfandango.es

 

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13 Aug 2014 @ 11:45 am +0000 http://suffolkandcool.com Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast A show of considerable contrast this week with more music than is probably good for you.  Like Benyoro (pic) it\'s a bit of a meeting place.   An Sera – Benyoro (NYC, USA) The band is, quite literally, a meeting place. Its name, taken from Mali’s Bamana language, means precisely that. That the six-piece group would come together in NYC seems almost inevitable. The city is the polyglot home to a thousand different languages and dialects, where African music devotees can find their kindred spirits in recent émigrés from the continent. Where South African jit can nuzzle up next to merengue and the blues can sit next to Kenyan benga. And as the band shows on its debut album, Benyoro (July 8, 2014), it’s a place where the Mandé music of West Africa can thrive. “What we really do is play praise music,” explains guitarist and ngoni lute player Sam Dickey. “We’ve just sped it up a little; it brings the music into a more dance-oriented context. Toumani Diabaté and his Symmetric Orchestra have been major innovators in this regard.” The album is heavily weighted toward traditional Mandé songs, like the classic “Kulanjan,” but they sit with perfect ease next to three original compositions, and everything is given the Benyoro treatment. “Listen to the first track, ‘An Sera,’” suggest Benyoro’s kora player, Yacouba Sissoko. “We make the connection with Congolese soukous there. That’s natural – soukous is hugely popular all over the continent, it’s informed every type of African music. But Africa is such a big continent, with so many different cultures, and we try to make music for all Africa, to put the different sounds together and create a new color.” “We started out just playing traditional music, then we worked up some of our own material. A few of the arrangements pay tribute to Toumani in their style. www.benyoro.com/ www.facebook.com/Benyoro @benyoromusic   Moment Of Fame (ft. Charlie Clark) – Sugar Plum Fairies (LA, CA, USA) Sugarplum Fairies was originally founded by Ben Bohm (guitars, bg vocals) and Silvia Ryder (vocals). After the duo parted ways in 2013, Ryder assembled a rotating line-up of co-writers and guest musicians, culminating in the creation of ‘Godspeed & Silver Linings\', which was released June 10 on Starfish Records. Somewhere between Hapsburg and Honkytonk, swaying palm trees and swirling dark espresso, airy minimalism and waltzing Americana, the Fairies play melancholic songs on sparkling instruments. Think of an evening gown captured in Kodachrome. Gustav Klimt on Route 66. This is music for when you’ve been up all night but are still in control. Reminiscent of Nico and Leonard Cohen singing duets on accordion and ’58 Les Paul out by the pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel. On the album, ‘Godspeed & Silver Linings‘, SPF has crafted another expansive collection of austere Angeleno pop. The album was produced by Marlon Rabenreither (Gold Star, Lael Neale), mixed by Todd Burke (Belle & Sebastian, Ben Harper), mastered by Pete Lyman (St. Vincent, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Dandy Warhols) and featuring guest performances by Charlie Clark (The Reindeer Section, Arab Strap, Snow Patrol) and RT Valine (RT n\' the 44s). www.sugarplumfairies.com www.facebook.com/Sugarplum.Fairies   Ladder – Wry Lion (UK) As a dyspraxic asthmatic with Aspergers syndrome, it\'s easy to see why Wry Lion has never tried to fit within the mould of a traditional emcee. Combining the technique and theatricality of Tech N9ne with the lyrical depth of Mos Def & Eminem, throw in a uniquely British quirkiness and a singing voice that is equal parts Mike Skinner, David Bowie & Ian Dury. Musically, he is one of the most dynamic artists working today, mixing his unmistakable vocal style with beats that mix rock, blues, funk, soul & jazz with a molten core of hip hop, combining these influences with a knack for pop songwriting that puts him light years ahead of most of his contemporaries on the UK Hip Hop scene. Wry has just released his debut album Theatricks, an intimate look into the mind of an eccentric. Through a cast of colourful characters and esoteric storytelling mixed with a progressive political stance and emotionally charged perspective Wry Lion has created a work that deconstructs the tropes of Hip Hop while never losing sight of the need for a catchy beat. wrylion.com/ www.facebook.com/wrylionmusic @thewrylion   Days Like These – Dee C\'rell (London) From the new double A-side “Chromatisch” on Holm Records Holm records present a new double A-side from Dee C’rell entitled, Chromatisch. A kaleidoscope of sound manipulation and vocals entwined with the trademark elements that define Dee C’rell’s understated music making, Chromatisch takes jazz and down-tempo lounge into new territory, gently implementing the audacious music making of contemporary electro-acoustic jazz. Days Like These is a chill-out and down-tempo mixture of jazz, electronics and sound design, embracing the idiosyncratic characteristics of Dee C’rell’s sound. There is contemporary electro-acoustic jazz integrated throughout the compositions, with reshaped sound design and audio manipulation. With the interweaved sultry vocals of Alda Olafsdottir adding an air of suspense over a complex but sparse rhythm, Days Like These is a delightful track for those lazy summer days and beyond. The recording is available on iTunes and other worldwide digital stores. www.deecrell.com   Cassettes – Beef Terminal (Toronto, Canada) Named after a meat processing facility in the west end of Toronto, Canada, MD Matheson has been releasing albums under the Beef Terminal name since 2000. The latest, “Canadian Patent” is the first since 2011\'s “Humidex” release. “I wasn’t sure if I was going to bother to make another Beef Terminal album. After some bad experiences involving “Humidex” with labels, I contemplated just packing it in and making sounds on my own with no real intention to release it out in the world. I felt like I was just throwing more music on a massive pile of music that everyone else was making and just getting ignored, so why bother? But the point of this project has never been recognition or money, it has been about true fans of the music, who seem to somehow find it and get in touch, telling me how much it has meant to them. Alex Chilton said: “Somewhere a long the line I figured out that if you only press up a hundred copies of a record, then eventually it will find it’s way to the hundred people in the world who want it most.” This has been my experience, and that\'s the reason why I\'m going to keep going and keep releasing music, no matter who is there to hear it. I\'ve had times when what I was doing was popular and got some radio play, and times when I was completely ignored. But none of that matters. I recorded the album starting in April of 2013 in Toronto and finished it up in Florida in early 2014. The name “Canadian Patent” comes from an old scaffolding company in Toronto, the name was painted on the side of a building (probably torn down now for condos) and I thought it might be a cool name for an album. It sounds kind of mysterious and weird to me, and as a proud Canadian I thought it might be cool to reference my country in the album name as well.” –MD Matheson facebook.com/beefterminal moodgadget.com beefterminal.bandcamp.com/   Thank You England – Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy (London, UK) direct Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy are two, well-know (and loved) London buskers who spent years arguing with the authorities – in and out of court – about the right to perform on moving trains, have now recorded an album called, unexpectedly, “Away From The Tube Trains”. I met them on a London Underground train, travelling from Earl’s Court to Kew Gardens six years ago. I bought their album and gave Jeremy my Suffolk’n’Cool card. Last month he got around to calling me with an apology for the delay! The result, two more deliciously quirky albums of songs with huge integrity and honesty. This track evoke one aspect of English manners which may have been retreating for some years but remain as part of the nations expectations as ever, and it’s wonderful to hear this simple gratitude for a country and its culture, not for a politician, expressed like this. The bulk of the material was recorded in far-away, sunny Macedonia, although the title track itself was created in more nearby and rainy, Surrey Docks. Mainly ballads, with a folk/rock/country sort of feel, they feature Mike’s talents as street poet and vocalist and Jeremy’s finger-style work on banjo and guitar. bongomikeandextremelyfrankjeremy.co.uk Bongo Mike and Extremely Frank Jeremy on iTunes   Something\'s Wrong – Neal Fox (Florida, USA) An artist for whom I have huge respect. I played his track Swank-ay way back on Suffolk ‘n’ Cool 046 in December 2006 and a few others at improbable intervals since then. At age 20 Neal had his first record deal. Three contracts, one music production company and 40 years later he is still producing great music. Only now, he’s doing it on his own terms and his own label. His sixth release Now it’s Personal came out in 2008. Much of his work now is multi-media which creates even broader canvasses for his burgeoning creativity. Take a look at the video below. Do pay a visit to his site if you have a few minutes, there’s loads to see and hear. www.wireduck.com   Gypsy Song – Freak Fandango Orchestra (Barcelona, Spain) The Freak Fandango Orchestra is a multi-ethnic balkan-gypsy-punk band from Barcelona (Spain). The band exists since 2006 and is performing live since 2007. You can see them a lot around Barcelona but they also play at international venues, like for example at the New York Gypsy Festival 2011. They are: Noe, Armin, Vitto, Jürgen, David, Xavi, Jordi, Alfonso (miembro de honor) Their music is a explosive mixture of folk, polka, gypsy music from the Balkans and punk-rock. The band is composed by musicians with lots of different instruments (guitar, bass, drums, violin, saxophone, trumpet, accordion and percussion). They are influenced by artists like Emir Kusturica And The No Smoking Orchestra, Goran Bregovi? and Gogol Bordello. In 2009 they published their first EP Love, Death And A Drunken Monkey In 2009 they published their second EP Tales Of A Dead Fish with over 200.000 downloads (more than 120.000 downloads on Jamendo and 100.000 downloads on FMA). The Freak Fandango Orchestra (www.freakfandango.es) present their 3rd album “Wild Goats and Useless Heroes“. Financed trough a crowd-funding campaign and finally released in May 2014 it\'s again full of energetic songs with crazy lyrics. www.facebook.com/freakfandango www.jamendo.com/en/artist/351968/the-freak-fandango-orchestra www.freakfandango.es   Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast http://suffolkandcool.com
SnC 421 – Get your sh*t together 421

The Wet Secrets live at The Great Escape playing the song featured in the show this week. Makes sense really.

We’re going somewhat pop this week. Not exclusively and no, not your standard bland radio pop but some really rather interesting examples of how in the hands of real musical craft people every genre of music has the potential to surprise and delight.

Tracks this week all come via our good friends Adam, Heather, Vickki and the gang at Planetary Music in LA. I just mention that because its true – for no other reason!

 

Two Bears NorthComeocean – Two Bears North (Edmonton, Canada)

Sophie Heppell and Melissa Walker spent the last six years perfecting the harmonies, grooves, calls and responses that became the Edmonton-based band Two Bears North. Heppell's melodic sense, Walker's incomparable groove and the addition of Nich Davies on drums have made the band unstoppable.

These two West Coast women finding each other in the prairies and bearing the North together; on a journey to figure out the complexities of the human psyche.

With upright and electric bass, vocal harmonies, electric guitar, synth, glockenspiel, violin, trumpet, drums and various percussion, Comeocean is bound to sound refreshing to music listeners anywhere. The entire album is an extended dialogue between the head and the heart. It is a constant yearning for comfort in our surroundings and relationships but realizing that becoming content and complacent may be the biggest fear of all.

They won the People's Choice at the 2014 Edmonton Music Awards and their nine song debut album Comeocean was released December 2013.

Catch them in September at:

September 13, 2014 Kelowna, Canada @ Streaming Cafe

September 14, 2014 Vancouver, Canada @ Guilt and Co

September 19, 2014 Edmonton, Canada @ The Street Car

September 20, 2014 Edmonton, Canada @ Art in the Park

September 26, 2014 Calgary, Canada @ Broken City

September 27, 2014 Lethbridge, Canada @ The Owl

September 30, 2014 Saskatoon, Canada @ Vangelis

www.twobearsnorth.com

www.twobearsnorth.bandcamp.com

www.facebook.com/twobearsnorthmusic

@TwoBears_North

 

Eden MulhollandBody Fight Time – Eden Mulholland  (Melbourne/Townsville/Auckland, Australia/NZ)

Eden Mulholland’s take on the pop music of the future comes complete with strange voices, ripped apart rhythms, momentary flashes from ethereal orchestras, and all with a complete disregard for genre boundaries. It may well be that Eden’s less conventional path in music -­? he formerly was a contemporary dancer -­? has helped shape his experimental approach to composition.

Ricky Birmingham: Drums

Eden Mulholland: pretty much everything else

www.facebook.com/edenmulhollandmusic

www.edenmulholland.bandcamp.com

www.soundcloud.com

@edenmulholland

 

Scenic RouteParis – Scenic Route to Alaska (Edmonton, Canada)

Scenic Route to Alaska is the story of three best friends from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann (lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as long as they can remember.

When they were first introduced to music, it wasn’t long before they had formed a band and began practicing together. Initially, the band was playing rhythm and blues, and rock and roll covers for hall shows and weddings but it wasn’t long before they were gaining demand around town. Becoming a kind of session band, the trio began backing up countless local artists of varying genres and accumulated the valuable performance experience that made them stand out as a mature young group.

After several years of this and having performed at nearly every venue in Edmonton, the trio finally made their move to create Scenic Route to Alaska in the summer of 2010.

The enthusiastic trio released their second full-length album, Warrington, recorded by Brad Smith and produced by Jay Sparrow, in June of 2014.

www.scenicroutetoalaska.com

www.facebook.com/scenicroutetoalaskaband

www.scenicroutetoalaska.bandcamp.com

@scenicalaska

 

stargrovesjpgWestfjords – Stargroves (NYC, NY, USA)

Stargroves' story begins like those of many indie bands, but unlike most such starry-eyed hopefuls, this dynamic group of NYC dreamers are making their fantasy a reality. Stargroves was the brainchild of NYU student and lifelong musician Teddy Watson, who fronts the band, writes their songs, and recruited its eclectic and talented members.

Inspired by upbeat, unique visionaries like Stars and Sigur Ros, in 2012 Teddy took an exotic three month hiatus to Iceland to get away from the constant drone of NYC and focus specifically on music. In the solitude of Reykjavic, Teddy relearned how to listen, to embrace the beauty of silence, and loudly celebrate the victories. Teddy returned to NYC with the majority of the debut album written.

The album is built on a full rhythm section that includes Teddy Watson (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo), Charlie Rauh (lead guitar, supporting vocals), Bryan Percivall (bass guitar, supporting vocals), Brad Whiteley (keyboard, synthesizer), and Max Maples (drums). Featured vocals are by Abigail Breslin.

The album Stargroves was recorded at Threshold Studios in New York City o ver the course of a year and produced by Teddy and some fine engineering by Jeremy Sklarsky.

www.stargroves.com

www.facebook.com/stargrovesband

@stargrovesband

 

4PAN1T_PromDate2Good Morning, Boyfriend – Prom Date (New Orleans, LA, USA)

Prom Date's first full-length album is a testimony to the complex nature of relationships. The ten songs on Portraits highlight how love grows and fades as the distance between people changes.

The group originated as a friend-rock band with penchant for pop music. Experimentation with electronic instruments drew the group to danceable pop music. Prom Date was born from this synthesizer awakening.

After years of playing across Louisiana, the band settled in New Orleans to hone their sound. A self-titled EP in 2012 resulted in several regional adventures on the way to SXSW. Later that summer, sessions at Magic Ranch Studios in Austin, TX became the cornerstone for Portraits.

Their album Portraits dresses everyday issues in fabulous clothing. It was self-released yesterday, when they played an album release shows in New Orleans. They have another in Baton Rouge on Friday followed by a tour in September.

8.8.14 Baton Rouge @ The Spanish Moon

8.9.14 New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa

9.6.14 New Orleans, LA @ The Beatnik

9.11.14 Beaumont, TX @ Texas Rose Saloon

9.12.14 Austin, TX @ Carson Creek

9.12.14 Austin, TX @ Spider House

9.15.14 Fort Worth, TX @ Lola's

9.17.14 Denton, TX @ Hailey's Club

9.18.14 Shreveport, LA @ TBA

9.19.14 Texarkana, TX @ Silver Dollar

9.20.14 Memphis, TN @ The Buccaneer Lounge

www.promdatemusic.com

www.facebook.com/PromDateBand

@askustoprom

 

MoxiSave Me – Moxi (LA, CA, USA)

Moxi is an indie pop duo from Los Angeles, CA, built on the dreamy vocals of Anna Nelson and surrounded by the moody, atmospheric keyboards of Andy Toy. Drawing on elements from pop, classic cinema, and 80's new wave, Moxi sets Nelson's distinct vocals on a backdrop of big drums and electronic textures.

Through the Dark“, the follow up EP to 2013's “In My Dreams” lives up to its name as darker, more beat-driven, and more of a wanderer than it's predecessor.

Teaming up with Emmy award winning producer Bobby Hartry, Moxi plans to release “Through The Dark” in the fall of 2014 with CatBeach Music.

www.moxilovesyou.com

www.facebook.com/moxilovesyou

@moxilovesyou

 

wet secretsGet Your Shit Together – The Wet Secrets (Edmonton< Alberta, Canada)

Swampy bass lines, primal drumming, dancing ladies with brassy horn stacks, keys, congas, & vocal harmonies galore.

Formed on a dare by Lyle Bell, Trevor Anderson and Kim Rackel, the bass and horn heavy quintet burst onto the scene with 2006?s A Whale of a Cow CD. Written and recorded within one week of the band’s formation, it was a clarion call to anyone within earshot that The Wet Secrets had arrived.

Their shows at The Great Escape were, frankly, unforgettable. In the very best of ways.

Lyle Bell: Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals

Trevor Anderson: Vocals, Drums

Kim Rackel: Vocals, Trumpets

Emma Frazier: Vocals, Trombone

Paul Arnusch: Vocals, Keys, Congas

You can still catch the interview I did with Kyle and Trevor at TGE on SnC416

www.thewetsecrets.com

www.facebook.com/thewetsecrets

@thewetsecrets

 

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6 Aug 2014 @ 11:09 am +0000 http://suffolkandcool.com Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast The Wet Secrets live at The Great Escape playing the song featured in the show this week. Makes sense really. We’re going somewhat pop this week. Not exclusively and no, not your standard bland radio pop but some really rather interesting examples of how in the hands of real musical craft people every genre of music has the potential to surprise and delight. Tracks this week all come via our good friends Adam, Heather, Vickki and the gang at Planetary Music in LA. I just mention that because its true – for no other reason!   Comeocean – Two Bears North (Edmonton, Canada) Sophie Heppell and Melissa Walker spent the last six years perfecting the harmonies, grooves, calls and responses that became the Edmonton-based band Two Bears North. Heppell\'s melodic sense, Walker\'s incomparable groove and the addition of Nich Davies on drums have made the band unstoppable. These two West Coast women finding each other in the prairies and bearing the North together; on a journey to figure out the complexities of the human psyche. With upright and electric bass, vocal harmonies, electric guitar, synth, glockenspiel, violin, trumpet, drums and various percussion, Comeocean is bound to sound refreshing to music listeners anywhere. The entire album is an extended dialogue between the head and the heart. It is a constant yearning for comfort in our surroundings and relationships but realizing that becoming content and complacent may be the biggest fear of all. They won the People\'s Choice at the 2014 Edmonton Music Awards and their nine song debut album Comeocean was released December 2013. Catch them in September at: September 13, 2014 Kelowna, Canada @ Streaming Cafe September 14, 2014 Vancouver, Canada @ Guilt and Co September 19, 2014 Edmonton, Canada @ The Street Car September 20, 2014 Edmonton, Canada @ Art in the Park September 26, 2014 Calgary, Canada @ Broken City September 27, 2014 Lethbridge, Canada @ The Owl September 30, 2014 Saskatoon, Canada @ Vangelis www.twobearsnorth.com www.twobearsnorth.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/twobearsnorthmusic @TwoBears_North   Body Fight Time – Eden Mulholland  (Melbourne/Townsville/Auckland, Australia/NZ) Eden Mulholland’s take on the pop music of the future comes complete with strange voices, ripped apart rhythms, momentary flashes from ethereal orchestras, and all with a complete disregard for genre boundaries. It may well be that Eden’s less conventional path in music -­? he formerly was a contemporary dancer -­? has helped shape his experimental approach to composition. Ricky Birmingham: Drums Eden Mulholland: pretty much everything else www.facebook.com/edenmulhollandmusic www.edenmulholland.bandcamp.com www.soundcloud.com @edenmulholland   Paris – Scenic Route to Alaska (Edmonton, Canada) Scenic Route to Alaska is the story of three best friends from Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up together, Trevor Mann (lead vocals and guitar), Murray Wood (bass) and Shea Connor (drums and vocals), have been friends for as long as they can remember. When they were first introduced to music, it wasn’t long before they had formed a band and began practicing together. Initially, the band was playing rhythm and blues, and rock and roll covers for hall shows and weddings but it wasn’t long before they were gaining demand around town. Becoming a kind of session band, the trio began backing up countless local artists of varying genres and accumulated the valuable performance experience that made them stand out as a mature young group. After several years of this and having performed at nearly every venue in Edmonton, the trio finally made their move to create Scenic Route to Alaska in the summer of 2010. The enthusiastic trio released their second full-length album, Warrington, recorded by Brad Smith and produced by Jay Sparrow, in June of 2014. www.scenicroutetoalaska.com www.facebook.com/scenicroutetoalaskaband www.scenicroutetoalaska.bandcamp.com @scenicalaska   Westfjords – Stargroves (NYC, NY, USA) Stargroves\' story begins like those of many indie bands, but unlike most such starry-eyed hopefuls, this dynamic group of NYC dreamers are making their fantasy a reality. Stargroves was the brainchild of NYU student and lifelong musician Teddy Watson, who fronts the band, writes their songs, and recruited its eclectic and talented members. Inspired by upbeat, unique visionaries like Stars and Sigur Ros, in 2012 Teddy took an exotic three month hiatus to Iceland to get away from the constant drone of NYC and focus specifically on music. In the solitude of Reykjavic, Teddy relearned how to listen, to embrace the beauty of silence, and loudly celebrate the victories. Teddy returned to NYC with the majority of the debut album written. The album is built on a full rhythm section that includes Teddy Watson (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo), Charlie Rauh (lead guitar, supporting vocals), Bryan Percivall (bass guitar, supporting vocals), Brad Whiteley (keyboard, synthesizer), and Max Maples (drums). Featured vocals are by Abigail Breslin. The album Stargroves was recorded at Threshold Studios in New York City o ver the course of a year and produced by Teddy and some fine engineering by Jeremy Sklarsky. www.stargroves.com www.facebook.com/stargrovesband @stargrovesband   Good Morning, Boyfriend – Prom Date (New Orleans, LA, USA) Prom Date\'s first full-length album is a testimony to the complex nature of relationships. The ten songs on Portraits highlight how love grows and fades as the distance between people changes. The group originated as a friend-rock band with penchant for pop music. Experimentation with electronic instruments drew the group to danceable pop music. Prom Date was born from this synthesizer awakening. After years of playing across Louisiana, the band settled in New Orleans to hone their sound. A self-titled EP in 2012 resulted in several regional adventures on the way to SXSW. Later that summer, sessions at Magic Ranch Studios in Austin, TX became the cornerstone for Portraits. Their album Portraits dresses everyday issues in fabulous clothing. It was self-released yesterday, when they played an album release shows in New Orleans. They have another in Baton Rouge on Friday followed by a tour in September. 8.8.14 Baton Rouge @ The Spanish Moon 8.9.14 New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa 9.6.14 New Orleans, LA @ The Beatnik 9.11.14 Beaumont, TX @ Texas Rose Saloon 9.12.14 Austin, TX @ Carson Creek 9.12.14 Austin, TX @ Spider House 9.15.14 Fort Worth, TX @ Lola\'s 9.17.14 Denton, TX @ Hailey\'s Club 9.18.14 Shreveport, LA @ TBA 9.19.14 Texarkana, TX @ Silver Dollar 9.20.14 Memphis, TN @ The Buccaneer Lounge www.promdatemusic.com www.facebook.com/PromDateBand @askustoprom   Save Me – Moxi (LA, CA, USA) Moxi is an indie pop duo from Los Angeles, CA, built on the dreamy vocals of Anna Nelson and surrounded by the moody, atmospheric keyboards of Andy Toy. Drawing on elements from pop, classic cinema, and 80\'s new wave, Moxi sets Nelson\'s distinct vocals on a backdrop of big drums and electronic textures. “Through the Dark“, the follow up EP to 2013\'s “In My Dreams” lives up to its name as darker, more beat-driven, and more of a wanderer than it\'s predecessor. Teaming up with Emmy award winning producer Bobby Hartry, Moxi plans to release “Through The Dark” in the fall of 2014 with CatBeach Music. www.moxilovesyou.com www.facebook.com/moxilovesyou @moxilovesyou   Get Your Shit Together – The Wet Secrets (Edmonton< Alberta, Canada) Swampy bass lines, primal drumming, dancing ladies with brassy horn stacks, keys, congas, & vocal harmonies galore. Formed on a dare by Lyle Bell, Trevor Anderson and Kim Rackel, the bass and horn heavy quintet burst onto the scene with 2006?s A Whale of a Cow CD. Written and recorded within one week of the band’s formation, it was a clarion call to anyone within earshot that The Wet Secrets had arrived. Their shows at The Great Escape were, frankly, unforgettable. In the very best of ways. Lyle Bell: Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals Trevor Anderson: Vocals, Drums Kim Rackel: Vocals, Trumpets Emma Frazier: Vocals, Trombone Paul Arnusch: Vocals, Keys, Congas You can still catch the interview I did with Kyle and Trevor at TGE on SnC416 www.thewetsecrets.com www.facebook.com/thewetsecrets @thewetsecrets   Suffolk 'n' Cool - International Indie Music Podcast http://suffolkandcool.com
Medium Wave Podcast Season 2 EP8
Leave your preconceptions at reception and set your Flangers to stun because here comes another irregular missive from Medium Wave towers. We trawl for gems from the forgotten corners of the larder of rock and pop and boy have we got a selection for you...including Officer!, Kleenex, Gruff Rhys, Hate, Bill Hailey & The Comets, Charlotte Church (yes that one), Shades of Rhythm, The Cardiacs, Crash Course in Science, Pale Saints, Sadistic Mika Band and The Soundcarriers.

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18 Jun 2014 @ 12:52 pm +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mediumwave Medium Wave Podcast Leave your preconceptions at reception and set your Flangers to stun because here comes another irregular missive from Medium Wave towers. We trawl for gems from the forgotten corners of the larder of rock and pop and boy have we got a selection for you...including Officer!, Kleenex, Gruff Rhys, Hate, Bill Hailey & The Comets, Charlotte Church (yes that one), Shades of Rhythm, The Cardiacs, Crash Course in Science, Pale Saints, Sadistic Mika Band and The Soundcarriers. Medium Wave Podcast https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mediumwave
JCS4 April 2014

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]]> 20 Apr 2014 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that ate all the easter eggs and threw up on the funfair.In this months show Jay miss pronounces a condiment. Mr Downtrodden (Brian) polishes his chrome and Kate finds an Easter egg down the toilet. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Race Car Hearts (Shimmer) http://www.racecarhearts.comZain Lodhia (Lifetime) http://www.zainlodhia.comJasmine Commerce (The Book) http://jasminecommercemusic.comGeoff Smith (Rose) http://www.thegeoffsmith.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.facebook.com/jaycastpodcastRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Podca5t #04 - Marcus, Our Words

After last week's disastrous attempt at hosting, George was banned for a podcast, so we got an old friend to pop back in (amazing that all it took was George not to be here and availability popped right up.) Dom was ace, Shaun was racist. The usual shit. Some music, no one reads this far anyway. Ultimate Warrior died. Email in podcastfour@gmail.com.

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13 Apr 2014 @ 02:16 am +0000 http://podcastfour.blogspot.com/ Podcast Four After last week\'s disastrous attempt at hosting, George was banned for a podcast, so we got an old friend to pop back in (amazing that all it took was George not to be here and availability popped right up.) Dom was ace, Shaun was racist. The usual shit. Some music, no one reads this far anyway. Ultimate Warrior died. Email in podcastfour@gmail.com.Direct Download MP3Watch the award winning Podcast Four film.Watch the award winning Podcast Four film with TP4 commentary. Podcast Four http://podcastfour.blogspot.com/
JCS4 February 2014
In this months show Jay plays a sound effect. Mr Downtrodden is away so Mystic Kate says bloomin ell. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.

Link to the Bands Played this week:

Shauni Williams (Are You In) http://shauniwilliams.com
Amanda Duncan (Want You In My World) http://www.amandaduncan.com
War Poets (Close Enough) http://warpoets.net
Heather Stewart (Well Learn) http://heather-stewart.com

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2 Mar 2014 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that crossed the road to get to the other side.In this months show Jay plays a sound effect. Mr Downtrodden is away so Mystic Kate says bloomin ell. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Shauni Williams (Are You In) http://shauniwilliams.comAmanda Duncan (Want You In My World) http://www.amandaduncan.comWar Poets (Close Enough) http://warpoets.netHeather Stewart (Well Learn) http://heather-stewart.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.facebook.com/jaycastpodcastRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983
JCS4 January 2014

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]]> 18 Jan 2014 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that can see dead people.In this months show Jay talks to a girl. Mr Downtrodden has his tea read. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Sonny Spectrum (Get Freaky) http://sonnyspectrum.comTrue Nature (Only Love) http://www.truenatureband.comChaser 8 (Never Enough) http://chasereight.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.facebook.com/jaycastpodcastRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast Christmas 2013

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]]> 15 Dec 2013 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that got Santas reindeer drunk.In this months show Jay buys a decoration. Mr Downtrodden wins a game. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Admiral Twin (Carol Of The Bells) http://www.admiraltwin.comDevyn Rose (Home For The Holidays) http://www.devynrose.comCandy Butchers (Second Chance For Christmas) http://www.mikeviola.comMarjorie Whitley (Snowflakes Prayers & Memories) http://www.marjoriewhitley.comClumsy (Stop The Cavalry) http://www.clumsy.infoAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.facebook.com/jaycastpodcastRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jaycastpodcast@gmail.comLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Season 2 Episode 6
Join us, amid a flurry of Lobster flavoured crisps in DJ Rules' electro-shed for more top pop chat, air guitar/air bass and air keyboards, Ken Bruce style Pop quiz questions and we even have time to play tracks from Rupie Edwards, Joanna Gruesome, Slaughter & The Dogs, μ-Ziq, Lizard, Lanterns on the Lake, Jeb Loy Nichols, Mark Pritchard, Apache Dropout, The Beach Boys, Quasimoto, Kiran Leonard, Os Mutantes and Autechre. Sponsored by Beatnik Records beatnikshop.co.uk

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26 Nov 2013 @ 01:32 am +0000 https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mediumwave Medium Wave Podcast Join us, amid a flurry of Lobster flavoured crisps in DJ Rules\' electro-shed for more top pop chat, air guitar/air bass and air keyboards, Ken Bruce style Pop quiz questions and we even have time to play tracks from Rupie Edwards, Joanna Gruesome, Slaughter & The Dogs, μ-Ziq, Lizard, Lanterns on the Lake, Jeb Loy Nichols, Mark Pritchard, Apache Dropout, The Beach Boys, Quasimoto, Kiran Leonard, Os Mutantes and Autechre. Sponsored by Beatnik Records beatnikshop.co.uk Medium Wave Podcast https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mediumwave
JCS4 October 2013

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]]> 27 Oct 2013 @ 07:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show that let the tires down on the teachers car.In this months show Jay hears a ring tone. Mr Downtrodden says fiascoes. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:Sasha Aaron (Not Today) http://www.reverbnation.com/sashaaaronJourney South (What I Love About Home) http://www.journeysouthofficial.comBobby Blue (Feel Good) http://www.ilovebobbyblue.comR Michael Rhodes (A little Bit Tighter) http://www.michaelrhodes.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.jaycast.co.ukRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jay@jaycast.co.ukLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 JCS4 September 2013

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]]> 22 Sep 2013 @ 08:00 am +0000 http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983 Jaycast The Jaycast, The show the lady loves less than Milk Tray.In this months show Jay trespasses. Mr Downtrodden opens a window. We also bring you the best in new up and coming under the radar new music from the latest Podsafe, Indie, Rock and Pop Artists.Link to the Bands Played this week:The Erotics (Hell Is Where The Heart Is) http://www.eroticrocknroll.netWhitney Lynn Smith (These Chains) http://www.myspace.com/divatunesJody Quine (Tonight) http://www.jodyquine.comTed Brown (An Unwide Road) http://www.tedbrownsongs.comAll music on the show is courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio & Ariel Publicity. Check it out: Musically: http://music.mevio.comAriel Publicity: http://www.arielpublicity.comCheck out our photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaycast/Check out our You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JaycastjayBuy our Jaycast branded crap: http://www.cafepress.com/jaycastCheck Out Our Website: http://www.jaycast.co.ukRss Feed: http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5983.xmlListen Live on Cyberears: http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983Get the latest episodes faster on Stitcher. Listen anytime anywhere. Don't have Stitcher? Download it free at http://www.stitcher.com Available for iPhone, iPad and Android.Email the show: jay@jaycast.co.ukLike Jaycast Podcast on FacebookJaycast Podcasting Just Got Better! Jaycast http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5983