#419 – Forest Swords, Vanishing Twin, Derya Yildirim & Graham Mushnik, Ethan P. Flynn, E.M.M.A., Flesh & The Dream

Starting with an opus is a wonderful way to return after a week off, and the new collaboration between Shackleton and Heather Leigh is a fantastic bolt out of the blue that shifts through the genres in the same way the whole podcast tends to do.

Elsewhere, we’re raising money for the cancer treatment for artist Glenda Torrado (PayPal donations: octupopo@gmail.com), celebrating the surprising return of Small But Hard records, and have long-awaited new music from Forest Swords and E.M.M.A.

With new Vanishing Twin, hardcore satanic boogie, and experimental pop music amongst others, this is a cracking pod to celebrate the breadth of superb music being made today.

You can listen to the first six tracks for free. To listen to the full episode, get a huge back catalogue of music, and access to our live shows and Discord group, please join our Patreonpatreon.com/independentmusicpodcast. The podcast only survives with Patron support

Flesh & The Dream – Book of Daniel Part 3 (The Image of Gold and the Blazing) (Everything Forever, Germany)
Vanishing Twin – Afternoon X (Fire Records, UK)
Derya Yildirim & Graham Mushnik – Tren Galir (Meridian Brothers, Colombia)
Ethnique Punch and Dj Scotch Egg – Ekinoks (Small But Hard, Germany)
Nephalem – Dickspit! (self-release, Australia)
Rachael Lavelle – Let Me Unlock Your True Potential (self-release, Ireland)
E.M.M.A. – Soda Lime (self-release, UK)
Ethan P. Flynn – Abandon All Hope (Young, USA)
Forest Swords – Butterfly Effect (Ninja Tune, UK)
Kinn – Dogtooth (First Light Records, UK)

This week’s episode is sponsored by the state51 Conspiracy, an independent music house. Go to state51.com to find out more about everything they do: state51 Factory sessions and events; hand-made Atelier products; a diverse roster of Label releases; Greedbag stores, pop-up and fanzine, and the Collective of distribution partner labels and artists

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.

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