#424 – Ramzi, Chant Electronique, Joaquín Cornejo, JOBS, Spooky J, Anemosdesma

Kick off with Indonesian metal from Bandung, finish off with Mexican disco, it’s another new Independent Music Podcast.

Between the bookends, we’re moving through various levels of experimental electronics, including a welcome return for Croatian-French-Irish traditional avant folk group Chant Electronique. We also have stunning music from Rosie Carr, an incredible new one from Amore Muere, and a surprise turn from traditional dancefloor terrorisers Spooky Shit.

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

Anemosdesma – II (self-release, Indonesia)
Joaquín Cornejo – Más Allá Que Acá feat. Crvzloma (YUKU, Czechia)
Çhâñt élečtrónïqùe – Biograd na Moru (self-release, France)
Spooky J – Doom Whistle (Spooky Shit, UK)
Rosie Carr – Hawthorn (Toothpaste Worldwide, UK)
JOBS – Allure (Ramp Local, USA)
Amore Muere – Love Dies (Scrawl, UK)
RAMZi – Coucou Mon Ami ft. DJ Python (FATi Records, Canada)
Vvessel – To the People (self-release, Netherlands)
Roman Truth – Moon Rock (Roman Truth Edit) (self-release, Mexico)

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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