#396 – Patron favourites of 2022

Our final episode of the year sees us highlighting the tracks of the year that our patrons have loved. From Afghan folk to Japanese electro … Read more

#395 – Favourites of 2022, part two

The second of three ‘favourites of 2022’ shows is here and – after the truly global excursion on part one, there’s a lot more closer … Read more

#394 – Favourites of 2022, part one

Every year we’re astounded by the onslaught of superb music, and our favourites of 2022 really reflect the global nature of sublime experimental sounds. From … Read more

#393 – Thought Forms, T5UMUT5UMU, Dr Pete Larson, Slumberland & Sainkho Namtchylak, Bea Brennan, KONKURS

Our last regular episode of the year leaves you with some absolute crackers from all corners of the sonic spectrum. We’re delighted to open with … Read more

#392 – Rian Treanor & Ocen James, Immaterial Possession, Giant Swan, Sourdure, Sister Wives, Maxime Denuc

A rapid-fire Independent Music Podcast this week where we explore witchy folk, Polish full-throttle techno, and modern classical, adding onto that a particularly banging section … Read more

#391 – Full EFX, Big Joanie, O.B.F., JK Flesh, Macro Deathmort, Ulla

Winter is coming, and there are some ice cold tracks on this week’s Independent Music Podcast that provide a stunning soundtrack for longer Northern Hemisphere … Read more

#390 – Colin Stetson, Faten Kanaan, Sea Moss, Rigla, Moth Cock, Lila Tirando A Violeta

Even by our exacting standards, this episode of the Independent Music Podcast is out of this world. From experimental club music to DIY lofi garage … Read more

#389 – BIG|BRAVE, Jessica Moss, The Phonometrician, Asher Levitas, Tiago Sousa, Pole

An absolutely exquisite set of sounds on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, with soothing dubs, Uzbek field recordings, and J Dilla-esque vibes pervading through a … Read more

#388 – Fever Ray, Lady Lykez, Wacław Zimpel, pq, Zagušljivi Dim, Mehmet Aslan

Sitting between a rock and a hard place is a happy place to be when both sides are as ferocious as some of the music … Read more