Episodes

#30 – Ty Segall, Melt-Banana, Gold Panda, Pretty Lights

The Independent Music Podcast signs off for 2010 with a selection of tracks from the year, plus the odd alternative Christmas song and a tribute to the late, great Don Van Vliet AKA Captain Beefheart. It’s a best of the year, plus more. A truly splendid way to finish 2010. See you next year…

Tracklisting
1.Wie Ein Blitz – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
2.It’s Clichéd To Be Cynical At Christmas – Half Man Half Biscuit (Probe Plus Records, UK)
3.Suffering Season – Woods (Woodsist, USA)
4.I’ll Be Getting a Divorce for Christmas – Paul Hawkins (AFUK Records, UK)
5.King Night – SALEM (IAmSound Records, USA)
6.Electricity – Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (Buddah Records, USA)
7.Drop Out Boogie – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
8.Trouble Every Day – The Mothers Of Invention (Verve Records, USA)
9.Christmas Eve – Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci (Mantra Recordings, UK)
10.Loop Nebula – Melt-Banana (Init Records, USA)
11.The Whites of Our Eyes – Braindead Collective & Rob St. John (self-release, UK)
12.You – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
13.High School Art Class – Pretty Lights (self-release, USA)
14.Merry Christmas (feat. Wesley Willis) – Cassetteboy (Barry’s Bootlegs, UK)

#29 – Tobacco, Ritualzz, Euros Childs, Bardo Pond

Possibly too much 80s influence here, with lots of synths, and a song from Adam & Joe influenced by the 80s. Don’t worry though, there is plenty of goodness included, not least the increasingly popular sound of Gatekeeper, new brutality from Tobacco and Hyperdub’s Terror Danjah, new piano-led pop on Bella Union and a 13-minute epic from Majeure. It’s good to be back.

Tracklisting
1.TV all Greasy (feat. Anti-Pop Consortium) – Tobacco (Anticon, USA)
2.Chains – Gatekeeper (Merok Records, UK)
3.Incredible Song – Adam & Joe (Dreamboat Records, UK)
4.Misery Walk – Ritualzz (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
5.Wasp Moon Bounce – Euros Childs (National Elf Records, UK)
6.Apples & Pears (worriedaboutsatan remix) – Nedry (Monotreme Records, UK)
7.Grand Opening (feat. Dream Mclean) – Terror Danjah (Hyperdub, UK)
8.Other Islands II – Ben Butler & Mousepad (LoAF, UK)
9.Don’t Know About You – Bardo Pond (Fire Records, UK)
10.What Became of You and I – Treefight For Sunlight (Tambourhinoceros, Denmark)
11.The Dresden Codex – Majeure (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)

#28 – Pretty Lights, Y Niwl, The Bug, The Budos Band

A band free zone on this week’s podcast, even with a band called The Budos Band on it. Afro doom soul from Daptone’s finest, some Welsh language instrumental music, the latest from The Bug and a track from the latest Rough Trade Shops compilation. Mixed in with the usual blend of the weird, the wonderful and the wired.

Tracklisting
1.Pedwar – Y Niwl (Aderyn Papur Records, UK)
2.Still Night – Pretty Lights (self-release, USA)
3.Budos Dirge – The Budos Band (Daptone Records, USA)
4.Jetlag – Vondelpark (R & S Records, UK)
5.Two Labors – AU vs Masanka Sankayi (Crammed Discs, Belgium)
6.Hospice Gates – Lower Dens (Gnomonsong, USA)
7.Primitive London 1 – Basil Kirchin (Trunk Records, UK)
8.Catch A Fire feat Hitomi – The Bug (Ninja Tune, UK)
9.Human Bauble Status – Softpriest (Akoustik Anarkhy Recordings, UK)
10.The Cold World Melts – Soft Metals (Captured Tracks, USA)

#27 – Stereolab, Plug, Liz Green, Banjo or Freakout

The names are being brought out this week with new releases from Stereolab and Gruff Rhys. Elsewhere we have a long-awaited Liz Green album, discuss the greatness of the name Banjo or Freakout, mull over re-recorded versions of songs with PLUG and enjoy Fever Ray covering Nick Cave. A traditionally non-genrelising podcast from IMP.

Tracklisting
1.Supah Jaianto – Stereolab (Duophonic Records, UK)
2.105 – Banjo Or Freakout (Memphis Industries, UK)
3.Shark Ridden Waters – Gruff Rhys (Ovni, UK)
4.Stranger Than Kindness – Fever Ray (Rabid Records, Sweden)
5.You Keep the Beats – Plug (Parlour Records, UK)
6.Cut From Stone – The Magic Lantern (Hectic Eclectic Records, UK)
7.Masikulu Dub – Mark Ernestus vs. Konono No. 1 (Crammed Discs, Belgium)
8.Rhyme Or Reason – Tristram (Broken Sound Music, UK)
9.I Do Wrong – Liz Green (Humble Soul Records, UK)
10.Ek Shaneesh – Das Racist (МИШКА, USA)
11.Effigy – Baba Yaga (A Future Without Records, UK)
12.How I Learned to Keep Left (Brick Lane Version) – Encounters (Crash Avenue, USA)

#26 – Bo Ningen, Teeth of the Sea, The Bug, Dent May

Well this week’s podcast took some putting together. Both Gareth and Anthony aren’t in the usually professional mood that makes the Independent Music Podcast such an example of top quality broadcasting, but it doesn’t stop the banter – or the tunes – although that may be entirely down to Dent May, whose ability to polarise opinion comes out again. Elsewhere we make the case for guitar music, have a little more library music and some one-handed flute.

Tracklisting
1.Elephant – Ghost Eyes (self-release, UK)
2.Koroshitai Kimochi – Bo Ningen (Stolen Recordings, UK)
3.Aeolian Flute – Bird Radio (Strike Force Entertainment, UK)
4.Top Dog (The Men from the Ministry) – Ivor Slaney (De Wolfe Music, UK)
5.Theatre – Dam Mantle (Growing Records, UK)
6.Fancy – Cheapskate (self-release, UK)
7.You’re Mercury – Teeth of the Sea (Rocket Recordings, UK)
8.That feeling – Dent May (Forest Family Records, USA)
9.Poison Dart (feat. Warrior Queen) – The Bug (Ninja Tune, UK)
10.Everybody is Running Away – Blackfeet (self-release, UK)

#25 – Master Musicians of Bukkake, Acid Mothers Temple, Hounds of Hate, John Fairhurst

This week we have the phenomenal new Master Musicians of Bukkake record, a TV theme tune, the latest from podcast faves Hounds of Hate, a wonderful live recording of Grubby Mitts and a podcast jingle showcase. Lots of other fabulous tracks to be consumed too…

Tracklisting
1.Theme From The Science Fiction Telivision Show ‘Ban Bè Cua Anh Ay’ – Master Musicians of Bukkake (Conspiracy Records, Belgium)
2.Warp Lag – Acid Mothers Temple & Stearica (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
3.Accroche-Toi, Caroline – Claude Vasari (De Wolfe Music, UK)
4.Head Anthem – Hounds of Hate (Italian Beach Babes, UK)
5.Big Dig – John Fairhurst (Debt Records, UK)
6.Say you will – Ritualz (self-release, Mexico)
7.Needle In The Hay – Elliott Smith (Domino Records, UK)
8.Necro Effigy – Necro Deathmort (Distraction Records, UK)
9.Sugar – Young Prisms (Kanine Records, USA)
10.Tourist – Seams (Full Time Hobby, UK)
11.The Bank Robbery – Zombie Zombie ( Versatile Records, France)
12.Mountain and I (Live at Tate) – Grubby Mitts (self-release, UK)

#24 – Solhorn, Balam Acab, Pictureplane, Tubby Hayes

After last week’s short podcast, Gareth and Anthony find the time in a hotel in Birmingham to put together something more lengthy and obtuse than what they’ve managed in a long time. From the old and beautiful of Dizzy Reece, Tubby Hayes and Rolf Harris, through to the ‘hottest track in Birmingham right now’ of Italy’s Husband, as well as the uber-rare hustlings of Denmark’s Solhorn, stopping off to appreciate The Slits as well as much more great new independent releases, this is a carst of sublime nonsense – just the ticket for a cold October week.

Tracklisting
1.Skovpiber – Solhorn (Lille Kommune, Denmark)
2.Dust Disturbed – Tristram (Broken Sound Music, UK)
3.Real Thing – Cloud Nothings (Wichita Recordings, UK)
4.Lucky 1 – Avey Tare (Paw Tracks, USA)
5.War Canoe (excerpt) – Rolf Harris (EMI, UK)
6.See Birds – Balam Acab (Tri Angle Records, USA)
7.Ping Pong Affair – The Slits (Island Records, Jamaica)
8.Day Glowwed – Pictureplane (self-release, USA)
9.Chemicals Like You – Pagan Wanderer Lu (Brainlove Records, UK)
10.Love Song – Husband (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
11.Nowhere To Go – Dizzy Reece Quartet feat Tubby Hayes (Proper Records, UK)
12.Golden age – Youthless (One Bird Records, UK)
13.What A Wonderful World – Wyatt/Atzmon/Stephen (Domino Records, UK)

#23 – Becoming Real, Shady Bard, Mariner’s Children, Darren Hayman

Short and sweet this week, but at least Anthony’s back with a batch of records to mix it up a bit. Recorded in the noisy basement of London’s ‘The Slaughtered Lamb’, this week’s podcast brings together tropical funk, moany folk, multiple electronics and a song about bears…

Tracklisting
1.Like Me (feat. Trim) – Becoming Real (Not Even Records, UK)
2.Andrew’s Break – AlgoRythmiK (Freshly Squeezed Music, UK)
3.Walls – The Phantom Band (Chemikal Underground, UK)
4.Bears – Shady Bard (Forest Industries, UK)
5.Asylum (David Holmes Remix) – Not Squares (The Richter Collective, UK)
6.Sloths on TV – Super Adventure Club (Armellodie Records, UK)
7.It carved your name into the ground – The Mariner’s Children (Broken Sound Music, UK)
8.Dagenham Ford – Darren Hayman (Fortuna Pop!, UK)

#22 – The Budos Band, Gold Panda, Throwing Snow, Worriedaboutsatan

Gareth’s on his own again this week, so get set for a monotone trip into the eccentric world of independent music releases. From doom soul to jazz funk through witch house, chill wave and a whole host of nondescript genres, this week’s podcast, just like every week, is weird, wonderful and wholesome

Tracklisting
1.Black Venom – The Budos Band (Daptone Records, USA)
2.Snow and Taxis – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
3.Schoolgirl Hitchhikers – Pierre Raph (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
4.IxC999 – White Ring (Rocket Girl, UK)
5.Will O’ The Wisp – Lupen Crook (Beast Reality Records, UK)
6.Snow and Taxis (Throwing Snow Remix) – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
7.Candy – Frankie Rose And The Outs (Memphis Industries, UK)
8.9 Petals – Susumu Yokota (Lo Recordings, UK)
9.The Waves – Tamaryn (Mexican Summer, USA)
10.Heart Monitor – Worriedaboutsatan (Denovali Records, Germany)

#21 – Broadcast, King Midas Sound, Young Prisms, Kemialliset Ystävät

Tracklisting
1.Ásinn – Amiina (self-release, Iceland)
2.Inside Out – Broadcast and The Focus Group (Warp Records, UK)
3.Ystävälliset miekat – Kemialliset Ystävät (Fonal Records, Finland)
4.Bronzage – DD/MM/YYYY (Invada Records, UK)
5.These Daze – Young Prisms (Atelier Ciseaux, France)
6.Lost – King Midas Sound (Hyperdub, UK)
7.Moko To Y Lamban Don – Lobi Traoré (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
8.Please Don’t Take Him Back – Bearsuit (Fortuna Pop!, UK)
9.Hence:Elvis – Ice, Sea, Dead People (Lost Toys Records, UK)
10.Mind How You Go – The Advisory Circle (Ghost Box, UK)