Episodes

#12 – School of Seven Bells, Jean Jacques Perrey, Yusuf Azak, Mount Kimbie

Anthony’s back from the territories, and so is his input to the playlist. Whether that’s good or bad, only your fashion sense can decide. Nonetheless, there’s chatter to be had, and a huge number of great independent releases from this week.

Tracklisting
1.Troubling Vision – The Fresh & Onlys (Agitated Records, UK)
2.Babelonia – School of seven bells (Full Time Hobby, UK)
3.Melody Junction – Jim Noir (self-release, UK)
4.Froost – Jean Jacques Perrey and Cosmic Rocket
5.The Key Underground – Yusuf Azak (self-release, UK)
6.Philadelphia – Standard Fare (Melodic Records, UK)
7.Field – Mount Kimbie (Hotflush Recordings, UK)
8.I Got Electrocuted – Teej (Make Mine Records, UK)
9.Place Des Abbesses – International Peoples Gang (Hi-Phi Music, UK)
10.Cannibal Bling Bling – 10lec6 (Rock On Fiat Lux, France)
11.Flats Waltz – Flats (Sweatshop Records, UK)
12.Out of Range – Guess What (Catapulte Records, UK)
13.Perde Kaldirma – Master Musicians of Bukkake (Important Records, USA)
14.Digital Hardcore – Atari Teenage Riot (Digital Hardcore Recordings, UK)

#11 – The Advisory Circle, Wolf Parade, Alien Radio, Thee Oh Sees

Gareth’s on his own this week, which is pretty coincidental given that there’s a resurgence of library music getting a release this week. It’s less fashionable than usual but more interesting, with music ranging from South African electro to dubstep to a first play from the new Dent May album. Weird and wonderful personified

Tracklisting
1.Khulumani – Nkata Mawewe (Honest Jon’s Records, UK)
2.Cloud Shadow on the Mountain – Wolf Parade (Sub Pop Records, USA)
3.Gedanke und Ahnung – Alien Radio ((K-RAA-K)³, Belgium)
4.New Dimensions in – The Advisory Circle (Ghost Box, UK)
5.Xmas song – One Happy Island (Odd Box Records, UK)
6.That Feeling – Dent May (Forest Family Records, USA)
7.Hello Money – Ecstatic Sunshine
8.Eyez – Digital Mystikz (DMZ, UK)
9.Portals and Parallels – Belbury Poly & Moon Wiring Club (Ghost Box, UK)
10.As a Vegan I was so Tired (:kinema: remix) – Shock Defeat (Silverdoor Records, UK)
11.Artifice – Shit Browne (Asphalt Duchess, France)
12.Warm Slime – Thee Oh Sees (In The Red Recordings, USA)

#10 – Tobacco, Euros Childs, Left With Pictures, Becoming Real

Forget the football, it’s Independent Music Podcast time! Gareth’s happy because Castleford Tigers won, Anthony has no idea what the sport they play is. There’s a celebration of the Storm the Charts event happening this week, and a lot of new releases from fantastic independent artists.

Tracklisting
1.Constellation Dirtbike Head – Tobacco (Anticon, USA)
2.Rhizomes – Effi Briest (Blast First Petite, UK)
3.Bombastic Mind – Mental Health (self-release, UK)
4.Jen’s Clock – Becoming Real (Ramp Recordings, UK
5.Teleparp – Jem Stone (Freshly Squeezed Music, UK)
6.How Do You Do – Euros Childs (National Elf Records, UK)
7.Things We Left Behind – Fuzzy Lights (Little Red Rabbit Records, UK)
8.Unsound Skin – Toob (Process Recordings, UK)
9.Who Killed Rob? – Foxes! (CatCutter Records, UK)
10.River Avon – Left With Pictures (Organ Grinder Records, UK)
11.Heaven – The Brute Chorus (TAPE Records, UK)
12.Ret Marut Handshake – Anbb (Raster-Noton, Germany)

#9 – Caitlin Rose, Factory Floor, Battles, Islet

After last week’s break, this is an extra long Independent Music Podcast. Celebrating all the new independent releases of this week as well as the life of avant-garde jazz genius Basil Kirchin.

Tracklisting
1.Heat – Telepathe (Fader Label, USA)
2.Memphis Shakedown – The Memphis Jug Band (Mississippi Records, USA)
3.New York – Caitlin Rose (Names Records, UK)
4.Bye Bye 1941 – Basil Kirchin (Trunk Records, UK)
5.Aveline – Richard James (Gwymon, UK)
6.Wooden Box (Stephen Morris Mix) – Factory Floor (Blast First Petite, UK)
7.No-One Sings Songs for Guilty Men – Black Carrot (Tin Angel Records, UK)
8.The Line – Battles (Warp Records, UK)
9.Jasmine – Islet (Shape Records, UK)
10.Summer Daze – Blue On Blue (self-release, UK)
11.Ha! Moose and Pidida – Forofo (self-release, UK)
12.For the Rabbits – Caitlin Rose (Names Records, UK)
13.Naked Little Girl – People Like Us & Wobbly (Illegal Art, USA)

#8 – Ital Tek, Meursault, Ty Segall, Hounds of Hate

From Thai pop to heavy dub to sunshine pop, the weather is inconsequential to what the Independent Music Podcast puts out! As usual, a selection of the most interesting new independent record releases this week, featuring music you know, music you don’t and 100% fantastic tunes

Tracklisting
1.Neon Arc – Ital tek (Planet Mu, UK)
2.Dreaming – Allo, darlin’ (Fortuna Pop!, UK)
3.One Day This’ll All be Fields – Meursault (Song, By Toad, UK)
4.Water World – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
5.Just Once Before – Grape Smugglers (self-release, UK)
6.Caesar – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
7.I Like Triangles – Hounds of Hate (Back Yard Recordings, UK)
8.John Lawman – Roky Erickson & Okkervil River (Chemikal Underground, UK)
9.Beehive Heart – Thomas Truax (SL Records, UK)
10.Headspace – Bronze Medallists (Earmusic Records, UK)
11.Pee Lah (Heartbreak Hotel) – Sakarin Boonpit (Subliminal Sounds, Sweden)

#7 – Faust, Zola Jesus, Antarctica Takes It!, Connan Mockasin

It’s a bank holiday, but that doesn’t stop the Independent Music Podcast – inane chatter about chocolate records, Canadian slave labour camps and the acting career of Stan Collymore mixed with the latest and greatest new independent releases – and the usual two bands no longer with us.

Tracklisting
1.C&F – Antarctica Takes It! (How Does It Feel To Be Loved?, UK)
2.Trust Me – Zola Jesus (Souterrain Transmissions, Germany)
3.One Day – Kings Go Forth (Luaka Bop, USA)
4.Frontier Psychiatrist – The Avalanches (XL Recordings, UK)
5.Why Isn’t Paul McCartney Dead Already? – Untitled Musical Project (Tigertrap Records, UK)
6.Lucia, At The Precipice – Esben & The Witch (Too Pure Records, UK)
7.It’s Choade My Dear – Connan Mockasin (Phantasy Sound, UK)
8.Slow motion – Husband (self-release, Italy)
9.X Ray – Faust (Klangbad, Germany)
10.Two Tongues – Mariee Sioux (Grass Roots Record Co., USA)
11.We Work in Bars – The Chap (LoAF, UK)
12.Found Love in a Graveyard – Veronica Falls (Trouble Records, UK)

#6 – Archie Bronson Outfit, Thee Oh Sees, Flying Lotus, Wildbirds & Peacedrums

Gareth breaks a hand, Anthony plays computer games. There are multiple reasons why this IMP is late and short – but rest assured, the music is as amazing as ever…

Tracklisting
1.Shark’s Tooth – Archie Bronson Outfit (Domino Recording Co., UK)
2.Castiatic Tackle – Thee Oh Sees (In The Red Recordings, USA)
3.Pumpkin – Male Bonding (Sub Pop Records, USA)
4.We Were Here – Clogs (Brassland Records, USA)
5.Bleed Like There Was no Other Flood – Wildbirds & Peacedrums (The Leaf Label, UK)
6.By Purpose Not by Plan – Ninja High School (Tomlab, Germany)
7.Disorder – Joy Division (Factory Records, UK)
8.Foot Follows Foot – We Are The World (Manimal Vinyl Records, USA)
9.La Madrague – The Fair Ohs (Honey High Records, UK)
10.Pickled – Flying Lotus (Warp Records, UK)

#5 – Omar Souleyman, Thee Single Spy, Konono No.1, Lanterns on the Lake

Another week, another INDEPENDENT MUSIC PODCAST! From getting a Syrian rave on to wherever else the greatest independent music releases of the week take you, this week’s podcast has to usual nonsense and great music

Tracklisting
1.Hafer Gabrak Bidi (I Will Dig Your Grave With My Hands) – Omar Souleyman (Sublime Frequencies, USA)
2.Inan I – Stearica vs Acid Mothers Temple (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
3.Sashimi – Tunng (Full Time Hobby, UK)
4.Party Trip Volume Adjusted – Cold Pumas (self-release, UK)
5.Second Guessing – Eddy Current Suppression Ring (Melodic Records, UK)
6.The Sad Witch (Live) – Hefner (Belka Records, UK)
7.Sick History – Beestung Lips (Capsule, UK)
8.Lungs Quicken – Lanterns on the Lake (self-release, UK)
9.Guiyome / Konono Wa Wa Wa – Konono No.1 (Crammed Discs, Belgium)
10.Ok Corral – Thee Single Spy (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
11.Hold Out – Washed Out (Mexican Summer, USA)

#4 – Holy Fuck, Wild Palms, Ólafur Arnalds, Gold Panda

Episode four – the noise strikes back! After a somewhat mellow outing last time, there’s a bit of noise in this podcast. Gareth and Anthony also battle songs of independent bands no longer with us in their new section… earplugs necessary!

Tracklisting
1.The Merkin Jerk – Javelin (Luaka Bop, USA)
2.Deep Dive – Wild Palms (One Little Indian Records, UK)
3.You – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
4.A42 – Nedry (Monotreme Records, UK)
5.Red Lights – Holy Fuck (Young Turks, UK)
6.Sex Song – Murder Act (self-release, UK)
7.Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends – Kris Kristofferson (Light In The Attic, USA)
8.You Gonna Get It – Coachwhips (Narnack Records, USA)
9.Don’t Pay no Mind – Congregation (Bronzerat, UK)
10.Effet Kazoo – Gangpol und Mit (Out One Disc, Japan)
11.Þú ert sólin – Ólafur Arnalds (Erased Tapes Records, UK)
12.21 Seiki Dub – Devilman (Small But Hard Records, UK)

#3 – Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Faust, Funki Pocini, Eagleowl

The third Independent Music Podcast starts off a little more mellow than the first two, with soul, folk and ambient tracks opening the longest one yet.

There’s still plenty to hurt your ears though, with the usual mix of electronics, noise, rock, pop and all the rest from another interesting batch of independent releases

Tracklisting
1.I learned the hard way – Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings (Daptone Records, USA)
2.Animal tracks – Mountain Man (Bella Union, UK)
3.Morpheus – Eagleowl (Kilter Records, UK)
4.Feed the Greed – Faust (Klangbad, Germany)
5.There’s Someone at the Window – Misty’s Big Adventure (self-release, UK)
6.Banish Negative Thoughts – Pagan Wanderer Lu (Brainlove Records, UK)
7.Flight of the Solstice Queens – Blue Sausage Infant (Zeromoon, USA)
8.Revenge of the Extra from Zulu – Matthew Sawyer & the Ghosts (Fire Records, UK)
9.Youth Tunes – Little Girls (Captured Tracks, USA)
10.Untitled – Laish (self-release, UK)
11.Dumb Head – The Dumbettes (self-release, UK)
12.Those Days, Those Nights – The Notes (Holiday Records, USA)
13.The Magic Hands of Fernando del Rey – Funki Porcini (Ninja Tune, UK)
14.Vapourise – Chrome Hoof (Southern Records, UK)