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#221 – Holly Herndon, Yung Bae, Jonnie Common, Terminal Cheesecake, Spill Gold

Just some of the best music around right now, kicking your week into action with some high tempo, high feeling disco from Yung Bae, then driving through a selection of psych, Tunisian dance music, stunning Scottish experimental music, UK hiphop and outrageous non-dance music out of Africa

Tracklisting
Yung Bae – Don’t Stop w/Flamingosis (My Pet Flamingo Records, UK)
Spill Gold – Dali (Meduse MagiQ, Netherlands)
Ammar 808 – Zawali Fitness Club feat Cheb Hassen Tej (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Andrew Wasylyk – Journey to Inchcape (Athens of the North, UK)
Jonnie Common – The Colour is Fugitive (Creative Scotland, UK)
Holly Herndon – Eternal (4AD, UK)
Datkid & Leaf Dog – Crud Addict (High Focus Records, UK)
Terminal Cheesecake – V.D.K. Neck (Box Records, UK)
Spooky-J – woRite (Spooky Shit, Uganda)
Budos Band – Arcane Rambler (Daptone Records, USA)

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#159 – Sea Moss, Daphni, Brokenchord, Helena Hauff

We discover some spectacular music this week, starting with Oregon duo Sea Moss, who bring what we might term industrial funk to this week’s podcast. We’re not great with genre descriptions clearly, which is just as well because our selection is from across the spectrum. We have new music from Caribou’s Daphni, Lithuanian producer Brokenchord, Helena Hauff, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Breeders and more.

Tracklisting
Sea Moss – Diurnal Enuresis (Crash Symbols, USA)
Daphni – Face to Face (Jiaolong, Canada)
Brokenchord – Ochra (Black Acre, UK)
Ghold – Ruptured Earth (Head in Sand) (Crypt of the Wizard, UK)
破地獄/Scattered Purgatory – Sand of Sumeru (Guruguru Brain, Netherlands / Japan)
Helena Hauff – Gift (Ninja Tune, UK)
Filthy Huns – Forever Beast (Not Not Fun, USA)
The Breeders – Wait in the Car (4AD, UK)
East of the Valley Blues – Lesser Sunda (Death is Not the End, UK)
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – An Intention (Western Vinyl, USA)

#106 – Susso, L’Orange & Mr. Lif, Scott Walker, Terminal Cheesecake

There’s a mix of legendary, soon to be legendary, and utterly new artists on this week’s show. The likes of Scott Walker and Terminal Cheesecake are amongst the finest ever in their particular genres, whilst artists such as L’Orange and Ex-Easter Island Head are beginning to create consistently excellent bodies of work. We’ve also got an incredibly exciting release from Susso – first promoted on a podcast back in July 2015 – that is set to be huge, whilst LA funk producer Yung Bae gives us another reason to get excited.

Tracklisting
Ex-Easter Island Head – Six Sticks (Low Point Records, UK)
L’Orange & Mr. Lif – Strange Technology (feat. Akrobatik & Gonjasufi) (Mello Music Group, USA)
Terminal Cheesecake – Song for John Pt. 1 (Box Records, UK)
Yung Bae – All Night (self-release, USA)
Susso – Ansumana (Soundway Records, UK)
Bajka – The World (Philophon Records, Germany)
Clean & Jerk – Silhouette du Barry (Inversions Records, UK)
Wallwork & Tsvi feat. Nico Lindsay – Facts (Black Acre, UK)
Julian Fairshare – Blessed Melody (self-release, UK)
Scott Walker – Finale (4AD, UK)

#87 – Fumaça Preta, Hey Colossus, Orchestra of Spheres, Tim Hecker

An exclusive first play of a new Hey Colossus track is just one highlight in this week’s podcast. There are absolute storming tracks from the ever reliable crate diggers at Finders Keepers Records and Africa Seven, we also have new tracks from the legendary alto saxophonist Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids, New Zealand jazz rockists Orchestra of Spheres, podcast favourites Fumaça Preta, Tim Hecker, and The Dwarfs of East Agouza

Tracklisting
Fumaça Preta – Decimo Andar (Soundway, UK)
The Dwarfs of East Agouza – Baka of the Future
 (Nawa Recordings, UK)
Orchestra Of Spheres – Trapdoors (Fire Records, UK)
Jay Glass Dubs – Glacial Dancehall Side B
 (Bokeh Versions, UK)
M’Bamina – Djambo (Salut a l’Afrique)
 (Africa Seven, UK)
IMARHAN – Tahabort
 (City Slang, USA)
Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera – Escape
 (Finders Keepers, UK)
Hey Colossus – All Humans are Losing Control (self-release, UK)
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids – Rhapsody in Berlin
 (Strut Records, Germany)
Tim Hecker – Black Phase (4AD, UK)

#49 – Supersonic Festival special

Supersonic festival kicks off in Birmingham, UK this Thursday. Anthony and Gareth celebrate the wonderfully diverse line-up in this week’s podcast. Opening up with a new track from 70s post-punk legends The Pop Group, we also dive into great artists performing from London to Ethiopian, stopping off with Welsh experimentation, Danish improvisation and Swedish pop along the way. www.supersonicfestival.com

Tracklisting
1.Citizen Zombie – The Pop Group (Freaks R Us, UK)
2.Wrong – Apostle
3.Russians (live from the lake in jazz house) – Liima (4AD, UK)
4.Cold – The Bug & Earth (Ninja Tune, UK)
5.Common Objects – Angharad Davies (Another Timbre, UK)
6.Hyperborea – Flamingods (Shape Records, UK)
7.Keep Some Hope – Wildbirds & Peacedrums (The Leaf Label, UK)
8.Futura Grotesk – Tomaga (Hands In The Dark, UK)
9.Gojam – Afework Nigussie
10.Cat Call – Ravioli Me Away (Upset the Rhythm, UK)

#38 – Keepers Special

The Independent Music Podcast is back after more than a year with an epic 22-track special dedicated to Anthony’s new night – Keepers.

The concept of the night is Anthony and guest DJs spinning vinyl records they wouldn’t usually play in a club, so expect the unusual, the amusing and the ‘not disco’. Gareth, amongst others, is guesting at the launch, this Tuesday, 4 December at Alibi in London.

So here is more than 90minutes of interesting music, amazingly eclectic, from the upbeat to the misery-inducing, plus the usual inane chatter than made people dislike the podcast last time around.

Tracklisting
1.Tango – Andrzej Korzynski (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
2.Spacescape – Heatsick (self-release, Netherlands)
3.21st century planet smashas – Disrupt (Jahtari, Germany)
4.Hold Fast Dub – Lee “Scratch” Perry (Cooking Vinyl, UK)
5.Cossacks Are – Scott Walker (4AD, UK)
6.Boxe Et Violence – Daniel J. White (BBE Music, UK)
7.Handyman Song (Ted Glen) – Ken Barrie (Post Music, UK)
8.Purple Stuff – Hounds of Hate (Italian Beach Babes, UK)
9.Supership – George ‘Bad’ Benson (CTI Records, USA)
10.Racing For Titles – Luke Eargoggle (Abstract Forms, UK)
11.Pookie – D.E.A.D. (GM Sounds, UK)
12.Data Module – My Panda Shall Fly & Benjamin Jackson (Five Easy Pieces, UK)
13.U good to go – Vybz Kartel (Greensleeves Records, UK)
14.Your Cast Will Tire – Raime (Blackest Ever Black, UK)
15.Rabbit Hop – Moondog & His Honking Geese (Honest Jon’s Records, UK)
16.Water World – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
17.Wana Nene Wana Nene – Michael Zanini (Vadim Music, France)
18.11 – Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland (Hyperdub, UK)
19.Horsey Noises – Venetian Snares (Planet Mu, UK)
20.Goodbye Girl (Kuedo Remix) – King Midas Sound (Planet Mu, UK)
21.Vikram Vikram – Illaiyaraaja (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
22.Shack Up – Blackbuster (BBE Music, UK)

#37 – Blawan, St Vincent, Jonnie Common, Prince Rama

Tracklisting
1.Getting Me Down – Blawan (self-release, UK)
2.Kalim-ba – Ben Butler & Mousepad (Harmönia, Finland)
3.Rest In Peace – Prince Rama (Paw Tracks, USA)
4.Inside Your Bones – The Simonsound featuring Laura J Martin (Battered Ornaments, UK)
5.Surgeon – St Vincent (4AD, UK)
6.Love Attack – Divorce (Night School Records, UK)
7.Submarines – Dark Captain Light Captain (LoAF, UK)
8.Werewolves on Wheels – Don Gere (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
9.Motive Order – Seams (Pictures Music, UK)
10.Infinitea – Jonnie Common (Red Deer Club, UK)
11.The Griffin & the Minor Cannon (Live) – Tristram (self-release, UK)
12.After All The Sea – Iròi & Banda Musicale Di San Donato Di Ninea (Bad Panda Records, UK)