Aditya Permana

#278 – Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids, Aditya Permana, Brigid Mae Power, Sly & the Family Drone, Denise Chaila

Without Black culture, this podcast wouldn’t exist, and neither would music as we know it. ‘Fuck the Police’ the track from Jamaican legend Daddy Freddy and Yorkshire duo Danny T & Tradesman came out just before the current protests but is particularly poignant this week.

Elsewhere, we have more timely releases from Mourning [a] BLKstar and Joy-Rides, we also have the latest from Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids, the long awaited first record from Italy’s Hvsband, skronk jazz from London’s Sly & the Family Drone, dark disco industrial cutups from Jakarta’s Aditya Permana and a lot more.

By the way, our next online live show is this Thursday (11 June). Buy tickets from Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/independent-music-podcast-live-music-for-adventurous-music-lovers-tickets-106268092726

Tracklisting
Danny T & Tradesman – Fuck the Police ft. Daddy Freddy (self-release, UK)
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids – Theme for Cecil (Strut Records, Germany)
Sly & the Family Drone – Shrieking Grief (Love Love Records, UK)
Hvsband – Dream Alone (More Letters Records, Italy)
Aditya Permana – Elastik (Dekadenz, Indonesia)
Denise Chaila – Chaila (self-release, Ireland)
Mourning [a] BLKstar – Blk Water (self-release, USA)
Joy-Rides – The Government Should Be Wary (self-release, UK)
Mystic Pulse & Parly B – Heart Clean (Moonshine Recordings, Jamaica)
Brigid Mae Power – Wedding Of A Friend (Fire Records, UK)

 

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. Hit him up for any and all audio work at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc

#239 – L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae, Sabiwa, Marcus Hamblett, Algiers, Aditya Permana

On the podcast this week we tick a lot of the boxes: whether you’re into cubist hiphop, epic black metal, Indonesian techno, or avant jazz rap we have you covered. There’s also intensely danceable sounds from the Lisbon underground, two Taiwanese ex-pats making forward-thinking sounds, gorgeous folk and lots more experimental goodness.

Tracklisting
Algiers – Can the Sub_Bass Speak? (Matador Records, UK)
Aditya Permana – Raum (Dekadenz Records, Indonesia)
Sweet Williams – Stunt Freeze (Gringo Records, UK)
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae – Dead Battery (Mello Music Group, USA)
DJ Firmeza – Intenso (Príncipe, Portugal)
Stumpf – Start (Edelfaul Recordings, Germany)
Cyanching – Shadow of a Shadow (Bezirk, UK)
Sabiwa – Enigma (Chinabot, UK)
Marcus Hamblett – Lost at Sea (feat. Kate Stables) (Willkommen Records, UK)
Sacred Son – Arachnidan Appendage (self-release, UK)

Produced and Edited by Nick McCorriston. Hit him up for any and all audio work at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc

#217 – Theon Cross, L’orgasme Masochiste, Pye Corner Audio, Black Chama, Matmos

After the mellow nature of last week’s podcast, this week we’ve dug out a bit more of the nasty. Not least some cracking synth-led sounds from Serbia, Uruguay, and Israel. We also have new ones from old favourites Pye Corner Audio and Matmos amongst tuba toting Theon Cross, Indonesian house and loads more.

Tracklisting
Stevie Whisper – The Crying Wolf (YES, Serbia)
Mark Pritchard – Come Let Us (Warp Records, UK)
Black Chama – God of Chama (Raash Records, Israel)
Matmos – Plastic Anniversary (Thrill Jockey, USA)
Somesurprises – What Makes (Crash Symbols Records, USA)
Theon Cross – The Offerings (Gearbox Records, UK)
L’orgasme Masochiste – Electrocutofilia (self-release, Uruguay)
Pye Corner Audio – Hollow Earth (Ghost Box, UK)
Artificial – Adios Amigo (Aditya Permana Deeper Version) (Talking Machine, Indonesia)
Paisel – Satellite (Rocket Recordings, UK)

Thanks to Nick McCorriston for editing this week’s show. Visit his website at nickamc.com and follow him on Twitter @nickamc