David Thomas Broughton

#251 – Katie Gately, Andres, Eddy Current Suppression Ring, The Flying Luttenbachers, Baston – 25 November 2019

Our second to last podcast before we delve into our review of 2019 shows that the year’s slew of quality new music isn’t slowing down just yet. Just breathe in the sheer immensity of that Flying Luttenbachers track, or the long-awaited new material from Detroit’s Andres. We’re also increasingly looking forward to 2020, with the first taste of Katie Gately’s record on Houndstooth whetting the appetite. Elsewhere there’s Korean and Iranian experimentation, Gameboy chiptune, French new wave and a whole lot more.

Tracklisting
Dame Area – Zaman çabuk geçiyor (Kess Kill, Sweden)
Baston – Primates (Howlin’ Banana Records, France)
Katie Gately – Bracer (Houndstooth Records, UK)
Andres – What’s UR Name Again (Mahogani Music, USA)
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Our Quiet Whisper (Castle Face Records, USA)
Tehransmission – Leaving the Planet (Unexplained Sounds Group, Italy)
David Thomas Broughton & ITTA – Trembling Flower Extract 1 (Bloxham Tapes, UK)
Robot Riddims – Perfect Score (self-release, UK)
The Flying Luttenbachers – Praalude (ugEXPLODE Records, USA)
Miquela – I A De Sers (Finders Keepers Records, UK)

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#42 – Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld, Mutamassik, Ata Kak, Bernard Fevre

Lots of rare, innovative and new music in the hour this week. We have new releases from Egyptian/Italian/New York producer Mutamassik, Bardo Pond, Colin Stetson and Arcade Fire’s Sarah Neufeld. There are new reissues from Parisian electro pioneer Bernard Fevre and a previously extremely rare Ghanian record from Ata Kak. Throw in a spectacular piece from Sun Ra and John Coltrane collaborator Pharaoh Sanders, a live recording from the inimitable David Thomas Broughton and a rare slice of explicit 80s disco and you have another hour’s genre mash-up of the highest quality.

Tracklisting
1.When the Shit Hits the fan – Master Boogie’s Song and Dance (West End Records, USA)
2.The Rest of Us – Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld (Constellation Records, USA)
3.Long Beards – Mutamassik (Discrepant, UK)
4.Drifting Snow – David Thomas Broughton (self-release, UK)
5.Prince of Peace – Pharaoh Sanders (Jazzman Records, UK)
6.Daa Nyinaa – Ata Kak (Awesome Tapes from Africa, USA)
7.Weekee Way – Bernard Fevre (Lo Recordings, UK)
8.Music is the Healing Force of the Universe – Bardo Pond (Fire Records, UK)

#2 – The Fall, The Cold Seeds, Poirer, David Thomas Broughton

The second episode of the Independent Music Podcast has been recorded live – and it shows – as Gareth and Anthony learn of and hunt down a new release during the show.

Again, a genre skipping range of new independent releases, including one classic band coming back with a new record. Anthony has a bag of great works in progress too…

Tracklisting
1.O.F.Y.C. Showcase – The Fall (Domino Recording Co., UK)
2.Clips – Elite Barbarian (Front And Follow, UK)
3.Pick Up Sticks – Super Adventure Club (Armellodie Records, UK)
4.The Perfume of Mexican Birds – The Cold Seeds (Song, By Toad, UK)
5.No Name – Tula (Static Caravan, UK)
6.Cadets / Fame – Trash Kit (Upset the Rhythm, UK)
7.Follow (Whirlwind Heat remix) – Electricity In Our Homes (Parlour Records, UK)
8.90’s Backyard – Poirier (Ninja Tune, UK)
9.Zebra Crossing – Fiction (Offset Recordings, UK)
10.12,000 Sentinels – Benjamin Shaw (Audio Antihero, UK)
11.Perfect Louse – David Thomas Broughton (Brainlove Records, UK)