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#158 – Geneva Jacuzzi, Les Filles de Illighadad, Shopping, Gökçen Kaynatan

Nonsense talk of travel gongs, bands with slideshows, and pop up vinyl ideas pepper this week’s show, we also have a whole host of amazing new music, including from Africa from Les Filles de Illighadad and Cyril Cyril, London from Not Waving, Shopping and Reginald Omas Mamode IV, and the US from Zola Jesus and Dear.

Tracklisting
Geneva Jacuzzi – Technophelia (Medical Records, USA)
Les Filles de Illighadad – Eghass Malan (Sahel Sounds, USA)
Not Waving – Where Are We (Diagonal Records, UK)
Reginald Omas Mamode IV – Working (Five Easy Pieces, UK)
Shopping – The Hype (Fat Cat Records, UK)
Gökçen Kaynatan – Sihirbaz (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
Carla dal Forno – The Garden (Blackest Ever Black, UK)
Cyril Cyril – Colosse de Rhodes (Les Disques Bongo Joe, Switzerland)
Zola Jesus – Exhumed (Sacred Bones Records, USA)
Dear – Safe (self-release, USA)

#66 – Floating Points, Misty’s Big Adventure, Tomaga, Breakplus

Algerian disco? Turkish progressive rock? Austrians covering Syrians? This week’s podcast has all and more – with new delights from Soap&Skin, Bill Wells with Yo La Tengo, Floating Points, and Misty’s Big Adventure. Also great new electronic oddities, grown up nursery rhymes and plenty more.

Tracklisting
Tal National – Claire (FatCat Records, UK)
Breakplus – Crooked Love (Mythstery Records, UK)
Soap&Skin – Mawal Jamar (self-release, Austria)
Bill Wells – Three Blind Mice (featuring Karen Mantler and Yo La Tengo) (Karaoke Kalk, Germany)
Floating Points – Peroration Six (Luaka Bop, USA)
Krozier & the Generator – Khan-Khallili Bazaar (Fission Chips, Australia)
Tomaga – Familiar Obstacles (Hands in the Dark, France)
Misty’s Big Adventure – Nom Nom Nom (self-release, UK)
Ait Meslayene – El Fen (Stip Record, Algeria)
Horda 130 – Monkey (self-release, Portugal)

#54 – Venetian Snares, Tapes, Carbs, Nozinja

The brand new Venetian Snares record gets an airing on the Independent Music Podcast this week, but that’s not the only new track we’re playing. We’ve got an exclusive first play of the new track from Drumcunt, we also have a listen to forthcoming releases from brilliant London punk band Shopping, new Scottish hip-hop duo CARBS, and a track from American duo Ratatat’s fifth record. There’s also a track from the vinyl release of Italian funk band The Bank’s latest record and from the long-awaited vinyl release of Hackney Colliery Band’s debut record. There’s Brazilian rock from Mercenárias, Lebanese disco from Ihsan Al Munzer, shangaan electro from Warp-signing Nozinja, and one from London producer Tapes.

Tracklisting
Ratatat – Cream on Chrome (XL Recordings, UK)
Venetian Snares – Your Face When I Finally (Planet Mu, UK)
Tapes – Good Thing You Came Along (Em Records, Japan)
Ihsan Al Munzer – Jamileh (Fortuna Records, Israel)
Mercenárias – Mercenárias
Carbs – Life Drawing (Save As, UK)
Drumcunt – Teenager (self-release, UK)
The Bank – The King of Stones (Ambassador’s Reception, UK)
Nozinja – Xihukwani (Warp, UK)
Shopping – Why Wait (FatCat, UK)
Hackney Colliery Band – No Diggity (Wah Wah 45s, UK)