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#243 – Bonnacons of Doom, Ben Vince & Jacob Samuel, Satanique Samba Trio, Gut Fauna, Trupa Trupa

On the show this week we have the new collaboration between podcast favourites Charles Hayward Laura Cannell, Andre Bosman and Ex Easter Island Head. We have abstract madness from Brazil, punk from Ukraine, the latest from Poland’s Trupa Trupa and a lot more.

Tracklisting
Bonnacons of Doom – ESUS (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Satanique Samba Trio – Badtriptronics #09 (Rebel Up! Records, Belgium)
Whistling Arrow – Forking Paths (feat. Charles Hayward, Laura Cannell, Andre Bosman, Ex Easter Island Head) (God Unknown Records, UK)
Gut Fauna – Crisis Actor (Ingrown Records, USA)
Yao Bobby & Simon Grab – Diamonds (Lava Lava Records, UK)
Pletnev – Hope They Won’t Come Back (Lion’s Drums Remix) (Le Temps Perdu, Germany)
Trupa Trupa – Mangle (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Chillera – Pro Fun (Muscut, Ukraine)
Ben Vince & Jacob Samuel – Fig 3 (First Terrace Records, UK)
Diarmuid J Kennedy – The Brokenheart (self-release, Ireland)

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

#241 – Flohio, WaqWaq Kingdom, Slikback & Hyph11E, Los Pirañas, Jaimie Branch

Panamanian soul, Indonesian experimentation, Colombian acid cumbia, Kenyan industrial, Lewisham grime and a whole lot more, it’s just a standard week of the Independent Music Podcast. We’re also exploring the latest sounds from China, Australia, and France.

Tracklisting
Electric Capablanca – Karpov Counter (Kit Records, UK)
WaqWaq Kingdom – Doggy Bag (Phantom Limb, UK)
Flohio – Way2 (Alpha, UK)
Los Pirañas – Puerta del Sol (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Dead Already – White Foam (self-release, Australia)
Wahono – 3’20 (Divisi62, Indonesia)
Jaimie Branch – Prayer for Amerikkka pt 1 & 2 (International Anthem, USA)
Slikback & Hyph11E – ISHU (SVBKVLT, China)
Jeanot Lou Paysan – Eurodance (self-release, France)
Ralph Weeks & Combo Lulo – Algo Muy Profundo (Names You Can Trust, USA)

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

#231 – Girl Band, Cate le Bon, Plaid, CMPND, Mr Mitch

Sometimes we start the podcast with music to shake your body into action, other times we just assault your senses with experimental noise. This week it’s the turn of Girl Band to launch the podcast into your ears with six minutes of hefty post punk goodness. Elsewhere in the hour we have abstract Japanese music, UK hip hop, Pakistani Surti, New Zealand dancehall and the usual (and unusual) stops in between.

Tracklisting
Girl Band – Shoulderblades (Rough Trade Records, UK)
Seaketa – よい (yoi) (Chinabot, UK)
Plaid – Los (Warp, UK)
CMPND – Flight 370 (High Focus Records, UK)
Ustad Saami – God Is (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Hershel 36 – Unchartered (Lickety-Splat Music, UK)
Cate le Bon – Mother’s Mother’s Magazines (Mexican Summer, USA)
SK Simeon & Naram – Dem Wanna be my Friend (Red Robin Records, New Zealand)
Blanck Mass – House vs House (Sacred Bones Records, USA)
Mr Mitch – Not Modular (Pressure, Germany)

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

#226 – Carla Del Forno, Sunn O))), Prince Fatty, Altın Gün, Otoboke Beaver

Some absolutely blistering music this week, ranging from excitable Japanese punk from the brilliant Otoboke Beaver, to intense French black metal, stopping off via Turkish psych, Polish pop, beautiful sun-filled reggae and much more.

Tracklisting
Dolenz – Pull ft. Guilty Simpson (Exit Records, UK)
Otoboke Beaver おとぼけビ〜バ〜 – 脱・日陰の女 datsu, hikage no onna (Damnably, UK)
Ela Orleans – Planet Mars (Night School, UK)
Sunn O))) – Troubled Air (Southern Lord, USA)
Prince Fatty – Be Thankful for What You Got ft. Earl 16 (Evergreen Recordings, UK)
Carla dal Forno – So Much Better (Kallista Records, UK)
Embrace Your Punishment – Legacy (feat. Diogo Santana of Analepsy) (Vomit Your Shirt, Portugal)
Altın Gün – Süpürgesi Yoncadan (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Fischerie & Persuasion – Embar (Idioms, Canada)
JK Flesh – In Your Pit (Pressure, Germany)

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

#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)

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

#154 – John Maus, Annabel (lee), Laura Cannell, Rosine Nyiranshimiyimana

A long awaited new release from John Maus gets us going this week with a cut from his new record ahead of a career-spanning reissue release on Ribbon Music. There are plenty of newbies on the show though, including Coil/Wire/Tomaga members collaborating as UUUU, 19-year old Rwandian freestylist Rosine Nyiranshimiyimana, London jazz collective Ill Considered, and Flamingods solo project Samsara. We also have the latest from Dead Albatross Award winners Annabel (lee) and immense disco edits from Yung Bae

Tracklisting
John Maus – The Combine (Ribbon Music, USA)
moduS ponY – Looking at Chevrolets… (Strategic Tape Reserve, Germany)
UUUU – Five Gates (Editions Mego, Austria)
Rosine Nyiranshimiyimana – Umwana W’umuhanda (The Child from the Streets) (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Melanie De Biasio – Your Freedom Is The End Of Me (PIAS, UK)
Ill Considered – Building Bridges (self-release, UK)
Laura Cannell – Persuasion (Brawl Records, UK)
Annabel (lee) – Far (Young Bloods Records, USA)
Samsara – Atman (self-release, UK)
Yung Bae – Day by Day (self-release, USA)

#143 – Todd Terje, Hannah Peel, Ifriqiyya Électrique, Roll the Dice

The first three-piece podcast with the addition of producer Mike has us with a utterly astounding array of good music. Ending with the brilliant new rework from Todd Terje, we also have Ethiopian funk, Russian noise, Welsh folk, Israeli dancehall, thundering techno, Tunisian industrial music and all sorts of other goodies… get involved

Tracklisting
H. Hawkline – Means That Much (Heavenly Records, UK)
Trilion (feat. Guma Ranks) – Fuss Inna Dance (Scotch Bonnet Records, UK)
Roll the Dice – The Derailed (The New Black Records, Sweden)
Alemayehu Eshete – Alteleyeshegnem (Philophon Records, Germany)
Ozel AB – Red Wet (Lobster Theremin, UK)
СОЛЬВЫЧЕГОДСК – Лево и право (self-release, Russia)
Hannah Peel – Sunrise Through The Dusty Nebula (My Own Pleasure Records, UK)
Ifriqiyya Électrique – Arrah Arrah Abbaina (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
The Kondi Band – Titi Dem Too Service (Strut Records, UK)
Todd Terje (ft. Det Gylne Triangel) – Maskindans (Olsen Records, Norway)

#133 – Trans Am, WaqWaq Kingdom, Hector Plimmer, Vincent Ahehehinnou

So much good music this week that Gareth has tracks in reserve to cope with the fact that both of them picked the immense WaqWaq Kingdom record. Fortunately that means that we get an airing of the new one from podcast favourite Pye Corner Audio. Elsewhere there is Steve Reid Foundation beneficiary Hector Plimmer, Jesca Hoop and loads of other great music.

Tracklisting
Trans Am – Alles Verboten (Thrill Jockey, USA)
Pye Corner Audio – Do You Hear Them? (self-release, UK)
Tamikrest – Ehad Wad Nadorhan (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Hector Plimmer – Bossa B (Albert’s Favourites Records, UK)
WaqWaq Kingdom – I Would Like to Let You Go (Jahtari, Germany)
Karen Lust – Vigilax (Caoutchouc, Belgium)
Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now (Sub Pop Records, USA)
Earth Girl Helen Brown – Set the Woods on Fire (Empty Cellar Records, USA)
Jeremy Gara – The Desert (NRCSS Industry, USA)
Vincent Ahehehinnou – Best Woman (Analog Africa, Germany)

#131 – King Ayisoba, Children of Alice, Derya Yildirim, Keiichi Tanaka

Simply exquisite sounds coming out this week, kicking off with an absolute banger from Ghana’s King Ayisoba. We’ve also got jazz sounds from London, Japan, and the US alongside contemporary Turkish psych, Tunisian folk and library music. There’s loads more to get stuck into as well.

Tracklisting
King Ayisoba – Africa Needs Africa (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Derya Yildirim & Grup Şimşek – 3223 (Les Disques Bongo Joe, Switzerland / Catapulte Records, UK)
Collocutor – Disappearance (On the Corner Records, UK)
Keiichi Tanaka – Tenzin Song (Mental Groove Records, Switzerland)
Gnoomes – Tschak! (Extended 12″ Version) (Baba Yaga’s Hut, UK)
Children of Alice – Rite of the Maypole – An Unruly Procession (Warp Records, UK)
Glok – Projected Sounds (self-release, UK)
Bottle Tree – Open Secret (International Anthem, USA)
Bargou 08 – Chech el Khater (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
Aketi Ray – Mirror (Steppas Records, UK)

#21 – Broadcast, King Midas Sound, Young Prisms, Kemialliset Ystävät

Tracklisting
1.Ásinn – Amiina (self-release, Iceland)
2.Inside Out – Broadcast and The Focus Group (Warp Records, UK)
3.Ystävälliset miekat – Kemialliset Ystävät (Fonal Records, Finland)
4.Bronzage – DD/MM/YYYY (Invada Records, UK)
5.These Daze – Young Prisms (Atelier Ciseaux, France)
6.Lost – King Midas Sound (Hyperdub, UK)
7.Moko To Y Lamban Don – Lobi Traoré (Glitterbeat Records, Germany)
8.Please Don’t Take Him Back – Bearsuit (Fortuna Pop!, UK)
9.Hence:Elvis – Ice, Sea, Dead People (Lost Toys Records, UK)
10.Mind How You Go – The Advisory Circle (Ghost Box, UK)