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#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)

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#130 – Raw Power Festival 2017 special

It’s almost time for Raw Power Festival – the London festival weekend celebrating the best psych heaviness, space rock, synth craziness, and leftfield electronica. There are lots of podcast favourites this year, and we spend an hour highlighting some of the artists we’re most looking forward to, including Faust, Bruxa Maria, Afrirampo, KXP and more. The weekend is 26-29 May and you can buy tickets from https://babayaga.ticketabc.com/promoter/babayaga

Tracklisting
Za! – Baddulake (The Audacious Art Experiment, UK)
Faust – The Lurcher (ReR Megacorp, UK)
Bruxa Maria – My Sweetheart Miguel (Extreme Ultimate Recordings, UK)
Cattle – Tanking the Piss (Hominid Sounds, UK)
Paddy Steer – The Blob (Red Deer Club, UK)
Afrirampo – DoDoDoDo (Very Friendly Records, Japan)
Bilge Pump – Thank You Very Much (Gringo Records, UK)
Albert Newton – Live at Screensaver (self-release, UK)
K-X-P – Elephant Man (Smalltown Supersound, Norway)
Giant Swan – Bring Back Fives (Howling Owl Records, UK)

#118 – Hey Colossus, Delia Derbyshire, The Wharves, Silkie

This week Gareth is playing records that are for sale via new IMP-affiliated record store RIYL. It’s an hour in familiar territory for podcast regulars, moving seamlessly between heavy riffage rock, through techno, Finnish jazz edits, library music, Gqom and German Christian funk, with new releases from Surgeon, Silkie, The Wharves, and Delia Derbyshire amongst others. RIYL.co.uk

Tracklisting
Hey Colossus – Hot Grave (MIE Music, UK)
Kari Komppa – 458 R.T. (DJ Sotofett Edit) (Jazzpuu Recordings, Finland)
Silkie – It Wasn’t You (Deep Medi Musik, UK)
Peter Janssens – Eingangslied (Die Rocker) (Tramp Records, Germany)
The Wharves – Sweet Merry Time (Gringo Records, UK)
Delia Derbyshire – Circle of Light OST Side One (Trunk Records, UK)
Surgeon – Bland Ambition Pt.1 (Dynamic Tensions Recordings, UK)
Grandmaster Gareth – The Bigger the Bassline / The Bigger the Waistline (GM Sounds, UK)
Okzharp & Manthe Ribane – Maybe This (Hyperdub, UK)
Oribata – Batuki (Tiff’s Joints, UK)

#46 – Raw Power Festival Special

Raw Power Festival is between 22-24 May at The Dome in London. Anthony organises it so this week he and Gareth are playing some of the artists they are looking forward to seeing. It’s very heavy, mixed with the usual weird and wonderful sounds familiar to the Independent Music Podcast. There are a couple of previous podcast favourites making a return, including Gnod, The Wharves and Fumaca Preta, alongside new bands Sex Swing and Satteliti and more established artists including Hey Colossus and Esben & the Witch

Tracklisting
1.Drunken Maria – Ye Nuns (Tuff Enuff Records, UK)
2.Deep Mountain – Sloath (Riot Season Records, UK)
3.Vegetable – Acid Baby Jesus (Slovenly Recordings, USA)
4.Young Wolf – Satelliti (Cuckundoo Records, UK)
5.Pupilas Dilatadas – Fumaça Preta (Soundway, UK)
6.Lucia, At The Precipice – Esben & the Witch (Too Pure Records, UK)
7.Hey, Dead Eye, Up! – Hey Colossus (Rocket Recordings, UK)
8.The Grip – The Wharves (Gringo Records, UK)
9.Man on the Wire – Gnod (Rocket Recordings, UK)
10.Night Time Worker – Sex Swing (God Unknown Records, UK)

#39 – Mumdance, The Wharves, Damaged Bug, Gnod

A fascinating week of releases to bring the podcast back after a three year break, we’re opening with an astounding track from the new Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat LP and over the hour take in lost afrobeat, unreleased 60s soul, cellphone African rap and the new one from Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer. Music from across the globe and across genres, it’s a mind-blowing selection of tracks.

Tracklisting
1.Lock up your Lambs – Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat (Chemikal Underground, UK)
2.Topix – Unik Ubik (Love Mazout, Belgium)
3.The Mirror – Damaged Bug (Castle Face Records, USA)
4.Yere Yira – Papito ft Iba One (Sahel Sounds, USA)
5.Osaka Ranti – Orlando Julius and the Afro Sounders (Voodoo Funk, USA)
6.Oh love is teasing – Jean Ritchie
7.Take Time ft Novelist – Mumdance (Rinse, UK)
8.The World is Good – Gnod (God Unknown Records, UK)
9.Take me to your leader – The Sharpees (Secret Stash Records, USA)
10.Faultline – The Wharves (Gringo Records, UK)