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#80 – Samuel Kerridge, 12z, PJ Harvey, Feels

Some exceptional swearing and even better techno and everything in between on this week’s show. We’ve got Hungarian experimentations from 12z, more experimentation from Fatima Al Qadiri, garage pop music from LA’s Feels, and a nice chunk of funk and disco. We’ve got the latest from PJ Harvey and close off with something rather rude from Scottish troubadour Aidan Moffat.

Tracklisting
Mission of Burma – Secrets (Ace of Hearts, USA)
Feels – Close my Eyes (Castle Face Records, USA)
Fatima Al Qadiri – Battery (Hyperdub, UK)
12z – Names or Labels (Other People Records, USA)
Suuns – Translate (Secretly Canadian, USA)
Feather – Be Real (Eye and Eye Productions, Spain)
Samuel Kerridge – FLA1 (Downwards, UK)
Brutal Force – The Number For Groove (Hot Shit, UK)
PJ Harvey – The Wheel (Island Records, UK)
Aidan Moffat – I’m a Rover (Kiss My Beard Productions, UK)

#38 – Keepers Special

The Independent Music Podcast is back after more than a year with an epic 22-track special dedicated to Anthony’s new night – Keepers.

The concept of the night is Anthony and guest DJs spinning vinyl records they wouldn’t usually play in a club, so expect the unusual, the amusing and the ‘not disco’. Gareth, amongst others, is guesting at the launch, this Tuesday, 4 December at Alibi in London.

So here is more than 90minutes of interesting music, amazingly eclectic, from the upbeat to the misery-inducing, plus the usual inane chatter than made people dislike the podcast last time around.

Tracklisting
1.Tango – Andrzej Korzynski (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
2.Spacescape – Heatsick (self-release, Netherlands)
3.21st century planet smashas – Disrupt (Jahtari, Germany)
4.Hold Fast Dub – Lee “Scratch” Perry (Cooking Vinyl, UK)
5.Cossacks Are – Scott Walker (4AD, UK)
6.Boxe Et Violence – Daniel J. White (BBE Music, UK)
7.Handyman Song (Ted Glen) – Ken Barrie (Post Music, UK)
8.Purple Stuff – Hounds of Hate (Italian Beach Babes, UK)
9.Supership – George ‘Bad’ Benson (CTI Records, USA)
10.Racing For Titles – Luke Eargoggle (Abstract Forms, UK)
11.Pookie – D.E.A.D. (GM Sounds, UK)
12.Data Module – My Panda Shall Fly & Benjamin Jackson (Five Easy Pieces, UK)
13.U good to go – Vybz Kartel (Greensleeves Records, UK)
14.Your Cast Will Tire – Raime (Blackest Ever Black, UK)
15.Rabbit Hop – Moondog & His Honking Geese (Honest Jon’s Records, UK)
16.Water World – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
17.Wana Nene Wana Nene – Michael Zanini (Vadim Music, France)
18.11 – Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland (Hyperdub, UK)
19.Horsey Noises – Venetian Snares (Planet Mu, UK)
20.Goodbye Girl (Kuedo Remix) – King Midas Sound (Planet Mu, UK)
21.Vikram Vikram – Illaiyaraaja (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
22.Shack Up – Blackbuster (BBE Music, UK)

#35 – Burial, Soft Healer, Connan Mockasin, Matt Berry

This week’s podcast has perhaps the only online stream of the new Burial track that is the actual track rather than a radio rip, but away from the well known, we have the usual mix of obtuse, wonderful new independent releases. From an electronic track recorded before Elvis’ first number one to a side project of The Bug, to a nine minute psych-folk epic from Matt Berry, to Gareth’s favourite track of the year so far from Soft Healer, this week’s podcast is a superlative collection

Tracklisting
1.Giant Archaeopteryx – Bearsuit (Fortuna Pop!, UK)
2.Street Halo – Burial (Hyperdub, UK)
3.Wonderland – Black Chow (Jahtari, Germany)
4.Hyena – SNOWMAN (Trait Records, Australia)
5.Grande Isle – Soft Healer (Monofonus Press, USA)
6.Pet – Crewdson (Slowfoot Records, UK)
7.Robby, the Cook and 60 Gallons of Booze – Louis and Bebe Barron (Poppydisc, UK)
8.Reeling the Warmth – Kohwi (Black Tent Press, USA)
9.The Pheasant – Matt Berry (Acid Jazz, UK)
10.Solace – Halls (self-release, UK)
11.March Winds – Thomas Truax (Blang Records, UK)
12.Forever Dolphin Love – Connan Mockasin (Phantasy Sound, UK)

#34 – Husband, Gablé, Peaking Lights, Star Slinger

After a month off, the Independent Music Podcast is back with a gargantuan near two-hour, 16-track show of the best new tracks recently released. From hip-hop produced by podcast favourite Tobacco through to a track from the best album of the year so far, there’s too much here to describe, so just dive in with the very best new independent music.

Tracklisting
1.Teenage Portal – Ben Butler & Mousepad (LoAF, UK)
2.Raise it Right – Dimbleby and Capper (TAPE Records, UK)
3.Amazing and Wonderful – Peaking Lights (Not Not Fun Records, USA)
4.Space of the Halls – Rayographs (Desire Records, UK)
5.Glass Coffins – BEANS (Anticon, USA)
6.Marriage (Forest Swords 1am Redraw) – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
7.Bunch – Gablé (LoAF, UK)
8.Lightfoot – The Sandwitches (Empty Cellar Records, USA)
9.No Rest For The Wicked – A HAWK AND A HACKSAW (LM Dupli-Cation, USA)
10.Love Song – Husband (Robot Elephant, UK)
11.Money in the Bank Vs. Money in the Pocket – Skinjobs (Parlour Records, UK)
12.Easy Peasy – Ponytail (We Are Free, USA)
13.Fuller – Funkystepz (Hyperdub, UK)
14.Shackled – Drugg (Less Music, UK)
15.Punch Drunk Love – Teams vs Star Slinger (Mexican Summer, USA)
16.Parralax – Martin Galway (Robot Elephant, UK)

#32 – Disrupt & Soom T, Madlib, Broadcast, Esben & the Witch

This week’s podcast has a whole heap of goodies – kicking off with a track from Soom T’s entirely Weed influenced new record ‘Ode 2 a Carrot’, we have new bits from Hyperdub, Thailand, a dancehall record from the 40s getting a 7″ release and a track from the ever-popular Esben and the Witch. Elsewhere, Ant’s new favourite band Halls and a tribute to the late Trish Keenan of Broadcast.

Tracklisting
1.Saved By A Ganja Leaf – Soom T & Disrupt (Jahtari, Germany)
2.Dawn Lobby – Cold Pumas (Volar Records, USA)
3.Travel On – John Bellows (Moniker Records, USA)
4.Chakra Drums – Halls (self-release, UK)
5.Louder – blast your radio theme – Madlib (Madlib Invazion, USA)
6.Ex-Detective – Dark Captain Light Captain (LoAF, UK)
7.The be colony – Broadcast & the focus group (Warp Records, UK)
8.Mirrorage (Lindstrøm remix) – Glasser (Feedelity Recordings, Norway)
9.I Come From Jamaica – Chris Powell (Jukebox Jam Series, UK)
10.Hookid – Morgan Zarate (Hyperdub, UK)
11.Warpath – Esben and the Witch (Matador Records, UK)
12.Dub Fai Kue Gun – Srueng Santi (Subliminal Sounds, Sweden)
13.Paper Trumpets – Neverest Songs (Tea At Yours, UK)

#29 – Tobacco, Ritualzz, Euros Childs, Bardo Pond

Possibly too much 80s influence here, with lots of synths, and a song from Adam & Joe influenced by the 80s. Don’t worry though, there is plenty of goodness included, not least the increasingly popular sound of Gatekeeper, new brutality from Tobacco and Hyperdub’s Terror Danjah, new piano-led pop on Bella Union and a 13-minute epic from Majeure. It’s good to be back.

Tracklisting
1.TV all Greasy (feat. Anti-Pop Consortium) – Tobacco (Anticon, USA)
2.Chains – Gatekeeper (Merok Records, UK)
3.Incredible Song – Adam & Joe (Dreamboat Records, UK)
4.Misery Walk – Ritualzz (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
5.Wasp Moon Bounce – Euros Childs (National Elf Records, UK)
6.Apples & Pears (worriedaboutsatan remix) – Nedry (Monotreme Records, UK)
7.Grand Opening (feat. Dream Mclean) – Terror Danjah (Hyperdub, UK)
8.Other Islands II – Ben Butler & Mousepad (LoAF, UK)
9.Don’t Know About You – Bardo Pond (Fire Records, UK)
10.What Became of You and I – Treefight For Sunlight (Tambourhinoceros, Denmark)
11.The Dresden Codex – Majeure (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)

#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)