Jeremiah Jae

#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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#194 – D Double E, Snapped Ankles, Bliss Signal, Kathryn Joseph, Deafkids

Grime veteran D Double E finally has his first LP coming out and it kicks us off in fine style. Elsewhere on the show there’s Brazilian noise from Deafkids, Mumdance’s new metal direction with Bliss Signal – his collaboration with Altar of Plagues’ James Kelly, the latest from hiphop stalwart Jeremiah Jae and more.

Tracklisting
D Double E – Back Then (Bluku Music, UK)
Deafkids – Espiral da Loucura (Neurot Recordings, USA)
Snapped Ankles – Tailpipe (The Leaf Label, UK)
Kathryn Joseph – From When I Wake the Want Is (Rock Action Records, UK)
Bliss Signal – Bliss Signal (Profound Lore Records, Canada)
Get The Blessing – If It Can It Will (Kartel Music Group, UK)
Tarawangsawelas – Tetap Terbit (Morphine Records, Germany)
Jeremiah Jae – All Me (ft Karenbe) (Hit + Run, USA)
Norvis Junior – Not Normal (New Math Records, USA)

#136 – Tomaga, Emanative, Kutiman, Raoul Vignal

Gareth is on his own this week, but it’s the usual ten tracks from across the musical spectrum. We have new ones from Tomaga, Jeremiah Jae, Kutiman, Emanative, and plenty of new house, French chanson, jazz and all sorts.

Tracklisting
Tomaga – Liberating Mania (Kaya Kaya Records, UK)
Jeremiah Jae – Pt. 6 (self-release, USA)
Kutiman – White Monkey (Siyal Music, Israel)
Raoul Vignal – Hazy Days (Talitres Records, France)
People Like Us – The Doody Waltz (Discrepant Records, UK)
Deoke – Kamby Version (Tiff’s Joints, UK)
Emanative – Ominous Shanti (Home Planet Recordings, UK)
Metropolitan Soul Museum – Erika Bazooka (Trunkfunk Records, Sweden)
Lean Left – Costal Surface (Trost Records, Austria)
Camille Bénâtre – La Fille du Nord et le Chat Orange (La Souterraine, France)

#117 – Jeremiah Jae, Austra, YlangYlang, ILL

The same ten tracks but squeezed into 50 minutes this week – for some reason there are only two tracks north of five minutes. There’s more short, abrasive sounds this time, including the solo project of Mclusky and Future of the Left man Falko under his Christian Fitness moniker, as well as American rockers Pissed Jeans, and Mancunians ILL. There are two batches of Canadian synth-pop with Austra and YlangYlang, as well as Indian nu-disco edits from Breakplus, hiphop from Jeremiah Jae, bass much from Kahn & Neek and something indescribable by Èlg Independent Music Podcast

Tracklisting
Jeremiah Jae – Black Hunt (self-release, USA)
ILL – Space Dick (self-release, UK)
Breakplus – Le Train Enflamme (Mythstery Records, UK)
Christian Fitness – Donald Got a Train (self-release, UK)
YlangYlang – Uncertain Landscapes (Crash Symbols, USA)
Èlg – Mauve Zone (Nashazphone, Egypt)
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – 100 Days, 100 Nights (Daptone Records, USA)
Pissed Jeans – The Bar Is Low (Sub Pop Records, USA)
Kahn & Neek – Damascus (Fabric, UK)
Austra – Utopia (Domino Recordings, UK)

#100 – Our 100th episode spectacular!

For our 100th episode we’ve got a double length special episode for you. Twenty tracks that allow us to reminisce on some of the great music we’ve played on the podcast in years gone by, whilst looking at some of the music exciting us today. Over 100 episodes we’ve featured 1,500 independent artists and record labels, here’s to the next 100 episodes!

Tracklisting
Starkey – OK Luv (Instrumental) (Planet Mu, UK)
Kenny Graham & his Satellites – Chant (Trunk Records, UK)
Novelist – War (self-release, UK)
Mark Ernestus’ Ndagga Rhythm Force ‎– Lamb Ji [Feat. Mbene Diatta Seck] (Ndagga Records, Germany)
Prince Jaabaal – Hailing Jah Jah (self-release, Trinidad and Tobago)
The Cold Seeds – The Perfume of Mexican Birds (Song, By Toad, UK)
Blawan – Getting Me Down (self-release, UK)
Jookabox – Don’t Go Phantom (Asthmatic Kitty Records, USA)
Sarathy Korwar – Mawra – Transcendence (Ninja Tune x Steve Reid Foundation, UK)
The Bug – Box ft. D Double E (Ninja Tune, UK)
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae – Do My Best to Carry On (Mello Music Group, USA)
Salem – King Night (IAmSound Records, USA)
U.N. – Get it On (Prelude Records, USA)
Leona Anderson – Rats in my Room (Trunk Records, UK)
Woodpecker Wooliams – Sparrow (Robot Elephant Records, UK)
Two Fingers – Fools Rhythm (Big Dada, UK)
Soft Healer – Grand Isle (Monofonus Press, USA)
Soom T & Disrupt – Saved by a Ganja Leaf (Jahtari, Germany)
Solo Banton – Ganja is Good (self-release, UK)
Melt-Banana – Loop Nebula (Init Records, USA)

2015 retrospective

Our parting gift for 2015, an edited three hour version of our 2015 retrospectives. Featuring some of the best music from independent artists and record labels this year.

Thank you for listening to the Independent Music Podcast in 2015, see you again in 2016

Tracklisting
Workin’ Man Noise Unit – With Love Supreme (Riot Season, UK)
Maffi & Peter King – Bad Memory (Jahtari, Germany)
EEK – Mouled El Ghoul (Nashazphone, Egypt)
Ramson Badbonez – Getdafucoutta Here ft. King Kashmere IV (Boot Records, UK)
Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld – With the Dark Hug of Time (Constellation Records, USA)
Dokkerman & the Turkeying Fellaz – Mango Season (Tramp Records, Germany)
Hey Colossus – Hey, Dead Eyes, Up! (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Metropolitan Soul Museum – Ruff Trk 4 (self-release, UK)
The Gaslamp Killer Experience – Apparitions (self-release, USA)
Stand High Patrol – Sleep on it (Stand High Records, France)
Onom Agemo & the Disco Jumpers – Trudy the Monster (Agogo Records, Germany)
Taman Shud – Viper Smoke (Trashmouth Records)
Miss Red – What Would You Like (self-release, Israel)
The Brother Moves On – Shiyanomayini (self-release, South Africa)
Euros Childs – Machine (National Elf Records, UK)
Teeth of the Sea – Field Punishment (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Swindle – Global Dance (ft. Flowdan and Mungo’s Hi-Fi) (Butterz, UK)
Emanative – As of Yet (Brownswood Recordings, UK)
DJ Khalab & Baba Sissoko – Kumu (Wonderwheel Recordings, USA)
Girl Band – Paul (Rough Trade Records, UK)
Susso – Bani (self-release, UK)
Commodo Gantz Kahn – Bitchcraft (Deep Medi Musik, UK)
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae – Taken by the Night (Mello Music Group, USA)
The Comet is Coming – Neon Baby (The Leaf Label, UK)
Jane Weaver – Argent (Bird Records, UK)
Ela Orleans – City of Dis (HB Recordings, UK)
Senyawa – Gaib (Morphine Records, Germany)
Shit and Shine – Goat $hit (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Roger Robinson – Dis Side Ah Town (Jahtari, Germany)
Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat – The Tangle of Us (Chemikal Underground, UK)

#74 – 2015 retrospective (best of) part three

The final part of our 2015 retrospective is somewhat slower. With stunning hushed Scottish tones, London poetry mixed with German digidub, LA hip hop, and a digital release that has a vinyl release earmarked for 2016. Thank you for all your support this year – see you in 2016!

Tracklisting
Susso – Bani (self-release, UK)
Commodo Gantz Kahn – Bitchcraft (Deep Medi Musik, UK)
L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae – Taken by the Night (Mello Music Group, USA)
The Comet is Coming – Neon Baby (The Leaf Label, UK)
Jane Weaver – Argent (Bird Records, UK)
Ela Orleans – City of Dis (HB Recordings, UK)
Senyawa – Gaib (Morphine Records, Germany)
Shit and Shine – Goat $hit (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Roger Robinson – Dis Side Ah Town (Jahtari, Germany)
Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat – The Tangle of Us (Chemikal Underground, UK)

Listen to the rest of our 2015 best of:
Part one
Part two
3hr edited version

#43 – Selvhenter, The Heliocentrics, Hirvikolari, Proxima

More new music for your ears this week. We have two unreleased tracks – one from Teeth of the Sea side project Hirvikolari and another from Eyes and No Eyes’ Tristram Bawtree – we also have new ones from the legendary noise act Lightning Bolt and a hip hop collaboration between L’Orange and Jeremiah Jae. We’ve got a reworking of a rare Yves Simon track from brilliant British duo Psychemagik alongside recent releases from dubstep producer Proxima, Danish band Selvhenter as well as London jazz band The Heliocentrics and Melvin Van Peebles. Throw into that a rare track from Osibisa and The Funkees man Jake Sollo and “the best track you’ll ever hear” from Indian prog flute maverick Ramasandiran Somusundaram and it’s a jam-packed hour.

Tracklisting
1.Golden Boy – Selvhenter (Eget Værelse, Denmark)
2.Father Time, Mother Nature – Jake Sollo (Africa Seven, UK)
3.On The Edge Of Maybe Breaking Things – Shevek (self-release, UK)
4.Blue Mist – The Heliocentrics & Melvin Van Peebles (Now Again Records, USA)
5.The Cavern – The Heliocentrics & Melvin Van Peebles (Now Again Records, USA)
6.Taken by the Night – L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae (Mello Music Group, USA)
7.Pressurized (feat. P Money) – Proxima (Tempa Recordings, UK)
8.Live at the Redchurch Brewery – Hirvikolari (self-release, UK)
9.The Metal East – Lightning Bolt (Thrill Jockey, USA)
10.Electronic Heart – Ramasandiran Somusundaram (Leng Records, UK)
11.Au Pays des Merveilles de Juliet (Psychemagik Tour de Force Remix) – Yves Simon (Leng Records, UK)