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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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#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)

#19 – Esben & the Witch, Emeralds, Glasser, Ducktails

As the summer limps to a wet close (and wet clothes for those still braving festivals), the Independent Music Podcast continues to warm the cockles. This week we bring back Independent Band RIP – the feature where we play a track from an artist no longer with us. With RL Burnside having died five years ago this week, it’s only right we highlight his genius. Elsewhere, it’s another wildly different week – garage to ambient to weird noises – it’s just another IMP.

Tracklisting
1.Fast Motion – Becoming Real (Ramp Recordings, UK)
2.Weak Patterns – The Dictaphone (Kill Shaman Records, USA)
3.Tremel – Glasser (Young Turks, UK)
4.Mirror Image – Ducktails (Domino Recording Co., UK)
5.Going Down South – R.L. Burnside
6.On The Wall – The Dragons (Ninja Tune, UK)
7.Matthew and Toby – Rocketnumbernine (Text Records, UK)
8.Thank You – The Super Vacations (SHDWPLY Records, USA)
9.Marching Song – Esben & the Witch (Matador Records, UK)
10.Oh The Manatee – Gallops (Holy Roar Records, UK)
11.Double Helix – Emeralds (Editions Mego, Austria)