my panda shall fly

#219 – HAAi, Merlin Nova, Centrum, Bajram Bili, Jatinder Singh Durhailay & Suren Seneviratne

There are a few sound issues in this week’s show due to technical issues… sorry about that!

Another week with slow, contemplative, exquisite sounds from across the globe. It all starts with Moroccan field recordings spliced into excellent techno, we have Japanese experiments, drones about water heating appliances and a whole lot more

Tracklisting
HAAi – It’s Something We Can All Learn From (self-release, UK)
Jatinder Singh Durhailay & Suren Seneviratne – Petit Oiseau (Poetic Pastel Press, UK)
Takahiro Mukai – #212 (Cruel Nature Recordings, UK)
M. Aviz – Londres (Favela Discos, Portugal)
Merlin Nova – Boiler & I (self-release, UK)
Centrum – Stjärnor (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Bajram Bili – No Fugue (Lumière Noire, France)
Mecánica Popular – Estridentismo (Rub-a-Dub, UK)
Mattias Gustafsson – 4th movement: Allt som andades har tystnat (B.A.A.D.M., Belgium)
Roméo Poirier & Lars Haga Raavand – Kystwerk (Kit Records, UK)

#53 – Shit and Shine, Susso, Kutiman, Maserati

Loads of pre-release music for your ears this week, from the opening sounds of Shit and Shine to the final notes of the wonderful Etta James cover by New York band The Frightnrs. We also introduce new music from London bands Luminous Bodies, Hempolics and Susso, as well as new ones from Israel’s Kutiman and Beirut’s Flamingods. There’s also a physical release for Croatian band Pridjevi’s blissed-out psych through Chicago label Trouble in Mind and a 2009 track from the brilliant Maserati.

Tracklisting
Shit and Shine – Ass (Editions Mego, Austria)
Luminous Bodies – unreleased track (self-release, UK)
Kutiman – Space Cassava (self-release, Israel)
Maserati – Monoliths (Temporary Residence, USA)
The Hempolics – Love to Sing (ft. Solo Banton) (Mungo’s Hi Fi mix) (Scotch Bonnet Records, UK)
Susso – Ansumana (self-release, UK)
Pridjevi – Pjesma o drvecu (Trouble in Mind, USA)
Flamingods – Kinich Ahau (My Panda Shall Fly Version) (Lovers & Lollypops, Portugal)
The Frightnrs – I’d Rather Go Blind (Daptone, USA)

#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)

#36 – Gold Panda, High Wolf, Ty Segall, Rayographs

A burglary is to blame for the delay, and the fact Anthony’s in charge of the mix this time around. Nonetheless, a track from the new Amon Tobin record, and Record Store Day tunes from Gold Panda and Ty Segall make this another unique installment of the Independent Music Podcast. Elsewhere we have advert jingles from Barry Gray, composer of the Thunderbirds theme, and tracks off long-awaited new albums from the Explosions in the Sky, Rayographs and Three Trapped Tigers.

Tracklisting
1.Marriage (Star Slinger Remix) – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
2.Booth’s Dry Gin – Barry Gray (Trunk Records, UK)
3.Bugs – O’death (City Slang, Germany)
4.Free Your Energy Field – High Wolf (Bathetic Records, USA)
5.Cramm – Three Trapped Tigers (Blood And Biscuits, UK)
6.Lost & Found – Amon Tobin (Ninja Tune, UK)
7.Woo Glut – Sx VS Ramadanman (Resident Advisor, UK)
8.You Can Take A Heart But You Cannot Make It Beat – Hong Kong In The 60s (Proper Songs, UK)
9.Yoyo – My Panda Shall Fly (self-release, UK)
10.Le Train Fantome – Jonny Trunk (Ghost Box, UK)
11.The Mole – Chimes & Bells (Tigerspring Records, Denmark)
12.Tango Drink – Barry Gray (Trunk Records, UK)
13.Believer – John Maus (Upset the Rhythm, UK)
14.BUICK MACKANE – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
15.My Critical Mind – Rayographs (Desire Records, France)
16.Postcard from 1952 – Explosions In The Sky (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)