Notown Recordings

#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)

#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)

#30 – Ty Segall, Melt-Banana, Gold Panda, Pretty Lights

The Independent Music Podcast signs off for 2010 with a selection of tracks from the year, plus the odd alternative Christmas song and a tribute to the late, great Don Van Vliet AKA Captain Beefheart. It’s a best of the year, plus more. A truly splendid way to finish 2010. See you next year…

Tracklisting
1.Wie Ein Blitz – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
2.It’s Clichéd To Be Cynical At Christmas – Half Man Half Biscuit (Probe Plus Records, UK)
3.Suffering Season – Woods (Woodsist, USA)
4.I’ll Be Getting a Divorce for Christmas – Paul Hawkins (AFUK Records, UK)
5.King Night – SALEM (IAmSound Records, USA)
6.Electricity – Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (Buddah Records, USA)
7.Drop Out Boogie – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
8.Trouble Every Day – The Mothers Of Invention (Verve Records, USA)
9.Christmas Eve – Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci (Mantra Recordings, UK)
10.Loop Nebula – Melt-Banana (Init Records, USA)
11.The Whites of Our Eyes – Braindead Collective & Rob St. John (self-release, UK)
12.You – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
13.High School Art Class – Pretty Lights (self-release, USA)
14.Merry Christmas (feat. Wesley Willis) – Cassetteboy (Barry’s Bootlegs, UK)

#22 – The Budos Band, Gold Panda, Throwing Snow, Worriedaboutsatan

Gareth’s on his own again this week, so get set for a monotone trip into the eccentric world of independent music releases. From doom soul to jazz funk through witch house, chill wave and a whole host of nondescript genres, this week’s podcast, just like every week, is weird, wonderful and wholesome

Tracklisting
1.Black Venom – The Budos Band (Daptone Records, USA)
2.Snow and Taxis – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
3.Schoolgirl Hitchhikers – Pierre Raph (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
4.IxC999 – White Ring (Rocket Girl, UK)
5.Will O’ The Wisp – Lupen Crook (Beast Reality Records, UK)
6.Snow and Taxis (Throwing Snow Remix) – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
7.Candy – Frankie Rose And The Outs (Memphis Industries, UK)
8.9 Petals – Susumu Yokota (Lo Recordings, UK)
9.The Waves – Tamaryn (Mexican Summer, USA)
10.Heart Monitor – Worriedaboutsatan (Denovali Records, Germany)

#16 – Gold Panda, Nedry, Mount Kimbie (Anthony’s no speaking mix)

There’s no proper IMP this week, so Anthony’s put together a cheeky half hour mix for you to enjoy…

Tracklisting
1.You – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
2.UNKNOWN
3.Scattered – Nedry (Monotreme Records, UK)
4.Blind Night Errand – Mount Kimbie (Hotflush Recordings, UK)
5.UNKNOWN

#4 – Holy Fuck, Wild Palms, Ólafur Arnalds, Gold Panda

Episode four – the noise strikes back! After a somewhat mellow outing last time, there’s a bit of noise in this podcast. Gareth and Anthony also battle songs of independent bands no longer with us in their new section… earplugs necessary!

Tracklisting
1.The Merkin Jerk – Javelin (Luaka Bop, USA)
2.Deep Dive – Wild Palms (One Little Indian Records, UK)
3.You – Gold Panda (Notown Recordings, UK)
4.A42 – Nedry (Monotreme Records, UK)
5.Red Lights – Holy Fuck (Young Turks, UK)
6.Sex Song – Murder Act (self-release, UK)
7.Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends – Kris Kristofferson (Light In The Attic, USA)
8.You Gonna Get It – Coachwhips (Narnack Records, USA)
9.Don’t Pay no Mind – Congregation (Bronzerat, UK)
10.Effet Kazoo – Gangpol und Mit (Out One Disc, Japan)
11.Þú ert sólin – Ólafur Arnalds (Erased Tapes Records, UK)
12.21 Seiki Dub – Devilman (Small But Hard Records, UK)