Temporary Residence Limited

#236 – Petbrick, Moonbow, King Ayisoba, Qujaku, Floating Spectrum

We return this week with the welcoming noise from the debut Petbrick LP, whose album we’ve been looking forward to since their blinding EP on Closed Casket last year. Elsewhere we have forward-looking Finnish jazz, kologo power from Ghana Turkish disco edits, Somali-Canadian hiphop, Japanese psych and a whole lot more.

Tracklisting
Petbrick – Horse (Rocket Recordings, UK / Closed Casket, USA)
King Ayisoba – Batakari Africa – feat. Atongo Zimba, Wiyaala & Big Gad (Makkum Records, Netherlands)
Petter Eldh / Koma Saxo – Port Koma (We Jazz Records, Finland)
Reece Thomas – Rustling of Reefs on the Sunshine (Alocasia Garden, UK)
Arşivplak – Seker Oglan (self-release, UK)
Igor Wakhévitch – Materia-Prima (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
OBUXUM – Black Girls Flying (URBNET Records, Canada)
Floating Spectrum – The Early Green Outburst (Temporary Residence, USA)
Moonbow – BNND WDTH (West Friends, UK)
Qujaku – In Neutral (So I Buried Records, UK)

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#70 – Anna Meredith, The Comet is Coming, I Know I’m an Alien, Epirus Quartet

Weird electronic noises this week, with something very special from the complete unknown I Know I’m an Alien. We’ve got a 10-minute opener from Maserati, who played their first ever UK show last week. Also new reggae from Berlin’s iLLBiLLY HiTEC, extremely good glitchy sounds from Anna Meredith and some sublime jazz from Austin’s Epirus Quartet. Loads of more great sounds too, including drone from Belgium’s Aymeric de Tapol, cosmic jazz from The Comet is Coming, noise from Anna Von Hausswolff, folktronica reissue from Capital K, and some offcut electronic sounds from Tobacco’s band Black Moth Super Rainbow.

Tracklisting
Maserati – No Cave (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)
Black Moth Super Rainbow – The Chew (Rad Cult, USA)
I Know I’m an Alien – Being at Work = Being at School (self-release, UK)
iLLBiLLY HiTEC – Reggae Not Dead (Echo Beach, Germany)
Anna Meredith – R-Type (Moshi Moshi Records, UK)
Epirus Quartet – Never Right (Fair Weather Friends Records, Greece)
Capital K – Pillow (XL Recordings, UK)
The Comet is Coming – Do the Milky Way (The Leaf Label, UK)
Anna Von Hausswolff – Evocation (Universal Music GmbH, UK)
Aymeric de Tapol – Rayon Vert (Vlek, Belgium)

#64 – Tortoise, Meridian Brothers, The Wharves, Alien Dread

The first track in six years from post-rock pioneers Tortoise kicks off this week’s podcast. Some more new music from Colombia’s Meridian Brothers, house from Medlar, techno from Scalameriya & VSK, dub from Devon’s Alien Dread, plus a new compilation of Radiophonic music, afro-disco and art house ambience.

Tracklisting
Tortoise – Gesceap (Thrill Jockey, USA)
John Baker – The Ice Cream Man (cue 18A) (Buried Treasure Records, UK)
The Wharves – Naz (Upset the Rhythm, UK)
Meridian Brothers – Vertigo (Soundway, UK)
Medlar – Loon (Wolf Music Recordings, UK)
Scalameriya & VSK – Codex (Power Vacuum, UK)
Rob St John – Branch Line (Random Spectacular, UK)
Alien Dread – La Loi Du Milieu (hornz dub) (Iron Sound, UK)
Maserati – End of Man (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)
Jo Bisso – Give it Up (Africa Seven, UK)

#63 – Master Musicians of Bukkake, Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld, Bastien Keb, Workin’ Man Noise Unit

This week there are incredible new and forthcoming releases from the likes of Workin’ Man Noise Unit, Okzharp and Master Musicians of Bukkake. We also have new experimental music from Norway, library jazz from London as well as a live recording from Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld and great noise from Russia, and old releases from Silver Apples and Irmin Schmidt.

Tracklisting
Bastien Keb – Doodlebag (One-Handed Music, UK)
Workin’ Man Noise Unit – With Love Supreme (Riot Season, UK)
Okzharp – Dear Ribane (Hyperdub, UK)
Silver Apples – Tabouli Noodle (Whirlybird Records, USA)
My Disco – King Sound (Temporary Residence Limited, USA)
Irmin Schmidt‎ & Bruno Spoerri – The Seven Game (Spoon Records, Germany)
Jono El Grande – Bach’s Beach (Rune Grammofon, Norway)
Jars – НЕСКОНЧАЕМЫЙ КАЙФ (self-release, Russia)
Master Musicians of Bukkake – The Circle is Binding (Important Records, USA)
Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld – With The Dark Hug of Time (Live) (Constellation Records, USA)

#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)

#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)

#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)