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#150 – Meridian Brothers, Circuit Des Yeux, Ty Segall, Shabazz Palaces

A stunning selection this week, kicking off with Colombia’s finest Meridian Brothers, we touch upon experimental pop of Circuit des Yeux, a fabulous collaboration between podcast favourites Hieroglyphic Being, Sarathy Korwar and Shabaka Hutchings, and the brutal punk of Lower Slaughter. We also have great new hiphop, jazz breaks, garage rock, and lost Somali tapes

Tracklisting
Meridian Brothers – Estaré Alegre, No Estaré Triste (Soundway Records, UK)
Circuit Des Yeux – Paper Bag (Drag City, USA)
Sleep Terminal – Angry Cunning Lizard Brain (The Audacious Art Experiment, UK)
Hieroglyphic Being, Sarathy Korwar & Shabaka Hutchings – The Doctrines Of Swedenborg (Techinicolour Records, UK)
Tubby Tooba – Bring the Needle Down (Dpercussion Recordings, UK)
Lower Slaughter – Bone Meal (Box Records, UK)
Aamina Camaari – Rag waa Nacab iyo Nasteexo (Men are Cruel and Kind) (Ostinato Records, USA)
Shabazz Palaces – Welcome to Quazarz (Sub Pop Records, USA)
Ty Segall – Big Man (self-release, USA)
Sothiac – ON (self-release, Italy)

#123 – Roger Robinson & Disrupt, Ty Segall, Paper Hats, Blanck Mass

Our first show of 2017 shows that not all things change with time. Ten tracks of wonderful independent music, from the Bollywood-soaked garage punk of Doctors & Engineers to the experimental electronics of Blanck Mass, stopping off for an exclusive first play from the new Roger Robinson and Disrupt record, new Ty Segall, a new Kiki Hitomi and Dead Fader collaboration and much more.

Tracklisting
Doctors & Engineers – Karle Pyar Karle (Love Imperative) (self-release, USA)
Micall Parknsun – Practice (Boot Records, UK)
Paper Hats – Tana (self-release, Belgium)
Ty Segall – Orange Color Queen (Drag City, USA)
Shogun – Vulcan
Ekambi Brilliant – Aboki (Mon Copain) (Africa Seven, UK)
NoinoNoinoNoino – Wash Me Away (Caoutchou Records, Belgium)
Idris Ackamoor and the Pyramids – Tinoge Ya Ta’a Ba Pt. 1 & 2 (Philophon, Germany)
Roger Robinson & Disrupt – Dog Heart City (Jahtari, Germany)
Blanck Mass – Please (Sacred Bones Records, USA)

#79 – Thee Oh Sees, Gnod, Tomppabeats, Golden Rules

After an electronics heavy podcast last week, you don’t get many more fantastic guitar acts than those that feature on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From new tracks from San Francisco friends Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, to Manchester’s ever magnificent Gnod and the immense sounds of Sheffield’s Blood Sport. We also have odd electronics from Basic Rhythm, techno from Route 8, Kora-gorgeousness from Stranded Horse, light-touch Finnish hip hop from Tomppabeats, heavier-touch hip hop from Golden Rules and the latest from the Sofrito Super Singles club.

Tracklisting
Thee Oh Sees – Fortress (Castle Face Records, USA)
Route 8 – The Sunrise in her Eyes (Lobster Theremin, UK)
Stranded Horse – Monde (Talitres, France)
Blood Sport – Reflective Orange (Blast First Petite, UK)
Tomppabeats – I Want to Tell You I Love You but I Can’t
Tomppabeats – You’re Cute (self-release, Finland)
Gnod – The Mirror (Rocket Recordings, UK)
Basic Rhythm – Raw Trax (Weekend Rush) (Type Records, UK)
Alma Negra – Mageko (Sofrito, UK)
Ty Segall – Squealer (Drag City, USA)
Golden Rules – The Let Down (Lex Records, UK/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)

#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)

#17 – Forest Swords, Ty Segall, Soft Healer, Gablé (Gareth’s no speaking mix)

After Anthony’s electronic led mix last week, Gareth provides one completely different. Including a number of tracks released this week – including Forest Swords and Machinefabriek – his is somewhat more eerie, but no less amazing.

Tracklisting
1.Martin’s First Letter – Wisbey (Trunk Records, UK)
2.Rattling cage – Forest Swords (No Pain In Pop, UK)
3.Movie Light – Soft Healer (Captured Tracks, USA)
4.Whyyy – Gablé (LoAF, UK)
5.On The Wall – The Dragons (Ninja Tune, UK)
6.Breakthrough – The Funkees (Soundway, UK)
7.Psykick Dancehall – The Fall (Step-Forward Records, UK)
8.Girlfriend – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
9.Hilary – Machinefabriek (self-release, Netherlands)
10.Martin’s Second Letter – Wisbey (Trunk Records, UK)

#8 – Ital Tek, Meursault, Ty Segall, Hounds of Hate

From Thai pop to heavy dub to sunshine pop, the weather is inconsequential to what the Independent Music Podcast puts out! As usual, a selection of the most interesting new independent record releases this week, featuring music you know, music you don’t and 100% fantastic tunes

Tracklisting
1.Neon Arc – Ital tek (Planet Mu, UK)
2.Dreaming – Allo, darlin’ (Fortuna Pop!, UK)
3.One Day This’ll All be Fields – Meursault (Song, By Toad, UK)
4.Water World – Sam Spence (Finders Keepers Records, UK)
5.Just Once Before – Grape Smugglers (self-release, UK)
6.Caesar – Ty Segall (Goner Records, USA)
7.I Like Triangles – Hounds of Hate (Back Yard Recordings, UK)
8.John Lawman – Roky Erickson & Okkervil River (Chemikal Underground, UK)
9.Beehive Heart – Thomas Truax (SL Records, UK)
10.Headspace – Bronze Medallists (Earmusic Records, UK)
11.Pee Lah (Heartbreak Hotel) – Sakarin Boonpit (Subliminal Sounds, Sweden)