It’s been a funny old week â€“ I’ve been busy collecting more music for the show (huge thanks to everyone who’s dropped me a line so far singing the praises of bands they think would be great to play on the podcast) as well as doing some collaborative work with other podcasts. You’ll have seen from a previous entry in the shownotes that I guested on GD’s BiteSize Bonus, but in addition to that I’ve recorded a 15-minute ‘dj slot’ for an upcoming episode of podcast.dj. I really have been busy and quite immersed in the music, almost to the exclusion of all else. Podcasting can be addictive, folks â€“ you end up craving the hit of sucessfully putting tracks together to create a great vibe. This is the result of another ‘fix’ !
Zack Weber – In Your Head
â€œTalented, charismatic and inspired, Zack Weber is a budding singer/songwriter with unstoppable drive and positive focus. Flourishing in his home state of Missouri, he is St. Charles’ best kept secret.â€ says the bio. He’s also much better looking and far more musically talented than me ! Get his album ‘Daydreams and Day Jobs’ here.
Zack Weber’s MySpace
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Head In The Shed – Have We All Gone Insane ?
Much more dancefloor-ish than anything I’d normally like or play, this track by Swansea’s electro-rockers reminded me so much of something from the ‘Trainspotting’ soundtrack that I really enjoyed it. Great punk growlings and snarlings in there too ! Matty thought my tastes were eclectic enough to like it and he was right !
Head In The Shed’s MySpace
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The Alice Rose – All Over Your Body
From Austin in Texas, the band describe themselves as having Beatle-esque songwriting and melodies matched with a lyrical style drawing from Bob Dylan and Syd Barrett, though this track sounds very like Difford & Tilbrook of Squeeze were a huge influence. If you like this, then their debut album, “Phonographic Memory”, is available to buy now.
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