In this weeks podcast I played Mike Rofe, Pseudo, Paul Liddel (who I DID play last month on the first fifteen), Steve Moyes with a track he wrote and performed especially for this podcast, Watch With Mothers reviewed Matthew Neel, Menn Arsins and Tim Farrell. I also played a hidden track from my new album Don’t Make Me Wait.
Apoc hated last Fm, I chatted to the great Xan Phillips and I played the complete track from last weeks winner of the First Fifteen Liz Longley.
Feel free to make a comment, post links or throw stones.
As last weeks First Fifteen was a bit of a washout I decided not to play any of them and played the wonderful Sin and Shame by Birminghams own Carvalho instead.
As I mentioned, I don’t get paid for doing this podcast, I do it because I have a passion for independent music.
If you want to help support me buy some of mine or at least grab some for free!
If you like the music you hear from the other artists WHY NOT BUY THEIRS TOO?
This does contain swears, I forgot to tick the “explicit” box and now I can’t find it!
A bit later than usual due to the fact that I have been stuck to my mac for most of the week and didn’t get started until late.
Watch With Mothers Swineshead and Napoleon reviewed songs by Ruby on the Vine, Crimson Face and Fleeting silence.
Matt Stevens was missing in action leavinmg me to do a mini rant on how musicians who don’t think they’r egood enough and that everyone is better than The Sugar Babes!
I announced, prematurely, that Kevy Nova had won the First Fifteen when in actual fact Tracy Shaun had won due to a late surge. To make amends, I will play Tracy’s track in full next week.
Camp Out , Simpli Laura and Kenny Sommers are battling it out for this weeks. Vote for your fave on the right.
This week I bought you (in no particular order) Menn Arsens, Amaya Huntley, Kidd Russell, Tom Bishel, Jouis and ME!
A very funny new song review feature with Swineshead and Napoleon from Watch With Mothers (click their button on the right) a hastily edited chat with Matt Stevens about the delights of Soundcloud and Dropbox and an invitation for you to come up with a decent First Fifteen jungle the winner this week (or is it last week?) being the great Matt Taylor whose track “Fat Tuesdays Blue” I played in full at the end of the cast.
A little later than planned due to technical reasons, no really!