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The BPM-paced running music podcast that's meant for working out to the exact beat of great indie tunes and instrumentals.
 
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The Roadhouse
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The finest blues you've never heard.
 
Supporting the Liverpool acoustic music scene
 
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Dave's Lounge
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Welcome to the Dave's Lounge archives
 
Join Justin Wayne and his colleagues every Monday at 8pm GMT (3pm EST) as they uncover the underground and independent music scene, showcasing independent punk, rock, hip hop, pop, and acoustic. Joined by voice and musical talent spanning the globe, it’s a fresh, new indie music show each week. Check out the site for complete playlists, artists’ links, reviews, columns, news and more! http://thejustinwayneshow.com. Always podcasting and now streaming live. The Justin Wayne Show: Music’s Inde ...
 
The official weekly showcase of the Association of Music Podcasting
 
An indie music podcast. Made in Edinburgh in Scotland, but with podsafe music from all over the world. Will our host make it through to the end without making any mistakes? It's unlikely, but the only way to find out is to listen.
 
Indie Music. New Media. Music Biz. Nick Tann
 
Bringing the eclectic straight to your ears
 
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If you ever wanted to test the tagline of the show, this is the hour. Watermelon Slim, Ryan McGarvey, Whitehorse, Gaye Adegbalola, and Mama's Juke Joint are among the artists. And, with eight artist debuts - the most of any edition - it's definitely another hour of the finest blues you've never heard, the 724th Roadhouse.…
 
Music from the artists and Jamendo. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. Robin & Bob – Some Will Billy Boguard – Chronos Circles – Dreaming Of Tangerines Dr Groove Gang – Sweet Soul Musik Omonoko – Animals Oussama Belhcen –…By Matt Brier.
 
In this hour of The Roadhouse, I've got a good mix of old and new, some Roadhouse debuts and a set to mark an interesting anniversary that you might not be aware of. Vin Mott, Chris O'Leary Band, Kansas City Joe & Memphis Minnie, Ina Forsman, Deanna Bogart help fill the hour. I think it's a great hour of blues and certainly another hour of the ...…
 
Frankly, it’s a bloody shambles of a show but on the good side I did do some research and the music is outstanding with tracks from Dallas Dwight – L.A, Maybe – Peace of Mind, Roskow ft Rob Jones – Van Gogh, Curious Hour – Explore, IhateZacky – Scribble Dome, The Travis Waltons – Sedatives and Alcohol, Dan O’Farrell and the difference Engine – ...…
 
Music from Jamendo and The FuMP. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. The Moose – Far Away LE-FLY – In the Nite Caroline – Forbidden World(Andy S Remix) Rag and Bones – Paralyzed The Moon Theory – My Existance Library…By Matt Brier.
 
In the next edition of The Roadhouse, we finish out the review of 2018 blues releases. Anthony Geraci & The Boston Blues All-Stars, Bob Corritore, Danielle Nicole, Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa, and The James Hunter Six step out front while ten other great artists help us look back. It's another hour of great blues from 2018 - the 722nd Roadhouse.…
 
The 160th episode of the JTIP features 13 outstanding indie artists and 14 highly motivating tracks for another great run-to-the-beat workout. The BPM range is from a jogging pace of 144 to a fast run at 180. If any tracks are too fast for you, please change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Mel Harker COAX Jupite ...…
 
Music from Jamendo. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. Rxbyn – Breathe Samie Bower – Phoneline Seth Power – Closure VITNE – Vanquish the Night Yavor – Illuminate(feat. Mey) Ikkubaru – Let It SwingBy Matt Brier.
 
Yes, the last show of 2018 but I promise promise promise I will be back with a new episode as soon as is humanly possible. Great tunes new and old with a surprise visit all the way from a 2011 Watch With Mothers record review. Tracks in this weeks episode Dan O”Farrell and the New Machine -Through a Glass Darkly, Mailman – When Enough is enough ...…
 
With the holidays nearly behind us, it's time to take a look back at some great releases from 2018. Vanja Sky, Trudy Lynn, Colin James, Lindsay Beaver, and Mike Zito lead the first of a two-show review of 2018 blues releases. It's another hour of the finest blues ... from this year - the 721st Roadhouse.…
 
Christmas Eve! We have survived 24 days of 24 podcasts. Now all that remains is to survive the Christmas holidays. This final show of 2018 also doubles up as my best of the year. My 10 favourite tracks played (or maybe not played) on the show throughout 2018. Thanks for listening and thanks for making it to the end. Hope you all have a great Ch ...…
 
We delve back into the archives for today’s show. Exactly 8 years ago on the 23rd of December 2010 it was the first part of the very first Edinburgh Man best of the year show. Unfortunately I didn’t really keep very good records back then, so I’ve had to actually download and listen to (bits of) the show to extract 3 tracks to play. Yikes! I me ...…
 
Deep into December 2018, we're nearly past the holiday season. Still, I've got five more holiday tracks, along with Billy F. Gibbons, B.B. King, Maria Muldaur, Charley Crockett, and Johnny Rawls. We may be just about out of time for holiday blues, but we're never out of time for another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 720th Ro ...…
 
Someone once told me that in the run up to Christmas kids get crazy. Oh boy. Today is only the first day in the Christmas holidays and they’ve been absolutely bonkers. I’m not sure that I can cope with another two weeks of this! 1. Richard Andrews – “The Golden Fascination” (Played courtesy of Richard Andrews, Released under a Creative Commons ...…
 
I record this podcast with the dulcet tones of Thing 2 who is not even attempting to go to sleep and instead is making up words to “The Wheels on the Bus”. I suppose it makes a change from Jingle Bells. Thankfully. Music-wise, it’s all tracks from Milanese artists or record labels. During the October holidays we went to Milan for a few days. In ...…
 
Christmas really is coming now. Only a handful of days left to go, but somehow there is still more great music from 2018 yet to play. On tonight’s show, two tracks from two great albums released this month by podcast favourites The Planes and Townhouse Woods. A track from earlier this year by Melbourne’s Hearts and Rockets, and a wonderful trac ...…
 
It’s the 19th Advent Calendar show. Oh my, that means we are in the twenties tomorrow. The home straight. Unfortunately I’m recording today’s show on my MacBook with the built-in microphone. As a result the sound quality may be a bit gammy. Apologies for this. Hopefully the music will make up for it. As well as lots of new tracks we also look b ...…
 
In which I delve into the cupboard in the hall, pull out a dusty bottle of nine and a half year old homebrew white port and sample it “live”. 1. ballboy – “Merry Christmas to the Drunks, Merry Christmas to the Lovers” (Played courtesy of Ballboy) 2. Cloudkicker – “Not to Scale or Painted” (Played courtesy of Cloudkicker, Released under a Creati ...…
 
I’m feeling pretty sorry for myself today. Not enough food or too much coffee. Either way I’ve got a blazing headache, but I still manage to stumble through the Edinburgh Man archives to play some tracks from “on this day in history”. Specifically, on this day in 2015. Some tracks played on, or related to those tracks played on podcast number 2 ...…
 
Warning. I have consumed beer. And wine. Just two glasses of each. But to be honest that’s probably double my limit nowadays. Getting old, eh? 1. Molly Lewis – “Pantsuit Sasquatch” (Played courtesy of Molly Lewis, Released under a Creative Commons licence) 2. Speedy Ortiz – “DTMFA” (Played courtesy of Speedy Ortiz, Released under a Creative Com ...…
 
As we roll through the holiday season, I've got five more Christmas blues tracks in this hour. I've also got a set of swing blues and one that can only be described as stark. Mighty Lester, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Will Barber, Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi, and Mississippi Heat make for another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - th ...…
 
It’s the 15th Advent Calendar Podcast! We’re well into the second half now. My goodness, we might actually pull this off. Right, I decided to delve into the Edinburgh Man archives for much of this episode. Specifically I looked back to find any other shows that occurred on the 15th of December. And I found one. Number 80 from back in 2011. When ...…
 
Tiki Twins, sockfoot, The Second Hand Marching Band & Benni Hemm Hemm, Zapruder Point.
 
Trust Fund, Baker Island, Dressed Like Wolves, NO FUCKS.
 
DUMP HIM, The Trip Takers, An Eagle in your Mind, Fixtures.
 
An interesting show this week (aren’t they all?) where I ask for a little feedback on what you would like to see in the show from 2019. Playlist contains these fantastic tracks Oh Maddi – Women and Men, Miles Recommends – Just Wanted You, Original Black Pantah – Hey Blacks, Kitty O’Neal – Giving in to You, Cornelis Gerard – The Art Of Giving a ...…
 
Swearin', Dyke Drama, The Map Dept., Linger.
 
Ana Threat, SIAMESE, Thee Wise Men, Joshua Burnside.
 
Red Sun Alert, Nel Unlit, Gnarsh Mellow, palm fronds.
 
Grammy nominees, a familiar local act and plenty more new holiday music - that's the crux of this hour. When you throw in Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne, Buddy Guy, Teresa James, Danielle Nicole, and Professor Longhair, you definitely end up with another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 718th Roadhouse.…
 
Plutonium Baby, entertainment for the braindead, Harrison Lemke, Crystal Canyon.
 
ATSEA, anybodys, The All Seeing Hand, FRITZ.
 
Home Economics, Unsanitary Napkin, Listening Satellites, Flipcoin.
 
Anarchist Wolves, Private Sector, Seeing Hands, Grrrl Gang, Slushy.
 
Pelts, Nice Try, Speedy Ortiz, Wild Surmise.
 
A Deer A Horse, Townhouse Woods, The Freak Fandango Orchestra, The Rabbitts.
 
I kick off every holiday season with Koko Taylor and sprinkle holiday blues throughout the show. You get that in this edtion, plus Mike Zito, Knickerbocker All-Stars, Mojo Buford, John Jackson, and Watermelon Slim. Thanksgiving's behind us and December delivers with another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 717th Roadhouse.…
 
The 159th episode of the JTIP featuring 7 outstanding indie artists and 11 great tracks. The BPM range is from a fast walking pace of 135 to a fast run at 181. The genre emphasis is rock. If any tracks are too fast for you, please change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Victoria's Flight Kokowerk The Shakes Touch ...…
 
Dreams on Diskette, Heck Yes, sea grapes, Nan Sens, Dressed Like Wolves, Fog Lake.
 
Nice Try, Hey Exit, Pouty, prior panic, Fauvely.
 
What a show we have this week and I haven’t even recorded it yet! I can tell you that as well as tunes from Tankus The Henge – things were better before, Lola Black – Nothings Gonna Be Alright, AJR – Ballet to the Masses, Nehiyawak – Somnambulist Simon D James – My Everything and something by me that I will chuck in later I also have an intervi ...…
 
We were on the road for the Thanksgiving holiday this weekend. So, here's a Roadhouse Rewind from five years ago. I'll be back next week with a new edition. This edition of The Roadhouse proves out the theory that it doesn’t really matter so much why you stand up from your chair and dance - just that you do. This week, the reasons to do that in ...…
 
When you escape from the world, you still need comfortable clothes, nutritious food and good music. I've got the latter covered. Byther Smith, Eric Lindell, Delta Moon, Muddy Gurdy, and Arthur Migliazza provide our entertainment. It's an hour to escape from the world together and certainly another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - t ...…
 
Hello podcast people make sure you listen all the way to the end on this one (I’m sure you do anyway) just in case you miss great tracks from Longtime No Time – I don’t Want To Go to School Tomorrow, Slumberjack X Machine Age – Daggers, The Virgin Marys – Look Out For My Brother, Wurlizer – Origami, Cosmic Ninja – We Get Up, Nick Tann – Love Li ...…
 
If you come around each week for a variety of blues, you'll love the hour ahead. I've got a set of blues rock, a set of Mississippi Hill Country Blues, and a full range of voices. Sari Schorr, Larkin Poe, Robert Kimbrough, Sr., JJ Appleton & Jason Ricci, and The Chris O'Leary Band lead the way through another hour of the finest blues you've nev ...…
 
We're rolling into the fall in the northern hemisphere, a time when blues labels are pushing out new releases for holiday consumption. And, I've got a lot of those brand new releases in the hour ahead - including Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones, Sandy Carroll, Mojo Morganfield, Paul Thorn, and The Juke Joint Kings - all from 2018. It's an hour of ...…
 
The 158th episode of the JTIP featuring 7 genres, 11 tracks, and 8 outstanding indie artists. The BPM range is from a walking pace of 120 to a fast run at 174. If any tracks are too fast for you, please change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Trystan Grisham Thierry Noritop NewWaves Space Inkblot Astronaut Lenny ...…
 
After a week of chair-dancing, we're back to a huge variety of new blues in The Roadhouse. I've got quite a few female artists, some uptempo blues, an interesting minimalist set, and a track from the late Tony Joe White. I've also got Anthony Geraci, Dana Fuchs, Eric Bibb, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, and Joe Louis Walker, Bruce Katz & ...…
 
Pretty much 10 years to the day since I started this crazy little podcast and I’m still here! It’s all turned a bit cold but here I am to warm your cockles with the help of Fire Fences – Elenor Larkin, James Parkin & Andrew Breeds – All Things Unsaid, James Galvo Parker – The Weight, They Call Him Zone – I want Love, Xquix & Elizabeth Joan Kell ...…
 
Rather than focusing on new releases this week, I've focused on making this another "chair-dancing" edition. Kid Ramos, Kai Strauss, Sean Costello, Andy Santana, and Janiva Magness give you reason to move around. You might do that in your chair, you might grab someone close, you might get up and dance by yourself, but I think the hour is irresi ...…
 
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