Best Independentmusic podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
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Connecting music managers and self-managed artists to people, resources and opportunities to develop themselves and the business behind the creative.
 
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On the show this week we move between Japanese folk music, post-punk and modern classical, interspersed with some musique concrete from Cote D'ivoire and abrasive power electronics from Italy. The new Anna Meredith is a real highlight, as is the latest single from Sarathy Korwar's magnificent new LP. Elsewhere there's the latest from the label ...…
 
After a few weeks of studio upheaval, our first episode in our new space is here - and it's a bit of an abstract one. With fragmented samples of 78rpm records from a French library to Glaswegian dubstep, via violin experiments and Afghan folk music, we have the whole set of what's good and great in contemporary independent music. Tracklisting A ...…
 
(Please don't sue us, Allen Klein or Tom Scharpling) One for the true heads! Let's get (meta)physical! Where have we come from? Where are we going? We're going to borrow a descriptor from a Vice article about Metallica recording "Ride The Lightning" and tell you that this is a "wild ass" tale of how one man's career crossroads led him to the st ...…
 
We're still away - our internet, and the podcast, will be back next week. We're unashamedly throwing bangers at you on this week’s pod. The brutal, brilliant pop sounds of SOPHIE kick us off, as we travel through stunning sounds from Khalab’s new record, a new Ugandan record label releasing heavy bass sounds, Lewisham grime from Flohio, and Pol ...…
 
We're away this week, so here's where we were this time last year. We’ve got alternative rock stylings of Birmingham’s Dorcha alongside experimental sounds of Ben Vince. We have legendary techno producer Samuel Kerridge’s new track, mutant jungle from Sophia Loizou, a surprising folk project from Roger Robinson, reggae from Parly B, hiphop, Lat ...…
 
LEAKED! A brand-new track from the Halifax shoegaze darlings' debut EP "Thin Veil", out later this week. Just call us Julian Assange, without all the... actually... don't. Instead, press play! Rock hard! 🖖
 
Gnarly bible stories and more on the podcast this week. Whether it's questionable theology, hot off the press grime or something in between that you're after, this week will deliver for you. We've got the best new jazz from London and Norway, Japanese experimental music, delightful folk, Reading reggae, Greek gabba and a whole heap more. Trackl ...…
 
Jo rules. She works as a theatre tech and puppetry teacher here in Saint John. She left behind a career as a painter for film in Vancouver, working on projects with celebrities like Nicolas Cage and.... I wanna say Denzel Washington. She's no stranger to moving around the country, first as a minister’s kid, then in a touring hardcore band, then ...…
 
Sometimes we start the podcast with music to shake your body into action, other times we just assault your senses with experimental noise. This week it's the turn of Girl Band to launch the podcast into your ears with six minutes of hefty post punk goodness. Elsewhere in the hour we have abstract Japanese music, UK hip hop, Pakistani Surti, New ...…
 
A classic drum episode! We talk about stuff we like and stuff we can't stand. Clinton is more of a Groovy Gus than a Charlie Chops, if you catch our drift. Inspiration, tone, thoughts on Jojo Mayer, Dave Elitch, Ash Soan, Anderson .Paak, Hal Blaine, Jim Keltner, Jay Bellarose, Ringo Starr, Bernard Purdie, John Bonham, ?uestlove, Carter Beauford ...…
 
Lots of music from Japan gets us going on this week's show, showing a glimpse at the breadth of sounds coming out of the country whether that be bamboo afrobeat, spandex-appropriate rock or abstract electronics. Elsewhere this week we've got dark industrial music from UAE, Welsh rock from mclusky* and Future of the Left leader Falco's Christian ...…
 
My best piece of drum advice at 38:29! Surrounded by info on the past and future of this podcast and its theme song, thoughts about streaming music and much more. *(the title is a Bad Religion reference if u did not get it it) (it's the worst bad religion song)(im playling guitar in a bad religion cover band s00n)…
 
The bizarre collaboration between the legendary pairing of Jean-Claude Vannier and Mike Patton closes us off this week. Before that we have the usual eclectic mix of remixed Brazilian noise, Jamaican poetry, Swedish postpunk, Cuban jazz and loads more. Tracklisting Deafkids - Distopia Permanente (Terror SoundSystem Funx Re-Drum) (Lovers & Lolly ...…
 
John Mullane is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, bandleader, Haligonian about town. We found what appeared to be an interview room created specifically for this episode at the Rodd Charlottetown during ECMAs to talk about bands, recording, touring, making music for film and TV, sustaining a career and much more.…
 
Terrifying stuff from a Bristol hotbed of experimental sounds whets our appetite for wonderful music this week. We move through noises from Canada, Japan, Scotland, and Italy as we promo some of the best noises coming out of the independent sector. Tracklisting Harrga - Artaud (Avon Terror Corps, UK) RX-101 - Dopamine (Suction Records, Canada) ...…
 
Krista is an industry pro who works with artists on grant applications, PR and strategy. She's got a new podcast ("Granted") coming out on the subject of the Canadian grant system. What it is, how to use it, and some horror stories. It's a huge part of the music industry in this country and an inevitable part of building a career. Tune in to le ...…
 
Following our week a way we return overwhelmed with excellent morsels of global experimental independent sound. We start with Sarathy Korwar's outstanding jazz/Indian MC hybrid that is sure to get noticed by discerning listeners, elsewhere we have choral music, twisted abstract hiphop, splendid psych folk, electric acholi music from central Afr ...…
 
No full-length show this week. Here's what's up.
 
We're away this week, so here's a show from this time last year, when we were enjoying some of the best music of 2018. From legends Pere Ubu and Tyler, The Creator to debut releases from ZOHASTRE and Owiny Sigoma Band affiliated Zapatilla, through to the latest from Colombia’s Lucrecia Dalt, there’s a whole heap to get stuck into Back next week ...…
 
Had a fun chat with these BBQT's over a couple of Caesars and a Moosehead Pale Ale (the true Saint Johner's beer of choice) at the Lunar Rogue in Fredericton. BBQT are, like, a pop-punk band (but not like Blink) from Montreal via NL and NB. Very via - drummer Allison Graves currently lives in St John's and commutes for gigs. Tune in to find out ...…
 
Some absolutely blistering music this week, ranging from excitable Japanese punk from the brilliant Otoboke Beaver, to intense French black metal, stopping off via Turkish psych, Polish pop, beautiful sun-filled reggae and much more. Tracklisting Dolenz - Pull ft. Guilty Simpson (Exit Records, UK) Otoboke Beaver おとぼけビ~バ~ - 脱·日陰の女 datsu, hikage ...…
 
Stefan is a Fredericton-based drummer and visual artist. He was in town this past weekend for Quality Block Party, as one half of the Jane Blanchard band. This coming weekend, the two of them are putting on the 5th annual Flourish festival in Fredericton. It's a small, independent art and music festival. We talked about Flourish, the NB festiva ...…
 
Some real otherworldly business occurring on this week's podcast. Abstract sounds from Thailand, from Brazil, and Argentina dovetail nicely with fantastic new jazz sounds from South Africa. There's also African reggae via Glasgow, synth duals out of Kampala, punk rock from the UK and a great deal more. Tracklisting Stalawa, Blessed San - Traito ...…
 
Stealing Bill Burr's idea. Comics apparently love that. Solo project this week. Delivering Saint John lore, internet pop culture videos, the history and current state of the learndrums empire, tips and insider info for getting the most out of music lessons, thoughts on popular music and much more.
 
The usual blend of abstract noises coming from across the globe this week. There's Lebanese belly dance music punctuated with Polish breakcore, experimentation from the magnificent Amnesia Scanner, amongst pleasant indie rock, video game music, and abrasive noise. Tracklisting Scalping - Satan II (Council Records, UK) Amnesia Scanner & Bill Kou ...…
 
Paul Milner is a recording engineer right here in Saint John (via PEI, via Toronto, via Quebec, via the UK). He's worked in Barbados with Eddy Grant (of "Electric Avenue" fame) and at Quebec's famed Le Studio with Keith Richards (of "The Rolling Stones" fame). And made approximately 498 other records along the way. We had a great chat about the ...…
 
From Japanese Cumbia, mill town hip hop, and Viennese experimental music, there's a whole bunch of goodness to chomp down on through this week's podcast. We have banging house music, droney, beautiful experimentation, punk rock and loads more Tracklisting Mahatma X - RUPT (Home Assembly Music, UK) BIG|BRAVE - Sibling (Southern Lord, USA) Dutch ...…
 
Clinton is a legend. A drummer who's also a singer-songwriter (or a singer-songwriter who also drums) and all-around cool cat. Was excited to talk to him as he bridges a few different things we're trying to do with the show this season. We talked about having different roles onstage, musical context, cover bands, jazz, the local scene, focusing ...…
 
The brilliant Metro Crowd LP on Maple Death Records is a journey in its own right, and its opening track - a dubby, abstract corker - kicks us on our own journey this week. It's a trip that takes in forward-looking techno, French dancehall, twisted LA dubs, Irish jazz, experimental violinists and Russian punk. Tracklisting Metro Crowd - Gas in ...…
 
Jason (or JVo) has played with literally millions of bands. Literally. Not bad for a guy who started out playing upside-down acoustic guitar, idolizing KISS. We catch up on his latest projects (a disco band, for one). He takes us through his early days (you won't believe what happened at his first gig). We discuss his love of metal, jazz and th ...…
 
Just some of the best music around right now, kicking your week into action with some high tempo, high feeling disco from Yung Bae, then driving through a selection of psych, Tunisian dance music, stunning Scottish experimental music, UK hiphop and outrageous non-dance music out of Africa Tracklisting Yung Bae - Don’t Stop w/Flamingosis (My Pet ...…
 
Erin Muir is a singer-songwriter who makes moody, affecting music under the name Wrote. We talked about making art, the Maritime vibe, children's activities, depression and more. Fun episode!
 
This episode covers: What a life coach does How working with a life coach can benefit musicians and music managers in setting goals and being focused What a session looks like in practice
 
A mix of the unusual and wonderful this week - and that's just the 50-minute cover of 70s power ballad Without You by Nurse With Wound experimentalist Andrew Liles featuring writer and Quietus editor John Doran. We also have a new one from the peerless hiphop producer Madlib, some heavy bass from The Bug, synthpop from Argentina and loads more. ...…
 
MARCH BREAK! Quick one! Our reporter gets a candid assessment of a secret concert from a local showgoer.
 
There are a few sound issues in this week's show due to technical issues... sorry about that! Another week with slow, contemplative, exquisite sounds from across the globe. It all starts with Moroccan field recordings spliced into excellent techno, we have Japanese experiments, drones about water heating appliances and a whole lot more Tracklis ...…
 
In which our resident grandpa tries to understand the computer. (Back in my day all we had was Geocities and ICQ! Pictures took a week to load! And we NEVER complained!) Big thanks to Micah Brown for his thoughts on current recording methods and the ecosystem they inhabit.
 
From Ukrainian grime to Japanese Geisha music, you're in for an unusual journey through this week's podcast. Between those two stops we have new noise from ex-Future of the Left and Kong member project USA Nails, Chinese techno from Tzusing, stunning modern classical from Austria's Martin Ptak, reggae out of Jamaica and Devon and a lot more Tra ...…
 
Our very first and most-listened-to guest of all time returns. A total pro! We're talking, of course, about the one and only Mike Belyea. In this episode, we talk 311, jazz, taking lessons with Mars Volta drummers, self-criticism, using whatever gear happens to be lying around, and more.
 
After the mellow nature of last week's podcast, this week we've dug out a bit more of the nasty. Not least some cracking synth-led sounds from Serbia, Uruguay, and Israel. We also have new ones from old favourites Pye Corner Audio and Matmos amongst tuba toting Theon Cross, Indonesian house and loads more. Tracklisting Stevie Whisper - The Cryi ...…
 
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Glenn is a longtime punk rock drummer, current music venue owner and absolute legend. We talk about gear, school, the road, the studio, playing music on the East coast, the Toronto scene, filling in, and drum dorks.
 
Taking ambience to the extreme this week, there is a lot of beautiful music on podcast 216, not least the absolute exquisite records from Cucina Povera and Faten Kanaan. Amongst the picks this week is Iranian spike fiddle, screaming Scottish acapellas, sound recordings from the Argentinian jungle and more. Tracklisting Black Bombaim w/Jonathan ...…
 
We sit down with the Brown Bros of Montreal, the day after Christmas. In order of appearance: James, whose DIY standup comedy night recently led to him opening for Half Moon Run at Massey Hall; Steve, who stepped out of the punk scene and into the world of thin films, and Micah, who always seems to have at least 5 bands on the go.…
 
If you're looking for unusual sounds, you don't have to search far into this week's podcast. The opening noise of Colombian noiseniks Chupame El Dedo (trans. Suck the Finger) is the type of tropical Cumbia you won't find anywhere else. Moving on from that this week, there is stunning dub music from the exceptionally exciting Bristol scene, abra ...…
 
BIG episode. Jerry Granelli is a Halifax-based drummer, composer and sound artist. Originally from San Fransisco, where he hung out with all the greats and pioneered psychedelic music in the 60s. We talk about his life in music and throw mild amounts of shade.By learndrums.
 
Rare new sounds from the underground on this week's show as we have self-released experimental Mapuche music from Chile, field recordings from Indonesia, and intense music from Kenyan producer Slikback. Tracklisting Cocaine Piss - Pretty Pissed (Hypertension Records, Belgium) Tecnología Para Ser Libres - Nguillatun (self-release, Chile) King Mi ...…
 
On this week's show we kick things off with the latest weird hiphop drop from Germany's Prrrrrrr Records, we have pleasant jazz from Norway, beautiful guitar from William Tyler, an early contender for record of the year from Krikor, and some hefty noise from all corners. Tracklisting edac - onto (Prrrrrrr Records, Germany)William Tyler - Call M ...…
 
After Anthony's time in Guatemala the team is back together with a brand new show. He's arrived with the sounds of Belize in his ears after he snuck across the Central American border to have a little dance. A bit closer to home, we have ambient drones from Statski and Left Hand Cuts Off The Right, we've got indie sounds from This Is The Kit ba ...…
 
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