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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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Exeter & England centre Ollie Devoto is the special guest, and joins the pod in what will be a huge few weeks for the Chiefs as they chase an unprecedented European and Premiership double. Indeed, the Chiefs booked a first Champions Cup semi-final place in the club's history on Sunday as they defeated Northampton at Sandy Park, and will now host To…
 
On this week's Independent Music Podcast we're bringing you the usual unusual and adventurous sounds from across the globe. We start in London with the wild new Reckonwrong record on Queeste, and move swiftly through South Africa with Angel-Ho's second record for Hyperdub, Argentinan traditional infused electronics from Berenice Llorens on Kriptonî…
 
In the latest episode of the Will Greenwood Podcast, our duo have plenty to get their teeth stuck into with a busy weekend ahead in store. On Saturday at 10.15am, the final of Super Rugby AU takes place between the Brumbies and the Reds, live on Sky Sports Arena from 9.45am. Our team delve into that, while also looking ahead to the weekend's four E…
 
For a globally-focused podcast we're keeping it mostly local this week. But before the onslaught of excellent UK music, we kick things off with the industrial psy-pop of Ukranian trio Tvii Son whose debut album is a true highlight of the year so far. We also welcome back Faten Kanaan with her debut for Fire Records, Black Acre's Commodo, and Sophia…
 
Dancefloor smashers, bleak noises, and a long-overdue new single from Arab Strap are amongst this week's highlights. We have percussive transcendental psychedelia from Brazil and from Forest Hill, we've got a bonkers-yet-brilliant track from Misty's Big Adventure's Grandmaster Gareth, driving Swiss Krautrock from Cyril Cyril, experimental folk from…
 
Back together in the same place again this week, and what a selection we've got for you. Kicking off with the ace new single from Lotic, whose move to Houndstooth hopefully yields more than the two singles we've had from her so far. We have Iranian experimentalism from Saint Abdullah, two wonderful Indonesian projects - one from Divisi62 and Senyaw…
 
We are exploring a whole range of sounds on this week's show, kicking off with the opening track from Albertine Sarges' sublime debut LP on Moshi Moshi, we move swiftly through phenomenal jazz via the newsish spiritual jazz label Spiritmuse, bewitching electronics from Belbury Poly, a humongous John Dwyer-led ensemble cast for experimental psych, S…
 
Bristol Bears Director of Rugby, Pat Lam, joins Will and Rupert on this week's episode. The Premiership restart, Semi Radradra, Kyle Sinckler, five year plans and Premiership Rugby's approach to Black Lives Matter are all on the agenda. Will also gives his review of the other games in the Premiership and they also discuss the action in the Southern…
 
Japanese artists by way of Kampala, Tel Aviv, and Berlin dominate this week's show, as DJ Die Soon produced the mesmerising Sekelembele release on Hakuna Kulala, Yurika vocalises the middle eastern funk of Sababa 5 on London's Batov label and the inimitable WaqWaq Kingdom return with their exceptional new EP on Phantom Limb. Elsewhere, there's jazz…
 
Sale Sharks Director of Rugby, Steve Diamond, joins Will and Rupert for the new series launch. The Premiership restart, Manu Tuilagi and the club culture are all on the agenda. They also hear from Exeter's Jack Nowell, review the latest round of action from the Southern Hemisphere and discuss all the latest news making the rugby headlines.…
 
This is our first show in a long time where we've recorded in the same room, and it's all the better for it. Here in the UK we specialise in warm beer, but the Hot Beer of Nazamba that opens this podcast puts us in a much better place than the curiosities of post-lockdown Britain. We also welcome in the new sounds from the mesmerising Hekla, Uganda…
 
*There seems to be an issue with uploading this week's episode, this is an identical copy that will hopefully make it into your feed* We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sa…
 
We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sample-laden bewitching sounds from Estonia from Man Rei, or the dub-laced psych from... err... Estonia in the shape of Huerequeque. We …
 
A great batch of sounds on this week's podcast. Kicking off with the fabulous first cut from the new LP from Montevideo's Lila Tirando a Violeta, we've got field recordings from Nairobi's KMRU, modern classical from Silvia Tarozzi, a fake Italo disco soundtrack, avant garde studio improvisations from HXXS and loads more. Tracklisting Lila Tirando a…
 
Joining James Gemmell and Will is England international Joe Marchant who has recently returned back to Harlequins following a stint playing Super Rugby with the Blues in New Zealand. Our duo also react to last weeks news that the British & Irish Lions tour will be shown live on Sky Sports and the discussion has already been on who should be playing…
 
Music to stretch your ears to on the show this week, with lots of wonderful mammoth tunes, including the sublime new track from Matmos, which clocks in just shy of ten minutes. We're also honoured to have a premiere of the fabulous new Planet Battagon track on the On the Corner Records dancefloor sampler, which is out later this month. Sticking wit…
 
On this week's episode, James and Will are joined by Western Force owner Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest. Recently featured in Rugby World magazine's top 50 movers & shakers article, the mining magnate discusses the Force's re-introduction to Super Rugby, his dealings with Rugby Australia and what the future may look like for rugby globally. James and Will…
 
As of this podcast, we have supported 3,596 unique artists and record labels, but we need your help to support more. Even though we host the podcast for free so that we can celebrate phenomenal music, this podcast has hundreds of pounds in additional costs that we can't cover alone. If you can afford it and want to make sure we can bring you the ne…
 
Astounding posthumous work on this show, firstly from the tragically recently departed Jake Dunwoody, whose Effluvium project produced an utter masterpiece in Vera earlier this year. This record - a collaboration with Moonworshipper co-founder Blood Tower - is another blinder. We also have Sun Ra Arkestra putting out their first release in 20 years…
 
On this week's special episode, James Gemmell is joined by Tim Horan, Michael Lynagh and Sean Fitzpatrick to preview Super Rugby AU. Gemmell and the three World Cup winners discuss the runners and riders in the competition and the young stars to look out for. They also discuss the off-field issues that have taken place recently in Australian rugby …
 
From Israeli experimentalism to cellphone-recorded music from Mali, there's a lot to love on the show this week. We've got soundtrack music from Ela Orleans, the sounds of the Lebanese Civil War from Couronne de Merde, fun-filled synth-funk Redinho and a lot more. Tracklisting Reigns - Panther Cap (Wrong Speed, UK) Couronne de Merde - ﻻ ﻳﻮﺟﺪ ﻣﻮﺕ (B…
 
From the very top of this week's podcast we're dealing with a contradiction of styles from across the globe. There's remapped jungle from Shanghai, cumbia from Japan, Kenyan luo music from Michigan, tropical psych from Amsterdam and lots more. Elsewhere, there's the latest from Moor Mother and DJ Haram's phenomenal 700 Bliss project, cutup hip hop …
 
Some absolute bangers on this week's podcast, especially the triple threat of Swordman Kitala remixed by Bristol's K-Lone, alongside vogueing ballroom DJ Delish and the spectacularly named LexLuthorVandross. There's also neo-classical experiments, London punks, a twisted, beautiful and brilliant cover of Hungry Eyes from Dirty Dancing, and a whole …
 
Former All Blacks Israel Dagg and Sean Fitzpatrick as well as ex-Australia international Michael Lynagh join James Gemmell to preview the upcoming Super Rugby Aotearoa competition. The guys discuss their excitement as live Rugby makes a comeback, Dan Carter's return to New Zealand to line up alongside Beauden Barrett at the Blues and what the futur…
 
Without Black culture, this podcast wouldn't exist, and neither would music as we know it. 'Fuck the Police' the track from Jamaican legend Daddy Freddy and Yorkshire duo Danny T & Tradesman came out just before the current protests but is particularly poignant this week. Elsewhere, we have more timely releases from Mourning [a] BLKstar and Joy-Rid…
 
On this week's episode, Will and Rupert are joined by one of the greatest Olympians of all-time, Michael Johnson. Among the topics discussed are the current political situation in America, his Performance Centre which has welcomed both Jonny May and Harry Mallinder and how he mentally prepared for the biggest stages. He also gives tips on how to ru…
 
It seems quite poignant to have a track from 'Am I Free to Go?' an LP of punk covers from The Soft Pink Truth - the project of Matmos' Drew Daniel - on this week's show. It's been a while since we had some breakcore, but this record is a must-buy. All profits will go to the International Anti-Fascist Legal Defence Fund, which assists people all aro…
 
By the age of 23, England Flanker Tom Rees had reached a World Cup final and become an Premiership and European champion as part of the all-conquering golden generation at Wasps. And then, with the rugby world seemingly at his feet, injury struck. At 27, Rees had to make the heart-wrenching decision to hang up the boots. Eight years on, he is now a…
 
Quite a hefty batch of tracks on our usual global excursion. Starting in the Ukraine with some post-punk and travelling swiftly to Haitian voodoo polyrhythms, Egyptian triphop, Portugese RPG jazz, and a whole lot more. We've got gritty rock from Leeds, dub techno from Japan, the latest from favourites Medidian Brothers and Einstürzende Neubauten, a…
 
On this week's episode, Will and Rupert are joined by Racing 92 & Scotland fly-half, Finn Russell. He talks about what happened during the Six Nations when he got suspended from the side, his relationship with head coach Gregor Townsend and how it's improved subsequently. He also discusses life in Paris, playing with the 'Galacticos' at Racing 92 a…
 
Even by our usual standards, this podcast is eclectic. We start things off with the mesmerising experimental electronics of Eartheater. Beyond that, we have a Polish-Malawian post-everything project, intense percussion music from Portugal's HHY & The Macumbas, the first release in six years from psych masters Sloath, a 14-minute chamber pop opus fr…
 
For our latest guest show we welcome Sepultura and Pet Brick drummer Iggor Cavalera to fill an hour with exceptional sounds. Tracklisting Bobby Krlic - Prophesy Inigo Vontier - Bo Ni Ke Ye Gods - Gilded Eternity Laima Leyton - Home Alessandro Cortini & Daniel Avery - Illusion of Time Old Tower - Shadow Over Thy Kingdom Screen Shadow - Bodies Noor1 …
 
Lots of phenomenal compilations have been released during the current crisis, and some of them are prominent on this week's podcast. Including the Isolation compilation on Shapes of Rhythm, the Trussel Trust-fundraiser of noisy punk on Human Worth, and the latest on France's Hard Fist label. Elsewhere we have Indonesian bossa nova, the debut from N…
 
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