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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'llRead more

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#350 – Pye Corner Audio, Boris, Black Dice, Princess Diana of Wales, Gooooose & Skyshaker - 6 December 2021

Dec 6 • 01:02:15

We clock up 350 episodes of the Independent Music Podcast with the last conventional podcast of 2021, proving that there’s still time for a new favourite artist of the year to emerge....

#349 – Tanya Tagaq, Jessica Moss, Al Doum and the Faryds, Grove, Tristan Arp, NONEXISTENT - 29 November 2021

Nov 29 • 01:03:52

The spiritual woozy psychedelia of Milan’s Al Doum and the Faryds gets us underway this week as we welcome longer nights with exceptional atmospheric music from all corners....

#349 – Keeley Forsyth, Pink Siifu & Fly Anakin, Senyawa, Lara Jones, K-LONE, Thank - 22 November 2021

Nov 22 • 01:02:30

“Hmm, what’s that smell?” Well it’s another Independent Music Podcast, which kicks off this week with The Smell of Metal – the latest cold wave banger coming out of the Mannequin Records stable over in Germany....

#347 – The Eccentronic Research Council, Trupa Trupa, Juçara Marçal, Bad Tracking, Sophie Cooper, VÄLVĒ - 15 November 2021

Nov 15 • 58:46

London label Mais Um’s ear for extraordinary music from Brazil continues unabated with the exceptional track that opens this week’s Independent Music Podcast. The music of Juçara Marçal is relatively new to us, but the first few bars of her astonishing track ‘Crash’ sink their hooks into you very quickly. It’s a stunning way to get going....

#346 – Blawan, The Oscillation, Raja Kirik, Seekersinternational & Roger Robinson, Hawthonn, Fine Place - 8 November 2021

Nov 8 • 01:07:12

We keep reading about the new Blawan release “shedding the ‘techno’ box he has so often been put in” but his new, exceptional record on XL shows us a consistently innovative artist continuing a journey we’ve enjoyed since ‘Getting Me Down’ back in 2011. It’s a must-listen and a probably must-buy for those who like your electronics a little off-kilter....

#345 – Aya, Shackleton, Jerusalem In My Heart, Mario Batkovic & James Holden, Christina Vantzou, Majid Soula - 1 November 2021

Nov 1 • 01:09:31

There’s nothing that’ll kickstart your body quite like a funky slice of Algerian-born Amazigh music. The lead track from Habibi Funk’s Majid Soula compilation is a real hip-shaker, and just the tonic for whatever ales you this week....

#344 – Jlin, Rival Consoles, Helm, Simo Cell, Aging & Land Trance, Reiko and Tori Kudo - 25 October 2021

Oct 25 • 01:15:11

Two sublime reissues bookend this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We open with the gospel soul from Pastor T.L. Barrett and close with the gorgeous avant-folk from Japan courtesy of Reiko and Tori Kudo....

#343 – Warmduscher, Yikii, Ka Baird & Pekka Airaksinen, Tara Clerkin Trio, Deemas J & Interrupt, Proc Fiscal - 11 October 2021

Oct 11 • 54:39

After our week away last week, we have a truly sublime selection this week. There’s a real record of the year contender out of left field from Chinese artist Yikii, who blends classical music with post-industrial haunted Chinese nursery rhymes, there’s the last recording from Finnish experimental pioneer Pekka Airaksinen, and the latest ace new record on Wrong Speed from N...

#209 - Favourites of 2018

Oct 4 • 01:03:06

We are off this week so we decided to revisit this extraordinary selection of tracks from 2018. Including some people with new records on the horizon including 700 Bliss, Ko Shin Moon, and Colin Stetson... back next week....

#342 – Mike G feat. Lil B, Stealing Sheep and the Radiophonic Workshop, Ben LaMar Gay, Grouper, Disrupt, Lotic - 27 September 2021

Sep 27 • 55:53

A mellow but extraordinarily varied podcast this week, as we explore some of the latest releases across the musical spectrum. From Japanese folk to ferocious noise rock, stopping off at hip hop, Indonesian avant garde experimentation, roots reggae, and library music. There’s a lot to enjoy on this relatively short – but packed full of goodness – episode of the Independent ...

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