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Independent Music Podcast

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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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Jared “Pete” Gile & Carly Evans of The Troubadour Podcast host long form, deep-diving interviews with some of today’s most popular touring musicians in the Red Dirt and Texas Country Music movement. The Troubadour Podcast provides listeners with a behind the scenes look at their favorite artists in the genres. The Troubadour Podcast prides itself in also being another avenue for established artists, as well as up and comers, to get their music discovered by new fans through the unique and re ...
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The podcast for for all those people who’s lives are influenced, driven or just improved by the art we know and love that is music. On the show we talk to and about independent musicians, artists, songwriters, composers, promoters, managers from all over the UK and even the world who themselves want to discuss music, the industry or even if they want information on how to survive and thrive in their career. There are millions of great stories and advice out there and you can hear them on the ...
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page This episode features our interview with The Texas Trio, comprised of Kyle Park, John Michael Whitby & Jason Roberts. Kyle has been a guest on the podcast several times but it was our first time getting to visit with Jason Roberts and John Michael Withby (JMW). Both are very …
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page On this episode of The Troubadour, we visit with documentary filmmaker Chistopher Fitzpatrick about his new project, Oklahoma Breakdown: The Mike Hosty Story. The film has already won honors at film festivals across the United States and screenings are taking place as we spea…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page Country Music artist and songwriter Dallas Alexander is the featured guest on this episode. We catch up with Dallas while he’s in Nashville for a couple weeks of songwriting. Before going after a career as a Country Music artist, Dallas was in an elite special forces division…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page On this episode Pete talks with Texas singer/songwriter Kyle Park. Kyle has been a guest on the show in the past in Episodes #34 & #130. We talk about his new record called “All Nighters” which is simply fantastic! Check out the video for the title track HERE! We’re also exci…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page On this episode Pete & Carly interview singer/songwriter Julia Hatfield. Her latest song called “Why Do We Hold Back Tears” will be released any day now. Check out her other music by clicking HERE. Julia is also and accomplished actress and you’ll hear about some of her lates…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page On this episode Pete & Carly interview Shane Smith. Shane Smith & The Saints have had a TON happen in their career since Shane’s first appearance on the podcast back on Episode #31 of The Troubadour. They’ve got a brand-new record out called Norther, and it’s fantastic! One o…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page Fans of music and the artists that make it are the reason these folks can make a living in the business. Fans attending live shows, buying merch and music, is really how the bills get paid by musicians. This week Pete interview’s Eric Birk. Eric is a huge supporter of live mu…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page Our featured guest this week is Uncle Lucius frontman, Kevin Galloway. Their latest record, Like It’s The Last One Left, is now available! YouTube Vid for Keep the Wolves Away · as heard on Yellowstone and now with 150 million views!!!! https://www.patreon.com/thetroubadourpo…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is Shaker Hymns frontman, Nyles Robakiewicz. Their latest record,…
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Episode # 183 - Charlie McCabe The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is Charlie McCabe. Charlie got wit…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is Jon Dee Graham. Go buy his new record!!! And check out his int…
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The last episode of the podcast possibly ever, we're celebrating 2023 with a selection of favourites as voted for by our amazing Patrons - the people who have kept the podcast going this long. We have one more episode: our free live show on Friday 29 December. Sign up for free here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/independent-music-podcast-favourites-…
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The second part of a double header celebrating some of our favourite music from 2023. The beers have been flowing and the music is exceptional, with Japanese diss tracks, Norwegian trombone drone, field recordings of broken horror houses, psychedelic folk and a whole lot more. Our final favourites episode will be out next week Tracklisting SANAM - …
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The first part of a double header celebrating some of our favourite music from 2023. It's been an incredible year for music, and we're in celebratory mood as we record the first two of our final three shows. This part includes Japanese prog, Indonesian metal, gigantic Ugandan xylophones, stoned hip-hop, Egyptian Mahraganat and a whole lot in betwee…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is The Aaron Ball Band. They are here to talk about their career …
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The last ‘new’ podcast before we head into our end of 2023 review shows showcases more exceptional sounds from across the world. From field recordings of Afro-Ecuadorian culture to Persian footwork, House bangers to sounds of the Sahara and Japanese folk, there’s a lot to enjoy on this week’s selection. You can listen to the first six tracks for fr…
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Dive into another eclectic Independent Music Podcast featuring a global tapestry of experimental music. From the haunting melodies of Aguja from Argentina to the rhythmic beats of Samurai Breaks. The diversity continues with the experimental vibes of Lisa Lerkenfeld and the electronic enchantment of Flora Yin Wong. With new Julia Holter and a taste…
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This was a great interview with Singer-Songwriter Jill Riley! Make sure to check out her new record Common Ground! For more info on this episode make sure and visit www.thetroubadourpodcast.com/episodes PLEASE SUPPORT THE TROUBADOUR ON PATREON NEEDING GEAR? BE SURE TO USE OUR SWEETWATER AFFILIATE LINK PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE & SPOTIFY POD…
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A wonderful range of music this week, with multiple tracks exploring ancient folklore from the Quechuan Andes to Wales, as well as modern interpretations of Brazilian funk carioca, and multiple tracks from Mexico. We also have ferocious Palastinian psych, Chinese techno, Death Metal and a whole lot more. You can listen to the first six tracks for f…
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Short, spiky, transcendental, and everything in between on this week’s independent music podcast. We have acid-tinged electronics, field recordings of birds, spoken word, club bangers, drones and much more. You can listen to the first six tracks for free. To listen to the full episode, get a huge back catalogue of music, and access to our live show…
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Episode # 179 – Nathan Mongol Wells The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is Nathan Mongol Wells. He’s …
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Full of abstract and lofi electronics, this week’s podcast lulls you into a false sense of security this week before blitzing you with the 175+bpm of Judgitzu. We’re only just recovered with the beautiful noise of Frankie and Joachim Nordwall before a triumphant return of jazz’s favourite living Pharaoh Idris Ackamoor. Elsewhere, we have dubs from …
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A podcast of exceptional music and bad puns this week, as we travel through the genres, including spooooky drum and bass from Basic Rhythm, Palestinian folklore from Maya Al Khaldi, and thunderous psych rock from Osaka’s Hibushibire. We also have three pretty special collaborations, including Sarah Davachi and Quatuor Bozzini, Abu Ama and BedouinDr…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! It’s been a bit since we’ve had a new episode ready for you all but we’re finally back with fr…
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The usual sonic journey across continents, where you can immerse yourself in a fusion of sounds, from Finland’s futuristic funk with The Stance Brothers to the avant-garde creations of Eartheater. Elsewhere, we have experimental noise from Argentina’s Francisco Ali-Brouchoud and ferocious Iberian hardcore from Lame, amongst such more… You can liste…
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A wondrous array of sounds coming from the Independent Music Podcast this week, from cold wave disco to harmonium folk, stopping off via dub rap, French dance floor bangers, and outrageous Japanese psych. It’s not just that though, we have wonderful experimental music from Kepla, the long-awaited return of Bokeh Versions, and a whole lot more. You …
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Good things come to those who wait, like those of us who have waited six years for new Evian Christ material. That being said, good things come to those of us who can’t wait either, and – just six months after their debut masterpiece – the Japanese folklore-French prog collaboration PoiL Ueda have another exceptional, outlandish record for you. Els…
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Opening tracks can be deceiving, but as soon as the beautiful, delicate sounds of Swedish Congolese artist Vumbi Dekula have drifted into field recordings of bees, things turn a little nastier, with Infested Monastery and the latest from Moonworshipper’s Arcanist. Elsewhere there is fabulous jazz from Armenia, metal from Kazakhstan, industrial nois…
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We're taking a break this week, so we're going way back to 2017 and our first favourites of that year. We have the 7″ stunner from Idris Ackamoor, the digital dubs of Roger Robinson and Disrupt, hip hop from Ill Camille, the best track from Gnod’s mouthful of an LP – JUST SAY NO TO THE PSYCHO RIGHT​-​WING CAPITALIST FASCIST INDUSTRIAL DEATH MACHINE…
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Phoar, what a scorcher! It’s a hot box in the studio and hot on the sounds as well. Kicking off with a remarkable track from Matmos, who use the sounds of the Mud-Dauber Wasp to create a thumping electronic banger. We move through various degrees of ferociousness, with Nihiloxica, Gazelle Twin, and Lila Tirando a Violeta and Sin Maldita bringing he…
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It’s early morning when we’re recording, but the sounds are far from appropriate to a sleepy English Summer morning, going positively abrasive with the latest nastiness from The Bug. We also have the awaited return of Max Tundra, something off the wall from Galen Tipton, stunning percussive goodness from CZN and a lot more. You can listen to the fi…
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Kick off with Indonesian metal from Bandung, finish off with Mexican disco, it’s another new Independent Music Podcast. Between the bookends, we’re moving through various levels of experimental electronics, including a welcome return for Croatian-French-Irish traditional avant folk group Chant Electronique. We also have stunning music from Rosie Ca…
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In and out of the club at unexpected moments on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. Whilst Ecstatic-signed Cypriot producer Spivak brings stunning ambient sounds, Julek Ploski – a former signee to multiple ferocious Polish rave labels – brings us a cinematic masterpiece. What a time to be alive. Elsewhere, the first taste of Kazakh-British violi…
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Let’s get ferocious this week, with heavy tunes aplenty from all corners of the noisy spectrum. Rattling out with thrash from Pest Control, via a screamy masterpiece from Elvin Brandi and Lord Spikeheart, and the latest from Human Worth. Elsewhere, there’s excellent house music from Ciel, hardcore from BBBBBBB, a 20-minute opus from Sly & the Famil…
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It’s sweet hellos and sad goodbyes on this week’s Independent Music Podcast as we welcome back Ragga Twins, who are releasing their first new record in 28 years, and the Jungle is as blistering as ever it was. Not so blistering as ever it was is Not Waving, who continues his development into more thought-provoking downtempo electronics, bringing ba…
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All hail returning heroes on this week’s podcast. It’s been a long while since we last saw Teeth of the Sea, Rocks FOE, Jlin, or Sealionwoman, so it’s great to see them all returning with exceptional new material. Elsewhere, there’s psychedelic cumbia from Argentina in the shape of Los Siquicos Litoraleños, we have an absolute stormer of minyo foot…
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Starting with an opus is a wonderful way to return after a week off, and the new collaboration between Shackleton and Heather Leigh is a fantastic bolt out of the blue that shifts through the genres in the same way the whole podcast tends to do. Elsewhere, we’re raising money for the cancer treatment for artist Glenda Torrado (PayPal donations: oct…
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We’re off this week so thought we would give you a taste of one of our other favourite music podcast - the Ninehertz podcast. Exploring hefty sounds and doing a fantastic job of showcasing the sheer variety of and nuances within heavy music. The Ninehertz Podcast is a weekly show all about the heavier end of things. From grindcore to doom, drone to…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Today is Sunday, July 16th, 2023 Carly and I are back with another new episode featuring a sin…
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In this episode of the Independent Music Podcast, we’re exploring a wide range of experimental music from around the world. We’ll start with a track from the superb V/Z record featuring Cathy Lucas, a dark and atmospheric track from the UK label AD93 We’re criss-crossing the globe, with new releases from Tunisia, UK, Argentina, Ireland, the USA, an…
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Artists don’t come much more eclectic than Lunch Money Life, so it’s appropriate that they kick off the Independent Music Podcast this week as we travel through an hour of music that includes campaigning mothers of Indonesia, experimental screwdriver ambient music, and heavy, hypnotic vocal loops amongst much more. That ‘much more’ includes Europop…
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