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Best Independentmusic podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Independentmusic podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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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Spooky-J is one-sixth of the mesmerisingly excellent Nihiloxica, whose first LP is coming out in June on Crammed Discs. He is also one-third of the extraordinary fast beats label Spooky Shit and the unrelenting synth dualling trio Hot in da Club. For this special additional show to keep you occupied in these crazy times, he's pulled together some o…
 
Covid-19 lockdown was implemented in the UK this week, so Gareth has a solo show for you. A whole heap of favourites have been putting out music: obviously something from Uganda's Nihiloxica, whose first LP is forthcoming on Belgium's Crammed Discs. There are also two Coronavirus-related records, with a one-day write and record track from Gazelle T…
 
In these strange times, this may be the last 'proper' new podcast for some time. We will keep the feed awash with great music, but we're not 100% sure whether we'll be able to record new shows in the manner you've come accustomed to. Despite the uncertainty, there's still a whole lot of new exciting music out there, and - as usual - that's what we …
 
Infectious sounds from all corners of the globe ready to bury themselves deep inside you this week. We've got dark industrial sounds from France, disco from Bandung, Indonesia, tough body music, extraordinary Gnawa music and a whole lot more. Tracklisting 404 - Retour A L'Ether (Crowdspacer, France) Cosmic Neighbourhood - Pine Wizard (Kit Records, …
 
Whether it's afrobeat made from Japanese bamboo instruments or a 12-minute disco opus, there's music to get you moving on the show this week. Between those we've got the latest cumbia experimentation from Bogota, exceptionally heavy hiphop from London, explicit sounds of female empowerment and more. Tracklisting Handle - Punctured Time (Absolute Fi…
 
Some absolutely immense music for you. Not least the first cut from the long-awaited LP from Lunch Money Life. There's also dastardly dubs from Japanese producer Mars89, the latest from legendary Belgium duo Aksak Maboul, music from Israel, South Korea, France, Canada and spoken word from an experimental music champion closes out this week's show. …
 
After the subdued sounds of last week, this time around it is wall-to-wall bangers on the podcast. Whether it is the shake your booty disco from the ever-strong Toy Tonics label, or the unrelenting 180bpm+ of Spooky-J, whichever dancefloor you frequent is going to have a new favourite from our selection. Subscribe to the podcast wherever you get po…
 
Mispronunciation rules this week's pod. I mean - you try and pronounce 'Davaajargal Tsaschikher' the name of the exceptionally talented Mongolian experimentalist. We have unusual and brilliant music from Ukraine, Niger, and Japan alongside London grime, hiphop and jazz. There's abstract electronic music, industrial dub, and phenomenal psych - it's …
 
*Note there's an annoying sound glitch on this week's podcast - apologies for that* What's that coming over the hill? It's two people with a podcast and a whole load of exceptional sounds for your ears. From the galloping intro of Sunny Jain through bassy goodness of Gqom Oh boss Nan Kolè and DJ Tess' collaboration, you know you're in for a good we…
 
Winter is truly here in the northern hemisphere, and the music on this week's podcast reflects that. There's dark experimental music from across the globe, including superb quasi-industrial noise from Argentina and obtuse noise from South Africa. There's the new one from Hilary Woods, a touch of boogie from Flamingo Pier, and a whole lot more Track…
 
A wonderful array of new music this week, kicking off with Swedish psych from Goat-affiliated Och, we also have multiple, beautiful sound experiments from Canada, UK hip-hop, avant-garde outsider pop, the new one from The Heliocentrics and a cracking new collaboration between Ty Segall and Lightning Bolt. Tracklisting Och - NU:64 (Rocket Recordings…
 
Some rough, brilliant experimental sounds this week, one highlight being the brilliant rough Kuduro from Angola's Nazar, who follows his brilliant Enclave EP with a first LP for Hyperdub. Also from Africa there's Ghanaian experimentation from Phillipines label Syrphe, we also have punk from Atlanta, psych from Japan, Greek folk, and loads more good…
 
2020 is heating up with some absolutely fantastic music from across the globe. This week we have Romanian experimentation, we have a new one from the ever-prolific Shit & Shine, we've got abstract harp music, funk and soul, Nepalese sound art and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Antibalas - Fight Am Finish (Daptone Records, USA) Siti Muharam - Alamin…
 
The first podcast of the 2020s is kicked off with exceptional hiphop from Atlanta via DJ Bishop. We also have experimental sound art from Japan, South African techno, Russian metal, detective jazz, the latest from Forest Swords and loads more. Tracklisting DJ Bishop - Dolla Sign (feat. Apoc Krysis) (Natural Sciences, UK) Forest Swords - Do Drones G…
 
Now 2019 is coming to an end, enjoy this 3 hour stitching together of our favourites of 2019 - episodes #243 - #245. 30 phenomenally varied tracks from the year. We have a special part 4 for our Patrons. Please support the podcast at patreon.com/independentmusicpodcast. Thank you for your support this year, we'll be back in 2020. Tracklisting Big B…
 
The final podcast of 2019 sees us exploring more of our favourites from the year. We've been enjoying experimental South African jazz, hallucinatory music from Brazil, Canadian house music, French experimental sounds and loads more - roll on 2020! Tracklisting Girl Band - Salmon of Knowledge (Rough Trade Records, UK) WaqWaq Kingdom - Itadakimasu (P…
 
We continue to celebrate some of our favourites from the year. There's been outstanding Middle Eastern techno, multiple tracks about moving at various pace, blistering Ugandan grime, experimental pop and lots more Tracklisting Ammar 808 and Cheb Hassen Tej - Zawali Fitness Club (Glitterbeat Records, Germany) Rainbow Grave - Ten Million Tons of Shit…
 
Never mind the decade, 2019 itself has been crammed with incredible that needs shouting about again. We've had a year of South Asian hip hop, Mexican techno, Scandinavian jazz, Japanese experimental music and loads more to celebrate. We've got a bit of that this week, and will spend the rest of December celebrating the rest of it. Tracklisting Big …
 
As everyone else retreats into 'best of' lists, we've got one more hour of tip-top new experimental sounds to fill your ears. There's Ukrainian rap, Chinese doom, Russian punk, Canadian organ music and pretty much everything in between. We'll fall into line with our favourites of 2019 next week... Tracklisting Ecko Bazz - Kyusa Embela (Hakuna Kulal…
 
Our second to last podcast before we delve into our review of 2019 shows that the year's slew of quality new music isn't slowing down just yet. Just breathe in the sheer immensity of that Flying Luttenbachers track, or the long-awaited new material from Detroit's Andres. We're also increasingly looking forward to 2020, with the first taste of Katie…
 
Over 250 episodes, the Independent Music Podcast has promoted 3,200 independent artists and record labels. On episode 250, we're doing nothing more than continuing to promote the most interesting artists from across the globe. We start off with one of our favourite new labels out of Germany - Edelfaul - who have twisted krautrocky experimentation f…
 
Musical interval training is the feel of this week's podcast, as we take sharp, sudden shifts from extraordinarily uptempo high-NRG tunes to extraordinarily low-NRG stunners. We've got Korean future funk, abstract electronics from one half of Sleaford Mods, New Zealand dancehall and loads more. Tracklisting Sign Libra - Sea of Islands (RVNG Intl, U…
 
Kick your weekend off with music from a Thai folk dance before taking in our hour of hefty noise, dub experimentation from Portland, Chinese techno, tip top contemporary bass music and loads more. Tracklisting Sebastian Reynolds - Cherd (performed by The Jongkraben Ensemble) (PinDrop Records, UK) Mike Neaves - Shovelwave (self-release, UK) HXXS - D…
 
A bit woozy this week after some blistering music on podcast #246. There are film noir vibes from Germany, rare Obokano music from Kenya, synthpop from Spain, roots reggae from a trio of legendary producers, and loads more. Tracklisting Scalping - Ruptured (Council Records, UK) Crème de Hassan - Song of Dawn (Inversions, UK) Keeley Forsyth - Debris…
 
Heading for the usual extremities this week, flicking between Mexican disco, Chicago jazz, and extreme metal in the first handful of tracks before heading into the deeper realms of sharp Russian punk, off-kilter synth pop, techno, and middle eastern acid. Tracklisting Hotmood - Esta Noche (Star Creature Universal Vibrations, USA) Angel Bat Dawid - …
 
Some of the best tunes of the year in this week's show, not least the absolute dancefloor smasher from Kenya-based MC Yallah. Elsewhere there hefty industrial sounds from Israel, the latest from the brilliant Clipping, Australian finger-picking folk, noise from Shit & Shine and a whole lot more. Tracklisting I'm Being Good - Furniture With Feet (In…
 
Bristol sounds are high on the agenda for this week's Independent Music Podcast from the brutal sounds of the new Pinch EP on Berceruse Heroique to the latest from the wonderful Avon Terror Corps project. Elsewhere we have abstract hiphop from Ghana, Hawaiian leftfield music, Finnish krautrock, Argentinian dance music about dinosaurs and loads more…
 
On the show this week we have the new collaboration between podcast favourites Charles Hayward Laura Cannell, Andre Bosman and Ex Easter Island Head. We have abstract madness from Brazil, punk from Ukraine, the latest from Poland's Trupa Trupa and a lot more. Tracklisting Bonnacons of Doom - ESUS (Rocket Recordings, UK) Satanique Samba Trio - Badtr…
 
Thank you for continuing to listen and share the podcast, every week we love bringing new music to your ears and this week is no different. We have music from Yemen, avant garde jazz from Russia, Thai funk from the Netherlands, filthy dubstep and a load more... Tracklisting El Khat (القات) - Ya Raiyat (يا راعيات) (Batov Records, UK) Rainbow Grave -…
 
Panamanian soul, Indonesian experimentation, Colombian acid cumbia, Kenyan industrial, Lewisham grime and a whole lot more, it's just a standard week of the Independent Music Podcast. We're also exploring the latest sounds from China, Australia, and France. Tracklisting Electric Capablanca - Karpov Counter (Kit Records, UK) WaqWaq Kingdom - Doggy B…
 
Showcasing the best independent music around right now, this week's pod takes us from DR Congo via Uganda, to a Brighton beach, through Italian dancehall, German filth house, abstract folk and into all reaches of experimental and forward-thinking music in between. Tracklisting Rey Sapienz - Dancehall Pigmé (Hakuna Kulala, Uganda) Merlin Nova - Just…
 
On the podcast this week we tick a lot of the boxes: whether you're into cubist hiphop, epic black metal, Indonesian techno, or avant jazz rap we have you covered. There's also intensely danceable sounds from the Lisbon underground, two Taiwanese ex-pats making forward-thinking sounds, gorgeous folk and lots more experimental goodness. Tracklisting…
 
We're off this week as Anthony tours the Scottish highlands. In place of the usual show we have a blistering one from last year that still sounds fresh. Not least the mindblowing sounds of Deafkids, Bliss Signal, and D Double E - sounds that are great to hear every week. We'll be back with a fresh episode next Monday. *** Grime veteran D Double E f…
 
No soft openings this week, as we kick things off with gabba on the excellent Swedish label Northern Electronics. We have the latest from Chris & Cosey's collaboration with Factory Floor's Nik Void in Carter Tutti Void, more new veteran sounds in the latest from Negativland, abstract hip hop, synthy grime, avant garde jazz and loads more Tracklisti…
 
This week we have fantastic new music from the peerless Marie Davidson and the unexpected (yet welcome) collaboration between Mark Lanegan and Not Waving. Elsewhere there's new music from the fabulous Richard Dawson, the latest from The Bug and Burial's Flame 2 project, new sounds from France, Australia, Egypt and more. Tracklisting Richard Dawson …
 
We return this week with the welcoming noise from the debut Petbrick LP, whose album we've been looking forward to since their blinding EP on Closed Casket last year. Elsewhere we have forward-looking Finnish jazz, kologo power from Ghana Turkish disco edits, Somali-Canadian hiphop, Japanese psych and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Petbrick - Horse…
 
This week we haven’t been able to record a new show because Anthony has been very ill for the past few weeks. He is on the mend now and should be back for a show next week. Instead of us putting in another repeat, we thought we would give you the chance to listen to one of our Patron-only bonus shows. This one has been available to them for over a …
 
Straight out of South London is this week's Independent Music Podcast and Lewisham's favourite son Novelist, whose new EP has more than enough bangers to get us going this week. Elsewhere we have cinematic sounds from Israel's Markey Funk and the legendary Pere Ubu, danceable riddims from Portugal, blistering dubstep, and some stunning beautiful mu…
 
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 form…
 
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 Achwg…
 
(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 street…
 
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 Polish …
 
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, Latvian…
 
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. Tracklisti…
 
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 jus…
 
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 Zea…
 
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