Episode 17: Don’t Get Yourself Killed

September 1, 2008 at 9:13 pm (Uncategorized) (, , )

Well, here we are at the seventeenth edition of the Epileptic Gibbon Podcast Music Show. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. This particular show contains about an hour of music and this month’s focus is the Summer’s End Festival, a UK prog rock festival taking place in Lydney over the dates of the 26th, 27th and 28th of September, 2008. The show focuses on bands performing at this year’s festival, plus a few artists I’d like to see in future years of the event, and we also have an interview with Stephen Lambe, one of the festival’s organisers. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks from where you can find more information about each artist (and the festival).

Total running time: 1 hour and 59 minutes. Downloaded file is 108.8 MB.

1. Idiotsublime (4:09) – Crooked Mouth (Taken from the album ‘Hold In The Sun’; see http://www.crookedmouth.co.uk/)

2. Keeny Wooka Phoola (3:08) – Antique Seeking Nuns (Taken from the EP ‘Mild Profundities’; see www.tfs.co.uk or www.myspace.com/antiqueseekingnuns)

3. When We Were (4:45) – Damon Shulman (Taken from the ‘A Brief Moment of Panic’ ; see www.damonshulman.co.uk or www.gentlegiantmusic.com)


Interview with Stephen Lambe (for more details about the festival see www.myspace.com/summersendfestival)

4. Black Neon (2:59) – Overvibe (Taken from the ‘Armature’ EP; see www.myspace.com/overvibe)

5. Gluttony (12:07) – Magenta (Taken from the album ‘Seven’ ; see www.magenta-web.com/)

6. Glow (5:07) – Glow (Taken from the CD ‘Nearly Live‘; see www.myspace.com/glowuk)

7. Chameleon (9:01) – Thieves’ Kitchen (Taken from the album ‘The Water Road’; see www.thieveskitchen.co.uk/)

8. Little By Little (7:50) – Abel Ganz (Taken from the album ‘Back From The Zone; see www.abelganz.com/)


9. It’s Time (7:43) – they came from the stars i saw them (Taken from the album ‘We Are All In The Gutter But Some of Us Are Looking At They Came From The Stars I Saw Them; see www.isawthem.com)

Big thanks to all the artists and listeners who make this show possible and a special thanks for Stephen Lambe for coming in for the interview. As always, do drop me a comment and let me know what you think. Feedback is always welcome. I’ll be back in October with lots more great music, covering the usual diverse mixture of styles and genres. See you then.


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