Episode 69: Double Danger

September 18, 2011 at 8:17 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , )

This is the 69th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. This show is fairly standard in nature – just lots of great and eclectic music. The feature album is ‘Saturn Day Trajectory’ by the US electronic artist Retic, plus there’s the usual diverse selection of styles and genres, including prog rock, folky stuff and all sorts of other weird & wonderful music. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks from where you can find more information about each artist.

Total running time: 2 hours and 2 minutes. Downloaded file is 112 MB.

1. Sputnik (3:48) – Tomahawks For Targets (Taken from the ‘Total Collapse’ EP; see http://tomahawksfortargets.bandcamp.com/ & www.facebook.com/tomahawksfortargets?sk=wall)

2. I Feel (4:31) –  firefly (Taken from the album, ‘Lightships’; see firefly1.bandcamp.com/album/lightships & www.myspace.com/fireflyburning)

3. Saturn Day Trajectory (4:33) – Retic (Taken from the album Saturn Day Trajectory’; see www.facebook.com/reticface, phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=261521171, & www.cdbaby.com/cd/retictunes)

4. I: Voices in Winter / II: The Realms of the Divine (6:33) – Pure Reason Revolution (Taken from the album ‘The Dark Third’; see purereasonrevolution.co.uk/ & www.last.fm/music/Pure+Reason+Revolution)

5. No Thankful Village (5:37) – Marvin B. Naylor (Taken from the digital single available via marvinbnaylormusic.bandcamp.com/; see also folkwit.com/artists/marvin-b-naylor)

6. Deepest Sea (8:34) – Pinnacle (Taken from the album Meld; see pinnacleband.com/ & www.cdbaby.com/group/pinnacleband)

7. Helix (5:54) – Phideaux (Taken from the album ‘Snowtorch’; see www.bloodfish.com/, www.cdbaby.com/cd/phideaux12 & phideaux.bandcamp.com/)

8. The Mastodon (3:50) – William D Drake (Taken from the album ‘The Rising of the Lights; see williamddrake.wordpress.com/ & williamddrake.bandcamp.com/)

9. Three (3:38) –  Tom Slatter (Currently this track is available exclusively on this podcast show but if you’d like to find out more about Tom, including his latest album, ‘IronBark’ then go to tomslatter.bandcamp.com/, & www.tomslatter.co.uk/ & www.reverbnation.com/tomslatter)

10. An Introduction to Creatures of Love (3:54) – Creatures of Love (This single can be downloaded for free from www.musicglue.net/creaturesoflove/; see also www.facebook.com/creaturesoflove)

11. Actually Everything (3:41) – Retic (Taken from the album Saturn Day Trajectory’; see www.facebook.com/reticface, phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=261521171, & www.cdbaby.com/cd/retictunes)

12. Curved Transmission (3:27) – Earth Size Diamonds (Taken from the album ‘In A Shrinking Forest’; see earthsizediamonds.bandcamp.com/ & www.cdbaby.com/cd/earthsizediamonds)

13. Lyra (4:12) – Telling The Bees (Taken from the album ‘Untie The Wind’; see www.tellingthebees.co.uk/ & www.cdbaby.com/Artist/TellingtheBees)

14. Unfocused (4:02) – Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy (Taken from the album ‘White Magic’; see www.kilbey-kennedy.com/, stevekilbeymartinkennedypresent.bandcamp.com/, & www.facebook.com/kilbeykennedy)

15. Escape (6:35) – Casual Silence (Taken from the album ‘Lost in Life’; see www.casualsilence.nl/ & www.myspace.com/casualsilencemusic)

You can see Casual Silence at this year’s Summer’s End Festival (October, 7-9, 2011 – see www.summersend.co.uk/)

16. Mountains (10:13) – Jack O’ The Clock (Taken from the album ‘Rare Weather’; see jackotheclock.com/home.htmlwww.cdbaby.com/Artist/JackOtheClock & jackotheclock.bandcamp.com/; this track was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley – see music.mevio.com)

17. Transmissions (3:25) – Karda Estra (Taken from the album ‘New Worlds’; see www.kardaestra.co.uk/ & kardaestra.bandcamp.com/album/new-worlds)

18. Rarefy (6:12) – Retic (Taken from the album Saturn Day Trajectory’; see www.facebook.com/reticface, phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=261521171, & www.cdbaby.com/cd/retictunes)

19. Jigsawed (4:48) – Quadrilles (Taken from the single ‘Jigsaw Technique’; see quadrilles.bandcamp.com/album/jigsaw-technique-singlequadrillesmusic.co.uk/ & www.facebook.com/quadrilles?sk=info)

Don’t forget, if you want to win a signed copy of Sanguine Hum’s ‘Diving Bell’ album you need to answer this question: Troopers For Sound is Sanguine Hum’s label but, TFS didn’t always stand for that and originally stood for three other words – what were they? You can send your guess either by leaving a comment on this show’s page or by going to the Eppy Gibbon Facebook group page: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=9610769087

Thanks to all the musicians who let their music be played on the show and thanks to all you listeners too. Please leave a comment if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!). The next show will be another Summer’s End Festival special, featuring an interview with Stephen Lambe.

BTW, thanks to regular listener Tony Owen there is now an App for the Eppy Gibbon podcast show: to find it just type ‘Epileptic Gibbon App’ into Google… & don’t forget you can contribute to and comment on shows by joining the Eppy Gibbon Facebook group: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=9610769087

4 Comments

  1. Sonny said,

    Hello Eppy,

    It’s been a while (I’m very glad to hear that standards haven’t slipped!).

    From the fragility of ‘firefly’ to the proggy keyboard-driven William D Drake (Gentle Giant, eat your heart out!), everything here satisfies. ‘Quadrilles’ was an excellent and very pleasant surprise, too.

    Fine job all around. Now, it’s on to the ‘Long Tracks’ special……

    Best to you,

    SJ

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      Very, very good to have you back, SJ. Sorry for the delay in replying but this has been a manic year. Glad you enjoyed the show – good to know that standards haven’t slipped in your absence.

  2. Tom Hudon said,

    TFS = Tope For Salmon.

    It’s printed right in the ASN liner notes for Careful It’s Tepid. Surprised no one has guessed it yet.

    I already have the Diving Bell, but wouldn’t mind a second copy to send to a friend.

    Tom

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      You are the winner, Tom! Congrats! Can you send me a postal address so I can send you the signed copy of the album. Thanks for taking part.

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