Episode 133: Traitor in Zebra

July 30, 2014 at 5:24 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , )

This is the 133rd edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the playlist to accompany it. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. You can also listen via Mixcloud here. Following the last show (my half-term report on some of my favourite tracks and albums of 2014 so far) this time around I feature a mixture of new releases, some older tracks and some of my reflections on EppyFest 3. The show features the usual eclectic mixture of music, plus we have a feature album, ‘Divers’, the diverse electronica album from 2006 by FortDax so you’ll hear three tracks from that. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks to where you can find more information about each artist.

Total running time: 2 hour and 21 minutes. Downloaded file is 128.6 MB.

1. Mystery Grandma (3:29) – Stop Motion Orchestra (Taken from the album ‘Instant Everything!; see www.stopmotionorchestra.com/, stopmotionorchestra.bandcamp.com/album/instant-everything & www.facebook.com/stopmotionorchestra/info)

2. The Starting Gun (3:42) – Candythief (Taken from the single of the same name; see candythief.bandcamp.com, www.candythief.com/ & www.facebook.com/candythiefmusic)

3. Black Water (4:32) – Tom Slatter (Taken from the EP ‘Black Water’; see tomslatter.bandcamp.com/, www.tomslatter.co.uk/ & www.facebook.com/tomslattermusic)

4. Everything Is Fine (7″ edit) (4:11) – Sundae Club feat. Matt Berry (Taken from the micro-album ‘The 8-Track Stereo Record’; see sundaeclub.bandcamp.com/album/the-8-track-stereo-record & www.facebook.com/sundaeclub)

As part of the new regular feature, ‘Cats’ Corner’, with jingle music composed especially by Luna Trick

5. The Cats In Your House (2:35) – Kiss Kiss (Taken from the album ’Reality Vs. The Optimist′; see www.facebook.com/kisskisstheband, joshuabenash.com/ & joshbenash.bandcamp.com/)

6. The Pheasant’s Eye (6:12) – FortDax (Taken from the album Divers; see www.fedge.net/fortdax/ & to download the FortDax archival free of charge go to www.fedge.net/fortdax/archival/02.html)

7. Suspiria (Main Title) (5:55) – Goblin (Taken from the album ‘Goblin Collection 1975-1989’; for details about the forthcoming Goblin performances in London see store.unionchapel.org.uk/ & see also www.goblinsimonetti.com/ & www.goblinweb.com/)

8. In A Lifetime (8:44) – Unto Us (Taken from the album The Human Landscape; see untous.com/ & www.facebook.com/pages/Unto-Us/215280425160974?fref=ts)

9. The Skulls We Buried Have Regrown Their Eyes (4:45) – Knifeworld (Taken from the album ‘The Unravelling’; see www.knifeworld.co.uk/www.facebook.com/knifeworld & www.insideoutmusic.com/artist.aspx?IdArtist=773)

10. Ageless (5:18) – The Light Afternoon (Taken from the album ‘Among The Family Tree′; see www.thelightafternoon.com/itunes.apple.com/gb/album/among-the-family-tree/id835799029 & www.facebook.com/thelightafternoon)

11. Oliver Postgate Intro and Main Ivor Theme (2:09) – Vernon Elliott (Taken from the album ‘Ivor The Engine And Pogles’ Wood’; see www.trunkrecords.com/turntable/pogles_ivor.shtml)

12. Strange Place For Monks (4:44) – Quest Ensemble (Taken from the album ‘Footfall’; see qensemble.bandcamp.com/ & www.facebook.com/QuestEnsemble)

13. Hollywood Says So (4:28) – Stars In Battledress (Taken from the album ‘In Droplet Form’; see www.starsinbattledress.com/, www.thegenepool.co.uk/labels/Believers+Roast.htm & www.facebook.com/starsinbattledress)

14. A Beverley Mythic (4:18) – FortDax (Taken from the album Divers; see www.fedge.net/fortdax/ & to download the FortDax archival free of charge go to www.fedge.net/fortdax/archival/02.html)

15. The Sun Is Mine (4:25) – The Dowling Poole (Taken from the album ‘Bleak Strategies’; see www.pledgemusic.com/projects/thedowlingpoole & www.facebook.com/TheDowlingPoole)

16. The Never Delivery of Yesterday (4:00) – Marvin B. Naylor (Taken from the album ‘Earth and All The Universes’; see marvinbnaylormusic.bandcamp.com/ & marvinbnaylor.com/)

17. Empty Heart (4:03) – I Am Your Autopilot (Taken from the album ‘Robots In The Orchestra’; see www.iamyourautopilot.com/, iamyourautopilot.bandcamp.com/album/robots-in-the-orchestra & www.facebook.com/IAmYourAutopilot)

Don’t forget that you can see I Am Your Autopilot and numerous other bands at the Resonance Festival which runs from 31st July to 3rd August – www.resonance-festival.com/

18. Nightmusic (6:45) – Tonbruket (Taken from the album ‘Nubium Swimtrip’; see tonbruket.se/)

19. Love (5:10) – Mica Levi (Taken from the album ‘Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer’s Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’; see www.academyfilms.com/jonathan-glazer, www.micachu.biz/ & www.facebook.com/pages/Micachu/10361552241)

20. Smiler at 50 (8:20) – Tim Bowness (Taken from the album ‘Abandoned Dancehall Dreams’; see timbowness.co.uk/ & www.facebook.com/timbowness)

As part of the feature, ‘The 80s Weren’t All Rubbish You Know!’ …

21. Will You? (4:49) – Hazel O’Connor (Taken from the album ‘Breaking Glass’; see www.hazeloconnor.com/)

22. No Gold (3:32) – Cardiacs (Taken from the album ‘Sing To God’; see www.cardiacs.net/)

23. C Conceit, Knot, Point, Hanging… (4:35) – FortDax (Taken from the album Divers; see www.fedge.net/fortdax/ & to download the FortDax archival free of charge go to www.fedge.net/fortdax/archival/02.html)

Many thanks as always to all the bands, musicians and listeners who make this podcast possible and also thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of EppyFest – it will return next year. Please leave a comment if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!) or if you want to have your say on anything else connected to this podcast. If you want to keep up to date with news about this podcast, EppyFest, or just chat with other listeners, don’t forget that there’s a Facebook group – just search for the Eppy Gibbon Podcast Show on Facebook and request to join. Next time I’ll be back for a very special show, an interview with the legendary Judy Dyble, so I hope you’ll come back for that.



  1. Brian G. said,

    Such a great show. I listened to it over three days and needed that long to take it all in. I take the show with me during my world travels by downloading to my phone. Always something to enjoy. Thanks.

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      Many thanks for the kind words Brian! So glad to hear you enjoyed it.

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