Here’s a new episode of our monthly themed mix of lost tunes and forgotten favourites, as first heard on the airwaves of our generous hosts at https://www.indieloungeradio.com/. This month’s hour of entertainment is best enjoyed with a well-stocked bar.
We are very pleased to say that the first episode of our indiepop radio is now online. That’s half an hour of indiepop music, featuring some of the bands you’ll find on this site as well as others like Foundlings or The Goon Sax. If you like to listen to it on the Mixcloud site, please head over there. Read on
The good people at Austin Town Hall have not only had an impeccable run of years of wonderful music recommendations on their website http://austintownhall.com. They are also in their fifth year of running their own record label, which has released 25 records so far (with a clear focus on local artists) – and not one of them is bad. The latest addition to their catalogue is particularly captivating: Austin songwriter David Israel’s second album The Year That Felt Like Two is a sometimes upbeat, sometimes melancholy collection of ten songs, ranging from the surreal to progress in science to reflections on the current state of American existence, media, and technology. Read on