Friday, 21 October 2011

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... Pickard's Bell


Rob Morgan and Callum Eckersley would live in Portland but we hear we eat too much meat to be granted the required indie permit. We play a track from the new M83 long-long player and ask whether the double-album requires too much commitment? We finally get round to hearing and loving the new Stepkids LP, there's something new from Grimes, something Beach Boys'y from Minks, a song from Bad Guys who will be bringing their metal riffs and punk rants to Lead Soup on 29th oct and some other delights. Take a listen innit.

Girls Names - Black Saturday
 M83 - Year one, one UFO
Minks - Little Fawn
Charts - Slow Down Tiger
The Stepkids - Brain Ninja
Roboterwerke - Let's Beam Him Up
Cass McCombs - County Line
Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx - Nightcall
Grimes - Oblivion
Acid Baby Jesus - Tooth to Toe
Bad Guys - Hips
Moscow Olympics - Keeping the Avenues Open

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... Bears are too uptight to play reggae

Rob and Callum have search the big bucket of shit that is music and have returned with nuggets, gems and gold. There's blue-eyed soul-power-pop-garage-punk from Royal Headache, forgotten shoegaze from Should, the 'meandering' Psychic Ills, songs from our favourite albums of the moment by Thundercat, Girls and The War on Drugs and a few more - you'll have to listen to find out.


Royal Headache - Girls
French Kissing - Let Yourself Go
Wool - It Was Such A Lovely Night
Psychic Ills - Mind Daze
Should - Faded
It Is Rain In My Face - Eyes Open
Thundercat - Walkin'
Lloyd Charmers - Darker Than Blue 
Girls - Myma
The Sun Electric Band - About a URL
Silver Dapple - (pauses)
FIDLAR - Max Can't Surf
The War on Drugs - Blackwater

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

If There Is Hell Below... The 90s - the last decade?

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There were two types of kids in the 90s: those that had Sky (Rob) and those that didn't (Callum). Rob gives Callum a little window into that illusive world via the wonder that was The Adventures of Pete & Pete. We have music from Charles Bradley and his superior version of a Nirvana song, a new track from Sic Alp, the melancholy beauty of A Grave with No Name, a track from Robert Cacciapaglia's Ann Steel Album, the Spacemen 3'esque Dead Luke, hip hop from Oddisee and more.


Polaris - Hey Sandy
Robert Cacciapaglia - Media
Gathered Ghosts - Feels Like Nothing
Tropical Popsicle - Always Awake in Shadows
Dead Luke - God of Nothing
Charles Bradley and the Menahan Street Band - Stay Away
Oddisee - For Certain ( feat. Diamond District)
White Birds - Hondora 
Bleached - You Take Time
Sic Alps - Battery Townsley
Diarrhea Planet - Warm Ridin'
A Grave With No Name - Crows