One documentary we really want to catch is Stick ‘Em Up! a movie about the illegal art street movement in Houston Texas. Watch the trailer it looks fascinating.
The film will be part of the after hours block on March 9th.
To find out about the programming for the expo (the schedule is now up!) go to
Opening the podcast Feb. 11 is Airbomb with “I’m so sick”
I love this band. Take a look at an older song “Nihil”
Making their debut on our podcast Feb. 4 is Spoons and Chopsticks with their song “Chicago”. A local band from Elk River MN, the band recorded and released their own full length album. Here is another song from the band when they appeared on a local television show.
Making their debut on our podcast this week is The Electric Mess with “You’ve Become a Witch”
Check out another one of their songs with this video that just came out from their new EP!
Making his debut on our podcast all the way from Bangalore this week is Mahesh.
Mahesh is involved in his local music scene in India, bringing a folky, bluesy, accoustic sound. Now, Mahesh has reached out and wants to spread his music all over the world with the power of new media. His EP, Beyond The Door, is available to American listeners through itunes.
If you dig it, and want his music to be played in more of a rotation, drop us a line and let us know.
You can here “Towards The Edge” on this week’s podcast.
This week, we are debuting new songs from Crankshaft and The Gear Grinders from their new album to be released on Feb 5.
This week, submitted artist Southway makes their debut on our podcast
a new wave/electro band from the UK…
If you want to see this in regular rotation, send us a line and let us know!
You may remember one of our former feature bands last year, Being There… London based indie alt-rockers Being There will release their debut album, Breaking Away, on January 29 in the U.S. via Young & Lost Club.
Formed towards the end of 2010 after meeting at university in Manchester, the now London based band Being There started working with label Young & Lost Club from the offset, after vocalist and guitarist Sammy Lewis previously worked with the label as a solo performer. Joined by James Robinson (bass & vocals), Tom Rapanakis (drums) and Nick Olorenshaw (lead guitar) Being There spent 2011 on the road with Noah & The Whale, releasing their debut single, recording their debut album and rounding the year off as one of NME’s ones to watch for 2012.
Being There spent much of 2012 on the road with a brief stint in the studio to record Breaking Away onto tape during a two-week stay in Leeds with producer Richard Formby (Wild Beasts, Spectrals).
With a strong coming of age theme, Breaking Away is inspired by a nostalgia for teen years that feel full of possibility, but are also, as Sammy says, a time that’s “tinged with a sense of limitation, feeling trapped in the suburbs waiting to grow up or just waiting for something to happen”. The band are conscious that it also relates to the current environment where “so many people we know are experiencing an extended adolescence, where you are a graduate but can’t find a job and are stuck at home again dreaming of escape”.
Seriously impressed with the new trailer for Man Of Steel, which is the new Superman movie. How it all plays out we will have to see, but for now I’ll admit, I’m pretty interested.