Episode 029 of America's Next Top Podcast features new tapes from Lero, Braeden Jae, REV//REV, ¡PONG=PONG! and Smiling Disease. There's guitars, actual songs, even a few people actually singing. Wild. Here's the list:
- Somehow Commissioned #2 : TEXTURE (Phinery)
- Braeden Jae - Turnings (Inner Islands)
- Zener - Palanca Arbiraria (Horror Fiction Tapes)
- Peter Kris - Nunavut (Tymbal Tapes)
- Lero - Ad Astra (Geology Records)
- Smiling Disease - Beach Bodies 2008-1024 (Memorials of Distinction)
- Lisa Papineau - Bleed Noise (Hornbuckle Records)
- REV//REV (Castle Bravo)
- Pleasure Curses - Pure Lust (Prince George Records)
- Brainchai / Ilkae - Athena (Field Hymns)
- Alexandra Atnif / Constable Flavour - Alexandra Atnif +/- Constable Flavour
Thanks again to Mathew Goike for sponsoring this episode of the show. Be sure to visit Goike.com for free US shipping (and discounted international shipping) on all in-stock eurorack modular synthesizer enclosures by using discount code NORELCOMORI at checkout.
Don't forget to join the mailing list this week for a chance to win a copy of Phinery's Somehow Commissioned #2 : TEXTURE compilation and zine. One Unlucky Listener will be chosen in our next episode. Stay tuned.
After rocking so hard to that Lisa Papineau track, I mistakingly referred to the album as Explosion, which it is definitely not called. It's actually called Blood Noise and the track I played was Frozen Blue. Thanks to Hornbuckle Records for sending that one in.