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SnC 161 – Wed 01 Apr 2009

My thanks to Pete Cogle for pointing out that I’d left the MP3 file out when publishing the show last night. Doh! It is in now but if you subscribe to the show and found 161 a bit quiet, you may need to download it again. Sorry. PS Thanks to Graham Holland for posing for the picture too :)A frantic week again with yesterday spent in London, loads of work pressure and Podcrawl to plan for as well as hosting the AMPed show for Monday.Some great and varied music again this week with quite a few tracks from New York and others from Los Angeles, Ontario, London and Buenos Aires.It seems to be spring around The Barn. Quite a few frogs have been making their way to the pond today (right), with just one thing on their mind and  I’d say you can see it in their eye. My Machine – Queen V (New York, NY)From the album Death or Glory. My Machine, is an unrelenting, speeding ride, is about being "a proud sexual woman in the face of all the guilt and shame women are supposed to feel." She explains, "It felt good to vent my frustrations with people who are afraid or intimidated by my Catherine The Great size appetite for passion and intensity." V makes her case for wanting to "just get down to it," with her deep, heavy breaths layered over Tom Morello’s ferocious guitar riffs."www.queenv.comwww.myspace.com/queenv8 O’Clock Train – 46 Bliss (New York, NY)The voluptuous alto voice of Clare Veniot gives way to a satiny upper register that feels timeless in its simplicity, providing a perfect balance to the technological mastery of vocalist, programmer and keyboardist David Cooper and electronic drummer Jack Freudenheim, creator of ambient music software Sounder.46bliss, perhaps best known for their song The Way You Are featured on the show Veronica Mars and CSI-NY, and In A Long Time, one of the most played songs in podcasting, are releasing a 2-CD set of 46bliss tracks reworked by remixers from 6 countries. The 46bliss campaign in support of the CDs is called 20 remixes in 20 weeks, during which they will release a remix a week to the public via PodsSafe Music Network, Myspace, Facebook etc.www.46bliss.com/www.myspace.com/46blissNothing less than you – Stan Harrison (New York, NY)Stan Harrison has recorded and toured with some of the most outstanding people in the music business, including David Bowie, Radiohead, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Serge Gainsbourg, Duran Duran, Talking Heads and many others. Now, he is stepping out as a solo artist with a CD containing 10 of his original instrumental and vocal compostions, accompanied by artists such as Philip Bailey and Phoebe Snow.www.stanharrison.comwww.myspace.com/stanharrisonThis sentence will ruin/save your life – Born Ruffians (green go remix) (Ontario, Canada)Guelph, Ontario’s shouty dance funk pop band, Green Go compriseFerenc Stenton, Jessica Tollefsen, Kyle Squance, Mark Andrade, Adam Scott.They are releasing the Green Go Remix Project Vol. 1. Explosive remixes of everyone’s favorite Canadian indie rock tracks from Born Ruffians, the Rural Alberta Advantage, Women, Gentlemen Reg, and The D’Urbervilles are re-wrapped in the synth heavy, freak out inducing, sweaty ways Green Go have become so well known for.GoGreen are gearing up for the release of their debut full-length album, Borders, at the Ebar in Guelph! On 16th of this month (April).A whole string of live shows around Ontario and Quebec this month.www.greengomusic.comInvisible – Wendy and Lisa (Los Angeles, CA)From White Flags of Winter Chimneys.Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, better known as the legendary duo Wendy and Lisa, have released their new album, White Flags of Winter Chimneys.White Flags of Winter Chimneys is Wendy and Lisa’s first album since 1998’s Girl Bros. Self-produced and self-released by the duo, the album is a gorgeous kaleidoscope of song-compositions with influences ranging from trance to electronica to 70’s funk and straight up rock and roll.You should be able to stream the entire album right here.

http://wendyandlisa.comwww.myspace.com/gbnmusicIce Cube Massage – Lord Numb (UK)From the current Numb the pain album from Dedpop.Lord Numb is one half of revered DJ duo The Reject Club, the other half being Spidersleg. They play regularly in Holland and at various select venues in Olde Lahndan Tahn, init?Lord Numb has been supplying electricity for the Monkey Machine since the glorious death of all music. He favours the guitar and synthesizer above all else.The 2008 EP Comfortably Numb is also available for free download both are at:http://dedpop.co.uk/lordnumbwww.myspace.com/lordynumbPodcrawl on Saturday www.podcrawl.blogspot.com/AMPed on MondayThe show, AMPed 173 will be available from Monday. While you’re their take a listen to some of the other shows in the player. There are links to all the member podcasts on the front page of the AMP site or on the links page at Suffolkandcool.comhttp://musicpodcasting.orgLa Luz del Ritmo – Los Fabulosos Cadilacs (Buenos Aires, Argentina)From their album of the same name on Nacional Records.Recognized for their groundbreaking fusion of ska, rock, tropical, punk, reggae and Latin rhythms, Los Fabulosos CadillacsBack after a seven year hiatus, Buenos Aires’s acclaimed Latin-rock outfit, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, have reassembled to release the highly anticipated La Luz del Ritmo (The Light of Rhythm).They became stars in their native Argentina throughout the late 80s before propelling the Latin Rock genre into the international spotlight in the 90s. Songs like "Matador" and "Mal Bicho" were anthems for a generation and inspired thousands of youth and musicians across the globe. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs’ reputation led to recording collaborations with a variety of stars including Mick Jones (of The Clash), Celia Cruz, Ruben Blades, Deborah Harry (Blondie), Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth (of the Talking Heads).
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs "Malbicho" (mp3) from "La Luz Del Ritmo" (Nacional Records) Buy at Rhapsody Stream from Rhapsody More On This Album

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