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A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
Jared “Pete” Gile & Carly Evans of The Troubadour Podcast host long form, deep-diving interviews with some of today’s most popular touring musicians in the Red Dirt and Texas Country Music movement. The Troubadour Podcast provides listeners with a behind the scenes look at their favorite artists in the genres. The Troubadour Podcast prides itself in also being another avenue for established artists, as well as up and comers, to get their music discovered by new fans through the unique and re ...
 
The podcast for for all those people who’s lives are influenced, driven or just improved by the art we know and love that is music. On the show we talk to and about independent musicians, artists, songwriters, composers, promoters, managers from all over the UK and even the world who themselves want to discuss music, the industry or even if they want information on how to survive and thrive in their career. There are millions of great stories and advice out there and you can hear them on the ...
 
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Wanna give Pete and Carly a hand at The Troubadour AND get some free swag? CLICK HERE Remember, you can always listen, follow and subscribe to The Troubadour on any of these platforms: iHeart Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Podbean Episode #160 – THE REEVES BROTHERS The Reeves Brothers are back with us for another visit after their first appearance…
 
Yes, another episode and so soon! Great tracks from Dohny Jep – Wine and Dine, Mikey Ball and company – Burning All Night, Blast – Monkey Bait, Krissy Mathews – Carry You, Border Lives – It’s Too Easy, Zen Juddism – Sing My Song, Daniel Roure – Les Baleines Bleuبقلم Nick Tann
 
Idiosyncrasies reign on this week’s Independent Music Podcast as we kick off with the blistering sounds of Barcelona’s Dame Area, and back it up with a rollercoaster of heavy hitting tunes, and extraordinary experimental music, including sitar player Ami Dang’s beautiful record on Phantom Limb, and Chile’s Tecnologiá Para Ser Libres blending multip…
 
UPDATE…. THIS IS AN UPDATED VERSION WITH THE CORRECT SOUND FILE. APOLOGIES. A cracker of a show with some great tunes. The Zealots – Idle Skies, The British IBM – Refuse Trucks in Films, pMad- Sisters, Krooked Tongue – When the Beaches Bleed, Katy Hurt – The Kiss, Iota – Sometimesبقلم Nick Tann
 
There’s a heavy antipodean influence on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, with a whole heap of wonderfully varied sounds with their roots in Oceania. From the stunning experimental folk of Maxine Funke, to the beautiful pop of Carla Dal Forno, through to ‘horrible metal from YANWYTYA, there’s a broad spectrum of noise. Elsewhere, Sarathy Korwa…
 
PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE TROUBADOUR! FOR AS LITTLE AS $3 A MONTH YOU CAN HELP US KEEP THE INTERVIEWS COMING! CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE! Episode #159 – GUITAR FRENCHIE Hey folks – we’re a super excited to bring you this episode with a Troubadour Podcast Alum – Guitar Frenchie is back with us today for his second appearance on the show! Frenc…
 
We’re back from our holidays with a real bang. We may have been away from a few weeks, but our absolute favourites Melt-Banana have been away for the best part of a decade. Their return is everything we hoped for too… apart from a full album! Elsewhere we have our usual mix of eclectic and extravagant experimental music. Starting with the superb co…
 
If you’re a frequent listener to this show you know I’m a huge fan of great songwriting. And today’s guest on the show is what I would consider a “songwriter’s songwriter”. A person whose songs make other songwriter’s say to themselves, “Damn, I wish I’d written that one…” I’m talking about a guy name Zane Williams. Along with having a reputation a…
 
I found this one behind another project I was working on so I asked Chris over and we made a quick episode. It’s pretty diverse with tracks from Ricardo Rawal ft Hytz, Yazzy B, CompreHend and Parko – Play Bout It, Gieger VanMuller – Slide Sonata .04, Death By Bunny – Middkle Class Cavalry, Danny Draycott – Will We Make It Out Alive? Glad we found i…
 
Last of the Raw Power specials with Anthony solo while Gareth is on holiday! Luminous Bodies - Sykes Percolator - Freshin Natalie Sharp - Eh? X'ed Out - Bath it in Kulk - Lives for One Mighty Lord Deathman - Wolf War Pretty Happy - Salami Bloody Head - Homeopathic Mountains Black Shape - The Swamp
 
Gareth is still on holiday so Anthony is here solo with second of 3 Raw Power specials. Raw Power Special 2 Gnod - Still Runnin' Cocaine Piss - Bad Kid Alison Cotton - Violet May Kulk - Slaughterhouse Blyth - Manors Masma Dream World - Play at Night Thank - Very Cool Kurokuma - Under the Fifth Sun Minami Deutsch - Your Pulse Experimental Sonic Mach…
 
Gareth is away on holiday so it's Anthony flying solo in the first of the Raw Power Festival previews. Tracklist: Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Cake of Light Siksa - WALCZYK Z KONANEM / WALTZING WITH AGONY M(h)aol - Bored on Men Benefits - Flag JOHN - A song for people who speed in built up areas Johnny Broke - Disco Nap Penance Stare -…
 
The best way to become good at most things is by simply doing them; by finding out what works and what don’t work; to get in the trenches; to pay your dues, trial and error….and sometime trial by fire. The music business, like any other, has lots of ins and outs, lots of best practices and general rules for success. And as I just said, the best way…
 
Absolute stunners abound on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. Anthony is very excited about the new solo track from Symposium’s Hagop Tchaparian, Gareth has a pair of tracks from Warp Mode pair AK Sports and Bianca Oblivion. We have an absolutely beautiful track from the debut record of Exotic Baryon, we also have a long-awaited debut from Ita…
 
We’re cracking out the lengthy crackers on this week’s Independent Music Podcast – taking it into the jazz left field with France’s Scaring the Mice for Revenge and the Swedish duo Maria W Horn and Sara Parkman. We also have bangers from Japan’s Oyubi, Germany’s Rennhorse with DJ Fuckoff and hmurd. We also have the long-awaited return of Adelaide’s…
 
Welcome to today’s show, and a great show it’ll be! I saw a face book post a few weeks back that was advertising a newly released book called “My Life on the Road with David Allan Coe”. With as colorful of a character as I knew Coe to be, I of course wanted to learn more! I found out that book was written by a guy named Mickey Hayes who played bass…
 
Pat Green exploded on to the Texas Country Music scene in the late 1990s and quickly became one of its' most popular acts. Over a career spanning 25 years, he went from being a regional college bar favorite to opening shows and sharing stages with nationally known artists like Keith Urban, Dave Matthews and Kenny Chesney. In this episode of The Tro…
 
A real pick n mix of superb genres on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, from Irish punk of M(H)aol, to Singaporean grind core from Wormrot, stopping by at breakcore, ambient birdsong, and whatever the hell Stabscotch is… We have grime from the legendary Riko Dan, absolutely barnstorming funk from Nashville, and a whole lot more. To listen to t…
 
Boom and we’re in with another red hot episode with The Motor Trade – Trouble, Gran Fallon – Please Write Responsibly, The Great Leslie – Feel Alive, The Black Feathers – Angel Dust and Cyanide plus another one from Nick Tann and The Whole Family – CSMY. It’s all good baby. For perhaps the last time, what is your favourite track from this show? The…
 
We’re going fairly deep into the underground on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, with self-released unknown diamonds from Japan, Taiwan, and the UK. From digital dancehall to “the ugliest music in humanity”, via deep drone metal, hiphop, and extreme ambient abstract music. To listen to the full episode, please join our Patreon: patreon.com/in…
 
We’re setting out our own club night on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. Well, it might not quite seem that way whilst we’re playing avant-industrial Afghan folk music, soul, or big band numbers, but rattle through breakcore, acid house, and techstep-infused gqom and you’ll be soon moving a bit more freely. To listen to the full episode, plea…
 
Hey friends - welcome to today’s episode!! Today, Oklahoman and lead singer and songwriter of the band Ragland is with us. Autumn Ragland, who fronts the band that bears her name, is certainly a talented artist I’m glad we were able to hook up with here on the Troubadour. Carly and I often receive submissions of music or suggestions on artists we s…
 
And we are back in the room, namely my studio in Eastleigh in jolly old Hampshire and it’s ben too long so lets just get into this. After a breathless intro you can hear Haytor – 15, Schnauser – Forever, Blue Evolution – Death Toll Rising, Nick Tann & The Whole Family – Had It All, Ells – His Words Lie Heavy. Be sure to vote for your favourite belo…
 
Real upbeat vibes crash headlong into musique concrète on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From the electro dubs of Sordid Sound System to French digital dancehall via Persian electro pop of Liraz. Elsewhere, there’s forbidden Chinese avant garde music from long-time favourite Kink Gong, the latest from Icelandic theremin player Hekla, and ob…
 
A phenomenal range of sounds across a truly global Independent Music Podcast this week, kicking off with Baltimore hip-hop experimentation from the superb collaboration between Infinity Knives and Brian Ennals, and taking turns via Egyptian techno grime, Chilean abstract ambient, Canadian-Mexican breakcore, and French whatever you’d describe the cr…
 
After been forced out of clubs for two years, we’d almost forgotten what a true late night club banger sounded like. Fortunately Lobster Theremin are on hand, specifically with the cracking new D. Dan record, to get you all deep into it this week.Elsewhere it’s a journey all over the world: we have ferocious Polish punk from Ohyda, immense percussi…
 
On this episode of The Troubadour you’re going to hear the interesting story of how a horsemen and a wilderness ranger for more than a decade in Western Montana named Michael Shaw morphed into an up and coming singer-songwriter and musician that you are gonna want to check out. Michael’s debut album, He Rode On, dropped on June 3rd, 2022. Michael c…
 
We have a lot of abstraction and lo-fi bouncy dance music on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From the opening obtuseness of Tasos Stamou’s new record on French label Akuphone, to fellow stablemates Ko Shin Moon’s new self-released blend of Greek, Turkish and Kurdish music, there’s a lot to love through ten strange and experimental tracks. Tr…
 
We’ve never really put much value on genre descriptors – the best music seems to be a meld of influences that creates a new sound altogether – and it’s just as well with this show, where we have no words to describe whatever the music of Inhumankind is.We also have a cracking new one from Nihiloxica member pq, whose new record on Lapsus takes you o…
 
Decided to make a special featuring a small sample of some of favourite tracks I have played on the show Spud Cannon – You Had It All, Atari Pilot – Wrong Captain, The Zealots – Memories, Broken Links – The Day Called X, The Cadbury Sisters – You Chose and Vendor Defender – Golden Shivers Which was your favourite? Vote below and only good things ca…
 
Hey friends - welcome to today’s episode!! Singer-Songwriter and artist Will Carter is back with us today for his 2nd appearance on the show. Will first joined us on The Troubadour in episode #64 way back in February of 2020. On today’s episode we’ll catch up with Will on what he’s been doing since then and talk about his new-found approach to reco…
 
Nothing is ever quite how it seems when it comes to the music of the Independent Music Podcast, and so it continues this week, with Japanese grime crashing head on into no wave synth pop, beautiful danish looping vocal work, tangerine dream pop, and thundering techno – amongst others. We have birdsong from Western Africa, untethered techno from Sou…
 
Yes it’s getting to be more of a weekly thing as is the plan. Did you vote in the last poll? I’ll tell you who was winning last time I looked plus you can vote on this one too. You have some great tracks to chose from as we played tracks from Mark Daly – Gotta Run, Ron Briskin – Meteor Shower, Cosmic Cold War, Jodie Langford – Tv or not Tv and Redg…
 
After last week’s podcast saw artists stretching out the length of their tracks, this week’s sees some of the world’s most exciting independent artists consolidating into shorter tracks of delight. From the gabber of Lady Neptune, to the sound art of Chrome Hoof’s Chlöe Herrington, via the futuristic jazz of Polish five-piece EABS, there’s a lot to…
 
Legendary Country Music icon Jerry Reed was a monster guitar player. Some folks probably aren’t aware that Jerry Reed, the guy that played the part of “The Snowman” in the 1977 Hollywood movie “Smoky and The Bandit” alongside Burt Reynolds, was not only a great singer and songwriter, he was also simply an uncanny animal with a guitar in his hands. …
 
With a slightly new format to try out, lets see how this works eh? Great Music from Ocean Flaws – Keep It Cool, Avalanche – Bottle of Sin, pMad – Broken, Near Death Experience – Underground and Mount Forel – The Hum. Vote below for your favourite track. click here to listen on Spotify What was your favourite track in this weeks podcast? Ocean Flaws…
 
Exceptional long workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast coming at you from all over the musical spectrum. From ferocious Japanese space rock to twisted metal, to fire and brimstone spiritual jazz, there’s a lot to spend some good quality time with. On the shorter side, we have Maori recordings from the early 20th Century, ex-Black Dice/L…
 
Tracklisting Amaria Hamadalher – Tarhanine (Sahel Sounds, USA) J. Zunz – Ráfaga (Rocket Recordings, UK) Cheb Terro vs DJ Die Soon – Underplanet (Drowned by Locals, Jordan) Alex Figueira – Aprende (Music With Soul, Netherlands) Otoboke Beaver – Dirty old fart is waiting for my reaction (ジジイ is waiting for my reaction) (Damnably, UK) Hatis Noit – Aur…
 
What a great time to listen to some brilliant music! This week, joined by the mighty Chris Smith, we have some corkers with Piqued Jacks – Particles, Pattern Pusher – Holding On, Mike Nesbet – Real Love, Amber Prothero – Confident, Temple Invisible – Over My Feet, Whimsical – Rewind. Which was your favourite?…
 
We’re back after our week off and we kick off dub heavy, with thumping dubs of Global Switch followed-up with the 8-bit riddims of Robot Riddims. We have synth pop, gothic pop, avant-folk and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Global Switch – Dub Ridddem Arrange 1 (self-release, UK) Robot_Riddims – Warning feat. Rex Domino (self-release, UK) Širom – I …
 
There's no new Independent Music Podcast this week, but we're filling that new music void with the first episode of Anthony's new Baba Yaga's Hut podcast, showcasing the artists he's bringing to London in the foreseeable future. Including plenty of podcast favourites old and new. Subscribe by searching 'baba yaga's hut' wherever you're listening to…
 
Today’s show features an artist who marches to the beat of his own drummer and takes life by the horns. Paul Cauthen’s new record, Country Coming Down is out now and its vintage Paul. We’ve been wanting to have “Big Velvet” on the show for a long time! It finally worked out and our visit didn’t disappoint! Country Coming Down is full of bangers and…
 
We’re moving fairly uptempo this week. The opening refrain of piano music from 自主制作テクノ(ミヤタ) quickly gives way to blistering techno, and we have plenty of examples of high, obtuse BPM to rattle through a strong hour along with.It’s not all wildly uptempo though, we gave you the first taste of Lia Mice’s new record on Objects Limited way back in Augu…
 
What a selection this is! We’re always happy with the selection of music we bring to each and every Independent Music Podcast, but there is something truly magical about this combination of tracks. There’s a whole lot of maximalism in small packages, from the very first track we have heavy jazz skronk combining with ferocious ‘punch a hole in your …
 
Plenty of exceptional experimental workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, starting off with a wild change of direction from Comité Hypnotisé, whose new record marks a wild change of direction from last year’s Dubs Pour Oh La La – one of our favourites from 2021. The new direction is equally magnificent though, drawing on a wide range of…
 
On today’s show we welcome back past guest and our buddy William Clark Green. Will’s new record comes out on March 25th and is titled “Baker Hotel”. Carly and I were lucky enough to be able to listen to an advance digital copy of the record and it’s vintage William Clark Green loaded with great songwriting and some tracks that you simply can’t list…
 
I get to debute the new single by my new band Nick Tann and The Whole Family – Had It all that dropped on to Spotify as a single today as well as great tracks from Charlie Smith – Have It All, Bethy – Like That, Kelsey Gill – Rob Me Blind, Temple Invisible – Stardust, Cosmic Ninja – By Design. It’s a great show with some beautiful music. You should…
 
We’re spending significant time in the northern hemisphere this week, starting off with legendary Afghan Ghazal singer Dr. Mohammad Sadiq Fitrat a.k.a. Nashenas, and moving swiftly into contemporary hypnotic Thai sounds from Mogambo. Trips to Sweden, Israel, and the UK follow, including the fabulous new recorder-led record from Laura Cannell, and s…
 
A real trippy journey on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, where we take you on a wild ride through various interpretations of contemporary psychedelia. From the exquisite vapourware of Naomie Klaus, to the epic metronomic psych experiments of Turkey’s Anadol, via hypnotic ritual chanting from Cobracoral, there’s a whole middle section of this…
 
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