Cadence Revolution – Show 76

August 9, 2008


Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass on a summer day listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is hardly a waste of time.

With the arrival of the dog days of summer, thoughts often turn more towards lying on the beach instead of running along one. Taking a break from a physical activity for a week, or simply lowering the intensity and duration can gain you a big benefit. Pampering the body with a change in break or reduced activity level, gives it time to heal and recover from minor aches so when you pick the pace back up you feel re-energized.

We’ve warmed things up in the past with a trio of female artists, and this week we let the men have the spotlight to get things moving.

Matthew Ebel has seen his music journey from heavy metal, prog rock to acoustic geek-rock with the release of Beer & Coffee, as we then offer up another track from one of our favorite new finds, The Black Ghosts.

Theo Keating and Simon Lord discovered each other via the internet, and only met after working on a significant amount of material of there self labeled ‘perverse pop-music’.

Closing out the warm up in another new find courtesy of the good folks at Ariel Publicity, and Second Dan whose sound is reminiscent of the early days of U2. Intelligent songwriting combined with music tinged with the energy of The Replacements and the complexity of Radiohead.

Cranking things up is a great free collaboration under the heading of CABACA that brings artists from Asia Pacific and spans not just borders, but languages and genres. The artists have released the resulting album for free, and we show off the combined talents of two Taiwanese artists, hip-hop group Kou Chou Ching and the amazing MoShang with vocals by Sonja V.

Jef Stott has cast his musical net from Africa to the Middle East, studying under master musicians from Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iran and Turkey which led him to become accomplished many traditional stringed and percussion instruments, and whose music melds their rhythms and energy into one big groove.

Drawing from Jazz, Soul, Latin, African, Brazilian and mixing them with electronic music into a masterful blend is something we’ve grown accustomed to from Japans Studio Apartment (DJ/Producer Masanori Morita and keyboardist Noboru Abe) and layering on the vocal talents of Monique Bingham raises the resulting product into musical overdrive.

Fat Naked Lady, composed of Yuri Gonzalez (bass/programming) Carlos Acevedo (percussion) and Hugo Sources (guitar), keeps the energy up and the vibe stuck in groove before we glide into the soulful sound of J’Nay, that have led some to compare him to the likes of Sam Cooke, Al Green, and Prince.

Ananda Project shows off why they are a musical juggernaut that has taken the dance floor by storm, since their inception in 1998, with another track with their eclectic and sensuous sounds that meld euphoric soulful house with contemplative r&b, spiritually-minded cosmic jazz-fusion, organic Balearic grooves, supple electronic textures and percussive Afro-Latin rhythms.

The Orb (one of the founding fathers of ambient house) steps in to close the work out with a song that once heard will stick with you for a long time, as they blend old world with new, dance with searing guitar, all supported by an infectious bassline.

Balkan Fanatik returns, this time to cool things down, with another of their unique fusions of today’s sound with synth pop, hip hop, and contemporary electronic dance music into traditional Eastern-European folk sounds.

Closing things out this week is one of Hungary’s more famous DJ’s Hamvai PG teaming up with The Flamemakers for a chilled out sound with just a hint of Asian influences.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 Matthew EbelDrive Away
04:18 The Black GhostsSomething New
07:13 Second DanThe Elephant Fell To Earth

Crank It Up
10:10 Kou Chou ChingNaluwan House*
13:44 Jef StottLamaset (Miami Mix)
19:44 Studio Apartment featuring Monique BinghamFound Him (Kerri Chandler Bigga Vocal Mix)
30:02 Fat Naked LadyFat Naked Dancer
35:22 J’nayWhere Do We Go
38:36 Ananda ProjectFireworks (Roots Vocal Mix)
44:55 The OrbVuja De (Pathaan’s Musical Rickshaw Remix)

Cool It Down
51:57 Balkan FanatikElment az én rózsám (Zoohacker folk tronic remix)
54:58 Hamvai PG and The FlameMakersSummer Vibe (Chill Out Remix)

Run Time 01:00:02

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Second Dan – Bringing Down Goliath

August 7, 2008

 Second Dan - Bringing Down Goliath

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These days when bands that are labeled under the ‘pop/rock’ tag seem to be able to only put out one or two decent tracks before they throw in the towel and serve up mediocre material just to fill a CD up, ‘Bringing Down Goliath’ is an 11 track wonder that takes you on a nonstop musical journey filled with energy, and drive from the thoughtful lyrics to the blood pumping music.

Second Dan is fronted by vocalist and ex-Australian Dan Rosen, who traveled to New York’s famed East Village, after receiving critical success for his debut EP in his homeland, where he gathered the nucleus that would become the engine for Second Dan.

The band is rounded out by bassist Daniel Reisbick who lays on a bassline so thick it sticks to your ear canals which maniacal drummer Sonny Ratcliff thumps and thrashes around, as guitarists Adam Wolfe Lerner and Rosen weave the wizardry of Pete Townsend and The Edge for guitar riffs that can drift and swirl or have the force of a sonic tsunami.

The band is rounded out by bassist Daniel Reisbick who lays on a bassline so thick it sticks to your ear canals which maniacal drummer Sonny Ratcliff thumps and thrashes around, as guitarist Adam Wolfe Lerner weaves the wizardry of Pete Townsend meets The Edge for guitar riffs that drift or have the force of a sonic tsunami.

Together this foursome have taken elements that will remind you at times of the bare bones early days of U2 meeting the guitar wall of sound of Oasis with touches of Elvis Costello and The Attractions along with a nod to The Replacements and channeling them into their debut album ‘Bringing Down Goliath’.

Trying to pick out one or two favorite tracks on this release is next to impossible. Before you know it you will simply say to heck with it and hit repeat all.

From the swelling of the opening chords of ‘Color My World’, to the finger popping ‘I Met A Girl’, the bluesy feeling and whimsical ‘The Elephant Fell To Earth’, the dreamy acoustic based ‘Everything is Good’ allows you to catch your breath before the Oasis sonic tour de force that is ‘Make Me Want To’ slams into you and closing with the Smashing Pumpkin feeling ‘How You Getting On?’ makes you wish ‘Bringing Down Goliath’, would keep going on and on.

Track List

1 Color of My World
2 Forget To Remember
3 I Met a Girl
4 The Elephant Fell to Earth
5 Running Out of Feelings
6 Everything is Good
7 Make Me Want To
8 Love and Innocence
9 Run v Hide
10 Duwachuwant
11 How You Getting On?

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Cadence Revolution – Show 75

August 2, 2008


Success will never be a big step in the future, success is a small step taken just now.

LFB (Leo Frappier Band) and Soul Sista Shakti come together to combine the vibes of romance, passion and love to in a musical blanket of emotions to warm things up.

The rhythm of Brazil and cool jazz vibes back the vocal talents of Aline de Lima, before Elana Stone dips her musical brush for a dab of jazz, a stroke of pop, a sweep of folk and a rhythm that blends it all into a unique sound.

Bostonian Jillian Goldin cranks things up with a blend of dance floor grooves and Celtic rhythm to show off her vocals that can drift as easily as a feather on a breath of air but with an emotional power that hits you like a hot summer wind.

Vienna’s Tosca (producers Rupert Huber and Richard Dorfmeister) are back showing off their trademark mastering of the tribal and dance floor beats into something that fills the body with an urge to move.

Bostich (Ramón Amezcua) and Fussible (Pepe Mogt) have come together a the collaboration known as Tijuana Sound Machine  taking the electronic sound and infusing it with the organic sound of traditional accordion, and horn-heavy Norteño sounds from Mexico for mass appeal.

Ashley Wallbridge started off at a young age as a DJ that saw him win eighteen UK competitions with fake ID, and this latest release show us why age should never be a factor where talent is involved. Especially when teamed up with the vocal talent of Meighan Nealon.

Speaking of talent, it is something Atlanta’s Ananda Project has been blessed with over their ten year career, and shows no signs of diminishing with another great release that melds meld euphoric soulful house with contemplative R&B, spiritually-minded cosmic jazz-fusion, organic Balearic grooves, supple electronic textures and percussive Afro-Latin rhythms, as we then groove into the vibe being laid down by DJ Paula.

When Helena Cutter (singer) and Denis Porto (composer and singer) came together for to create a soundtrack, they instead wound up creating the musical project know as Brazuka Fina that showcases the rhythm and beat of the Carioca samba and other Brazilian folkloric influences with the vibration of the electronic sound.

New York’s Destination X (Pisidia and DJ Xtreame) take their high-energy production formula, infuse it with futuristic, underground and trendy styles and then add the vocal talents of Lisa Nicole for this latest track that is garnering lots of major play time.

The UK’s electronic music duo of The Black Ghosts (Theo Keating and Simon Lord) are back with more of their self described “perverse, personal pop music” before we finish the workout segment with Lilith Fair artist, Deni Bonet.

World class sing/songwriter/ violinist, Deni Bonet ditched the staid world of classical violin because she hated wearing black and having to sit still and has leant her talent to play alongside the likes of Cyndi Lauper, REM, and Sarah McLachlan, but now leads her own band as has had her sound described as blending equal parts Sheryl Crow with the B52s.

“Words are powerful,” says Pacifika’s lead singer and chief lyricist Silvana Kane. “We wanted a word that described the music and our feelings. Pacifika sounds warm and eternal, like the ocean itself, open to limitless possibilities.” Something that also describes the music this trio, based out of Vancouver, turns out that is infused with jazz, tinged with Latin, and powered by deep grooves, of cracking percussion and the occasional burst of exhilarating guitar noise.

We close things out with the downtempo chill sound of Jon Kennedy who is on a mission to make his live performances unique musical events drawing on the energy and vibe of the audience to guide and enhance the music.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 LFB featuring Soul Sista ShaktiSo Right
03:47 Aline de LimaRenda Minha / Mulher Rendeira
06:39 Elana StoneEverybodies Doing It

Crank It Up
10:50 Jillian GoldinShadows
14:28 ToscaZüri (Lindstrom & Prins Thomas Nordic Flavour Mix)
18:51 Bostich and FussibleTijuana Sound Machine
21:40 Ashley Wallbridge and Meighan NealonI Believe
27:30 Ananda ProjectCan You Find The Heart (Rui Da Silva Saffron Vocal Mix)
35:15 DJ PaulaWeed
40:12 Brazuka FinaCada Momento
43:44 Destination XDangerous (Gareth Emery Radio Edit)
47:27 The Black GhostsI Want Nothing
49:48 Deni BonetToo Much Fun

Cool It Down
53:46 PacifikaMe Cai
57:18 Jon Kennedy110% Proof

Run Time 01:03:16

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Cadence Revolution – Show 74

July 26, 2008


Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.

We warm things up with the aural travelogue of emotions and feelings that Jay Della Valle creates with his music and then slide into the bluesy Buddy Holly sound of world traveling Derek James.

Closing the warm up is New York based Tara Leigh Cobble who when she isn’t creating music is busily writing books and articles and running her own indie empire.

French masters of military pop Derniere Volonte crank things up, as we then follow up with Inca Maya who like to channel Led Zeppelin and The Allman Brothers with funky grooves and big hooks that will make you want to shake your money maker.

Mr. De’ keeps things shaking with the sound of his hometown of Detroit and funks up the tempo for something that is labeled ‘Ghettotech’, as we then glide into another new sound.

‘Nortec’ is what you get when you fuse the sounds of accordion and horns of Northern Mexico (Norteño) with the energy of electronic beats, and Bostich and Fussible give it a more organic sound, putting extra emphasis on acoustics.

Keeping this in the Nortec vibe is Panóptica, founded by Roberto Mendoza one of the main figures in the Mexican electronic scene since the late 80s.

Next up is the collaborative efforts of Ananda Project, with their eclectic and sensuous sounds that meld euphoric soulful house with contemplative R&B, spiritually-minded cosmic jazz-fusion, organic Balearic grooves, supple electronic textures and percussive Afro-Latin rhythms, and Frankie Feliciano known for his love of dark jazz, and Brazilian songwriters.

With their debut album ‘Bringing Down Goliath’ now out, Second Dan get to show off their mixture of lyrics that will make you think and hook laden music that makes it hard to sit still.

We close the work out with songs form two UK based groups, The Black Ghosts, Theo Keating and Simon Lord, are an electro musical duo describe their style as “perverse, personal pop music”, while The Charlatans return with their latests release that shows these kings of indie rock have a tight grip on the crown and aren’t about to let go.

We cool things down with the multi-media artist Antony Raijekov who has been turning his unique blend of cool electronica since 2003, before we dial things down a little bit more with the Dub sounds from Volfoniq vs Trema and then close this weeks show out with another track from Tokyo 507 who dial down their usual lazzy jazzy groove to a molasses like flow.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 Della ValleNow U Know
03:16 Derek JamesWhat`s That Sound
05:49 Tara Leigh CobbleCalendars and Maps

Crank It Up
09:33 Derniere VolonteAu Travers Des Lauriers
13:46 Inca MayaDestinado
17:22 Mr. De’Please Believe It
22:34 Bostich and FussibleShake It Up
26:00 PanópticaAutobanda (Carrogrupo Mix)
31:51 Ananda Project and Frankie FelicianoInto The Sunrise (Ricanstruction Mix)
38:45 Second DanForget To Remember
42:26 The Black GhostsRepetition
46:45 The CharlatansYou Cross My Path

Cool It Down
50:34 Antony RaijekovLightin*
53:06 Volfoniq vs TremaRecreadub*
56:31 Tokyo 507Free

Run Time 01:00:30

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Cadence Revolution – Show 73

July 19, 2008


Teamwork is so important that it is virtually impossible for you to reach the heights of your capabilities, to achieve your goals and to succeed in life with out it.

The Orb gets things warmed up with their combination of ambient house and slow soulful rhythms with added synthwork and effects inspired by ’70s ambient pioneers before the heat and rhythm of Brazil come to life thru the voice and music of Aline de Lima.

We crank things this week with songs that show off the power of teamwork, by combining soulful vocals and a throbbing groove that grabs you by your toes and doesn’t let you stop.

Starting things off is Philadelphia singer Kat Fader, and Venetian DJ Franciska before the Alanta based collective known as Ananda Project get remixed by Joe Claussell for a world wide sound with Balearic grooves, Afro-Latin rhythms, R&B and infused jazz.

Next up it is LFB (Leo Frappier Band) whose music is romantic, rhythmic, and sexy as it pulses with the beat of the heart and the heat of bodies in motion, paired with the amazing voice of Soul Sista Shakti.

Tyler Michaud takes his full on high-energy sound that is inspired by a wide array of styles from melodic prog to techno and dirty electro and teams up with the vocals of Marcie to create an electro-meets-progressive house monster beat, before the enrgy and vibe is carried on by Benjamin BatesLevan Vs Ekala.

We close the workout portion with another offering from LFB, this time teaming up with Kathleen Antonia who started off as a background vocalist before taking over lead vocals for a variety of projects.

We start the cool down with the sound of Ecuadorian Cecilia Villar Eljuri, whose amazing guitar work shows off the effects of the musical melting pot that in New York City, combined with Jamaica’s most prolific drum and bass duo, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, who have performed on 50,000 tracks and have changed the musical soundscape of their homeland under their influences.

DJ and A&R of Sunshine Enterprises Heinz Tronigger and sound wizard Michael “Pogo” Kreiner are Madrid De Los Austrias and are given the remix treatment to close things out.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 The OrbBa’albeck
07:18 Aline de LimaTerra

Crank It Up
11:02 Kat FaderCome With Me (Milky Remix)
15:22 Ananda ProjectLet Love Fly (Joe Claussell’s Sacred Rhythm LP Version)
23:55 LFB feat. Soul Sista ShaktiWorking For Your Love
30:30 Tyler Michaud feat. MarcieDirty Girl
38:15 Benjamin BatesWhole
41:15 Levan Vs EkalaHappiness
46:12 LFB feat. Kathleen AntoniaBody Electric (Remix)

Cool It Down
51:17 Eljuri, Sly Dunbar and Robbie ShakespeareEl Aire
54:44 Madrid De Los AustriasBuscando (Karuan vs. Circus Remix)

Run Time 01:01:59

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Cadence Revolution – Show 72

July 12, 2008


Nobody trips over mountains.  It is the small pebble that causes you to stumble.  Pass all the pebbles in your path and you will find you have crossed the mountain.

Warming us up is the latest from L.A’s Bitter:Sweet, (Shana Halligan and Kiran Shahani) whose lives seemed to have over-lapped but never crossed until the perfect moment in time. How else can you explain two people who lived one block away from each other, and who recorded just one wall away, who never connected until an anonymous online posting?

We then slide into another track from Tokyo 507, before Ecuadorian Cecilia Villar Eljuri shows off the power and voice of the guitar, whether plugged or unplugged, to work in harmony with her own.

We crank things up with a pair of remixes, starting with a sneak peek of an upcoming track from Miz Mandy that throbs with the beat of the heart, before Japans Studio Apartment (DJ/Producer Masanori Morita and keyboardist Noboru Abe) keep the groove going.

E.G. Daily voice may sound familiar to movie and TV fans due to her voiceover work on Babe II: Pig in the City, The Powerpuff Girls and Rugrats, but here she uses her vocal talents to help power along a dance floor rhythm.

Speaking of vocal talents, Monique Bingham has worked with a wide range of artists either as a lead or featured vocalist. Here her voice slides and glides around the musical energy of Studio Apartment for an track that is bursting with energy.

Keeping the energy at a heart thumping pace is one of Mexico’s leading DJ/Producers, Tovar before we merge with the vocal skills of Philadelphia’s Kat Fader and Venice’s DJ Franciska who met by chance in Ibiza during the summer of ’06 and have been churning out amazing grooves with a driving beat since.

Vancouver based Toby Emerson has been dabbling in electronic music form an early age, and his skills and talents caught the attention of record labels and producers, and has seen his music snapped up readily by hungry ears around the world.

Cooling things down this week are two offerings from The Grooveblasters, first an original track of Cool Cosmopolitan grooves, funked up beats, soulful vocals before they offer up a remix of a great Lovespirals song.

Already the king and queen of cool, Lovespirals (singer/songwriter Anji Bee and multi-instrumentalist/producer Ryan Lum) put the call out to fellow musicians to remix their amazing song ‘This Truth’, and the combination of Lovespirals and The Grooveblasters is the definition of chill and cool.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 Bitter:SweetWaking Up
03:08 Tokyo 507Zanzibar
05:50 EljuriJaula (con Johnette Napolitano)

Crank It Up
10:04 Miz MandyIn the Mix (Steve DeParr Remix)
17:51 Studio ApartmentBeautiful Sunrise (QH Reproduction)
24:57 E.G. DailyBeautiful (Scotty K Radio Mix)
28:34 Studio Apartment & Monique BinghamFound Him (Kerri Chandler Bigga Vocal Mix)
38:44 TovarDirty Maria
42:20 Kat FaderCome With Me (Milky Remix)
46:27 Toby EmersonRapture

Cool It Down
53:43 The GrooveblasterB is for Benedetta
57:30 LovespiralsThis Truth Remix (The Grooveblaster Remix)

Run Time 01:01:59

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Cadence Revolution – Show 71

July 5, 2008


It is fine to have many goals in life, but to focus on too many at once is to pull yourself in every direction, and going nowhere. Focus on one goal at a time to make full use of your resources and you will arrive where you want to be.

Getting things warmed up with his blend of pop meets rock is Jay Della Valle who made the switch from wedding singer to artist. His simple melodies and musical rhythms speak of deeper meaning.

Donna Lewis has seen her music shift and change over time, reflecting her own life going from artist to mother, and taking time off to raise her family, but still working on other people projects (Trevor Horn’s Art of Noise project and David Torn’s Lars and the Real Girl) that “took me down new and different avenues and allowed me to approach ‘In the Pink’ refreshed and with a new perspective.”

Tokyo 507 is back yet again, can we help it if we love this duo of Mark Southeron and Hayden Turner, and their wonderful smooth guitar laden jazz, simple dance beats and ethereal vocals.

We crank things up with Mates Of State, a now married duo of Kori Gardner (keyboard/vocals) and Jason Hammel (drums/vocals). Simple arrangements and the sparse sound of piano and drums working in time and around each other show that less is often more, and you will want to hear more from them.

We then serve up a trio of artists who have been around for a while, and are still cranking out great music, starting first with Collective Soul who when they first came on the scene, back in ’94, critics called them one hit wonders.

Fourteen years, eight number one rock hits and seven million in sales later they are back with their latest release showing off their guitar laden sounds and driving beats, before another long time artist David Usher jolts us with his blend of poem like lyrics dancing with high energy music.

We finish with one of the members of indie music royalty, The Charlatans with their trademark blend of guitars playing off and with each other creating a sonic wave that the bass and drums pick up and increase in intensity as Tim Burgess’s vocals come in, with a melody that’s so beguiling it almost disguises the disturbing intensity at the heart of the song.

Keeping with the sound based on the guitar is Asobi Seksu as James Hanna creates musical textures with squalling guitars, while the vocals of front woman Yuki shift from girlish falsetto to plaintive laments.

East Coast bred but L.A based Time Machine are emcees Biscuit and Jet Set Jay, and DJ / Producer Mekalek show their song writing overflows with DIY attitude as Mekalek relies on heavy drums and rich melodies to push the attitude into the trios sound.

Audiokonstrukte serves up some free music off of his last massive release “Smart Echoes For Sensitive Ears” where beautiful melodies meet sluggish rhythms in a sound field between ambient and the almost forgotten genre of trip hop.

Next The Orb returns with their sound of 70′s ambient meets classic Chicago house as when they glide into the groove of Urban Soul (aka Roland Clark) who draws on the music of the club scene to spark his musical creativity.

Creativity is something Lennon (Kathleen Murphy), and The Sun Paulo shows off as they careen through impossibly convoluted twists, turns and dazzling displays of kinetic virtuosity shot with rampant, crazed energy.

Cooling things down is The Atomica Project with the title song from their latest release Grayscale that took the duo of programmer/songwriter Wade Alin and vocalist Lauren Cheatham three years to make and prove the wait of downtempo beats and stunning female vocals was well worth it.

We close out with anther free song from Crisopa, the personal project of Madrid based Santi Lizón, that present melodic electronica with the pretension of prompting therapeutic trips towards impossible landscapes.

If you want what you hear, just follow the links to the songs in the playlist below to get them.

*denotes songs artists have released for free

Warm It Up
00:00 Jay Della ValleNow U Know
03:17 Donna LewisShout
06:39 Tokyo 507Body Electric

Crank It Up
11:04 Mates Of StateMy Only Offer
13:53 Collective SoulAll That I Know
17:23 David UsherUgly Is Beautiful
21:06 The CharlatansYou Cross My Path
25:54 Asobi SeksuThursday
28:48 Time MachineThe Groove That Just Won’t Stop
31:25 AudiokonstrukteSensitive Poem*
34:03 The OrbLet The Music Set You Free
39:15 Urban SoulWhat Do I Gotta Do (Eric Kupper Club Mix)
45:44 LennonInfinitebeat2 (Remix)
50:15 The Sun PauloBut We Want More

Cool It Down
53:25 The Atomica ProjectGrayscale
56:10 CrisopaNorth Left*

Run Time 01:03:30

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