Netsounds Mixtape 17


A mixtape for you lucky people this week. Following on from their successful album launch at the Ironworks last Friday, we’ve got the title track from Iain McLaughlin & The Outsiders new album ‘Falling Through The Dark‘. Alongside that, a track from Carnivores new album ‘Let’s Get Metaphysical‘ and also a brand new track from the immensely talented Esperi. We also have electro bliss from Our Future Glory, FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE! and Machines In Heaven, a wonderful track from Little Sur’s album ‘Modern Studies Of Ancient Times‘, and some marvellously fiery rock from Unicycle Loves You, NoPop and Daydream Frenzy.

Enjoy the mix, go and say Hello to the bands featured and please feel free to share the link to the podcast on your usual social networks.

Dates for your digital diaries with 3 amazing Netsounds gigs coming up over the next couple of months;
The Phantom Band – Wednesday 24th September, Mad Hatters
Casual Sex – Thursday 9th October, Hootananny
Call To Mind – Saturday 25th October, Eden Court Theatre

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00:02 Our Future Glory – Hearts & Lives
03:37 FUCK ART, LET’S DANCE! – We’re Manicals!
07:32 Machines In Heaven – Parliament is Made of Rice Paper
10:50 Iain McLaughlin & The Outsiders – Falling Through The Dark
15:35 Unicycle Loves You – Falling Off
18:38 NoPop – O, TV
22:02 Carnivores – Crooked Teeth
25:09 Daydream Frenzy – All The World
28:42 Little Sur – Bags of Bones
32:14 Esperi – Hide

Anyone got any salmon? Carnivores new album.

Scottish three-headed rock monster Carnivores are moving their DIY record factory from the bedroom to independent label Smalltown America Records for the release of their new album, ‘Lets Get Metaphysical’.

The Paisley based band will be releasing the album on October 27th and will be available as a limited edition transparent vinyl and digital download.  In a bonus move, if you pre-order the vinyl, you’ll receive a download of the album immediately. Click here and you will get it right now!

I was also delighted to see that the vinyl is available in salmon colour, which I am sure was the colour of shirt I wore the last time I saw Carnivores in the Highlands.  Oh how I was ridiculed at the time - I was clearly ahead of the curve.

The band have also made a series of videos to give you a taster of the new record.  Here’s one for you now:

I’m currently giving my headphones a good beating with this refreshingly raw album and you’d be a lot better off if you did the same too.  This is the album you need on that dreary Monday morning to pick you up and shake the living daylights out of you.  By the time you get off the bus people will either want to know what you’ve been listening to or whether they need to call for some assistance for you.

If you want the full force of the Carnivores experience you’ll be glad to know that they are hitting the road throughout the UK over the next few months:

Sept 18: Glasgow Bar Bloc
Sept 25: Edinburgh Opium
Sept 26: Stewarton Arms
Sept 27: Inverness Mad Hatters
Oct 02: Ayr UWS Union
Oct 13: Aberdeen Downstairs
Oct 15: Sheffield South Sea
Oct 16: Cheltenham Frog & Fiddle
Oct 17: London Camden Barfly
Oct 18: Derby Victoria Inn
Oct 24: Paisley Apollo Music
Oct 24: Paisley Bungalow Bar
Oct 25: Glasgow Love Music
Oct 25: Glasgow 13th Note