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Playlist of September 11 2015
El Cuento de la Chica y la Tequila
Shower of flowers
This band from Italy proves that music can bring people together. This 5-piece band was formed in 2008 and all musicians quickly became friends. Their friendship affected the music, which became a fusion of the styles they liked to listen to.
Darren J Claxton
Dragonfly
Darren J Claxton is a singer-songwriter from the UK. He has been playing music since he was 9 years old. The style of his music is a mix of country, folk and indie acoustic. In July 2013 he released a home recorded EP, titled "Never Grow Old".
Caiyo (formerly Francis Rodino)
Higher ground
Caiyo is the project of singer-songwriter Francis Rodino who currently lives in the US. He released his debut album "Circles & Squares" in 2009.
JoosTVD
Rock'n roll me in or out
JoosTVD stands for Joos(t) The Vanished Dutchman. He started as a drummer, then played in several bands. Nowadays he has his own project and has released 10 albums so far.
Lunic
Future sex drama
Lunic is the solo project of singer-songwriter, electronic musician, and multi-instrumentalist Kaitee Page, originally from New York, currently based in Dallas, Texas. So far she has relesed 3 albums "Skeletons", "Lovethief" and "Future Sex Drama".
Maitreya
I don't really mind
Maitreya is from New Zealand and began his career in 1995 as a founding member of live hip hop band Nilstate in Christchurch. He released 2 albums: "Close To Home" in 2008 and "ĀIO" in 2015. In 2010 he released an EP in Māori: "Te Puna Reka".
Vero
Day of my life
Vero is the project of self-taught singer-songwriter Vero Shatkovskey from Toruń, Poland. She started to write, sing and to play instruments at the age of 6. Her lyrics tell real stories. Currently she is raising funds for her debut album.
Clive Barratt
I'm without you (fast version)
Song of the Week
Singer-songwriter Clive Barratt comes from Blackburn, Lancashire, England. Nowadays he lives in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. In October 2014 he has released his debut album "Wall of Storms", funded online by his fans, produced by Rob Begg.
Julie Lamb
Why do I forget
Julie Lamb is a (70's vibed) rock-based singer-songwriter from Wellington, New Zealand. She usually records and plays with her band. So far she has released 3 albums "Most and Least" (2008), "Trippin' the Light" (2012) and "When We Hang Out" (2014).
Angie Arsenault
When I fall asleep
Angie Arsenault is from Canada. So far she has released 3 albums, "Once Upon A Dream", "Shadow Revelations" and "Family". Her third album was made together with her mother, brother and sister and is released as "The Roots Project".
Hackmonocut
The ripper
Hackmonocut is a 4-piece band from Austria, started in 2012. Their songs are melancholic, dark and feral, full of irony and social criticism. They have released 2 full albums: "In The Land Of Basement Hobby Rooms" (2013), "The Sum Of My Parts" (2015)
Lowland Flies
Once, twice
Lowland Flies is a 4-person progressive rock band from Kuopio in Finland, formed in October 2012. Band members: Tuomo Susilampi (guitars, vocals, keyboards), Tuula Susilampi (bass, vocals), Jari Hietala (drums) and Susa Vallius (keyboards)
Alphakraft Communications
Emerge exit
Alphakraft Communications is a one-person electronica project from Essen, Germany.
Last week you could listen to the first program after our summer break. If you were among our listeners: Thank you for tuning in! We got some nice comments after that show, so it feels good to be back again.

Quite many people voted last week. A singer-songwriter gathered the most votes. Somewhere halfway the program you will hear who won.

Just like last week we will play a lot of new songs. One of these is by a new member, a solo artist from Austria.
Podcast of September 11 2015
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Song of the Week
I'm Without You
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Clive Barratt
Clive Barratt comes from Blackburn, Lancashire, England, and now lives in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

Clive got his first guitar at the age of 12, had basic music training in high schools in the UK and Canada and wrote his first song at the age of 16. He has written over 55 songs in a variety of styles including rock, contemporary pop, folk-rock, blues-rock, country-rock, gospel and instrumental. Clive performs solo, duet, trio or full band gigs on a casual basis, in between his regular work as an airline pilot.

In December 2014, Clive Barratt released Wall of Storms, his debut album of 12 original songs. The album was funded online by fans. It was recorded at Marpole Recording Studio and produced by Rob Begg.

Clive on the album: Between fundraising, crafting the songs for the album, recording and production, including long delays due to tragedies which happened within the lives of some of those involved in the album, this has been a four year journey.... perhaps it actually has been a lifetime in the making.

The album is available on CD Baby, iTunes and several other online music outlets.