Playlist of October 16 2015
Emma Black
Summer's gone
Emma Black is a blues and folk musician from Wales. She is singer-songwriter, plays guitar and piano. She has released 2 albums, "Where Dark Horses Roam" (2007) and "Swimming in the Moon" (2012). This month Emma is coming to tour the Netherlands.
Big big world
Writersday is the solo project of singer-songwriter Sjoerd Hoogma from Amsterdam. His poetic and direct lyrics take the listener into the small and large issues of life. He records in his own analogue home studio and tours a lot in the Netherlands.
Lucia Lilikoi
Lucia Lilikoi (formerly known as Lucia Iman) is from Mill Valley, California, originally from Spain. So far she has released 3 albums: "Lucia Iman" in 2006, "Tame the Night" in 2009 and "Vessel" in 2015. Her style has been described as “anti-pop”.
Sylvain Zebo
Dans ta ville
Sylvain Zebo is a singer-songwriter from Paris. As teenager he learned to play the guitar and played in blues and rock bands. Later, after taking lessons in singing and piano, Sylvain released 2 albums: "Consacre Moi" in 2010 and "Masque" in 2013.
Les pylones electriques
CyLu is a singer-songwriter, poet, guitarist and composer. He comes from France and lives in the Netherlands. In 2013 he released his debut album "Chansons Mineures".
Elizabeth Geyer
Until I've shown you Paris
Elizabeth Geyer is from Australia and has released 3 albums, "The Dream", "Elizabeth Geyer" and "On Patrol With The Jazz Police". She is not only a singer and composer, she also plays the piano, trumpet and flugelhorn.
Paul Adams, Elizabeth Geyer, Pravin Godkhindi, David Hoffman
Paul Adams is a composer and producer from Illinois, US. He has released 8 albums and has also for many years worked as a guitar builder. Paul's genre is a mix of jazz, acoustic folk, world fusion, new age and ambient.
Gisel de Marco
What people say
Song of the Week
Gisel de Marco is originally from Argentina, nowadays she lives in Switzerland. At the age of 7 she got a toy piano and at the age of 10 she had made her first home-recorded album "Blue Bay". In 2010 she released a studio album "All The Way".
Phlegraean fields
Kattern is the project of Michał Borkowski from Poland. Ten years ago he made an album based on Elia Kazan’s novel "The Arrangement". He is back after a long break. This year he released a 3-track EP, titled "Campi Flegrei - Phlegraean Fields".
Christer Holm
New horizons
Christer Holm from Espoo in Finland is a computer specialist by day and in his spare time he composes instrumental music. His debut album is titled "Galactic Voyages". Currently Christer is working on his second album, titled "Galactic Voyages 2".
Hiding in plain sight
Wyrmwood is a 4-piece progressive hard rock band from Canada, formed in 2004. Members: Ian Stilborn (vocals/guitar), Todd Leveque (drums), Jared Cyr (bass) and Justin Punchy (guitar)
The Koniac Net
The ardent companion that you are
The Koniac Net (from Bombay, India) was started as the 1-person project of David Abraham. Nowadays it is a 5-person band. In 2012 they have released their debut album "One Last Monsoon". In 2014 they have released "The Abiogenesis EP".
The patriot
IdiotHead is a 4-piece rap and rock band from Wrocław, Poland. This is the continuation of the band CO.IN, formed in 2012.
Fuji Kureta
Aunt Lotte
Fuji Kureta is an electronic pop duo from Istanbul in Turkey, formed in 2008. Their melodies are mellow, the vocals are soft, their lyrics are in English and sometimes in French.
Wonder doll
Sunwill is a pop-rock band from Tomsk in the Russian Federadion, formed in 2012. They describe their genre as a mix of electronic pop music and rock, with both modern and traditional influences.
Today we have 15 songs in the programme. One of them is by a newcomer to TalentCast, and the rest are songs by artists we have played before.

It is again an attractive and varied playlist, and as usual we will play our Song of the Week winner and bring you some artist news.
Podcast of October 16 2015
Song of the Week
What People Say
Gisel de Marco
Gisel de Marco was born in Argentina and got interested in music already as a child. At the age of 7, she home-recorded her first album Blue Bay, accompanying herself on her toy piano. Gisel participated in school plays and musicals already at school, but the realisation that she wanted to become a singer came when she sang Hero by Mariah Carey at a karaoke bar.

In 2004, Gisel won a singing and songwriting competition With you in Hollywood, a show produced by the Warner Channel. The prize was a trip to Hollywood and a performance in Los Angeles. The same year Gisel joined The Spanglish Band, a cover band with which she performed at restaurants, clubs and events. She also started performing solo.

In 2007, Gisel signed up on SellaBand and in 2008 completed raising her recording budget of 50 000 $. Her album All The Way was released two years later.

Success on SellaBand resulted in Gisel's move to Switzerland. In 2013, she entered The Voice of Switzerland and got to the finals. The competition led to another opportunity: later on the same year, she joined 3 For All, the band started by two other successful participants of The Voice: Iris Moné and Ricardo Sanz. The band's song Together Forever got to the Swiss finals and ended up in the third place.

What People Say is one of the songs on Gisel's debut album All The Way, which can be ordered on Gisel de Marco's website.