Playlist of December 4 2015

Playlist of December 4 2015
Oj, siadaj, siadaj
Saint Nicholas Orchestra (Orkiestra Św. Mikołaja) is one of the oldest folk bands in Poland. The band was formed in 1988 when there was no interest in Polish traditional folk music. Since then it has been said, they have invented Polish folk music.
Come on
Franka De Mille describes the style of her music as acoustic-baroque-folk which bridges many influences and traditions. She grew up in Paris, but has lived most of her life in London. She has released her debut album "Bridge the Roads" in 2010.
When anybody laughs
Annie Bacon is a folk rock musician from San Francisco (California, US). She is a singer, songwriter, and plays electric guitar, acoustic guitar, ukulele and electric bass. She plays together with her band as Annie Bacon & her OSHEN.
Captain Twilight
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.
Demain est un autre jour
The Imaginary Suitcase is the solo project of Laurent Leemans from Tubize, Belgium, who was also the singer and guitarist in the acoustic folk-rock combo Ceilí Moss. In 2012 he decided to start this solo project. Since then he has released 6 albums.
Whale song
The Galleons are a 6-piece indie-folk band from Brighton, UK. Their genres are a mixture of British folk and modern indie. So far they have released 2 albums and 1 EP. Members: Ben Brockett, Joe Baker, Viktorija Mutore, Phil Ward and Beth Chesser
Sunshine moonshine
The Crocked Monsieurs from London was started by songwriters who were chatting about modern music and how nobody writes music for the over 35's. After this chat they decided to start The Crocked Monsieurs, a band especially for an older audience.
What she wants
Jade is the Chinese middle name of Singaporean-born singer-songwriter Jade Diary, the project of Cheryl Lim, nowadays living in Perth, Western Australia. She describes herself as a singer of melodramatic atmospheric pop songs and dreamer of dreams.
Pendulum
Moscato is an alternative blues and rock band from Australia. The band was formed with a sole purpose in mind, but soon after the start, this project grew out to the 4-piece band of Erin, Jo,Monkey, Keiran and Kristen.
Weirdos on the loose
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.
Bite me
Howling Owl is the 2-person project of Evija Vēbere from Latvia and one of her band members, Lav Kovač from Serbia. Both are finishing studies at Prins Claus Conservatory in Groningen. The music is a mixture of pop, jazz, minimalism and indie.
Trip and fall
Sugareyes is an experimental electro pop project from Nijmegen, the Netherlands. This project was started in 2006 as a duo, since 2008 this is a solo-project.
Black city relights
Lady Citizen is the project of Jun Fukanaga. She is a DJ/producer who grew up in Japan and moved to London in 2011. Jun's love for techno music started after she got an acid house compilation CD for her 18th birthday.

Today in TalentCast one newcomer, some new songs by artists we have played before and a song by a band from Australia which we haven't played for almost 6 years.

Towards the end of the program you will hear this week's Song of the Week winner, it's a convincing winner this time.

If you listen well, you might hear some hammering and drilling on the background. That is because my block of flats is being renovated at the moment.

TalentCast - Edition 356
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Song of the Week
Weirdos On The Loose
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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.