Playlist of June 17 2016

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Playlist of June 17 2016
Apryl Evans
Gonna be a good night
Apryl Evans is a country artist from Asbury Park, New Jersey, US. In 2012 she released the "Things You Left Behind EP", recorded in the Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. In September 2014 she released her latest single, "The Sound of Boots".
Bonnie
Freaking myself out
Bonnie, a pop/rock band from Uruguay was started in 2007 by a group of old friends who got together to make music. In 2011 they have released a self titled debut album. Currently they are finishing their second album which was recorded in Argentina.
Vadiamo
The distance
Vadiamo is a pop/rock singer-songwriter from Omsk in the Russian Federation who started writing songs at the age of 13. He likes to study foreign languages and has studied English, French, Spanish and Italian. He released his debut EP in 2013.
Snippet
Come to my party
Snippet is the indie project of Johnno Casson from Colchester, UK. So far he has released 6 EPs and 4 albums. Johnno describes his music as indie pop music with plenty of bounce to the ounce.
JoosTVD
It's a struggle honey
JoosTVD stands for Joos(t) The Vanished Dutchman. He is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter who started as a drummer, then played in several bands. Nowadays he has his own project and has released 11 albums so far.
The Akibas
Can't deny
The Akibas is a 4-piece country band from Devon in the UK, started in 1994. So far they have released 3 albums "Origin of the Sun" in 1994, "Tree of Loving Soul" in 2004 and "Queen of the South" in 2006.
Clive Barratt
I need some time
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.
Metibla
Let me feed
Song of the Week
Metibla, a short for Merry Time Black, was started as one-man project in 2003. Now this is the band of underground video maker Riccardo Ponis, Paolo Alvano and Valerio Fisik. They released 3 albums: "Paraphernalia", "Hell Holes", "Crimson Within"
Angie Arsenault
Lie soft
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".
180º Virvar
Erosion
180º Virvar is a 6-piece band, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, formed in 2004. The members have a shared interest in experimental elements of music. It is music with melancholy shades that lively describes life. They have released 2 albums so far.
Curfew
Inside
Curfew is an electronic music project from London, founded in 2000 by composer/producer Sönke Prigge. Curfew has released 3 albums: the self-titled "Curfew" in 2002, "Inside" in 2008 and "Outside" in 2012.
TuneConcept
Breath
TuneConcept is the solo-project of Johan Rajala (also known as J. Fish) from Göteborg, Västra Götaland in Sweden. He records, produces and mixes his music in his home studio. Genres: ambient, alternative, electronica, pop, rock
Martin Del Carpio
The ballad of Ninfa
Martin Del Carpio is an electronic composer from New York. He has released 6 albums, "In Absentia", "Pequeno Pionero", "Tropic of Capricorn", "Godard", "X" and "Lost Illusions: A Retrospective". Currently he is working on a sound track for a movie.
Tassos Sotirakis
Red in black
Tassos Sotirakis is a musician from Athens, Greece. He started studying music at the age of 11, got a degree and received the highest distinction from the Greece ministry of culture. Genres: instrumental, experimental, progressive
This is the second last edition of TalentCast before our summer break. In today's programme you will hear singer-songwriters, country, instrumental, pop, electronica, alternative and more.

We will play our new Song of the Week winner too. Please visit our website talentcast.nl to help us find a new Song of the Week winner. Your vote is very appreciated.

Today we start with a country artist from New Jersey, US.
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Metibla
Metibla started in 2003 as a music project of Riccardo Ponis, an underground film maker from Italy, who has recorded his songs in collaboration with Valerio Fisik (Inferno, Physique du Role) and Paolo Alvano of Kardia - the co-author of some of Metibla songs.

Metibla is a short for "Merry Time Black", which can be seen as the motto of the project. On Metibla's website, we can read about the philosophy behind it: life is not beautiful, but through music, he can "unleash a merry black time to transform it into a cauldron that contains all the bitter aftertaste of life." Music expresses love and is an emotional experience.

Metibla has released three albums so far, Paraphernalia, Hell Holes and Crimson Within. You can buy them on their website and on iTunes.