Playlist of June 24 2016

Playlist of June 24 2016 / Edition 384
Battlefield
Casee Wilson is a singer-songwriter from York, UK. So far she released 3 albums, "Beggars and Blues", "Riptides" and "Here At A Distance". In 2014 she released an EP, "Tales From the Undertow". She releases via her record label "Tiny Cat Records".
Hard times
Rion S, the project of singer-songwriter Ryan Sewell from Ireland. Currently he is working on his debut album and is vocalist in the dance music scene, working with several producers across the UK.
Message in a cloud
Aly Cook is a singer-songwriter from New Zealand. She released her debut album "Brand New Day" in 2011 and her second album "Horseshoe Rodeo Hotel" in 2015. In 2012 Aly Cook received the title of New Zealand's female country artist of the year.
In your world
VanderLinde (from Groningen, the Netherlands) is the project of Arjan Vanderlinde who surrounds himself with different musicians, on stage and in the studio. The genre is a mix of pop, country and Americana. So far he has released 5 albums.
Temporary man
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 studio and tours frequently in the Netherlands.
Bring back the grace
Amycanbe is a 4-piece trip-hop band from Cervia, Italy, started in 2002 by Marco and Mattia. So far they have released 3 albums ("Being A Grown-Up Sure Is Complicated", "Mountain Whales" and "Wolf") and 2 EPs ("Yellow Suit" and "The World Is Round").
Andrew
Singer-songwriter Julia Marcell comes from Poland and lives in Berlin, Germany. She tours a lot with her band around the world. So far she has released 4 albums ("It Might Like You", "June", "Sentiments" and "Proxy") and 1 EP ("Storm EP").
When I see you
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.
Perfect life
Elizabeth Geyer is from Australia and has released 4 albums ("The Dream", "Elizabeth Geyer", "On Patrol With The Jazz Police" and "The Bridge"). She is not only a singer and composer of jazz music, she also plays the piano, trumpet and flugelhorn.
Borderin the trainline
The Crocked Monsieurs from London was started by two songwriters who were chatting about modern music and how nobody writes music for the over 35's. They decided to start this duo. Their aim is to bring quality music to the more discerning listener.
Hipster mind
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.
I need some time
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.
Let it burn
Nemesea is a female-fronted gothic/rock band from Groningen, the Netherlands. The band was started in 2002 by vocalist Manda Ophuis and guitarist HJ at the Prins Claus Conservatory. Nowadays they are a 3-piece band and have released 4 studio albums.
Misfit
Howling Owl is the project of Evija Vēbere from Latvia and Lav Kovač from Serbia. Both finished studying at Prins Claus Conservatory in Groningen, the Netherlands. That is how they met. Their music is a mixture of pop, jazz, minimalism and indie.
Mother nature will have her revenge on old fatty
Benny Mayhem is from Australia. Until 2 years ago he played in a punk band. After the band broke up, instead of starting a new band, he decided to travel and tour as a folk-punk troubadour. At the moment Benny has his own 5-piece folk-punk rock band.

This is the last programme before our summer break, let's make it a bit special.

During this ninth season of TalentCast quite a few interesting albums have been released by our musicians and bands. From a selection of these albums we will play one song each. Apart from these, we will also play one newcomer who joined TalentCast last week and I will of course play our new Song of the Week winner.

This week there is no voting, but if there is a song you like to most, we advise you to check out the album instead of voting for the song. You will find the artist easy by following the artist link on our current playlist on our website.

The first song is by a singer-songwriter from York, the UK.

On September 2 we will be back with the first programme of our tenth season. We won't only relax during our summer break, we will also use the extra time for updating our website.

We wish you a nice, relaxed and sunny summer.

TalentCast - Edition 384

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Song of the Week

I Need Some Time
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Song of the Week: Clive Barratt - I Need Some Time
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.