The Justin Wayne Show | Music's Independent Spirit show

The Justin Wayne Show | Music's Independent Spirit

Summary: Radio and downloading unite! Join Justin Wayne and his colleagues as they uncover the underground and independent music scene, showcasing independent punk, rock, and pop. Joined by voice and musical talent spanning the globe, you'll have to tune in each week to see what they've got up their sleeves. Check out the podcast blog where you'll find more information about the podcast as well as complete playlists, links to artists and more!

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 TJWS 298: Whilst Justin’s away, Claire will play | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:56:26

Justin took on the challenge of a 14 hour drive home on Monday, but luckily I was back from holiday, and back in the hot seat! Tune in for tonnes of new music, free features and yours truly. The Playlist: Title Album Artist Bitter Together Old Bohemia Loose Ends Euriah SILVER – Weakless SILVER To Get By Songs For Oxjam Aspen Dance to the Music in My Head Amanda Easton Like This Triton Taylor Black Satin Ethereal Foxy & The Hares Minimum Wages Shooze Will You Love Again Mark Hole Down The Prologue EP Ruby May Spencer Seeing Red (Radio Edit) Shamanaid My Baby If I Stay Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Borderline Rise Up The Sun EP Dancing Years Run For Those Hills, Babe. Bolu Tom Rosenthal Giraffe Junkie Keston Cobblers Club Things I Do Frank Hamilton Too Cool Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Sky Holding You The BearFox Sicky Song Its A Free Country – EP Alex Blood & The Diggers Animal Fair Animal Fair EP Little Brother Eli What Will You Do When They Break Woodditton Wives Club Alex Highton Drifting The Wood Alex Hulme The End Natasha North See you next week! ~CR  

 TJWS 297: Shellshock Lullaby and Deann takes over | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:58:58

Russ Nelson from Shellshock Lullaby joins us in the studio this week to play a few songs for us with his one-man-band setup and talk about what he's been up to and some of the cool things he's got rolling out this summer. Deann Snyder from returns with a few tracks and helps plug holes in the dam as Claire's away. The Playlist Title Album Artist I’ve Walked That Road Shades of Grey Shellshock Lullaby The Narrator Ever The Optimist Lights Out Dancing Soldiers of the Spring Little EP Big Tree What We Do What We Do Shook Twins Shark Sammy The Squeeze Cure for the Common Flytrap Love Chills Yawn Dirt Friends Of The Year Pageantry Jotu Dimming Awe, The Light is Raw Botany Ground Ground Stray Echo Cracks Into The Air Cold Beat Fever Fever Ghost Hours 6:14 6:14 Alexander Michelle Interview with Russ Nelson from Shellshock Lullaby All I Need Live from Blunderbuss Shellshock Lullaby (Russ Nelson solo) Shades of Grey Live from Blunderbuss Shellshock Lullaby (Russ Nelson solo) Lipstick Teeth Lipstick Teeth (Single) Van Susans Parting Shots The Ghost is Clear Exohxo Lie To Me (Anakyn Remix) Lie To Me Elle Exxe   See you next week! ~JW and DS  

 Discovery 2 Live: Chase The Ace, The Manic Shine, The Undivided, Nakisha Esnard and Samson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:52:00

  Check out the full live sets and interviews from Discovery 2’s April showcase. This month’s gig night features some jaw dropping rock acts including Chase the Ace, The Manic Shine and The Undivided. You’ll also hear the effervescent Nakisha Esnard fusing reggae, opera and hip-hop, and singer-songwriter Samson. Don't forget to scroll down to the bottom of the post and check out the photo gallery courtesy of Amanda Rose Photography. More about the artists Chase the Ace Chase the Ace are sleaze drippin’ and hard rockin’ . Bringing you a slick modern twist on the guitar wailing, drum crushing bands of the 80’s, Chase the Ace’s approach of “running as fast as you can with your eyes closed” is proving itself. In their short time of existence, the four-piece Rock band released a well praised debut album named ‘Are You Ready’, absolved 5 European tours through UK, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Holland, played more than 50 headline shows as well as several festivals, and keep on conquering the rock charts around the world. Chase the Ace pride themselves with innovative and eccentric stage performances, captivating the audience, whereby their influences such as AC/DC, Van Halen, MötleyCrüe aspire but nevertheless are presented in an original and modern sound. “Takes an AC/DC blast and sleazes it up. A simple formula but you’ll be singing it for days on end.” – Fireworks Magazine 2015 “These guys rock fairly good on a par with many established acts. The fun vibe is supported by well penned songs and strong instrumentation, all crowned by a first rate production for an indie. A really enjoyable collection of rockers from a new promising band. Keep an eye put on them.” – 0DayRockz “Pure Rocknroll!” – Ultimate Guitar The Manic Shine Linking alt-rock and ambient sounds with towering riffs and pounding rhythms may sound tough for some but The Manic Shine take it all in their stride. Never a band to shy away from experimentation, 2014’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Let Go Or Be Dragged’ showcased a tour de force of rock musicianship and genre-bending, with songs lamenting the contradictions of modern life. The last year has seen the band go from strength to strength, gaining support and spins on XFM’s The Rock Show to featuring in Kerrang! on Scuzz TV and many plays on BBC Introducing. The past 6 months have seen the band deep in writing and rehearsal for a new EP. Now with producer Lee Batiuk (Deaf Havana) on board and a new explosive offering planned for release in the fall and national tours to support, the London quartet are set for a busy and exciting 2015. “Melting our ears…Alt Rock + Big Riffs = This lot. Absolutely Thumping!” – Kerrang! The Manic Shine return with an album choked full of intelligent intricate riffs, relentless melodies and catchy hooks.”- Amazing Radio, Rock Show The Undivided One of the most exciting anthemic rock acts to emerge from South Wales in decades . They’ve supported  Kids In Glass Houses, The Dirty Youth, IDivide, Ask and Xerts. Festivals so far Merthyr Rock, Camden Rocks, Nightmare Fest. The Undivided secured a sync placement for the instrumental version of ‘Headlights’ from the previous album ‘This New Day’ on the opening and closing credits of BBC 4 Royal Institute Christmas lectures, screen on  29th, 30th and 31st December 2014. The band are heading over to Canadian Music week and receiving US and Canadian College radio airplay which has already awarded them a CMJ radio distinction. They have recently written and produced their new music with Dan Weller (Sikth). “ The Undivided have a knack for writing anthemic songs as big as the mountains that overshadow their hometown of Abergavenny” – Kerrang! Magazine “Wingman guitarist Bray does a fine line in stadium trashing intros, and numbers like ‘Open Your Eyes’ and ‘Panic’ are immediately mesmerising. Singer Joe comes alive on these numbers too, as if he knows Bray’s scorching intros,

 TJWS 296: Lipstick Teeth and more from Deann | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:03:10

This week we have the privilage of speaking with Holly Mclatchie from the band, Van Susans to help introduce their fresh-off-the-presses new single, "Lipstick Teeth." Deann Snyder from joins us again with picks from her blog, and you also hear Claire's selections from the submission box during the first part of the show. There's a fair bit of banter in this episode - we hope that's OK with you! The Playlist Title Album Artist Leonard Leonard Fake Chatter Revolution Revolution Violet Wylde Ring Up Ring Up Ray Rubio Red Dress of Reba Microphone SloFunkPump Time is Dying Eva Eva Lipstick Teeth Lipstick Teeth (Single) Van Susans Imaginary Song Imaginary Song Errant Boy Go Get Your Warpaint Go Get Your Warpaint Monsters as Humans Summer Days Summer Days On the Avenue Belief Belief Delaire Too Alike Ny Ep Phonographics Young States The Paper Kites Breathe Again Breathe Again – EP The Kickdrums Castle Greyscale Castle Greyscale Cowtown All the Time All the Time (single) Swimm Give Up Give Up Claws Luck ‘n’ That Luck ‘n’ That (single) Pana Waves Midnight Island Midnight Island Harrison Brome Desire Sore Dilly Dally   See you next week! ~JW, CR and DS

 Discovery 2 Preview with Vinyl Staircase, Lowly Hounds, Hana Piranha, Damien McFly and Esperi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:00

Our July showcase features the psychedelic/math rock sounds of Vinyl Staircase, hard howling, blues rock and high octane songs from Lowly Hounds, dark goth, punk riffs, razor sharp violin licks and drawled, snarly vocals of Hana Piranha, the charismatic Italian folk singer Damien McFly who has 10,000 subscribers on his You Tube Channel, and the extraordinary Esperi returns to Discovery, who creates live soundscapes with an unusual array of instruments. Gig Particulars When: Thursday 30th July, 2015 Doors: 7.30pm  Show starts: 8.00pm Venue: 229 The Venue, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN Tube: Great Portland Street Join the Facebook Event Tickets: £7 in advance or £10 at the door More about the artists VINYL STAIRCASE Vinyl Staircase’s psychedelic sound with hints of Math-rock backed by a profound energy and bite that has seen full capacity venues collapse into chaos has bagged the band a feature in NME and airplay on key radio stations such as Amazing Radio; all whilst still at college. Due to supporting buzz bands such as Demob Happy and headline slots in their hometown of Guildford, the band are beginning to pick up momentum and move further up the new music scene. “Pop nuggets like ‘Into The Aquarelle’ borrow psych guitar sounds and throw in twinkling arpeggios along side post-hardcore vocals, with the odd math-rock schism to break it up.” – NME Magazine “4 teenagers from Surrey with amazing hair but better tunes. Like television but with fat distortion pedals. SO RAD.” – Joel Amey from Wolf Alice (Wolf Alice Fanzine) LOWLY HOUNDS Passion for the vintagevibe, american blues and the best of funk and soul brought together four eclectic session musicians who, having hit a wall working for other scene bands, were eager to write rock music worthy of beale street and beyond. The Hounds high energy, surgically crafted music is the result of inspiration from generational songwriters, deep soul sounds and blue samericana. With hard howling riffs, boundless energy and high octane songs, conjure asound akin to White Denim, Alabama Shakes and Catfish & The Bottlemen. They just played at Beacon Festival and for the past few months have been gigging in some of London's renowned venues "The new EP is going to rock your body and make you jump up and down on your bed with some great guitar vibes and classic british blues rock vocals.”- Mugzmag “I've been working with Nick Varey for years , and this is an artist that has never disappointed . Now roaring though the scene with Lowly Hounds i feel he's found the perfect equilibrium between a rocking live band with a kick and proper songwriting, an absolute sure thing to check out. - Famous Wolf Promotions HANA PIRAHNA Hana Piranha is a classically trained virtuoso violinist. From an early age she identified with strong women and individuality. Like her heroes Patti Smith and PJ Harvey, Hana has a complexity and vulnerability about her that shows you can be strong and triumphant by being wounded and fragile. "Not so much caravans and campfires, more like T-Birds and Tequila... It all sounds like Kittie covering AC/DC...with a violin." - Michael Johnson, Nemesis To Go "If you love music that comes from the heart, is loud, dark and a wee bit devilish - you’re going to love Hana Piranha."- Olivia Cellamare, Gypsy Death And You DAMIEN McFLY Hailing from Padova, Italy, Damien McFly is the moniker behind Damiano Ferrari,a driven, passionate and charismatic folk singer who bridges the gaps between old and new. His sound is a great compromise between the timeless vibes of country / folk and the catchy appeal of pop melodies with just a guitar, mandolin, double bass and drums. In order to get a solid fan base he released four Cover Collections in 2014 with more than 20 videos. Thanks to this,

 TJWS 295: Mondays are music days | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:41:46

I think we can all agree - Mondays are a great day for music. We're glad you're with us for today's episode full with brand new music from the submission box and a bit of banter about the superamazing Moods of the Madison festival that just took place out in Ennis, Montana. (Hint: it was amazing.) The Playlist ATL Funk Super Faced 31st Century Josephine Josephine Greye Where is Johnny Monday Blackbirds Monday Blackbirds Surrender Surrender Jon Wayne and The Pain Blue Skies A Poor Man’s Pocket David Garlitz Tonight We Celebrate v3 1 Detroit Block Party The Infatuations Past Lives The Ghost is Clear Exohxo L-O-V-E Ethereal Foxy and the Hares Viva Los Angeles Viva Los Angeles Kevin Sandbloom Dance Sunshine Dance Another Juggle Another Juggle First and Last First and Last Gemology Meet Me At The Wishing Well Shamanaid My Baby Sung To Me Sung To Me Rainbow Fresh Kiss The Ground Kiss The Ground Charlotte Wrinch The Man Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff Ton petit bébé EP David Garlitz Messing Around Messing Around Eyes For Gertrude   See you next week! ~JW and CR

 TJWS 294: Serious adulting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:50:22

We're being serious adults on the show (or exactly the opposite) today, and to make up for our seriousness (or lack thereof) we've got some great new tunes, a few from Deann Snyder of, and a few from the archive, too. The Playlist Title Album Artist Shine Josh Newell-Brown Josh Newell-Brown Vestibule Kid Galahad Kid Galahad Falling Down Erin and the Project Erin and the Project Traces Nothing At All Charlie Kulis Just To Get Something Started Just To Get Something Started (single) Shards 24 24 (single) Tony B Cutting Corners Free Single 150 Friends Club Money Killed Everything Indianapolis Devin Leslie Do You Remember …and this wild heart beats again Kareña K Black Sheep Black Sheep (single) Jimmy Ireland The Gold Standard The Gold Standard Marrow Emotional Young Men V Sakawa Boys Stompin’ Stompin’ (single) Elijah and the Moon Duck Duck Goose Country of Origin Elisabeth Blair Ghost Limb Roulette Emily Wolfe Solid State 11|70 Fake Teak For You and Me Inconnu The Fancy Toys Coffeelocks Home Gavin Castleton   Thanks and see you next week! ~JW and CR

 TJWS 293: Exohxo and Deann Snyder returns | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:02:21

We pull Seattle band Exohxo onto the show via phone to talk about their latest EP that they've released completely for free on Bandcamp called The Ghost is Clear. Deann Snyder from returns with another batch of tracks to play and saves Justin from the technology (as many of our songs are in the ether somewhere. Hopefully they'll return for next week's show.) Thanks Deann! The Playlist Title Album Artist Love The Red Ribbon Story Araby Bombay Bombay CJ Reardon Bat Your Lips Pretty Dope EP Jim From The Moon High School Lover High School Lover – Single Oregon Bike Trails You’re Beautiful You’re Beautiful Henry Maybury Bodies// Bodies// Ever We Are We Are – EP The Landing Time A dose of me Iam StringZ Wildfire Wildfire (single) Keston Cobblers Club Falling Apart Janessa Evrist‘s Album Janessa Evrist Not to Speak Is to Speak Bonhoeffer – EP Ranges Corners Corners – Single Slow Turismo Seventeen Seventeen – Single Sjowgren Interview with Jasen and Danny from Exohxo Trains that Look Like Towns The Ghost is Clear Exohxo Up to Me The Ghost is Clear Exohxo Voices Voices – Single The Belligerents   See you next week! ~JW, CR and DS

 TJWS 292: Deann Snyder from | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:10:00's Deann Snyder joins us in the studio this week to talk about her music reviewing blog - how she got started, what she's been up to and where she's heading. She also brought along a good assortment of music for the second hour that pairs well with Claire's brand new submissions on this show. The Playlist Title Album Artist America America Harriet Little Don’t Date a Girl Who Travels Marte Up In The Air Up In The Air Jay Tromp Dance Sunshine Dance Dance Sunshine Dance Another Juggle Seeing Red Shamanaid My Baby Ahead Ahead Sunday Night Syndrome Bull By The Horns Bull By The Horns Ded Rabbit Beam A Scene of Plenty Keston Cobblers Club Wild Wild EP Sheepy This Town This Town Tom Vevers Stone Cold Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas The Fountain Tomorrow Future Islands To Know You Are Not Alone Safe Enough to Wander Aaron Espe A Call For Distance Glider Heather Woods Broderick Say More Say More Maribou State Am I Not Your Boy Dead Young Fathers Then Comes The Wonder Then Comes The Wonder The Landing Paradise Vacation Mansions Damon McMahon Warranted Queen Warranted Queen – EP Arum Rae Satellite Moon Darker Shores – EP Strand of Oaks I See Our Love Falls Out I See Our Love Falls Out The Black Suns Darling   See you next week! ~JW and CR

 Top 10 of July 2015 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 17:31

Justin and I got tired of playing nice, so the competitive aspect of the Top 10 is back! We've each picked 5 wicked tracks each and now it's your turn to get behind the artist (or artists) you want to make it to the top. Links to the Artists: Sunday Night Syndrome My Baby The 150 Friends Club Janessa Evrist Exohxo Another Juggle Indigo Face Alexander Michelle Delaire Jay Tromp

 TJWS 291: Surprise guests and LOTS of new tunes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:01:41

You'll hear from some special guests and some great new music on the show this week. Randy Combs joins us briefly as our punk rock expert, and Umong Shah drops by to discuss Elle Exxe's new single, "Lost in L.A." We have plenty of brand new independent music for you too and we'll ask for your comments about the new Apple Music deal. The Playlist Title Album Artist Girl In A Room Girl In A Room Antiqcool Frost Flower Single Ashleigh Sladen You Ain’t Punk Uncaged Chip DiMonick A Rock & Roll Heart A Rock & Roll Heart Driftwood Past Lives The Ghost is Clear Exohxo Bad Habits Burnin’ Both Ends Doug Balmain Love Ain’t Easy Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Wild For You (single) Wild For You (Single) Sleep Machine Uprising Shamanaid My Baby Ignis Fatuus The Inner wastelands Maud the moth Battle Cry Battle Cry The Dandies Lost in L.A. Lost in L.A. Elle Exxe Happy Birthday (Dear Human) 2014 Demos Tom Rosenthal Feel Like This A New Level of Neon The Carrions Salt Emerge Dog Society Endless Creation Keep You Satisfied The Boston Boys Half Inch Map The Machine Stops Brittsommar Catapult Catapult Birds Over Arkansas   See you next week! ~JW and CR

 Gig Preview: Discovery 2 with Ded Rabbit, Delaire, Sheepy, Rita Satch and Mo Michael (with DJ Delphi) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 35:00

Our June preview podcast features tracks from all five of the artists who will be at the gig on June 25th. You'll hear from electronic pop act Delaire, A Scottish, Alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk called Ded Rabbit, punk/pop from Sheepy, An unforgetable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene known as Rita Satch, and Mo Michael who plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments. Gig Particulars When: Thursday 25th June, 2015 Doors: 7.30pm  Show starts: 8.00pm Venue: 229 The Venue, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN Tube: Great Portland Street Join the Facebook Event Tickets: £7 in advance or £10 at the door DED RABBIT Ded an alt rock/Indie band with twist of funk, consisting of four brothers from Yorkshire who moved to the Highlands. They're racking up airplay on XFM, BBC Scotland, BBC6 Music, have performed at Wide Days Convention, Liverpool Sound City. They will be appearing at this year's T In The Park and Xpo North. This Discovery showcase will be their London stop to promote  release of their forthcoming Ep 'Moving In Slow Motion'. “It’s an explosive affair when you see Ded Rabbit live. I’d put them up there with Catfish And TheBottlemen as one of the best live acts around at the moment.” - Jim Gellatly "Undeniable stage presence and performance skills”(-)”An exciting live band that will appeal widely and who are definitely festival-ready” - David Balfour, Record Of The Day. DELAIRE With vocals as pure as the diamond she derives her name from, DELAIRE is ready to shine. Drawing inspiration from the spectacular Delaire Sunrise Diamond, her addictive melodies are only matched by sensual, yet subtle lyrical stylings. Like the precious stone itself, the end result is a composition of conflicting qualities. Powerful, yet intricate. Controlled, yet pure. Composed, but natural. Delaire played at the recent Innocent festival and her new single 'Belief' is picking up airplay on Amazing Radio. SHEEPY The three piece Liverpudlian punk rock band put on live energetic shows, revealing mega catchy songs, tight hooks and lovely harmonies. The band have played across the UK, Ireland and toured  Europe in 2012 and 2013 with Vamos. Sheepy's debut self-titled album was released on Blang Records in January 2014 with singles "These Clothes" and "Don't Know Much" coming from it, both tracks receiving lots of praise and buzz. The band will be performing tracks off their forthcoming EP 'Wild' (Blang Records) at Discovery. "a melodic, hook laden classic - so adverse and unconcerned as to what is gracing the pages of the NME", Louder Than War RITA SATCH Think pop melodies, rich harmonies of Motown with dark soulful beats and modern grooves of the UK’s underground music scenes, mixed with a powerful jazz inspired husky vocal and that’s the sound of one Rita Satch. Widely known for her soulful and seductive live performances, Rita Satch has fast developed a reputation as an unforgettable presence in Australia’s neo-soul scene. Ahead of her Glastonbury festival appearance Rita plays Discovery. “There is no questioning the sensationally sultry timbre of Satch’s voice”, Vulture Magazine MO MICHAEL A self taught musician, plays blues and folk influenced music with African sentiments. He has worked as a session guitarist with artists including Tina Turner, Quincy Jones, Ruby Turner, Evelyn Thomas,Imagination, Errol Brown, Paul Weller, Wham!, Suggs, Erasure. In the early 80's he joined Private Lives with John Adams who signed to EMI and made a well received album, which gave him a pop profile.  He's worked with a variety of African artists, including Baba Maal, Moudi Kabalou, for whom he produced a Kora Award nominated album.

 TJWS 290: Rambunctious chatroom rabble | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:58:48

A vocal and opinionated chatroom joined us for this week’s live show, so you’ll hear us arguing about  discussing the music and other “important” issues. (It’s great to have a big chatroom again! Thanks for coming by!) You’ll also hear some great new music from a bunch of new artists to the show, as well as new singles from Madi Davis, Elle Exxe and Hunter Dumped Us Here. The Playlist Title Album Artist Runaway With Me Stone Cold EP Bella Farinas Heads Flux Close Talker Music is the Cure Music is the Cure Night Wolf Tired of giving good things up (monopunk remix) Remixes Bowe She Was She Was – EP Blade Of Grass Know Myself Know Myself Kieran Connell Summer Sun (rough demo) Nakisha Esnard Mind Games Bright Blue Havilah 6:14 6:14 Alexander Michelle No Chances Of The She Wolf EP Della Lupa Bashful Lashes Bashful Lashes Candy Cigarettes Lost in L.A. Lost in L.A. Elle Exxe Smart What I Know Madi Davis Heartbeats Science & Magic Andrew Foster Fingers Fingers Analogue Wave Blue Treasure Blue Treasure Double A Side Hunter Dumped Us Here Tear Us Apart Commoners, Peers, Drunks & Theives The Talks Holding On Holding On Bobbie Morrone Brave New World The Socialite Andy Clockwise A Minor Waltz The Bribes EP The Bribes No Reason Better Days The Black Clouds   Thanks for joining us. See you next week! ~JW and CR

 TJWS 289: Funeral for Claire’s computer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:09:53

While Claire's computer is on life support, she joins us from another device and brings some great new music to our ears. You'll also hear from Blunderbuss-mate (that's where I am these days) Tate Chamberlin who is bringing a big music festival to Ennis, Montana on July 17th and 18th called Moods of the Madison. It's an eclectic music festival bringing together different genres and causes. We'll hear from a few of the local/regional bands who will be appearing and more from Tate about what it's all about. The Playlist Title Album Artist Right Swipe #You're Not Playing The Character, You Are The Character; Drink The Bleach! Dah Rhyl Gah Moor Falling Apart Janessa Evrist's Album Janessa Evrist Not Afraid Why Not? Edewaard Human aka Man's Lot Human aka Man's Lot - Single The 150 Friends Club Ten Miles Down the Road Still Human Off The Record Is It Too Late This Is The End Of The Rock And Roll Antoines Zeppelin The College Years (Opi -Um) JoeJoeKeys Sugar and Mess April Maybe May April Maybe May Nashvegas Houses on a Hill Bearkat Hear the Sound Can't Talk Now Greg Friedman Over to You Over to You Analog Birds Interview with Tate Chamberlin - Moods of the Madison Get Some The Squeeze Cure for the Common Surrender Surrender Jon Wayne and the Pain Hear the Sound Can't Talk Now Greg Friedman This Town This Town Tom Vevers Pins Sparkleton Grown Up Avenger Stuff So Rewind So Rewind Narrow Plains Club Low Club Low Model Aeroplanes A Mermaid's Song Club Low Antiqcool Hey Girl Ani-K Ani-K Ignis Fatuus The Inner wastelands Maud the moth Most People Are Better Than You Payin' 4 Yesterday JoeJoeKeys No Chances Of The She Wolf EP Della Lupa See you next week! ~JW and CR

 Top Ten Songs of June 2015 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 42:44

Both Claire and Justin host this month's Top Ten which include some lovely artists including Grown Up Avenger Stuff, Narrow Plains, Tom Vevers, Greg Friedman and six more! Vote for your favorite three below and help one of these artists go down in TJWS legend. The Artists links and Twitter handles for you better to support them and get them more votes Greg Friedman @gregfriedman Tom Vevers @tomvevers Grown Up Avenger Stuff @avengerstuff Narrow Plains @narrowplains Model Aeroplanes @modelaeroplanes Antiqcool @antiqcool Ani-K #iamanik Maud the moth @maudthemoth JoeJoeKeys @joejoekeys Della Lupa @dellalupauk And all of their twitter handles together @gregfriedman  @tomvevers  @avengerstuff  @narrowplains  @modelaeroplanes  @antiqcool  #iamanik  @maudthemoth  @joejoekeys  @dellalupauk


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