Following an extended holiday, Kevie returns to the show to bring the rocking delights of Lisbon based band Neon Sun to the CCJam listeners. They have a web presence on Jamendo, Bandcamp, Facebook, Spotify, SoundCloud and YouTube. Sadly, at this present time, there does not seem to be a way to support them financially, as their downloads on Bandcamp are free and a search on itunes proved fruitless.
Edit: upon further searching their music can be purchased on Amazon.
Freshly bronzed from the heat of the Scottish summer sunshine, Kevie stops out of the blazing sun to record episode 46 of CCJam. With the Olympic games in Rio ongoing at the time of recording it is only fitting that the featured artist is Golden Duck Orchestra from Brazil. The band are active on Facebook, Instagram,Twitter and YouTube. They have just released their first self titled album which can be purchased from their CDBaby, Soundcloud and Jamendo.
In episode 45 of CCJam, the first episode released under the Otherside Podcast Network banner, Kevie introduces the listeners to Ty Adelman. He recently released his second EP: Midnight Mind on Jamendo and is active on Twitter, Facebook and Spotify. The tracks included on this episode are:
In episode 44 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Russian rock bad Quarrel. Just new on the scene, they have an album on Jamendo and a Facebook account, but little else. The tracks included on this episode are:
In episode 42 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Sunflowers. Unfortunately he hasn’t been able to find any info about them apart from their page on Jamendo (which is rather sparse TBH). The tracks included in this episode are:
For episode 41 of CCJam, Dave Lee present to you madelyniris – Maddy Munsell.
“I write imperfect music and hope it lives inside your heart”
Recorded with a broken macbook in the closets of sorority houses and wintered piano rooms at a midwestern university,
this album will warm your heart with its honesty about the adventure of youth and love lost.
If you’ve ever screamed in the car to a mix CD, or secretly hid a tattoo from your parents, you’ll identify with the songs on “adventures.”