In episode 56 of CCJam, Dave features the music of UK rock band Aphemia.
They are from Derby here in the UK, with an industrial/electronic, progressive rock sound, combining influences such as Nine Inch Nails, Celldweller, Disturbed and Muse. They recently released their latest EP “Terminus”.
Bedding music: Deeper Than You, from their 2012 album “Your World”
Please note: although the music of Aphemia is not released under a Creative Commons (or other free culture) licence, the band has given their explicit permission for their music to be featured on this episode of CCJam. Many thanks to the band.
In episode 55 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Russian rock band Rubbish Rabbits. After discovering them on their Jamendo page, Kevie scoured the web but couldn’t find much about the band, outside of the fact that they have a VK page. The tracks included in this episode are:
In episode 54 of CCJam, Yannick features the music of Ukrainian hard rock band Scream Inc..
They are a hard rock band, who began as a Metallica tribute band, back in 2008. Since 2015, they started playing their own stuff, and they now have five singles, all present on an EP called Inception, which was released on Jamendo in April this year.
In episode 53 of CCJam, Dave brings you the music of ProleteR, a French producer and beatmaker, combining heavy hip-hop beats and jazz/charleston samples, spiced with guitar arrangements and smooth pieces of synth.
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.