Well Made Music 13

February 28, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music podcast 13.

Well Made Music features ambient, electronica, lounge, experimental and contemporary classical music from around the world.

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Music in podcast 13 is as follows:

Artist – Shane Glynn
Song – Guitar Works No1
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/shaneglynn

Artist – Brindisi Paradiso
Song – Boca Boca
Website – http://www.peoplelikesound.com
myspace – http://www.myspace.com/brindisiparadiso

Artist – Dveight
Song – Experiment 2
Website – http://www.dveight.net
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/evilhill

Artist – Foreign System
Song – Grapes & Concubines
Website – http://www.foreignsystem.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/foreignsystem

Artist – Twisted Tone Lab
Song – DoubleThink
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/twistedtonelab
Aslo at – http://www.garageband.com/artist/twistedtonelab


Solipsistic Nation can be found at http://www.solipsisticnation.com

I would like to thank the bands, individuals and labels concerned for the permission to use their work.

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk


Three men In a Pod 1

February 18, 2007

Three Men In A Pod no 1

Three Men In A Pod: a collaborative podcast by the makers of the Well Made Music, Three From Leith & The Electrical Language podcasts.

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To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

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Neil – Well Made Music
http://www.wellmademusic.co.uk

Chromata – Koita
http://www.myspace.com/chromatamusic

Davide Arneodo – Il Piccolo Fuoco Fatuo
http://www.davidearneodo.com
myspace: http://www.myspace.com/davidearneodo

Under – Keep On Moving
http://www.underthemusic.com
myspace: http://www.myspace.com/underthemusic

Grant – Three From Leith
http://threefromleith.com

Don Lennon – Young People Need Guidance
http://www.donlennon.com

Freddy – Free
http://freddynet.com/

The Martial Arts – Finale
http://www.themartialarts.org/

Soundbed was Fumitaka Anzai – SadSequence Part1-2(edited)
http://tinyurl.com/8665a

Gabor – The Electrical Language Podcast
http://www.electricallanguage.co.uk/podcast.html

Starfish64 – On Either Side
http://www.myspace.com/starfish64

Lunascape – Mindstalking
http://www.lunascape.net/

Lazy Sinatra – Why Don’t You Ask You
http://www.myspace.com/lazysinatra

Soundbed: Torchomatic – White Hotel
http://www.torchomatic.net/

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk

Neil, Grant and Gabor want to thank all their friends who provided voice tracks for this podcast: Rob, Cynthia, Bruce, Skippy, War-N, Christabelle, Linda, Freddy and Id.


Well Made Music 12

February 18, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music podcast 12.

Well Made Music features ambient, electronica, lounge, experimental and contemporary classical music from around the world.

To listen and/or subscribe to the podcast using iTunes click here.

To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

To download to podcast directto your computer click here.

Why call it Well Made Music? The Futurists (that’s the early 20th century Italian art movement, not the 1980s UK new romantic pop music movement) wanted to “destroy the prejudice for well-made music”. Notions of harmony in music were to be replaced by expressions of power, force and mechanics. Don’t get me wrong, I admire the work of the Futurists; but I also admire ‘well-made’ music and I’m not ready to see it destroyed just yet and that’s why the podcast is called Well Made Music. Oddly, I feel the Futurists may have approved of the type of ‘well-made’ music featured in the podcast. I do, after all, feature music made using machines.

Music in podcast 12 is as follows:

Artist – Aoyoma
Song – En Marche
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/laligneclaire

Artist – Michael Fakesch1st Stroke
Song – 1st Stroke
Website – http://www.michaelfakesch.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/michaelfakesch
Also at – http://www.k7.com
Also at – http://www.funkstorung.com

Artist – Artemis
Song – Fountain Of Life (Lean On It Mix) (Remixed By DJ Anser)
Website – http://www.artemis.fm
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/artemis1
Also at – https://cyberset.cc/artists.php?tr_artist_id=3

Artist – I Am Dog Biscuit
Song – Flux Capacitor
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/iamdogbiscuit
Also at – http://www.garageband.com/artist/i_am_dog_biscuit

Artist – Xerxes
Song – Angelina
Website – http://www.xerxes-music.com/
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/xerxesambient

I would like to thank the bands, individuals and labels concerned for the permission to use their work.

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk


Well made Music 11

February 18, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music podcast 11.

To listen and/or subscribe to the podcast using iTunes click here.

To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

To download the podcast direct to your computer click here.

Why call it Well Made Music? The Futurists (that’s the early 20th century Italian art movement, not the 1980s new romantic pop music movement) wanted to “destroy the prejudice for well-made music”. Notions of harmony in music were to be replaced by expressions of power, force and mechanics. Don’t get me wrong, I admire the work of the Futurists; but I also admire ‘well-made’ music and I’m not ready to see it destroyed just yet and that’s why the podcast is called Well Made Music. Oddly, I feel the Futurists may have approved of the type of ‘well-made’ music featured in the podcast. I do, after all, feature music made using machines.

Music in podcast 11 is as follows:

Artist – Den Of Sound
Song – Ultra
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/2601972

Artist – Ici Aussi
Song – Here Is Love
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/iciaussi

Artist – The Chill Conspiracy
Song – Moments
Website – http://home.arcor.de/Stiwidiwi/MUSIC.htm
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/thechillconspiracy

Artist – Cult With No Name
Song – Operation Failed
website – http://www.cultwithnoname.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/cwnn

Artist – The Modern Art Quartet
Song – Born With Teeth
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/themodernartquartet

I would like to thank the bands, individuals and labels concerned for the permission to use their work.

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk


Well Made Music 10

February 18, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music podcast 10.

To listen and/or subscribe to the podcast using iTunes click here.

To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

To download the podcast direct to your computer click here.

Why call it Well Made Music? The Futurists (that’s the early 20th century Italian art movement, not the 1980s new romantic pop music movement) wanted to “destroy the prejudice for well-made music”. Notions of harmony in music were to be replaced by expressions of power, force and mechanics. Don’t get me wrong, I admire the work of the Futurists; but I also admire ‘well-made’ music and I’m not ready to see it destroyed just yet and that’s why the podcast is called Well Made Music. Oddly, I feel the Futurists may have approved of the type of ‘well-made’ music featured in the podcast. I do, after all, feature music made using machines.

Music in podcast 10 is as follows:

Artist – DVeight
Song – Granuloma
Website – http://www.dveight.net
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/evilhill

Artist – Torchomatic
Song – Sunrise
Website – http://www.torchomatic.net
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/torchomatic
Also at – http://www.garageband.com/artist/torchomatic

Artist – The Place Promised Beyond The Clouds
Song – 1.30am
Website – http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp?AID=252950&T=8540
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/theplacepromised

Artist – Chromata
Song – Koita
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/chromatamusic

Artist – Golden Apple Music
Song – Sometimes I Remember
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/goldenapplemusic

I would like to thank the bands, individuals and labels concerned for the permission to use their work.

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk


Well Made Music 9

February 18, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music podcast 9.

To listen and/or subscribe to the podcast using iTunes click here.

To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

To download the podcast direct to your computer click here.

Why call it Well Made Music? The Futurists (that’s the early 20th century Italian art movement, not the 1980s new romantic pop music movement) wanted to “destroy the prejudice for well-made music”. Notions of harmony in music were to be replaced by expressions of power, force and mechanics. Don’t get me wrong, I admire the work of the Futurists; but I also admire ‘well-made’ music and I’m not ready to see it destroyed just yet and that’s why the podcast is called Well Made Music. Oddly, I feel the Futurists may have approved of the type of ‘well-made’ music featured in the podcast. I do, after all, feature music made using machines.

Music in podcast 9 is as follows:

Artist – Graham Dodd
Song – Spring Breeze
Website – http://www.garageband.com/artist/Graham_Dodd
Also at – http://www.soundclick.com/grahamdodd

Artist – Blythe [Robert Bishop]
Song – Floaty
Website – http://www.blythetunes.com
Also at – http://www.garageband.com/artist/blythe

Artist – Sutro
Song – Affected
Website – http://www.sutro-music.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/sutro

Artist – Mikael Fyrek
Song – Goodnight Nobody
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/mikaelfyrek

Artist – Strek
Song – Lubumbashi
Website – http://www.betullarecords.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/strek

Artist – David Miles Huber/Marcell Marias
Song – Rennaisance
Website – http://www.51bpm.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/51bpm

Artist – The Weather Inside
Song – Lullaby 38
Website – http://www.theweatherinside.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/theweatherinside

Artist – The Winston Giles Orchestra
Song – All For You
Website – http://www.winstongilesorchestra.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/thewinstongilesorchestra

Artist – Twisted Tone Lab
Song – Vissier
Website – http://www.garageband.com/artist/twistedtonelab
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/twistedtonelab

Artist – Under
Song – Under
Website – http://www.underthemusic.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/underthemusic

Nick And Gerald Clear Air Turbulence video can be seen here.

I would like to thank the bands, individuals and labels concerned for the permission to use their work.

Tell me if you like the podcast by leaving a comment on the blog.

Contact by e-mail is at neil@wellmademusic.co.uk


Well made Music 8

February 18, 2007

My name is Neil and welcome to Well Made Music 8.

To listen and/or subscribe to the podcast using iTunes click here.

To listen to the podcast using the streaming player on the Well Made Music myspace page click here.

To download the podcast direct to your computer click here.

Why call it Well Made Music? The Futurists (that’s the early 20th century Italian art movement, not the 1980s new romantic pop music movement) wanted to “destroy the prejudice for well-made music”. Notions of harmony in music were to be replaced by expressions of power, force and mechanics. Don’t get me wrong, I admire the work of the Futurists; but I also admire ‘well-made’ music and I’m not ready to see it destroyed just yet and that’s why the podcast is called Well Made Music. Oddly, I feel the Futurists may have approved of the type of ‘well-made’ music featured in the podcast. I do, after all, feature music made using machines.

Music in podcast 8 is as follows:

Artist – Davide Arneodo
Song – Piccolo Fuoco Fatuo
Website – http://www.davidearneodo.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/davidearneodo

Artist – Delawre
Song – I Can Get Out
Website – http://www.delawaremusic.co.uk
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/delawareuk

Artist – Paul Schwartz
Song – Lux Aeterna
Website – http://www.paulschwartz.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/paulschwartz

Artist – Black Box Project
Song – Dreaming Of You
Website – http://www.soundclick.com/blackboxproject
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/projectblackboxhq

Artist – Sutro
Song – Temptress
Website – http://www.sutro-music.com
Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/sutro