RatholeRadio 37 – 17th Oct 10

Posted on October 19, 2010

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It’s Rathole time again and I’ve got something slightly different for you this episode. I was joined by our first returning guest, Jono Bacon of Ubuntu and Severed Fifth fame. He’s just released the second album which I actually mastered so you’ll have to forgive the love in. I think this album is a big advance on the previous offering though and I’m keen to know how living in California has affected things. We discuss his new live band and many other things, as well as playing some tracks. There’s also a live acoustic track from myself, some nerdcore, some dub, some electro and more. So if you’re not a metal fan don’t worry, there’s plenty of variety as always.

  • 07:25 – Binarpilot – Geeks – CC BY-NC-ND Licensed from the new album Nordland, recently released. Scandinavian electro vibes.
  • 20:29 – Interview with guest Jono Bacon of Severed Fifth
  • 30:54 – Severed Fifth – The Blackening – CC BY-SA Licensed
  • 34:53 – More chat with Jono
  • 50:03 – LIVE TRACK – “Sittin’ On A Dock Of The Bay” by Otis Redding. Another soul classic for you this time by one of my favourite singers, with one of my favourite backing bands. I also mentioned the sad death of Solomon Burke, for my money one of the best male voices the world has ever heard.
  • 65:12 – Kagnee – Sick – CC BY-SA Licensed

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Next show: Sunday 31st October 2010 at 9pm UK time

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What Others Are Saying

  1. oliver October 20, 2010 at 6:29 pm

    nice to hear the Severed Fifth stuff isn’t as “extreme” as their earlier stuff. I really want to like them :-)

  2. Dan October 20, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    @Oliver – The second album is a massive improvement on the first IMO, I think Jono agrees. I understand what you’re saying, metal isn’t for everyone but it has a dedicated following, especially in San Francisco where they’re now based :)

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