This week we dive into yet another music-only session! From hip-hop to post-rock, from new music to great throwbacks, this episode come jam-packed with amazing tunes to suit all your needs. This episode also marks the beginning of a new feature called “Starfrosch Hot Track of the Week“, which is a collaboration with Starfrosch. If you want to know more about their Creative Commons chart, make sure you listen to our interview with Markus Koeller.

The Impossebulls – No Country for Old Men [blocSonic] // CC BY-NC-SA
Severin – I Really Adore You [Needle Drop Co.] // CC BY-NC
waterpistol – The Look You’re Giving Me [Jamendo] // CC BY-NC-ND
Monkey Warhol – Waiting [FMA] // CC BY
Ziegler Co. – Clarity [Foof Records] // CC BY-NC-SA
*meltycanon – Romeo [Soundcloud] // CC BY-NC-SA
ALMUNIA – Nisida Shores [Bad Panda Records] // CC BY-NC-SA
Fodiator – Fodi Scope [Southern City’s Lab] // CC BY-NC-SA
VUKOVAR – The Three Shades [Vulpiano Records] // CC BY-NC-ND
As Above So Below – Exile [Enough Records] // CC BY-NC-SA
Time.Space.Repeat – World Awake [Lost Children] // CC BY-NC-ND
Hermelin – …Sharp Teeth [FMA] // CC BY-NC-SA

 

On this week’s show, we had the pleasure to talk to Alex Lungu from Copy-Me. Copy-Me is a platform that tries to debunk myths around copying… So, they talk a lot about issues such as copyright, remixing, creativity and so on. The project started as a webseries and was crowdfunded on Indiegogo. Now, Copy-Me is a hub of knowledge and creative resources related to said topics. Much like White Market Podcast, because copyright is such a complex issue, they often delve into parallel themes, such as piracy and web surveillance.

Following the current transformation of White Market into a syndication platform for community radio stations, the interview is also available for download as a standalone piece (two parts), in both WAV and MP3. You can find extra details about the content on each part and extra credits here.

Arrow & Olive – My Place [Jamendo] // CC BY-SA
Hajime Kaneda – Irony (feat ナトリネ) [Tanukineiri Records] // CC BY-NC-SA
Tromchessar – Cupidum Memorias [Bandcamp] // CC BY-NC-SA
Broke for Free – Night Owl [FMA] // CC-BY
The New Geometry – Brothers by Light [Enough Records] // CC BY-NC-SA
Damare – Constant [bumpfoot] // CC BY-NC-SA
Dragão Inkomodo – A chuva lá fora, a rua desperta [ZigurArtists] // CC BY-NC-SA
P.SUS – Can’t Stop (feat. Lunagram) [Dusted Wax Kingdom] // CC BY-NC-ND

We celebrated Netlabel Day 2015 with an exclusive playlist that only included participating netlabels. The real challenge was to pick the best ones!

Nowhere Fast – &i [Sostanze Records]
Break the Bans – People (I need a bomb inside my heart) [Southern City’s Lab]
Walrus – I Just Wanna Be Me [Yes No Wave Music]
Light Up The Sky! – Sophie’s Lullaby [56kbps]
Boblebad – Boblebad [Mars Melons]
Captive Portal –  T-Shirts Silly Bus [mahorka]
Nyquist – The Last Summer [FutureDraht]
Lord Breu – Dendê [Latino Resiste]
Van Delay – El éxito [Amalgamated Futureless Artists]
Ping-Fonk – Broken Machine Blues [Disfish]
FUTURESOUNDER – Take Me To The Sun [Subbass]
SanthiAgo – Door to Door [bleepsequence]
Herr Doktor – Miami Call [Enough Records]
Just Plain Ant – The Day Has Begun [blocsonic]

Our live reboot and first session at Spark couldn’t have had a better playlist. From rock’n’roll to smooth tropical beats, there was a bit of everything there. There were a few hiccups here and there, but not bad for a restart.

My Morning Jacket / One Big Holiday [FMA]
Winter – Alligator [aaahh records]
Talk Less Say More – When The Storm Came [Records on Ribs]
Norton – Sailing Across a Distant Sea (Stereoboy remix) [aerotone/Archive.org]
Roulet – Atilua [FMA]
Dany F – Bonita (feat. BTP) [Bandcamp]
Sunsplash – Delfines [Bandcamp]
Caballo – Not Feeling’ da Vibe [LibreCommeLair]
Chroma-kei – Turn out, tune up, drop in [Maltine Records]
Darksunn – Fremen [Monster Jinx]
M-PeX – Ignis [Enough Records]
Terrible Terrible – Technicolor Idols [Jamendo]
Basement Skylights – Technicolor Idols [Jamendo]

.: Photo by Acid Pix :. CC-BY