Sunday, June 24, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 049)




A full array of songs, roar across the net like a digital comet, as episode 49 begins from the light and moves towards the darker waves and atmosphere on the spectrum of music, featuring: Robert Plant, Temples, Goat Girl, Art D’Ecco, The Gorlons, Secret Colours, Sea Pinks, Black Mirrors, Holy Wave, Future, Has a Shadow, and Alice Cooper.

More than just a podcast, World United Music has emerged to bring you the best music being made in the 21st century by signed, unsigned and Independent artists.

To all the Artists, be sure to share the podcast episode with your network as it helps bring attention not only to your work but to the work of others as well. That's what the “World United Music” project is all about, bringing attention to all the artists who make great music.

The Minstral Show – (Episode 049)


SONGS:

SET 01
Robert Plant – The May Queen
Temples – Prisms
Goat Girl – Crow Cries
Art D’Ecco – Nobody’s Home

SET 02
The Gorlons – Stare Into the Sun
Secret Colours – It Can’t Be Simple
Sea Pinks – Dream Happening
Black Mirrors – Funky Queen

SET 03
Holy Wave – Night Tripper
Future – Skylights
Has a Shadow – Sky is Hell Black
Alice Cooper - Fireball

ALSO:

Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. (See Details below.)

ARTISTS WEBSITES:


The World United Music Podcast was carried on 11 different platforms including Anchor FM, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Castbox, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PodBean and of course on our World United Music Blog. You can still find the show on Breaker & PodBean linked below. Hey, “Catch the Wave!”

Catch the Wave!

Sunday, June 17, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 048)




Good music often provokes thoughts of the past within to bring us back in time to places, faces and atmosphere of moments we hold in our memories…and While our minds are carried away by the music, we also process thoughts and moments to help make sense of where we were, where we are and where we are going in life. Today’s episode offers an awesome lineup of artists with songs that examine some of those thoughts and some of our questions to life, featuring; Old Sea Brigade, Lonely Robot, Parker BOMBSHELL, Dave Kerzner, John Palmer, Hiromitsu Agatsuma, Roger Waters, Darrel Treece-Birch, First Aid Kit, Raise Hell Over the Summer, Black out Mechanics, and James Harker.

More than just a podcast, World United Music has emerged to bring you the best music being made in the 21st century by signed, unsigned and Independent artists.

To all the Artists, be sure to share the podcast episode with your network as it helps bring attention not only to your work but to the work of others as well. That's what the “World United Music” project is all about, bringing attention to all the artists who make great music.

The Minstral Show – (Episode 048)


SONGS:

SET 01
Old Sea Brigade – Wash Me Away
Lonely Robot – In Floral Green
Parker BOMBSHELL – Dust
Dave Kerzner – My Old Friend

SET 02
John Palmer – Cloudesley Road
Hiromitsu Agatsuma – Yuudachi
Roger Waters – Comfortably Numb
Darrel Treece-Birch – Riding the Waves

SET 03
First Aid Kit – Wolf
Raise Hell Over the Summer – High School Weight
Black out Mechanics – Stay on the Top
James Harker - Swanbourne

ALSO:

Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. (See Details below.)

ARTISTS LINKS:


The World United Music Podcast was carried on 11 different platforms including Anchor FM, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Castbox, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PodBean and of course on our World United Music Blog. You can still find the show on Breaker & PodBean linked below. Hey, “Catch the Wave!”

Catch the Wave!

Friday, June 8, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 047)



The World changed on September 11th, 2001; a day that will live on in infamy as a nightmare, that violently shook awake a western world living in apathy. For many, the finger of blame, that came from government and mainstream TV & news mediums was embraced and believed without question, but for others, it was an awakening to something far more sinister as the coming wars on oil rich nations would prove and so a truth seeking alternative media already up and running before that fateful day, sprung to life exponentially using the new age of internet communication to connect the dots and feed a growing hunger for truth via user friendly websites, chat rooms and social media.

The music industry, which was controlled by fewer and fewer hands was also censored, in that the bulk of mainstream TV and radio carried a disconnected corporate program while in contrast, the internet opened up new doors for independent artists to let out the real feelings and expressions of the people through their music.

Music emerged via the Internet to express the conscious awakening and the discontent people were feeling with the direction our governments and news mediums were leading us in…throughout modern history the peoples voice can be heard through music for moral causes and yet the mainstream airwaves played none of it…

This weeks episode of the Minstral Show will showcase some of that music featuring, Peter Case, Brother Speed, Jack Savoretti, Griffin House, Darling and Co, Rachel Van Zanten, Andy White, Switchfoot, Damien Dempsey and Isaac Hayden.

More than just a podcast, World United Music has emerged to bring you the best music being made in the 21st century by signed, unsigned and Independent artists.

To all the Artists, be sure to share the podcast episode with your network as it helps bring attention not only to your work but to the work of others as well. That's what the “World United Music” project is all about, bringing attention to all the artists who make great music.

The Minstral Show – (Episode 047)


SONGS:


SET 01
Peter Case – Lost in the Sky
Brother Speed – Which Side I’m On
Jack Savoretti – Lost America
Griffin House – Go Through It

SET 02
Darling and Co – Wrong Lines
Rachel Van Zanten – My Country
Andy White – This is Not a Television Show

SET 03
Switchfoot – Fading West
Damien Dempsey – The City

Isaac Hayden – I Lived

ALSO:

Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. (See Details below.)

ARTIST LINKS:


The World United Music Podcast was carried on 11 different platforms including Anchor FM, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Castbox, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PodBean and of course on our World United Music Blog. You can still find the show on Breaker & PodBean linked below. Hey, “Catch the Wave!”

Catch the Wave!


World United Music Promotions

Progressive Rock – (2015 to 2019)

NEW - World Music for Film

Rhythm and Blues – (2000 to 2019)

Psychedelic, Alternative, New Wave, Dark Wave – (2000 to 2019)

Rock, Alternative - (2010 to 2019)

Soft Rock, Lite Rock – (2010 to 2019)

Pop Rock – (2000 to 2019)

Folk Rock, Acoustic – (2010 to 2019)

Hard Rock, Heavy Metal – (2000 to 2019)

Punk Rock, High Energy Rock n Roll – (2000 to 2019)

Afro Jazz Funk - (2000 to 2029)

Southern Rock, Alt Country – (2000 to 2019)

Classic, New Age Classic

New Age Alternative

Ambient, Electronic, Relaxation

Music for the Revolutionary Mind