Thursday, April 23, 2020
Welcome to the Minstral Show, the podcast that spotlights the very best music from around the world, made exclusively in the 21st century.
With the World under lock down due to fears of COVID-19, many artists and musicians have been turning their free time into creative works. Indeed, it’s safe to say that we’re entering a new age of awakening and renaissance. I can attest to this because my inbox has been filled with hundreds of emails from artists sharing their latest thoughts, ideas and creations.
It is a time when the lights are on, when people are focused and at their most creative and attentive. Although things in the world may look bleak at the moment, they will get better.
There is a Japanese proverb that says, “fall down 7 times, get up 8” ...and so that’s what we shall do collectively once this COVID Medical Martial lock down is over. We’ll pick ourselves up and evolve to the next phase. I’m quite confident that we will make it to the next round.
With that said, there’s a lot of great music being created this year which I am very happy to share through a new version of the Minstral Show. Here are 11 new tracks to get you through the lock down by signed, unsigned and Independent artists from around the World featuring, The Dream Syndicate, Ojibo Afrobeat, Kevin Morby, Roadkeeper, The Flamingo Jones, The Psychic Ills, The Hanging Stars, Deep Purple, The Spacelords, Ulver, and Darknight.
Have a great day / evening, stay safe and we’ll catch you on the next episode of The Minstral Show.
The Minstral Show – (Episode 84)
The Dream Syndicate – The Regulator (2020 Feb 26)
Ojibo Afrobeat – Dunes (2020 Jan 24)
Kevin Morby – I was on Time – (2020 Mar 03)
Roadkeeper – Sundowners (2020 Mar 27)
The Flamingo Jones – Night Train Electric (2020 Apr 20)
Psychic Ills – Never Learn not to Love (2020 Mar 31)
The Hanging Stars – I Woke Up in July (2020 Feb 21)
Deep Purple – Throw My Bones (2020 Mar 20)
The Spacelords – Frau Kuhnkes Kosmos (2020 Feb 21)
Ulver – Little Boy (2020 Apr 03)
Darknight – Well, It’s Time (2019 Dec 24)
Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. (See Artist Links below.)