Welcome to the March 5 episode of Lost & Found Radio where every week we search the web from top to bottom for 1/2 an hour of the the newest independent music anywhere. To listen, you can right click on the link below to download or just click the green play button on the streaming player. Enjoy!

Lost & Found Web Radio, March 5, 2010

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1). The Wild Complete – The Wild Complete

The Wild Complete began as a dream, a twenty-five piece symphonic dream in which front man Ryan Burian had created a picturesque idea in his mind. Burian acknowledged the fact it would be a true struggle to hunt down enough friends that played each instrument, but he was determined to create an ensemble that stuck true to his heart. Coming to terms with his pressed time, Burian opted to narrow his symphony down to twelve instruments, all in which he depended on close friends to play.

2). Viktoria A. LisbetThe Only Sensible Way (Free Download)

3). Sarina SimoomAway to You (Free Download)

A band started in 1995 in Washington DC, by Jennifer Herbst. She moved to moved to Denver, CO in 1997 and then reformed the band with mostly new members.

4). PostModern Escape ArtistBossa Nova Shuffle (Bon Voyage) (Free Download)

PostModern Escape Artist was born in Oakland in 1991 to an artist father and singer mother. Due to his age, colleagues, companions, and new acquaintances are usually taken back by his stoic sense of humor, love for 40’s-50’s swing jazz music, and unemotional facial expressions.

5). Bad Billy – The Hangman’s Tale

6). NoblesseCorrect (Free Download)

7). Matt StevensBurning Bandstands (Free Download)

Matt Stevens (no relation) is an instrumental artist from North London, who uses an acoustic guitar and a sampler to create multi-layered live tracks. This is often called Live Looping. I discovered him after googling my own name.


One Response to Lost & Found Radio, March 5, 2010

  1. Nick Tann says:

    That Matt Stevens track is amazing!


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