Matt Bigelow

music, podcasts, and recordings from tokyo

the matty b sides -- experimental tri-lingual folk

Wild Thumbprints (Bandcamp) (CD Baby) (iTunes) -- Tri-lingual outsider country-folk-rock album by The Matty B Sides

the dead sea dropouts -- Tokyo's premier Klezmer Group (YouTube)

Matty B Files (iTunes) (Podbean) -- Podcast about music and living in Tokyo

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125 | MemoryHOle MixTape Vol. 2

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I review the top indie acts from around the world who have appeared as guests on my podcast from the first half of 2017.  Featuring acts from Romania, the Philippines, Italy, Hawaii, California, Boston, etc. It's a MemoryHole PlayList like no other!

 

2017 Year in Review (Part 1)

 

Ep. 43 - Takashi Umemiya - Rebel's Revenge (I'm Still Alive)

Ep. 45 - Cameron Lee - The River

Ep. 50 - Jay Ken - Midnight Snakes - Sister Novacaine

Ep. 55 - Al & Tosh -- Sunset Drive - It's all You

Ep. 56 - Royal Bravada - Darkside Backyards

Ep. 53 - We Singing Colors - Out of the City

Ep. 64 - The Living Deads - Fixation

BONUS 1 - Ron Artist Family Band - Riding in the Surf Bus

BONUS 2 - Mike Rogers -- Sound Track "Ghost Roads a Rock and Roll Ghost Story" "Walk on the Ghost Road" by "Mr. Pan and the Screamin' Telsters"

BONUS 3 -  ザッハトルテ"Swing! Le "Curupira

 

MBF Podast Official Websites: https://mattybfiles.podbean.com / http://www.matthewpmbigelow.com/matty-blog /
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This podcast was hosted, produced, edited, written, engineered, and subdued by Matt Bigelow

 

MBF 56 - Royal Bravada (Rock from Milan!)

Royal Bravada is a rock n roll band touring Tokyo, and we breakdown the Milan music scene compared to the Tokyo music scene. I learned a lot! These guys play balls to the wall rock, and that's why they are this week's guest. Co-Producer Credits go out to Apryl Peredo. She can book your tour. You are just one-click away from booking your Japan Tour.

In the introduction:
I have seen and heard a lot of people talking about North Korea recentely, and possible military action. There are very complex social relationships between Japan and Korea. There are 100,000s of ethnic Koreans in Japan that fall into separate sub-groups. I deconstruct some of these sub-groups as a way to raise awareness about how the complex social relationships between China, Japan, Korea, and Russia will probably override miltary action. A little history goes a long way.  To be honest, it not a good idea to say "bomb this, they're bombing that, bomb bomb bomb!"

BTW -- I have music that you can buy.

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