Summary: We would like to thank all of you who take the time to venture through our site and``listen to our shows.``We are here to help support independent musicians and find new fans for their music.````In this competitive world it is an almighty task to hit every part of the cyber land, that``is why you, the listener, are an important part in helping Captain SIB reach larger``audiences.````We would like to get you onboard the magical tin-foil slipper on which we ride, we``would like to get you involved in the scientific things that we do, most importantly we``would like your help to find new ears for our madness.
The goose is plumping and the reindeers are randy. Leave those poor elves alone Santa. He's been drinking too much brandy.
Ride the magical, tin-foil slipper once more as Captain SIB delve into the world of new music.
Buckle down those tin-foil zimmers and stretch out those ears of listening. This may, in fact, be your destiny!!!
We have channeled many an ill spirit here at SIB HQ. From lazy poltergeists to cuddly phantoms. We have busted them all.
Whoosh of on your broomsticks and find me the head of a horseman. It's time for an extra spooky Captain SIB Show.
New psychedelic pop and prog podcast inbound. Shoogle your teeth loose and hide in your neighbours bush. It's time for a freak out.
OK folks, strap tight your hearing devices and join Captain SIB on a journey through the magical world of independent music. This week we take hold of the mystical fried kipper and bring to you our 1st and 3rd ReverbNation band of the week, Coastal Rise and The Spider Rockets are two totally different bands yet their medication is much suitable for your consumption. As for the rest, well decide for yourself but there is a fantastic flow this week and make sure you hit up all the bands, links included below for your convenience and be sure to share the show with your music loving friends. TO DOWNLOAD THE SHOW SIMPLY RIGHT CLICK ON DOWNLOAD AND SAVE LINK/TARGET AS. Joining us this week are. Coastal Rise – Lovely Avenue The Nice Sharp Pencils – We Never Go Cycling Anymore Xoch – Winter in Hollywood Johnny Cooper – Heartbreak Masquerade Cold Forty Three – Gotham City Lights Spider Rockets - Scream Permanent Ability – Good at Losing AiO – Beg For More Scot Sier & Motorcade – Cowboy Average Andy – The Me I Want To Be Show Notes. Coastal Rise can be found on Facebook and they are also Week 1's Captain SIB's ReverbNations Band of the Week The Nice Sharp Pencils can be found on Facebook Xoch can be found on Facebook Johnny Cooper can be found on Facebook Cold Forty Three can be found on Facebook Spider Rockets can be found on Facebook and they are also this week's Captain SIB's ReverbNations Band of the Week Permanent Ability can be found on Facebook AiO can be found on Facebook Scot Sier can be found on Facebook Average Andy can be found on Facebook
Go grab the tablecloth of life and tug sharply leaving your world in pieces. It's time for another freakout courtesy of Captain SIB.
Wrap your head up in some sticky tape and thrash to the beats of madness. It's the Captain SIB Show.
Welcome to another chapter in what has become an essential guide to everything swooshy and woogly in the new world of psychedelic music.
We've torn off the tin-foil vest in true Hulk Hogan fashion and engraved ourselves in radom lettering for our own enjoyment, now it is time for you to enjoy.
Shoogle your woogly mind with another heavy musical assault of the new psychedelic variety.
Welcome once again to another curiously idiotic episode of everyone's favourite music podcast.
"The History Effect" is the new release from Australian band Tarmac Adam. Tarmac Adam is the studio creation of Melbourne, Australia-based songwriter Matt O’Donnell and co-conspirator, multi-instrumentalist Steve Paix. Rueben Alexander signed up to play drums, and the group was completed by the arrival from Dublin of Crowded House bass player, Nick Seymour. The album can be bought from all online retailers or you can pop down your local CD merchant and see if they have it in. They have kindly sent along a little audio promo for the album which you can hear below as they discuss the many factors in making this new record. Tarmac Adam can also be found playing a wee song from the album on Episode 53 of The Captain SIB Show
Stuff your pie-holes with another musically gluttonous chapter in Captain SIB's Psychedelic Freak Out.