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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2021-08-04: Artist-Support Bandcamp Not-Quite-Friday!

August 4, 2021
AccNoir 2021-08-04

Bandcamp is at it again! Through much of 2020, they helped locked-down gigging musicians by — one day a month — waiving their cut of proceeds from online music sales through their storefront. They did some deep soul-searching with their accountants in 2021 and the program was suspended, but this month at least, it’s back. As radio programmers, we’re always keen on helping the artists we broadcast get the payments they so richly deserve, so whenever a Bandcamp Friday comes up, we try to get in front of it with a recommended playlist of artists whose music is available for sale there. And that, dear reader, characterises the set of songs selected for this week’s episode of Accordion Noir radio. If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its availability yet, you can enjoy listening to it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive. Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2021-08-04, Artist-Support Bandcamp Not-Quite-Friday!

* Amy Thatcher – ‟April’s Child” – Solo (2019) – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK – https://amythatcheraccordion.bandcamp.com (Amy also plays 

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 in The Shee and the Monster Ceilidh Band)
* Grre en famille – ‟Vivre enfant” – Le Grand Barouf (2019) – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – https://grreenfamille.bandcamp.com
* Socalled (aka Josh Dolgin) – ‟Strannik” – Instrumentals (A Bandcamp Bootleg) (2021) – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – www.socalledmusic.comhttps://socalledmtl.bandcamp.com/album/socalled-instrumentals-bandcamp-bootleg
* Entangados – ‟Purgamorio” –  (2021) – Buenos Aires, Argentina – https://entangados.bandcamp.comwww.entangados.com
* Rachel Bell – ‟Porch Life/Myrtle Street” – Virtual Accordion Camp: Live From A Quarry!  (2021) – Vermont, USA – https://virtualaccordioncamp.bandcamp.com/
http://www.virtualaccordioncamp.com/
* Iva Nova / Ива Нова – ‟Not A Branch, Swayed By A Wind Blow” – Krutila Pila (2014) – St. Petersburg, Russia – https://ivanovaband.bandcamp.com/music
* Inge Thomson – ‟Cycle” – Shipwrecks & Static (2010) – Scotland – https://ingethomson1.bandcamp.comwww.ingethomson.com
* Jackie Oates and John Spiers – ‟There Was A Lady All Skin And Bone” from The Lacemakers: The Lost Art Of Telling (2021) – England, UK – https://jackieoatesandjohnspiers.bandcamp.comwww.johnspiers.co.uk
Narrated “radio ballad” by fiddler Jackie Oates and melodeon master (Bellowhead) John Spiers
* The Dardanelles – ‟A.E Jigs” – In The Spring, That’s The Time (2020) – Newfoundland, Canada – http://thedardanelles.com/https://thedards.bandcamp.com  Aaron Collis, acc.
* Guy Klucevsek – ‟ Citrus, My Love: Scene 7” – Citrus, My Love (1993) – New York State, USA – (Finally being reissued in 2021!)
http://www.guyklucevsek.com/ Comes with bonus videos about each piece:
https://starkland.bandcamp.com/album/guy-klucevsek-citrus-my-love-with-bonus-videos
* Elye Cuthbertson – ‟The Grass Will Always Grow (feat. David Delarre)” – Covid 19 Compositions (2020) – London, UK – https://elyecuthbertson.bandcamp.com  (Fundraiser for Musicians in times of COVID)
* Rhiannon Giddens – ‟Calling Me Home” – They’re Calling Me Home  (2018) – Nashville, Tennessee, USA / Ireland – https://rhiannongiddens.bandcamp.comwww.rhiannongiddens.com  Francesco Turristi, acc.

Thanks for reading us here (and hopefully listening to us, there), but if you find you want more, you can always keep up with us on Twitter (@AccordionNoir and @AccordionBruce), Instagram (@AccordionNoirFest), and Facebook at Accordion Noir fansthe Accordion Noir Festival, and the Vancouver Squeezebox Circle (we’re hedging our bets this week, with a Zoom get-together this Friday and a live meeting — our first since last summer — the following.) Cheers & squeeze on!

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