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Exile On Charlton Lane

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about

Independent Music Sampler #131

Aldora Britain Records proudly presents Exile On Charlton Lane, an eclectic collection of 25 independent and underground songs from all around the globe. The collection's title is inspired by our good friend, the electro kraut soul artist Charlton Lane, who is featured here. The 'Exile' is a nod of the head to three great records, by The Rolling Stones, Alabama 3 and Matchbox Twenty.

We welcome back several familiar faces this week. An offshoot of Costco Boyfriend, Cime, contributes his experimental progressive pop. We also have the gritty alt country of Jay Ottaway, the alternative cinematic pop of Sparky's Magic Piano, and the fuzzy noise pop of (EM). Reglar-Daddy return with the storytelling folk rock of Zach James, Snappy Little Numbers bring us the electronic indie pop of Steady Circuits, and Big Stir Records deliver the melodic powerpop brilliance of Nick Frater.

As always, please download, listen loud, dig deeper with your discoveries, and support Aldora Britain Records and independent music.

Tom @ Aldora Britain Records

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Please welcome these new faces to the Aldora Britain Records Community this week:

Alex Wurlitzer (cosmic Americana traveller).
Antinonchalance (noir alternative lo-fi).
Big Stoner Creek (old-time fiddle-infused country).
Dirty Cello (bluegrass-infused 60s revival).
Dusty Wright (funked-up folk rock).
Elephant Through The Alps (bluesy folk rock).
Gentle Ihor's Devotion (hard-edged post-punk).
Jolon Station Band (swampy southern rock).
Jon Cohen Experimental (bluegrass-infused indie folk).
Lamine (new wave electropop).
Lasses (traditional acapella folk).
M.X. Turner (jug band revival).
Mighty Lightweights (classic British indie).
Patrick Bourdon (Franco jazz country).
Star Anna (reflective indie folk).
Tobias Werner (roaming, gazing singer/songwriter).
24 Club (post-punk indie rock).

credits

released July 15, 2022

This album is dedicated to Jane Anderson of Zen Baseballbat. Special thank you to all the artists, bands, producers and labels involved in the making of this compilation. Artwork taken from the image 'Graffiti Eye' by Linnaea Mallette, used and modified under Public Domain license. Album compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records (ABR-353).

Tracks 1 - 5:

'Claudie' written by and used by permission of Patrick Bourdon, originally released on 'Sauf Dimanche...' (2021). 'Streets I Know' written by and used by permission of Alex Wurlitzer, originally released on 'Big Business' (2022). 'Generacs And Sazeracs' written by and used by permission of M.X. Turner, originally released on 'New Frontier Ancient Slab' (2021). 'Come Back' written by and used by permission of Mighty Lightweights, originally released on 'Object Permanence' (2022). 'Janine' written by Zach James, used by permission of Reglar-Daddy, originally released on 'Machos Pathos' (2009).

Tracks 6 - 10:

'Fine' written by and used by permission of Star Anna, originally released on 'Live At Rimbert Illustration' (2022). 'Mendip Soul Stew' written by and used by permission of Charlton Lane, originally released on 'Mendip Soul Stew Vol 1' (2022). 'Come On' written by Mike Marchant, used by permission of Snappy Little Numbers, originally released on 'One Of Many Ends... Of One Of Many Worlds' (2020). 'Stare Into The Sun' written by and used by permission of Dusty Wright, originally released on 'Lonelyville' (2022). 'Love Heist' written by Nick Frater, used by permission of Big Stir Records, originally released on 'Aerodrome Motel' (2022).

Tracks 11 - 15:

'By The Bunches (Banana Dictatorships)' written by and used by permission of Cime, originally released on 'The Independence Of Central America Remains An Unfinished Experiment' (2022). 'Undone In Sorrow' written by Ola Belle Reed, used by permission of The Lasses, originally released on 'Undone' (2019). '(Someday When I) Stop My Rambling' written by J.R. Myers, used by permission of Elephant Through The Alps, originally released on 'Human Geographies' (2022). 'Low Rent' written by and used by permission of Jolon Station Band, originally released on 'Big Sunday' (2021). 'Gun Inside My Pocket' written by and used by permission of Jay Ottaway, originally released on 'World On Fire' (2021).

Tracks 16 - 20:

'Hey Colleen' written by George Fox, used by permission of Big Stoner Creek, originally released on 'Big Stoner Creek' (2022). 'Permanent Pen' written by and used by permission of Sparky's Magic Piano, originally released on 'Never Twice The Same Colour' (2022). 'Newbooksamepage' written by and used by permission of Eddie Mead, originally released on 'Newbooksamepage + Olwil' (2022). 'Nothin2lose' written by Dave Dale, used by permission of 24 Club, originally released on 'Message From The Universe' (2022). 'Da Soli Mai' written by and used by permission of Lamine, originally released on 'Da Soli Mai' (2021).

Tracks 21 - 25:

'One For The Mondays' written by and used by permission of Jon Cohen, originally released on 'Indecision' (2021). 'Shining Kids Of Earth' written by Brian Hunt, used by permission of Antinonchalance, originally released on '...Here Comes That Goddamn Sun' (2022). 'Hard Left (Molotov Mix)' written by and used by permission of Gentle Ihor, originally released on 'Take The Stage EP' (2021). 'The Stag' written by and used by permission of Tobias Werner, originally released on 'Blue Boy Gets Below' (2019). 'House Of The Rising Sun' is a traditional composition, used by permission of Dirty Cello, originally released on 'Smokes The 60's' (2022).

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More Alex Wurlitzer: redblooms.bandcamp.com.

More Antinonchalance: antinonchalance.bandcamp.com/album/here-comes-that-goddamn-sun.

More Big Stoner Creek: bigstonercreek.bandcamp.com.

More Charlton Lane: charltonlane.bandcamp.com.

More Cime: theccg.bandcamp.com/album/the-independence-of-central-america-remains-an-unfinished-experiment.

More Dirty Cello: dirtycello.bandcamp.com.

More Dusty Wright: dustywright.bandcamp.com.

More Elephant Through The Alps: elephantsthroughthealps.bandcamp.com/releases.

More (EM): edymeaday.bandcamp.com.

More Gentle Ihor's Devotion: gentleihorsdevotion.bandcamp.com.

More Jay Ottaway: jayottaway.bandcamp.com.

More Jolon Station Band: jolonstationband.bandcamp.com.

More Jon Cohen Experimental: thejoncohenexperimental.bandcamp.com.

More Lamine: lamine1.bandcamp.com/releases.

More Lasses: thelasses.bandcamp.com.

More M.X. Turner: mxturner.bandcamp.com/releases.

More Mighty Lightweights: mightylightweights.bandcamp.com/releases.

More Nick Frater: nickfrater.bandcamp.com.

More Patrick Bourdon: patrickbourdon.bandcamp.com.

More Sparky's Magic Piano: sparkysmagicpiano.bandcamp.com.

More Star Anna: staranna.bandcamp.com.

More Steady Circuits: steadycircuits.bandcamp.com.

More Tobias Werner: albinobrothers.bandcamp.com.

More Zach James: zachjames4.bandcamp.com.

More 24 Club: 24club.bandcamp.com.

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