The Baxteria #10 Podcast

My post Halloween special featuring The Hothouse Flowers on autodj and special guest Kyle Carey joins us on an interview in the Celtic music hour. More goodies on the indie variety show.

Tracks played:

Hothouse Flowers-I’m Sorry
Hothouse Flowers-Your Love Goes On
Hothouse Flowers-One Tongue
Hothouse Flowers-Forever More
Hothouse Flowers-Born
Hothouse Flowers-The Older We Get
Hothouse Flowers-Thing of Beauty
Hothouse Flowers-Alright
Hothouse Flowers-Gypsy Fair
Hothouse Flowers-Learning to Walk
Hothouse Flowers-Out of Nowhere
Hothouse Flowers-Saved
Hothouse Flowers-Si Do Mhamo i
Altan-Cuach mo Lon Dubh Buí
Cara Dillon-Black is the Colour
Kyle Carey-One Morning in May
Kyle Carey-Interview with
Samuel Smith-Song for Leon
Darren Lynch-Spancil Hill(live)
Steven Hawson-Banjo tribute to Jimmy Shand
Mick McAuley-The House Carpenter
Tri Yann & Alan Stivell-Tri Martolod
The Sisters of Mercy-Walk Away
Bauhaus-Bela Lugosi’s Dead
Active Child-I’m in your Church at Night
Heyward Howkins-Praline Country
Ghost Hotel-All Day Ocean
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros-Better Days Live
Grizfolk-The Struggle
Pedro Martins & Layne Greene-Into the Mystic (Van Morrison) Cover
Velvet Underground-Who Loves The Sun
Alex Pardini-No One Is Like Everyone Else
The Sisters of Mercy-Lucretia My Reflection
Peter Chains-Carrion Crows
Lisa Gerrard-All along the watchtower

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Into the Mystic (Van Morrison) Cover by Pedro Martins & Layne Greene

Into the Mystic is an excursion into the music of Van Morrison. A track that you don’t hear being covered by young musicians. This time it has found a freshness in the shared talents of Layne Greene and Pedro Martins. Layne Greene has made folk influenced acoustic tracks since late 2010. It is now that he is branching out in shared creativity with other musicians. Into the Mystic is the result of that artistic curiosity. What do you expect to hear from this project? As always, there is meticulous attention given to mixing and mastering. Both artists are perfectionists.

Pedro Martins  has explored the sounds of his native Brazil. There is always a natural breezy vibes in all his songs and covers. Venturing into Canadian musical territory is a good move because collaborations always bring out interesting results. And in this track Into the Mystic, both artists have hit the right chord! The video’s visuals is the product of Julie Meyer’s creativity with the graphic arts. Into the Mystic is now available for mass consumption. Visit the websites:

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