Playlist

Music for the masses

This channel provides an introduction to a handful of great podcasts that focus on music.

by Pastime

    Music for the masses

    Oct 22 2018

  • Soundcheck / Matthew Dear's Sticky and Decadent Electro-Thump

    The composer, singer, and tinkerer, Matthew Dear, is a DJ, dance-music producer, experimental pop artist, and bandleader. He keeps four music-making aliases and has released five albums and two dozen EPs, along with multiple commissioned remixes. On this latest record, Bunny, his weird, wild, gothic, body-shaking, bouncy electronica seems sinister, yet soft; a mix of charming villain and heroic basement nerd. Matthew Dear displays his enhanced baritone as he performs some of this new music, in-s...more

  • The Anfield Wrap / The Anfield Wrap: Salah Does The Business As Reds Win On The Road

    Liverpool return from a trip to Huddersfield with a much needed three points but victory against the Terriers was anything but plain sailing. Joining host Melissa Reddy to talk about Liverpool's trip to West Yorkshire and whether the Reds form is cause for concern are Adam Smith, Adam Melia, Kevin Walsh and Andy Heaton. Today’s free Anfield Wrap show was supported by RedsBet. Tailor-made for Liverpool fans, RedsBet are an online gaming platform which seeks to build strong lasting partnersh...more

  • All Songs Considered / Beirut's Zach Condon Shares A New Song And The Story Behind It

    Zach Condon, the mastermind behind Beirut, will release his fifth studio album, Gallipoli, on Feb. 1. In this conversation, he shares the title track and details how the project came together.

  • Today's Top Tune / Peter Bjorn and John: “Gut Feeling”

    The new album Darker Days from Peter Bjorn and John found them all writing and producing. "Gut Feeling" began to brew when Bjorn thought "I think we need to talk about it, if we don't wanna live without it," in regards to resolving conflicts as a band.

  • KEXP Song of the Day / Adrianne Lenker - symbol

    Adrianne Lenker - symbol - from the 2018 album abysskiss on Saddle Creek.

  • Popcast / For Those About to Rock, An Uncertain Fate

    Is rock music in 2018 a sound, a mood or a retail category? Where do Twenty One Pilots, the 1975 and Greta Van Fleet fit in? Guests: The New York Times's Caryn Ganz; Rolling Stone's Kory Grow; the Ringer's Lindsay Zoladz

  • Talk Is Jericho / Hunting Monsters

    Cryptozoologist MK Davis took Y2J into the swamps of the Louisiana bayou in search of the Honey Island Swamp Monster, which they filmed for the upcoming Travel Channel special, “Chris Jericho: Hunting Monsters” (premiering 10/23 at 10/9 Central). Preview the adventure with MK & Y2J as they talk about the monster, recent sightings, and evidence uncovered. MK also shares stories and theories about his various Big Foot encounters, and his adventures at the mysterious and creepy Love...more

  • ROCK AND/OR ROLL / 246 - SUPER DUPER EIGHTIES COOPER

    BJ is joined once again by Joey Haynie from Rock Strikes Ten for a discussion about the life and crimes of Alice Cooper in the 1980's, from new wave to hair metal and everything in between, and then each counts down his top ten favorite Alice songs from that tumultuous decade.

  • Sound Opinions / #673 Film & T.V. Music Supervisor Susan Jacobs, Opinions on Prince & Sam Phillips

    This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Emmy-winning music supervisor Susan Jacobs. Over her 30 year career, she's worked with directors like Spike Lee, David O. Russell and Robert Altman on placing music within movies. Most recently, she made the jump to television with HBO's Sharp Objects and Big Little Lies. Jim and Greg talk to Susan about the effects of great music on screen and how she convinced Led Zeppelin to let her expertly use the band's music in Sharp Objects. They'll a...more

  • Pop Culture Happy Hour / Big Mouth and What's Making Us Happy

    If you've been longing for a cartoon that covers the really important questions — like how to manage lust, and how to avoid your embarrassing parents — you are in luck. Big Mouth, Netflix's animated comedy series about the horrors of puberty, is back for a second season.

  • Alt.Latino / Rubén Blades Swings Big Band Jazz And Rumba On New Album

    The iconic actor and musicians teams with Jazz At Lincoln Center to sing both bog band swing tunes and songs from his catalog.

  • Something About the Beatles / 147: The ‘Perfect’ Beatles Album – A Hard Day’s Night vs. Sgt. Pepper

    There is no real perfection, a much-loved artist once sang. But in Beatle world, where excellence is the common consensus, the act of assessing how well they executed their art as distinguished by individual releases is – at the very least – ripe for a thoughtful discussion. Returning to the show is TV writer Jeff Martin (4th time around!), and new to SATB is sports reporter Andy Martino. It was his stray observation on the Shea Anything podcast that prompted this conversati...more

  • The Guestlist With Sean Cannon / 75: Josh Ostrander of Mondo Cozmo

    Mondo Cozmo frontman Josh Ostrander talks about being an overnight sensation...20 years in the making. He also gets into his recent visit to the Senate and discusses what he calls a "rock and roll freakout" that resulted in hours of surgery.

  • Irish and Celtic Music Podcast / Lady Fair #380

    My Lady Fair, bring thee Celtic music from Childsplay, Dervish, Celia Ramsay, Fourth Moon, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Mithril, Brendan Loughrey, Donna Germano, Three Mile Stone, The Clumsy Lovers, Journey North, Murder the Stout, Arthur Hinds & the Round Table, Paisley Close, Donal Clancy. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/ Do me a favor share this podcast. Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Download 34 Celtic M...more

  • Talkhouse Podcast / Elizabeth McGovern with Gretchen Peters

    On the latest episode of the Talkhouse Podcast, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters sits down for a chat with Elizabeth McGovern, the iconic actress from Ordinary People, Once Upon a Time in America and Downton Abbey, who is a talented musician in her own right. The two friends, who connected just a few years ago via Twitter, discuss everything from their mutual commitment to telling women’s stories  (especially women over 30), the pluses and minuses of collaborating creatively wit...more

  • Afropop Worldwide / A Visit to Afro-Sweden

    Afro-Sweden? Who knew? Over the past 60 years, a number of musicians from Africa and its diaspora have come to base themselves, or have been born, in Sweden. And recently, they have emerged as a collective voice in Swedish society. From the acoustic Mande folk of Sousou and Maher Cissoko, to the kaleidoscopic hip-hop of Timbuktu, and the smooth soul-pop of Swedish-born, Gambian-descended Seinabo Sey, there’s definitely something happening in Scandinavia. On this program we speak with and hear re...more

  • Wonderful! / Wonderful! Ep. 55: Ouchie Bravery

    Rachel's favorite danceable jams! Griffin's favorite horror writer! Rachel's top three favorite book! Griffin's favorite brass album! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya

  • Wake Up Con Damiana / Wake Up Con Damiana( Octubre 17, 2018) Musica Consejos

    Buenos dias !!Levantate con alegria y energia!7-9 am Wake Up! 60 minutos de buena musica, para comenzar tu dia. Te espero no faltas, pideme tus canciones favoritas! Telefono en Cabina: (352)505-9924 WhatsApp (352)213-8903 SDFM: http://tunein.com/radio/Secuencia-Digital-FM-s151052/ Pagina: http://www.secuencia-digital.com/

  • Tiny Desk Concerts - Audio / Florence + the Machine

    "I'm sorry I'm shy," Florence Welch told the crowd of NPR family and friends gathered for her Tiny Desk performance. "If this was a big gig, I'd probably be climbing all over here and running around."

  • The Jerry Springer Podcast / Kavanaugh Gets Confirmed: EP 183

    For starters, Jerry, shoes and airports. He's had a good long run. Gene is still trying to get Jerry to do something 'remarkable', like Bryce Carlson, the guy who rowed (yes, in a rowboat) across the Atlantic Ocean in record time. This one's extra good, and extra easy. All Jerry needs to do is pay some Italians to haul his old ass to the top of El Capitan, the beautiful mountain in Yosemite National Park. Jerry has some thoughts about our newest Supreme Court Justice, and the process by which ...more