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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

    Dec 08 2021

  • Whole Lotta Talk - Interviews that rock! / Darryl Jones / THE ROLLING STONES

    Talking about his journey with The Rolling Stones and the passing of Charlie Watts He's been hitting the bass strings for The Rolling Stones for more than 25 years now - and what a journey it has been: We talked to Darryl Jones about his carreer in one of the most legendary rock bands in history, about the passing of their drumer Charlie Watts and the hope for new music. Enjoy! +++ Whole Lotta Talk - Interviews that rock! At ROCK ANTENNE, Germany's original Rock radio station, we don't only brin...more

  • Wonderful! / Wonderful! 208: Any Food is Sexy if You Work With It Long Enough

    Rachel’s favorite protandric mollusk! Griffin’s favorite nerd ensemble!Music: “Money Won’t Pay” by bo en and Augustus – https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoyaSupport AAPI communities and those affected by anti-Asian violence: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hateSupport the AAPI Civic Engagement Fund: https://aapifund.org/

  • Slate Culture / ICYMI: Unwrapping TikTok's Advent Calendar Drama

    On today’s episode, Madison and Rachelle examine two strange new phenomena taking over TikTok. First, Madison explains why Chanel’s advent calendars have become the subject of an internet furor. Then, Rachelle explores Hinge’s new voice notes feature, discusses the voice notes that have gone viral on other platforms, and explains why this not have been the dating app’s brightest idea.Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder and Derek John. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho...more

  • Pop Culture Happy Hour / Succession

    Season 3 of HBO's Succession had us all — yet again — asking ourselves that perennial question: Why do we love watching this show about terrible, horrible, no-good, and very bad people? We may still not know the answer, but it's been a wild ride with the Roy dynasty nonetheless. The empire has been threatened and is sputtering, while these megalomaniacs continue to do what they do best: look out for themselves.

  • Popcast / Remembering Stephen Sondheim, Musical Theater Visionary

    A conversation about his legacy, his engagements with pop music and whether he has any true inheritors. Guests: Jesse Green and Elisabeth Vincentelli.

  • Switched on Pop / Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Raise The Roof

    Robert Plant is in his own words “cold” and “prickly” while speaking about his new album with Alison Krauss, Raise The Roof. First thing upon joining the Zoom call from London, Plant jovially launches into the much misattributed quote “talking about music is like dancing about architecture.” But he is neither callous, nor coy. For Plant the music is ineffable, a joyous celebration of friendship, and a kindred love of song that he shares with Krauss and producer T-Bone Burnett. Their album follow...more

  • Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin / Tony Palmer Made the Original Behind the Music

    (Recorded in June 2021) Filmmaker Tony Palmer’s more than 100 documentaries have featured everyone from Cream to Stravinsky; Jimi Hendrix to Yehudi Menuhin; Leonard Cohen to Richard Wagner. He collaborated with Frank Zappa on the surreal cult-classic 200 Motels and with his friend, John Lennon on All You Need is Love, a multipart series on the early days of rock n roll. He’s made three films about British composer Benjamin Britten. Tony Palmer’s work has been recognized with over forty internati...more

  • Soundcheck / The Brilliant Power Pop of The New Pornographers (Archives)

    Since forming back around the turn of this century, the New Pornographers have consistently been one of indie rock’s top attractions - reliable purveyors of big hooks, anthemic choruses, and Technicolor orchestrations. The band is a supergroup of sorts, with a mutable lineup of singers and instrumentalists, but the first among equals has always been vocalist and songwriter Carl Newman. He joins John Schaefer to talk about the band’s 2017 album, called Whiteout Conditions. AND, some of the band p...more

  • The Anfield Wrap / Wolves 0 Liverpool 1: The Anfield Wrap

    Free podcast looking back over Wolves 0 Liverpool 1 in the Premier League at Molineux, and ahead to AC Milan on Tuesday. Neil Atkinson hosts John Gibbons, Paul Cope and Harriet Prior... Subscribe to TAW Player for more on Wolves 0 Liverpool 1, as well as reaction to all the news and events that matter to you…

  • All Songs Considered / Presenting: Alt.Latino's look back at the best albums of 2021

    Each year NPR's Alt.Latino crew parses through hundreds of new Latin music releases in the hopes of finding the best of the genre. On this episode they share just a few of their favorites that stood out in 2021.

  • Alt.Latino / Alt.Latino looks back at the best albums of 2021

    The Alt.Latino team brings you a discussion of a few of our favorite album releases from 2021.

  • Drink Champs / Episode 290 w/ French Montana

    N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. In this episode we chop it up with the one and only French Montana.French talks about his "day-1" days; his 1st platinum records, becoming sober; his new album and much much more! Lots of great stories that you don't want to miss.Make some noise!!!💐💐💐🏆🏆🏆Listen and subscribe at http://www.drinkchamps.com Follow Drink Champs:http://www.instagram.com/drinkchampshttp://www.twitter.com/drinkchampshttp://www.facebook.com/drinkchamps DJ EFNhttp://www.cr...more

  • Rolling Stone Music Now / The Endless Beatles Revelations of 'Get Back'

    Rob Sheffield and host Brian Hiatt break down Peter Jackson's astonishing, eight-hour Beatles documentary 'Get Back.' Plus: inside the new Brian Wilson documentary Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  • Afropop Worldwide / Jamaica - Big A Yard, Big Abroad!

    Since the 1960s in Jamaica, iconic figures such as Bob Marley have gathered in backyards to write reggae anthems that conquered world charts. The yard remains a cornerstone in Jamaican culture. Musicians withdraw from the violence of the city to create and play songs in their yards. In Jamaican patois, “mi yard” means “my home,” and many songs, proverbs and colloquialisms hinge on the word “yard.” More even than the music itself, the yard evokes a state of mind and a physical space wherein artis...more

  • Talkhouse Podcast / Jeff Tweedy with Mountain Man

    On this week's Talkhouse Podcast, we’ve got a lively conversation between some people whose relationship got off to kind of a rocky start, but who’ve since become friends: Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and all three members of Mountain Man: Amelia Meath, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Molly Sarle.Now the occasion for this conversation is the recent reissue of the first Mountain Man record, 2010’s Made the Harbor, which features new liner notes written by Tweedy. This gorgeous, strange record was made back ...more

  • Irish and Celtic Music Podcast / Prayer for the Fallen #535

    Bow your heads and raise a glass to those who’ve fallen on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Matt & Shannon Heaton, House of Hamill, Gaelynn Lea, Jon Pilatzke, Eireann's Call, Gerry O'Connor, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Christine Collister & Kevin Burke, Jesse Ferguson, Jen Midkiff, Achill Crossing, The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater, Thom Dunn, Steel City Rovers, Marc Gunn, Matthew Dickerson I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Ir...more