This channel provides an introduction to a handful of great podcasts that focus on music.
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s Sam Adams and Vox’s Film Critic Alissa Wilkinson spoil Tenet. Christopher Nolan’s time-bending thriller is visually spectacular yet incredibly confusing. The main character, played by John David Washington, simply referred to as the Protagonist is a CIA operative who becomes entangled with Tenet, a secret organization t...more
NPR Music's picks for the best new albums out on Sep. 18 include a long-awaited, self-titled release from Alicia Keys, PC Music's A.G. Cook, a rediscovered Thelonious Monk recording and more.Featured Albums:1. Alicia Keys — ALICIAFeatured Song: "Me x 7"2. A.G. Cook — AppleFeatured Song: "Airhead"3. Anjimile — Giver TakerFeatured Song: "To Meet You There"4. Butcher Brown — #kingbutchFeatured Song: "Cabbage"5. Thelonious Monk — Palo AltoFeatured Song: "Blue Monk"6. Jealous of the Birds — Peninsula...more
N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. On today’s episode The Champs chop it up once again with Gillie Da King and Wallo from the show Million Dollaz Worth of Game. Keeping the good times rolling, Gillie & Wallo continue their hilarious conversation with The Champs, sharing more memorable stories that you don't want to miss! Former NFL Athlete and CEO of 100 Club Live, Tony "The Closer" Robinson also joins the conversation! Listen and subscribe at http://www.drinkchamps.com F...more
In the new horror film Antebellum, Janelle Monáe plays an enslaved woman on a plantation run by Confederate soldiers. She's desperate to escape. But Monáe also plays a successful contemporary author and speaker with a beautiful family, living a life of success and wealth. But does the film successfully tie the story together? Note: This conversation discusses specific spoiler-y plot points to explore how those roles fit together, break down what's really going on, and whether or not the movie is...more
John Gibbons is joined by Ben Johnson, Lizzi Doyle, Jay McKenna and Martin Fitzgerald to talk all things Thiago and to look ahead to Chelsea on Sunday.Also on the show, chef Ellis Barrie chats to Andy Heaton about his new venture, and Chelsea fan Anita from the Goal Diggers podcast previews the game with Neil Atkinson.
Simone Dinnerstein avoided the child prodigy route in her career – taking her time to mature and avoiding the "competition circuit" - catching the ears of many by playing the works of J.S. Bach, including The Goldberg Variations. The Brooklyn-based concert pianist returns to the studio to perform selected Bach compositions, specifically the Inventions and Sinfonias. Those pieces were originally written in 1723 as a musical guide for keyboard players and remain part of the core repertoire for stu...more
When Afropop Worldwide launched back in 1988, a key goal was to capture the live energy of incredible artists emerging from Africa, the Caribbean and beyond. Most of those recordings were preserved on reel-to-reel tapes. The coronavirus lockdown has given us a chance to start revisiting and preserving. And we have been amazed to rediscover the energy of that thrilling era. On this music-rich program of concerts recorded live at S.O.Bs in New York City, we hear from Congo’s Papa Wemba, South Afri...more
To celebrate the release of their collaborative live LP To Be Surrounded By Beautiful, Curious, Breathing, Laughing Flesh Is Enough, experimental indie rockers Deerhoof and avant garde trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith chop it up on the Talkhouse Podcast. Recalling the shows they've played together — including the one at Le Poisson Rouge here in New York that the record captures — they discuss the magic of collaboration, improvisation, and other matters of cosmic music philosophy. Check it out, and sub...more
We are Halfway to St Patrick’s Day. Let’s Celebrate with the Celtic Women of holiday. Friday Frolics, Orla Fallon, Karan Casey, Dark Isle Piper (Tress Maksimuk), Erin Ruth, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Poisoned Dwarf, Ravens Three, Anna Bosnick, Whalebone, Jiggernaut, Kyle Carey, Screaming Orphans, Mrs Ferris' Pighouse Collection I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show with ONE friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our community and help the incr...more
“Old Town Road” showed the app’s potential as a hit generator. But its relationship to the business is far more complex. Guest: Taylor Lorenz.
On August 28, 2020, actor Chadwick Boseman died. He was only 43 years old. Unbeknownst to many, even some of his closest collaborators, he’d been battling colon cancer since 2016. His family released a statement, and in it, they said, "It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther." After hearing the news, I went back and re-watched the movie, and I don’t know, it was a completely different experience this time. I went and listened to the score again, and that ha...more
Rachel's favorite ambitious music video! Griffin's favorite outdoor treasure hunt! Rachel's favorite snake reproduction! Griffin's favorite bass riff!Music: “Money Won’t Pay” by bo en and Augustus – https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoyaFor more ways to support Black Lives Matter and find anti-racism resources: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/Support the Northwest Response Fund to aid those affected by wildfires: https://www.redcross.org/donate/cm/kgwmediagroup-pub.html/Registe...more
Take a journey into the artistic sensibilities of a genuine photographic icon. This interview was conducted entirely in Spanish.
Musicians like Justin Timberlake, Adele, Björk and Rod Stewart have all had surgery to treat vocal nodes. Nodes are so widely discussed, they've almost become a boogeyman in the singing community. But is this condition really as common as people fear? And when nodes do develop, is all hope truly lost? Featuring vocal coach Katie Talbot and Professor and Chairman of the Ear, Nose, and Throat Department at Drexel University of Medicine Dr. Robert Sataloff.Twenty Thousand Hertz is produced out of t...more
Etheridge looks back at her entire career in an intimate conversation with host Brian Hiatt, from writing her greatest hits to her time with Bruce Springsteen
Before Beethoven’s time, classical music culture looked and sounded quite different. When Mozart premiered his Symphony 31 in the late 1700s, it was standard for audiences to clap, cheer, and yell “da capo!” (Italian for “from the beginning!”) in the middle of a performance. After Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony debuted in the early 1800s, these norms changed — both because the rising industrial merchant class took ownership of concert halls and because of shifts in the music itself.As we explored in...more
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The new album A Celebration of Endings, favourite recording memories and the current situation of the live industry in the UK Biffy Clyro's bassist James Johnston gives us an insight into how the songs on their latest record came together, his favourite memories while recording, but also what the rock community is all about and the current situation of the live industry in the UK.