This channel provides an introduction to a handful of great podcasts that focus on music.
Bonny Light Horseman is a new trio consisting of Anais Mitchell, the songwriter behind the all-conquering Broadway musical Hadestown; Eric D Johnson, who leads the band Fruit Bats; and Josh Kaufman, who’s played with The National, Craig Finn, and many others. Together they are taking a new look at old folk songs from both sides of the Atlantic. The band name is actually from an old Napoleonic folk song about a handsome soldier who may or may not ever come home (here's their version.) With intima...more
Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack - best known for over a decade as Wye Oak - returned to the studio in 2019, following a move to Durham, NC. The duo chart a new path of resilience on "Fortune." See Wye Oak live in SoCalMarch 24 & 25 Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Drink Champs: THE HANGOVER - In this edition of The Hangover, we added more members to the Hangover crew! This week we try to recap our conversation with legendary boxer, Floyd Mayweather!Check out as Hazardis Soundz, Mr. Lee, Boris aka BeatsNdaHood, Drink Champs Sports, Big Drain, and Sunny D share some of their favorite moments from this weeks episode!Follow: Drink Champs http://www.drinkchamps.comhttp://www.instagram.com/drinkchampshttp://www.twitter.com/drinkchampshttp://www.facebook.com/dri...more
Liverpool returned to Premier League action recording yet another win on the road at Norwich with Sadio Mane scoring off the bench to secure three points for the Reds at Carrow Road. Joining Neil Atkinson to look back on a victory that puts Liverpool even closer to the Premier League title are Steven Evans, Paddy Fitzsimmons and Siobhan Biggane. The Anfield Wrap's free podcast is brought to you in partnership with The Athletic, the place to go for extensive coverage of clubs up and down the co...more
Slow Burn's Watergate season is now a TV docu-series, premiering Feb. 16 on Epix. Read more about it in this interview with host Leon Neyfakh. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Puerto Rican rapper's musical history is essentially the history of the reggaeton. Her influence helped shape the genre as we know it.
The Popcast opens its mailbag in the second of two episodes devoted to our listeners. Guests: The New York Times’s Joe Coscarelli, Caryn Ganz and Jon Pareles.
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, Dana Stevens is joined by June Thomas and Dan Kois to discuss Portrait of a Lady on Fire. Marianne is hired to paint Héloïse’s wedding portrait. But Héloïse can’t know she’s being painted. As the two grow closer, will Marianne come clean? Will their feelings affect the painting that’s supposed to be sent to Héloïse’s potential ...more
Backed by a small string section, Stevenson performed three songs that sounded so gorgeous, an actual marriage proposal broke out shortly after her set ended.
Tame Impala, the K-pop band Monsta X and a new solo album from Nathaniel Rateliff top our shortlist for this week's best new releases.Featured Albums:1. Tame Impala — 'The Slow Rush'Featured Song: "Is It True?"2. Monsta X — 'All About Luv'Featured Song: "Someone's Someone"3. The Ballroom Thieves — 'Unlovely'Featured Song: "Unlovely"4. Carly Pearce — 'Carly Pearce'Featured Song: "Call Me"5. The Heliocentrics — 'Infinity of Now'Featured Song: "People Wake Up!"6. Nathaniel Rateliff — 'And It's Stil...more
This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot answer listener questions in a segment called Ask the Critics! They’ll give responses on subjects like musical taste, disagreements with each other and what it’s really like to be a professional critic. Plus, they’ll talk to music journalist Mark Binelli about the rise of deceased musician hologram tours. They also review the new album from English art rock band Wire.
Let's celebrate the 300th episode with some more great AOR!
Margot Robbie played Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad in 2016. Now, she's back in Birds of Prey. It finds Harley crossing paths with characters played by Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rosie Perez, and a very bad villain played by Ewan McGregor. The film provides the backstory for the team that will become the Birds of Prey, and it develops the character of Harley beyond her relationship with the Joker.
Today's episode is produced in collaboration with Murmrr Ballroom and Community Bookstore. Judd Apatow and David Duchovny absolutely adored their friend and collaborator Garry Shandling. Since Garry's death in 2016, Judd has been memorializing the game-changing comedian, first with his HBO documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, and more recently through the book, It's Garry Shandling's Book, comprised of journal entries, photos, and contributions from peers. To celebrate Garry's life v...more
This guitar-focused program presents a series of mostly acoustic sessions with Garifuna star Aurelio Martinez, griot guitar master Aboubacar "Badian" Diabate, Malagasy tsapika phenom Damily, and Abdramane Toure, the 17-year-old guitarist for Khaira Arby of Timbuktu. These four uniquely talented players talk about their careers, their learning process, and their highly personal guitar styles. Along the way we catch up with a rich selection of beautifully guitar-filigreed music, from Honduran soul...more
Put on your dancing shoes. It’s time for the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Avourneen, The Flailing Shilaleighs, Allison Girvan, We Banjo 3, Ashley Davis, Tullamore, Kalos (McKasson & McDonald), Janette Geri, The Gartloney Rats, Stringer's Ridge, Kyle Gryphon, Brave the Sea, The Rowan Tree, CaliCeltic, Jiggy, The Irish Rovers 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 incredib...more
Griffin's favorite intense-faced actor! Rachel's favorite wiggling toys! Griffin's favorite eggy bread! Rachel's favorite un-food videos!Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
Dan Snaith has been making Caribou records since 2001. He won Canada’s Polaris music prize in 2007, and this month, he’s releasing the seventh Caribou album, Suddenly. In this episode, Dan breaks down the song “Home.” He talks about how he managed to get past several moments of creative uncertainty to figure out the final track. songexploder.net/caribou
In a revealing conversation with host Brian Hiatt, Sheryl Crow discusses her final album, her early days and much more
Russ Tamblyn was born in Los Angeles in the middle of the Depression to a chorus girl and a Broadway "song and dance man." His father had moved his growing family west to press his luck in the talkies. Russ was a showbiz kid and found his talent young: Cecil B DeMille cast him as the young King Saul in Samson and Delilah when he was just 13 years old. Stardom came at 19 in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, where he stole scenes with his goofy enthusiasm and astonishingly acrobatic dancing. B...more