This channel provides an introduction to a handful of great podcasts that focus on music.
Rachel's favorite TV plot device! Griffin's favorite Japanese electronica duo! Rachel's favorite humble pants! Griffin's favorite mind power!Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya
The FA announced last week that all non-league football below the three conference divisions will end immediately with the results of this season declared null and void. What does that mean for those affected? Gareth Roberts speaks to Vauxhall Motors chairman Tony Woodley, as well as Martin Ryman and Jim Stanway from South Liverpool to find out.
The stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting smells.Throughout history, humans have gone to great lengths to indulge their sense of smell. We explore the contemporary scent industry to see how modern creatives are utilizing works of olfactory art everywhere from Disney World to high-end museums. Featuring Disney Imagineer Gary Powell and former New York Times scent critic Chandler Burr.Twenty Thousand Hertz is produced out of the studios of Defacto Sound, and hosted by Dallas...more
This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf is joined by Slate senior editor Sam Adams and Slate podcast producer Daniel Schroeder discuss the wildness of Tiger King. Then, Steve teams back up with Dana Stevens and Julia Turner to talk about one of his favorite comfort watches: Paddington 2. Finally, the panel analyzes celebrity in the age of coronavirus by exploring the two recent telethons respectively hosted by Elton John and James Corden.On the Slate Plus segment this week, the panel d...more
Balancing chaos and restraint, Yves Tumor cuts deep on "Gospel for a New Century." It serves as a springboard into the next phase of his artistic expression.
There are plenty of binge recommendations out there if you find yourself with a lot of free time in isolation. But with work at home, and kids at home, and everything else going on, you might be busier than ever. That's why our focus today is happiness in small bites. Quick jolts of energy to brighten up even the worst days.
Butch Walker is one of rock and roll's biggest talents, and on May 8th, he'll be releasing his new album -- a rock opera called American Love Story. You can preview one of the songs on today's episode of Here's the Thing, taped live last month (just before coronavirus made such gatherings impossible) at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood. In the 1990s, Walker got major-label contracts and radio-play as the guitarist for the "hair band" SouthGang, and later as front-man of the edgy, grunge-tin...more
Listening to music during this pandemic has cast new light on old familiar tunes. Here's a listener-curated mix-tape of songs whose lyrics have an eerie — or comforting — connection to our current crisis.
In the year 2000, D'Angelo released Voodoo—with some help from Questlove, Angie Stone, Raphael Saadiq, and a band of jazz veterans—an album that has cast a long shadow with its unique sound of stripped-down soul, Faith Pennick, who literally wrote the book on the record, joins to break how D'Angelo broke the "shiny suit" regime of R&B, explore how he conjured the spirits of J Dilla, Prince, and Roberta Flack, and consider how one video almost derailed his career.Check out D'Angelo's Voodoo b...more
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Welcome back to Mohr Stories. This episode was recorded in person way before we were in quarantine. I hope you are all well and enjoy! Bill Dawes has the best stories. As per normal, once the shananigans start every plan goes out the window but he does tell me his getting arrested in Egypt story which I have been waiting for. No pyramids were harmed in the telling of this story. Put Your Name On It! Follow Jay Mohr IG @jaymohr37 Twitter @jaymohr37 Youtube JayMohr37 Follow Bill Dawes ...more
The soul singer demonstrated a commitment to the Tiny Desk that we rarely, if ever, see.
What an honor to be able to talk to Paul Reisler about Kid Pan Alley on the occasion his organization’s 20th anniversary. You may remember that I talked with Paul back on episode 112, and we got a lot of backstory on him and what his incredible organization does. Be sure to listen to the title track ‘Best Friends’ from the brand new Kid Pan Alley record ‘Best Friends’. Editors note: Apologies for the “clippy dippy’s” on my side of the conversation....more
In recent years, oldies radio stations have inched further into the future - and have begun to focus on favorites from the '70s (and even '80s) rather than from the '50s and '60s. So we wondered, forty years from now - in 2052 - will songs of the '90s, '00s and '10s make it onto oldies radio? What will be in heavy rotation - and what will be left off of the playlist? We ask Chris Molanphy - author of the "100 & Single" Billboard charts column in the Village Voice – and we talk with Scott Sha...more
The coronavirus pandemic has upended the world, and the arts are reeling. Pop music critics are asking (and facing) hard questions. Guests: The Ringer's Rob Harvilla, New York's Craig Jenkins and Lindsay Zoladz.
We discuss songs of solace in our current crisis, with some very special guests – including Taylor Swift – joining host Brian Hiatt
N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. On today’s episode The Champs chop it up with 2-time NBA Champion, Lamar Odom. The former NBA Sixth Man of the Year of the Los Angeles Lakers shares a lot.Lamar shares stories of his close friendship with the late Kobe Bryant, playing for the LA Clippers during the Donald Sterling era and what really happened at that Nevada brothel.Sharing stories from the time he was married to media personality Khloe Kardashian, the former NBA Star has evolved as an ...more
BJ plays a selection of junk shop glam singles, both sides. And then at the end of the episode you will find the third installment of Dad Rock wherein BJ forces his daughter to listen to a Rolling Stones album with too much slide guitar.
In light of the global pandemic, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot are encouraging listeners to practice social distancing. They'll be sharing a fresh batch of Desert Island Jukebox picks, music that seems particularly well suited to the moment we're in. Greg also bids farewell to the late singer and songwriter Paul K. of Paul K. & the Weathermen.
New York City's globalFEST is a landmark musical event every January, a sonic feast featuring 12 artists on three stages in a single winter night. In this program, we hear extended live tracks from Senegal's Cheikh Lo, also Meklit, Les Amazones D'Afrique and dynamic new sounds from Turkey and South Korea. Rising star in Algerian rai music Sofiane Saidi makes his U.S. debut. In a season when we are being denied live music experiences, a virtual soiree at 2020's globalFEST edition may just be the ...more