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

    Apr 23 2018

  • Party With The Lost Bayou Ramblers, Swinging Cajun-Style

    Louisiana-based Lost Bayou Ramblers are a swinging punkass party band who mix Cajun melodies on fiddle, accordion, guitars, and some electric sounds. They just won a regional roots Grammy for their record, Kalenda, but they’ve also done an original score for ROUS, a film about Nutria Rats and Louisiana’s coastal land loss, and contributed to the score for Beasts of the Southern Wild. Fresh from the French Quarter Festival in New Orleans, the Lost Bayou Ramblers join us in the studio. Watch the f...more

  • Imarhan - Ehad Wa Dagh

    Imarhan - Ehad Wa Dagh - from the 2018 album Temet on City Slang.

  • Young Fathers: Picking You

    Scottish hip-hop trio Young Fathers have a new album and an enviable opportunity to play those songs on the iconic Hollywood Bowl stage, opening for LCD Soundsystem and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. If they could raise the roof there, they would on the slow jam "Picking You."   

  • Scandal

    After seven seasons, Shonda Rhimes' roller-coaster of a drama screeches to a final halt as Olivia Pope and the team try to get out of one last scrape and Olivia tries to make it to Vermont. Guests: All Things Considered host Audie Cornish, NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans, and NPR Music's Sidney Madden.

  • 134: The Beatles in the Studio with Jerry Hammack (part 1)

    In which we (Ben Rowling and I) discuss the Beatles’ approach to their work in the studio – their creativity, work ethic and use of technology to push the boundaries of their art – with author/producer/engineer/musician Jerry Hammack. Check out Jerry’s series – The Beatles Recording Reference Manuals – here. The post 134: The Beatles in the Studio with Jerry Hammack (part 1) appeared first on Something About The Beatles.

  • Pop’s Category Killers, From Live Nation to Spotify, Under the Microscope

    In recent weeks, the businesses that present music to the public have undergone major shifts.

  • Radio City Talk: Moore To Come From Baggies Or Will Reds Relegate West Brom?

    Neil Atkinson was joined for this week's Radio City Talk show by Andy Heaton, Adam Smith and Dan Austin to preview what look's like Liverpool's last trip to the Hawthorns for a while against a relegation threatened West Bromwich Albion. Also in the show, Neil is joined by John Gibbons and Jordan Jarrett Bryan to talk about Arsene Wenger's recent announcement about leaving Arsenal at the end of the season.

  • The Lost Champagne Episode feat. DonWill

    Internets! The Talkitects are back with another one. This time we bring in our longtime friend and hip-hop renaissance man, DonWill. DW is one of the first internet rappers via OkayPlayer. He's branched out into all types of entertainment since the founding of his band Tanya Morgan. Tune in for a minute because we talking. And we talking.

  • John Moreland

    When you hear John Moreland's sweet voice, it's hard to believe he spent years singing in punk, metal-core and hardcore bands. He plays acoustic guitar now, but his songs are still full of passion.

  • New Music Friday: April 20

    On this week's quick run through some of the best new albums out on April 20, All Songs Considered's Robin Hilton chats with NPR Music's Ann Powers and Stephen Thompson about the primal pop of Kimbra, dark and majestic songs from Exitmusic, Nashville veterans The Old Crow Medicine Show, the rock-and-soul of Shuggie Otis and more. Featured Albums: 1. Kimbra: Primal Heart, 2. Exitmusic: The Recognitions, 3. Old Crow Medicine Show: Volunteer, 4. Sera Cahoone: The Flora String Sessions, 5. Bishop ...more

  • 224 - CLASSIC LIT

    For this episode BJ has put together a fun playlist of songs which share a title with a classic literary work.

  • The X Factor of Blaze Bayley

    Former Iron Maiden singer Blaze Bayley caps UK Week on TIJ!  Hear the story of how he came to front Maiden after Bruce Dickinson originally left during the height of the band’s popularity, and how Blaze found out that he was no longer in Maiden because Bruce and Adrian Smith were both coming back! Blaze has stories about the crazy stadium tours, writing and recording two albums with Maiden, and working with guitarist Steve Harris.  He also has one big regret about his time with M...more

  • #647 Jason Isbell & Opinions on Cardi B

    For country singer/songwriter Jason Isbell's latest record, "The Nashville Sound," he wrote about his role as a father and an artist in today's America. It ended up being his most political album yet, addressing issues like white privilege and working class frustrations. Jason joins Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot to talk about songwriting, ethics, sobriety, and performs a special acoustic set. Plus, the hosts review the debut studio album from rap sensation Cardi B.

  • EP.146 – Don’t Text and Dive

    Due to our one way trip through the city of #Smacksville, this episode got out of hand fast! We spoke about the Starbucks incident, why we’ll never move to one particular part of Michigan, Cardi B’s album, Nicki Minaj’s two new records, and Tory Lanez’s hairline. Then, after #OFFICIALorUNOFFICIAL, Syer shares a #CURVEoftheWEEK. In this midst of all of this, shots were thrown at some mutual friends of ours, and many inside jokes were shared. We apologize in advance, but w...more

  • Listening Differently to Lorde | with MARIAN HILL

    Samantha Gongol and Jeremy Lloyd are songwriting duo Marian Hill and they are here to share their annoyingly sharp insights on music. They come bearing the wistful pop of Lorde's "Ribs," and we deconstruct its primordial roots in classical composers like Scelsi, Beethoven and Haydn. Then, we turn to Marian Hill's new single "Differently" to uncover the subtle musical shifts that outline a complex dialogue lurking among the track's sparse, funky textures.Songs Discussed:Lorde - RibsBroken Social ...more

  • Echoes Podcast: Solomon Grey - Interview Podcast – Echoes

    Solomon Grey's Dream Pop Hymn In Echoes Podcast Solomon Grey isn’t a person, it’s an English duo Joe Wilson and Tom Kingston who have made one beautiful album and some soundtracks including the scores to The Last Post and JK Rowlings’ Casual Vacancy. But on their second proper release, Human Music,  they tackle the emotions surrounding the assisted suicide of Joe Wilson’s mother. It’s not a political polemic, but an exploration of life, family, love and mortality. Hear them talk about it a...more

  • Wonderful! Ep. 30: Droney

    Griffin's favorite difficult game! Rachel's return to the Poetry Corner! Griffin's favorite outer space goofs! Rachel's favorite shaped meat! Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus -

  • Beychella

    Bitch, you know why we're here...

  • Cooking with Georges Revisited

    One of the glories of Afropop’s 30-year run has been joining our host Georges Collinet in the kitchen as he creates delicious concoctions, while grooving to his favorite tunes. This episode looks back on two classic “Cooking with Georges” episodes: Yassa Chicken from Senegal, and Yoruba soul food with guest chef Baba John Mason—all accompanied music to make you move, from wherever George’s insatiable culinary curiosity takes him. Get your apron and your dancing shoes ready! Produced by Bannin...more

  • Up Among the Heather #355

    Fly up among the heather in show #355 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast with awesome Celtic music by Na Rosai, Lunasa, Claire Roche, SlipJig, IONA, Los Paddys, The Fretless, Dene Foye, Rising Gael, The Jackdaws, Finbar Furey, Marys Lane, The Prodigals, Karan Casey. Listen and share this podcast. Download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember...more