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A podcast focusing on a musical artists' discography. A different artist every season. Currently on Season 2: Are You Amused?: a critical analysis of the history, cultural impact, and music of Muse. Join Adam, Steve, and Lucas, as they tackle an artists' entire discography. They're going album by album, track by track, to find out if context can change your experience of music, how people become obsessed with artists, and to ultimately answer the question 'what is music?' For each artist one ...
 
~80 minute long free music download compilations which feature intriguingly mixed rock and rock-based music from a variety of artists that in other contexts might be considered incompatible. Genres, rhythms, moods and artists are seamlessly blended together to produce listening experiences you can only dream about finding in traditional radio. BRYHNH includes favorites and new discoveries from both familiar artists and those you wish you had heard before, downloaded twice monthly free to you ...
 
The Greatest Music of All Time podcast features conversations with cultural icons about music, current affairs, culture, lifestyle, entrepreneurship, politics and more. Guests have included Annie Lennox, Dionne Warwick, Chick Corea, Chance the Rapper, Smokey Robinson, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Temptations, Kevin Bacon, Christina Hendricks, Rose McGowan, Rachel Bilson, Kool & the Gang, The Pointer Sisters, Sir Cliff Richard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, David Crosby, Pixies, Johnny Marr, The Hollies, Toto, ...
 
Keith's Music Box is the podcast for people who are passionate about rock music. In-depth interviews with legendary and up-and-coming artists. Curated playlists that trip through the decades on an exploration of the tastiest tunes. Classic rock. Hard rock. Folk rock. Alt rock. Soul. Modern rock. A-sides. Deep tracks. It’s all good, and it’s all right here.
 
Music Musing is a podcast where we talk about music. How it influenced you, how it makes you feel, what it has done for your life. We are always looking for those in the music industry to come on and talk about those experiences. If you have show ideas or just want to share your ideas on one of our topics, reach out to us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com
 
Talk Music Talk is a weekly interview podcast hosted by singer-songwriter/author, boice-Terrel Allen. It features long-form discussions with singers, songwriters, authors, producers and others who are connected to music of all genres. Talk Music Talk isn't only about people who make music or write about music, it also gives voice to the behind-the-scenes players. Tune in every week to discover people whose lives range from music therapy and meditation to teaching and performing. Talk Music T ...
 
Obsessed by Music is a podcast where Rob Esse presents monologues and conversations about an obsession - the obsession is music. You will hear artist, album and song recommendations, interviews with musicians, and the inner thoughts of a music obsessive who was once personally invited by Prince for a night out on the town in New York!
 
Want to know what it takes to make it in the Music Business? This is the Music Business Dreams Podcast, where we interview artists, managers and other industry professionals to find out how they made their Music Business dreams come true -- and how you can, too. Listen to learn the latest music marketing strategies, and how to build a successful music career.
 
The Kind of About Music Podcast is hosted by London session guitarist Jim McGrother. Jim chats and jams with session musicians and songwriters from the London music scene and around the UK. Find us on Facebook and Youtube. If you would like to support the podcast you can make a donation by clicking this link… www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=4GSJ5RS7NRMW6
 
Ralph Apel does not know much about Music Theory. He has not gone through any film music training. The only instrument he plays is a nose flute. What does Ralph Apel know? Well, Ralph knows that he loves film scores. Since he was six years old, Ralph has been listening to the musical scores of major motion pictures. Over the years he has come to appreciate several of the talented artists that bring emotion and excitement to films we love. Join him as he discusses some of film musics greatest ...
 
Invinta is a London based, Ukrainian born DJ and Producer who played her first Ministry Of Sound set with SubBass back in August. On December the 11th she'll be returning but this time to play in the legendary 103. Classically trained from a young age and extremely passionate about music, she attended SubBass Music Production and DJ courses and is currently busy in the studio harnessing her skills. Mixing house, deep house and tech house, she aims to inspire people with electronic music, and ...
 
A podcast where three Generation X-ers from the midwest (a mobile D.J., a writer, and a professional musician) discuss music from their generation. 80's and 90's music are fond to their hearts but they explore older and current music with contrasting opinions, wit, and candor. Guests occasionally pop in and lend a voice as well. Funny, insightful, and nostalgic; there are no rules. So sit down, download, plug in, and STICK THIS IN YOUR EAR!
 
We're about quality, laid back music, predominantly from independent artists and labels. It's a laid back affair with the best new ambient, downtempo, Balearic, freaky folk, drones and tones, stoned soul, electronica, dub flavours, psychedelic vibes, deep house, lazy jazz, leftfield beats and pieces, peyote pop, soundtracks and any other great lazy, atmospheric, hard to describe music that we've just found.
 
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The Big Mates discuss fizzy drinks, vaporwave, Bob Dylan, and Simulation Theory by Muse. Adam, Steve, and Lucas begin their discussion on the band's eighth and most recent studio album, exploring the context behind the album, how it was recorded, and beginning their track-by-track deep-dive, discussing the music, lyrics, themes, and everything inbe…
 
NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 Musical fall colors. Falling Down - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 419 1. History Burns - Railway Children 2. I Will Posses Your Heart (live) - Death Cab For Cutie 3. My Secret Place - Joni Mitchell w/ Peter Gabriel 4. Josie / Black Friday (live) - Steely Dan 5. Release (live) - Pearl Jam 6. Light My FIre (live) …
 
Launching into the mainstream around the turn of the 2010s, former Degrassi star Aubrey Graham, better known as Drake, hit the ground running following the release of Thank Me Later. What followed was a decade of intrigue, beef, diss tracks, possibly illegitimate children, and incredible albums. Three years after his last major release and a few mo…
 
Throughout 2020 and 2021 Help Musicians UK supported creatives impacted by COVID-19 to the tune of £18 million. In this podcast HMUK ambassador Nicky Spence and CEO James Ainscough explain how the 100 year old charity works, how its support has been invaluable, and how it will be vital in the years to come.…
 
Peter and Adam discuss the facts and myths surrounding perfect pitch. * Check out Adam's Ear-Training Course right here * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Inte…
 
Johnny 3 Tears tells Tom the story of Hollywood Undead and their journey to finding success. Johnny was recovering from Covid-19 when this podcast was recorded and so he also discusses life during the pandemic. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natur…
 
Maximize the efficiency of your practice sessions by setting up a routine - Peter and Adam walk you through how. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Interested …
 
Each year during the Rock Era delivered songs that took folks’ breath away — classics that still resonate today. But perhaps no year measures up to 1971, when many of rock’s greatest artists put out their masterpiece. Led Zeppelin IV. Who’s Next. Aqualung. Imagine. The list goes on, and we’ll sample a handful of rock songs from that amazing year in…
 
John Bobo and Felix Nieto are The Slang, a rock band that is releasing their new album, Divide, on 9/24/21. John, a singer-songwriter, and Felix, a producer and engineer, collaborate out of Washington DC to create their blend of alternative, rock, and power pop music. John and Felix talked in-depth about their process of collaborating with each oth…
 
James Ulmer is an artist from outdside Philidelphia who lives and works in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from the Univeristy of the Arts in Philly in 2005. He has shown in New York, LA, Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm and many other places at venues like the Hole Gallery, Eeric Firestone, Marvin Gardens, The Pit, Carl Kostyal, and Salon 94.He has upc…
 
The Jukebox Album is the soundtrack to the feeling that characterises this period in time we’re slowly coming out of, and perhaps a reminder that we should forget about either. A love letter from two musicians to their audience. A potent reminder of things previously taken for granted. A musical Ground Zero.…
 
Peter and Adam answer a Speakpipe on how to react when you're unable to hear your instrument during a performance. * Learn how to master the major scales - check out Adam's Major Scale Course * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.…
 
Composer Mark-Anthony Turnage has written a Concertino for clarinettist John Carnac. It will be performed at Music@Malling in Kent in late September by clarinettist John Carnac. Jon Jacob spoke to composer and performer about the work at rehearsals in Birmingham.저자 Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
So another sedate trawl through the world of slow music with a healthy and long overdue global injection, not to mention those old ambient, electronic and dreamy pop favourites, all neatly packaged in an hour long audible candy bar, perfect for late night musical munchies. If you need the tracklisting then head to the blog: https://www.theslowmusic…
 
Peter and Adam take a question on how to improvise melodies without just running scales. * Learn how to master the major scales - check out Adam's Major Scale Course * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more abou…
 
The Big Mates are joined by music journalist and author, Mark Beaumont to discuss Kanye West, sex rampages, Reading Festival, and all things Muse. Adam, Steve, Lucas, and Mark chat about the band, taking in their whole career and looking at how they fit into the current musical landscape, and also discuss Mark's book, Out of This World: The Story o…
 
The ocean rower and environmentalist, Roz Savage, tells Tom why her four Guinness World Records don't mean as much to her as you might assume, why she might never row again and how she thinks we can make the world a better place whilst being happier ourselves. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose …
 
Now, it's Adam's turn to take you on a trip through his early days as a young musician. * Learn how to master the major scales - check out Adam's Major Scale Course * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about…
 
Alarke (Mary Alouette) is an award-winning Los Angeles-based electronic pop singer, songwriter, music producer, and artist coach. Alarke helps artists find their unique voice through personal and artistic exploration. She recently released her new single "Future Self." Alarke and I spoke about her music and work as an artistic coach. She shared how…
 
Matt Hansel (b. 1977, West Virginia) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He earned an MFA from Yale University School of Art and a BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art. Hansel has had solo shows nationally and abroad at galleries including The Hole, New York (2019), Brand New Gallery, Milan (2018), PM/AM Gallery, London (2017), Wasserman Projects, …
 
Hamilton: An American Musical made its record-breaking Broadway debut in 2015—but the musical has reached far beyond typical Broadway audiences to pave a path into political discourse, pop culture, classroom curriculums, and the broader conversation about contemporary American politics. What led to this chain reaction of popularity, and how does it…
 
What's the future of streaming music platforms? While giants like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube Music only getting bigger, there's an enormous opportunity to build smaller, niche streaming platforms for brands, sports leagues and other customized clients. In this episode, we sit down with Con Raso, MD/cofounder of Tuned Global, an…
 
Grace Davidson and Christian Forshaw's new album Historical Fiction blends Baroque and Renaissance in a contemporary setting. Produced by Forshaw during the pandemic, it develops fragments of melody into a musical framework, creating a soundtrack for a royal occasion. The album is released on 17 September 2021.…
 
Franz Nicolay's Someone Should Pay for Your Pain (Gibson House Press, 2021) is a moving, funny, and sometimes brutal novel about the life of a touring musician. Rudy Pauver is a punk-turned-singer-songwriter now roughly ten years past his peak. He draws a small but steady crowd in bars and venues far from the beaten track, all while enduring the th…
 
Peter tells you about his musical journey and the tunes that educated him the most in his early days. * Learn how to master the major scales - check out Adam's Major Scale Course * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Le…
 
n Episode 54, Davina Wilson talks to Michaela de Cruz. Michaela qualified in 2019 and is relatively new to music therapy but is not new to music activism. Over her 20 years as a jazz and soul performer, musician and songwriter, she has championed and contributed to causes as varied as racial awareness, gender and sexual equality and animal rights. …
 
The London Festival of American Music runs from 13-18 September 2021 and this year features a ground-breaking opera exploring the personal stories of a trans character in 'As One'. In this podcast, a LFAM artistic director, conductor and producer Odaline De la Martinez introduces the festival and talks about how she came to discover the music of Da…
 
Don't let your left hand be boring - Peter and Adam show some voicings to help keep things interesting. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Interested in more m…
 
Frank Demilt is the author of The Blueprint: The Bible for Becoming a Successful Performing Artist in the Digital Age. Frank is the Head of Artist Development and A&R at Water Music Publishing. Frank helped create Sloppy Vinyl, a premier artist development and entertainment company in New Jersey. Frank and I spoke about his new book, The Blueprint,…
 
The Big Mates provide insightful commentary for the Drones World Tour Film by Muse. Adam, Steve, and Lucas discuss the show as released into cinemas (and sneakily uploaded to YouTube). Watch along here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gii3EX0OamQ You can now wear your fandom on your (literal) sleeve! What Is Music? now has a RedBubble shop with lot…
 
Tom has a conversation with Billen Ted about their journey from playing in death metal bands to a lightbulb moment at the music festival Tomorrowland setting them down a different path: creating chart topping dance bangers. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light m…
 
Mary Gauthier was twelve years old when she was given her Aunt Jenny’s old guitar and taught herself to play with a Mel Bay basic guitar workbook. Music offered her a window to a world where others felt the way she did. Songs became lifelines to her, and she longed to write her own, one day. Then, for a decade, while struggling with addiction, Gaut…
 
Peter and Adam deconstruct the myth that a pianist and guitarist will inevitably clash when they play together. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Interested i…
 
Calvin West is a musician and producer who specializes in music lyric videos. Calvin creates lyric videos for artists and labels that capture the artistic vision of the music. He also offers music mastering services. Calvin and I had a great conversation about the evolution of album art and how there are new digital extensions available to musician…
 
BONG. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY NEWS BROADCAST. The Big Mates discuss the newly released album by Manic Street Preachers, The Ultra Vivid Lament. They give their first impressions and pick some standout tracks. You can now wear your fandom on your (literal) sleeve! What Is Music? now has a RedBubble shop with lots of cool and stupid designs. You can get…
 
Gil Shaham is one of a handful of performers who can switch between the character in the music and the personality of the performer mid-performance. Nothing is compromised as was witnessed at the InClassica International Music Festival in Dubai 2021. How does he manage to look so bright and perky on stage? And does it stop when he walks off the sta…
 
Max Pope, the young soulful singer born in Crystal Palace and raised in Brighton, creates music that stops you in your tracks. His songs, filled with colourful characters from his life and imagination, have always captured his unique perspective on the world and demonstrate a gift for storytelling that goes far beyond his years. Max studied at the …
 
It's never been more important than in these socially distanced times to make sure you're comfortable with your ability to stream. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.c…
 
Sean bienvenidos a la selection mensual de rolas de Reggae, traemos hasta ti lo mejor del mes de agosto del 2021 Radio Rugido es el podcast, que mes con mes trae las mejores canciones de Reggae, para la gente de buen gusto y odio fino. Cada mes, podrás escuchar los mejor del Roots, Dub, Dancehall, Digital y demás vertientes del mejor genero musical…
 
The Big Mates discuss conspiracy theories, Celine Dion, The Cramps, and Drones by Muse. Adam, Steve, and Lucas continue their discussion on the band's seventh studio album, exploring the context behind the album, how it was recorded, and concluding their track-by-track deep-dive, discussing the music, lyrics, themes, and everything inbetween! They …
 
The paleontologist, Trevor Valle, talks to Tom about his favourite music and the role it plays in his life, including why he thinks The Who are the greatest rock band of all time. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to…
 
Carter Lee is a producer, composer, and educator. He hosts the Themes and Variations Podcast, where musicians discuss music related to particular themes. Carter is the head of community at Soundfly, a site for online music education. Carter holds degrees in musical performance from MacEwan University and Berklee College. Carter and I had a great co…
 
In part two of this two-part series, Ivan gives us his music history and how he passed that on to his daughter, Nicole. It is amazing to see how big a role family can play in ones appreciation for music and just how deep that love of music can go. Please show your support by leaving us a review and/or helping us through our new Patreon iTunes Googl…
 
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