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On Request Magazine is an online rock music and entertainment publication covering today's top rock artists, as well as movies, television and gaming. We cover everyone from All Time Low to Underoath, shows from The CW, FOX, Showtime and film with great interviews, photos, reviews and more. Find us online at www.onrequestmag.com https://www.facebook.com/onrequestmagazinepodcast
 
Interview series for upcoming independent artists. These in depth interviews are designed to help artists learn from the successes and failures of artists who are currently killing it in music. Have a question you want answered? Hit us up on Twitter @mayomusictv Or mayomusictv@gmail.com iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mayo-music-interviews/id917384131?mt=2
 
The VVN Music Podcast includes reviews, features and interviews with the veteran music artists that have been recording for twenty years or more in pop, rock, R&B/soul, country, folk and blues. All music samples used during this show are strictly for news reporting, editorial & review use and do not exceed 30 seconds in length, falling under the fair use clause of the copyright act.
 
Hosted by psychotherapist and author Lynne Bernfield, The Lynne Show is about discovering aspects of ourselves which we have had to deny. In it she talks about why this happens and what we can do to recover these denied parts. She interviews people who make their living or their life with their art.
 
Many want to "make it" in the music industry. Few successfully make it in. Even fewer stay in. The goal of this podcast is to help bring some clarity to your path towards a music career. We want to help you not only get in, but stay in. To this end, hosts Seth Mosley and X O'Connor will dig deep with luminaries of the music industry. These are people who have "made it" and today have very notable careers. Many are Grammy winners and work with prominent record labels. Some of our listeners mi ...
 
Do you love great interviews? Consider yourself a music aficionado? If you answered yes, you’ve come to the right podcast. Moe Train’s Tracks is hosted by ridiculous, but truly skilled conversationalists Monty “Moe Train” Wiradilaga and Brian “King B” Kracyla. These funny guys have traveled all over the US, covering the world’s best music festivals. Over 60 of the world’s biggest musicians, celebrities and politicians, such as members of Pantera, Ziggy Marley, Public Enemy, GWAR, O.A.R., The ...
 
Live from Broadway Nashville, TN! TipSee Music presents the uncut and unfiltered TipSee Music Happy Hour Podcast hosted by the Rev. D-Bone and Drew East. Sip Back and Relax while interviewing singers/songwriters in Nashville and get an experience like no other podcast in the game. Become a mullet today and be sure to subscribe! Let's get TipSee yall!
 
Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to be a part of the show! The most interactive show, with special guests, music, taboo topics and of course YOU! Be a part of the newest internet show that is guaranteed to screw up some stuff. Equal opportunity music lovers' home! Finally a place on the web to find, listen and interact with musicians. From local and regional to national artists all in one place, found right here!! Email questions, comments and suggestions, to be a part of the show with on ...
 
Welcome to the Soundcloud page for conductor Robin Browning. Passionate, versatile and charismatic - conductor Robin Browning is impressing audiences, orchestras and critics in the UK and abroad. Robin's expanding performance-diary and discography show his increasing popularity, both in the concert hall and recording studio.
 
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AC/DC and their music will forever be a part of Australian rock and roll history. Although the band are still producing new music, Father time is inevitably catching up with them but their legacy remains firmly intact. The band have spawned probably more tribute acts than any other band, to varying degrees of success, but Australia is fortunate eno…
 
Shorter interviews require new formats! Personal one for me this, getting to interview the great Midge Ure, a man whose music I have loved for over 40 years. Effectively an extended Quickfire Round, I grill Midge on random questions relating to his 80s career. Enjoy. [thanks to Erika] midgeure.com 80sography@gmail.com Different Words Said In Differ…
 
While coming from a small town might appear on the surface to be advantageous, in many instances – particularly when it comes to music and choices of musicians – it is actually more of a hinderance. As with everything in life, however, it’s what you make of it, as Albany, Western Australia alternate/heavy rock band Liz Dexic recently found out. Fac…
 
Victorian metal titans Frankenbok have witnessed somewhat of a rebirth since COVID, with their latest album Overdose emphatically proving that the band still have plenty to offer despite spending a quarter of a century doing the rounds. Sonically, Overdose sees Frankenbok veering into fresh musical territory, drawing influence more from the punk si…
 
Rising from the remnants of Wake The Blind, Melbourne metalcore outfit Liar are just taking their formulative steps into the wider musical landscape. With a blending of genres weaving hardcore, emo, hip hop and metal, Liar are an amalgamation of the many styles that have influenced them, delivered with a youthful exuberance that only confidence can…
 
While many bands experience musical growth, particularly over the first few albums, usually such efforts are unwelcomed by fans of the band who expect them to stay pigeon holed in the box that first drew their attention. It is a complex debate, but one which will always be won by the artist because, let’s face it, at the end of the day they have so…
 
When you think of the name John Corabi it is almost instinctive to play word association and come up with Motley Crue straight after, but the singer is more than just the frontman for one of the worlds most notorious bands on one album. Much more. Corabi has also leant his talents to bands like Scream, The Dead Daisies, Union and ESP, and over the …
 
Originally viewed as more of a side project for OneSideZero vocalist/guitarist Jasan Radford, Centershift has now developed into more of a band in its own right. After the success of singles “9” and “My Own World”, Centershift recently released the hauntingly important track “And So…”, a tale of domestic violence and other negative emotions and add…
 
It’s hard to believe that Steel Panther celebrated their 20th year during the recent lockdowns. For a band many believed to be a one trick pony – but a damn fine one at that – Steel Panther have endured where others have fallen and not only taught that pony a stable of new tricks, but also converted him into a stallion of the highest order. On the …
 
Motionless In White are at that stage of their career where you could imagine their loyal legion of fans would consume whatever musical output they choose fit to release. With unprecedented sales and figures that would make Donald Trump blush, the band have forged a path for themselves that has seen them steadily ascend the musical game of snakes a…
 
When four fresh faced teenagers from the Gold Coast burst onto the local music scene with their EP Society Anxiety in 1999 the seeds for a musical revolution were officially sewn. Although Australia had been introduced to the grunge inspired heavy metal crossed with nu metal, hard rock and some rap undertones – namely Silverchair - homegrown bands …
 
Eclectic UK rock outfit Enter Shikari have made a career out of the sheer unpredictable nature of their music. Following the breakout success of their debut album Take To The Skies in 2007 – which featured the hit singles Sorry You’re not A Winner, Mothership and Anything Can Happen IN The Next Half Hour… Enter Shikari took to the world, showcasing…
 
It's not often I will publicly come out and endorse a band, but if you have not yet been touched by the charms and ferocity of Louisville metal pioneers Belushi Speed Ball then I suggest you go out and binge yourself and enter the playfully beautiful and bizarre world of a band who genuinely don’t give a solitary fuck. Except when it comes to their…
 
Interview by CJ Nash from Local Band Smokeout New Zealand experimental metal outfit Kaosis are crossing the waters back to Australia this June for a series of showcase events alongside some of this countries best and most promising acts. One of these shows is Gold Coast Carnage Fest, to be held at Mo’s Desert Clubhouse in Burleigh Heads on Friday, …
 
After six years without releasing new music, Melbourne melodic metal veterans Vanishing Point triumphantly returned in late 2020 with the highly rated album Dead Elysium. Despite being robbed of valuable touring opportunities because of recent world events, the band have vowed to make up for lost time this month and into next when they take to the …
 
The Angels are one Australian band that needs no introduction. After more than 40 years atop the Aussie rock tree, the band still shows no sign of slowing down. Part of that is due to the appointment of one Dave Gleeson to frontman duties just over ten years ago, another part due to the injection of youth in the form of drummer Nick Norton and bass…
 
Scottish metal outfit Bleed From Within have been one of the leading lights of the UK metal scene for over 17 years, with their ability to draw inspiration from a plethora of metal stylers a standout feature of their sound. Mixing the extremities of metal sub-genres with the complexities of their hosts, Bleed From Within are difficult to categorise…
 
Since bursting onto the scene with their breakthrough debut album Replenish in 1995, Glastonbury rockers Reef have had somewhat of a confused career. Not in the sense that the band have been confused, rather the public – myself included – misled by the success of probably one song in particular, Place Your Hands. That tune was a runaway success but…
 
Sydney post hardcore outfit HEISTS epitomize the working spirit of the typical Australian. With a firm DIY ethos the band hit the ground running and full of momentum with their first two singles Outrage and Revenant, laying the platform for debut EP Disquiet and announcing the band as something special on the local market. Wasting little time, Heis…
 
As the release date for their second album The Blessed Ghost – out on July 15 – draws nearer, New Zealand rock outfit Voodoo Bloo are ramping up the promo, recently releasing the albums second track Small which follows last years Skin. The announcement of the new 12-track album welcomes a new frontier for Voodoo Bloo, as well as a new line-up consi…
 
Interview by CJ Nash from Local Band Smokeout New Zealand experimental metal outfit Kaosis are crossing the waters back to Australia this June for a series of showcase events alongside some of this countries best and most promising acts. One of these shows is Gold Coast Carnage Fest, to be held at Mo’s Desert Clubhouse in Burleigh Heads on Friday, …
 
Every so often a band comes along that almost seems too cool for school. Bands with a laid back, almost flippant attitude and enough nonchalance to almost make them sound French. Of course, most bands that come across like that generally get caught up in their own self importance and soon fall by the wayside but every so often you come across an ou…
 
For more than three decades, Greek metal outfit Septicflesh have ruled the death metal roost internationally. With a wealth of experience, coupled with a nations history to draw from, Septicflesh are preparing to release their eleventh album – and first for Nuclear Blast Records – titled Modern Primitive on May 20. Always thought provoking with the…
 
Northern Beaches rock outfit Edgecliff have got their swagger on with new single “I’ll be Gone”. Laced with harder edge sounds over a rock and roll landscape, “I’ll Be Gone” takes you back to the days when rock and roll ruled the roost and songs were dictated by the sweet sounds of guitar. “I’ll Be Gone” kicks off wtih a fiery riff before bursting …
 
Another Anatomy of a Song and another wonderful guest; the great Dee C Lee. As well as discussing the classic single, See The Day, we also cover her time with Wham! and The Style Council as well as Girls Aloud, Strictly and her life and career in the 80s. Contact Dee at her website: www.deeclee.com 80sography@gmail.com Also on Twitter/Instagram: @8…
 
Canadian punk outfit Silverstein return today with their tenth studio album Misery Made Me, a collection of songs that dares the inner punk to not come out to play. Over a career spanning more than two decades Silverstein have been the voice for disenfranchised youth the world over, with their steadfast approach to music and refusal to confirm to p…
 
New Zealand experimental metal outfit Kaosis are crossing the waters back to Australia this June for a series of showcase events alongside some of this countries best and most promising acts. One of these shows is Carnage Fest, to be held at Mo’s Desert Clubhouse in Burleigh Heads on Friday, June 3. Kaosis will be bringing a swag of new material an…
 
Californian melodic hardcore outfit Being As An Ocean this year celebrate the tenth year of their debut album Dear – D… It is an album that saw the band change their musical style drastically from their initial extreme metal sound to a more accessible form of metal that has since seen Being As An Ocean garner a solid worldwide fan base. As a specia…
 
Brisbane heavy outfit Massic decimated the eardrums of the nation with their 2018 debut album Redshift, a sweltering melting pot of hardcore and groove that was backed up by a ferociously addictive live show. Then, as happened the world over, the band hit a stumbling block in the form of a virus that stopped the planet and Massic were forced to wor…
 
With two shows down and only one remaining in Melbourne this Saturday, May 7, it’s fair to make an early call and declare the first year of Uncaged Festival to be a resounding success. Carting an all Aussie line-up from Sydney to Brisbane and now Melbourne, Uncaged has truly been a diverse musical festival, featuring bands like Wolfmother, You Am I…
 
To celebrate the 80th birthday of Sir Fab Macca Whacky Thumbs Aloft we have the collated interviews with past guests discussing their experiences working with McCartney. Starting off with an unheard interview with Chris Hughes, enjoy the return to Pepperland so just press to play... CHRIS HUGHES (02:50)* Motor of Love Figure of Eight (single versio…
 
Adelaide extreme metal outfit Freedom Of Fear have a special affiliation with Brisbane, having spent many a night playing in the Queensland capital in their early years. Now, the band is returning after an enforced absence to perform at the inaugural Metal; Health concert at the Back Room in Annerley on April 30. The event, organized by Scott Moss …
 
Anger is a powerful emotion that can manifest itself in numerable ways. Too often it can simmer to boiling point and cause explosions where calmer heads should prevail, but for those fortunate enough to be able to channel that emotion into music a whole new world of opportunities is created. Sydney metalcore outfit Sugar Spine – borne out of the fr…
 
After finally getting to complete their staggered 10 year anniversary tour in February this year, Melbourne metal outfit Orpheus Omega can look more to the future. While already starting on new material, the band is still keen to explore fresh musical territories and expand their reach, so when the opportunity arose to headline this weekend’s Metal…
 
Brisbane metal outfit Revoid are today releasing their debut EP Sleepless Still. The EP comes on the back of successful singles Gloomsayer and Ghost and shows Revoid in a more experimental light, playing around with the barriers associated with metal and adding their own flair. Band members Dale Dudeson (vocals), Nick Watson (drums) and Josh 'Krust…
 
Minds? End have suffered more than their fair share of hardships over the last 18 months. Firstly, it was COVID, then came the flooding in their home of Northern New South Wales. While they weren't alone in these setbacks they were certainly hit harder than many, but through it all have managed to come out the other side holding a treasured piece o…
 
Melbourne rock outfit Shotgun Mistress have been making waves since the release of their self titled debut album mid last year. They burst onto the scene with a swagger and assuredness that could almost have been mistaken for arrogance had they not delivered everything they promised and more. Originally formed by Matt Wilcock - better known for his…
 
While most bands tend to play it safe with early releases, occassionally you get one that throws caution to the wind and decides to think outside the box a little by trying their hands at covering someone elses song. It is a brave move for a band in their infancy, and one which Melbourne hard rock outfit Dreadful Tides are about to take by covering…
 
Fresh off the back of a successful stint as part of the recent Under The Southern Stars Festival, Melbourne rockers Electric Mary are about to set off on an Australian tour with Shotgun Mistress that sees them visit every state of Australia. After having to change the dates a number of times due to current world events, Electric Mary are set to fin…
 
Music is meant to be fun. It always has been, and always should be, but in the modern corporate age that sense of fun is all too often consumed by the financial bottom line. Too many great bands fall by the wayside because they aren’t marketable enough or are not considered good investments, which is a musical tragedy. The best bands are the ones w…
 
Live music events don't get much bigger than Fist Full Of Rock, which hits Eatons Hill Hotel this Friday, April 29, and the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on September 2. Featuring The Poor, The Angels, Baby Animals and Rose Tattoo, Fist Full Of Rock is more than a concert event. It is Australian music history unfolding before your ears performed by four…
 
Udo Dirkschneider needs no introduction amongst old school metal lovers. Starting his distinguished career as vocalist for Accept, he continued pushing with projects U.D.O and Dirkschneider to firmly establish himself among the greats. Musically, Udo is an enigma, a man who has consistently and successfully done things entirely his own way, which i…
 
People fear change and the unknown, particularly when it comes to music. They expect their favourite bands and musicians to recycle a sound or formula that they connect with and, more often than not, shy away when that artist attempts something different musically. For Alex Lifeson (Rush) and Andy Curran (Coney Hatch), their new project Envy Of Non…
 
After a couple of rescheduled dates and other behind the scenes dramas as a direct result of COVID, Australia’s newest music festival, Uncaged, is finally set to touch down in Sydney on April 23 and Brisbane on April 24. One of the headliners, who also happen to have to travel from overseas (kind of), is New Zealand rock outfit Shihad, with vocalis…
 
After the successful release of their first two singles Ghosts Of Paradise and Fading Colours, Brisbane rock outfit Tailor Made Rejects are today putting their first EP, Selfmedicate, out to the world. The EP is an eclectic mixture of rock, progressive rock and musical experimentation that should serve to enhance the growing reputation of this fled…
 
While being a band now for a number of years, Gold Coast metal/prog/experimental outfit IBVS are only now getting around to releasing some material. And it has been worth the wait. The band’s debut single Follow The Gaijin is being released through HEAVY at 5.30pm on April 22 and is a melting pot of metal, rock, jazz and even blues that will take m…
 
It doesn’t get much bigger in metal than Judas Priest and DIO. Judas Priest will go down in history as one of the most influential heavy metal groups EVER. Their music has shaped generations of music and become synonymous with the term heavy metal the world over. Although Rob Halford will always be seen as the prominent Judas Priest vocalist, Tim ‘…
 
After a prolonged absence due to COVID, Australia’s favourite funk metallers Mammal have returned as only they know how. With a statement of intent. Mammal are back to point the funky finger of blame at those responsible for some of the worlds atrocities, with recent single Crime Scene introducing new bass player Kade Turner and proving Mammal have…
 
While Uncaged Festival officially kicks off this weekend, the show itself has taken far longer to bring from idea to reality. In a musical climate where many promotors were having to be selective about which shows to put on, Silverback Touring, and particularly the man behind it all Danny Bazzi, was thinking more about the future and the possibilit…
 
Since the early 1990s the name Tumbleweed has been synonymous with Australian rock and roll. While they haven’t reached the lofty heights of some of their contemporaries, Tumbleweed have always held their own niche in Australian music, walking a blurred line between acceptable genres to create their own sound which has seen them survive for thirty …
 
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