The StageLeft Podcast lifts the veil on the music industry by telling the stories of those with a unique vantage point. We talk to the unsung heroes behind the success and help young musicians going into an ever complex industry by gleaning advice about the working practices of the the greats from those who were in close proximity when the magic was being made. The StageLeft Podcast has featured musicians who’ve worked performed live & in the studio with David Bowie, Elvis Presley, The Beatl ...
FLYING AIRPLANES OVER MAJESTIC LAKES WHILE LISTENING TO FLEETWOOD MAC AND MAKING FUN OF YOUR TAKES
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
Drawing on influences as diverse as Marvin Gaye, Pearl Jam, and hip-hop, Res defies classification. She’s toured with Gnarls Barkley, recorded with Talib Kweli, and released two solo albums. Now she’s reinterpreting classic Fleetwood Mac songs on her new EP, "Refried Mac."
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Absolute Radio's Pete Donaldson and Sarah Champion bring you backstage interviews with the biggest artists playing the Isle of Wight Festival.
"We Just Wanna Break Even."
Absolute Radio's Pete Donaldson and Sarah Champion are your backstage hosts giving you a unique view of the Isle of Wight Festival. They'll be bringing you the backstage rumours and chatting with the performers.
Join screenwriter and filmmaker Nick Kizina, as he discusses with friends, collaborators, and even strangers, every episode about what they are nerdy and/or passionate about, and how those interests shape who they are as people.
Art and entertainment inspire each of us in different ways. But have you ever wondered what inspires the people who create our cultural touchstones? On The Spark Parade podcast, your host Adam Unze geeks out with artists and entertainers about their cultural spark of inspiration. Everything from Shakespeare to South Park. You’ll hear from artists like Conor Oberst on Northern Exposure, Roisin Murphy on Terrence Conran’s The House Book and Adrian Young on Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On. The Sp ...
Welcome to the 33/24 Podcast, where Dean and Erik talk movies and music. Two friends discussing the movies and music that left marks on their growth charts. So if you’re into the popular, the seen, the unseen and the obscure, then join them weekly for a listen. We promise, you won’t be disappointed.
"Aprenda Inglês com música" é um projeto da Teacher Milena - www.teachermilena.com Baixe o PDF de todas as aulas gratuitamente! Cadastre-se para ter livre acesso à biblioteca #aicm (Aprenda Inglês com música) https://www.teachermilena.com/aprenda-ingles-com-musica Quer apoiar a série comprando o super pacotão? Siga o link ;) https://www.teachermilena.com/aicm-super-pacotao Conheça os outros projetos da Teacher Milena: CURSO INTENSIVO http://www.intensivo.teachermilena.com/ TEACHER MILENA FLI ...
Learning Guitar Now: Learn blues guitar and slide guitar with these easy to follow guitar lessons from John W. Tuggle.
Learning the guitar can be very frustrating foo many. In this podcast, I want to help you improve your guitar skills by giving you these FREE blues and slide guitar lessons. You'll learn how much easier learning blues guitar can be, with lessons and tips geared toward your success as a blues guitarist. These are lessons I have taught to my private students for the last 20 years. Whether you're looking to improve you're existing skills, or maybe start learning slide guitar, I want to keep you ...
Podcast by Aaron Amihud
It's all about music that moves our feelings, and you can't know what's coming next.
This is the DREYNO LIVE podcast. Where we talk about everything from sports to politics to everything entertainment. Follow check us! MUSIC AND MORE COMING FUCKING SOON!!
Short reflexions about anything. Mainly Music. I speak broken English. Também falarei em português.
an eclectic new theme weekly w. Mz Prizm and special guests b/c music is a sound rainbow, and you are a prism! 🌈
Record Club is a live storytelling podcast that celebrates seminal albums and explores how these albums affect our lives. Hosted by musician Louise Burns, each episode features storytellers telling a true, personal story about how a particular record shaped them. This is not a show about dissecting the musicality of an iconic album, but a show that focuses on the relationship people have with music.
Nico is on a mission to make entertainment smart again. Stay tuned every week for thought-provoking analysis from the world of movies, television, music and more. It’s time we all became a little more cultured!
We dive inside the album and tell you about all the stories surrounding your favorite albums. We go deep and dig up all the details on what made the album what it is and how it was made.
McCartney In Goal is a podcast that debates and dissects a great album of pop music. We chat about an album that we love and put it through an imaginary sporting World Cup style-knock out scenario. At times, we may be uninformed. We could be biased. We promise to be unruly. Hosted by David Hughes, and joined by fellow referees, Brett and Steve Sumner. Find us on Twitter @McCartneyin and Facebook. Website: mccartneyingoal.com
Glee was not good! But it could have been.
The completist is a user-friendly discussion of the music that has shaped pop culture – new and old (though mostly old-ish). Most episodes focus on an album or artist, examining the themes, sounds and styles filtered through M.D. and Kyle’s unique backgrounds – from history and theology to film and guitar pedals. Intended more as a celebration than a strict analysis, the completist seeks to deepen our connection to music – encouraging active listening over passive music consumption. // compl ...
Music journalist/promoter, Sommer Sharon, talks with female musicians and music industry professionals about their relationships, motivations, life-changing decisions, their work and more. Go backstage and into the homes and histories of these talented women in the music industry. We’ll also talk about music news, new music, album opinions and current issues affecting the music industry, including issues around gender equality and women empowerment. No rules, always diverse, we’ll cover the ...
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Taking the path les followed, we are not talking about the super-smash hit Rumours, but instead the must more interesting (and better) follow up, Tusk. Essentially Lindsey Buckingham's first solo album, we talk about "the Mac" breaking with convention and delivering something very different than expected. Links Instagram Facebook…
The vinyl to give away to today's link 3 winner is the 17th and most recent studio album from Fleetwood Mac. It was originally released in April 2003, and was their first album since 1995's Time. It's also the first album without vocalist/keyboardist Christine McVie.
Neo soul singer, songwriter and podcaster Rozzi joins me to talk about her spark of inspiration, Fleetwood Mac's world dominating album Rumors. Rozzi talks about using the songs from Rumors to help her through tough times as an adolescent and the power that the album holds over the public consciousness. And of course we talk about all of the behind…
This week's critter is the Giant Knobbled Weevil is a bumpy plant-munching native now found only on remote offshore islands off the coast of Fiordland and Stewart Island.
Builder Stan Scott joins Jesse to talk about your DIY jobs and how to approach them.
Today Jess Daniell of Jess's Underground Kitchen fame, shares an amazing recipe to make the most of cauliflower availability. She talks to Jesse about how to make her delicious Roasted Cauliflower Salad.
Today Ali Ventura gives her verdict on the films Old and The Godmother.
A Blenheim chef has created Aotearoa's best toastie. His twist on a cuban sandwich took out the top prize in this year's Great New Zealand Toastie Takeover. Chef Steve MacDougall talks to Jesse about his win!
It's a big day on the water for NZ's Olympic rowers. Emma Twigg won gold in the single sculls, our men's eights also took gold, and our women's eights walked away with silver. Clay Wilson is there in Tokyo.
50 years ago a group of New Zealand students travelled to China on a diplomatic mission. It was 1971, and China was in the midst of a cultural revolution. One of the students on that trip was Frank Hogan speaks to Jesse.
Economists are often asked to forecast our financial futures. But how seriously should we take these predictions? David McLeish, senior portfolio manager at Fisher Funds talks to Jesse.
An epic train journey for a game of rugby marks the end of an era. Produced by Julie Benjamin
Today Mary Holm talks to Jesse about online share trading. She says research shows that nearly 40 percent of adult New Zealanders use or plan to use micro-investing platforms.
For 6 years, on and off, Amy Wheeler has been documenting our unusual and unexpected obsession with statue seals. She talks to Jesse about what she's uncovered so far.
Two months ago residents finally moved into an alternative housing project in Grey Lynn, Auckland. Cohaus resident David Welch talks to Jesse about how the living arrangements are going for the residents so far.
New research on stranded marine mammals shows a low global reporting rate on euthanasia practices. Marine Biology Professor Karen Stockin talks to Jesse about what's missing in the ongoing research.
Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler just secured our first gold medal at the Olympics in Tokyo. Our reporter Maja Burry is there, she joins Jesse Mulligan.
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I finally got my wish. I've been working on the SSL console famous for that "Vancouver Snare Sound." Though I'm still not sure what that is, I know I'll find it on Pump. Luckily, we have a Toxic Twin of oyur own, Luke Paquin, to walk us through it. Strangely, in style this episode is more early Aerosmith, fast and loose, not the AA ghost written st…
Esta aula é dedicada ao meu maridão, Arley, pelo seu aniversário! Parabéns meu amor!!!Cadastre-se para ter livre acesso à biblioteca #aicm (Aprenda Inglês com música)💻 https://www.teachermilena.com/aprenda-ingles-com-musica ❤️❤️ VOCÊ PODE APOIAR ESTE PROJETO GRATUITO DE EDUCAÇÃO! ❤️❤️Comprando o Super Pacotão você apoia o projeto "Aprenda Inglês co…
Multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer and disabled disco innovator Cola Boyy joins me to talk about Agnes Varda's devastating 1985 film Vagabond. It's a stark portrait of a houseless young woman travelling the French countryside on her own. Cola Boyy is in awe of Sandrine Bonnaire's central performance and the film had a profound effect on him as…
With the 2020 Olympics underway in Tokyo, University of Waikato researchers talk about a condition they have been studying that impacts both elite and amateur athletes across different sports worldwide.
For years Michael Pollan told us about what happens to our bodies when we eat plants. Now he wants the world to have a more open and honest conversation about what happens when we consume psychoactive plants. He talks to Jesse.
Today the newest member of the Afternoons production team, Alix Higby, shares her thoughts on the podcasts she's been listening to. She talks to Jesse about Spectacle: An Unscripted History of Reality TV, Resistance and Welcome to Your Fantasy.
RNZ producer and onetime bookseller Robert Kelly presents his weekly quiz.
Amanda Palmer undertakes a small hall crawl on Waiheke Island this weekend for her fans and the locals - she talks to Jesse about her time here and why she's not leaving anytime soon.
For the past two decades, Jason "Bart" Bartley has been photographing club rugby action from his hometown of Whangamatā. He's now got over 40,000 photos on the Bart's Rugby Photos Facebook page.
Today US Gymnast Simone Biles dropped out of the Olympic team final, saying she needed to prioritise her mental health. Psychologist Gary Hermansson talks to Jesse about the pressures on athletes.
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Legendary Australian diver Valerie Taylor knows so many people are afraid of sharks because of her work. Her story is told in Playing With Sharks: The Valerie Taylor Story.
Today Pip reviews, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl's Confabulous Memoir by Kai Cheng Thom, Things I Learnt at Art School by Megan Dunn and ANTISTATIC an exhibition by Anna Pendergrast & Kelly Pendergrast.
For today's how to write Jesse's looking at the ins and outs of a pepeha, an introduction used in a Māori context, with RNZ's Māori Strategy Manager Shannon Haunui-Thompson.