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A collection of the greatest music stories never told. This season the poet and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib explores a single year: 1980 - the brilliant, awkward and sometimes heartbreaking opening to a monumental decade in popular music.
 
Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
 
Music is an essential part of the human experience. Join music critic Kevin Coffey as he interviews your favorite musicians and talks about new songs and music news. If you're constantly creating playlists, want to know more about your most beloved albums or hear stories from your favorite bands, this show is for you.
 
Welcome to Critical Role, where a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors sit around and play Dungeons & Dragons! Join Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer and an all-star cast of world-class performers each week as they travel through imaginary realms for more adventure than you can shake a magic staff at. Need a deeper dive? Be sure to catch Talks Machina with Brian W. Foster, the official Critical Role companion show, right here on Critical Role.
 
Kpop Critical is a kiki where we deconstruct Kpop. Catrina and Morgan, talk notions of "the Diva", Kpop being the grandchild of Motown and Hollywood, the commodity of art-making, white supremacy's relentless grip on pop, and the intersection of "pointless" and "perfect" in pop culture. It might not sound like it sometimes but we like Kpop, we would just prefer if celebrity and US imperialism didn't exist.
 
Lisa Christiansen is a broadcaster, journalist and longtime metal head. Andrea Warner is a music critic, author and former horoscopes columnist. Every week they talk about things they love, stuff that pisses them off and pop culture: movies new and old, TV, books, music and more. Press play and come hang out with your two new best friends.
 
Join the NYC K-Pop Queens, Emily and Charity as they talk all things K-Pop! A K-Pop podcast from the perspective of "older" fans with work experience in the music industry and media. This weekly podcast includes new release reviews, discussion on comeback looks, VLives, our favorite theories, biases and more. BTS, Monsta X, EXO, NCT 127, Twice, Ateez, Stray Kids, Mamamoo, SuperM and all our favorite K-Pop groups will be discussed. The KPop queens also report their experiences at K-Pop events ...
 
Critical Music podcasts bring you the latest tunes and mixes from Critical artists and special guests such as Kasra, Mefjus, Emperor, Ivy Lab, Rockwell, Break, Enei, Calibre, Vicious Circle, Cyantific, S.P.Y, Total Science, Jubei, Lenzman, Sabre, Foreign Concept plus a ton of mixes from the scene’s vast pool of new blood. Featuring exclusive dubplates, recent releases, classic tracks and the latest lbel news. It’s Drum and Bass at its best. KEEP IT CRITICAL!
 
This page is dedicated to driving a conversation for choral musicians with the PHILOSOPHY of Choral Music at the heart of every post and podcast episode. Topics will be wide ranging from the technical aspects of our jobs and careers all the way to the artistic interpretations and values that make us who we are as artists. Join me in this conversation in which I hope we can learn from each other.
 
A half-assed cultural talk show we accidentally created while trying to do a music show. We weigh in on pop culture, social topics, entertainment, sports, and much more from New York. The Director's commentary track to the culture. Featuring Paul Smith, Brandon, and Tone Aye. WARNING: Contains very strong opinions!rs!
 
Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director & Afternoon Host at WXPN in Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! In addition to each show's main conversation, the guys tackle five current music news topics in our '2 Minute Drill', offer up their 'Songs of the Week', and ask you to participate with the 'Homework Assignment'!
 
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In today's show, Jess brings reviews for midwestern Applebees with 0 game plan, and I bring Music for Cats with every game plan. A huge thanks to everyone who chipped into our ad-drive! It went far better than we ever expected, and the ad buy is already in the works. If you haven't chipped in yet and would like to, we're leaving everything open for…
 
Today New York bred Nashville based singer-songwriter Jillette Johnson joins me on the eve of her new album release, to discuss Patty Griffin’s game-changing genre-defying second album Flaming Red. Like Bob Dylan, Patty shocked a lot of people when she ‘went electric’ on this record, and we get into why this album was different to her folky debut, …
 
Summary: This week we're watching one of the most powerful and moving films we've seen in recent memory: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Also discussed: blues music, the plays of August Wilson, and Chani Nicholson's book, You Were Born For This. Show notes: You're Wrong About Podcast - Quarantine Deep Dive: Jessica Simpson's "Open Book" Ma Rainey’s Black…
 
In today's season premiere, Jess decides to Yelp It on a Mountain, while I take us on a much needed trip, JUST LIKE THE OLD DAYS. :'( If you're new to the show, welcome! If you enjoy the show and decide to stay, please share it! We love that stuff, and we love to hear from folks, too: Join us for game nights: twitch.tv/criticeveryone Yell at us: fo…
 
Benjamin Friedman has been a leading macroeconomist since the 1970s, whose accomplishments include writing 150 papers, producing more than dozen books, and teaching Tyler Cowen graduate macroeconomics at Harvard in 1985. In his latest book, Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, Ben argues that contrary to the popular belief that Western economic ide…
 
Harriet Smith returns to the show to discuss some of her favourite pianists, drawing upon 85 years of piano recordings from the earliest recorded ivory tinklers to the most recent trailblazers. Harriet is well know to readers of Gramophone Magazine and BBC Radio 3's Record Review, and her deep knowledge and passion for piano music brings insights i…
 
Matthew Mercer and Marisha Ray join host Brian W. Foster and Lore Keeper Dani Carr for a totally professional discussion of the Mighty Nein's adventures through Campaign 2, Episode 121! Talks Machina airs every other Tuesday at 7pm PT on https://www.twitch.tv/criticalrole Talks Machina theme music by Colm McGuinness: https://twitter.com/niceviolinb…
 
Is it unhip to search for a meaningful pattern in life? Sven Birkerts rejoins the show to talk about his new book, Vladimir Nabokov's Speak, Memory: Bookmarked (IG Publishing), which explores time, memory, and those aforementioned meaningful patterns. We get into Sven's history with Nabokov's memoir, his own impulse toward memoir as he approached 5…
 
This week I'm talking about getting your music out there this year. We'll discuss - Why you should set concrete goals for the year and not just "wait and see" The importance of looking back at your career prior to the pandemic Planning for the whole year, not just the coming weeks or months. Integrating technology into your plans Why you need to co…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas...the Best Kanye West Song Tournament Death Match Extreme!!! In this 2021 version of the tournament, Chris and Travis sit down with their favorite recurring guest Jordan Johnson and vote on which Kanye song is the best. Will blood be shed? Yes. Is this episode way too long? Of course. Will…
 
John Hare is an eminent philosopher--a professor of philosophical theology at Yale. Among his books are "Why Bother Being Good? The Place of God in the Moral Life." Hare is also a renowned teacher, prized by his students. He is the son of another eminent philosopher, R. M. Hare. He and Jay talk about that. What else do they talk about? Young Hare's…
 
SinCast has a very special episode with the visionary writer/director of cult hits Donnie Darko and Southland Tales! Learn how the memorable Justin Timberlake singalong scene was constructed, and what it was like to direct Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in one of his most unusual roles. Why was Seth Rogen so confused at the end of the movie HE WAS IN? F…
 
Wow. Who could have predicted everything that happened last year? Baconsale tried and, believe it or not, we actually got a few things right! So, once again, we are going to attempt to read the tea leaves for the coming year. We’ll forecast celebrity breakups, predict “sexy” Halloween costumes, discuss new fast food meat alternatives, guess sportin…
 
Just a random rant in my car. As performance opportunities dwindled over the last year, we have been quick to rationalize this as a good thing. Maybe because we needed to in order to cope with the loss? Either way, maybe it’s not that simple. Maybe the performances are critical. I am very excited to welcome to the Choralosophy Podcast our newest af…
 
Chief Film Critic at the Independent and substitute for Mark Kermode on his BBC podcast with Simon Mayo, Clarisse knows her movies. She talks about how she got into the industry, how she got the Kermode job and behind-the-scenes on recording day, her view on the pandemic's effect on cinema and her love for Star Wars, Nicolas Windig Refn and Taika W…
 
SinCast sits down with director Steven Kostanski to chat about his new film, Psycho Goreman. Psycho Goreman, PG for short, is an insanely fun throwback to cinema of the past few decades. Steven explains his influences, fantasy world building on a small budget and so much more on a brand new SinCast! Psycho Goreman is in theaters, On Demand and Digi…
 
From the late MF Doom to Grace Jones and Orville Peck, we take a look at musicians who have worn masks to protect their identities at a time when we’re all masking up to protect one another. In this episode, we talk with writers Sasha Geffen and Harmony Holiday about the different ways artists choose to mask up, and how covering one part of who we …
 
Two of the best selling albums of 2020 were from Taylor Swift. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with music critic Kristin Stahlke about Swift's remarkable year and what led to it. They also review a new album from singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan, bid farewell to New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain and discuss Phil Spector. Become a mem…
 
It's a full week as the Queens review the latest from Oneus, Cravity, Baekhyun and Cherry Bullet. Listen as Emily and Charity breakdown the singles, music videos, album tracks, bias picks and more for these four artists. Plus a discussion on why certain projects may not have worked and how to fix it. The Queens also wonder what's happening with Kin…
 
Today, legendary songwriter and Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson joins me to talk about the Joni Mitchell masterpiece that isn’t ‘Blue’ - 1976's ‘Hejira’. We talk about where the title came from, how a teenage infatuation led Dan to Joni, why Jaco Pastorius is like Hannibal Lector, the album’s lyrical themes of groundedness vs freedom, key songs like …
 
Forced to navigate a strange new relationship with the Tombtakers, the Mighty Nein continue their trek to Aeor, where both fiery and magical dangers await any wrong moves... Watch Critical Role live Thursdays at 7pm PT on https://www.twitch.tv/criticalrole --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.…
 
We've reached the end of The College Dropout...and the end of an era on Watching the Throne. Chris and Travis have big plans for season 10 of the show, but for now, they're going to focus on what may be Kanye West's magnum opus: a 13-minute track that details how Kanye used arrogance as the steam to power his dreams. If you'd like to hear the show …
 
Aw... welcome to season 3 of the show yall...This time we talk closing out 2020, SMTown's charity/not charity concert, some releases from the first 5 seconds of 2021 and what we think will come of this already "tew much" year.Also to note! It wasn't so much Epik High that was hesitant to work with BI but BI himself apparently made a point to say th…
 
Summary: "Love you for 10,000 years." This week The Cinematheque's Chelsea Birks joins us to talk about Wong Kar-Wai's offbeat crime thriller/rom-com Chungking Express. Also discussed: Into Thin Air, vision boards, and what it means to be disruptively cute. Show notes: Buy Chinese joss paper (KK Discount) The Cinematheque/World of Wong Kar-Wai Chel…
 
Join us for a wild season finale, where Jess brings reviews for everyone's favorite hot dog stand with a membership, and I drop some spicy thoughts on hot mushroom cocoa. It'll make sense eventually. See y'all in SEASON 2! (aka NEXT WEEK AS USUAL!) Hey if you've got friends, please tell them about the show! We love it like mad when you do that. Joi…
 
A sportscast with Jay's favorite gurus: Sally Jenkins, Vivek Dave, and David French. Bill Belichick and the Pats. The coach's turning down of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The miraculous career of Tom Brady. Too "miraculous"? Anything illicit going on? Urban Meyer, the Washington Football Team, James Harden as Brooklyn Net, and more. Very live…
 
A series of deaths and personal losses in 2018 hang over Mark Wunderlich's poems in his new collection, God of Nothingness (Graywolf Press). We talk about that writing, how living through it unwittingly prepared him for the past year in Pandemia, and how the current situation compares with his arrival in NYC at the height of AIDS. We get into the u…
 
In this conversation, Soprano Deborah Stephens and I engage in an open and raw conversation about many aspects of identity and how it effects our concepts of self as well as how this effects our view of the music world. We hit the hot button topics of our own identities and how we see ourselves, tokenism, stereotypes in musical tastes, blind auditi…
 
For the 'Shamrocks' debut, veteran rap critic Gary Suarez and his music industry insider co-host Jeffery Laughlin resolve their differences and chat with rapper Fatboi Sharif about Leprechaun (1993). Subscribe to the Cabbages hip-hop newsletter for free at cabbages.substack.com Music: "The Great Beyond" performed by Mike Schmid, used under license …
 
This week I'm talking about criticism. We'll discuss - Why do we get it and how the internet has made things so much worse. Is the criticism valid? Do they have a point? Can you take positives from it? How do deal with unfair criticism. How to use it to your advantage. Please support the Podcast here The Successful Singer-Songwriter Facebook Commun…
 
The SinCast crew dive DEEP into the mailbag that's been filling up for several weeks and answer your pressing movie questions! Scenes that creep them out, favorite pro athlete performance in cinema, actors on the verge of stardom, disaster scenarios that they could survive, and MUCH more on a brand spankin' new SinCast!!! Join us every Monday, and …
 
Baconsale is kicking off our seventh season by talking about our top five & bottom five films from last year. Joel is a little drunk with power because his method of picking movies is quite suitable for this situation, whereas Kent was actually able to scrap together a list of favorites from the dearth of movies released in 2020—even if he had to g…
 
From 1776 to 1969 to 2021, all we can say is: get it together, America!!!! Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! Zolotow, Sam. “2 Musicals Get 8 Nominations For Tony Prizes.” The New York Times, 18 Mar. 1969. Funke, Lewis. “'Great White H…
 
Jay talks once more with one of his favorite writers and people -- Kevin D. Williamson, whose new book is "Big White Ghetto: Dead Broke, Stone-Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the 'Real America.'" Among the topics: poverty, drugs, gambling, porn, and despair. But don't worry: The conversation is much more pleasurable than i…
 
Frontman of South London Shame one of, to quote NME, 'the country's best bands', Charlie talks about their inception in a Brixton pub, recording their debut at the infamous Rockfield Studios, what it's like being on Jools Holland, his past insecurities that feed his onstage persona and his many vocal styles and how he records them. Plus, details on…
 
When one song sits next to another, a new story is told. We talk with Moses Sumney about composing the arc of his album græ, making playlists, and how he honors his own work by refusing to define it. Welcome to Object Of Sound. / Show Notes / For the playlist of songs curated for this episode visit here. Moses referenced the album Speaker Box and T…
 
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share their favorite songs about mistakes. They also review new albums from Paul McCartney and Steve Earle. Become a member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/soundopinions Make a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/36zIhZK Record a Voice Memo: https://www.micdropp.com/studio/5febf006eba45/ Featured Songs: Buzzcock…
 
This week the Queens review the latest albums, singles and music videos from (G)I-DLE, Treasure and Victon. Listen as Emily and Charity breakdown concepts, lyrics, favorite songs, and of course, talk about their biases for all three groups. The Queens also discuss Steve Aoki's remix of A.C.E.'s Fav Boyz, the Golden Disc Awards, GOT7's departure fro…
 
In the final episode of Season 1, we get into the history of the events leading up to the duel and hear the issuing of the challenge in Your Obedient Servant (3:06), we see the final interaction of Hamilton and his wife before he'd head off to his death in Best of Wives and Best of Women (9:00), then we'll witness the fateful duel between our main …
 
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