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Hey scenesters! On The Boys in the Band Podcast we bring you exclusive interviews with the musicians who soundtracked the 00s indie scene. The best gigs, the secrets to songwriting the biggest hits, and what came next… Hear the inside stories from your favourite bands. If you loved that scene - The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys, Mystery Jets, The Cribs, The Maccabees, The Holloways etc - then this is the podcast for you! Get in touch and let us know your favourite bands/songs/gigs from the era. ...
 
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In this podcast: 1. The Strap Ons, 2. Electric Frankenstein, 3. Rebel Rebel, 4. Horstreich, 5. The Strap Ons, 6. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 7. Weartists, 8. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 9. Torn Down Units, 10. The Strap Ons, 11. Spinecar, 12. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 13. Rocket City Riot, 14. Deep Winter, 15. Rocket City Riot, 16. Rocket City Rio…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with James Walsh from Starsailor picking his favourite album of the 00s. James makes the case for Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot as his favourite of the 2000s. The band actually had to fight to get this released, with their record label refusing to put it out. That led to the band streaming it for free on their …
 
In this podcast: 1. Electric Frankenstein, 2. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 3. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 4. Rebel Rebel, 5. Rocket City Riot, 6. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 7. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 8. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 9. Midway Still, 10. Rocket City Riot, 11. Delko, 12. Magnatune Compilation, 13. The Strap Ons, 14. SHE SAID SAVE ME, 15…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we're joined by James Walsh from Starsailor. It's 20 years since the band's huge debut album Love Is Here landed and with Starsailor about to head off on an anniversary tour it was the perfect time for James to reflect on how that LP was written, its reception... and the pain of missing out on No1 to Kylie …
 
In this podcast: 1. Horstreich, 2. Rocket City Riot, 3. Electric Frankenstein, 4. Horstreich, 5. Electric Frankenstein, 6. Rocket City Riot, 7. Trevor and the Joneses, 8. Jackalopes, 9. Electric Frankenstein, 10. Horstreich, 11. Horstreich, 12. Opened Paradise, 13. Rebel Rebel, 14. Rocket City Riot, 15. Horstreich, 16. Deep Winter…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Charles Cave from White Lies picking his favourite album of the 00s. Charles goes with the debut album from Secret Machines - Now Here Is Nowhere as his favourite of the 2000s. We discuss how a powerful live show at Club NME in Camden's Koko caught his attention and how this brilliant LP turned him into a…
 
In this podcast: 1. Liquid Rainbow, 2. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 3. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 4. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 5. Delko, 6. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 7. Spinecar, 8. Electric Frankenstein, 9. Rebel Rebel, 10. Jackalopes, 11. Rocket City Riot, 12. Electric Frankenstein, 13. Rocket City Riot, 14. Rocket City Riot, 15. Delko, 16. Rocke…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we chat to Charles Cave from Fear of Flying and White Lies. He tells us some great stories from the mid-00s when Fear of Flying supported the likes of Jamie T and The Maccabees on tour and reminisces about some classic London indie club nights. Charles also shares the story of how that band evolved into Whi…
 
In this podcast: 1. Electric Frankenstein, 2. Electric Frankenstein, 3. Rocket City Riot, 4. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 5. Rocket City Riot, 6. Jackalopes, 7. Weartists, 8. Electric Frankenstein, 9. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 10. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 11. Rocket City Riot, 12. Torn Down Units, 13. Weartists, 14. Electric Frankenstein, 15. Roc…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Chris Cester from Jet picking his favourite albums of the 00s. Chris gives shout outs to The Strokes' Is This It - or, as he reckons it should have been called: This Is It! - and The White Stripes' White Blood Cells. However, he settles on The Hives' Veni Vidi Vicious as his favourite album of the 2000s a…
 
In this podcast: 1. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 2. Rebel Rebel, 3. Rebel Rebel, 4. The Dirty Love, 5. Electric Frankenstein, 6. Spinecar, 7. Rocket City Riot, 8. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 9. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 10. Electric Frankenstein, 11. SHE SAID SAVE ME, 12. Delko, 13. Rocket City Riot, 14. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 15. Louis Lingg and…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we chat to Chris Cester from Jet. He tells us about the Australian music scene - or lack of it - when they were forming in the early 2000s and how The Vines drew the music industry's attention Down Under, allowing Jet to capitalise with their brilliant collection of throw-back rock 'n' roll. It could have b…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Nick Krill and Thomas Hughes from The Spinto Band picking their favourite albums of the 00s. First up, Nick goes with Beck's Sea Change, praising the traditional song craft on this album from an artist also known for samples and experimentation. Then Thomas goes for The Unicorns' Who Will Cut Our Hair Whe…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we catch up with Nick Krill and Thomas Hughes from The Spinto Band. These guys were recording music before they'd even played a gig but soon took off, opening for the Arctic Monkeys on their first US tour, and then blowing up in the UK when single 'Oh Mandy' took off over here. Nick and Thomas break down ho…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Fred Macpherson from Spector and Les Incompetents naming his favourite album of the 00s era. First up, Fred - setting aside the Strokes' first two albums - goes with The Mars Volta's De-Loused in the Comatorium as the best album of the 00s. However, he also gives a shout out to The Video Nasties album On …
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we catch up with Fred Macpherson currently of Spector and formerly of Les Incompetents. In a bumper episode, Fred gives fantastic reflections on the London indie scene during the 00s, where his band Les Incompetents hung out and performed with the likes of Jamie T, Laura Marling and Mumford and Sons but nev…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Tahita Bulmer and Andy Spence from New Young Pony Club naming their favourite albums of the 00s era. Tahita goes for Life Without Buildings album Any Other City and explains how the vocals from Sue Tompkins provided inspiration for her own delivery in NYPC. Meanwhile, Andy goes with Silent Alarm by Bloc P…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we catch up with Tahita Bulmer and Andy Spence from New Young Pony Club. The band came to the fore in the 00s with their blend of disco and electro punk, and their huge track Ice Cream was played everywhere. Tahita tells us about the big effort that went into nailing the brilliant lyrics to that top tune. W…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Tom Greatorex from Black Wire naming his favourite album of the 00s era. Tom picks The Moldy Peaches album and chats about his love for the music created by Adam Green and Kimya Dawson, from the brilliant songcraft to the quirky lyrics. There's also a shout out for Jeffrey Lewis, with Tom explaining how h…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we catch up with Tom Greatorex from Black Wire. The band burst onto the scene in Leeds and immediately became renowned for their wild live shows, with one of their early gigs inspiring the Kaiser Chiefs' I Predict A Riot. Tom recalls that night - and tries to work out how he ended up losing his trousers and…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Ben Gautrey and Kieran Mahon from The Cooper Temple Clause naming their favourite albums of the 00s era. Ben picks The Suburbs by Arcade Fire and explains the impact the album had on him as he and his band were going their own ways, while Kieran explains why Interpol's Turn on the Bright Lights was such a…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we talk to Ben and Kieran from The Cooper Temple Clause about how this gang of mates enjoyed success in the 00s. The boys give us a fantastic insight into the band, from using fancy dress Thursdays to lighten up long recording sessions to chaotic football matches with Muse, fans of The Cure and Brazilian ac…
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Matt Maust from Cold War Kids naming his favourite album of the 00s era. He picks The Good, The Bad & The Queen's self-titled debut - and describes the work by the super group as "the perfect album". The band consisted of singer Damon Albarn (Blur and Gorillaz), bassist Paul Simonon (The Clash), guitarist…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we talk to Matt Maust from Cold War Kids about the band's long career, with album number nine coming out in September. What was the motivation when they formed after college, and what keeps them going now? We discuss the big tunes on debut album Robbers & Cowards which launched the band and how they ended u…
 
In this special bonus episode of The Boys in the Band Podcast we chat to Laura Jean Marsh, writer, director, and actor in new film Giddy Stratospheres, which is set in the heart of the 00s indie scene. It's a tale of love and loss but with a backdrop of brilliant guitar music, which captures the buzz of those gigs and club nights from around 2007. …
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Felix White from The Maccabees, naming his favourite album of the 00s era. He picks Natural History by I Am Kloot - and explains how the band's atmospheric live shows captured his imagination and inspired him with the realisation you that you don't have to be the biggest band on the planet to have a real …
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we talk to Felix White from The Maccabees about the band's four albums, electric live shows and why they bowed out on a high in 2017 with a series of stunning farewell shows at Alexandra Palace. Felix takes us through the story of how the band's sound evolved as they became more skilled musicians and honed …
 
Our series of bonus podcasts continues with Nick Hodgson, founding member and former drummer with Kaiser Chiefs, naming his favourite album of the era. He picks Is This It by The Strokes - and explains the impact the American band's debut had on him and how it transformed the musical landscape of the early 2000s. Nick discusses how The Strokes insp…
 
This week on The Boys in the Band Podcast we talk to Nick Hodgson formerly of Kaiser Chiefs, on their rise to becoming one of Britain's biggest bands, the mega hit I Predict A Riot and the massive shows which followed. From how the band rebelled against the image many of their contemporaries were chasing at the time to how tracks like Ruby came tog…
 
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