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"Stylistically Superior! Simply the best vocal house podcast on the net" (iTunes). Listed "What's Hot" by Apple iTunes 2010-2020. Full of "infectious grooves and familiar melodies inter weaved with the newest sounds and modern beats." If you like electronic and dance music particularly with vocals then this podcast is for you. Take it to the gym, the dance floor, or your favorite party. Get all 300+ DJ sets since 2009 on the free app in the iTunes store or for Android at Amazon.com or your f ...
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers! Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, The Grunge, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Hustle, You're Not Listening, The Career Musician, Th ...
 
KeepItBasement With @TheSweenz Is a show based on energy surrounding Hip-hop, Pop Culture, Entertainment, Comedy, Creativity & Inspiration. With Celebrity Interviews Everyday Real Life Topics Like Dating, Sex Discussions, & The Popular KIB Original Bro Talk. @TheSweenz is the host of the show he is a Question Asker, & Entertainer: He has Conducted interviews with Grammy nominated Musicians, Successful Entrepreneurs, Nationally syndicated Media Personalities, Comedians, Entertainers, Porn Sta ...
 
Dark hypnotic grooves have been providing the driving force behind this New York based DJ/Producer. His dynamic ability to capture sounds and emit them so expressively via his DJ sets or his productions on labels like Rawthentic, Inmotion Music, iVAV Recordings and Local Music has allowed Keith to receive plenty of international support. His tracks have been supported by artists such as Adam Beyer, Steve Lawler, Carlo Lio, The Junkies, Reset Robot, Gel Abril, Okain and Victor Calderone to na ...
 
Pete is a native New Yorker born and raised 13 miles from NYC. in Mt.Vernon, hometown of Dick Clark ( and not surprisingly one of his inspirations). Pete grew up listening to Top40 radio of the 60s and early 70s,like radio stations WMCA,WINS,and WABC and legendary djs like "Cousin Brucie" Morrow and Murray the K. Pete loves all types of music but being raised in an urban area, is partial to the classic soul and r&b sound. He re-creates that top 40 sound using classic jingles and commercials.
 
Building an organic fan base and headlining your own events are not easy tasks. But with her own unique sound, captivating energy, and an ever- growing fan base, it’s something Miss Jennifer has accomplished in just a few short years. In fact, her fan base has even grown to exceed many more established international artists, with loyal fans that follow her everywhere, hungry for that lively, fresh, seductive sound. It’s no wonder why when international touring brands like El Row, HYTE, Elect ...
 
DJ, producer and label head at 5th Planet Records, Cync has been an innovator in the electronic music and NYC club scene since the 90's spinning seamlessly though the paradigm shift of dance music. Having Billboard charted hits and releases on legendary dance imprints Strictly Rhythm, Turbo and Vega Records, DJ Cync also has worked with the likes of Grammy winners and pioneers like the Godfather of House Frankie Knuckles, Tiga and Little Louie Vega. DJ Cync also know as Cyncadelic and Liquid ...
 
"The Sound of New York City" is a project born from the idea of its founder back in 2006 to encourage the rediscovery of the Disco Sound, including Soul - Funk - House, while at the same time make use of my extensive vinyl collection, much of which was gathered from underground sources, dating back to 1975. In December 2009 the initial project was transformed into a live, 24/7 web radio station: TSoNYC™ The Sound of New York City™. The station's programming is based on the history of New Yor ...
 
Terrence Parker (known to many as "TP") born and raised in Detroit, has become legendary for his quite uncommon yet skillful turntablism style of playing House Music and widely admired because he uses an actual telephone handset as headphones. Terrence’s first DJ gig was for his classmate’s eight grade graduation party in June of 1982. While a sophomore at Southfield High School in 1983, Terrence worked at his school’s radio station WSHJ 88.3 FM as an on-air DJ, and in 1988, Terrence release ...
 
ALEX ORTEGA also known by his alter ego name AGETRO started his career in Paris in 2001 at the famous “Mixer Bar” in the BASTILLE area. Largely influenced by the sound of house music from a young age, his DJ sets are characterized by hard-hitting electro house and a fine house progressive. In 2004, he participated to the Fun DJ Tour, a tour of French beaches managed by the french radio station Fun Radio. In 2007, Alex played at the world famous “Queen Club Paris” located on the Champs Elysée ...
 
2011: 4 Continents, 7 Interntional Cities, 1 HUGE YEAR International DJ Justin Ryan made his DJ’ing debut at Midtown New York City's popular dance club, The Ritz. Justin was the creator and resident DJ for Sinful Sundays. His unique house sounds combined with mainstream genre caught the ear of the National Task Force of Winter Party Miami, where he became a part of the Out In Parks Summer Tour. The tour took Justin's sound to cities like New York, Washington DC, and Montreal. This was just t ...
 
Upcoming Dj/Producers Steven Marques & Steven De La Fe Take you on a Journey Through Some Of Today's Best House Music from around the world. Hailing from Elizabeth, New Jersey, Kings of House (Steven De Lafe & Steven Marques) began their music careers in the underground scene and quickly gained popularity as a duo of DJ’s. Their sound incorporates a variety of progressive, tech, and conventional styles of house music, often featuring hit songs before they have even blown up. Having mastered ...
 
GayVoice Podcast is a podcast that focuses on all the sh*t you have no time to. So if you wanna catch up with all the mess going on in the world, but don’t want to spend hours down clickbait articles, gossip instagrams and youtube rabbit holes, GayVoice delivers all the hottest topics in a one to two hour podcast, with a gay twist. We’re your gay best friends who you’re not sure really like you but always have your best interests in mind. We’re also your black bitter aunties who you love spe ...
 
Demuir’s eclectic house sound exudes funky, sexy and soulful beats that are consistently recognized and sought by fellow artists and dance music fans around the world. Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Demuir started off as a child playing around on his Dad’s Hammond B3 organ, before beginning to play music seriously at the age of 16, with skills covering the keys, bass guitar, drums and percussion instruments. He first fell in love with house music after hearing Derrick May’s “Strings of Life”, ...
 
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In this episode of SLNYC News we talking about the star-studded lineup for the inauguration of Joe Bide and Kamala Harris, them possibility of Dolly Parton having a statue erected in her honor, the future of Governor's Ball, Gov Cumos's plan to revitalize the New York arts industry and The Harlem Gospel Choirs' tribute concert to Martin Luther King…
 
Let’s welcome drummer Andrew Toy to the Performance Anxiety family. He’s played in so many genres of music that I lost count. He likes to use music genres like chords; building one on top of another to create something unique. And it began by playing on a cruise ship! Now he’s got a solo album out that is full of experimental percussion. And it’s a…
 
Rock 'n' roll veteran Todd "Damnit" Kerns talks with the Hook Rocks Podcast in a wide-ranging conversation about his influences, the upcoming Minefield album, the evolution of song writing, and much more. We dive into the changes in songwriting styles from the sixties to the '70s and how those changes changed the face of rock music. Todd also discu…
 
A re-casting of Nate Wilcox's interview with author Robert Gordon, discussing his book "I Can't Be Satisfied: The Life and Times of Muddy Waters." In this episode, Robert and Nate discuss the epic life story of perhaps the most iconic American bluesman of all, from Muddy's beginnings at the Stovall Plantation in the Mississippi Delta, his first rec…
 
Jerry loves virtual reality porn, Joseph describes a recent DMT trip, and then the boys gush over an insanely great Faith No More album! Please visit us at http://thegrungepodcast.com. Also, find us on all social media platforms, as well as our Patreon page at http://patreon.com/thegrunge. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts…
 
Goldmine Podcast's Record Store Recon talks with anonymous reporter Dr. Disc about his "virtual" visit to Waterloo Records in Austin, TX. Listen to this podcast episode and find out more about this spacious record store, rated the best in the magical music city of Austin, and the store's top-notch website. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Our first episode digging into the deeper, darker side of electronic music, we listen to a handful of tracks from UK producer Andy Stott. Leveraging a slew of genres from industrial and ambient to Detroit techno and deep house, Stott's adventurous and experimental sound keeps the listener on her toes throughout his varied and wide-ranging discograp…
 
The hottest tracks from my podcast in 2019. Free: https://bit.ly/ClubKerry I never got around to mixing the annual end of year mix and it's still hot! Look for the 2020 mix next. #VocalHouse #ProgressiveHouse #MelodicHouse #DeepHouse #ClubKerryNYC Celebrating the 13th Anniversary in January 2021. Thanks to the millions of listeners across the world…
 
Two Tone Records. The brains behind the 2nd wave of Ska. A label and music that burned bright and faded quickly. But, the impact of Two Tone Records and the 2nd Wave of Ska is still felt today in Rock and Roll. Jerry Dammers was the brain behind the label and really the catalyst that brought the 2nd Wave of Ska to the forefront of the Punk/Post Pun…
 
Sean Hurwitz has been crushing two massive gigs for quite some time now as guitarist for Smash Mouth and Enrique Iglesias. Learn how this Career Musician has held on to the gigs that have allowed him to find stability in an ever changing industry. Nomad also speaks with his friend Sean about Sean's YouTube Channel called Live Your Music Dreams. htt…
 
Jerry makes his triumphant return after his near-death experience and hospital stay. He tells the whole tale, and the guys get to listen to one of the greatest albums in all of Rock/Metal history. Please visit us at http://thegrungepodcast.com. Also, find us on all social media platforms, as well as our Patreon page at http://patreon.com/thegrunge.…
 
This week Tom & Zeus welcome the amazing Anthrax drummer, Charlie Benante & AEW Wrestling Superstar & Fozzy lead singer, Chris Jericho returns for KISS Draft IX, the Setlist Draft! The guys each draft 15 songs that they want as their setlist in their KISS live concert, fantasy draft style. The returning SIOL KISS Draft Champion, Jericho returns and…
 
Elijah Wald makes the case for the role of the Beatles (and other leading musicians of their generation like Bob Dylan and the Beach Boys) in inadvertently ending the process of synthesis and cross-pollination that led to the evolution of rock and roll. Let It Roll is Proud to be a part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.…
 
Dale Crover joins us. You may remember him from one of his many bands: The Melvins, Altamont, Redd Kross, or maybe The Dale Crover Band, who are releasing a new album. If you’re not familiar with Dale’s solo music, it’s definitely a separate entity from The Melvins. But Dale tells some great stories about Gene Simmons & KISS, meeting Buzz, playing …
 
In episode four I talk about The Pretender with musicians Kyle Cox and Dana Cox, who are also my cousin and my dad respectively. The Pretender is Kyle’s favorite Jackson Browne album, and that record was my dad’s intro to Jackson’s music when it came out. For that reason, I knew going in that I wanted to talk to my family about this one. After a br…
 
Do you love Hawkwind and wish to expand your knowledge of the band? Or perhaps you are a newbie and want to begin your journey into Hawkwind's Space Rock galaxy? Maybe you are a Motörhead fan who wants to learn about bassist "Lemmy" Kilmister's Hawkwind roots (after all, the name Motörhead is from a Hawkwind song). Either way, Dave Thompson's The E…
 
Our cover photo boy this week is Swedish Egil The jock from KROQ in Los Angeles kicks off our countdown with a song that time has forgotten, 'Erotic Egil'. Time has forgotten it because it is nowhere to be found. Fortunately, most of the songs played back then are still around and ready to be dissected. We jump right in to the year that was 1984 an…
 
Boogie Times Records is the shop from which Suburban Base Records emerged. And the man who was notoriously behind the counter and also a Suburban Base recording artist sits down with Danny in this week's episode! Winston aka Run Tings was the face everyone knew when they walked into Boogie Times Record Store. Danny talks to him about that period an…
 
I'll happily go out on a limb and say Deep Purple was THE hard rock band of the '70's. They could shift from monster guitar riffs to complex classical-influenced passages to outright improvised jams-- all within one song. Built around a trio of top-of-their-game players (guitar, organ & drums), with a series of distinctive, powerful singers & bassi…
 
ABOUT STEVE HACKETT: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Steve Hackett is renowned as an immensely talented and innovative rock musician. He was lead guitarist with Genesis as part of their classic line up that included Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, who produced six acclaimed studio albums and an EP during Steve's ten…
 
Son of a Folk Tuba player and raised in the Baptist church, his life was a rollercoaster between the bible and the blues. At the age of 9, he started preaching sermons at his local church and singing hymns. After hearing a bottleneck guitar playing blues musician, he changed his focus from God and switched it to guitar. At a house folic in Lyon, MS…
 
Author Peter Ames Carlin joins Joe & Kristen to discuss the Rock Hall potential of bluesy swamp rock band Little Feat. Peter also talks up his new book Sonic Boom, which chronicles the rise and dominance of Warner Bros. Records during the reign of legendary executive (and Rock Hall inductee himself) Mo Ostin. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Eddie's career takes off... and so does the controversy. Join us for part II of our Heavy HItters episode on one of rock's greatest guitar players. TJ II recounts Van Halen's rise to fame, excess, and all the trials of a budding music career. We even take a detour to share those offbeat cuts that you may have missed on the first go-round. Throw in …
 
Rock N Roll as the First Draft Of History We begin in the midwest college town of Kent, Ohio, in the late spring of 1970. We’ll meet three future rockers--students at Kent State University, barely out of their teens--who will be changed forever by what they witness. We’ll check in on Motown, where the fluffy pop “Sound of Young America” is still al…
 
Frank Sgambellone has been a professional live sound engineer for 30 years. Currently working for Clair Global and Luke Bryan, he has toured with Godsmack, Sevendust, Beastie Boys, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, and many more! He has worked for the biggest bands, at the biggest shows, and he talks to Mistress Carrie about putting together great live…
 
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