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Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.
 
Kyle Meredith With... is an interview series in which WFPK's Kyle Meredith speaks to a wide breadth of musicians. Meredith digs deep into the artist's work to find out how the music is made and where their journey is going, from legendary artists like Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, U2, and Bryan Ferry, to the newer class of The National, St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys, Haim, and Father John Misty.
 
If you found our show here and wonder why there are no new episodes, well it's cause we are over at Podbean now. So come listen either there, Spotify, iTunes, Sticher, Google Play, YouTube, New Grounds and/or anywhere else you find Old Man Orange Podcast. Thanks. Old Man Orange is Spencer Scott Holmes and Ryan Dunigan. Two Independent Video makers/Animators talking about movies, video games, comics, life, and more. New, Old, & Somewhere Inbetween. With Special Guests too! So come on by and t ...
 
Enter The Green as we chat with some of the biggest names in music, film, comedy and more from Australia and abroad. This isn't your standard six-minute radio promo plug. The Green Room podcasts features in-depth conversations, personal and private stories that will make you laugh and cry and everything in between. Consider The Green Room the ultimate heart-to-heart conversation for the ultimate fan. Previous guests include Metallica, Mark Ronson, Mark Hoppus (blink-182), Jamie Lee Curtis, R ...
 
Rob and Gareth from Knife Party / Pendulum's brand new podcast. Bringing you new music, old music, guest artists, vital discussions and hard-hitting facts about serious EDM issues! ...no, we don't know why we're doing it.
 
Welcome to Guitar Villains! I'm your host, Tyler Larson. Why Guitar Villains? Because villains are cooler than heroes, it’s just a fact. This is a podcast by guitar players for guitar players and over the course of this series we’ll talk to some of the most creative and innovative minds in the community about how they’ve achieved the things they have on the instrument and how you can become a better player yourself.
 
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Stop what you’re doing. If you ever wanted to hear an interview with one of the greatest guitarists ever to live; if you ever wanted to share an hour learning about the guitarist’s guitarist—a man who is equally revered by Bruce Springsteen, Slash, and Chuck D—then you need to drop what you’re doing and turn your eardrums to this interview with Tom…
 
Shawn, Cate and Summer talk new releases on another New Music Friday! Tom Morello's huge new album "The Atlas Underground" featuring tons of different bands and artists is the big one for us today. Plus, we talk new albums from Wilderado, Finneas, BLACKSTARKIDS, and more! Follow along with everything we talked about in our playlist here: https://op…
 
Tom Morello catches up with Kyle Meredith to dive into The Atlas Underground Fire, the continuation of his “sonic conspiracy” with artists that include Chris Stapleton, Phantogram, Damian Marley, and Mike Posner. In particular, the Rage Against the Machine guitarist talks about covering AC/DC’s "Highway To Hell" with Eddie Vedder and Bruce Springst…
 
The name Tom Morello needs very little introduction: undeniably one of the most influential and engaging musicians of all time, Morello’s prolific output as a solo artist, collaborator and band member with Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, Prophets of Rage and beyond has cemented him as one of the true GOATs in the musical realms. Alongside his…
 
This episode starts with Stryker detailing his departure from KROQ and the circumstances that lead to his calling it quits after 22 years. Tom Morello joins Stryker to discuss his new album, The Atlas Underground Fire. In this Tom Morello interview, they also discuss his time at Harvard, his job as a juggler in The Renaissance Fair, his first rock …
 
Mike is joined by his longtime friend and fellow mischief-maker Tom Morello, co-founder of “Rage Against The Machine.” They discuss the power of artists to change the world, making art during a pandemic, and Tom’s new album, “The Atlas Underground Fire” which has an amazing, all-star list of collaborators including Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder, …
 
Before The Record Company joins in, Stryker is enthused over his giant boxers and xxxl T Shirt from Target while bursting with joy as he is about to head to Vegas to see System of a Down. In this episode, Ted Stryker starts out with an apology to the band. Chris and Marc join the show, discuss their upbringings, early musical endeavors and their jo…
 
Steven Donziger has spent the last 800 days under house arrest with a government tracking device around his ankle. His crime? Well, Donziger is the lawyer who successfully sued the oil giant Chevron on behalf of the people of Ecuador for deliberately discharging 16 billion gallons of toxic waste in the Ecuadorian Amazon between 1964 and 1992. Donzi…
 
Jordan McGraw sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about his newest singles and how the pandemic allowed him to readjust he musical styling, leaning into his coming-of-age bands like Blink-182, Green Day, Tina Turner, and Tears for Fears. The singer/songwriter also discusses touring with The Jonas Brothers and co-writing “Her” with Nick Jonas, writ…
 
This episode starts with Stryker telling the story of the night he picked up Woody Harrrelson hitchhiking! Tom Delonge joins Stryker as they discuss Angels & Airwaves and how the new album LIFEFORMS came together...Tom opens about about operating on the fringe for such a long time and the public questioning all is professional moves, from his depar…
 
P.O.D.'s Sonny Sandoval grabs some talk time with Kyle Meredith to talk about the 20th anniversary of their 2001 album Satellite. The lead singer dives into the breakthrough success of the LP, why the song "Alive" connected with fans so much, and the young people he was thinking of with "Youth of a Nation" along with the song's parallels to the sch…
 
Mysonne is one of the most fascinating, revolutionary voices in rap music. He’s a one-time drug dealer now standing on the frontlines as an activist. A seemingly underground artist whose Funk Flex freestyles do mega-numbers. A man who reps his home harder than just about anyone while wrestling with big issues in his bars. Sounds fascinating, right?…
 
It’s been two years since a new Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes album has been unleashed into the world, but this week marks the English punk rockers’ fourth studio album, with ‘Sticky’ ready to weave some raucous beauty. Boasting an array of collaborations and plenty of stylistic wit, ‘Sticky’ came to life amid an unexpected period of quiet for th…
 
Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins catches up with Kyle Meredith to dig into the band’s new LP, Our Bande Apart, and it’s accompanying documentary, which gives a fly-on-the-wall look at the recording sessions. The frontman discusses upsetting some fans with their progressive sound, scrapping an earlier album once the pandemic hit, and finding influe…
 
Today for X1039's What's New Now, Cate talks with Chris Vos from The Record Company about their new album 'Play Loud' which is out today! Chris does a deep dive into the making of the album, what it means to the band to put it out after the last couple years, their upcoming tour, and more! Also, shout out to UPSAHL, The World Is A Beautiful Place A…
 
Forged in the ’80s over a love of American speed metal, New Zealand’s Shihad would go on to become the Land of the Long White Cloud’s most celebrated rock bands - a moniker they have time and time again lived up to over multiple decades. Comprised of a group of true innovators, Shihad’s history is lined with hard-hitting thematics, imposing riffage…
 
India Walton shocked the political world and upset the establishment by running against and defeating a four-term incumbent Democratic Mayor of Buffalo this past June in the Democratic primary. She’s a nurse, a union organizer, a single mother, and she will become the first socialist mayor of a major American city since 1960 if she wins the general…
 
KSI hops on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss All Over The Place and its many different styles of music. The YouTuber/rapper talks about recording an indie rock song with Lil Wayne, deciding the message he wants to convey in his lyrics, and being an undefinable musician. JJ also tells us about wanting to invent a persona on a future album and …
 
Lauren Mayberry catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Screen Violence, the new CHVRCHES album that finds the synthpop band using horror movies as a parallel to what was happening in their lives over the past few years. The Scottish artist discusses the darker side of fame that comes from the internet, explains the “kill your idols” lyric on "…
 
Deon Cole is a comic’s comic. His name has been dropped many times on our show and his appearance on People’s Party feels way overdue. Well... better late than never. We’re thrilled to finally have the legendary comic, Blackish and Barbershop star, and creator of the fantastic special, Cole-Hearted on set. The convo between Cole, Kweli, co-host Jas…
 
Happy October 1! We have lots to pack into this New Music Friday with new music out this week from Ghost, Ministry, Mastodon, Secondhand Sound, IDLES, and tons more! Plus, check out our studio session with Arrested Youth when they stopped by the X1039 studio. You can follow along with all the new music we talked about here: https://open.spotify.com…
 
Queen’s Roger Taylor sits down with Kyle Meredith to discuss his new solo album, Outsider, a reflective set that considers mortality, the pandemic, and the people running the world, all told through blasts of rock & roll, cinematic soundscapes, and even a little bit of bubblegum pop. The legendary drummer traces his knack for melody back to the cha…
 
Whether you know him for his blistering work in Alexisonfire, Gallows or countless other bands, Canadian heavy sovereign Wade MacNeil is undeniably a force to be reckoned with. And while his journey has been lined with glittering highs and shattering lows, MacNeil has emerged in 2021 with a new lease on life - and a new album, with the debut self-t…
 
Congress could be on the verge of passing a historic investment in America's human and physical infrastructure not seen since the 1930's. The overwhelming majority of the Democratic caucus is behind it, the majority of Americans in countless opinion polls support it and it is the backbone of President Biden's domestic agenda. Yet two Democratic Sen…
 
Billy Idol catches up with Kyle Meredith to detail The Roadside EP. The legendary rocker talks about the eclectic nature of the songs, writing about his 1990 motorcycle accident in the song "Bitter Taste," and reveals that he’s already well into the process of finishing the next EP. He also talks about putting the new release out on Dhani Harrison’…
 
Jana Kramer sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about her latest single, "Voices," and her new Lifetime Original Holiday Movie, The Holiday Fix Up. The singer/actress discusses her newest track's spotlight on self-esteem and mental health, and how she finds herself in a transitional state of self-improvement. Kramer also emphasizes the importance …
 
Tom Segura has his own podcast and multiple Netflix specials. So you might think you know him and what he stands for. But this conversation with Talib Kweli — who he met while opening for Dave Chappelle — brings a new side out of the comic. In this sprawling conversation, Segura, Kweli, and Jasmin Leigh explore issues of race, dive deep on the angs…
 
It's New Music Friday! Summer and Cate talk up the new music out this week from Des Rocs, Alt-J, The Lumineers, and tons more! You can find all the music we talked about in our playlist here: Follow along with the songs we talked about here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2BrhSSLSgvXQzSdDrrTsKj Also, be sure to follow us on all social media. htt…
 
Orla Gartland sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about Woman on the Internet. The Irish songwriter discusses the reckoning and sense of self that takes center stage across the LP, rarely taking her own advice, and the abundance of bad advice across the web. Gartland also dives into her appreciation of St. Vincent’s Strange Mercy album and how it …
 
Ten years ago, Aussie rapper 360 unveiled what was described as the “hip hop event of the year”, with his game-changing second studio album ‘Falling & Flying’ changing the musical landscape. While the road between then and now has been one laced with hurdles, today 360, aka Matt Colewell, is on ‘The Green Room’ in honour of the tenth anniversary re…
 
G-Eazy sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about These Things Happen Too, an album that sequels his 2014 breakthrough. The rap artist talks about the 436 songs that were written for the project, E-40's influence, and his nostalgia for the past. He also tells us about befriending Cage The Elephant’s Matthew Shultz, who guests on a track, covering D…
 
Shirley Manson catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about season three of The Jump, the podcast that finds her speaking with some of her favorite artists about the songs that changed their careers. The Garbage lead singer discusses the art of songwriting and its current place in the pop landscape, the importance of being weird, and the opportuniti…
 
Our guest today is a wordsmith and a true son of Los Angeles. In a single decade, he dropped nine mixtapes, including classics like The 25th Hour, Future Street/ Drug Sounds, Best After Bobby, From The Westside With Love, and The Yellow Album. He’s also released eight studio albums throughout his career, including From the Westside with Love II, Ge…
 
For New Music Friday, Shawn and Cate talk up new releases from Dead Sara, Billy Idol, The War On Drugs, and many more. They also take a look at The Rolling Stones Top 500 Songs of All Time list that came out this week, and like everyone, judge it hard! Follow along with the songs we talked about here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2BrhSSLSgvXQz…
 
Debbie Gibson sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about The Body Remembers, her first album of new material in twenty years. The legendary pop star tells us of her penchant for flipping the script on her career, having spent years on in musicals and movies, and discusses the differences and similarities of pop music between the 80s and today. Gibs…
 
He’s the Aussie triple threat taking Hollywood and the world by storm. Whether you know Keiynan Lonsdale from his ‘Dance Academy’ days, his role as Kid Flash for the CW, in ‘Love Simon’ or just generally for his incredible tunes, there’s undeniably something extremely captivating about this all-round creative cauldron. Join Keiynan on ‘The Green Ro…
 
Become a member of Michael Moore's Substack here: https://www.michaelmoore.com/subscribe A full transcript of this episode will soon be available here: https://rumble.media/category/podcast/transcripts/ Watch "Fahrenheit 9/11" here: https://youtu.be/cebnlqi9RGQ?t=2282 ***** After the free screening of “Fahrenheit 9/11” to mark the 20th anniversary …
 
Glenn Hughes drops a line into Kyle Meredith With to discuss Holy Ground, his new album with The Dead Daisies. The former Deep Purple/Black Sabbath singer talks about what it's been like playing live shows post-lockdown, joining The Dead Daisies supergroup in 2019, and bringing a '70s feel to their catalog. Hughes then goes into singing about letti…
 
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