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Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode features an artist discussing a song of theirs, breaking down the sounds and ideas that went into the writing and recording. Hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway.
 
Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)
 
Senior director of Billboard charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard deputy editor, digital Katie Atkinson offer weekly Billboard chart breakdowns, discuss the hottest music news and cover the year’s biggest musical events. Casual pop fans, chart junkies and everyone in between are invited to this weekly half-hour discussion.
 
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2019, Songlines magazine covers the world's most exciting music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, featuring artists from all around the globe. Songlines is packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to particular world music traditions, concert-listings, travel stories and every issue comes with an exclusive compilation CD.
 
Music Business Worldwide (MBW) is the leading information and jobs service for the global music industry. The MBW Podcast profiles some of the brightest sparks – and most successful executives – working in the global business today. Recent interviews include: Kerry Trainor, CEO of SoundCloud; Steve Stoute, CEO of Google-backed UnitedMasters; Milana Rabkin Lewis, CEO of $12m-backed Stem; Daniel Glass, CEO of Glassnote Records; and Justin Tranter, songwriter for artists like Selena Gomez, Fift ...
 
The Music Life is an exploration of what it means to be a contemporary maker of music during what could be considered 'the wild west' era of the music industry. This exploration is done through conversations with a diverse array of working music artists, producers, and industry professionals. There are many questions to be asked and stories to be told. The podcast is hosted and produced by two working musicians and record producers, Louis Abramson & Joey Secchiaroli. Both have spent the bett ...
 
Composers Datebook™ is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present, with appropriate and accessible music related to each.
 
Build your career as a sound engineer. The podcast for live audio professionals. Interviews with the leading innovators in concert, theatre, and corporate production. Submit your questions: http://buff.ly/Nwpsf0 Nathan Lively is a Career Coach for Audio Professionals, Podcast Consultant for Small Businesses, and Author.
 
The podcast about people who make cool music! BEYOND SYNTH is the best synth music chat show there is. Featuring artists and producers who make synthwave/new-retro/electronic music and much more!! We talk Music, games, movies, the 80s, and lots more while I play samples of the guests music.
 
Live From Music City is directed to singers/musicians who have achieved at least mid-level entry points in their careers. We try to help the artists define the steps they need to take to advance their careers. * We'll discuss a variety of topics through commentary and with guests to showcase their roles within the performing and recording industry. We'll also focus on the music business from the perspective of service to the artist, as well as how the artist can achieve the next levels of su ...
 
Successful music industry experts share their secrets, insights and strategies on how to establish a career and monetize your passion within the music business. Whether you're an aspiring performer, songwriter, manager, promoter, indie label, studio owner or music entrepreneur, every episode of music business facts will give you the industry truths on how best to succeed in the music industry.
 
Welcome to How To Write A Tune, the only podcast that looks into the hearts, minds and souls of musicians and try to find an answer to the age old question; How do you write a tune? To add this podcast to your Podcast app please paste the following link into your podcast manual feed: http://h2wat.libsyn.com/rss
 
Professional musician and educator Demian Arriaga created these 12-15min podcasts with the purpose of Motivating, Inspiring, Challenging, and Empowering young musicians, and people from all walks of life, through opinions, anecdotes and interviews. Some of his credits include: The Jonas Brothers, Richie Kotzen, Gary Cherone, Nick Jonas, Iggy Azalea, Streetlight Manifesto, Yordano, Victoria Justice and Cobra Starship among others. Demian proudly endorses: Zildjian, Vater, Ultimate Ears, Latin ...
 
Random topic + Random music genre = Song salad. Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music. Can they successfully create a song using both? Can we be a little looser with the word "successfully"?
 
Dale Speaking is a music company in Toronto, Ontario who's motto is 'We connect artists with audiences.' 'Radio Dale' features Dale, Amber, Roo and India as we look at music news, trends, musicians and the industry. The first part of each show looks at music in the past week, and the second part we focus on a subject, feature an interview, or hold a round table about a topic we've been pondering! We hope each episode gives musicians and music fans alike new insight into the Canadian music in ...
 
Two passionate audio engineering nerds --- Kush Audio gear designer and avowed analog snob Gregory Scott, and ITB mixing pro Nathan Daniel --- crack themselves up while answering listeners' questions about everything from gear and plugins, to the psychology of mixing, to what makes a song grab the listener's ears and heart and how to get more of it into your productions. Whether you mix professionally on a 9000J or in your bedroom on Cubase, these ballbusting fanatics of sound will spark you ...
 
Talk Music Talk is a weekly interview podcast hosted by singer-songwriter/author, boice-Terrel Allen. It features long-form discussions with singers, songwriters, authors, producers and others who are connected to music of all genres. Talk Music Talk isn't only about people who make music or write about music, it also gives voice to the behind-the-scenes players. Tune in every week to discover people whose lives range from music therapy and meditation to teaching and performing. Talk Music T ...
 
Now Hear This Entertainment features interviews with guests who are having success in the entertainment business, with the content presented in a way that not only entertains fans of that guest and fans of good music interviews in general, but in a manner that educates musicians, singers, songwriters – entertainers who want to learn from those who are being interviewed each week by Bruce Wawrzyniak, president of Now Hear This, Inc. The guests come from a wide array of genres and locales.
 
A six part series about Irish Experimental Music. Ireland is home to a variety of underground music scenes, from electro acoustic, to new music to noise to free improv. I've interviewed dozens of Irish experimental musicians who are pushing the boundaries of what music is and can be. This series takes you on a tour of the fringes of music, and introduces you to a world of new sounds. It focuses in particular on circuit bending, chiptune, electroacoustic and collaborative music.
 
Kinda Neat is a music discovery platform where you might find your new favorite rapper, singer, beatmaker, or pop star. Host, Lee Shaner (aka Intuition), is one of the earliest music podcasters having started his first music podcast over a decade ago in 2011. KN has been the first podcast / YT channel to break artists like Kali Uchis, Ghostemane, J.I.D., and so many others. Tune in for an in-depth look into each artist's journey and the common themes that make people pursue careers in music.
 
For older and missing episodes go to https://iowamusicshowcase.bandcamp.com/ The Iowa Music Showcase is just what the name says, a showcase for Iowa music. But it is a showcase for ALL of Iowa’s music, regardless of style, genre, decade, popularity, or location. For the purposes of this webiste and occasional podcast, I am defining Iowa music as music made by a band or artist that was based in Iowa at the time of the recording. Each week, the blog post will feature some source - like a websi ...
 
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Synopsis In the 1920s, the German composer Paul Hindemith wrote a set of seven concertos, which he collectively titled: “Kammermusik” or “Chamber Music.” This generic title was part of Hindemith’s goal to foster a more “objective” musical style, modeled on 18th century composers like J.S. Bach. Hindemith’s “Kammermusik” No. 4, a work for solo violi…
 
NPR Music's picks for the best albums out this week include new ones from R&B singer Anthony Hamilton, a Sufjan Stevens collaboration with Angelo De Augustine, country singer Mickey Guyton and more. Featured Albums: 1. Anthony Hamilton — Love is the New Black Featured Song: "Love Is The New Black" 2. Sufjan Stevens & Angelo De Augustine — A Beginne…
 
hour one:"crepuscule with nellie" (live) john coltrane w/thelonious monk"crash 45 rpm" cdc versus carnival orcharnitestra"elegy for mother of glass" versus"something of your own" neil turpin"burn the welcome mat" black humor"forca" vermes do limbo"dap" p cain"deep blues" bomis prendin"mavis" orsohour two:"une fleuve maudit year at a glance" aimyþyh…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1947, the German composer Hans Eisler, who had been living in the United States since 1938, was called to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. This was some years before Joseph McCarthy headed the investigations, but one member of the committee was a first-term Californian congressman by the name…
 
Will Ackerman, Jeff Oster & Tom Eaton: The Echoes Interview Clockwise from top Left: Will Ackerman, John Diliberto, Tom Eaton, Jeff Oster Guitarist Will Ackerman, founder of Windham Hill Records, horn player Jeff Oster and multi-instrumentalist Tom Eaton have gotten together on an album that might remind you of the halcyon days of Windham Hill. It’…
 
The Beyond Synth Family return for another 90’s Billboard review. In this episode Andy, Florence, Marko, and Mike dive into 1992, the year that gave us hits from Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Boyz II Men. It also gave us Kris Kross. If you like what you’re hearing you can support Beyond Synth on Patreon: www.patreon.com/beyondsynth or PayPal: www.p…
 
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new songs of the week, including a new one from the Leeds rock band alt-J, Swedish singer-songwriter Loney Dear, Amythyst Kiah and more. Featured Artists And Songs: 1. alt-J: "U&ME," from The Dream 2. Hyd: "Skin 2 Skin," from Hyd (EP) 3. Amythyst Kiah: "Black Myself (Moby Remix)" (Single) 4. …
 
When I was a teenager in eastern Pennsylvania in the 1960s, I was a dedicated reader of Sing Out! I couldn't always afford to buy a copy, but the music store where took guitar lessons let me read each new issue as I waited for my bus ride home. I also lived on the Reprints from Sing Out!, and usually bought those when they came out. They helped me …
 
Joining Mike for this week’s podcast is Raine Maida. Of course, Canadian alt rock fans know Raine as the frontman for multi-platinum-selling band Our Lady Peace, but that is not the reason he joined the show. Instead, Raine is also heavily involved in the world of music business-focused technology, including being the Chief Product Officers for S!N…
 
our one:"ruby, my dear" john coltrane w/thelonious monk"next to me" andrew klimeyk"bleach mold" andrew klimeyk"there's gonna be a party when you die" the emperors of ice cream"am I going to die from this?" toy mango"unrelate" patrick irish"will to power" springtime"disforme" vermes do limbo"luide schoenen" graf"horny ewe" up around the sun"muskellu…
 
She just won Artist of the Year for CMA of Texas as this episode was being released. A singer, songwriter, guitar player who has a brand new, full-length album in the works, she has already gotten a top ten song in Belgium. She's from Texas, lives in Nashville, and performed three times at the Lake Martin Songwriters Festival last month in Alabama,…
 
Synopsis Today we celebrate the birthday of Leonardo Balada, an American composer born in Barcelona on today’s date in 1933. After studying at the Barcelona Conservatory, the 20-something composer came to New York on a musical scholarship. Balada recalls his arrival as both a cultural and climatic shock: “When I landed in New York – on a freezing d…
 
hour one:"naima" (live at juan les pins, antibes, july 27, 1965) john coltrane"summer without waves" mike cooper"new gamelan" mike cooper"just beyond the door 2 - gtr sqzn" bomis prendin"ah!" vermes do limbo"fall and decline - I. but after six years" gregory w. brown"bird flight" (part 3 of 3) chris gregory"worry" samuel locke ward"we shall not spe…
 
Synopsis “Are people still writing concertos for harpsichord?” you ask. Well, today, we have an answer, which is “Yes!” On today’s date in 2002, this new Concerto for Harpsichord and Chamber Orchestra by Philip Glass had its premiere performance at Benaroya Hall in Seattle. Glass was asked to write a new Harpsichord Concerto for the Northwest Chamb…
 
Etta James is ready for love (and other things), and we're ready to listen to her sing about it in "Something's Got a Hold On Me." All that, plus Xtina, palimpsests, and songs that make you feel cute. Our intro is by Laura Barger and Jack Baldelli, and our outro is by Sarah's true beloved, Def Jef. To contact us or buy our books, visit MarkAndSarah…
 
hour one:"in a sentimental mood" john coltrane"inside" john p strohm"counting backwards" john p strohm"derrete" vermes do limbo"both - part 8 of 8" bill nace"walking in the parlor" up around the sun"bird flight" (part 2 of 3) chris gregory"cuticle canticle" mold omen"questions" bomis prendin"this american lie" john p strohmhour two:"out there" blak…
 
Synopsis When we think of Russian music in Paris, the name Sergei Diaghilev comes first to mind. In the early years of the 20th century, that famous Russian impresario saw to it that not only the new music of Stravinsky was performed in the French capital, but also a historical panorama of earlier Russian works, including Mussorgsky’s opera, “Boris…
 
Synopsis During his later years, the German composer Johannes Brahms was a frequent visitor to the town of Meiningen, where the Grand Duke had a fine orchestra that gave stellar performances of Brahms’ music. Early in 1891, Brahms heard one member of that orchestra, the clarinetist Richard Mülhfeld, perform chamber works by Mozart and Weber. Brahms…
 
hour one:"ascension" (quartet version - live at juan les pins, antibes, july 27, 1965) john coltrane"barefoot kicker" dreadnaught"fry doe" bob lord"bird flight" (part 1 of 3) chris gregory"suga" vermes do limbo"night crawler" le flange du mal"tonal recall" bomis prendin"both - part 7 of 8" bill nace"just ask yourself" bnol"neo-hippies" black humor"…
 
Synopsis The American composer Virgil Thomson was fond of writing what he called “portraits” –musical sketches of people he knew. When asked how he did this, Thomson replied: “I just look at you and I write down what I hear.” One of these works – a portrait in disguise – premiered on today’s date in 1954 at the Venice Festival in Italy. Identified …
 
The debut album from singer and rapper Lil Nas X tops our list of the week's best releases, along with the 25th anniversary of Buena Vista Social Club, new ones from José González, Carly Pearce and more. Featured Albums: 1. Lil Nas X — Montero Featured Song: "Dead Right Now" 2. Carly Pearce — 29: Written In Stone Featured Song: "Diamondback" 3. Cha…
 
hour one:"a love supreme - part 2 - resolution" (breakdown) john coltrane"fucking in the grove" vernal pool"hirsuute" lil sexer"55°n, 5°e" vanishing"can you live without me?" bnol"paperdoll" vile creature"both - part 6 of 8" bill nace"atlantico" vermes do limbo"anthema briefa" bomis prendin"graal" succumb"the best of the only" lil sexerhour two:"th…
 
Synopsis In 1871, one year after the premiere in Munich of Richard Wagner’s opera “Die Walküre,” a German-born American conductor named Theodore Thomas wrote Wagner asking if he might perform excerpts of this new work in the United States. Wagner turned him down, worried that loose American copyright laws might not protect his new music. Undeterred…
 
Philosophical Electronics: Chronotope Project in Echoes Podcast Jeffrey Ericson Allen talks about his spacious ambient music under the name Chronotope Project. A cellist who has added electronics to his work, he tends toward the mystical and cosmic. His latest album, Gnosis is the Echoes CD of the Month for September.. Allen uses ambient soundscape…
 
Synopsis There’s a book entitled “Great Operatic Disasters” which chronicles the sometime humorous – and sometimes harrowing – mishaps that have befallen opera singers and productions over the last few centuries. According to that book, September 16th seems to have been a particularly unlucky day. Consider that on today’s date in 1782, the Italian …
 
A singer, songwriter, guitar player from Alabama who these days lives in Nashville. His list of accolades and awards includes Top 10 national songwriter recognition by Taylor Guitars and HoriPro Entertainment Group, songs recorded by over 40 country music artists, Billboard charting releases, and most recently, a No. 1 country song in Belgium. In a…
 
On this week’s program, we celebrate my very favorite season, autumn, with a collection of classic and recent recordings which bring to mind falling leaves and cooler temperatures. We'll hear music from Ranchwriters, Judy Collins, Joni Mitchell, Martin Simpson, The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc and many more. Grab some cider and spice cookies and enjoy some…
 
Joining Mike for a wide-ranging chat on this week’s episode is chart-topping producer and engineer Scott Cooke, who is also the head of a fairly new Canadian record label, Local Hay. Together with his friend and country star Dallas Smith, Cooke launched the label in 2019 as a joint venture with American label Big Loud Records. In this interview, Sc…
 
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite tracks of the week, including the Tiny Desk Contest-winning song from the singer, Neffy, new ones from Snail Mail, My Morning Jacket and more. Featured Songs And Artists: 1. Neffy: "Wait Up" (Single) 2. Aisha Badru: "Rebirth," from The Way Back Home EP 3. Lily Konigsberg: "Sweat Forever," fro…
 
hour one:"syeeda's song flute" john coltrane"lacy disbelieving" bo white"ulama con marta" bo white"some light comes through the window" (excerpt) forbes graham and victoria shen"feet first" p cain"both - part 5 of 8" bill nace"head flexing" bomis prendin"mau lit" graf"1bu" vermes do limbo"do you like mush?" headboggle"going back to hamburg" up arou…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1946, at the Yaddo Music Festival in Saratoga Springs, New York, the Walden Quartet gave the first professional performance of the String Quartet No. 2 by the American composer Charles Ives. Ives’ String Quartet No. 1 was his first major work – its manuscript is dated 1896, back when Ives was a 21-year old student at Yal…
 
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