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Best Lcd Soundsystem podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Lcd Soundsystem podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Jess Van Ness (JVN) is a rising artist in the underground electronic music scene and achieved #1 Local Artist (#3 Regional) on Reverb Nation. Since JVN started as a Trance Dj back in 1999, has expanded his musical capabilities over time playing genres such as Tech House, Melodic Techno, Progressive, Breaks, Tribal, Deep House, Afro House, Minimal & Electro to name a few. Jess likes to paint stories with music and take listeners on an emotional journey with ever changing sonic textures. Much ...
 
While music continues to diversify and evolve, Clash endeavours to represent the crossover appeal of different styles and sounds. We feature the best new and emerging bands alongside established and popular acts and legends of the industry across our multiple media platforms - magazine and online; and through live events.http://www.clashmusic.com
 
Justin Paul is an acclaimed DJ, producer and creator of the Playloop music brand. JP is booked to play at some of the nations most elite clubs, festivals, and shows alongside the likes of Air, Bassnectar, Deadmau5, LCD Soundsystem, Orbital, Prodigy, Rusko, Thievery Corporation and Zero 7 to name a few. For the latest info check out http://www.justinpaul.com
 
Episode 27:the Barrens, the Fiery Furnaces, the Vaselines, Soundgarden, Jonathan Fire Eater, Interpol, Nat Brower and the Power, Mudhoney, My Chemical Romance, Pearl Jam, A1 People, Dr. Skinnybones, Joy Sisters, Highway Gimps, Second Hand Coke, R.E.M., Nina Hagen, I Fight Dragons, MUSE, Weezer, Mazzy Star, Windmill, XTC, A Black Tie Affair, Daughtry, DJ Deadfish, Ace of Base, Slayer, Early Man, MAME, Rabato, Smashing Pumpkins, Thinktankok, VHS or Beta, Rival Schools, Scharling, Morning Fuzz, ...
 
The Radio Ga Ga Podcast is a weekly album review podcast that explores why we like the music we like. Host Justine Piehowski dives into each album in depth, with artist backgrounds, song-by-song meanings, and notes from the recording studio. The goal of the Radio Ga Ga Podcast is to help you as the listener feel more knowledgeable and connected to the music you love, and maybe even music you didn't know you would. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. https://radiogagapodcast.com/
 
Damn Stubborn Radio is a compilation of music mixes produced by CLAKSAARB with genres ranging from House, EDM, Hip Hop, Rap, Trap, Twerk, Rock, Alternative, & Pop, and includes music & influences from artists such as 2 Chainz, A-Trak, AC Slater, Afrojack, Angger Dimas, Armand Van Helden, Axwell, Baauer, Bad Boy Bill, Bart B More, Beck, Benny Benassi, Beyonce, Billy Idol, Bingo Players, Black Eyed Peas, Black Sheep, Blaqstarr, Bloc Party, Boys Noize, Bro Safari, Busy P, Calvin Harris, Cascada ...
 
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They say you should never meet your idols, that you’ll only be disappointed. We had this possibility in mind going into our first interview with Carly Rae Jepsen, the pop star who inspired us to start our podcast Switched on Pop when Nate taught “Call Me Maybe” as a case study in music theory. Six years later and hundreds of pleading emails later, …
 
First off, FUCK COVID-19! A lot of us are isolated and frustrated with the whole situation. From the overwhelming stupidity and selfishness of others, to our personal battles and tragic losses. There is also a certain irony of being tormented in our own homes when there are many in the world that are facing much dire consequences. While we enjoy fo…
 
Lo-Fi hip-hop has emerged as a hugely popular genre and internet subculture. Its millions of loyal fans rely on curated lo-fi playlists and live-streams to write to, study to and even fall asleep to. Heck, we even wrote a good chunk of our book to Spotify’s lo-fi beats playlists. There’s just something about those ambient, spacey, plodding beats th…
 
It’s easy to look at Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz and not take him seriously. It seems like 1990-era MTV created him in a lab. But there's more to him, and "August and Everything After," than it seems. In this episode, we're highlighting the Counting Crows biggest hits, the time the mayor of Omaha offered Duritz the key to the city, and the …
 
Like many events, the international song competition Eurovision 2020 has been canceled. Sadly, there will be no champion crowned this year... or will there?! Charlie and Nate comb through the emotional, the catchy, and the downright bizarre entries, then—with some help from our audience and 2018 Eurovision winner Netta—pick the best song in all the…
 
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When BBC America reached out to do a piece about the music of Killing Eve, we jumped at the opportunity. The series antagonist, Villanelle, is an unpredictable assassin. On a dime she shifts from cold and calculating to child-like and jocular. Her personality swings are accompanied by a captivating psychedelic pop soundtrack. Whether you are famili…
 
In this episode, we’re exploring why all the music we hear in the "James Bond" film franchise sounds so undeniably "Bond." Some of these songs were written nearly 40 years apart, yet musically, we immediately associate all of them with 007. I unpack the music theory behind the "Bond sound" and all the musical motifs and chord progressions that have…
 
It's a catch-all check in episode this week as I address Scientology, my beard change, the Pentagon's alien videos, some takeaways as quarantine winds down, and more. Check it out on Spotify or YouTube. Enjoy! This is a Transmission from the Habitat. Do me a solid and like & subscribe. visit patreon.com/tfth and consider becoming a Patron. #fucksci…
 
"Dummy" is one of the defining records of the trip-hop genre, and one of the most unique albums we've covered here. We'll talk about all the elements that defined their otherworldly sound, the film Portishead made to "introduce" the band, and how the band got creative before there was such a thing as ProTools. I also talk to The Syndicate's Jon Lan…
 
Since 1996, Fiona Apple has only ever had one hit, “Criminal.” Nonetheless, every album she’s released has been nominated for a Grammy. Her newest work, Fetch The Bolt Cutters, has received near universal acclaim. Apple’s songs are simultaneously idiosyncratic and relatable, tackling unusual themes for pop songs: middle school bullies, uncomfortabl…
 
welcome everyone - how are you... Do ya need a haircut Are you unemployed Have you been to an opened restaurant are you loving quarantine Do you work better alone Have you watched at least 3 hours of Netflix each day for most of this past month Do you wish you were not an essential worker Are you angry at face masks Have you felt odd in public whil…
 
Welcome to Solitude. Inspired by the emotional rollercoaster of the pandemic, this set will take you on a dark journey of deep house, progressive trance, acid breaks, and electro beats. Get ready for the last half of the set as it blasts off! Big thanks to Pablo & Clay for title inspiration....No thanks to Apple as Catalina has been a nightmare for…
 
Doja Cat has gatecrashed the Top 40 with her effervescent hit “Say So.” How did this Internet personality best known for a song whose chorus is “B***h, I’m a cow!” join the ranks of Dua Lipa, Drake, and The Weeknd? The answer involves a voice that careens from gentle soul to fierce rapping, a catchy chorus that grabs you from the first measure, and…
 
Album of the Day: "Tasty Jams" by Cherry Mantis This episode of Album of the Day features "Tasty Jams" by Cherry Mantis. Which album should I do next? Message me on Instagram @michaelbastonpod, and enjoy! Cherry Mantis "Clear" https://youtu.be/rbdqUbKHZUw This is a Transmission from the Habitat. Like & subscribe! visit patreon.com.tfth…
 
Great episode this week with some follow-up on last week's show, my recent deep dive in to World War II history, pertinent thoughts about the virus's origin, and the premiere of a brand new daily segment! More on that later. link to this episode: linktr.ee/mbaston This is a Transmission from the Habitat. Like & subscribe! visit patreon.com/tfth to …
 
A lot of people miss the old Kanye. The last time we reviewed his music was back in 2016 when he released the work-in-progress album “The Life Of Pablo.” Since then, Kanye has put out four albums: Ye, Kids See Ghost (with Kid Cudi), Jesus Is King, and Jesus Is Born (with the Sunday Service Choir). In the same period he’s also caused a media ruckus …
 
Leon Bridges' music reflects a vintage quietness; an articulation of raw feelings of love and heartbreak that we've all felt, but rarely find the words for. On "Good Thing," he breaks away from the golden age soul comparisons to Sam Cooke to find a voice that's all his own. We also discuss the Grammys, Fort Worth, beauty in simplicity, and how a pa…
 
In this episode I bring you a guide to my content diet over the past week: SNL, Bob Dylan, New Hollywood movies, R. Kelly, Bernie, and more. Watch on YouTube or listen on Spotify. Check out the new bonus episode of "mind the tambourine" featuring Henry the Archer: https://youtu.be/M7MDIW6UfGw This is a Transmission from the Habitat. Visit patreon.c…
 
In Part II, we break down Side 2 of Black Sabbath's second studio album, with "Electric Funeral," "Hand of Doom," "Rat Salad" and "Fairies Wear Boots." We also get into some debaucherous tales of Sabbath on the road, Ozzy's solo career and subsequent Sabbath reunions, the invention of the devil horn hand gesture, and the embarrassing stage gaffe pa…
 
The band 5 Seconds Of Summer have just released their fourth studio album, Calm. Lead vocalist Luke Hemmings and bassist Calum Hood join us to talk about some of Australia’s biggest hits. In the first half of our conversation we discuss the catchy rhythms and vocals in Tame Impala’s song “Borderline,” a song driven more by vibe than conventional st…
 
Scandal and intrigue surround Joe Exotic, the central character of the new Netflix documentary Tiger King. Among the many bizarre traits of this zoo keeper, Exotic tries his hand at country music. Interspersed throughout the series, Joe sings about his love of big cats as well as his hatred for his nemesis in a gruesome murder ballad. But it turns …
 
In the year 2000, D'Angelo released Voodoo—with some help from Questlove, Angie Stone, Raphael Saadiq, and a band of jazz veterans—an album that has cast a long shadow with its unique sound of stripped-down soul, Faith Pennick, who literally wrote the book on the record, joins to break how D'Angelo broke the "shiny suit" regime of R&B, explore how …
 
Heavy hitter episode! Black Sabbath is one of the most influential bands of all time and the originator of the metal genre. In Part I of our series, we break down Side 1 of the band's second studio album, "Paranoid," diving deep into "War Pigs," "Paranoid," "Planet Caravan" and "Iron Man." Also, a music theory refresher on the tritone or “devil’s i…
 
With Nate’s birthday around the corner, it’s time to admit that our go-to birthday song is actually the worst to sing to someone. There are reasons both musicological and cultural why this wooden celebratory number needs to go, ranging from funereal rhythms to Wagnerian opera to the Wizard of Oz. Tune in to uncover the horror of “Happy Birthday” an…
 
This episode covers developments on the virus outbreak, including exactly what is and isn't being done by the Fed and the government. I talk about my quarantine, and I share a story of my friend who contracted the virus this month. There is valuable information within her story. Enjoy this episode, and help stop the spread by staying inside. show l…
 
My guest this week is the great @jonworthymusic from Nashville, TN. Jon stopped by the Habitat as his band's tour was being steadily interrupted by the Coronavirus outbreak. In this episode we hear a first-hand account of what it's like to have your life turned around by this new outside force. We also talk about Jon's experience on the road in the…
 
Latin Trap megastar Bad Bunny may be best known to American audiences for his feature on Cardi B’s #1 “I Like It’, but the Puerto Rican native is known to music-lovers worldwide for more than just those few bars. Bunny started off as a student in Universidad de Puerto Rico studying audio visual communications. He was bagging groceries at a supermar…
 
Gone are the days of a clear dividing line between “mainstream pop” and “conscious” music. Many of the world’s highest-grossing pop stars are climbing the charts with lyrics that seem to get right at the very weight of human existence. They’re tackling climate change, and drug addiction, crippling anxiety, inequality, sexism and racism. It’s a fasc…
 
This week, Charlie talks to Lauv, the singer, songwriter and producer behind unfailingly catchy tracks such as “Mean It” and “I Like Me Better.” Lauv’s a master at making the sad feel fun—masking themes of anxiety and betrayal with upbeat, percussive production. He even does a bit of the opposite, too, by infusing his joyful songs with vulnerabilit…
 
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