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The official podcast dedicated to Prince, the singular artist and visionary. Featuring explorations of Prince's massive discography and new discoveries from his legendary vault of unreleased recordings, each podcast episode features unforgettable anecdotes and insights from his trusted collaborators. Brought to you by The Prince Estate, which passionately presents Prince's life and work and aims to immerse fans, old and new, in Prince's story.
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Dolly Parton's America

WNYC Studios & OSM Audio

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In this intensely divided moment, one of the few things everyone still seems to agree on is Dolly Parton—but why? That simple question leads to a deeply personal, historical, and musical rethinking of one of America’s great icons. Join us for a 9-episode journey into the Dollyverse. Hosted by Jad Abumrad. Produced and reported by Shima Oliaee. Dolly Parton’s America is a production from OSM Audio and WNYC Studios.
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Ongoing History of New Music looks at things from the alt-rock universe to hip hop, from artist profiles to various thematic explorations. It is Canada’s most well known music documentary hosted by the legendary Alan Cross. Whatever the episode, you’re definitely going to learn something that you might not find anywhere else. Trust us on this.
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27 Club

iHeartPodcasts and Double Elvis

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Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and many more musical icons all died at the age of 27. Scandalous, tortured, dramatic, and incredibly talented, these artists torched a wild path to their early graves and shifted and shaped our culture along the way. 27 Club tells their stories. Season 4 of 27 Club brings you the story of Amy Winehouse. 27 Club is hosted and created by Jake Brennan, host and creator of the award-winning music and true crime podcast DISGRACELAND. 27 Club is not a jou ...
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Witnessed: 19 Days

Campside Media / Sony Music Entertainment

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Over 19 days in March of 2018, five package bombs were mysteriously placed or mailed to random locations in and around Austin, Texas — killing two people and seriously injuring another five. During these mysterious, terrifying attacks, hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world would descend on the city for the annual South by Southwest festival, prompting as many federal law enforcement to respond to these bombings as did during the Boston Marathon attacks. On the front lines ...
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When the rapper Prodigy suffered a sickle cell crisis after a Las Vegas concert in 2017, his friends didn’t think much of it at first: they were used to him getting sick. But a few days later, he died. The Realness goes behind Prodigy’s music to reveal his lifelong struggle against his own body, and how that struggle informed his lyrics and fueled his success. The Realness by Only Human is produced by WNYC Studios, a listener-supported producer of leading podcasts including Radiolab, Snap Ju ...
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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.
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Off the Record is a new in-depth music biography series that profiles the extraordinary life of an iconic artist over the course of each season. Music journalist Jordan Runtagh (People, Rolling Stone, EW and VH1) offers a revelatory look at the human behind the hits through rich, dramatic storytelling, extensive research, and interviews with those who knew them best. You know the songs, now meet the legends.
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Chameleon: The Michigan Plot

Sony Music Entertainment & Campside Media

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In the fall of 2020, 14 men were arrested across three states in a series of FBI raids that shocked the nation. The government alleged that these men conspired to kidnap, and possibly even kill, the sitting governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer. But is that really what happened? On season 7 of Chameleon, we’ll explore that notorious plot to kidnap governor Whitmer from its inception by taking listeners on an unprecedented journey inside the investigation. Through hundreds of hours of wire r ...
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Dead and Gone

Tenderfoot TV, Double Elvis & Audacy

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Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love and communal music, there is a darkness that surrounds the band. Across five decades, a string of unexplained accidents, murders and disappearances have befallen some of the band’s most dedicated fans; affectionately known as "DeadHeads." Some were last seen on their way to Grateful Dead concerts, others simply vanished or were tragically murdered while attending shows. Hosted by Payne Lindsey (Up and Vanished) and Jake Brennan (Disgracelan ...
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Jacked

Wondery | UMG

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Have you ever had a dream? Something you wanted so bad you just couldn’t let it go? For a group of kids in Harlem in the Eighties, their dreams would change pop music forever. Teddy Riley, Timmy Gatling, and Aaron Hall form a group called Guy that would fuse hip-hop and R&B and launch a new sound. By the early Nineties, the New Jack Sound dominated the pop music charts: Bell Biv Devoe, Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, and many more. But the rise of the New Jack sound would come at a cost, and not e ...
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Hip-hop emerged from the voices of the unheard. But freedom doesn't ring the same for everyone. Inside all corners of the culture, Black women and queer folk have dealt with the same oppression the music was built to escape. Season 2 of Louder Than A Riot examines who hip-hop marginalizes, and how misogynoir — the specific racist misogyny against Black women — is embedded into the fabric of the culture that we love. From Rico Nasty facing harassment from toxic fans, to Saucy Santana's unapol ...
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From the team that brought you Root of Evil and Gangster Capitalism comes Long May They Run, a groundbreaking music documentary podcast series. Season One focuses on the band Phish. There are great bands and there are great albums, but there are only a handful of artists who have sold out stadiums for decades, redefined the bond between artist and fans, influenced a way of life, and innovated an entire industry along the way. Hosted by music journalist Dean Budnick, LMTR tells the story of a ...
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More than a decade since Michael Jackson’s death, his legacy remains complicated and unresolved. Think Twice: Michael Jackson is an exploration of the King of Pop’s life and impact – and an investigation into why his global influence continues to endure, despite the disturbing allegations against him. In this ten-part series, journalists Leon Neyfakh and Jay Smooth bring you a new perspective on the Michael Jackson story, based on dozens of original interviews with people who watched it unfo ...
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Hosts Tess Barker and Babs Gray lay out everything you need to know about Britney Spears, her controversial conservatorship, and the movement of fans trying to end it. They talk to exclusive sources, examine new sides of the story, and uncover disturbing truths about our legal system that go way beyond Britney.
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Firebug

truth.media

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For ten years, a serial arsonist terrorized Southern California, burning down businesses in broad daylight. Four people were murdered. Then, a manuscript for a novel led investigators to the last person they would have ever suspected. Want the full story? Unlock all episodes of Firebug, ad-free, right now by subscribing to The Binge. Plus, get binge access to brand new stories dropping on the first of every month — that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Just click ‘Subscribe’ on the ...
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California Love is a blend of memoir, pop culture analysis and oral history. The newest season, K-pop Dreaming, is about the rise and history of K-pop in the United States, as told from the point-of-view of the Korean diaspora in Los Angeles. Host Vivian Yoon takes listeners on a journey from K-pop’s origins in Korean trot music and American presence in post-war South Korea to the 1992 LA Uprising and the booming global popularity of K-pop in the present day, all juxtaposed against Yoon’s ow ...
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Smoke Screen is an investigative documentary series on people with complex motives and morals. Follow characters on the fringes of society — con artists, cult leaders, corrupt politicians — as they seduce their marks and bend communities to their will. Join us as we unravel their stories and bring justice to the people they’ve deceived. SEASON 8: My Fugitive Dad Ashley’s Dad was her favorite person in the world. He drove fast cars and sold them for a living. He was a scratch golfer and the l ...
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Without

HyperObject Industries

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Hosted by international bestselling author and journalist Omar El Akkad, Without explores all of the things we can't imagine losing. In some cases, it’s something we’ve already lost – species, natural phenomena, places. In other cases, it’s things we should probably learn to live without, like fossil fuels or nuclear weapons. Every episode of WITHOUT is a thought experiment – what would the world look like if something we’ve become used to were no longer around? HyperObject Industries & Sony ...
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Hyphenated: Music + Identity is an audio documentary series about immigrant and second generation immigrant musicians in the EU navigating their "hyphenated" identity through their music. It's about borders and frontiers both within themselves and their music. I hope to put some light on these artists, give them space to tell their story, and to introduce you, the listener, to new music and perhaps new perspectives on the world. Created and produced by veteran music+film journalist Ron Deutsch.
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"Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" is a rockumentary podcast series that tells the greatest rock and roll stories on record. This includes the untold tales of some great hits that time forgot, but maybe you'll still remember. These programs are hosted by Radio Dave, a veteran disc jockey and published authority on rock and pop music history. He draws his "Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" stories from his "groove yard," an archive that has more music than most record libraries.
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Void Signal is a thoughtful radio show for dark music subcultures. With a focus on meeting people for who they are and being candid, host Brian Prime brings out the best in his guests. Their music, or music of their choice, helps paint a more complete portrait of the humans underneath. VoidSignal.net for more.
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This is a story about a woman who came to be known as The Horse Queen. She owned hundreds of champion quarter horses on her ranch outside the small city of Dixon, Illinois. And she was also Dixon’s treasurer/comptroller. Yet no one ever thought to ask how she could afford all of those horses on the salary of a civil servant… until the FBI raided City Hall in 2012 and Rita was arrested. For twenty years, Rita Crundwell worked hard to become the world’s largest and most successful quarter hors ...
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101 Part Time Jobs is about the gumption and elbow grease in music. Giles Bidder hosts immensely engaging conversations with a variety of musicians about the many jobs they’ve taken to ensure that the show can go on. Whether they’re casual jobs taken between tours or a full-time career that runs in tandem with their music, 101 Part Time Jobs demonstrates just how much effort, commitment and inventiveness it can take a name musician to be able to make a living. Previous guests include Self Es ...
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Chameleon: Wild Boys

Campside Media / Sony Music Entertainment

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In 2003, two half-starved brothers emerged from the wilderness, telling an incredible story of survival. A small Canadian community took them in. The only problem? The boys weren't who they said they were. Hosted by Sam Mullins. Unlock all episodes of Chameleon: Wild Boys ad-free right now by subscribing to The Binge - All Episodes. All at Once. Plus, you’ll unlock brand new stories, dropping every month - that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Just click ‘Subscribe’ at the top of th ...
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Latino USA

Futuro Media and PRX

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Latino USA offers insight into the lived experiences of Latino communities and is a window on the current and merging cultural, political and social ideas impacting Latinos and the nation.
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Southern Songs and Stories is a documentary series about the music of the South and the artists who make it. We showcase their performances and discover the stories behind their songs with a look at their lives on stage, in the studio and at home as well as the family, friends, fans and music professionals around them.
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Finding Raffi

iHeartPodcasts and Fatherly

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Raffi Cavoukian is a magical musician. His songs, like “Baby Beluga” and “Down by the Bay,” have wordplay and rhyme schemes that are as crowd-pleasing as they come — sweet, silly sing-alongs for kids and adults alike. But his work is anything but simple. Much like the folk singers who inspired him, a radical philosophy underscores all that he does. In "Finding Raffi,” comedian, writer, and podcaster Chris Garcia takes us on a journey through a 10-part series tracing Raffi’s life from aspirin ...
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BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein

Hyperobject Industries / Sony Music Entertainment

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Investigative Reporter Julie K. Brown exposed Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes to the world. Now his survivors are fighting for the truth. If you’d like to support survivors of sexual abuse, please consider making a donation to RAINN at donate.rainn.org. Unlock all episodes of BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein, ad-free, right now by subscribing to The Binge. Plus, get binge access to brand new stories dropping on the first of every month — that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Just click ‘Subscribe’ ...
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Chameleon: High Rollers

Campside Media / Sony Music Entertainment

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The FBI investigates a money laundering company in Vegas - or did they create a conspiracy where none existed? For more seasons of Chameleon, search for "Chameleon" wherever you get your podcasts. Unlock all episodes of Chameleon: High Rollers, ad-free, right now by subscribing to The Binge. Plus, get binge access to brand new stories dropping on the first of every month — that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Just click ‘Subscribe’ on the top of the Chameleon show page on Apple Pod ...
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Our lives can be crazy, but you can take a break from it all with Wondery’s new series, Even the Rich, where co-hosts Brooke Siffrinn and Aricia Skidmore-Williams pull back the curtain and chat about someone else’s craziness for a change. They tell stories about some of the greatest family dynasties in history, from the Murdochs to the Royals to the Carters (Jay-Z and Beyoncé, that is). Because as Queen Elizabeth once said, “A good gossip is a wonderful tonic.” New episodes come out Tuesdays ...
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Crooked City: Youngstown, OH

truth.media / Sony Music Entertainment

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From Marc Smerling, the creator of Crimetown and The Jinx, welcome to CROOKED CITY. The Saturday Evening Post dubbed Youngstown, Ohio “Crimetown U.S.A.” It was a mob town. Illegal gambling was so lucrative that a mob war raged for decades, and bodies piled up. Then, Jim Traficant ran for sheriff, riding into office as the city’s steel industry fell on hard times. Traficant battles the local newspaper, then the FBI, the IRS and finally his own demons as an eight-term, twice-indicted congressm ...
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Sounds Good Right?

TBone Productions

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Deep conversations, Immersive documentaries, compelling stories and everything in between. Created by sound designer Tom Whalley, SGR is made to make every listen feel special. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Cover Up is a series of investigative stories that take us on a journey into a world of subterfuge and secrecy—a world where the truth is concealed under a blanket of lies. From corrupt individuals to clandestine institutions, Cover Up exposes deceit, deception, and the abuse of power. SEASON 4: The Anthrax Threat In the wake of 9/11, a series of letters laced with a deadly powder called anthrax appeared on the desks of prominent journalists and politicians in New York City and Washington D. ...
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Welcome to Rave and Drool: A Chronicle of '90s CanRock! Rave and Drool is a look into the nurture of music and the nature of business through a Canadian lens. Through long form interviews, this podcast tells the story of how alternative rock captured the national spotlight during one ridiculously awesome decade by chatting in depth with the folks who made it all happen and who knows, maybe we’ll even speak with some famous fans along the way…
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It is natural that a second generation bluegrass banjo player would have soaked up as much of Earl Scruggs’ style on the five string as possible when starting out; it is just as natural that they would push outside of those boundaries of the territory staked out by their pioneering forebears. In Tony Trischka’s case, part of this instinct to turn b…
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The Beatles go to the US and become an overnight sensation. But when John can’t cope with the pressure of fame, he finds solace in someone outside the band – experimental artist Yoko Ono. Binge the full season early and ad free with Wondery+ in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/eventherich. And check out the brand new Even the Rich merch st…
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This week, Latino USA brings you an episode of The Burden podcast. In the 1990s, Detective Louis N. Scarcella was legendary. In a city overrun by violent crime, he cracked the toughest cases and put away the worst criminals. “The Hulk” was his nickname. Then the story changed. Scarcella ran into a group of convicted murderers (who all say they are …
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From working as a teacher in China to trying to find a crapper for his pre-show ritual at Berghain, Lias tells us about his various ups and downs of trying to live an honest life in music. Fat White Family's fourth album Forgiveness Is Yours is out this Friday. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's …
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Sam and Lucy of Dog Unit, who just released the excellent At Home album, chat to me about their record shop counter days, darker days, and the trick to a good recommendation (ask the record shop counter). Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Month, English Teacher's 'This Could Be Texa…
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At Record Store Day this Saturday gone, Felix and Tiger from Divorce spoke to us about discovering new music, Jamiroquai and working at the opticians. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Month, English Teacher's 'This Could Be Texas' on exclusive Galaxy Gold. Head to http://roughtrade…
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At Rough Trade East on Record Store Day 2024, Kate Stables of This Is The Kit spoke to me about an early love of drum and bass, working at the pub and her band's live album recorded on Cornish clifftop open-air venue, The Minack Theatre. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Month, Engl…
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As terrified Eastside residents meet with leaders of the Austin community, the 600 plus local and federal authorities working around the clock on the case now grapple with a lack of leads. After a series of bomb threats shut down a concert at SXSW, the crisis grows even more intense when a tripwire bomb detonates on Austin’s southwest side, crippli…
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When ex-Bunny girl Jayne Gaskin spots the desert island of her dreams for sale online, she decides to risk it all. Trading in their English village home, Jayne and her family relocate to their own private paradise, just off the coast of Nicaragua. And a reality TV crew follows them to film a new show, No Going Back. But soon they all discover that …
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When ex-Bunny girl Jayne Gaskin spots the desert island of her dreams for sale online, she decides to risk it all. Trading in their English village home, Jayne and her family relocate to their own private paradise, just off the coast of Nicaragua. And a reality TV crew follows them to film a new show, No Going Back. But soon they all discover that …
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Kanye West is making headlines...again. The controversial rapper - who now goes by Ye - allegedly got physical late Tuesday night at the infamous Chateau Marmont in Hollywood. According to police, Ye slugged an unidentified man in the face after he “pushed” and “grabbed” Ye’s wife, Bianca Censori. But a rep for the “Flashing Lights” rapper says it …
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This is a special episode by Futuro Investigates, in collaboration with The Center For Public Integrity and Columbia Journalism Investigations. In the absence of federal or state data showing how many disaster restoration workers get sick every year because of their labor, we document for the first time how prolonged exposure to dangerous toxins af…
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The FBI squad deals with a devastating loss. Those impacted by the attacks try to move on despite knowing that questions surrounding the case will linger on. From Campside Media and Sony Music Entertainment, this is Season 4 of Cover Up: The Anthrax Threat. Unlock all episodes of Cover Up: The Anthrax Threat, ad-free, right now by subscribing to Th…
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Christina and Ralph from Cuffed Up join today, talking about their self-produced new album All You Got, working unpaid internships, teaching yourself to fish, and learning by f**king up. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Month, English Teacher's 'This Could Be Texas' on exclusive Ga…
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October Noir's Tom and Tyler join the Void Signal for a chat about the band, Type O Negative, live shows, the Southern scene, modern promotion, and plenty of music. Featured Songs: -October Noir - A Halo Hung from Horns Void Signal Intro/Outro courtesy of Processor. Visit http://octobernoir.com/ for more October Noir. Visit https://VoidSignal.net t…
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In the 1990s, Detective Louis N. Scarcella was legendary. In a city overrun by violent crime, he cracked the toughest cases and put away the worst criminals. “The Hulk” was his nickname. Then the story changed. Scarcella ran into a group of convicted murderers (who all say they are innocent!) turned jailhouse-lawyers. In prison they realized Scarce…
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Charles and Henry Hendy remember doing everything they could to get to gigs, a decade on the dole and nothing being more important than the tunes. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Month, English Teacher's 'This Could Be Texas' on exclusive Galaxy Gold. Head to http://roughtrade.com…
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What does the one percent really mean? What do people get wrong when they think about their own wealth? And what the world could look like without billionaires? Omar’s asking these questions in conversation with Rachel Sherman. A HyperObject Industries & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at …
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Part 8: Adolfo finds new information about the night Oscar died, and has to have a difficult conversation about what really happened to Oscar. Grow your business–no matter what stage you’re in. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at SHOPIFY.COM/paradise Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe t…
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Part 7: Adolfo learns about the dangers of Santa Barbara’s bluffs and gets a second opinion on Oscar’s death report. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussions about fatal injuries and suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers services to talk to a skilled counselor. If you are feeling distressed and need to talk to a counsel…
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Originally from Baltimore, Christine Osazuwa got her start in music at 15. She holds degrees in music, marketing and data science and combined those passions into roles in data & marketing at Universal Music Sweden and Warner Music Group in London. Currently, Christine is the Chief Strategy Officer for ticketing & event marketing startup Shoobs whe…
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Usually, the whole idea of being famous is to be, well, famous…you’re known by everyone…your face is everywhere…you’re a celebrity…and you get invited to the best parties, you get endorsements, you get free stuff… Sure, there’s a trade-off…your right to privacy is greatly diminished…your every move is scrutinized…it might become harder to maintain …
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Currently on tour in the UK, Microwave's Nathan Hardy shares first-hand experience of being Mormon, how the band became self-sufficient and looking to other artists for inspiration. Microwave's new album 'Let's Start Degeneracy' is out 26 April. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough Trade's Album of the Mon…
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A childhood of abandonment leaves John Lennon desperate to make a new family out of a group of young, ragtag musicians. But when the band finds itself in the spotlight, they’re going to have to up their game – and learn to play their instruments. Binge the full season early and ad free with Wondery+ in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/even…
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When Mireya Ramos found herself subject to scrutiny and machismo as the only woman mariachi singer in the male-dominated mariachi circles, she decided to do something about it. So she founded Flor De Toloache in 2008, the first all-female mariachi in New York City. The Latin Grammy winning group's new album, 'Indestructible' features beautiful harm…
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Holding the ultimate part-time job of being in Fleetwood Mac, Crowded House's Neil Finn joins on today's episode. With memories from Luton, London and the morgue. Crowded House's new album Gravity Stairs comes out 31 May and their new single 'Teenage Summer' is out now. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive 1/3 off Rough…
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The nephew of Esperanza “Hope” Herrera will drive across the country back to Austin when he hears what happened to his aunt, taking us inside his psyche and the aftermath of the bombing from his perspective. Meanwhile, as all the victims are minorities who have been targeted at their homes on the East side of Austin, Texas, the media and authoritie…
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Two all-timer job stories here with Gustaf, who've just released their new album Package Pt. 2. Going to jail on the job and being caught out in a poop swindle - what more could you ask for? Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive the Rough Trade Album of the Month straight to your door every month, on an exclusive vinyl p…
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For those who haven’t heard the announcement I posted , songs from this point on will sometimes be split among multiple episodes, so this is the second part of a two-episode look at the song “All Along the Watchtower”. Part one was on the original version by Bob Dylan, while this part is on Jimi Hendrix’s cover version. Click the full post to read …
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Paolo thought of himself as 100% Italian, but coming from a Sicilian father and Moroccan mother, he still saw something other than that in the mirror. He began his career making pop music, but, in 2020, after buying an Algerian mandole on a whim, just as the pandemic lockdown began, he found himself on a journey in his home recording studio which c…
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You know it and love it, it's the Peer Gynt Suite! We're starting this series with a bit of bio about Grieg, and we'll delve into some music in our next episode, so stay tuned! Be sure to like and share with a friend! Music: https://musopen.org/music/777-peer-gynt-suite-no-1-op-46/#recordings https://imslp.org/wiki/Peer_Gynt_Suite_No.1,_Op.46_(Grie…
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Interdimensional noise warlock, Tzafu, discusses his origins, the Spire, influences, and the secrets to come. Featured Songs: Tzafu - Through Static Void Signal Intro/Outro courtesy of Processor. Visit https://www.tzafu.com/ for more Tzafu. Visit https://VoidSignal.net to support Void Signal, enjoy exclusive episodes/series, and more.…
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones rose to instant recognition when she published the 1619 Project in 2019. Since then she’s received countless praise, awards and recognition, but the project also engulfed her into a media firestorm with many on the far-right going after her and her work, with some states even banning the teachin…
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Reeling from stress, an FBI suspect begins acting erratically. But the agents in charge of the investigation refuse to let up. From Campside Media and Sony Music Entertainment, this is Season 4 of Cover Up: The Anthrax Threat. Unlock all episodes of Cover Up: The Anthrax Threat, ad-free, right now by subscribing to The Binge. Plus, get binge access…
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There is a decidedly darker mood in the United States than ever in our lifetimes, it seems. In just one example poll recently, one in five Americans agreed that violence is necessary to get the country back on track. With that in mind, it seems like a good time to remember what happened the last time the country acted on this, when we fought the Ci…
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Go back to the movies with us! We're still profiling LA's repertory theaters in Revival House cause there are SO MANY to check out! In this episode, we explore a cool space with some deep, messy history. Fashion label Brain Dead has taken over a site that some would consider....a little cursed. Originally opened in the 1940s as The Silent Movie The…
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Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose join on the release week of their 12th album 'Black / Red', on forgetting lyrics, how they've kept writing after 30 years and whether it's 'drink cider from a lemon' or 'eleven'. Become a member of Rough Trade Club New Music, and you’ll receive the Rough Trade Album of the Month straight to your door every month, on a…
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Is having a gun an expression of some sort of freedom? The ubiquity of guns in the United States certainly suggests so. Today, Omar talks with David Yamane about his changing relationship to firearms, and if a world without them is conceivable. A HyperObject Industries & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music …
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Part 5: Was Oscar going to leave the Chicano student movement? Adolfo discovers new information about Oscar’s last months. Grow your business–no matter what stage you’re in. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at SHOPIFY.COM/paradise Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journali…
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Part 6: Adolfo reckons with his own relationship to his past and the Chicano student movement. And he finds someone who may have clues about what happened the night Oscar died. Grow your business–no matter what stage you’re in. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at SHOPIFY.COM/paradise Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordo…
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