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In Search Of Sauce

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In Search Of Sauce

The 5th Element Podcast Network/Central Sauce

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In the age of Social Media, clickbait and TMZ-style “news” has devoured the Journalism industry. Music Journalism is dead. Or is it? One thing is for sure. Music deserves better analysis. Quality journalists and creatives deserve more praise and bigger platforms. Fans deserve to be intrigued and inspired by the content they read. And we all deserve more substance and passion in our lives. Join the CentralSauce Creative Collective as we discuss three pieces of great journalistic content and c ...
 
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Rock's Backpages

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Rock's Backpages

Mark Pringle, Barney Hoskyns, Jasper Murison-Bowie

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They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism — definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. The RBP podcast is produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie and is a proud part of Pantheon — the podcast network for music lovers.
 
We relive recent history through the eyes of millennials who were there when it happened. In interviews with musical journalist Andrea Voets, they unpack their ‘deep story’: the reality as they experienced it as children. Eight episodes take us to the murder of anti-mafia judge Falcone in Sicily, the unwanted ‘Children of the Decree’ of Ceausescu in Romania, The Troubles in Northern Ireland and change and unification in East Germany. The music has been offered by 60 bands from these 4 places ...
 
Conversations With Matt Dwyer is a music podcast that focuses on the lives and work of legendary, established and emerging new artists. The interviews are not your typical Q&A format but an unfolding organic conversation that shines a light on the lesser explored corners of an artist's work, life, triumphs and challenges. Some past guests included Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, Van Dyke Parks, Lou Barlow, Donita Sparks of L7, Boots Riley and Jenn Wassner of Wye Oak/Flock Of Dimes. Conversa ...
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020. Want to level ...
 
Hi, my name is David Hershkovits. As a founder of Paper magazine, I have been a long-time supporter of cultural disruptors from the alternative worlds of skate, hip hop, graffiti and streetwear scenes to cannabis reform, LGBTQ and women's rights. On Light Culture, I'll be knocking heads with some of today's most influential change makers -- rappers, writers, artists, fashion designers, models, advocates and activists, influencers, entrepreneurs who respect "the other." Light Culture is broug ...
 
From Prince’s vocal personas to Beyoncé and Britney’s feminist takes on sexy cyborgs, many social revolutions have started in the recording studio. Host Sasha Geffen, music critic and author of ‘Glitter Up the Dark,’ digs beneath the grit and the glamour to reveal how pop stars have re-shaped gender through music, blazing a trail for those who refuse to be categorized. Hear music from the show and more on the Shattering Gleam Official Playlist at https://pandora.app.link/ShatteringGleamPlaylist.
 
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News Beat

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News Beat

Morey Creative Studios

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A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
This podcast series, Preparing for Profound Change, explores the shifting global landscape. Economic collapse, climate chaos, political upheaval – these may seem like forces to fear, but in fact offer us deep opportunities for transformation. A post-carbon, post-capitalist world calls for deep awakening and action at all levels – by individuals, communities and societies. What skills, competencies and capacities will be most valued in the new world? How can our own inner practices keep us fr ...
 
Aspiring sports broadcaster Kofi Appiah, Host of the "Broadcast Journal," interviews individuals in the sports broadcasting industry from play-by-play announcers, talk show hosts, and reporters about their lives and careers in sports. Opening and closing music is titled "Going Higher" courtesy of Royalty Free Music From Bensound.
 
Yesterday’s Concert is a unique love letter to live music. Your guide opens the pages of his personal jam journal of more than 750 concerts to take you on a live music odyssey. Part concert review, part memoir, these stories feature thumping bass and screeching guitar riffs that bring the excitement of live music to your podcast feed. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
 
The world of music with a San Diego slant: The SoundDiego Podcast brings the NBC 7 TV show and music platform to online life with an exploration of the community local musicians and music fans — and touring acts headed San Diego’s way — live and breathe in, from the moment they order their breakfast burrito to the time they call it a night at the Casbah. Host Dustin Lothspeich is a San Diego Music Award winner and longtime chronicler of the weird and unforgettable scene and will plug you in ...
 
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Bryan and David are joined by Turner Sports and Bleacher Report host Adam Lefkoe to discuss his career in media, working in funny references, and what he saw coming prior to this season’s conference finals (7:28). Later, they rehash the NBA bumper music, hand out the 'Press Box' Total Pro of the Week award, and touch on the Drew Brees broadcasting …
 
In this episode we are joined by the droll and charming Chris Roberts, who looks back on his career as a journalist, author and musician. Chris recalls the seminal early experience of first hearing T. Rex's 'Metal Guru' and explains how this led eventually to his writing for Sounds and then Melody Maker in the '80s. After detours via the ill-fated …
 
The insurance industry has been around a while. So it’s no surprise that some venerable carriers would celebrate milestones. Here’s one that’s marking an impressive two centuries. Crum & Forster’s head of corporate communications Hallie Harenski outlines how the firm is approaching the anniversary as a brand-refresh opportunity. On this podcast, ge…
 
Fayetteville, Arkansas has been home to Levon Helm, Ronnie Hawkins and the Cate Brothers. It's a place of inspiration for a young musician. The musical heritage goes way, way back and owes a debt to the World's Greatest Showman. withinpodcast.com Our sponsor: jandjpoolsafety@gmail.com Earlier episodes about songs: https://withintherealm.libsyn.com/…
 
Long time listeners will certainly recognize LiKWUiD who, as one of News Beat's "Artist in Residence," has been featured on several important episodes delivering compelling, often heart wrenching lyrics that compliment our social justice reporting in a truly powerful way. Find out a little bit more about this prolific Hip-Hop artist, DJ, educator a…
 
Alright gang, this week we’re letting it all out of our system. In the first (of hopefully more) experience episodes in Season 4, I smashed the bejesus out of some Christmas crockery. Rage Rooms or Smash Rooms as they’re also known, seem to have grown in popularity since and during the pandemic. Admittedly they do seem to be quite the cathartic rel…
 
Slowing down? If you've paid even half attention to the prolific vocation of Haruomi Hosono you know it's not in the cards. Long before Shoplifters made waves at Cannes, composition work had long been a staple of the musician's repertoire. Before full OST releases were easily accessible, earlier relics like 1985's Incidental Music (released shortly…
 
Ryan Pollie joins Dwyer to talk about California Punk music, the pros and cons of being broke, his advice for young artists and producing. Opening Song, "On The Nose," by Ryan Pollie from the Album Stars Ryan's Bandcamp Ryan's Instagram Ryan's Twitter Perpetual Doom All things Dwyer Get a Website Kelly R. Dwyer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
In the 59th episode of the Picture of Lily Podcast, I talk about my 24 years of friendship with Michelle Gayle. Check out Michelle speaking on some other podcasts, her article for Grazia, her books and The World Reimagined. Listen here: https://pictures-of-lily.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/POLP-EP-59-MICHELLE-GAYLE.mp3 Or on your preferred podcas…
 
Singer-songwriter and fiddler Lily Henley has a new album like no other: On 'Oras Dezaoradas,' she crafts new music for centuries-old traditional Sephardic Jewish ballads. It's a beautiful project, sung nearly entirely in Ladino, the near-forgotten Sephardic dialect that sounds more like Spanish than anything else. On this week's podcast, we talk t…
 
Welcome back to Transmissions, today on the show we’re joined by Sarah Martin of Glasgow's Belle and Sebastian. The legendary Scottish indie band has a new album out now on Matador, A Bit Of Previous. Martin joined host Jason P. Woodbury to discuss the new record, the band’s history, that infamous scene in High Fidelity, the Belle and Sebastian cru…
 
As the InsurTech industry approaches the next wave of innovation, experts say this could mean navigating rough waters. “I believe what you’re going to see is that you’re going to have Insurtechs, the cream of the crop, are going to survive and thrive, and a lot of them are going to have to deliver on the promises they made to their investors and to…
 
School District 28 in Queens, N.Y., has a Northside and a Southside. To put it simply, the Southside is Black and the farther north you go, the fewer Black people you see. But it wasn't always like this. Once the home to two revolutionary experiments in integrated housing, the Southside of the district served as a beacon of interracial cooperation.…
 
An enigmatic figure in Estonian music, Velly Joonas is a diverse and prolific audiovisual artist who has worked within many mediums, including painting, poetry, and a surprisingly diverse set of musical genres. “Stopp, Seisku Aeg!” was recorded as a demo for the amateur band Vstretša to support a performance permit application as an example of what…
 
Bryan and David are back to discuss the news that Fox Sports hired Tom Brady as an NFL analyst after he retires. They discuss the Fox announcement, how this contract compares to others in the industry, and when Brady might make the transition. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choic…
 
Bryan and David discuss the jam-packed weekend in sports, and highlight Martin Brundle’s F1 grid walk interviews with celebrities such as David Beckham, Serena Williams, and not Patrick Mahomes. Then, they discuss calling NBA buzzer-beaters, ESPN’s choice in bumper music, and Turner Sports deciding on their no. 1 announcing team (6:17). Later, they…
 
138 Phish shows and counting, Stu Kelly is a super-phan of his favorite band. He’s traveled the country and even crossed national borders to see the group. Hear the story of how he found community at his first show and what epic jams he’s witnessed in person. Hear more at our website. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
You are listening to “The Insurance Network” – a podcast series focused on the success of independent insurance agents! In each episode, we’ll be featuring leaders and exploring new innovations in the insurance industry. In this episode, our host Dr. Brenda Wells welcomes Mike Strakhov from Live Oak Bank. As senior vice president at Live Oak, and h…
 
It's the 93rd episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps! Strain relief, stubborn Champs (and Randalls!), blanched kale with sunflower seeds, and plenty more. This week's episode is sponsored by Calton Cases, Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. You can also use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase. Suppor…
 
This mother's Day edition episode is presented by Tha Ada house & Ambassador's Journal in this episode is ballad Of Hip hop and r&b mother dedications hosted by The @PartyKingKeyZ njoy--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/partyking-keyz/messa…
 
Today I’m joined by actor/comedian/filmmaker/singer/dancer and more, Elouise Eftos, to talk about the classic Funkadelic album ‘Maggot Brain’. We talk about Elouise’s days fronting a funk band, the lineage of this record to 60s psychedelia, the difference between good and bad drug influenced music, reading your own emotions into instrumental music,…
 
Friends Rich D'Ginto and Mike Desiderio love two things: great guitars and great coffee. So they decided to combine their passions and create Acoustic Coffee Company, a new subscription-based coffee company with perks catering specifically to guitar fanatics. During our chat, Rich and Mike talk about some of the guitarmaking and woodworking pursuit…
 
Straight in with an interruption, Graham updates on the Sheffield Leadmill closure threat. Charles welcomes Gary Barlow's new show with a difference. Graham and Charles feel emotional about the threat to the licence fee and what it could mean for the BBC's future. Graham is underwhelmed by the new Fontaines DC album, Skinty Fia. Charles falls under…
 
Agnes, Michael & Chris make us feel what it means to live in a country, divided by identity politics in every aspect of daily life. In response, they show us how to move forward from a place of trouble. With courage & guided by strong principles, but always: with lots of care for the people around you. Part 2 of 2. Produced with Are We Europe.…
 
Bryan is joined by sportscaster Scott Van Pelt to discuss his tribute to his late dog, Otis, his career with the golf channel and eventually 'SportsCenter' on ESPN, his relationship with Tiger Woods, and the skills that go into calling golf ahead of the PGA Championship. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Scott Van Pelt Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes L…
 
Alright gang, this week we're concluding our chat with Gabriel Jacob Luansing aka Mister Master. In part two we’re diving a little deeper into the music side of things, exploring comedy in music and Mister Master’s lyrical spectrum. We also dig into the influences, inspirations, and creative process behind his avant-garde style of Hip Hop. If you’v…
 
The cannabis business is big bucks. Global cannabis sales for 2022 will reach just over $35 billion, and will almost double that in the next few years – and with newly legal states coming online, continued growth in the big states, more products, and more marketing of those products, it’s not hard to believe. A new report from BDSA provides a deep …
 
Livvy Bennett of Mamalarky joins Dwyer to talk about playing with Daniel Johnston when she was 16, how we shouldn't put artists on pedestals, the Texas/Austin influences in her life, and the endless brilliance of Deerhoof. Opening Song, "Fury" By Mamalarky from the album Mamalarky Mamalarky BANDCAMP Mamalarky Instagram Mamalarky website Part 2 of t…
 
On this episode of ISOS: Host Elliot brings a video on Will Smith, Tyler brings a profile on PJ Morton, and Miki brings a piece he wished he wrote, covering Mastering Engineer Heba Kadry. ARTICLES & TIMESTAMPS: Elliot's Pick: (1:47) "TRAINWRECKORDS: Will Smith's "Lost and Found" By Todd In The Shadows Tyler's Pick: (18:29) "PJ Morton’s ‘Watch the S…
 
What luck? You grow up poor and catch a break. As a teenager you’re in a girl group competing on Jamaica’s version of American Idol. You come in third, positioned to take your career to the next level. Expectations are high. But that wasn't the path taken by my guest Sevana, at least not at first. For Sevana, the journey from reluctant pop star to …
 
Bryan and David are joined by Kevin Clark to break down Formula One coverage ahead of the first U.S. race, the Miami Grand Prix (4:58). Later, they recap media moments from the 2022 NFL draft from tipping picks to guest announcers (34:57), and then wrap things up with a conversation about ESPN’s Mike Greenberg (50:15). Plus, the Overworked Twitter …
 
In this fourth episode of HardwareX Season 2 podcasts, our guest is Chet Udell who is an Assistant Professor of Biological and Ecological Engineering at Oregon State University (USA). Dr. Udell is the Director of the Openly Published Environmental Sensing (OPEnS) lab at his university. His lab is an NSF and USDA funded Makerspace led by a staff of …
 
In this episode we mark the 40th anniversary of the death of arguably the greatest — and certainly the most "almost famous" — writer in the history of music journalism. Two of Lester Bangs's closest Creem colleagues (both wonderful writers in their own right) join us from California to reminisce about the man and his work. Jaan Uhelszki, who starte…
 
What’s the meaning of all that customer data in your agency technology system? It just sits there, right? No! We should turn that data into knowledge and wisdom. And if you want to hear data and passion in the same sentence, you came to the right podcast. Sydney Roe, who recently took an executive position with Vertafore, the agency management syst…
 
Coming soon to the Code Switch feed: School Colors, a limited-run series about how race, class and power shape American cities and schools. Hosts Mark Winston Griffith and Max Freedman take us to Queens, N.Y. – often touted as the most racially diverse place in the world. In 2019, a Queens school district announced that they were chosen to get a "d…
 
In this episode, I play a song by The Gartloney Rats; I went to Podcast Movement; Grant did a great induction speech and mine was good too; I joked about a podcast forefather to great effect but not the one I predicted; I have a long list of newly subscribed shows that I run through; I am watching Moon Knight and not loving it; I am watching Slow H…
 
Charles reviews Grayson Perry's live gig A Show for Normal People in Harrogate as the artist/presenter/documentary maker/social observer asks who and what is normal? Graham sheds light on the slightly blurred state of affairs regarding National Record Store Day, or is it days? Graham ponders why Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) attracts hatred …
 
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