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Best Song Exploder podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Song Exploder podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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.
 
iHeartRadio presents “Inside The Studio,” a brand-new, in-depth series featuring intimate conversations with some of music’s biggest stars. Each episode features an unscripted sit-down with artists on the verge of releasing new material – rounded out with a sound-rich tour through their lives and discographies. Taking advantage of podcasting’s lean-in approach, “Inside The Studio” reveals previously unseen sides of artists, giving fans the sort of access that is missing from much of today’s ...
 
On The Auxoro Podcast, I (Zach Grossfeld) sit down with interesting people. Whether it's with doctors, designers, athletes, or music artists, I let my curiosity lead the conversation. I prepare differently for each episode depending on the guest and my current workflow. For this show, the goal is to engage each guest in a deep, wide-ranging, and exciting exploration of their work and the world. For myself, the goal is to improve my own way of thinking and hopefully help others think better t ...
 
The political podcast for clear-eyed rebels and utopia preppers. --- Subscribe on Stitcher(http://bit.ly/2HgCPvw) or subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes (https://apple.co/2oWPa0c). -- Intro theme by Captain Pablo -- Outro theme by Carol Vasquez (bit.ly/2oUFNyX) This podcast is sponsored by Caitlin's patrons. You can support Cait by becoming a patron here -- www.patreon.com/caitlinjohnstone -- or throw a couple of coppers into her hat on PayPal -- www.paypal.me/CaitlinJohnstone or follow ...
 
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Nathaniel Rateliff is a singer and songwriter from Colorado. He’s released four solo albums, and two with his band, the Night Sweats. Those two Night Sweats albums were produced by Richard Swift, who passed away in 2018. In a statement, his family said that he "suffered from alcohol addiction, and it’s ultimately what took his life." Nathaniel Rate…
 
In this episode, I speak with visual artist, Jesse Draxler. Jesse is probably most known for his abstract, visual manipulation through collage. He’s had solo exhibitions between New York and Los Angeles and has done commercial work for brands like Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, and Ferrari. One of his most iconic works became the cover art for D…
 
On the latest Inside the Studio, host Joe Levy is joined by Adam Lambert, whose new album, “Velvet” (More Is More/Empire), was four years in the making. Adam talks about his time on “American Idol,” how performing with Queen has helped drive his own recording, and how he’s found the freedom to make the music he wants. Learn more about your ad-choic…
 
Auxoro Chat 009: Becoming More Interesting, The Origin of Sluttiness, and The Experience Paradox: SUPPORT AUXORO ON PATREON (Thank You): https://www.patreon.com/auxoro SUPPORT AUXORO ON PAYPAL (Thank You): paypal.me/zacharygrossfeld1 SUPPORT AUXORO ON VENMO (Thank You): @Zachary-Ross-4 AUXORO NEWSLETTER: https://www.auxoro.com/theaux AUXORO MERCH: …
 
A doubleheader! After taking a 20-minute break when episode 110 ended, Bob and Mike hit record on episode 111. This one starts and ends with jazz legends (Manu Dibango, Alice Coltrane), features four tracks from Stiff Little Fingers' incendiary debut LP, a house track by two guys from Bob's old Pavement days (Momma Gravy), and a couple bands who ca…
 
In the first of two episodes recorded on the same day, Bob and Mike share their favorite songs from New Orleans soul legend Irma Thomas and Yorkshire indie rockers Boyracer, plus play a song from seminal no wave band Theoretical Girls, which started the music careers of Glenn Branca and Wharton Tiers.…
 
Dr. Taylor Burrowes: The Abundance Mentality, Dating Ethically, & Taking The Lead as a Man: This time, I sit down with Dr. Taylor Burrowes, an expert lifestyle, dating, & relationship consultant. She has a Ph.D. in Marriage, Couples, and Family counseling and was in clinical practice as a licensed mental health professional for 14 years. She’s now …
 
A diverse mix featuring country singer Laura Cantrell and her former indie rock band Bricks, with Mac McCaughan (later of Superchunk), plus South American bands The Paintings and RAKTA, hip hop pioneers The Sequence, a live track from The Paul Bley Trio, and a couple tracks from Philly punks Taiwan Housing Project.…
 
Today, I sit down with Chris and Hafeez, founders of The Roommates Podcast, a worldwide community of people who are united on “becoming,” emotional and spiritual health, kindness, togetherness, and thirst for knowledge. Chris and Hafeez have interviewed prominent guests like Robert Greene, Gary Vee, Hasan Minhaj, Jonathan Haidt, and Charlamagne The…
 
York anti-folk artist Mark Wynn gets three songs played, plus Bob and Mike play '70s Chicago soul/funk from Boscoe, indie rock from Paul K & The Weathermen, psychedelic rock from Thee Oh Sees, modern classical from Clair Omar Musser, and a couple live tracks from The Magnetic Fields. Also Bob talks about summer music festivals in Europe and another…
 
Eric Nam is a Korean-American pop singer from Atlanta. He’s currently lives in Seoul, South Korea, where he found fame as a K-pop star. He was named “2016 Man of the Year” by GQ Korea, and Forbes named him one of their “30 under 30 Asia.” But his success in Korea has been complicated a little by what he wanted to do with his career versus what he f…
 
Auxoro Chat 008: Valuing Inclusion Over Consent, Some Thoughts On Pete Davidson's Netflix Special, & The Roots of Anti-Black Mythology: Show Notes: SUPPORT AUXORO ON PATREON (Thank You): https://www.patreon.com/auxoro SUPPORT AUXORO ON PAYPAL (Thank You): paypal.me/zacharygrossfeld1 SUPPORT AUXORO ON VENMO (Thank You): @Zachary-Ross-4 AUXORO NEWSLE…
 
Today, I sit down with Ryan Michler (@OrderofMan), founder of the Order of Man, a community helping men master their relationships, health, wealth, and themselves. Having served as a soldier, a father, and a loving husband, Ryan knows what it takes to fulfill your duty as a man. Ryan also hosts a podcast by the same name and has written a book call…
 
Today on Auxoro, I discuss how our perceptions around the Corona Virus may be being manipulated, how to build a deeper connection through the handwritten word, Ellen DeGeneres’ pivotal realization on perfection, harnessing the truth to make others more open to change, and more. Body Count: https://www.epsilontheory.com/body-count/ Daily Stoic Medit…
 
Today, I sat down with Niia (@niiarocco), a singer-songwriter artist who grew up surrounded by classically trained musicians. She just released her second album, La Bella Vita, which is available anywhere that you listen to music. She has a beautiful voice and makes fucking dope music, and you would be depriving yourself of great art by not checkin…
 
Today on Auxoro, I sit down with Ryan Meyer (@Ryan_Suspect), the drummer and backing vocalist of the band Highly Suspect. The LA-based band Highly Suspect has been nominated for two Grammy’s, worked with legendary producers like Joel Hamilton and released their latest album in the fall of 2019 called MCID, which stands for My Crew Is Dope. The hip-…
 
Auxoro Chat 006: The Quickest Way To End A Conversation, Starting With "Yes," & Creating Space To Think: SUPPORT AUXORO ON PATREON (Thank You): https://www.patreon.com/auxoro SUPPORT AUXORO ON PAYPAL (Thank You): paypal.me/zacharygrossfeld1 SUPPORT AUXORO ON VENMO (Thank You): @Zachary-Ross-4 AUXORO NEWSLETTER: https://www.auxoro.com/theaux AUXORO …
 
Dan Snaith has been making Caribou records since 2001. He won Canada’s Polaris music prize in 2007, and this month, he’s releasing the seventh Caribou album, Suddenly. In this episode, Dan breaks down the song “Home.” He talks about how he managed to get past several moments of creative uncertainty to figure out the final track. songexploder.net/ca…
 
Today on Auxoro, I sit down with Jack Peach (@ThinkInPeach), a researcher, writer, and traveler whose goal is to find harmony amidst the chaos. Jack runs a blog called Think In Peach which you can find at ThinkInPeach.com and you find him on Twitter at @ThinkInPeach. He is from the UK but currently resides in Thailand. I connected with Jack on Twit…
 
Auxoro Chat 005: The Johnny Depp & Amber Heard Situation, The Legacy of Kobe Bryant, and Getting to a Post Racial Society: SUPPORT AUXORO ON PATREON (Thank You): https://www.patreon.com/auxoro SUPPORT AUXORO ON PAYPAL (Thank You): paypal.me/zacharygrossfeld1 SUPPORT AUXORO ON VENMO (Thank You): @Zachary-Ross-4 AUXORO NEWSLETTER: https://www.auxoro.…
 
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