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Hosted in turn by Stuart Stubbs and Greg Cochrane from Loud And Quiet magazine, each episode of Midnight Chats is an intimate, late-night conversation with a musician willing to indulge in informal, back-from-the-pub waffle. New episodes will be posted online, fittingly, at the stroke of midnight. You can support our show by making a listener donation > https://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats.
 
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Despite a lack of actual rugby, save a couple of fixtures, we still manage to waffle on about all sorts. Rumoured no relegation in the Premiership; Ealing; Glasgow; Covid Cancellations; Alex Sandersons arrival as DoR of Sale Sharks. Plus we pick our 28 man England Squad for the upcoming Six Nations. PLUS...the Sea Shanty hysteria hits rugby. Well, …
 
The day we don't provide you a weekly fix of rugby you'll know there's something seriously wrong! We're back, with 3 beautiful food babies between us, houses full of cardboard and pre landfill kids toys and plenty of rugby to talk about including Festive Premiership Rugby Marcel Coetzee is off and South African sides are Europe bound Various other …
 
After an impossibly short break the Heineken Cup returns - and similarly, after four (4!) pods last week we're back in studio to review the highs and lows of the games. Why are French teams doing so well? Why are English teams so bad (besides Exeter)? Should you be allowed to hit someone if they grab your junk? All the big questions answered. See a…
 
The xx's singer Romy Madley Croft speaks to Greg Cochrane about releasing her debut solo music – writing for international pop stars like Dua Lipa and Mark Ronson, being more comfortable expressing her sexuality and her love of football – and footballers – like Megan Rapinoe and Marcus Rashford. Visit Midnight Chats' supporter page: https://support…
 
Mike Hadreas is finding ways to stay sane in 2020 – whether that's asking his Twitter followers to send him photos of demonic Chihuahuas or driving out into the Joshua Tree desert to perform live at sunset and roll in the dust. Greg Cochrane dialled him up at home in L.A. with his dog Wanda to talk about the 10 years since Perfume Genius' debut alb…
 
Arlo Parks is still only 19 but she's already making films for Gucci with Gus Van Sant, performing at Glastonbury in the year when there was no Glastonbury, and preparing for the release of her debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, in January 2021. Talking with Stuart Stubbs, the West London poet also discusses her other loves – horror films, King Kr…
 
To celebrate Midnight Chats reaching 100 episodes, Stuart Stubbs spoke with Pulp singer/solo musician/broadcaster Jarvis Cocker about birthdays, rave days, and living with drug dealer days. Also, how Jarvis has navigated lockdown, his new album 'Beyond the Pale' and learning to be happy in your own company. Read our cover feature with Jarvis from 2…
 
Jess Smyth, aka Biig Piig, is missing the unplanned nights out that the COVID-era has stolen. She's staying mellow about it though, because that's what she does. The singer joins Greg Cochrane to chat about that, no-alcohol beer, Zoom dates, Billie Eilish, her plans for her debut album and why she's stopped spooking her pals by doing tarot readings…
 
Marking the midway point in series 10 of Midnight Chats, we wanted to share with you the first episode of our new Sweet 16 podcast, fully in the artists' own words as they recall what they remember from that pivotal teenage year. Episode 1 is with Waxahatchee. Become a Loud And Quiet member for access to more episodes. Support this show http://supp…
 
Wasps CAN play in the Premiership final and so we preview their game against Exeter...we preview the match up. And international rugby is back...we look at the weekends squads, lineups and match ups. LTBP. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A podcast to spread some positivity right now, with guest and Ezra Collective band leader Femi Koleoso. Talking to Stuart Stubbs, Femi discusses learning drums from his hero Tony Allen, modelling for Stella McCartney, jazz and his incredible Champions League advert Ezra Collective's shop Femi's Champions League advert The great Tony Allen Become a …
 
The National’s Matt Berninger loves his family – so much so his first solo album, Serpentine Prison, is dedicated to his dad. It’s produced by the legendary Booker T. Jones and the story goes back to his father’s record collection, and, more recently, a classic argumentative Christmas family get-together. Matt also speaks to Greg Cochrane about 202…
 
Exeter and Wasps reach a Premiership Final...we review a couple of unexpectedly one sided games. Australia and New Zealand share the spoils in an epic in Wellington. And we catch up with JP Doyle who takes us through obe of the contentious issues of the weekend to find out about a brand new Tens Tournament in Bermuda...and next stop the World! See …
 
Speaking from her home LA – after a bungled attempt to record this episode in August – Phoebe Bridgers talks to Stuart Stubbs about her comedian mum, how she'd choose to die, her favourite curse words and other important issues of the day. Jamie Bridgers' comedy show – https://www.uncabaret.com Stath Lets Flats – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTq…
 
What should've been a joyous crescendo of the Premiership regular season and a battle for playoff spots, got a little farcical after an outbreak of positive Covid tests at Sale Sharks. We'll cover that off, and we promise will talk about the rugby, and the upcoming semi finals too. LTBP! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Despite everything he achieved with The Charlatans, as a solo musicians and as a flogger of his own coffee range, Tim Burgess has spent 2020 (aka lockdown) transitioning into a full-blown Twitter star, thanks to Tim's Twitter Listening Party, where his followers all listen to the same iconic record while the artists responsible tweets along. Here h…
 
Exeter and Bristol make the finals of Europe whilst Saracens' dynasty ends. We dig into the highs and lows of a huge weekend. And rugby is in a precarious position...what should happen with crowds and the community game? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
High quality chat about Joe Wicks, Jamie Cullum and releasing your biggest album in the age of Coronavirus. Idles' Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen talk to Greg Cochrane about the challenging period that birthed 'Ultra Mono', working with Mike Skinner and "annoying the assholes" in this Series 10 opening episode. Support your favourite podcast, Midnight C…
 
Leinster's invincibles broke Ulster's, and Phil's, heart in the Pro14 Final. Back in the Premiership and the race for the playoffs is reaching a dramatic finale. We wargame the final two rounds and tell you who we think will make the playoffs. A review of the Premiership games, a chat about the controversial (or not controversial) suspensions dishe…
 
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