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Whistleblower

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Whistleblower

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In 2007, NBA referee Tim Donaghy was arrested for betting on games he officiated. It was the biggest scandal in American sports history, but it quickly faded from the headlines. Why? Because everyone in this scandal has something to hide. This isn't a story about basketball - it's a story about money, and a conspiracy that spans far beyond one referee. Sports journalist Tim Livingston takes you inside his eight-year odyssey to find the truth at the heart of the scandal. This is Whistleblower.
 
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Culpable

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Culpable

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Culpable explores unsettled cases where the people who seem deserving of blame have somehow eluded justice. On February 26, 2014, Christian Andreacchio was found dead in the upstairs bathroom of his apartment from a single gunshot wound to the head. After a mere 45-minute investigation, local police ruled his death a suicide, despite substantial evidence that points to Christian’s death not only being a homicide, but premeditated murder. Host Dennis Cooper investigates and shares a compellin ...
 
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Love is a Crime

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Love is a Crime

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It’s one of the wildest scandals in Hollywood history: In 1951, major Hollywood producer Walter Wanger (Jon Hamm) went to prison for shooting an agent who he suspected was having an affair with Joan Bennett (Zooey Deschanel), Wanger’s actress wife. When the dust settled, Wanger was accepted back into Hollywood’s inner circle with open arms, while a puritan panic virtually ended Bennett’s career in movies and her family would never be the same. How did Joan — the youngest member of one of Ame ...
 
In Feb 2018, an aspiring actress vanished from her Hollywood apartment. Rolling Stone journalist Neil Strauss was asked to help the family get answers. Together, they found them...sometimes at great personal risk. Now the award-winning true crime podcast returns, unraveling the baffling and tragic case that started Neil Strauss down the rabbit hole of true crime investigation, along with his wife and his neighbors, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger, and concert violinist Ann Marie Simpson. To ...
 
What’s the secret to the world’s glowiest skin? Why use clean, nontoxic personal-care products? (And what’s the easiest way to make the shift?) Can lasers and injectables really make a person look better? What skin-care tips and hair ideas are worthwhile? What does it mean to look and feel pretty or sexy or even beautiful? And can we—should we—try to sustain that as we get older? When it comes to beauty, there are 70 billion questions. On The Beauty Closet, the newest podcast from goop, edit ...
 
A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
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goopfellas

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goopfellas

Goop Inc and Cadence 13

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What drives people to change, to heal, to reinvent themselves? How do we reclaim our health, bounce back from heartbreak, flip the script? On goopfellas, two friends who have become familiar with unlikely personal transformations have raw conversations with people who have experienced profound shifts in perspective and well-being. Together, functional medicine practitioner Will Cole, DC, and chef Seamus Mullen get at the catalysts that bring people out of their dark night and into their purp ...
 
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Real upbeat vibes crash headlong into musique concrète on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From the electro dubs of Sordid Sound System to French digital dancehall via Persian electro pop of Liraz. Elsewhere, there’s forbidden Chinese avant garde music from long-time favourite Kink Gong, the latest from Icelandic theremin player Hekla, and ob…
 
A phenomenal range of sounds across a truly global Independent Music Podcast this week, kicking off with Baltimore hip-hop experimentation from the superb collaboration between Infinity Knives and Brian Ennals, and taking turns via Egyptian techno grime, Chilean abstract ambient, Canadian-Mexican breakcore, and French whatever you’d describe the cr…
 
From the creators of Culpable and To Live and Die in L.A. comes an Audible Original true crime podcast set in the dark underworld of boxing. Tim ‘Doc’ Anderson was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his manager. So why does everyone who has known him, including his victim’s family, think he should be released? Journalist …
 
From the creators of Whistleblower and To Live and Die in L.A. comes an Audible Original true crime podcast set in the dark underworld of boxing. Tim ‘Doc’ Anderson was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his manager. So why does everyone who has known him, including his victim’s family, think he should be released? Journa…
 
After been forced out of clubs for two years, we’d almost forgotten what a true late night club banger sounded like. Fortunately Lobster Theremin are on hand, specifically with the cracking new D. Dan record, to get you all deep into it this week.Elsewhere it’s a journey all over the world: we have ferocious Polish punk from Ohyda, immense percussi…
 
We have a lot of abstraction and lo-fi bouncy dance music on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. From the opening obtuseness of Tasos Stamou’s new record on French label Akuphone, to fellow stablemates Ko Shin Moon’s new self-released blend of Greek, Turkish and Kurdish music, there’s a lot to love through ten strange and experimental tracks. Tr…
 
We’ve never really put much value on genre descriptors – the best music seems to be a meld of influences that creates a new sound altogether – and it’s just as well with this show, where we have no words to describe whatever the music of Inhumankind is.We also have a cracking new one from Nihiloxica member pq, whose new record on Lapsus takes you o…
 
Nothing is ever quite how it seems when it comes to the music of the Independent Music Podcast, and so it continues this week, with Japanese grime crashing head on into no wave synth pop, beautiful danish looping vocal work, tangerine dream pop, and thundering techno – amongst others. We have birdsong from Western Africa, untethered techno from Sou…
 
After last week’s podcast saw artists stretching out the length of their tracks, this week’s sees some of the world’s most exciting independent artists consolidating into shorter tracks of delight. From the gabber of Lady Neptune, to the sound art of Chrome Hoof’s Chlöe Herrington, via the futuristic jazz of Polish five-piece EABS, there’s a lot to…
 
Exceptional long workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast coming at you from all over the musical spectrum. From ferocious Japanese space rock to twisted metal, to fire and brimstone spiritual jazz, there’s a lot to spend some good quality time with. On the shorter side, we have Maori recordings from the early 20th Century, ex-Black Dice/L…
 
Tracklisting Amaria Hamadalher – Tarhanine (Sahel Sounds, USA) J. Zunz – Ráfaga (Rocket Recordings, UK) Cheb Terro vs DJ Die Soon – Underplanet (Drowned by Locals, Jordan) Alex Figueira – Aprende (Music With Soul, Netherlands) Otoboke Beaver – Dirty old fart is waiting for my reaction (ジジイ is waiting for my reaction) (Damnably, UK) Hatis Noit – Aur…
 
We’re back after our week off and we kick off dub heavy, with thumping dubs of Global Switch followed-up with the 8-bit riddims of Robot Riddims. We have synth pop, gothic pop, avant-folk and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Global Switch – Dub Ridddem Arrange 1 (self-release, UK) Robot_Riddims – Warning feat. Rex Domino (self-release, UK) Širom – I …
 
Dennis reviews narratives drafted by Capt. Jay Arrington from his investigation into Christian’s death. Though he made a strong argument as to why arrests should be made, ultimately he and his reports were left out of the grand jury in 2017. This revelation sets off a chain of events breathing life into this case. https://culpablepodcast.com/ https…
 
There's no new Independent Music Podcast this week, but we're filling that new music void with the first episode of Anthony's new Baba Yaga's Hut podcast, showcasing the artists he's bringing to London in the foreseeable future. Including plenty of podcast favourites old and new. Subscribe by searching 'baba yaga's hut' wherever you're listening to…
 
We’re moving fairly uptempo this week. The opening refrain of piano music from 自主制作テクノ(ミヤタ) quickly gives way to blistering techno, and we have plenty of examples of high, obtuse BPM to rattle through a strong hour along with.It’s not all wildly uptempo though, we gave you the first taste of Lia Mice’s new record on Objects Limited way back in Augu…
 
What a selection this is! We’re always happy with the selection of music we bring to each and every Independent Music Podcast, but there is something truly magical about this combination of tracks. There’s a whole lot of maximalism in small packages, from the very first track we have heavy jazz skronk combining with ferocious ‘punch a hole in your …
 
Plenty of exceptional experimental workouts on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, starting off with a wild change of direction from Comité Hypnotisé, whose new record marks a wild change of direction from last year’s Dubs Pour Oh La La – one of our favourites from 2021. The new direction is equally magnificent though, drawing on a wide range of…
 
We’re spending significant time in the northern hemisphere this week, starting off with legendary Afghan Ghazal singer Dr. Mohammad Sadiq Fitrat a.k.a. Nashenas, and moving swiftly into contemporary hypnotic Thai sounds from Mogambo. Trips to Sweden, Israel, and the UK follow, including the fabulous new recorder-led record from Laura Cannell, and s…
 
A real trippy journey on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, where we take you on a wild ride through various interpretations of contemporary psychedelia. From the exquisite vapourware of Naomie Klaus, to the epic metronomic psych experiments of Turkey’s Anadol, via hypnotic ritual chanting from Cobracoral, there’s a whole middle section of this…
 
Collaborations galore on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, and some true meeting of favourites old and new. Uruguay’s Lila Tirando a Violeta bringing a certified banger to the table alongside Ecuador’s Nicola Cruz, old favourite Clap! Clap! combining with percussionist and fellow Italian Domenico Candellori, Northampton grime MC FFSYTHO making…
 
From tropicália to punk-fused grime via experimental soundtracks, folk, and abrasive punk rock, we take a real journey on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We have the debut release from Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs side-project Rubber Oh, a stunning compilation of tracks from Ainu folk artist OKI on the ever-fantastic Mais Um, and the p…
 
Good things come to wait, and we’ve been waiting a long time for the debut LP from the long-standing collaboration between Switzerland’s Simon Grab and Togo’s Yao Bobby, whose new single is an abrasive slice of forward-thinking experimentation. We have another superb collaboration this week with the emergence of Congotronics International, a superg…
 
A whole lot of stunning, somewhat contemplative music on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, starting with the fabulous new release from former Zun Zun Egui member Yama Warashi, moving through operatic music from London techno label AD 93, and sublime musique concrete from Ukraine’s Nikolaienko. Elsewhere, there’s the semi-concept album from ete…
 
Maximum riffage bookending this week’s Independent Music Podcast with thrashing Esperanto-singing Tokyo punks Socio La Difekta getting us started and the epic Wild Rocket release on Riot Season closing us out. The filling in the riff sandwich is a wild journey of noise, from the hip-thrusting power of Nihiloxica-affiliated Hot in da Club to italo-d…
 
Exclusively exciting new music on this week’s podcast, with debut releases from Hidden Horse, Zyggurat and The Web of Lies all proving to be highlights. Even the olden sounds of Angkor in Cambodia have a contemporary freshness to them, as does the first long-player from the irrepressible Nik Colk Void. Elsewhere we have blistering electronics from …
 
Hip-shakers galore on this week’s podcast, especially with the new releases from DJ Hank, Bonobo, and the irrepressible Zombie Zombie. They are interspersed amongst immense music from Yugen Blakrok, experimental sounds from Jakarta’s Uwalmassa, and stunning sounds from Tortoise’s Jeff Parker. Elsewhere, we have skronky call-and-response between Pat…
 
According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from Tenderfoot TV, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new i…
 
What a start to 2022! Ten new tracks for you that are extraordinary in their variety and invention. From the opening track from Alex Silva and the enigmatic music of Tony Gallardo, through to a blistering collaboration between Slikback and Giant Swan, which is as good as you’d dare to hope from two of electronic music’s great trailblazers. Elsewher…
 
We're off for a couple of weeks, so we're delving into our archives for you. This week we've got this cracker of a favourites compilation from 2018. Even though we sit here having played music from 390 releases this year, we feel a bit uneasy producing a ‘best of’ 2018 when there’s still so much great music we haven’t heard. But from what we have h…
 
We're off for a couple of weeks, so we're delving into our archives for you. This week we've got this cracker of a favourites compilation from 2017. The first of our three part ‘best of 2017’ showcases some of our favourite tunes from the year. This week we have the 7″ stunner from Idris Ackamoor, the digital dubs of Roger Robinson and Disrupt, hip…
 
This year we’ve had more listeners than ever before – thousands of people with exceptional taste. The prove it, we asked our Patrons to vote for their favourite tracks from the podcast in 2021, and the list is absolutely stellar! We have two visits to Niger, three collaborations between podcast favourites, experimental hiphop, accordion music and a…
 
Our second part of our favourite records from 2021 is a eclectic trip around the globe, taking in gqom out of Mexico, hip-hop from the Philippines, jazz from Chicago, dub from Belgium, amongst others. We have baroque pop, digital dancehall, and a whole lot more. Get tickets to our live show: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/independent-music-podcast-li…
 
What a year it’s been. Terrible for many people in many ways, but the music has been absolutely sublime. This is the first episode of us revealing our favourite records of the year. We start with ferocious political afrobeat and move between free jazz, field recordings, psych, techno, and more. Thank you to all the amazing artists and labels who ha…
 
We clock up 350 episodes of the Independent Music Podcast with the last conventional podcast of 2021, proving that there’s still time for a new favourite artist of the year to emerge. There are plenty of options here for you, from the long-awaited return of Black Dice to the truly exceptional emergence of Princess Diana of Wales – the project of Lo…
 
The spiritual woozy psychedelia of Milan’s Al Doum and the Faryds gets us underway this week as we welcome longer nights with exceptional atmospheric music from all corners. No track encompasses that greater than the wonderful new Jessica Moss track on Constellation – it’s one to put the headphones on for, as is the stunner from Canadian compatriot…
 
“Hmm, what’s that smell?” Well it’s another Independent Music Podcast, which kicks off this week with The Smell of Metal – the latest cold wave banger coming out of the Mannequin Records stable over in Germany. If you peel back the layers, you’ll find a whole heap of special music on this episode: we have more bangers in the shape of Lisbon’s Tia M…
 
London label Mais Um’s ear for extraordinary music from Brazil continues unabated with the exceptional track that opens this week’s Independent Music Podcast. The music of Juçara Marçal is relatively new to us, but the first few bars of her astonishing track ‘Crash’ sink their hooks into you very quickly. It’s a stunning way to get going. What foll…
 
We keep reading about the new Blawan release “shedding the ‘techno’ box he has so often been put in” but his new, exceptional record on XL shows us a consistently innovative artist continuing a journey we’ve enjoyed since ‘Getting Me Down’ back in 2011. It’s a must-listen and a probably must-buy for those who like your electronics a little off-kilt…
 
There’s nothing that’ll kickstart your body quite like a funky slice of Algerian-born Amazigh music. The lead track from Habibi Funk’s Majid Soula compilation is a real hip-shaker, and just the tonic for whatever ales you this week. There’s a lot more than that to get stuck into as well – from clattering percussive electronics from the new Jerusale…
 
Two sublime reissues bookend this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We open with the gospel soul from Pastor T.L. Barrett and close with the gorgeous avant-folk from Japan courtesy of Reiko and Tori Kudo. Between those, we go on a wild journey, including the mutant techno of Jlin, detective jazz of Aging alongside Land Trance, South American psyche…
 
In one last noir twist, Joan marries for a fourth and final time to a man with a secret life. The last chapter of our story takes us from the Greenwich Village cross-dressing scene of the 1960s, to the set of Dario Argento’s giallo classic, Suspiria (Joan’s last film), to post-reunification Berlin, where Bennett’s legacy as a key face of film noir …
 
While the shooting seems to enhance Wanger’s reputation in Hollywood’s eyes, the media frenzy that follows enacts a sharp price on the lives of Joan Bennett (Zooey Deschanel) and her children. Joan is forced to make a living largely through grueling touring theater. By the mid-1950s, Joan is essentially blacklisted from Hollywood movies, but her ac…
 
After our week away last week, we have a truly sublime selection this week. There’s a real record of the year contender out of left field from Chinese artist Yikii, who blends classical music with post-industrial haunted Chinese nursery rhymes, there’s the last recording from Finnish experimental pioneer Pekka Airaksinen, and the latest ace new rec…
 
Walter Wanger (Jon Hamm) emerges from prison, and relaunches his career by producing several important films inspired by his experience, including the Oscar-winning I Want to Live!, and the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers. He sinks his newly re-acquired power into one final, major folly: Cleopatra. Working with Elizabeth Taylor as she and R…
 
We are off this week so we decided to revisit this extraordinary selection of tracks from 2018. Including some people with new records on the horizon including 700 Bliss, Ko Shin Moon, and Colin Stetson... back next week. Even though we sit here having played music from 390 releases this year, we feel a bit uneasy producing a ‘best of’ 2018 when th…
 
In December 1951, Walter Wanger (Jon Hamm) points his gun at Jennings Lang’s (Griffin Dunne) groin and fires -- and Joan Bennett’s (Zooey Deschanel) life and that of her family will never be the same. Though it’s her husband who commits a shocking act of violence, and it’s he who is actually sent to jail, Joan finds herself painted in the press as …
 
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