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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
 
A monumental, ongoing project to release mixtapes for every year of recorded sound, piecing together the entire history of sound from lampblack to shellac then vinyl and onward - part found audio project, part historical documentary, a listening experience that’s as pleasurable as it is educational.
 
Sometimes mixed together, sometimes crafted together but all in all a return to the feel good factor we all lost somewhere in the airwaves. You will hear DJ Ash speak on some Podcasts and on other occasions he will let the music do the talking. ZooBoo will cross many musical genres as he believe music crosses all boundaries, knows no borders, does not discriminate on colour or race but when it hits you hard, your soul lightens up. Leave all your inhibitions behind and get ready for a story t ...
 
Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world. In collaboration with the best conductors and guest artists on the international music scene, the CSO performs well over one hundred concerts each year at its downtown home, Symphony Center, and at the Ravinia Festival on Chicago’s North Shore, where it is in residency each summer. Music lovers outside Chicago enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-s ...
 
Get "under the hood" of the music we all love so much. In each episode, pro musicians John Montagna and Jeff Ganz examine a seminal musician, record or song and, well, break down what makes him, her or it so important. Jeff and John are consummate pros, but – first and foremost – they're fans. They love this stuff, and figure you will, too.For lots of other things to thrill your inner music geek, visit CultureSonar.com.
 
Mike from Wack Brackets and Only Stupid People Podcasts and Mel and Keith from Rock Hippie Adventures Podcast join up for an un-sanitized look at music. Each week they will discuss songs that relate to the weekly changing theme. They will create musical matrimony with a unified song, something new, something old and something borrowed (this is the Genre Bending song). Join this motley crew as they give musical commentary on the nostalgic, the new, and the band you never thought you would hea ...
 
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Ice Ice Baby didn't make this list. However, Mike, Mel and Keith do find some classic picks to perk up your nostalgic ears. Mike and Mel immediately derail this weeks episode with their own versions of the meaning behind the joint pick's title. Keith brings a blast from the past that will make your flagpole stand when no one is there to salute. Mik…
 
Mike, Mel and Keith are hitting the books for this week's research episode. They delve into songs that peak your curiosity and drive you to Google and Wikipedia. They kick off the show with a politically charged and still relevant classic banger for their joint pick. Mike finally discusses the song that started this podcast journey. Mel throws in w…
 
Move Goliath here comes David. This week's episode celebrates the little guys on Spotify. Mel, Keith and Mike chose bands that had less than 5000 monthly listeners and the Joint Track this week had less than 55k monthly listeners. What these band lack in listens, they make up in really awesome tunes. Keith chose a track by a skinny white boy, Mel a…
 
Stop! Collaborate and Listen. Mike, Mel and Keith are back with a brand new edition .... of Music for the Messes. This week the gang is sharing their favorite collaborations between bands. They kick it off with a Metal/Hip-Hop joint song and lead into quite possibly the worst collab yet, maybe song. Thanks to Mel. Both Mike and Keith wish Tori was …
 
No one’s hiding their eyes for this week’s episode. Mel, Keith and Mike have picked the songs that are their Guilty Pleasures. These songs are maybe not the best songs out there, but damn, they are catchy. No shame here! They kick off the episode with their Joint pick with an out of this world song choice by a presumable one hit wonder band. Mike's…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen! Coming to the stage is this week’s Music for the Messes episode. Get your dollars ready as Keith, Mel and Mike share their favorite songs for this week’s topic, Strip Club Songs. These songs are anthems you’d expect to hear anytime you hit up the local titty bar. They kick it off with their Joint song by a skinny coke head tha…
 
Here comes the Bride! And she looks pissed because Mike, Keith and Mel have picked these four songs for the wedding playlist. Their choices are NOT what you want to have played at your wedding, but these three can care less. The Joint Pick is an oldie but a dang nasty good one by Primus. Pretty sure Granny would be shaking her head at Mel’s pick fr…
 
Like the old adage goes all good things must come to an end and for this episode, Mike, Keith and Mel choose their songs for what they think would be good TV series ending finale songs. They all agreed that the Joint Pick (puff, puff, pass) would be fitting of any TV show that has a hero walking off into the distance. Mike throws in an old school s…
 
Mike, Mel and Keith are cranking up the volume for their song choices. These songs all beg to be turned up as loud as you can get it! They throw open the volume for a song that throws out the F word 16 times, an oldie but goodie that has one of the best guitar and sitar riffs, and Mike waxes philosophical on his love of his favorite band, Local H a…
 
Lights! Camera! Action! This week, Mike, Mel and Keith are throwing our their picks for movies that would be a soundtrack for action heroes. From song that bring thoughts of explosions to a song that has a pan flute breakdown, this trio is kicking up their thoughts and creating some super soundtracks for the next blockbuster film. Of course, this w…
 
Winter got you down? Mel, Mike and Keith have just the thing to get you thinking about those summer days. They are sharing their favorite beach vibe songs. Those songs that make you want to grab some cold beers, a beach chair and find a spot to spend the day gazing at the ocean. They start with a classic song and throw in some Soft Serve (not the i…
 
You hate work but you love music. Well, this week join Mel, Mike and Keith as they talk about the songs that help them grind out work. Yes, you know those songs that just help you get through the day. From Queens of the Stone Age to Blindside and everything in between you will find some thing to grind out to. This week Mike has the Genre Bender and…
 
Orchestration is the art of choosing the right instruments, and the proper balance thereof, for a composition. Different considerations go into conveying different moods and emotions to better tell the story. The string section is often the most utilized. So well will focus on it's instruments: the contra bass, the cello, the viola and the violin!…
 
This week's episode has Mike, Mel, and Keith catching those winter vibes. They discuss the songs that takes their minds to cold, snow and short days. They really get out there with a wide array of music from AFI to Simon and Garfunkel and wait till you hear the "Genre Bending" song this week. Bet you will never guess what it is. Don't forget to che…
 
MP3 download | Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Stitcher | Radiopublic | RSS As we are coming towards the end of the 19th Century, I present an overview of the music and history of 1898 and 1899 – minstrel shows, vaudeville, cakewalk, the horribly-named “coon songs” and an exciting new genre called “ragtime.” Centuries of Sound is an independent podcast…
 
In Part Three (of three) of this miniseries on The Beach Beach Boys and The Grateful Dead, we finally reach our destination in space and time--the Fillmore East on April 27, 1971. This is a two hour episode, and in it, I compare and contrast the career arcs of each band leading up to the gig. In 1970, The Beach Boys released a single, "Add Some Mus…
 
On this episode, Mike, Mel and Keith discuss the songs that make them "Wanna Go Fast." When you just can't drive 55, you want to check out these songs and no Sammy Hagar here. Our genre bender is out there, can you guess what it is? So, join the Music for the Messes crew on their inaugural episode. Check them out over at their Instagram @musicforth…
 
We don't show enough love to our good horn section and other brass players! We're going to start making that right with a discussion on the general care and maintenance for the tuba, trombone, euphonium, horns, trumpet and other brass instruments! We will discuss their mechanics, routine cleaning suggestions and how to keep them sounding shiny and …
 
MP3 download | Patreon | Apple | Mixcloud | Spotify | Castbox | Stitcher | Radiopublic | RSS This compilation of Christmas recordings spans an era which includes the entirety of WW1 and the influenza pandemic of 1918/1919, but of course you wouldn’t guess it from the contents. The only reminder perhaps is the two different versions of “Silent Night…
 
Get to know the crew you already know. Mike from Wack Brackets and Only Stupid People Podcasts and Mel and Keith from Rock Hippie Adventures Podcast join up for an un-sanitized look at music. Each week they will bring songs that relate to the weekly changing theme. They will create musical matrimony with a unified song, something new, something old…
 
So it looks like there’s going to be a Part 3 to this madness, since we haven’t arrived at the Fillmore East yet. My apologetic tone is facetious, of course, because this has been nothing but fun for me. I hope my self-indulgence is slightly more entertaining/enlightening than annoying? Anyway, this episode takes a look at the evolution of the song…
 
MP3 download | Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Stitcher | Radiopublic | RSS James and Sean use their audio archeology skills to take you on another time travel adventure with original recordings from the distant past. This time we visit 1896 and 1897, hear the birth pangs of something not yet called ragtime, find out the true origins of ‘The Laughing P…
 
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