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"Dance Dirty" is a weekly dance music mix show hosted by Miami DJ and producer Jordan Sanchez. What makes "Dance Dirty" different from other mix shows? Well, Jordan drops some of the dirtiest dance music tracks in a live DJ setting. In other words, no pre-recorded sets, or Ableton mixes. Only REAL DJing. Which means Jordan scratches, performs fader tricks and more while mixing hot new songs, original tracks, and exclusive music you won't hear anywhere else.
 
The only podcast that will document every single song that the legendary British singer/songwriter Kate Bush has ever produced. In each episode, Cecilee Linke will discuss a different song, in chronological order, with a fan, starting with Kate's 1978 debut album The Kick Inside to Kate's latest release in 2011, 50 Words for Snow. Special episodes about Kate's 1979 tour and her 2014 concerts will be discussed as well. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Transform travels the world using Electronic Dance Music (EDM) to share the gospel, defend the pre-born and other defenseless people and lead God's people into worship. Through EDM production, DJ mixing and heart felt ministry, they’ve connected with hundreds of thousands of EDM fans and some of the world’s premier DJs. Their show "Movement Radio" is an hour-long program syndicated to Radio Stations worldwide, bringing the best in Christ Centered / Positive EDM. In addition to new music, thi ...
 
Scorching guests and sizzling records: join music writer Oliver Wang and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes each week as they invite their favorite artists, critics and scholars for in-depth conversations about the albums that shape our lives. Each week our special guests will take you deep into their heat rocks from the world of hip-hop, soul, dance, jazz, funk and more. Get with us!
 
At #HeavyBeats we believe in doing things differently. We showcase some of the heaviest electronic dance music from around the World over 4 decks, that we believe does not get the attention it deserves. Each episode contains Bass, Beats and a bundle of energy. We guarantee you won't hear anything like this anywhere else. Update your streams every month for new episodes and you can find out who makes the #HeavyBeats by adding us on Insta and check the producer tagged 'tracklusts’ for each @He ...
 
A talking podcast about EDM with an attitude and opinion! You like electronic dance music and don't know what's lit or douce? We've got you covered. We are bringing you news, reviews, and gossip that matter. Come and say Hi ! Or even better subscribe to our podcast now. Listen to our podcast on all major platforms https://fanlink.to/bHNZ Watch our videos and streams on LBRY/ Odysee http://bit.ly/2NyIEgv Follow our Tweets- @freakbeats_cast Read our words on Medium https://medium.com/@freakbea ...
 
Started in 2002 at Southpaw by DJ Ayres, DJ Eleven, and Cosmo Baker, The Rub does it Brooklyn style: great dance music mixed well, affordable drinks, and real people; no dress code, no bottle service, no VIPs or celebrity DJs. The combination of great music, a hot and sweaty dance floor, and phenomenal word-of-mouth buzz for the party means a line around the block every month. An unparalleled mix of hip hop, disco, 80s, reggae, funk, house and a fearlessness for breaking new records keeps th ...
 
After surviving a near fatal brain injury David has had to learn how to live again. There is loss of memory and identity yet there is no loss without gain. Whilst lying in hospital a song played in his mind, then another and he realised he'd once written them. They were asking to be sung and they gave him the words for his One Last Poem.
 
Back in 1979, I made the decision to accept Dr Demento as my personal savior. Since then, with the help of his apostles Spike, Al, Stan and Black-Eyed Susan Brown, I have made it my mission to spread the Gospel of the Firesign and the Word of the Waller. Please join me and my fellow seekers as we find the Wisdom we crave and the Rapture we deserve. A new sermon every Tuesday (and NO collection plate!).
 
Musician and self-described Beatles fanatic Jonathan Pretus ranked the entire recorded catalog of the Beatles, because he's a big, big nerd. Then he decided to make a podcast to talk with other people and learn about their connection with The Beatles' music. Tune in as Jonathan and his guests, joined by his co-host/wife Julia (a more level-headed, casual fan) discuss the rankings, what they think makes each song so great (or not-so-great), and see if it really is a fool's errand to try and r ...
 
The Atish experience: dynamic, emotive, ecstatic. Yet it is more than the sounds emanating from the speakers, it is also the man behind the decks: warm, compassionate, inviting. He is an entertainer and a catalyst: a magician who mixes deep melodies and sophisticated rhythms into musical journeys. Based in New York, Atish has cultivated a devoted following around the world. He’s a natural performer who engages crowds with charm and a smile. An obsessive music collector, Atish pulls from a br ...
 
Tripute is a holistic outlet for professional, huminitarian, scientific & artistic communities. 'Synopsis' is a podcast about Holistic Living, Dialogue, Meditation, Creativity, Music, Art, Health Beyond Perception and The State Of Man, shared in an open dialogue with podcast host's guest * Tripute's other podcasts: Connectionism and Allone.
 
''Radio Dance At Home'' was born in 2012, whose focus was podcasting people that have a great song but normally it's difficult listen to them and for this was necessary a request in almost time from them but the time does it growing more and from there on we also decide passing to define ourselves as nonprofits promoters. In another words ''Radio Dance At Home'' is a nonprofits promoter staff from Dj and Producer @SugarBus, whose focus are for new talents, So that way you can hear new beats ...
 
Remember when going out used to be fun? Do you prefer dancing to posing? Does your idea of dressing to impress have nothing to do with designer labels and everything to do with finding a gorilla costume in the perfect shade of purple? Bored of identikit ‘edgy’ nights called Fraktion, Elastik, and other ironically misspelled words? Well despair no more because THE HONG KONG PING PONG CLUB is here to restore your faith in the weekends! Back in 2007 MORPHOSIS and FAT HARRY teamed up and began w ...
 
www.bpmsession.com Former Los Angeles California Radio Show turned Podcast. Our first shows posted here where originally broadcast Saturdays @ 12am (a.k.a. Sunday morning) A Dance mix designed to make you move! Dance, House, Electro and more! The latest shows are full length mix's! Hosted by DJ Strange Love Honerable mention to our Co-host/E.P. Rene Garzona from LRG. Make Your Own Moves! The BPM Station is here!!! The Link below is to our live player! https://streamingv2.shoutcast.com/the-bp ...
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
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The Future Hero Podcast combines music and spoken word to create meaningful podcasts for movement or for chilling. Baxter has been teaching movement across the US and Canada for over ten years, and shares with you through his meditations and podcasts his art and experience. This podcast wants your music! If you dig what we do and would like to submit music, hit me up here or at baxter@futureheropodcast.
 
Steve Stevens started in the music world when he was 8 years old, at what time he was taking singing courses with the Petits Chanteurs de Laval, directed by Gregory Charles. Thereafter, he took courses in Latin International Dance Sport, which contributed in developing his taste for tribal and latino which expressed itself in his mixes and podcasts. In 1998, he began dance teaching in big parties with 700 to 2000 attendees, which occurred every Saturday night. From year 2000 on, the animatio ...
 
ARTS. LIFESTYLE. SNS ONLINE. SNS Online started its life as a weekly hour long LGBTQ magazine/music show on national Irish dance music station, RTÉ Pulse - running on and off for four years. Since then the show has evolved as an online showcase for actors, musicians, journalists, authors, script writers, stand-up comedians and more - all in the form of exclusive/in-depth one-to-one interviews (with full illustration and free download availability). These shows are independent podcasts produc ...
 
The Embrace Everything podcast series is an exploration and celebration of the music of Gustav Mahler. Throughout his life, Mahler insisted that music had to, literally, embrace everything. This makes his compositions unusually rich in what they offer both audience and musicians. Each season will explore a different Mahler symphony and include interviews with leading conductors, music scholars and musicians. Additionally, Mahler’s own words and those of his contemporaries will be read by actors.
 
Uk hardcore and Hard Dance DJ and Producer DJ Sirius (Mikey Shanley) created this podcast to spread the word on underground hard beats and his happenings as a DJ. Tune in for his diverse music selection from Hard Dance genres to Hardcore and Drum and Bass; as well as his unique style of MC'ing to lift up the crowd, talk about life and make that charismatic and personal connection.
 
More Bass Movement is an entertainment centre of nothing but good music, from our trusted local djs and producers, we will be releasing mixes that has influence in afro,soulful, deep and tech house, in short we call it dance music, We believe in creating a collaborative and innovative environment where our artist can thrive and reach their maximum potential in a stress free atmosphere. Our Vision is defined by the word one. - Team More Bass!! :)
 
Check out new podcasts https://www.mixcloud.com/luanda-baldijao https://www.facebook.com/balaiodomundo Balaio do Mundo, broadcasted by Radio Graviola and Rádio Silva. "Balaio is a brazilian word that means a big basket made of straw and is also the name of a dance"The idea of the show is to make a musical trip around the world
 
Mixes by NYC based DJ Tabu. Blending a mix of syncopated, melodic house music inspired by Latin American, Middle Eastern, African and other global sounds, her sets are eclectic and reflects the influence of multi genres of music and her world travels. From the lounge to the dance floor, the combined musical collection and skills that this DJ brings are incomparable. Look for new episodes each week
 
Osha interviews people who are dedicated to working to create a better future for us all in the fields of art, nature and humanity. We explore stories and discover people on a quest to deepen our connection to life and to our common humanity.Want to learn more about the practice of summoning joy?Discover how horses can help heal humans?Hear how a musician and Ambassador for Peace handles racism?Explore the value of “Kitchen Table Heroism?”Understand what is needed to protect our rare and bea ...
 
The Shock World Service is a 100 episode collection of painstakingly assembled audio collages of soundtracks, electronic oddness & spoken word. Started in 2007 by Jon Averill as a way to further explore & expand musical horizons beyond the mainly dance floor-centric music he was playing at the time & as an antidote the cheapening of the mixtape format by the glut of .mp3 mixes online with no track listing, no artwork & no real attention to detail applied to them. "A provider of collage-heavy ...
 
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#WordsMusicDance #TheConversationContinues on https://A2021Vision.com #A2021VisionPrelude - 0:00What Is The Benefit of Marriage? - 3:06Will & Jada's Public Relations - 21:57Accountability - 46:34"Read My Mind" - 1:01:48Black Love - 1:27:00In Conclusion - 1:27:41 GuestsIesha - http://instagram.com/Tenaya - http://instagram.com/Tiffany - http://insta…
 
Morphosis 'Beating The Crates' in a Hong Kong Ping Pong Styleeeeee in association with Ghetto Funkhttps://www.twitch.tv/h0ngk0ngpingp0nghttp://www.facebook.com/hongkongpingponghttp://hongkongpingpong.co.uk/https://www.instagram.com/hongkongpingpong/https://nsbradio.co.ukThe 'Best Alternative NSB Show' broadcast live on the Breakspoll Award Winning …
 
The subreddit r/TumblrInAction started out in the early 2010s as a place to mock the sorts of oversimplified social justice posts all over Tumblr, but it quickly became a breeding ground for online hate. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Allegra discuss their own history as Tumblr teens, the simplified and misguided ways Tumblr posts tried to share …
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by senior managing producer of Slate podcasts and co-host of Slate’s Working podcast, June Thomas. First, the panel discusses the Princess Diana biopic Spencer. Dana tracked Kristen Stewart’s career up to this Oscar vehicle film. Next, the panel gets a taste of the new "meet stew" of a show, Yellowjackets. Final…
 
In literature, the choice to become a vampire is a metaphor for transformative experiences. On this episode, we bring you a story from Slate's Hi-Phi Nation podcast, which explores problems in contemporary philosophy through story. From real-life blood suckers, to Lord Byron, to Twilight, vampires are a tool for philosophers to think about othernes…
 
Y'ALL. HOW GOOD IS GET BACK? We're absolutely reeling over this masterpiece docuseries. There's so much to absorb, so much to learn, so much to love. It's going to take many, many, many more viewings to take it all in. We were delighted when our pod pals Tommy, Scotty and Becker from Blotto Beatles invited us to join them online for a conversation …
 
It's hard to imagine any other band in history who could pull off recording an album that contains both a genre-defying acid journey like "Tomorrow Never Knows," and full-on children's song like "Yellow Submarine," but that's exactly what the Beatles pulled off on their 1966 album Revolver. In needing a customary Ringo track, Paul, with help from J…
 
Slate Money is obsessed with Succession, HBO's wonderful drama about the lives of the superrich Roy family. So, every Monday, we'll be discussing the previous night's episode with spoiler-filled glee. For Episode 7, Felix Salmon and Emily Peck are joined bytheir fellow Slate Money co-host, Stacy-Marie Ishmael to talk about Kendall’s crazy birthday …
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Zak Rosen, host of The Best Advice Show podcast. First, they discuss the premise of Zak’s podcast, which features very short pieces of advice, then Zak shares some clips of his favorite words of wisdom. In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Zak offers advice about interviewing. If you have advice that you’d like …
 
12 short stories accompanied by 12 original paintings... Katy Soljak combines two of her passions - she's also a musician by the way - in her new book My First Real Pash and Other Stories. Katy's planning a book and painting tour next year, off the back of the launch at her local art gallery on Waiheke Island this month. The title story has had a t…
 
Not many children dream of working in museums when they grow up, but Liz Cotton did and that dream's come true. She's just wrapped up her first week as the Director of Museum and Arts at Waikato Museum in Kirikiriroa/Hamilton. Liz has come to the role after working at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Auckland War Memorial Museum and the Ministry for Cu…
 
We've done lots of stories in recent years in praise of flash fiction - the always popular short-short story. But Wellington-based writer Craig Gamble prefers his short stories on the long side and has gathered together 16 stories that are a bit shorter than novellas and a bit longer than the average short story. Middle Distance, Long Stories of Ao…
 
It's a gutsy call but Auckland Theatre Company has just released a full season of plays for 2022, off the back of a frustrating two years of disrupted and cancelled productions. Artistic Director and CEO Jonathan Bielski tells Lynn Freeman he's confident the shows will go on, and has scheduled two comedies first up in recognition that Tamaki Makaur…
 
It's easy to miss Lilburn House in Wellington's well-heeled suburb of Thorndon, but the former home of foremost New Zealand composer Douglas Lilburn has a rich if, until now, not particularly well known history. The story actually intersects with one we ran on Standing Room Only last week - that of hugely influential thespian Maria Dronke who came …
 
It's been a tough secret to keep but we are delighted to announce the winner of this year's Bruce Mason Playwriting Award. The $10,000 prize goes to Chinese-Kiwi, Christchurch-based playwright Nathan Joe. The award hopes to encourage the winner to keep writing for the theatre and that's exactly what Nathan intends to do. It's a busy year for Nathan…
 
The largest number of visitors recorded at New York's Guggenheim Museum was for an exhibition of work by trailblazing Swedish artist and mystic, Hilma af Klint, that had been hidden away for decades. Now the work of this pioneer in abstract art is about to go on show here in Aotearoa. City Gallery Wellington is hosting Hilma af Klint: The Secret Pa…
 
Glamorous gowns from the astonishing high fashion collection that was the pride and joy of high country farmer Eden Hore, are temporarily leaving their Central Otago home. Eden farmed in Naseby while also managing to collect more than 200 couture gowns in the 1970s - flamboyant, colourful fashion was what he was particularly attracted to. The Dowse…
 
YouTube recently announced that it’s doing away with publicly displaying the dislike count on videos. The buttons will still be there, but the numbers will be made private for creators. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison discuss why YouTube has decided to make this change, how dislikes are a tool for harassment, and why our brains have all be…
 
On the Spoiler Specials podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate movie critic Dana Stevens is joined by Slate staff writer Heather Schwedel and New Yorker staff writer Rachel Syme to spoil the latest movie from Ridley Scott, House of Guc…
 
The holidays bring out the chef in many of us. For Vallery Lomas, stress-baking through her final year of law school laid the foundation for a career as a chef, and a victory in the Great American Baking Show. This week, she joins host Jason Johnson this week to talk about her unlikely path to celebrity chef status, and her new book Life is What Yo…
 
Welcome to #HeavyBeats a show with some of the heaviest electronic dance music from around the World, mixed over 4 decks and presented by @AdamKDJ. We think differently when mixing tracks. This episode is a calm before the storm. End of year charts and mixes incoming and some guy in a red suit and his naughty helpers! The countdown is on to a HEAVY…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate staff writer Rebecca Onion is joined by leftovers expert and cookbook author Tamar Adler, author of An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace, to talk about what to do with all your excess food. They start out by discussing why dealing with leftovers has historically fallen on women and the divis…
 
So much has happened on the internet in 2021, from Bernie in his mittens to the big boat stuck in the Panama Canal. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison are joined at the Friendsgiving table by Buzzfeed’s Elamin Abdelmahmoud and Autostraddle’s Christina Grace Tucker to discuss the funniest, craziest, and horniest things to come across their fee…
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by New York Times columnist and Slate graduate Jamelle Bouie. First, the panel discusses the Richard Williams—father of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams—biopic, starring Will Smith, King Richard. Next, the panel is joined by Slate music critic Carl Wilson as they break down Adele’s latest emotional rolle…
 
November is almost over, but we have a podcast just in time for those horrible travel conditions. Enjoy! Track Listing: 1.) Low Life - The Police 2.) Not One Of Us - Peter Gabriel 3.) Chihuahua [12" Version] - Bow Wow Wow 4.) Dark And Dangerous Guy - Missing Persons 5.) The Smartest Person I Know - The Waitresses 6.) Original Sin [Dance Version] - …
 
HeavyBeats HeavyHitters is our chance to hand the decks over to amazing talent that exists within our industry. This month’s HeavyBeats HeavyHitters mix lands from Mexico thanks to Sergio Gaytan! We’ve been playing his tunes and aware of his remixes for some time and recently we ended up on the same Horatio - Eternal remix package so we had to take…
 
Not many bands in history could, within the space of a few days, go from recording the genre-bending "Strawberry Fields Forever" to the genre-specific "When I'm 64." Then again, not many bands are...The Beatles. Written by Paul at the ripe old age of FOURTEEN, and frequently utilized as a way to kill time when stage power blew at the Casbah or Cave…
 
When you think about the game, you lose the game. When you lose the game you must declare that you have lost the game, causing all others in your vicinity to also lose the game. That’s it, that’s the game. The game is mind game that trades on a quirk of human psychology, and is so intensely viral that it went from a college science fiction club in-…
 
Rub Radio is international zone coasting this month, playing our favorite new music from all over: Toronto, Montreal, Haiti, South Africa, Nigeria, Jamaica, Los Angeles, Hamburg, Belfast, London, Atlanta, Memphis, Queens, Philly, Newark… Grab your passport and let’s go! DOWNLOAD Rub Radio (November 2021) Tracklist: Fireboy DML – Peru Kaytranada – $…
 
Slate Money is obsessed with Succession, HBO's wonderful drama about the lives of the superrich Roy family. So, every Monday, we'll be discussing the previous night's episode with spoiler-filled glee. For Episode 6, Felix Salmon and Emily Peck are joined byjournalist, author and Godmother of Slate Money Succession, Taffy Brodesser-Akner to talk abo…
 
To celebrate our 6th anniversary we called on one of the most well known MC's around. MC STRETCH is the official voice for Tomorrowland's mainstage for over 16 years and millions have danced with his rhymes either in the main stage or via the livestreams. In this one hour talk he talks with Johny Walker about the purveyance of discrimination and ex…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Oliver Burkeman, author of the book Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals. In the interview, Oliver shares his philosophy of time management, which hinges on the finite nature of life. He also discusses his previous experience as a “productivity geek” and explains some of the dangers of obsessive time…
 
From heading out into the wilds of the South Island to thunderous dancing in country halls, Jeffrey Paparoa Holman takes us on many an adventure with fishermen and musterers in his new poetry collection. It's called After Hours Trading & The Flying Squad. Small towns, vast landscapes and extreme weather are very much a part of this collection, as J…
 
A poem told through the eyes, or keys, of an abandoned piano... fallen angels... forgotten women... and an astronaut - all feature in Cantabrian Joanna Preston's second poetry collection, tumble. She uses a variety of poetic techniques, from traditional short forms to expansive free verse. Joanna's first collection The Summer King won two prizes - …
 
Elisabeth Pointon and Christopher Ulutupu are long-time friends, flatmates and artists known for challenging Pacific stereotypes. Now they're collaborating for the first time on a video work that's part of a show called Mischief Makers. The exhibition at Pataka in Porirua brings together art by Maori and Moana artists that's unashamedly fun, coming…
 
A mysterious gathering of characters who've found themselves stranded in a once high-end, now run-down 1930's German hotel - that's the backdrop to Heather Straka's new exhibition Isolation Hotel. It's her contribution to Christchurch's SCAPE Public Art event, where commissioned artworks take over parts of the city. The characters have been photogr…
 
A dance work exploring the sometimes toxic power imbalance between choreographers and dancers is part of the line up for this year's Otautahi TINY Performance Festival. The festival started in 2019 as a platform and a community hub for the next wave of performance makers and audiences in Christchurch. It had to be cancelled last year due to the pan…
 
Medical practitioners from around the country with a side-hussle as artists are about to put their works on show. The exhibition is called Beyond the Mask. As part of the annual conference of the country's doctors and dentists, they've chipped in around 50 paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography for the show. Even though the conference itsel…
 
One of the first Kiwi creatives to put up their hands to help schools struggling with post-Covid-mandate staff shortages has also just won a Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement. And to top off a big month, Anne Kennedy has just published a new collection of often confronting poems, The Sea Walks into a Wall. Anne's also a novellist and…
 
The flashy 1980s are remembered for being wildly over the top - big hair and big shoulder pads, Dynasty, Duran Duran and Michael Jackson. But in Aotearoa it was also a decade of protests and change, from the 1981 Springbok rugby tour protests and Rob Muldoon's Think Big projects, to Rogernomics and the Homosexual Law Reform. A curator for The New Z…
 
Thirty-five years ago, in the fall of 1986, women with rock foundations and pop sensibilities were doing quite well on the charts. Three acts in particular were drawing sizable attention—and they were all singing on the same album: Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors, which featured backing vocals by the Bangles and ’Til Tuesday’s Aimee Mann. It turns out t…
 
The realm of fan fiction is a wild, magical place to be, especially if that fan fiction is set at Hogwarts. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison talk about All the Young Dudes, an extensive Harry Potter fan fiction that has inspired a fandom all its own, and just how that fandom came to be. But first, they chat about National Novel Writing Mont…
 
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