Average rating:

4.5
out of 78 ratings.

Just started listening.

by Damion Rowe on
Rating: ★★★★★

Fantastic Stuff

Great podcast

by jmanns88 on
Rating: ★★★★★

Love hearing other artists discuss their favorite albums. Informitave and fun.

You’d Be Foolish to Pass Up

by Loridans1 on
Rating: ★★★★★

I have listened to this podcast on and off for several years and recommend it as one of the most interesting of its kind. There are episodes on new bands and the present music scene in Australia along with informative and incisive shows on classic music from the 1960’s forward. My apologies to the hosts and producers. I have been meaning to write this review for quite a while because though I listen to many podcasts covering areas similar to that of this podcast, this Australian endeavor is at or near the top of all those out there.

Excellent Podcast!

by Former Ump on
Rating: ★★★★★

Jeremy,I enjoy thoroughly enjoy your podcast. I’ve always intrinsically known that the creativity sparks more creativity, and your podcast makes that very clear. The inspiration that other musicians and arts site from their favorite music further illustrates this point. I was initially attracted too your podcast because it wasn’t just a track by track rubdown with musician’s breaking down the technical minutiae of a song ad nauseam. Thank you Jeremy, for your podcast. I look forward to further episodes.

The Replacements

by Jerry Gong on
Rating: ★★★★★

Loved it.

I'm hooked

by sillybonky on
Rating: ★★★★★

One episode in and I can't wait to hear the rest! What a great new find to dive into!

Outstanding

by Hard to find a new nickname on
Rating: ★★★★★

Great podcast yielding many new insights into much-loved music...

Smart and fun

by Flikspot on
Rating: ★★★★★

I spent some time with other album podcasts - wish I had found this one first. Light years ahead in terms of the intelligence of the dialogue.

Fantastic music podcast

by Jonathanjka on
Rating: ★★★★★

Talking about music is hard. As evidenced by the lack of great podcasts especially designated for interviews with musicians (there are many of them, it's just that they're rarely good!), it's no easy feat to get musicians to churn out good conversations the way, say, writers do. Jeremy Dylan seems to have found the secret: to get them to talk about other people's music. As a journalist, he also has the talent for shaping the arc of the conversation that makes it interesting. Can't get enough!

My favorite podcast (about music)

by jaxnider on
Rating: ★★★★★

I originally gave 4 stars & for the only reason I didn't really know a lot of the Australian artists/musicians that were guests, then I realized that was stupid so I changed my rating. Now I'm learning about these people from the other side of the world & it turns out they like the same music I do! Great insights to a lot of great music, Jeremy knows his stuff & the right questions to ask. Discovered it about 2 months ago & am listening every week.