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Back to the Future is turning 35 and there's no better way to celebrate than a conversation with Huey Lewis who turned in one of the more memorable movie themes of all time: "The Power of Love." The song was a sensation when it was released, propelling Huey Lewis and the News further than even their hit album Sports had. Bruce Headlam talks to Huey Lewis about how this song came together and mines form him some wild stories about his family, upbringing and success. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: You can also check out past episodes here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Establishment strikes back in this second installment of the Rolling Stones time in Swinging London. UK pop star Donovan is busted, a precursor to the Stones Redlands bust. Mick Jagger is in jail looking at hard time. The tabloids and the coppers are in league to bring down the disruptive Rolling Stones while the myth of Keith Richards is born. Learn more about your ad-choices at
The Central Park co-creator on the soundtrack to big moments in his life.
Ingrid Newkirk is the co-founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA. It may be America’s best-known animal rights organization thanks to legal sophistication, scientific seriousness, and off-the-wall publicity stunts like throwing fake blood on models wearing fur, or infiltrating a KFC chicken-supplier to publicize alleged cruelty.  They're also famous because a lot of big-name vegetarians have lent them a hand, including Alec, who narrated a documentary for PETA about animal abuse in traveling circuses, among other collaborations.  Newkirk tells the story of her transformation from the happily carnivorous daughter of an engineer in New Delhi, to deputy sheriff in Maryland, to the nation's foremost warrior against "speciesism."  Alec and Newkirk also go through all the big contemporary questions in animal rights, from hunting to animal-testing to roadside zoos, and she shares insights from her latest book about animal psychology and cognition, Animalkind.
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It's been nearly 35 years since the Beastie Boys released their classic debut album, Licensed To Ill. In this candid conversation, Rick Rubin, who started out as the Beastie's DJ, reconnects with Mike D and Ad-Rock. Spike Jonze, who directed the new Beastie Boys documentary, Beastie Boys Story, also sits in and plays moderator. It's been nearly 20 years since Ad-Rock and Rick have talked and like old friends, they jump right into a slew of inside jokes and hilarious memories of their lives leading up to the release of Licensed to Ill. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: You can also check out past episodes here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
London was swinging. Keith Richards was in jail. The Kray Twins were menacing about. Brian Jones was on too much LSD. Aristocrats were tripping over themselves to hang out with the Rolling Stones. England was smitten. The London Establishment was freaking out and the Stones’ manager wanted to know one thing: Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone?  Learn more about your ad-choices at
On this episode of the People's Party, Talib Kweli and co-host Jasmin Leigh talk to rapper, producer and actor, Method Man.
Vlad made his way to the No Jumper's studio for his second major interview with Adam to details his new venture with iHeart! The two also talked about business etiquette, shared legendary stories about Akon, Q from Worldstarr, and Craig Hodges, Vlad's beefs with Charlamagne, Joe Budden, King Crooked, Doja Cat and more. Vlad also explains how he's running his business and what he has done to make it a success. 9:32 Vlad doesn't support 6ix9ine one bit and explains why he really snitched 14:46 Vlad talks about Nicki's history when it comes to who she associates herself with "Obviously she has no moral compass" 31:49 Vlad's relationship with Dame + People who had issues with Vlad and Adam's interview about Dame 48:35 Vlad getting heat for his No Plug interview on Bankroll Fresh and him shooting first 1:22:47 Vlad explains his falling out with Charlamagne and how they eventually apologized to each other ----- FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES FOLLOW OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST! CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: Follow us on Soundcloud: iTunes: Follow us on Social Media: JOIN THE DISCORD: Follow Adam22: and adam22hoe on Snapchat
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We begin with a simple question: How did the queen of the boob joke become a feminist icon? Helen Morales, author of “Pilgrimage to Dollywood,” gave us a stern directive – look at the lyrics! So we dive into Dolly’s discography, starting with the early period of what Dolly calls “sad ass songs” to find remarkably prescient words of female pain, slut-shaming, domestic violence, and women being locked away in asylums by cheating husbands. We explore how Dolly took the centuries-old tradition of the Appalachian “murder ballad”—an oral tradition of men singing songs about brutally killing women—and flipped the script, singing from the woman’s point of view. And as her career progresses, the songs expand beyond the pain to tell tales of leaving abuse behind. How can such pro-woman lyrics come from someone who despises the word feminism? Dolly explains.  
This week's "best new albums" shortlist includes the genre-defying sounds of Arca, Carlos Niño & Miguel Atwood-Ferguson's transporting improvisations, HAIM, sacred soul and more.Featured Albums:1. Bad Moves — Untenable Featured Song: "Local Radio"2. Arca — KiCk iFeatured Song: "Riquiqui"3. Becca Mancari — The Greatest PartFeatured Song: "The First Time"4. Carlos Niño & Miguel Atwood-Ferguson — Chicago WavesFeatured Song: "Part VI-Into Eternity"5. HAIM — Women in Music Pt. IIIFeatured Songs: "Los Angeles" and "Man From the Magazine"6. Dedicated Men of Zion — Can't Turn Me AroundFeatured Song: "Down Here Lord"7. Khruangbin — MordechaiFeatured Song: "Time (You and I)"8. Derrick Hodge — Color of NoizeFeatured Song: "You Could Have Stayed"Other notable releases for June 26: Angela Muñoz & Adrian Younge — Introspection; BOYO — Where Have All My Friends Gone?; Brian McKnight — Exodus; Gabriel Olafs — Piano Works; Gordi — Our Two Skins; HUM — Inlet; Japandroids — Massey F****** Hall; Jessie Ware — What's Your Pleasure?; Maceo Parker — Soul Food Cooking With Maceo; Nana Grizol — South Somewhere Else; Ray LaMontagne — Monovision; Tenille Townes — The Lemonade Stand.
Micky Dolenz was a successful child-actor, but he became a full-fledged star at 20 in 1966 as the exuberant singer and drummer of The Monkees -- or rather, as the actor playing that character.  At first, the band was a creation of NBC and only existed on the show The Monkees.  For the first season, much of the backing music was played by a studio band.  Eventually, that changed, and The Monkees' transition from a TV band to a real band is a fascinating story of hard work, perseverance, and marketing genius.  Dolenz brings all the energy and humor he showed on The Monkees to this episode of Here's the Thing, telling Alec about the dynamics among the bandmates, his years as a successful TV producer in the UK, and what it's like touring -- and recording -- as a member of The Monkees 50 years after the end of the show.
Porter Wagoner led the most successful country music television show of its time, and in 1967 he needed a new “girl singer.” He turned to a 21 year old songwriter named Dolly Parton, who’d just recorded her first hit “Dumb Blonde.” So began a nearly decade-long partnership that, behind the scenes, was as contentious as it was commercially successful. This episode tells the story of the “Porter years,” the period during which Dolly arguably discovers her power - both as a performer and songwriter - and then makes the difficult (and radical for its time) decision to strike out on her own. Through interviews with Dolly, country music star Marty Stuart, Wagonmaster Buck Trent, and Porter’s daughter Deborah Wagoner, we explore how Dolly handled what’s sometimes called the great “hillbilly divorce” with such characteristic grace. 
On this episode of the People's Party, Talib Kweli and co-host Jasmin Leigh talk to comedian, actor and writer Michael Che.
We journey into the Dollyverse dimension: "Tennessee Mountain Home."Like all law abiding Tennesseans, Jad grew up with the song on a loop.  He hadn’t planned to talk with Dolly about it, but much to his surprise, he is drawn into a Tennessee Mountain Trance.  The trance opens a portal to many questions about country music, authenticity, nostalgia and belonging.  And to a place called Dollywood. We visit the replica of Dolly’s childhood cabin and find thousands of other pilgrims similarly entranced.  Along the way, we meet Wandee Pryor, who lived in a Dolly dreamworld as a girl.  And also, halfway around the world, Esther Konkara, the self-proclaimed “Kenyan Dolly Parton,” who sings "Tennessee Mountain Home" as an ode to the hills of Nairobi - hills she has not yet left.  The Tennessee Mountain home begins to seem like part of a Disney fairytale.But then, Jad and Shima get a call from Dolly’s nephew and head of security Bryan Seaver, who makes an irresistible offer. 
In this episode, we go back up the mountain to visit Dolly’s actual Tennessee mountain home.  But, can you ever go home again?  Dolly tells us stories about her first trips out of the holler, and shares with us where she lives now. Back on the mountaintop, standing under the rain by the Little Pigeon River, the trip triggers memories of Jad’s first visit to his father's childhood home, and opens the gateway to dizzying stories of music and migration.
Woody Allen's new book, Apropos of Nothing, starts with a portrait of his father, a tough-guy World War One Navy veteran and onetime gunman in a firing squad.  It's the first of a series of surprising, fascinating stories from a life that went from working-class Jewish Brooklyn in the 1940s to movie sets in Rome and Paris.  The book also addresses the accusation of an incident of sexual abuse leveled by Dylan Farrow.  Allen and Alec cover it all -- plus how he's doing in the age of coronavirus -- in this candid and wide-ranging interview.
As the peace-and-love revolution starts to sweep the nation, Jim Morrison counters with a revolution of his own. He calls the hippies’ bluff with acts of destruction, defiance, and debauchery. His reputation as a cockeyed troublemaker grows, from L.A. to San Francisco to Detroit, where a young and impressionable Iggy Pop has his own epiphany. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Dolly Parton and politics have always had an interesting relationship. On the one hand, she wrote 9 to 5, the anthem for working women and the theme song for a movie inspired by a new labor union. On the other hand, she refuses to answer questions about President Trump, or any question on politics period. Her nephew calls this “Dollitics”: Dolly doesn’t take a position because she knows half her fans are on the right, half are on the left. In this moment in history, how should we think of this kind of fiercely apolitical stance?  Is it desirable, or even possible?
One of Dolly’s most iconic and successful songs is “Jolene,” a song that, at first listen, is about a romantic rival trying to steal her man: a prime example of the classic “cheating song.”  But some see it as flipping a popular country music trope on its head. This idea takes shape when Nadine Hubbs, a professor at the University of Michigan, writes a fourth verse to “Jolene," which makes us reimagine Dolly's songs in entirely new ways. 
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At the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, we drop in on a history class called “Dolly Parton’s America.” (We borrowed the name for our series!) Taught by Dr. Lynn Sacco, the class is filled with college students who grew up in rural Appalachia, many of whom are the first in their families to attend college.  Dr Sacco gives the class an assignment: Write an essay that answers the question “What is Dolly Parton’s America?” Lurking just behind that question are thornier ones about Southern shame and identity and hillbillies and football and...well, Dolly.  Is Dolly helping or hurting us? The class splits down the middle.    Editor’s Note:  We made two corrections to this podcast, originally released on December 3.  In referring to the location of the Battle of Blair Mountain, we changed “Southwestern Virginia” to “West Virginia.” And on the origin of the term redneck, we inserted narration that makes clear that the etymology of the term goes back farther than the Battle of Blair Mountain.  
Few pop artists achieved the dizzying creative and career highs that Prince did. An artist who famously stayed away from drugs and most anything that would cause him to lose control, Prince was aided in his legendary musical output by a small army of creative alter egos, who helped him maintain control and helped him reign supreme as one of the greatest pop musicians of all time, until of course, all control was lost. Learn more about your ad-choices at
This episode delves into the controversy surrounding Dolly Parton’s Stampede (formerly known as “Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede”)—a dinner theater that presents the Civil War as a friendly competition between neighbors. In the wake of the Charlottesville Riots in 2017, the Dixie Stampede was called out by the press, and then became embroiled in the larger national conversation about Civil War monuments and the white-washing of history. Dolly’s business conglomerate decided to eliminate “Dixie” from the name, which caused further uproar.  Dolly embodies “a quivering mass of irreconcilable contradictions” in a way very few other American figures do… but has America arrived at a place where such contradictions are no longer defensible or tolerable? 
Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Babyface talks about his early life, the importance of translating his heartbreaks into music and what it was like working with artists like Whitney Houston, Boyz II Men, Toni Braxton and so many more. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby talks to Charlie Worsham who is from Mississippi and very passionate about a change being needed to the flag of his home state. Charlie also talks about making his Opry debut as a kid and getting to write a song with his hero Vince Gill.  Bobby also talks to Kurt Bardella of “The Morning Hangover” about his article on USA Today regarding Lady A changing their name. They also talk about the significance of country music award shows during a pandemic. Check out his article here: This also features Bobby's Game Show "Super Easy Trivia" with Dustin Lynch and Chuck Wicks! Learn more about your ad-choices at
A conversation about the activism feedback loop between stans and the stars they obsess over.
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While L.A.’s Watts neighborhood erupts in riots, Jim Morrison fights a riot in his own mind. His internal struggle between reality and fantasy leads him to hold a friend at knifepoint, heckle his soon-to-be bandmate, and return from a trip to the desert with a mysterious tale of murder. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Lucinda Williams is defying convention. While most of her peers have settled into a well worn groove, the alt-country icon just released an album that's way more punk than country. She spoke with Bruce Headlam from her home in Nashville about her evolving sound and how her new album was influenced by politics and an abusive relationship. She also plays a few acoustic versions of her new songs. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: You can also check out past episodes here: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Tracklisting: 01. D-Formation - Inner (Original Mix)02. Jan Blomqvist - The Space In Between us (Ben Böhmer Remix)03. Audiojack - Higher (Original Mix)04. Nora En Pure - Bartok (Original Mix)05. Pavel Petrov - La Bamba (Original Mix)06. Morttagua - The Mantra (Original Mix)07. Horisone - Nomite (Passenger 10 Remix)08. Eelke Kleijn - Lost Souls (Nora En Pure Remix)09. ID - ID (Original Mix)10. Joris Voorn - Antigone (Yotto Remix)11. Nora En Pure - Epiphany (Original Mix)12. ID - ID (Original Mix)13. Tinlicker - Vanishing (Dosem Remix)14. Township Rebellion - Infinite Meadow (Original Mix)
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Jim Morrison died mysteriously at the age of 27 after a life of confrontation and chaos. He actively tried to cause riots from the stage. Dared cops to arrest him. Became someone else on the side of a highway. Was put in his place more than once by an irritated Janis Joplin. All these stories and more in the season two premiere of The 27 Club. Learn more about your ad-choices at
As Dolly will tell you, so much of who she is - her creativity, her music, her stance on life - emanates from her faith, but what exactly is that faith? The answer is deeply surprising. In this episode, Dolly tells a story of finding God in an abandoned church filled with X-rated graffiti.  And she speaks of her plans for how she'll be remembered after she’s gone—how her voice will live on for the next 50, 100, 200 years.
We continue our serialized analysis of Beyoncé’s Lemonade by dissecting its eleventh and final chapter “Redemption,” which features the song “All Night.” Beyoncé marks the conclusion of her personal journey and the redemption of her marriage. She has triumphed over the curse that plagued her and her family throughout the film, and she celebrates having turned lemons into lemonade. A visual guide for this episode can be found at Follow us on social media @dissectpodcast. S6 merch can be purchased at
Get ready for a fresh batch of new bangers on this week's #HeldeepRadio! Oliver plays new music from Don Diablo, Kyle Watson, Camelphat & Yannis, Bellecour, Ellis and also drops his brand new HI-LO track "Zeus"! #heldeepradio | |
Rick Rubin checks in with RZA on Zoom and finds out he's been peaking creatively while in quarantine. Their wide-ranging conversation covers RZA's first experiences with Hip Hop, ODB's parkour-like skills as a child, the spontaneity of classic Wu-Tang recording sessions, and how RZA almost gave up all of his earthly possessions to live with monks in China's Wudang Mountains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Take two nationally respected rock critics, the latest music news, personal commentary, and exclusive interviews and performances, add a huge pile of records old and new, and the result is Sound Opinions - the world's only rock and roll talk show.
In the midst of a crisis it can be healthy to think of what comes after.  In this episode of Here's the Thing, two of the most influential New Yorkers when it comes to long-term economic planning join Alec to discuss whether the current economic crisis will end quickly when businesses can reopen, or whether instead it's the start of a longer decline.  Kathryn Wylde is a veteran of the urban renewal battles of the 1980s and currently the head of the city's elite business consortium, the Partnership for New York City.  She worries that what makes New York special will now be associated with the spread of disease: its dense population and communal spaces like theaters, museums, bars, and vibrant workplaces.  Tom Wright's organization, the influential Regional Plan Association, is reshaping its long-term vision for the city based on the potential for reduced growth -- but Wright says that New York is well positioned to get back on track thanks to its experience overcoming past crises like 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy.
Jim Morrison died mysteriously at the age of 27 after a life of confrontation and chaos. He actively tried to cause riots from the stage. Dared cops to arrest him. Became someone else on the side of a highway. Was put in his place more than once by an irritated Janis Joplin. All these stories and more in the season two premiere of The 27 Club. Learn more about your ad-choices at
While L.A.’s Watts neighborhood erupts in riots, Jim Morrison fights a riot in his own mind. His internal struggle between reality and fantasy leads him to hold a friend at knifepoint, heckle his soon-to-be bandmate, and return from a trip to the desert with a mysterious tale of murder. Learn more about your ad-choices at
In 1999 filmmaker Baz Luhrmann’s released the song “Everybody’s Free To Wear Sunscreen,” a 7 minute long graduation speech set to downtempo electronic music. It was a highly unlikely hit that made its way across continents and eventually into the ears of a young Avery Trufelman. For over 20 years, Trufelman has applied the song’s advice to her daily life: “wear sunscreen… be nice to your siblings… do one thing every day that scares you.” This unusual song has left a lasting impression, and yet for Trufelman, it makes no sense that “The Sunscreen Song” was commercially successful. We track down the song’s many creators to unpack one of the internet’s first conspiracy theories that turned into the Billboard’s greatest outlier.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Is Hatebreed overrated, underrated, or appropriately rated? What about Dag Nasty? Ekulu? Lotta bands are examined this episode TASTEFULLY AND WITH RESPECT. Also, Chicago Fire, the Dick Wolf extended universe, and more!
Bradley and T. Kyle discuss 24/7 Quarantineney Watch, including Britney’s cute, RESPONSIBLE masked beach day with her boyfriend Sam Asghari, her workout video in her burnt down gym, “Mood Ring (By Demand) - The Remixes” featuring “the real one,” Britney’s Pride 2020 message to everyone at the LGBTQ community, Lady Gaga’s squiggly signed ‘Chromatica’ albums and her Zoom Quarantine Club moment, Kelly Clarkson’s Emmy win and soon-to-be EGOT status, the return of the Spice Girls (without Victoria Beckham) in 2021, High Fashion Editorial! featuring Lourdes Leon’s hair flip and Jessie Ware’s “What’s Your Pleasure” video with Nicholas Huchard, BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That” and their ‘Fallon’ performance, Jessie Ware’s ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’ album, new music from INNA, Tom Aspaul, Dannii Minogue, Kaskade and non-new music from Rihanna and Adele. Happy Pride!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @legendsonly_podFollow T. Kyle on Twitter: @tkylemac IG: @t.kyleFollow Bradley on Twitter: @muumuse IG: @muumuseSupport Legends Only on Patreon! Get bonus content on Patreon! See for privacy and opt-out information.
Alison is joined by female producer/DJ LARI LUKE for an exclusive guest mix! Don't forget to rate & review on all of your favorite podcast apps! Post your comments on Twitter @awonderland / #RADIOWONDERLAND
In celebration of his Anjunabeats debut ‘Part Of Me’, Spada is in the mix for Anjunabeats Worldwide #682
Music performed by:  Justin Hiltner (@hiltnerj, Esther Konkara (@esther_konkara) Steph Jenkins (@slhjenkins, Stephanie Coleman (@stephiecoleman) Courtney Hartman (@courthartman, Shelley Washington (@shelleyplaysaxy, Bora Yoon (@borabot, Caroline Shaw (@caroshawmusic, Recordings from National Sawdust were part of the NationalSawdust+ series: Elena Park is the curator of NationalSawdust+ Special thanks to recording engineer Garth MacAleavey, Jeff Tang, Charles Hagaman, and everyone at National Sawdust.  Thanks also to Alex Overington and Jeremy Bloom for mix engineering.
Tritonia 305 Tracklist: 1. ARTY - Horyzon (Original Mix) [00:58] 2. Tritonal with Brooke Williams - Someone to Love You (Zack Evans Remix) [4:41] 3. Bencali - Nobody Else (Original Mix) [8:00] 4. Pharien - Say It Better (Original Mix) [10:48] 5. Michael Calfan & Martin Solveig - No Lie (Hügel Extended Remix) [13:50] 6. Lost Prince - NVER (Original Mix) [16:58] 7. PRAANA & Ram Das - Still Small Voice (Original Mix) [20:07] 8. Sam Feldt & VIZE - Far Away From Home feat. Leony (MOTi Remix) [27:28] 9. Ryos - Heat (Original Mix) [30:20] 10. Super8 & Tab vs. Fatum - Open My Eyes (Original Mix) [31:36] 11. Tritonal - Born Yesterday feat. Brigetta (East & Atlas Remix) [35:10] 12. Above & Beyond feat. Zoe Johnston - Reverie (Above & Beyond Club Mix) [41:05] 13. Farius - Weak Heart (Original Mix EDIT) [46:00] 14. Jaytech - Tigerlily (CAAVA Remix) [49:16] 15. Dezza feat. Mike Schmid - Carry Me (Milkwish Remix) [53:17] 16. Leaving Laurel - Through and Through (Original Mix) [57:24]
Lady Gaga’s 6th album is a conceptual release about a future that is neither utopian nor dystopian. Despite its sci-fi visuals, the album looks more to the past and present than the future. Chromatica gives us a world that sounds like 90s house music made for this summer’s cancelled Pride parties. It is lyrically somber, but musically upbeat, a productive tension that inspires hope. Gaga shared that she made this album to help her and her ‘little monsters’ dance through the pain. So we called on our listeners to dig up the most meaningful moments on the album and help us tour the world of Chromatica. SONGS DISCUSSED Lady Gaga - Chromatica I, 1000 Doves, Alice, Bad Romance, Stupid Love, Fun Tonight, Paparazzi, The Fame, Rain On Me, Since From Above, Babylon Gwen McCray - All This Love Cassius - Feeling For You Avicci & Sebastien Drums - My Feelings For You MORE "Welcome To Chromatica" playlist: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The rappers Prodigy and Havoc met when they were still in high school in New York. Havoc grew up in Queensbridge, the biggest public housing projects in the country, and as a teenager, Prodigy lived there for a while, too. The two of them formed Mobb Deep in 1991. In 1995, they put out their second album, The Infamous. It was a success when it came out, but in the 25 years since then, the influence of the album has only grown. Complex named it one of the 10 best rap albums of the 90s, and Pitchfork gave the album a rare perfect score, 10 out of 10. The Washington Post called it a “masterpiece” of hardcore rap, and in Slate, it was called one of the best albums of the ‘90s, and one of the best hip-hop albums ever made. Their biggest song from the album was “Shook Ones, Pt. II.” Havoc made the now-legendary beat that he and Prodigy rap over. To celebrate the 25th anniversary, Havoc told me the story of how the whole song came together. Prodigy passed away in 2017, from complications due to sickle-cell anemia, a debilitating disease he’d battled his entire life. But the legacy of Mobb Deep lives on. A new, expanded, 25th anniversary edition of The Infamous just came out in April.
With summer upon us, it's another great week of new music for Markus Schulz to share with you on Global DJ Broadcast; including tunes from Kyau & Albert, Above & Beyond, Tritonal and Bart Skils among others, alongside all the usual features. In the second hour, he is joined by one of the hottest new talents in the progressive scene, Matt Fax, for the guestmix.   Hope you enjoy the mix, and continue to stay safe and healthy. The World Tour returns next week with more liveset memories. And in two weeks, one of the most anticipated episodes all year long - the annual and always emotional Global DJ Broadcast Sunrise Set.   Tracklist:   Markus Schulz 01. BT & Matt Fax - 1 AM in Paris 02. Kyau & Albert and Steve Brian - Candy 03. Lifelike & Kris Menace - Discopolis 2.0 (MEDUZA Remix) 04. Axis - Wasted 05. Above & Beyond featuring Zoe Johnston - Reverie (Above & Beyond Club Mix) 06. Adrian Alexander & Paul Arcane - In My Soul (Sunny Lax Remix) 07. Dave Martin - Forbidden 08. Tritonal with Brooke Williams - Someone to Love You (Zack Evans Remix) 09. Kevin Shiah - Water St. 10. Bart Skils - Settle in the Sun [Sound from the Rabbithole] 11. Nifra vs. Mark Sherry - Total Tomboy (Markus Schulz Mashup) [Mashup of the Week] 12. Ferry Corsten & Ciaran McAuley - Mo Chara 13. Mark Sixma presents M6 - Never Forgotten 14. Arkham Knights - Closing In [Global Selection] 15. Daxson & Dan Thompson - Echoes in Eternity 16. Eximinds & Eldream & Mark Wild - Sarabande 17. Whiteroom featuring Amy Cooper - Someday [Classic of the Week]   Matt Fax 01. Matt Fax - Light On 02. Matt Fax featuring RBBTS - Set Your Sails 03. Matt Fax - Abenaki 04. BT & Matt Fax - 1 AM in Paris 05. Matt Fax - The Time Has Come   Back with Markus Schulz 18. Mike EFEX - Shadow and Flame 19. Yotto - Tarantia 20. Cirez D - The Raid 21. Genix - Rave Daze 22. NOMADsignal vs. Lentos - Forget About Cesium-137 (Markus Schulz Mashup) 23. Quantor - New Ways 24. Alexander Popov & ENZO featuring Cari - Stranger Inside 25. Claus Backslash - Legendary Places
Be a part of the journey and allow Claptone to transport you to a place of sonic delights, with a mix designed to enchant outside of the club. Follow our golden masked friend and be the first to hear the new editions of the CLAPCAST tale... 01. Alek Soltirov - Playtime (Original Mix) [Good For You]02. Madonna - Vogue (Riva Starr VIP Edit) [White]03. Kaiser Waldon - Frankie Knuckles (Original Mix) [Music to Dance To]04. Doorly & Colour Castle present Misingo - Disco Bango (Extended Mix) [All My Friends]05. Diplo & Sidepiece - On My Mind (Purple Disco Machine Remix) [Mad Decent]06. Bram Fidder - Perfect Love (Extended Mix) [SPRS]07. Dombresky & Boston Bun - Stronger (Mat.Joe's PRïMA Mix) [Toolroom]08. Boys Noize - Mvinline (Extended Mix) [Defected]09. George Privatti, Guille Placencia - Go Girl (Original Mix) [La Pera]10. Fallon - Yup (Christian Nielsen Remix) [Another Rhythm / Asylum]11. GW Harrison - Hear My Soul (Original Mix) [Toolroom]12. Heider - Energy (Original Mix) [Toolroom]
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Direct from the Insomniac HQ in Los Angeles, Night Owl Radio is a weekly show presented by the Night Owl himself aka Pasquale Rotella. With special guest mixes, exclusive info on Insomniac Events and lots of interaction with you, the Headliners. Get involved on Twitter @PasqualeRotella and use the hashtag #NightOwlRadio. This week Whethan selects his Up All Night tracks and Mihalis Safras delivers the exclusive Guest mix.
This week on A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, we make two phone calls to Atlanta legends, chopping it up with Big Boi and Sleepy Brown to discuss their collaborative project The Big Sleepover and their individual journeys from Savannah to A-Town to international funk superstardom, as well as stories about Organized Noize, TLC, Jay-Z, Puff Daddy, Pimp C, George Clinton, Missy Elliott, Jermaine Dupri, Bobby Brown, Ludacris, Bubba Sparxxx, Dr. Dre, Pharrell, Sade, Brick, The Source Awards, The Grammys, Andre 3000's driving, the International Players Anthem video shoot, who came up with the double-CD idea for Outkast, owls, bengal tigers, sharks, and so much more! See for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome back Daebak fam! Join Eric and Diane as they review 'Sour Candy' by Lady Gaga & BLACKPINK, 'Still With You' by Jungkook, and 'God's Menu' by Stray Kids. Eric also shares his 2 week quarantine experience in Korea and begs for a BLACKPINK comeback (little did he know... they're finally back)! Make sure to subscribe to @daebakshow (IT’S FREE) and leave a comment, rating and/or review on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, and YouTube. Episodes are presented by @thedivestudios Connect with us on all social media platforms @daebakshow and at ! SUPPORT & JOIN DIVE Studios' Patreon: #EricNam #에릭남 #BlackPink #LadyGaga #Jungkook #StrayKids #DaebakShow #DIVEStudios 
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Our shortlist of the week's best new albums includes a celebration of love from John Legend, a stunning release from Phoebe Bridgers, a long-lost Neil Young record, the Malian singer Oumou Sangaré and more.Featured Albums:1. Phantom Planet — DevastatorFeatured Song: "Time Moves On"2. John Legend — Bigger LoveFeatured Song: "Ooh Laa"3. Phoebe Bridgers — PunisherFeatured Songs: "Punisher" and "I Know The End"4. Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad - JID 0025. Bob Dylan — Rough and Rowdy WaysFeatured Song: "Goodbye Jimmy Reed"6. Neil Young — HomegrownFeatured Song: "Separate Ways"7. Oumou Sangaré — AcousticFeatured Song: "Diaraby Nene"Other notable releases for June 19: Braids — Shadow Offering; Don Bryant — You Make Me Feel; Gabby Bryant — GOLDMINE; Owen — The Avalanche; Sault — Untitled; Teyana Taylor — The Album; Wire — 10:20; Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile — Not Our First Goat Rodeo
Press Play Quarantine Volume 8 is an all soca edition. Some soca songs to make the ladies bubble a bit. Press play and enjoy!!
Hall & Oates is the biggest-selling vocal duo in history.  "Maneater," "Rich Girl," "You Make My Dreams Come True," and countless other hits will be beloved for generations.  So Daryl Hall has long been at the top of Alec's Most Wanted list for Here's the Thing.  When the conversation finally took place this past December, it was on Hall's home-turf:  Daryl's House, his restaurant and music-venue in Pawling, NY.  In a conversation interspersed with some classic recordings, Hall talks about his teen years in suburban Pennsylvania singing doo-wop on the streets with his friends -- a far cry from the rock-star life he was leading 15 years later.  For that transition to happen, he first had to meet John Oates.  That happened in 1967 when a gunfight broke out at a club they had both been performing at.  Their fate was sealed:  the two kept up a rigorous concert schedule until this year, when coronavirus put a temporary end to public gatherings.  You can still hear their later work on this new vinyl release of their masterful album of soul standards, Our Kind of Soul.  Or tune in to AXS for Hall's hit show Live from Daryl's House.  On each episode, he brings another big-name musician up to the club in Pawling and they jam together.
As we continue to celebrate Black Music Month, this week one of our most anticipated guests, 5 time Grammy winner and Hip Hop icon Ceelo Green stops by Questlove Supreme. While his mission is to introduce his new project, "Ceelo Green Is… Thomas Callaway” (his first release in over 10 years), listen as Quest and Team Supreme dive into the world of Ceelo like no other as they talk, finding his voice, transitioning into a world of other with Gnarls Barkley, a great comeback and so much more.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Tracklist - Mix 1 1. Cubicolor - Wake Me Up (Tale Of Us Remix) [ANJUNADEEP] 2. The Shapeshifters feat. Billy Porter - Finally Ready (Club Mix) [GLITTERBOX] 3. Terry Mclove - Who Am I feat. Clara Tetu [SOMETHING GOOD] 4. Michael Calfan & Martin Solveig - No Lie (Kideko Extended Remix) [SPINNIN] 5. Pontifexx & Bhaskar feat. Iro - Getting Old [STMPD RCRDS] 6. Osrin feat. WILHELM - Highway [STMPD RCRDS] 7. Hollaphonic - Wicked & Lazy [SPINNIN DEEP] 8. UOAK - In My Mind (Redondo Remix) [SEKORA] 9. Bleu Clair & Ytram - Make You Mine feat. RA [STMPD RCRDS] 10. Tiësto & Becky Hill - Nothing Really Matters (BYOR Remix) [POLYDOR] Mix 2 11. TELYKast - Daylight [ASTRALWERKS] 12. Daddy’s Groove - Everyone [HELDEEP] 13. DØBER - Tear The Roof [PROTOCOL] 14. Malaa - Don’t Talk [CONFESSION] 15. Bushbaby - What We Had [MUSICAL FREEDOM] 16. Martin Garrix & Dyro - Latency [SONY/STMPD RCRDS] 17. Seth Hills & AYOR - Instinct [STMPD RCRDS] 18. Martin Garrix & Clinton Kane - Drown (Nicky Romero Remix) [SONY/STMPD RCRDS]
In the late seventies, Studio 54 was the place to be for musicians and celebrities alike. John Lennon, Mick Jagger, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and others all famously hung out at the notorious club where hedonism was part of the venue’s allure. The success of Studio 54 was sudden and massive, resulting in mountains of cash, cocaine, jealousy, revenge, an FBI raid and an ironic ending for one of its owners. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Some say that Bruce Fitzhugh is the Godfather of Christian Metal and while he would resist that designation, he is certainly at minimum the driving force behind one of Solid State Records' first big successes as the lead vocalist and guitarist from Living Sacrifice. He also is credited as being central in the development of the heavy music scene that gave rise to a very positive culture that emerged in central Arkansas in the 90's, the national scene, and eventually the mainstream. Support Labeled on Patreon  Join Labeled on Facebook Pre-order / pre-save Lightworker’s "Fury By Failure," out June 12th :: Follow Lightworker on Spotify ::   SONGS YOU HEARD ON THIS EPISODE: Living Sacrifice “Reborn Empowered” Living Sacrifice “Nonexistent” Stavesacre “Gold And Silver” Living Sacrifice “Second Death” - Demo Zao “Lies of Serpents, A River Of Tears” Embodyment “Halo of Winter” Living Sacrifice “Reborn Empowered” Live at Cornerstone ’00 Living Sacrifice “Flatline”    MORE FROM TOOTH & NAIL: * Labeled: Music From The Podcast: * DISCOVER IT: New Tracks from T&N Records: * This Is Solid State: New Tracks from Solid State Records:    * Tooth & Nail Store (LABELED Patreon members get 20% off everything):
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Just 3 years after graduating high school, Crispin Glover was cast in one of the biggest movies of all time, Back To The Future in 1985. He followed that with the critically successful River’s Edge. Then, he took a few years off of acting and pursued other creative projects. Writing and illustrating books...and making an album. This is the story of Crispin Hellion Glover’s The Big Problem ≠ The Solution. The Solution = Let It Be from 1989. Special thanks to Matt Gourley and "Weird Al" Yankovic. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Ketch Secor, lead singer of Old Crow Medicine Show, host of the Hartland Hootenanny, zooms in this week to explain the difference between bluegrass and old time music and to tune me up on Shiflett family history!!
Brian De Palma's astonishingly diverse hits as a director include Blow Out, Scarface, The Untouchables, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Raising Cain, Carlito’s Way, and Mission: Impossible.  He wrote many of those screenplays, too.  With his distinctive visual style and proven box office success, he's among the undeniable greats of both auteur and commercial filmmaking.  In this live interview, he tells Alec about getting his start in directing as an undergrad at Columbia, and has stories from Blow Out, Scarface and Mission: Impossible.  In 2019, the Hamptons International Film Festival gave De Palma its Lifetime Achievement Award; this conversation was part of the ceremony.
Like many media organizations at the moment, Slate is getting hit pretty hard by what's going on with the economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to continue doing our work, providing you with all our great podcasts, news and reporting, and we simply cannot do that without your support. So we're asking you to sign up for Slate Plus, our membership program. It's just $35 for the first year, and it goes a long way to supporting us in this crucial moment. For decades—literally since Woodstock—female musicians had battled music-industry perceptions that amassing too many of them, on the radio or on the road, was bad for business. And yet, by the ’90s, women were vital to the rise of alt-rock and hip-hop on the charts: from Suzanne Vega to Queen Latifah, Tracy Chapman to Sheryl Crow, Natalie Merchant to Missy Elliott. Sarah McLachlan harnessed this energy into an all-woman tour she dubbed Lilith Fair. Its string of sellouts from 1997 to ’99 affirmed women’s clout in the decade of grunge-and-gangsta. But the festival was also criticized for its narrow focus and for branding “women’s music” as a genre. More than two decades later, Hit Parade assesses the legacy of Lilith on the charts and on the road—how its performers, attendees and musical descendants are helping to ensure the future is female. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Morgan drops his new single "Addict" and plays some of his favorite new releases from this week including records from Will Sparks, Brooks & Mesto, Marc Benjamin, Jonas Aden, Pickle, SaberZ, MOTi and many more!   Marc Benjamin - Genie In a Bottle (0:52) Brooks & Mesto - Long Time (4:06) Da Candy & Subliminals - Bring That (7:17) Keeld & Frents - Moving Up (9:50) Pickle - Tangerine (11:36) SaberZ - The Launch (13:22) BLK RSE - Everything I Need (KAAZE Edit)  (16:42) Robert Falcon - Lucky Star (feat. BISHØP) (19:42) BODYWORX - The Squat Song (with MOTi) (22:46) Will Sparks - Exciting New Sound (25:28) Glass Petals & No Thanks - Like This (30:00) Qlank - Elise  (32:34) Jonas Aden - My Love Is Gone (35:52) Morgan Page feat. Jeonghyeon - Addict (38:58) Blinders & Cesqeaux - Go Back (To The Oldschool) (41:52) ALRT - The Need (44:38) Going Deeper & RITN - Into You (48:14) Dubdogz - Pablo Escobar (feat. Charlott Boss) (50:58) Dank _ Lorensa - One life (Low Blow Remix) (52:14) Michael Calfan & Martin Solveig - No Lie (Kideko Remix) (55:07)
Follow us here: Spotify: homepage: Facebook: Instagram: =============================== Episode 324: 01. Taylor Torrence feat. Natalie Major - If We Say Goodbye (Rodg Extended Remix) [Enhanced Progressive] 02. Tominen & Ashif Jamal - Theory of Attraction (Original Mix) [Big Toys Production] 03. H3 - Return Of The Hero (Original Mix) [Andea Music] 04. Cosmic Gate - Your Mind (Radio Edit) [Wake Your Mind] 05. Booka Shade, Eli & Fur - To The Sea (Einmusik Remix) [Blaufield Records] 06. Roger Shah pres. Symphony In Deep Minor - Snowflakes On A New Year's Day (Extended Mix) [Magic Island Deep] 07. Paul Thomas & Mr. V - How Deep Can You Go (Extended Mix) [ZeroThree Music] 08. Cosmic Gate - Conciousness (Genix Remix Cosmic Gate Edit) [Wake Your Mind] 09. Kyau & Albert + Steve Brian - Candy (Extended Mix) [Euphonic] 10. Thomas Mengel - Aros (Original Mix) [Scorchin' Records] 11. Mark Sixma presents M6 - Never Forgotten (Original Mix) [A State Of Trance] 12. Mauro Picotto - Lizard (Cosmic Gate Radio Edit) [Wake Your Mind] 13. Arkham Knights - Closing In (Extended Mix) [Coldharbour Records] 14. Solarstone - Seven Cities (V-One's 'Living Cities' Remix) [Armada]
In this intensely divided moment, one of the few things everyone still seems to agree on is Dolly Parton—but why? That simple question leads to a deeply personal, historical, and musical rethinking of one of America’s great icons. Join us for a 9-part journey into the Dollyverse. Hosted by Jad Abumrad, creator of Radiolab and More Perfect.
German producer Dominik Eulberg steps up for a driving Deep Edition. His new remix of Ben Böhmer’s ‘Breathing’ is out now.
Afrojack drops new cuts from Chico Rose, Chasner, Robert Falcon and more in this episode of Jacked Radio! His new single 'Cloud 9' with Chico Rose and Jeremih just reached 1 Million streams so check it out on all platforms now!
Podcast from Defected Records 1. Davie - Testify (Mousse T.'s Funky Shizzle Mix) [Defected] - EXCLUSIVE2. Wolf Story Feat. Queen Rose - Waiting for You [No Fuss records]3. Tom Bug Feat. Andre Espeut - Love Wide Open [Simma Black]4. Sonny Fodera & Dom Dolla - Moving Blind [Solatoko]5. Oscar G - Party People [DFTD]6. Norman Doray & Sneaky Sound System - Tell The World (Mousse T.'s Nineties Shizzle) [CR2]7. Felix Da Housecat X Chris Trucher - Chicago Love [Founders Of Filth]8. 4 TO THE FLOOR: Kim English - Supernatural (Mousse T.'s Raw Vocal Mix) [Nervous]9. Horse Meat Disco Feat. Kathy Sledge - Jump into the Light (Aeroplane Green House Mix) [Glitterbox]10. MOST RATED: OFFAIAH - Play It by Ear (Full Vocal Mix) [Defected]11. Iglesias & Proudly People - Another Groove [Moon Harbour]12. 4 TO THE FLOOR: Audiowhores & Haze - Stay (Audiowhores Club Mix) [Defected]13. Pax X Rui Da Silva - Touch Me [AMPM]14. Copyright Feat. Song Williams - He Is (Alaia & Gallo Remix) [DFTD]15. Sllash & Doppe - Perc You Later [Boom Boom Boom]16. Dennis Ferrer - Sunny Days [Defected]17. Kormak - Love On The Line [DFTD]18. Oscar G – OG Groove X Tim Deluxe - Jas (Accapella) [Classic] - EXCLUSIVE19. 4 TO THE FLOOR: Lego - El Ritmo De Verdad [4 To The Floor Records]20. Oscar P - Dirty Talk (Norty Cotto Raunchy Remix) [Naughty Boy Music]21. Jasper Street Co. - Praying For You (KDA Remix) [Nervous]22. Harry Romero - Keep Moving [Subliminal]23. Steve Hope - Paradise Garage [Kitt Ball]24. SAM’S FORGOTTEN GEM: Yousef - Beg (Hot Since 82 Future Mix) [Defected]25. Mike Dunn - If I Cant Get Down (Mousse T.'s Funky Shizzle Mix) [Classic]26. Jerk House Connection featuring. Akram Sedkaoui - Each & Every Day (Life Goes On)(Rocco Deeper Mix) [Defected]27. 4 TO THE FLOOR: BT - Remember (Mood II Swing Remix) [Perfecto]28. Louie Vega & The Martinez Brothers - Let It Go (Main Mix) [Defected]
Journey guitarist Neal Schon joins Eddie on this episode and discusses writing and recording new music during isolation, the band's lineup changes, his various other projects, and more!
Lindsay and Kaveh pay their respects to Antifa by watching the punk rock musical written by none other than Green Day. You'll have the time of your life hearing Lindsay fawn over Billie Joe Armstrong's gigantic head while Kaveh tries to wrap his head around yet another musical featuring a guy with an acoustic guitar who will save the world if he can only write one perfect song.
Tracklisting: 01. Nora En Pure - All I Need (Original Mix)02. Sons Of Maria - Break Through (Original Mix)03. Sons Of Maria - chimera (Original Mix)04. Nora En Pure - Fibonacci (Original Mix)05. Elderbrook - Numb (Original Mix)06. Nora En Pure - Lake Arrowhead (Original Mix)07. Olivier Weiter - Toyger (Mees Salome Remix)08. Paradoks - Floating (Original Mix)09. Nora En Pure & Sons Of Maria - Uruguay (Passenger 10 Remix)10. Danijel Kostic - Vinternatt (Nora En Pure & Sons Of Maria Remix)11. Nora En Pure - Delta (Original Mix)12. ID - ID (Original Mix)13. Rauschhaus - Faunus (Original Mix)14. Mees Salome - A Simpler Time (Original Mix)15. Passenger 10 - Soothing (Original Mix)16. Einmusik - Ignition (Original Mix)
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91 Atmosphere - God Loves Ugly (Zeds Dead Remix) Louis The Child - Little Things (ilo ilo Remix) Louis The Child - Little Things (sumthin sumthin Remix) Louis The Child - Little Things (Will Sparks Remix) Baauer - HOT 44 HONÜ - Get Slugged Kage - Godspeed One True God - Addicted Kaskade & Chemical Surf - Pow Pow Pow Baauer - GROUP Matroda - If You Wanna Noizu - Summer 91 CamelPhat x Yannis (Foals) - Hypercolour Curbi - Jaw Drop Jauz and Karra - Wildlife SMLE - Found A Reason Neonix - Dead Face Virus Syndicate & Infekt - Media Jungle [DISCIPLE] HEYZ Guest Mix
EPISODE #54 - Look back at Van Halen members’ escapades on the air along the FM dial. Dave & Dave interview Al Dukes producer of the ill-fated “David Lee Roth Show” on K-Rock in 2006 about Diamond Dave’s wild radio antics. Then listen as the dynamic duo gets crazy with comedian/broadcaster Stuttering John Melendez, formerly of “The Howard Stern Show,” about his dealings with the members of VH. Finally, Loud Dave interviews Larry “The Duck” Dunn from WLIR who interviewed bassist Michael Anthony and drummer Alex Van Halen in 1981 before VH's Nassau Coliseum show and he even discusses how he went backstage to party with the band. VH News and Mailbag segments round out this June 2020 episode.Download the podcast for free on Spreaker, YouTube, iHeartRadio, Spotify or iTunes. Connect with the Daves on Twitter: @ddunchained, Facebook: Dave & Dave Unchained – A Van Halen podcast, Instagram: ddunchainedpodcast or via email:
Take two nationally respected rock critics, the latest music news, personal commentary, and exclusive interviews and performances, add a huge pile of records old and new, and the result is Sound Opinions - the world's only rock and roll talk show.
It is almost impossible to separate music from the historic cultural shift happening in the country, and our picks for the best of 2020 so far reflect that.
This week's must-hear mix from All Songs Considered includes music inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, a quarantine anthem, a track that draws on field recordings of bats and more.Featured Tracks:1. Shamir "On My Own" (Single)2. H.E.R. "I Can't Breathe" (Single)3. A.O. Gerber "Old Blue" from Another Place to Need4. Gracie and Rachel "Ideas" (Single)5. Hania Rani "Buka" from Home 6. Eluvium "Dusk Tempi" from Field Works: UltrasonicStay in touch with NPR Music for the latest on Tiny Desks, new music, interviews and more with our weekly newsletter. Sign up at
This week on the Deadpod we have another monumental set from the seminal year of 1974. This week of course from the show in Springfield MA, on June 30, 1974.  Following Seastones, the boys came out with a fine 'China>Rider' a combo often used to good effect as a second set opener. The transition is quite fine. 'Big River' follows and shows the spark it had which made it an excellent second set tune. A stand-alone 'Scarlet Begonias' lets Jerry stretch out a bit next. The meat of this set however is the 'Truckin'>Eyes>Stella Blue'.. as always during this period 'Truckin' lets the boys take things to unexplored dimensions, but the 'Eyes' here is perhaps my favorite. 'Stella Blue' is sung very well also. A strong trifecta of 'Not Fade Away>Goin' Down the Road>One More Saturday Night' closes the set, which even without an encore comes in at just slightly less than two hours.        Grateful Dead Springfield Civic Center Arena Springfield, MA 6/30/74 - Sunday Three     China Cat Sunflower [11:12] > I Know You Rider [5:12] ; Big River [5:00] ; Scarlet Begonias [7:52] ; El Paso [4:06] ; U.S. Blues [5:35] > Truckin' [13:22] > Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam > Eyes Of The World [23:47] > Stella Blue [7:15] ; Not Fade Away [10:24] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [7:34] > One More Saturday Night [4:56]    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:    Thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod!    'History's page will thus be carved in stone. And we are here, and we are on our own'
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1.R3HAB & A R I Z O N A - I Can Feel Alive2.Redondo x Monn - Give A Little More (Extended Mix)3.Cityzen - Party Instruction (Extended)4.Dubdogz - Pablo Escobar (feat. Charlott Boss) [Extended Mix]5.Michael Calfan & Martin Solveig - No Lie (Kideko Extended Remix)6.Stadiumx feat. Lena Leon - Illusions (Extended Mix)7.Voost & Robin Tayger & Santeli - Blame (Extended Mix)8.SWACQ - Do It Again (feat Juliette Claire) (Extended)9.HARBER - Good For It (feat. CATALI) [Extended Mix]10.Jonas Aden - My Love Is Gone (Extended Mix)11.Qlank - Elise (Extended Mix)12.Daddy's Groove - Everyone (Extended Mix)13.Jean Juan - Drunk N Alone (with Spada) [Extended Mix]14.Brooks & Mesto - Long Time (Extended mix)15.Pickle - Tangerine (Extended Mix)16.Codeko Jay Hardway [Extended Remix]17.Nicky Romero ft. Jordan Grace - Burning18.Denis Coleman - Make Friends (R3HAB Remix)
Over a 70-year career, Wynn Handman added sharpness and craft to the natural talents of actors including Christopher Walken, Allison Janney, Raul Julia, Richard Gere, James Caan, Anna Deveare Smith, Joanne Woodward, and Mia Farrow.  The World War II veteran studied acting on the GI bill and fell in with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse in 1946, when the "playhouse" was still two floors of an office building west of Times Square.  In this remarkable conversation, Handman tells Alec about his experiences with Meisner, Lee Strasberg, and his many students -- as well as growing up in the 1920s in a Manhattan neighborhood where the streets still had not been paved.  Handman died of complications from COVID-19 on April 11, 2020.
Jason Isbell is one of the most important Southern voices in music today. He started writing and releasing his own songs in 2007, after a stint with the Drive By Truckers. Since then has slowly built a catalogue of songs and a resume—which includes a key songwriting contribution to Bradley Cooper's version of A Star Is Born—that should put him on anyone's short list of the best songwriters currently working. Isbell and Rick Rubin met for the first time just before this conversation where they discuss Isbell's recovery from addiction, his song writing process and his deep Southern roots. To checkout Jason Isbell's new album Reunions head to You can also listen to past—often extended—episodes of Broken Record by subscribing to our YouTube channel at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The pop superstar premiered a new song, "Gramercy Park," and revisited a classic during her Tiny Desk performance.
Anjelica Huston has lived many lives, all with grace and charisma.  As the daughter of John Huston (director of The African Queen, The Maltese Falcon, and more) she was movie royalty from birth.  But she grew up in rural Ireland and went to high school in Swinging-Sixties London.  That meant she developed a set of values far removed from Hollywood high society.  Her first career was as a high-end fashion model, a favorite subject of Richard Avedon and later a muse of Halston.  But she had always wanted to be a movie actress, and she spent time in the trenches, working on her craft in classes and smaller roles before her Oscar-winning turn in Prizzi's Honor.  Right as she was leaving the photo studio for the movie studio, she met Jack Nicholson:  "he made me laugh," she tells Alec.  The couple defined Hollywood cool for almost two decades.  Huston tells Alec the story of all of her transitions -- romantic, professional, and geographic.  Her two wonderful memoirs are A Story Lately Told and Watch Me.
Jake Blount - “Where Did You Sleep Last Night?” covered by Jake Blount from the 2020 album Spider Tales on Free Dirt Records. The song "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" has been covered hundreds of times before — the track is often associated with blues musician Lead Belly, but the Nirvana version from their 1993 MTV Unplugged performance is perhaps the best known rendition. And now, banjo player and fiddler Jake Blount has added his own interpretation, influenced by his research into Black and Indigenous cultures, as well as his own experiences as an LGBTQ activist.  “Connecting with my family history and my father’s childhood history, he’d talk about people disappearing,” he reflected in a press release. “Those lynchings didn’t all happen in broad daylight; my dad talked about people in his community ‘disappearing’ and you’d kind of assume what had happened. For me there was a very direct connection between what I’d gone through in the queer community and this narrative of disappearance and loss that surrounded the Black community in the South throughout much of our nation’s history, and still arguably does.”  Read the full post on Support the show.
Ozzy Osbourne, along with bandmates, Black Sabbath invented heavy metal and throughout Ozzy’s post-Sabbath solo career he would invent new, self destructive forms of sabotage. Arrested at an early age for breaking and entering, Ozzy Osbourne refused to conform to societal norms and common decency. He would go on to be arrested numerous times and escape too many near death experiences to recount, including a plane crashing into his tour bus that would ultimately kill a dear friend and bandmate.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
1 - Matt Rowan & Robbie Lowe - Luminary / 2 - Albuquerque & Lostin - Arquivo X / 3 - Kamilo Sanclemente, David Barragan - Relive / 4 - Frankie M, Gonzalo Sacc, Rodrigo Lapena - Let me go / 5 - Alex O'Rion - Blue / 6 - GMJ - Mystic Sea (Imran Khan Remix) / 7 - Niceshot - Mystery Dancer / 8 - Kenan Savrun - Orion / 9 - Magit Cacoon, Jos & Eli - Tropical_Heart / 10 - Innerphonic - Garden Rivage (Extented mix) / Download episode on MP3 (Right click, save link as...)
Kyau & Albert return with a sizzling Anjunabeats Worldwide mix.
Fans know and love Claude VonStroke as the founder and head of Dirtybird. On THE BIRDHOUSE radio show, VonStroke casts his eye beyond the label, showcasing the latest independent house, techno and bass music without restrictions. Every Thursday, he delivers his own fresh selections, along with guest mixes from exciting contemporaries, industry legends and promising up-and-comers alike. -
This week, Tablo once again offers help in how to feel better when you’re feeling like utter s***. While simultaneously narrowing down your options for a high school senior quote and sharing words of solace for your woes, this episode will explore the impact of incredible words from some incredible (arguable) people. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to subscribe, leave a comment, and rate on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, and YouTube. Connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @TheTabloPodcast. Follow Tablo’s personal account on Instagram and Twitter @blobyblo. The Tablo Podcast is brought to you by DIVE Studios. #TheTabloPodcast #TTP #EpikHigh #Tablo #타블로 #에픽하이 #DIVEStudios 
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Nipsey Hussle was more than just one of this generation’s most promising voices in hip hop. He was a social activist, a community leader and aspirational entrepreneur. His death was senseless and set off grief stricken testimonials from some of the biggest names in hip hop as well as from some of the biggest names in our culture period. It also set off a riot in the streets of Los Angeles where he came up on and was shot down on. He was taken from us too soon and we’re still searching for answers.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
On today's Bailey and Southside we try to convince Steve to change his baby's name, we hear from our favorite duo in another edition of The Clueless Two Does..., and we talk to local rock star who has tested positive for coronavirus! All that and more on today's show!
Yak Gotti sat down with Adam22 to talk about his upbringing, friendship with Young Thug, Gunna, Uzi, also talks about the NFL, Sauce Walka and more! ----- FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES FOLLOW OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST! CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: Follow us on Soundcloud: iTunes: Follow us on Social Media: JOIN THE DISCORD: Follow Adam22: and adam22hoe on Snapchat
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Shea Diamond has experienced so many facets of America as a black trans woman, and with songwriter Justin Tranter, she's woven those experiences into "I Am America," a blistering, funky anthem about community and belonging. Her track is also the theme song for the new HBO show "We're Here," which follows a team of a drag queens bringing drag shows to small towns across the country, challenging our assumptions about who makes up the "real America." We sit down with Diamond and Tranter to discuss singing as preaching, what it means to release this track during Pride month, why the flat seventh hits so good, and how the horns on the song feature producer Eren Cannata's dad Richie on sax, making this bop a true family affair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Sudan Archives draws inspiration from Irish and African traditional music. Watch her channel both in this Tiny Desk concert.
Surprise! Season 6 is dedicated to Beyoncé’s masterwork Lemonade. Through in-depth, highly researched analysis, we follow Beyoncé on her transcendent journey from subjugation to freedom. Today we unpack the visual album’s opening chapter “Intuition,” which features the song “Pray You Catch Me.” We’ll come to understand the curse that looms over Beyoncé and how she must take a leap of faith to overcome this curse for the sake of her family. We also welcome our very first co-host Titi Shodiya. Listen to her podcast Dope Labs: A visual guide for this episode can be found at
Episode #383 / Farius / Follow A&B on Spotify: Catch A&B on tour: Subscribe to ABGT on Apple Music and Spotify: Follow our ABGT playlist for show highlights each week:
1. Matt Fax & Richard Bedford - Greatest Thing (Tommy Baynen Remix) 2. Armin Van Buuren & Brennen Heart ft Andreas Moe - All On Me (Dezza Remix) 3. Taylor Torrence ft Natalie Major - If We Say Goodbye (Rodg Remix) 4. Jaytech - Tigerlily (CAAVA Remix) 5. Luke Bond ft Sarah de Warren - Walk Away 6. Farius - Weak Heart 7. Farius ft London Thor - Stars Tritonal ABGT Guestmix 8. Tritonal - Born Yesterday (Alan Watts Intro) 9. Tritonal ft Brigetta - Born Yesterday (East & Atlas Remix) 10. Tritonal x Henry Dark - SHIVOHUM 11. Above & Beyond pres Oceanlab - Just Listen (Tritonal 2020 Remix) 12. Tritonal - Love Is Power 13. Tritonal x HALIENE x Schala x Jorza - Long Way Home 14. Tritonal ft Brooke Williams - Someone To Love You (Zack Evans Remix)
In this second bonus music episode, we play two live songs we recorded, sung by bluegrass musicians Nora Brown and Amythyst Kiah.  You can find Nora on facebook @norabrownbanjo, instagram @little.nb, and her music at and on Spotify. Amythyst is on facebook, instagram, and twitter at @amythystkiah, and her music can be found at
(A special bonus episode of Disgraceland during this prolonged period of Covid-19 lockdown to help you pass the time.) John Denver was arguably one of, if not the biggest star of the seventies. His easy listening mainstream folk and his squeaky clean, environmentally friendly image made him a favorite in homes all across America. But was John Denver hiding a dark secret? One born of a mysterious military upbringing? A secret he would do anything to protect? A secret, he took to his early grave but that may soon see the light of day depending on numerous Freedom of Information Act court challenges?  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Official Weekly Podcast from Paul Oakenfold Playlist: Episode 504 01 Donna-Marie (NZ) - Falling [Perfecto Black]  02 Kamilo Sanclemente & Dabeat - Maia [Perfecto Black] 03 Paul Hawcroft - Surrender [Perfecto Black]  04 Donna-Marie (NZ) – Plush [Perfecto Black]  05 Lee Jordan - Zeitgeist [Perfecto Black]  06 Glynn Alan - Our Symmetry [Perfecto]  Perfecto Classic:  Paul Oakenfold & Marco V - Groove Machine Perfectomundo Moment:  Kris O'Neil - Stroller Symphony [Perfecto Black]   07 Rafael Osmo pres. RFL - Flow Motion [Perfecto Black]  08 Paul Oakenfold - Hypnotised (ORAW Remix) [Perfecto] 09 Paul Oakenfold & Jam El Mar - Lost In The Moment [Perfecto] 10 ORAW - White [Perfecto Fluoro]  11 Rysto & Dave Steward - Into The Infinite [Perfecto Fluoro]  12 Rysto & Dave Steward - The Void [Perfecto Fluoro] ‘
We continue our serialized analysis of Beyoncé’s Lemonade by dissecting its tenth chapter “Hope,” which features the song “Freedom.” Beyoncé gathers her sisterhood at a former slave plantation to deliver an empowering message of hope and transcendence over oppressive forces. A visual guide for this episode can be found at Follow us on social media @dissectpodcast. S6 merch can be purchased at
Few hard rock bands lived the life portrayed in their songs as authentically as Guns N’ Roses. Singer, Axl Rose was driven by deep seeded demons that drove the creation of his band’s legendary debut album, Appetite For Destruction as well as his legendary bad behavior. His band was hardly any different. Nearly dysfunctional from drug use and excess, their record label feared they would all die before their first album was even released. Listen to part 1 of Guns N’ Roses saga in Disgraceland complete with highly entertaining cameos by David Bowie, Joe Perry, Mick Jagger and others. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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This guy should have been a one-hit wonder and we never should have had to do a single episode about him. But no... You people had to start taking him seriously after Odelay and now this is happening: Beck Sucks, Pt. 2: Beck to the Future! Mark & Tyler get into the ridiculous critical acceptance of "Sad Beck," the Grammy Awards and, inevitably, more Scientology...
Steve Aoki presents his weekly podcast Aoki's House.
Adam was able to catch up with the one and only Waka Flocka and gave him the forum to share about his real personal and noble cause, the suicide prevention he put in place to help people. They also talked about Gucci Mane, longevity in the game, being business savvy, being fake woke online vs doing something tangible, and give advice to young rappers. Check out Waka's awareness campaign here: 6:35 Waka only started rapping because Gucci went to jail 13:19 Waka talks longevity, being business savvy and making the mistake to bring street politics into the business 26:48 Waka says people don't actually care about the community "Most labels make money off of violent music yet complain about the streets" 33:00 Waka's advice to young rappers, to understand taxes ----- FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES FOLLOW OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST! CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: Follow us on Soundcloud: iTunes: Follow us on Social Media: JOIN THE DISCORD: Follow Adam22: and adam22hoe on Snapchat
Alec and Patti Bosworth became friends serving together on the board of the Actors Studio.  When Bosworth died of complications from COVID-19, it wasn't just a loss to the literary and theatrical worlds; it was also personal for Alec and the rest of Bosworth's wide circle of friends and family.  Not just a legendary Hollywood biographer, Bosworth also released an impossible-to-put-down memoir in two parts about her glamorous, tragic personal life and her time with the biggest names in Hollywood and the literary world.  Characters range from Marlon Brando to Mario Puzo to Robert Frost.  When Bosworth published the second installment of that memoir, The Men in My Life, in 2017, it was natural for her to stop by Here's the Thing to tell some of the stories in person, including her transition from Hollywood leading lady to respected journalist.  We're honored to re-release that conversation today.
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N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. In this episode the #QuarantineChamps chop it up with D-Nice and Gillie Da Kid. Drink Champs Alumni Gillie Da Kid joins The Champs for some drinks as he talks Major Figgas, shares his favorite MC's coming out of Philly right now and shares the story of battling Mysonne in front of JAY Z. Gillie also shares how he created his own podcast "Million Dollaz Worth of Game" and how it landed him a deal with Barstool Sports and more. The Champs enter Club Quarantine and join D-Nice as he shares his origin story, producing early on for BDP (Boogie Down Productions) and how his friendship with Chris Lighty changed his life. D-Nice shares how he reinvented his career, expanding his brand and creating a photography and web development company. D-Nice also shares stories of DJing at President Obama's Inaugural Ball and how he created the popular Club Quarantine and the pressures that come with it. Lots of great stories from Gillie Da Kid and D-Nice that you don't want to miss! Follow: Drink Champs DJ EFN N.O.R.E.
The story behind the “Appetite for Destruction” album, the 1st album of American rock band, “Guns N’ Roses” All Tracks by: Guns N’ Roses Intro Track: Acid Ghost – The Artist’s High Sponsor 1: Radio Majera Podcast / Radio Majera Castbox    Telegram     Website Sponsor 2: Night King Website      Instagram All prepared by: Bardia Barj Logo and Cover by: Nima Jamali Album Podcast Website Telegram    Twitter    Instagram حمایت ریالی از پادکست آلبوم حمایت ارزی از پادکست آلبوم
In episode 12 of Eric Krasno Plus One, Eric continues his conversation with Questlove, who joins Eric from his home in upstate New York. Ahmir Khalib Thompson aka “Questlove” hails from Philadelphia. He is a drummer, DJ, producer, culinary entrepreneur, designer, New York Times bestselling and James Beard Award-nominated author, and cofounder of Philadelphia’s most influential hip-hop group, the Roots. He is the musical director for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the Roots serve as the house band, and a four-time Grammy Award-winning musician. He is also an adjunct professor at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes! Eric Krasno Plus One is presented by Osiris Media. All original music by Eric Krasno. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Christina Collins. Audio Production by Matt Dwyer. Produced by Ben Baruch of 11E1even Group. 
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In this episode, Anthony Raneri discusses Bayside's 2007 single "The Walking Wounded".
In this episode Toby talks to Sepultura vocalist Derrick Green about family, where he grew up, his first show, learning about vegan lifestyle, missing graduation to open up for Fugazi, moving to NY, trying out and getting the gig as vocalist in Sepultura, Highway To Health and the growth of veganism, touring and trying to eat vegan on the road and his time in Brazil. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and don't forget our youtube channel
An in-depth discussion covering Tyler's fifth and most accomplished solo album yet, IGOR. (7/18/2019)
A Studio 54 throwback, a sneak peek at Prince, reviewing the reviews with Citizen Critic. Getting weird with Dave and taking in the scene with a gangster lean with Love and of course, me reading the phone book. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Butch Walker is one of rock and roll's biggest talents, and on May 8th, he'll be releasing his new album -- a rock opera called American Love Story.  You can preview one of the songs on today's episode of Here's the Thing, taped live last month (just before coronavirus made such gatherings impossible) at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood.  In the 1990s, Walker got major-label contracts and radio-play as the guitarist for the "hair band" SouthGang, and later as front-man of the edgy, grunge-tinged Marvelous 3.  But Walker's career has evolved.  Not only is he making beautiful solo work, but he's also become one of LA's most sought-after partners in music-making, having produced or written songs for artists ranging from P!nk to Green Day to Panic! at the Disco.  It's been a long road from his life as an 8-year-old Kiss fan in rural Georgia, and Walker has accumulated great stories along the way, including what it was like to be the first American rock band to tour (and get kicked out of) China. Thanks to Zach McNees for mixing the music in this episode.
DEEPER SHADES OF HOUSE #701 Podcast compiled and mixed by Lars Behrenroth For full playlist, please visit
BinaryFinary - 1998 (Jose De Mara Remix) Dada Life - This Time (Never Be Alone Again) Sander Van Doorn X Lucas & Steve - the World Nicky Romero Ft. Jordan Grace - Burning Dyro - Hella Dope Mantrastic & Rechler - Waiting Blk Rse - Everything I Need (Kaaze Extended Edit) Kplr - Fobos Sick Individuals - Ruby DDRey - Blessed Venomenal - I Wish You Were Mine Morganj Ft. Fwn - French Fries Khrebto - Jackin All Night Oliver Heldens - Rave Machine Tisoki & Minesweepa - See You Again Ft. David Kuncio (Curbi Extended Remix) Dubesque - Vision Jspm - Back to You Promise Land - If You Wanna Saberz & Kevu - the Uprising Wolfpack & Jimmy Clash & Richie Loop - Sound The Alarm Laidback Luke - My G.O.D (Purari & Frankie Steel Remix)
This is what we live for! On this episode, Damian is joined by THE LEGEND LYDIA LUNCH to talk punk! Although Lydia doesn't identify or even really like punk, she certainly influenced a lot of it. Listen in to this NOT TO BE MISSED episode as Lydia talks about the difference between No Wave & Punk, working with Rowland S. Howard, collaborating with (the) Weirdos, Cinema Of Transgression & everything in between!   Did we mention it is not to be missed? Find  her podcast The Lydian Spin here: and find her on Facebook here: Also Touched On: No Wave, not punk clubs with “pillowrooms” the island of found souls Meeting Stiv Bators in ’73 Sonic Reducer Running away for the New York Dolls Rock Magazines the House of Guitars proto-punk Loving drugs and not going to sleep Goth when everybody was Glam dreaming of Rollerderby The rise of rap, punk and Trump being over Iggy and Bowie The Ramones being silly going to Richard Hell and the Voidoids’ first show Mink DeVille Union Carbine Suicide did not fit in Joe Coleman and the Steel Tips Mars was the first No Wave band having to go to Europe Playing with Generation X 13:13 Cinema Of Transgression and  No Wave: one movement & SO MUCH MORE!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY Vans!!!
Post Appetite For Destruction, Guns N’ Roses defined the word “dysfunction”. As the band prepared for their follow up release, singer Axl Rose was losing a very public battle with the press while heroin and alcohol threatened to completely derail the band. Axl’s “recovered memories” continued to fuel his erratic behavior and thus he continued to drive his band closer and closer to the edge. It all came to a head in St. Louis at the infamous “Riverport Riot”. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Celebrating new single ‘Together’ and the announcement of his forthcoming album ‘Lion’, Jon Gurd joins us for Deep Edition #306.
Get your weekend started with Hardwell On Air! #HOA472
Former NBA Player Matt Barnes joins us on The Dr. Greenthumb Podcast & discusses facing racism in Sacramento, being an advocate for cannabis, the drive behind Kobe's love for basketball + more
148 Heyz - Just Friends ft. Taylor Revanna Moody Good - Buster Island STUCA & eugene (feat. Steven) GANZ - No Naps Akeos & MAD DUBZ - Crimson Crater Danger - Rise Up Dimension - Saviour Kanine - Lighter Crew Jake Robertz & Sorsari - Lunar HD-4884 & XYOUX - Rapture Just A Gent, Caitlyn Scarlett - Fire Biscits - The Worm MNNR - Dancers Bellecour - Los Choukarios Chet Porter - Bummed (feat. Alison Wonderland) (Manila Killa Remix) Loge21 - Around You Honey & Badger - Brogel Moore Kismet - TOKYO「東京 Nitti Gritti - Breathe Out Ft. Midian (Final Mix) Runnit, Kayoh - Level ALRT - The Need Abelation - Distortion Hotel Garuda - Rush Britney Spears - Toxic (16Bit Remix
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It's all been building to this point. The guys talk about how their dream for radio became their reality. Stay tuned for the entire saga
Welcome to a special bonus episode of Daigle Bites! This episode was recorded back on May 8th, and features some of your fan submitted questions during the first season.  Make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss the debut of Season 2, and remember to send your own questions to
Nick Lowe wrote the classic "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding" (made famous by Elvis Costello), produced one of the UK's first punk records ("New Rose" by the Damned), and started one of the great independent record labels (Stiff Records). In this episode Bruce Headlam talks to him about producing the first five Elvis Costello records, marrying into Johnny Cash's family and his hilarious first encounter with the great Keith Richards. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Happy Pride Everyone! I know this year isn't the same given we can't come together to celebrate, but Pride is about acknowledging & honoring the work that those have done before us so we can live life as our true selves! So let's be grateful for all we have today and let's look forward to the time when we can celebrate together again! May you all be safe & healthy out there and until we can dance with each other, hope this latest podcast can help pass a little of that time! Cheers & Happy Pride!
Run DMC is directly responsible for elevating hip hop to previously unimagined heights. They took rap music into an entirely different direction and helped mainstream the genre. They were beloved as musicians, innovators and people. None more than their DJ, Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell, which makes understanding his senseless murder near impossible. Who killed Jam Master Jay and why? And why are there literally zero suspects when there were numerous eyewitnesses? Learn more about your ad-choices at
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Scott Avett of The Avett Brothers about his passion for painting, how fatherhood has inspired him, and his favorite barbecue joints. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
DCR516 – Drumcode Radio Live – Tiger Stripes Studio Mix recorded in Stockholm ⁣ Drumcode Radio Live this week is a Studio Mix from Tiger Stripes recorded in Stockholm.⁣ ⁣ 01. Tiger Stripes - Jack the Garage⁣ 02. Axis Of Time & Nikolay Kirov - The Thousand And One Nights (Tiger Stripes Remix)⁣ 03. Tony Alvaraz - Tight Places⁣ 04. Jokasti & Nek - CBD⁣ 05. Weska - Spiritus⁣ 06. Yan Oxygen - Rahnar (Tiger Stripes Remix)⁣ 07. Tiger Stripes - Hooked⁣ 08. Tiger Stripes - Break the Silence⁣ 09. Hanubis - The Modeline⁣ 10. Tiga & Audion - Stabbed in the Back (ANNA vinyl mix)⁣ 11. Distant Sun - Melt (Myk Derill Repaint)⁣ 12. Pig & Dan - Acronym⁣ 13. The Advent & A.Paul - Confined⁣ 14. Tiger Stripes - Back In Black⁣ 15. HWRD - Arrest⁣ 16. Opal - New World Order (Inhalt der Nacht Remix)⁣ 17. Benjamin Damage - Deep Space Transit
One of Questlove and Team Supreme's most anticipated interviews, Jill Scott, is finally here! Her relationship with The Roots introduced her to the world through a Grammy award winning song called, “You Got Me”. Hear the story of how a talented girl from North Philly joined forces with some of Philly’s finest to stake her claim in this world of soul music and take it far beyond expectations into the lands of television and film. Learn more about your ad-choices at
We continue our serialized analysis of Beyoncé’s Lemonade by dissecting it’s second chapter “Denial,” which features the song “Hold Up.” After unsuccessfully attempting to change for her husband’s sake, Beyoncé channels the Yoruba water goddess Oshun to deliver a spiteful message. A visual guide for this episode can be found at Follow us on social media @dissectpodcast.
Malcolm has been writing about race and policing for a very long time, going back to the killing of Amadou Diallo in 1999. Sometimes, it is useful to take a step back and consider policing in a broader context. Here we present a chapter from Malcolm's book David and Goliath, which includes an analysis of a riot in Northern Ireland in 1970. Many miles and many years away. About divisions of religion and class and not divisions of race. But the core questions to be asked in 1970 and 1999 and today are the same: if you have power, what does it mean to use it, and use it wisely? And what are the consequences if you don't? David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants was published in 2013 by Little, Brown and Company. Audiobook production by Hachette Audio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country talk about their list of the Top 10 Hottest Country Artists of 2020 and why each artist ranked where they did. Bobby does a collaboration segment with Movie Mike and they both review the movie Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox story which is a parody of the biopic movie genre that came out in 2007. SPOILER ALERT: They talk about the movie in detail...but it’s a comedy movie based on another movie so nothing really to spoil -- but just in case! Don’t get mad at us.  Check out the list here: Also check out Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast on iHeartRadio for movie reviews and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier about bringing Louisiana cooking to Boston, memories of the late John Prine, and the best Italian cookies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In episode 11 of Eric Krasno Plus One, Eric welcomes his friend Questlove, part one of a two part episode. Questlove joins Eric from his home in upstate New York to talk about learning to make beats on his computer during the lockdown, dealing with procrastination, and what he’s writing in his new book. Questlove recalls the time that Miles Davis appeared at his high school, what happened when he discovered Prince at the same time his parents discovered Christianity, and how The Roots got started.  Ahmir Khalib Thompson aka “Questlove” hails from Philadelphia. He is a drummer, DJ, producer, culinary entrepreneur, designer, New York Times bestselling and James Beard Award-nominated author, and cofounder of Philadelphia’s most influential hip-hop group, the Roots. He is the musical director for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the Roots serve as the house band, and a four-time Grammy Award-winning musician. He is also an adjunct professor at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. At the end of the episode, you'll hear "Proceed," by The Roots, from the album Do You Want More?!!!??! Upcoming Episodes of Plus One include part 2 of the conversation with Questlove, and future episodes feature with Phil Lesh, Ivan Neville and more.  This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes! Eric Krasno Plus One is presented by Osiris Media. All original music by Eric Krasno. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Christina Collins. Audio Production by Matt Dwyer. Produced by Ben Baruch of 11E1even Group. 
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Press Play Quarantine series continues. Some house, afro remixes and pop mixed with some other musical treats on this one!! Great for a different type of home workout. Press play and enjoy
Rick Rubin talks to Tame Impala's Kevin Parker about his newest release, The Slow Rush, and his creative process. Kevin shares key influences on some Tame Impala songs and also plays Rick a demo for an unrealized song from his voice memos. Then Kevin turns the tables on Rick, asking about his work on Californication and Yeezus, which yields sage advice on record making. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit