Music – New podcasts

  • From a Westboro Baptist Church defector and an ex-Hasidic Jew to the world's first ever blogger and teenage class president who confessed to being a pedophile, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Wednesday.

    It's been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Andrew has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist, taken on anti-abortionists and hunted for UFOs, all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.

    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these people with diverse ways of looking at the world to the listener. It's not all deep and sad - he aims to get humour and fun out of these people, so the audience can also entertained! Follow him on twitter here @andrewgold_ok and check out his documentaries on his YouTube channel.

    Oh, and please do leave a review - it helps boost it up those charts!

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  • Reg (Couch Sessions Music Editor) and Stone (Couch Sessions Founder) sit down (usually with some alcoholic accompaniment) and wax poetic about the best music and pop culture topics of the week. Expect profound thoughts, surprises, and maybe some special guests!

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  • "Jams From Back In The Day". For More information go to:

  • A mix series from Mighty Mouse, an eclectic selection of Disco, House, Funk, Afro and 80's

  • Celebrating all things related to the variously compiled world of pop.

  • On 1 November 2018, UK punk rock band Creeper feigned their break-up on stage at legendary Camden venue KOKO. The plan? To give themselves time to go to Hollywood, Los Angeles and write a second album as powerful and compelling as their debut, ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’.

    But within a week of the performance, the lives of the band’s songwriters Will Gould and Ian Miles changed forever. Poisoned by death, tragedy and Ian’s admission into a mental health care unit, the band came within moments of falling apart.

    Shared publicly for the first time and told by the members themselves (plus manager Ian Dickinson, the album’s producer Xandy Barry and rock journalist Beez), follow Creeper’s unimaginable story to hear how they beat all the odds to create their second album Sex, Death & the Infinite Void.

    Interviews by Giles Bidder, produced by Mighty Moon Media

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  • A Beatles Podcast hosted by Jack Pelling and Robin Allender.

    Each week, we chat to an amazing guest about their personal relationship with the greatest band ever. How were they so good? Who had the best beard? And did they even exist?

  • From the makers of Classic Rock magazine, The 20 Million Club looks at the biggest-selling albums of all time and asks: are they REALLY all that good? Hosted by British broadcasting legend Nicky Horne with guests from the Classic Rock team, prepare for the best-selling albums of all time to be re-evaluated, celebrated and occasionally eviscerated as we ask: What's so good about them? What are the greatest tracks and which could you live without? What would you change about the record? Who comes out of the album best? And of course: why did they sell so many?

  • A journalistic exploration of Michael Jackson’s creative process.

  • Welcome to My 90s Music Podcast with me Mark McC. I will be bringing you regular chats with the very best musicians and scene-sters from the 90s. This podcast will be chocked full with your heroes and the people you loved and still love from The 90s.

    People who’s music or voices were never too far away from your ears and those who adorned your school books and you had plastered all over your bedroom walls. I will chat to the 90s superstars who lived it, loved it and who were truly in the eye of the storm.

    Guests will include those who were the soundtrack to your youth or formative years as you discovered the very best bands, best music tracks, best music scenes and best gigs as you partied your way through the best decade of your life.

    Our parents and our grandparents had the 60s, we luckily had the 90s. What a time to be alive and what a time to look back on the trials, tribulations and triumphs of a decade that will never sound, smell or feel like that ever again.

    The first 5 episodes of My 90s Music Podcast will be with:

    Alan McGee of Creation Records and signing Oasis fame.

    Steve Hamilton who is a famous sax player and composer who recorded and or toured with bands like Blur, Radiohead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

    Mark Bedford who is Madness Bass Player and Founder member.

    Chris Helme - Seahorses front man and singer songwriter in his own right

    And Scottish National Treasure Duglas T. Stewart who is BMX bandits frontman and long time friend and collaborator with members of Teenage Fanclub, Superstar, Soup Dragons and many more of the Belshill Music Glitterati.

    For those of you who don’t know me, here is a little bit about me…

    I’m Mark McC, your host and I am stuck somewhere between 1989 and the early 2000s. I was always obsessed with the music of the 1990s since hearing She Bangs the Drums and Step On in a mate’s sister’s bedroom record player (she was out) when I was 14. I worked at Our Price Records in Irvine and Kilmarnock in the west coast of Scotland during school and University which gave me a proper schooling in music and opened my eyes to every genre and decade (but the alternative and mainstream 90s music was where I felt most at home). I was 16 when Britpop kicked off in 1992 with Blur and Suede and 18 when Liam and Noel launched the song that changed everything Supersonic.

    At the end of the 90s I moved from Ayrshire to The big Smoke, to London, to start working with some of the big music magazines like (NME, LOADED, MELODY MAKER, MUZIK and UNCUT) in the late 90s and never looked back (apart from my music tastes).

    My 90s Podcast is almost here. Please subscribe, tell your 90s loving friends to subscribe too.

    My 90s Music Podcast with me Mark McC first 5 episodes will be with you very soon. So stayed tuned on social media and your preferred podcast platform for more news.

    To make sure you don’t miss an episode of My 90s Music Podcast, please do follow @my90smusicpodcast on twitter, facebook, Instagram for more information.

  • where we discuss everything intersectional feminist and music industry related.

  • A podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th studio album, The Dirt and The Stars.

  • Ever wondered what it takes to be a backing singer for Moldova, despite growing up in Sweden? Or what it's really like trying to eat your dinner before performing on stage to over 200 million people?

    On The Euro Trip we bring you big guests with a fascinating connection to the Eurovision Song Contest. There's also huge games including the 'One Second Song' to prove if you really can separate your Balkan ballad from your Scandinavian schlager.

    And of course there's all the latest news, but not as you know it...

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  • Taking you on a nostalgic journey back in time through big-name interviews with the legendary DJs, MCs, producers, promoters and pirates who got you dancing through the Decade of Rave – and who you’ve loved ever since.

  • "The Chip SID show" is a monthly radio show in collaboration with Radio Free Matlock, with your host Max Hall.

    Playing music directly from the back of the 1982 Commodore 64 home computer.

    Featuring some of the best and most technically crafted melodic music to be found on the Commodore 64's SID chip.

    You can support the show by becoming a Patreon here:

    Follow us on Twitter @chip_sid, or Find us on Facebook

  • Your place for big words, bigger brains, and a lot of long term memory loss.

  • A biweekly podcast of two American fans talking about our favorite band, McFly!

  • A music podcast in which four musically minded individuals listen to the full or limited discography of a group or artist. They then talk about their music as well as their favorite albums and songs.

  • Speed of Sound is the podcast that breaks down the stories behind the pop songs - and sounds - that topped the charts and shaped the soundtrack of generations. Hosted by Steve Greenberg, a multi-Grammy Award winning record producer and all-around music obsessive, Speed of Sound is your all-access pass to music's biggest moments from sock hops to hip hop to k-pop; you won't want to miss a beat.

  • Carhartt WIP launches RELEVANT PARTIES, a new monthly podcast series dedicated to the work of groundbreaking record labels around the globe.

    With the first episode set to be released on August 15th 2020, this series will complement our existing monthly Carhartt WIP Radio shows. Each episode will delve into the stories behind the music, speaking to some of music culture‘s most important independent tastemakers, who are known for their love of music, enduring idealism, and singular drive.
    It would be easy to look at today’s music landscape and conclude there’s no longer any need for independent music labels. A mixture of instant viral sensations, algorithm-led streaming, and mainstream record label hegemony has replaced everything that came before.
    But that would be a simplistic reading of contemporary music. It would ignore the curatorial role that labels play, building their own unique worlds for us to dive into, and helping artists shape their career’s. Even if the average listener doesn’t ever see this work, it remains invaluable and something to be celebrated.
    The host of our new series is UK music journalist Chal Ravens, known for her writing on electronic music and club culture for publications such as the Guardian, Resident Advisor, DJ Mag, Mixmag, and The Face. Ravens is also the co-founder of Clean Scene, a climate action group within the dance music community.

    Over the course of six episodes, Ravens explores the past, present and future of various labels, including DFA Records and Ghostly International from New York, Tokyo’s Jazzy Sport, legendary UK pioneers Ninja Tune, Los Angeles tastemakers Stones Throw, and Munich-based multi-disciplinarians Public Possession.