Musik – Nya podcasts

  • Un podcast para tratar temas musicales con fin de nutrirnos a todos los papayos culturalmente en diferentes aspectos del arte. Les traemos cada martes temas y topics diferentes relacionados con la musica, y de pronto temas off topic que consideremos relevantes.

  • Artists Escaping Cults - Podcast - Documentary - Series

    Follow the Witness Underground Podcast as we dive in to stories of artists escaping cults from around the globe.

    Build that ecclectic playlist with art from people who successfully navigated cult mind control. Created by the team who brought the award winning feature documentary by the same name, the director and featured artists interview fascinating artists, musicians, actors, directors, authors etc. who also left a cult. Through making our documentary, artists all over the world emerged with amazing music, art, and stories. Listen in and let us know what you think.

    Film short synopsis:
    Witness Underground is a feature documentary that reveals the insular DIY music community that emerged within a high-control cult. Music, fame, and success are typically forbidden in this faith, who instruct its members to โ€œbeware of independent thinking.โ€

    The artists at the heart of the music scene have their faith tested in deeply personal ways. They battle for positive mental health and push the boundaries of their religionโ€™s norms, where leaving means being banned from interacting with your entire family and social circle for life.

    Although severely restricted, they create the record label Nuclear Gopher and produce over 30 albums of earnest and personal music that spans singer/songwriter, riot grrrl, psychedelic rock, pop, EDM, shoegaze, and post-rock. Carefully curated songs and live performances punctuate their stories of friendship, deep loss, and personal growth.

    Watch the film - Follow the podcast

    WitnessUnderground.com
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  • Get Ready to L your MAO. Here on The Terrible Podcast with Nick and Brad, we deliver offbeat topical humor and engage our audience with the banter of two stupid idiots. Be a part of our perpetual inside jokes, and tune in with us for a listening experience you couldn't possibly regret.

  • The Beat Of Belgium is een podcast over de Belgische dancemuziek-scene. Bert als host en grote liefhebber van de Belgische dancemuziek en Maarten AKA DJ Lethal MG als insider interviewen diverse spelers uit deze scene. De onderwerpen kunnen werkelijk alles zijn, maar de Belgische dancemuziek-scene staat centraal.

  • Andre Romelle Young, better known by his stage name Dr. Dre, is an American rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur who has left an indelible mark on the world of hip-hop and popular culture. Born on February 18, 1965, in Compton, California, Dre grew up in a neighborhood plagued by poverty, gang violence, and racial tension. Despite the challenges he faced, Dre found solace in music and began his journey to becoming one of the most influential figures in the history of rap.
    Early Life and Career Beginnings: Dre's love for music began at an early age. As a teenager, he frequented local clubs and parties, where he was exposed to the emerging hip-hop scene. Inspired by the likes of Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa, Dre started experimenting with DJing and producing beats. In 1984, he joined the electro-hop group World Class Wreckin' Cru, which gained local popularity and helped establish Dre's reputation as a talented DJ and producer.
    N.W.A and the Birth of Gangsta Rap: In 1986, Dre met rapper Ice Cube, and together they formed the groundbreaking group N.W.A (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) with fellow rappers Eazy-E, MC Ren, and DJ Yella. N.W.A's debut album, "Straight Outta Compton" (1988), was a raw and unapologetic portrayal of life in the inner city, touching on themes of police brutality, gang violence, and social inequality. The album's explicit lyrics and confrontational style sparked controversy and drew criticism from politicians and media outlets, but it also resonated deeply with young audiences who appreciated its authenticity and rebellious spirit.
    "Straight Outta Compton" is widely regarded as a landmark album that defined the genre of gangsta rap and paved the way for the rise of West Coast hip-hop. Dre's production on the album, characterized by its heavy basslines, funky samples, and hard-hitting beats, set a new standard for hip-hop production and influenced countless artists in the years to come.
    Solo Career and "The Chronic": In the early 1990s, tensions within N.W.A led to the group's disbandment, and Dre embarked on a solo career. He founded Death Row Records with Suge Knight and released his debut solo album, "The Chronic," in 1992. The album marked a significant shift in Dre's musical style, incorporating elements of G-funk (a subgenre of hip-hop characterized by smooth, melodic beats and heavy use of synthesizers) and showcasing his growth as a producer and rapper.
    "The Chronic" was a massive commercial and critical success, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200 chart and earning Dre a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance. The album's hit singles, including "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" and "Let Me Ride," became cultural touchstones and solidified Dre's status as a hip-hop icon.
    Aftermath Entertainment and Eminem: In 1996, Dre left Death Row Records and founded Aftermath Entertainment, a label that would become a driving force in hip-hop for years to come. One of Dre's most significant contributions to the music industry during this period was his discovery and mentorship of rapper Eminem. Dre signed Eminem to Aftermath in 1998 and produced his debut album, "The Slim Shady LP" (1999), which launched Eminem's career and established him as one of the most controversial and talented rappers of his generation.
    Dre's collaboration with Eminem continued with the production of "The Marshall Mathers LP" (2000) and "The Eminem Show" (2002), both of which were critical and commercial successes and further cemented Dre's reputation as a hitmaker and talent scout.
    "2001" and Later Productions: In 1999, Dre released his second solo album, "2001" (also known as "Dr. Dre 2001"), which featured a star-studded lineup of guest artists, including Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Xzibit. The album showcased Dre's evolution as a producer, incorporating more live instrumentation and experimenting with different musical styles. Hit singles like "Still D.R.E." and "Forgot About Dre" reaffirmed his dominance in the rap world and introduced his music to a new generation of fans.
    Throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Dre continued to produce and collaborate with a wide range of artists, including 50 Cent, The Game, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderson .Paak. His production work on albums like 50 Cent's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" (2003) and Kendrick Lamar's "good kid, m.A.A.d city" (2012) helped shape the sound of modern hip-hop and earned him widespread acclaim from critics and fans alike.
    Entrepreneurship and Beats Electronics: In addition to his music career, Dre has also made a name for himself as a successful entrepreneur. In 2006, he co-founded Beats Electronics with record executive Jimmy Iovine, launching a line of premium headphones and audio equipment. The company's flagship product, Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, quickly became a cultural phenomenon, endorsed by celebrities and athletes and coveted by consumers worldwide.
    In 2014, Apple acquired Beats Electronics for $3 billion, making Dre one of the richest figures in the music industry. The acquisition also brought Dre and Iovine to Apple, where they took on executive roles and played a key part in the development of Apple Music, the company's streaming service.
    Legacy and Influence: Dr. Dre's impact on the world of hip-hop cannot be overstated. As a rapper, producer, and entrepreneur, he has shaped the sound and culture of the genre for over three decades, inspiring countless artists and leaving a lasting legacy that continues to resonate with audiences around the world.
    As a producer, Dre is known for his meticulous attention to detail, his innovative use of sampling and synthesizers, and his ability to craft beats that are both commercially appealing and artistically groundbreaking. His work on albums like "The Chronic" and "2001" redefined the sound of West Coast hip-hop and set a new standard for production quality in the genre.
    As a rapper, Dre is renowned for his smooth flow, his clever wordplay, and his ability to paint vivid pictures of life in the streets of Los Angeles. His lyrics often reflect on the struggles and triumphs of his own life, offering a raw and honest perspective on the realities of growing up in the inner city.
    Beyond his individual contributions, Dre has also played a crucial role in launching the careers of some of the most successful and influential artists in hip-hop history. From Snoop Dogg and Eminem to 50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar, Dre has a proven track record of discovering and nurturing talent, helping to shape the future of the genre and leaving a lasting impact on the music industry as a whole.
    In recognition of his contributions to music and popular culture, Dre has been honored with numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. He has won six Grammy Awards, including Best Rap Album for "The Chronic" and Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) in 2001. He has also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of N.W.A, cementing his place in music history.
    Personal Life and Philanthropy: Despite his success and influence, Dre has also faced his share of personal struggles and controversies over the years. He has been open about his past involvement with gangs and his battles with substance abuse, using his music as a means of processing and reflecting on these experiences.
    In recent years, Dre has also been involved in various philanthropic efforts, particularly in the areas of education and community development. In 2013, he and Jimmy Iovine donated $70 million to the University of Southern California to establish the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation, a program designed to nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators.
    Dr. Dre recently opened up about a serious health scare he experienced in 2021. While hospitalized for a brain aneurysm, he revealed he actually suffered three strokes during that two-week period. This came as a shock to the music legend, who said he maintains a healthy lifestyle. He even questioned if he could have prevented it by working out more, but doctors assured him it was likely hereditary. The experience left a big impact on Dr. Dre. He expressed a newfound appreciation for life and acknowledged the unpredictable nature of such health events.
    Conclusion: Dr. Dre's story is one of perseverance, innovation, and artistic excellence. From his humble beginnings in Compton to his status as a global icon and business mogul, Dre has left an indelible mark on the world of music and popular culture. His contributions as a rapper, producer, and entrepreneur have shaped the sound and direction of hip-hop for over three decades, inspiring countless artists and fans around the world.
    As Dre continues to evolve and adapt in an ever-changing industry, his legacy as one of the most influential and successful figures in the history of hip-hop remains secure. His music, his vision, and his entrepreneurial spirit will continue to inspire and influence generations of artists and innovators to come, cementing his place as a true icon of American culture.
    In a career spanning more than three decades, Dr. Dre has proven himself to be a visionary artist, a savvy businessman, and a cultural trailblazer. His impact on the world of music and beyond is immeasurable, and his story serves as a testament to the power of creativity, hard work, and determination. As he continues to innovate and push boundaries in all of his endeavors, the world will be watching and listening, eager to see what new heights he will reach and what new standards he will set for excellence in the arts and beyond.

  • Hi, I'm Brad Reid, I love Cape Breton fiddle music, and I "play well with others" (said all of my school teachers except for the first, who said I had an attitude problem). I have my own story of how I connect with this music, and I love to hear other people’s stories. They may be mostly fiddlers ('cause that's how I roll), but there will also be guitar players, piano players, dancers, and anyone else whose path I cross. Why me? I’ve played music around the world - from ceilidhs, to cruise ships, to Cirque du Soleil - and found I can relate to just about anyone. : ) Attitude problem my foot!

  • Bringing you the SOUNDS of the music scene along with the VOICES of the community.
    The Sounds of Salisbury Podcast will feature local music, fun conversation and community insight.
    Highlighting local causes, artists, events and activities in and around Salisbury.

  • Kia ora!
    Highlighting and exploring the guitar players, builders, breakers, and makers of Aotearoa New Zealand, join us on a journey from the past to the present and meet all of the characters along the way.

  • Interviews and discussions with musicians and music industry professionals. Stories and live performances.

  • Join Country Cowgirl, Dr. D, and Nashville recording artist Blu Waters for a very special 15-week series from the soon-to-be-published book I’m Just a Country Song: Three Chords and Only My Truth.

    She's a country cowgirl first, but Dr. D is also double PhD, an educator, a positive psychologist, healer, certified business coach, yogini, former AM radio talk jock, and a sharer of inspiration in the form of red dirt wisdom.

    Her dear friend, Kat, better known as Nashville recording artist Blu Waters, is also a cattle farmer, certified Life Coach, singer, songwriter, and the voice you’ll hear behind each song that inspired the chapter each episode will be dedicated to.

    Take in the music, take in the stories, and take in the knowledge that you can have the life you choose no matter how many times you’ve been told you can’t.

  • I racconti rock de “Il Suonatore”, busker e podcaster musicale. Gli episodi de “Le Storie del Suonatore” sono anche una rubrica radiofonica del programma To-Tape in onda ogni lunedì dalle 22 alle 24 su Radio CRT.

  • Tua presença é o que mais quero, Jesus!

  • Qual è stata la canzone di Sanremo che vi ha folgorato più di tutte?
    Stefano Senardi, la "rockstar dei discografici", racconta in questo podcast "Sanremo è un lampo" le canzoni di Sanremo che lo hanno segnato ed emozionato.
    In ogni puntata una canzone, un lampo, che illumina storie e aneddoti incredibili raccontati da Stefano Senardi e da ospiti che raccontano il loro lampo sanremese: i protagonisti e delle protagoniste della musica italiana che Stefano ha accompagnato nella sua lunga e incredibile carriera.
    Lampi vocali e storie di canzoni da riascoltare insieme.
    "Sanremo è un lampo" è una serie Fandango Podcast.
    Stefano Senardi è autore, per Fandango libri, di "La musica è un lampo", disponibile in libreria e negli store online

  • Cerita sehari-hari si cerewet dengan banyak keseruan dari dunia pekerjaan sebagai guru taman kanak-kanak,mantan penyiar radio,sebagai seorang ibu dan anak dari mama yang cerewet ๐Ÿ˜€ actually my life so colorfull, dikemas dengan musik yang meaningfull untuk cerita sehari-hari yang seru๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Ž๐ŸŒˆ

  • Realizzato in occasione del 450esimo anniversario della nascita di Claudio Monteverdi, questo ciclo ne attraversa tutta la produzione. Un viaggio in diciotto tappe alla scoperta del “creatore della musica moderna”, secondo la felice definizione utilizzata dal musicologo Leo Schrade nel titolo della sua monografia dedicata all’autore dell’Orfeo.

    Le prime nove puntate, a cura di Marco Mangani, sono dedicate ai nove Libri di Madrigali, con una trasmissione introduttiva al ciclo.

    Seguono quattro puntate, a cura di Antonella D’Ovidio, consacrate ai tre capolavori teatrali: L’Orfeo, Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria e L’incoronazione di Poppea.

    Le ultime cinque puntate, a cura di Francesco Rocco Rossi, attraversano la produzione sacra. Si parte dai lavori giovanili (le Sacrae Cantiunculae) per poi passare al Vespro della Beata Vergine, fino all’imponente silloge della Selva morale e spirituale.

    a cura di Antonella D’Ovidio, Marco Mangani, Francesco Rocco Rossi

  • Save the movement podcast
    Memutarkan lagu dari band-band yang ada di Bekasi, Tambun, Cibitung dan cikarang



    https://youtube.com/channel/UCwbOEwq8A65uXFfRtSvM10Q

  • Welcome to HORIZN Radio, the home of melodic, house and techno. Join Volaris as he takes you on a musical journey, with music from the most exciting artists around the world alongside new releases from the HORIZN label. So, sit back, relax, and let Volaris guide you through the sounds of the underground on HORIZN Radio.

  • Each episode we use a place as a jumping off point for a conversation about music - anywhere from the obvious to the obscure.


    Join us as we build our music map of the world.


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  • Weekly podcasts providing an expert briefing on a wide range of intriguing musical themes.