Musik – Storbritannien – Nya podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Aryon presents: Rapture

    Embrace The Darkness...

  • We are a team of Kizomba enthusiasts who simply love this beautiful dance from Angola. Our podcast is dedicated to sharing the joy of Kizomba music & dance. 
    We aim to share knowledge and inspiration of this great dance from Angola by interviewing influential guests on the Kizomba dance scene worldwide.  

    Come and join us for interesting and fun, relaxed conversations with influential guests ranging from teachers, DJs, artists, performers, and promoters on the Kizomba dance scene. 

    Our aim is to spread the joy of this amazing music and dance to as many people as we can reach. 

    Let's dance & party Kizomba style! 

  • CLIQUES. is an infamous dnb group who have been releasing bangers and anthems since 2021. ”THIS IS CLIQUES.” delves into their creative processes, renegade art philosophies, and features conversations with friends and legends, shedding light on careers, personal journeys, and experiences of people from all different walks of life.

  • Book Lovers ๐Ÿค Swifties

    Two friends, Britt and Hannah, get together and combine their love books and their love of music (and Taylor Swift with some Harry Styles) into a bi-weekly podcast! Every two weeks, we read and review a book and assign a song to it, draw the parallels between the two, and have some fun along the way. You can expect honest reviews, a variety of genres and a whole lot of gossipy book talk. We can't wait for you to join us on this journey. Welcome to the Music for a Book Podcast.

  • Welcome to Skillit’s World hosted by rapper/presenter Ryan Skillit as he interviews entertainers, musicians and influencers alike.

  • A podcast in which we talk to anyone and everyone about music and music culture, and listen to their music, in West Northumberland and the Alston area, UK.

  • Mixes from back in the day to future sounds. Interviews and guest mixes from some of the hottest artists and new local talent. Hit subscribe to never miss an episode

  • Music interviews that shine a spotlight on indie pop, alt pop, and power pop artists that deserve to be heard!

  • If you’ve ever screamed your heart out at karaoke or shed a tear to a ballad, you’ll know that music is one of the most powerful forces on the planet. It’s the soundtrack to falling in love, falling out of love and everything in between. It’s the audio backdrop of summer festivals, nights out and every other important moment in your life.   
    But why does it have this effect on us? Why does learning to play an instrument or listening to music have such an enriching effect on our lives? Benefits of Music is a new podcast by Yamaha Music Europe, hosted by Zing Tsjeng, that explores the ins and outs of making and listening to your favourite tunes. From the science behind a feel-good band session to the communal roots of rave culture, join me as I talk to a fascinating lineup of experts to understand exactly why music tickles the ear and enriches the soul.
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  • Marty Schwartz, or as he’s better known on the Internet, Marty Music has been the face of guitar education on the Internet for the last decade and a half.
    With over 4 million YouTube subscribers, over two billion video views, and a career longer than most rock bands, Marty has arguably taught more people how to play guitar than anyone else in the world.
    This podcast features interviews and performances with your favorite artists, virtuosos, and up-and-coming talent.

  • Composer and producer Luke Tomlinson improvises on the piano creating a spontaneous soundtrack to guest’s stories and ideas. We explore the effect music has on the imagination, its psychology and its relationship to movement. A fun, unique and informative listen! Instagram @impropod visit for more info and to explore the interactive podcast map!You can also explore the map here:

  • Have you ever wondered which songs have inspired your favourite artists? This is Three Tracks & The Truth, the new podcast from radio presenter Madeleine Molly, where the country music stars of today and tomorrow open up their playlists to the music that made them. Every artist brings three truths that they have learnt in their career, as well as the three tracks that have shaped them into the artist they are today, for an in-depth conversation spanning songwriting, the country music industry... and, sometimes, just good old honky tonk.

  • Reporting in from Sector 11!

    Join us for news, discussion, and anything else relating to Coheed and Cambria.

  • The story of Riding The Low so far, from its conception in 2006 to now.We talk about the songs, the lyrics, the artwork and the experiences of Riding The Low.Find out more about the band through our

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  • Welcome to the niallpoints Eurovision Podcast, where Eurovision magic comes alive through the witty banter and lively discussions of your hosts, Niall and Tomas. Join these two friends on a captivating journey through the glittering world of Eurovision, where every song tells a story and every vote counts.

    In each episode, Niall and Tomas bring their unique perspectives and love for Eurovision to the forefront as they dissect the latest news, memorable performances, and iconic moments from the contest's rich history. From analyzing the intricacies of songwriting to exploring the cultural sign

  • Pause and Play it Forward is a podcast by Nicola Greenbrook and Rosie Kendrick about music — old and new — and how it makes us feel. If you’re a time-stretched music lover in need of a recommendation for what to listen to next - you’re in the right place!

    We start with Music Club - like book club but with albums. We review two albums, old or new, one suggested by Nicola and the other by Rosie. Then there's a themed Top 5 - we select five songs each on a chosen theme then whittle it down to an ultimate Top 5 for that week!

    Join us for new discoveries, music memories and lots of laughs.

  • Absolute Masters is a special podcast series from Wise Music Group exploring the lives and work of great composers past and present. Presented by Wise Music Group Creative Director Gill Graham in conversation with among others culture consultant and musician Susanna Eastburn and award winning journalist, author and broadcaster Stephen Johnson.

    Opening / closing theme: Symphony No. 5, Op. 82: Allegro Molto (Extract) composed by Jean Sibelius and performed by Filharmonie Brno

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  • Join the Eggs with special guest host Phill Jupitus for a walk though the Eggs recording process (in episode 1) and a track by track walkthough of the new record Eggsistentialism (in episode 2).

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  • Conversations about guitar with the best underground guitarists currently tickling the strings. From acid folk to avant-garde, and death metal to minimalism - if there's tense wood and tense strings, we are willing to embrace tense conversation. Hosted by Duncan Park in Durban, South Africa.

  • Formerly lead singer with rock band The Temperance Movement, Phil Campbell shares his experience in the band, what happened and where he's at now

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