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Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
The Pitchfork Review is the music podcast you've always wanted, from the most trusted voice in music. Join host Puja Patel, Pitchfork's Editor-in-Chief, as we dig deep into the week's best new music and rising artists, plus all the industry news and culture you need to know. Peek behind the curtain of Pitchfork and dive into our team’s music-nerd brains. Listen to The Pitchfork Review, and hear music differently. Subscribe to The Pitchfork Review to get new episodes every Friday at midnight.
 
Neil takes you with him on an unforgettable journey, from your front door to the history beneath our feet - walking in the footsteps of our ancestors to discover what made them tick and how they made us who we are today. For new Vodcast every week check out Neil Oliver on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/neiloliver The series Instagram account – Neil Oliver Love Letter And send any questions to – neiloliverpodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Subscribe on iTunes - itun.es/i6Yx8cY Follow on Stitcher - bit.ly/1Ko5384 Level 4 Media presents The Listen In Podcast, which features Sean and Jake talking about the latest music news, album releases, favorite tracks, and more. Have you ever wanted the insight of Pitchfork without the self-serious tone? The Listen In Podcast is for you.
 
Purveyor of left-field pop for the discerning fan of new music. "Cosmopolitan Pop Mecca" -PITCHFORK MEDIA Minty Fresh music is for people who can't imagine experiencing life without songs. If good music helps get you through life like water and air then you will always find a place here. Receive Exclusive tracks and videos from your favorite artists including; Axe Riverboy, Ezra Furman, Firefox AK, Trost, Lindsay Anderson and many more.
 
Welcome to Backstage with Dan Digs! In this podcast we go behind the scenes at the world's best live music venues and have a chat with my favorite artists before they go on stage. If you like the sounds of Gilles Peterson, Benji B, Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC Radio 6 Music, KCRW, Lefto, Soulection, Pitchfork, The Fader, Pigeons & Planes, Noisey, Okayplayer, Complex, Stones Throw, and Ninja Tune, you'll feel right at home. Find more music, DJ sets, interviews, and radio shows at http://dandigs.com.
 
A music podcast featuring artists we love. Want to discover rad new music? Look no further! We play whatever we want, and that just happens to include music being made by individuals and groups who aren't just 4 dudes jammin out. If you're tired of hearing the same old pitchfork npr av club music festival boys club b.s. and you want something hip and fresh, you've come to the right moon. (Note: explicit language has not been edited and may not be suitable for children.)
 
The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy.
 
Get WIRED is a new podcast about how the future is realized. Each week, we burrow down new rabbit holes to investigate the ways technology is changing our lives—from culture to business, science to design. Through hard-hitting reporting, intimate storytelling, and audio you won’t hear anywhere else, Get WIRED is the must-listen-to tech podcast that sets the agenda for the week. Hosted by WIRED Senior Writer Lauren Goode.
 
Mondo Music is a global leader in soundtrack distribution, fuelling renewed and broader interest in a genre that was long thought of as a specialist haunt. “Jaw dropping attention to detail” (Pitchfork). Since 2010, Mondo & Death Waltz have blazed a trail in the field of music, asserting a position as the market leader in the collectible soundtrack market. Working directly with directors such as David Lynch, Brad Bird and composers as varied as Angelo Badalamenti, Clint Mansell and John Carp ...
 
The Cookin’ Up Buckets Podcast is a bold podcast that looks to bring the NBA audience a fresh take on the podcast scene featuring hot takes from average, everyday fans as well as review some of Toronto’s best game time food as well as Ontario’s most refreshing Craft Beer. Cookin’ Up Buckets comprises of a big three: AJ Hernandez, Neo Obispo, and Rod Cohen. All men in their mid 20’s who grew up in Southern Ontario. So far, the podcast has provided 10 episodes covering the latter half of the 2 ...
 
Birmingham City Women FC through the eyes of match-going fans, Brum Is Blue talks honestly and passionately about women’s football. The Blues play in the Women’s Super League as well as the Conti Cup and Women’s FA Cup. Also covering club news and bringing you interviews with the players and manager. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon & More...
 
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We're excited to be bringing you a sneak peek at the latest from our friends at Bon Appétit! Healthyish is a six-part mini-series that takes on food and wellness in all their delicious complexity. Join host Amanda Shapiro (editorial director of Bon Appétit and the founding editor of Healthyish) along with professional chefs, home cooks, foragers, a…
 
Callum Williams from The Economist predicts what we can expect from the economy in the coming months based on past periods of massive non-financial disruption, including past pandemics and major world wars. Callum Williams is a senior economics writer at The Economist. Twitter: @econcallum What history tells you about post-pandemic booms: https://w…
 
We all have or will have points on life journey were we will have to make some tough choices and knowing what and when these appear to us is a very important life skill. Let's talk about it. Website: www.wycethoughts.com Follow on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/TerryWyce Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wyce-Thoughts-107480444494442/…
 
You've all heard the complaints and excuses... "These lazy bums just need to get back to work!" or "We can't find anyone to fill these jobs!" Tune in to learn why, and how, these statements are bullshit. Fight for good pay. >>> Please click through HERE to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and/or review! It is the single best thing you can do to hel…
 
In this podcast we’re landing in Lyme Regis with a swashbuckling Duke who is determined to be the King. Charles II’s eldest illegitimate son, James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, lands in the west country with a small army of soldiers intent on deposing his catholic uncle, King James II. The duke’s uprising gains momentum and his army swells to around 80…
 
The Toronto Star published a "Saturday Debate" about Egerton Ryerson's legacy that contradicted the TRC - and they knew it. And it appears a police dog's life mattered more than a Métis man's in Alberta. Canadaland French-language correspondent Émilie Nicolas and Canadaland contributing editor Danielle Paradis take over in Jesse's absence. Links: S…
 
Slowly becoming a Ranking Podcast and here we set a Euro 2020 / Round Robin competition involving all Beatles albums and the choice solo Beatles records. Turns out ranking is really hard. We also talk Garcia and Mayer meeting in Rock n Roll Heaven, the mental anguish of trying to play non-blues, and get an update on Johnny's swimming goggles. Hope …
 
On this week’s podcast, Jenessa Williams talks about shy interviewees, KPop and more as she delivers a primo new-music buffet for you to feast on this week. Artist “Track” [Album] Wolf Alice “How Can I Make It OK?” [Blue Weekend] BTS “Butter” [Single] DellaXOZ “Ahh!!” [Single] Lime Garden “Sick & Tired” [Single] Cherym “Listening to My Head” [Singl…
 
Language is a box. Dogma is a box. Comedian Cameron Gillette makes a strong case against the latter, but unfortunately, we had to use language to do this episode. Cameron and I bond over our memories of Christian weightlifting performers, then he tells me about the mortifying moment that sparked his first depression and a spiritual experience at a …
 
In this podcast, it’s 1745 and we’re walking along the cobbled streets of a busy, bustling fishing port, off to buy groceries from a young lad named James Cook. Staring out at the sea every day from his shop window in Staithes, North Yorkshire the teenage grocers boy, James Cook, dreamt of future that would take him around the world. Staithes is a …
 
Zach and bread_theory invited me on their stream to help break down and contextualize chapter 12 from the seminal anarchist work "The Conquest of Bread" by Peter Kropotkin. The chapter was a bit longer than others so we broke it into two seperate streams. The first half was previosuly released as Episode 32 of this podcast. For more from bread_theo…
 
Queen's University quickly rejected the findings of an anonymous report accusing six people associated with the school of misrepresenting their Indigenous identities. That prompt dismissal has raised questions about the non-status Ardoch Algonquin group, and the controversial academic from the U.S. who co-founded it. Further reading: Anonymous repo…
 
Ed the Sock doesn't seem okay since Bell announced it would reboot MuchMusic. CBC won't let their audience comment on their articles on Facebook anymore. And a Global radio host loses his job for using a racial slur - Is the era of edgelord talk radio over? Vice Senior Editor Manisha Krishnan co-hosts. Further reading/watching: BellMedia's announce…
 
Still feelin' the double albums and started watch the " Steve Jobs and Apple 1971: Rock changing the world and all that" series, so thought we'd tackle the sleaziest of the records from that year, "Exile On Main Street." Some say it's the finest album of the Stones's career, but it's also the sound of a slow implosion, of things falling apart post …
 
Eugene V. Debs - Labor organizer, socialist, warrior for the working class. “Your Honor, years ago I recognized my kinship with all living beings, and I made up my mind that I was not one bit better than the meanest on earth. I said then, and I say now, that while there is a lower class, I am in it, and while there is a criminal element, I am of it…
 
On this week’s podcast, Tom Crook, Paul Whitty and Ben Smith talk bumping into fellow [edit] radio host’s, ABBA and take inspiration from a listener collated playlist of French-Horn Rock (Thanks Max ). Artist “Track” [Album] Sharon van Etten & Angel Olson “Like I Used To” [single] The Fall “Sparta F.C.” [Country On The Click] Japanese Breakfast “Ko…
 
Ireland-born, Chicago-forged, world touring Michael Rice is one of the best comedians I know. He talks to me about maybe becoming a tree when he dies, how meditation makes you annoying at parties, and the under-16 hurling championship that was the greatest moment of his life so far. Check out the extended episode at patreon.com/davemaher with bonus…
 
You probably saw the news that Chipotle is raising its menu prices by 4 percent, and that leadership is blaming the price increase on the fact that they had to raise their starting pay to $15 per hour. It’s not at all surprising to see a large employer like Chipotle blame rising wages for everything, but what was disappointing was the media’s willi…
 
In this podcast I’m taking you to a place that’s part of my ‘origin myth’, it’s a location that witnessed a bloody and brutal battle which is famous around the world. As a wee lad, it was here, that I discovered many of my ancestors from Clan Cameron were killed and buried. This realisation clicked a switch in my young brain and I realised that if …
 
"Coercive control" is how cults like NXIVM entrap followers and how abusive partners dominate their victims. A growing movement is calling for a law against it. But what about the many people who want to surrender their will to others? Sarah Berman is the author of Don't Call It A Cult, a deep investigation of NXIVM. Don't Call It a Cult: The Shock…
 
Come backstage and meet Rosie Frater-Taylor! The London jazz-folk artist and I talked about her favorite venue to play in London, working with Chris Hyson from Snowpoet, the genius of George Benson, her childhood memories of the song "Destiny" by Zero 7, and how she put together her fantastic new album, Bloom. Plus Rosie played her favorite songs f…
 
Enjoy this bonus episode about "Oval Moon (IBC mx)"—an obscure Autechre track from 1991 that first appeared on the Warp20 box set (1:27)—and a bunch of great listener emails (9:12). Also, sorry about the poor audio quality here—we had some technical difficulties that made this episode sound a little like marhide. Email us: GonkcastPod@gmail.com Fol…
 
Muslim-Canadians call out the media for harming their community. And the controversy around CBC cancelling Kim's Convenience goes international. Freelance journalist and The Backbench's host Fatima Syed co-hosts. Further reading: Jonathan's full Twitter thread on The London Free Press & Toronto Sun's coverage of the London attack; Fatima's most rec…
 
In a special new feature, we have a round table Charlie Rose / Hard Talk style serious tete a tete discussion about all that is "The Blues." We dissect Microsoft vs Apple blues rivalry, what makes Clapton's "Technique" so important in his ranking within The Blues Pantheon, and Joe Perry's pectoral workout regime. We are fortunate to be joined on th…
 
Bread_theory invited me on their stream to help break down and contextualize chatper 12 from the seminal anarchist work The Conquest of Bread by Peter Kropotkin The chapter was a bit longer than others so we broke it into two seperate streams. Part two should release about a week after part 1! For more from bread_theory and Zack, please check out h…
 
On this week’s podcast, Ben Marwood talks friendship, Eurovision and the end of the pandemic as he plays his favourite tracks both new and used. Artist “Track” [Album] Aesop Rock “Dog At The Door” [Spirit Animal Field Guide] Daði Freyr “10 Years” [-] Field Music “Not When You’re In Love” [Flat White Moon] Jeff Rosenstock “Old Crap” [NO DREAM] Modes…
 
Jamison Webb (What We Do in the Shadows, Space Force) had a dream in middle school and got to live it performing on the Second City Mainstage. Along the way, he shook off the bullying of early high school by barraging his classmates with comedy until they booed him senior year. Listen to this journey and his thoughts on what comes after everything.…
 
In this podcast we’re walking down the aisle with a couple who fought like cat and dog for years, but are now about to be joined in union. The Act of Union came into force in 1707 and England and Scotland were finally brought together by the pen and not the sword. The independent parliaments of Scotland & England were united and a prosperous new be…
 
Recordings of 911 calls from the night of the Portapique massacre have been leaked to the press, and they prove that the RCMP have been lying from the start about a crucial piece of information. But somehow it’s the journalists that published the calls who are facing an angry public backlash. Frank Magazine publisher Andrew Douglas and reporter Pau…
 
The discovery of 215 residential school children in a mass grave spurs this week's discussion on how journalists report stories about Indigenous people. And in the wake of this news, a Bill that could empower Indigenous children is largely eclipsed. Thunder Bay host Ryan McMahon and IndigiNews' child welfare reporter Anna McKenzie co-host in Jesse'…
 
Johnny called today as the first day of summer, and we tackle the record that pushed the California sound of the 60s to it's apocalyptic conclusion. Punk is here - it's getting angular. There are all sorts of pagan / pirate hybrids happening, Lindsey Buckingham is cutting his hair with toe nail clippers - and there is a blizzard of Cocaine. Plus it…
 
On this week’s podcast, Kev Lawson natters about visiting family for the first time in over a year, the great emo-revival and the next big thing in K-Pop in between sharing his favourite new music tracks. Artist “Track” [Album] Skrillex, Swae Lee & Siiickbrain “Too Bizarre” [Single] The Armed “An Iteration” [Ultrapop] Iron Chic “Catgut” [Single] Or…
 
Calvero—aka my former roommate Gabe Liebowitz—is a singer, pop songwriter, producer, and lover of therapy. We talk about the damages capitalism, hustle culture, and young success narratives have done to those of us looking for long and sustainable creative careers. He also shares a memory of working together with his late producer and friend Max Pe…
 
Radical and rising economic inequality is no secret — and now, thanks to new research from the Economic Policy Institute, neither is its price tag nor its cause. There’s never been a study quite like this — one which places specific, real dollar amounts on every trickle-down policy American politicians have embraced. The study’s authors, Larry Mish…
 
There have been dozens of arrests at Fairy Creek... but not much footage to show for it. That's because the RCMP have been blocking and corralling journalists from freely covering the demonstrations. But according to court precedent and the RCMP's own guidelines, journalists do have the right to be present even when there is a court injunction. So …
 
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