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Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
A podcast for people who see the arts as a force for positive, progressive change. More Devotedly is a gathering point for a community of people who recognize the power of the arts to create change, and who understand how to use that power. The title of the show is inspired by conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein’s reaction to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 when he said “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ...
 
The world of video games is exciting and full of innovative music. Join Will Helliwell and Lloyd Tranter as they explore the phenomenon of games and music, from reviews and interviews to the history behind some of your favourite consoles. If you enjoy video games and their accompanying soundtracks, this is the podcast for you.
 
"Create, live, breath and be free" : There is another way! The goal of the 'There is another way' podcast is to help and empower those on a journey to break away from the 9 to 5, captive working environment and live the life they truly want to. To explore life, the world and creativity. There is another way podcast is all about the journey of being a creativity, a no holes barred account of the ups and downs of being a creative. Neil aims to give listeners the whole truth about the journey a ...
 
Mencari )))Bunyian Elektrik(( is an attempt to document 'The Future Sound Of Malaysia'. A personal attempt in compiling singles', albums and live recording made by our very own local 'bedroom' dj's, composers and programmers of the 'twelve bit samplers' for future references. Futurist Music Made Today for Tomorrow™ _ *For more info - http://www.asasku.blogspot.com
 
In a post-apocalyptic world with no internet or electricity, five disparate factions vie for dominance in the city-state of Fiveboro. Each tribe worships at the altar of the bygone pop-culture references of an earlier time, and relishes the stories of film and television they've never actually seen. The Fansci Folk live in a Sci-Fi/Fantasy cosplay kingdom, the Escandalistas invoke the drama of the Telenovelas, The Criterione Collective praises the independent Art Film, the Snookis favor "rea ...
 
Foundering is a new serialized podcast from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology. Each season, Foundering brings you inside a different high-stakes drama from Silicon Valley, where its companies are wielding unprecedented capital and power.
 
What if music could open visions of the future? What if a mysterious melody drove an entire world mad? What if the greatest composer in history had alien inspiration? Theme and Variations is a podcast anthology of speculative fiction with music as a theme. The second volume of the anthology, Opus 2, has six new audio episodes by authors of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Some of the episodes feature original music.
 
The Guitar Hour Podcast is a weekly, long-form discussion hosted by David Beebee, Tom Quayle, Dan Smith & Jake Willson. Together, and in conversation with today’s top players, they explore different approaches for improvising, theory, technique, practising, teaching and share the humorous ups and downs of being professional guitarists in the modern age.
 
In this Innovating Music podcast, we talk about disruptive technologies in music. Hosted by Gigi Johnson and produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, we bring together unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry. As Kevin Kelly has been quoted to say, “The Future is Already Here -- It’s just not evenly distributed.” Join us here to see where the future may already have landed.
 
CiTR is proud to present one of the best jazz shows in Vancouver. It has been hosted by notable jazz musician Gavin Walker since 1984. He features Jazz music that is respectful of its tradition and influential to the future. Every 11 o clock an album or an artist is featured and explored in depth. Walker's extensive knowledge and hands-on experience as a jazz player has made this show one of the most listened to in its genre.
 
Simplify the complexities of life through a stimulating, provocative, and fun narrative journey with the world’s most supremely intriguing, refreshingly forthright artists, scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs, experts, and humans. Hear insights, advice and winning paradigms that guide you toward your best self and a brighter future, all while expanding your knowledge of the amazing happenings on our planet. Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
 
Möbius Partners is a relationship driven IT solutions provider, offering best of breed technology and services for large enterprise organizations. We assess, architect, implement and manage IT solutions that improve performance, maximize the value of data center investments and prepare companies for future growth. From hardware, to software, to professional services, Möbius Partners serves clients throughout the central U.S. from its headquarters in San Antonio and its offices in Dallas and ...
 
Tango is so much more than a musical genre. It’s history, passion and feeling. It’s integration of culture, distance and generations in one expression, an Argentine sound, that people around the world associate with us and our country. Tango has got its history, secrets, artists. Past, present and future of a cultural expression declared by UNESCO as Non-Material Cultural Heritage of Mankind. Every week we introduce a special program about the most important people in Argentine tango. It’s a ...
 
Jean-Michel Jarre is a true pioneer in electronic music. A two time Grammy nominee, with more than eighty million albums sold throughout his career, a four-time Guinness World Record holder for largest concert ever performed, and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, renowned for his one-off groundbreaking events at historical landmarks across the world. Jarre has been a key force in turning electronic music into the phenomenon it is today. An innovator on many levels, Jarre is often cited as an impor ...
 
Musician Ami Dang chats with womxn, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ and/or genderqueer music producers and composers to explore how identity and politics are interwoven within our music practice, the tools and technology that we use, and how we share our work. Through open and honest conversations from one artist to another, That Dang Show reveals how these musicians sit at the helm of the future, their identities, and their work.
 
Curious about what it takes to be a female in Hollywood? Want advice on projects from today's leading ladies? Ready to advocate for women in film, music, and entertainment, including yourself? You're in the right place! Welcome To the She's So Reel Podcast where we share real stories and expertise from female creators, artists, and many more in the industry. We discuss inclusivity, representation, storytelling, skill development, inspirational stories, and much more. Tune in every Thursday w ...
 
A morning of 28 march 1996 a boy was born with the amazing talent of DJ& Music Production. As the days passes his interest in music is remarkably increased. He lives in music and want to become most important person in this field. So he tried hard to learn music production… and as the days goes on he meets two 2 friends they also have craze in music field... They started along and make a crew known as ‘BASSBEARD’. And started their way in music production. As their journey goes on they come ...
 
Online Boutiquers Podcast, the show to help you to stop dreaming about having a top online store and start building it. On this podcast we talk traffic, marketing, and boutiquing with online boutique owners and entrepreneurs who know online retail and ecommerce biz. If you’ve been thinking about or working on starting an online store and getting into the eCommerce game this podcast can help you. Join host Akilah Thompkins-Robison for value packed shows filled with training and online boutiqu ...
 
Lifestyle Architecture Lab is a show hosted by Himanshu Sachdeva. Himanshu Sachdeva is a writer, lifestyle architect and a self-experimenter. In this show, he talks about lifestyle design, financial freedom and converses with personalities who have transformed their passion into profession. These guests range from artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, coaches, investors, professional athletes etc. These conversations dig deep into their story to find out their thought process, tools, strategies ...
 
When it comes to verb forms, it's always the same problem: lack of speed. You understand the tense, and when you write, you can eventually put it together. But when you speak, you stumble, hesitate, have to stop to think and "write it" in your head... It's very frustrating. These French Verb Drills are designed to help you memorize the verb forms, and the way they are pronounced in French today. The aim is not to explain the tenses, nor to help you figure out how to construct them, but to he ...
 
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www.instagram.com/belowandbeyondmusic www.facebook.com/BelowandBeyond www.twitter.com/below___beyond Tracklist: Tricky - Aftermath Portishead - Strangers Massive Attack - Safe From Harm The Wild Bunch - Creation The Wild Bunch - Friends And Countrymen Fresh Four - Wishing On A Star Dusty Springfield - The Look of Love Black Roots - Bristol Rock Bau…
 
Let's rewind to Ms. Allison Powell, ladies, and gents who is our lovely guest today! Since moving to Los Angeles from North Carolina, Allison has been involved in projects as an actor, writer, director, producer, and resident tea drinker. Her short film BLACK WIDOW: ORIGINS got rave reviews from Movie Pilot News and toured the country with Geek Fil…
 
Buster Poindexter is the lounge-lizard alter-ego of David Johansen, one of rock’s most influential singers. After founding the seminal glam/punk band The New York Dolls and beginning a successful solo career, Johansen unveiled his Buster Poindexter character in the mid-80s, and you’ve been dancing to his version of “Hot Hot Hot” at weddings ever si…
 
Sanaë Lemoine’s début novel, “The Margot Affair,” is about a seventeen-year-old high-school student whose father, a high-ranking official, does not acknowledge her or her mother publicly. In telling Margot’s story, Lemoine drew upon her own complex family history: when she was twenty-one, she discovered that her father had a secret second family. I…
 
3OH!3 has gotta be one of the most innovative, quirky, and fun dance/pop groups to come out the last decade. I saw them roughly ten years ago with a few good friends of mine in Fargo, North Dakota. I'll never forget that show. It was truly an experience, and I am so humbled to have them on the show. I have countless memories of my friends and I dan…
 
Hamiltones started out as the backing singers for singer Anthony Hamilton, but this Grammy-Nominated vocal trio has developed their own soul sound, combining sweet falsetto croons and smooth round harmonies with some funky grooves and trap beats, and a little vintage-sounding swagger in the production. Their 2020 release, called 1964, references th…
 
In this Episode, we start looking at ways to discover whom we really are, what is it that makes us unique, by creating the 'self mood board'. With this knowledge, we will be able to open up your true inner creative vision. If you like the podcast, and can afford or would like to, please help us going and buy us a coffee. Thanks :) https://www.buyme…
 
This week the boys ask the question; “Do we really need to learn Giant Steps?” John Coltrane’s seminal tune from the 1960 album of the same name. They take a closer look at what it is, why it’s so notoriously tricky, how they’ve all tackled it in the past, and what you may or may not gain from attempting this ultimate jazz Tough Mudder. This week i…
 
This month, Georgia flipped: its voters picked a Democrat for President for the first time since Bill Clinton’s first-term election. To a significant degree, Charles Bethea says, this was owing to political organizing among Black voters; after all, Donald Trump still received approximately seventy per cent of the white vote. Bethea tells David Remn…
 
The holidays officially begin next week, so best wishes from all of us at OMN and Artichoke Music. I know some of youse guys are already engaged in finding gifts and that is why, sitting across from me, at a safe distance, and masked, is Oregon’s premiere music poster artist, Gary Houston of Voodoo Catbox.I know you’ve seen his work. Twenty years o…
 
Ólafur Arnalds is an Icelandic composer and multi-instrumentalist whose work toes the line between classical music, electronic music and film scores, mostly with a delicate undercurrent of minimalism. For his latest introspective album, some kind of peace, which reflects on connections and rituals, he has incorporated piano, strings, and electronic…
 
We have a great guest today! We totally connected on all wavelengths! Winter Dunn is an award-winning producer, director, and actress hailing from Gary, IN with a passion for depicting rich Black stories. She produced Numa Perrier’s debut feature film, Jezebel which premiered at SXSW 2019 and was awarded Best Narrative Feature at the American Black…
 
Between the two of them, Jerry Seinfeld and Steve Martin have nearly a century of experience in the delicate art of telling jokes. In a conversation with Susan Morrison during the 2020 New Yorker Festival, they discussed their long careers, learning how to adjust to new cultural forces, and the process of aging. Plus, Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax perfor…
 
Kamal Moo, Esq. is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Southwestern Law School. Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Miami, Florida, he currently resides in Southern California with his wife and daughter. Throughout his career, he has represented musicians from various genres of music as both personal manager and attorney. He…
 
Percussionist and songwriter Joachim Cooder rearranges traditional music made popular by songster and banjo player Uncle Dave Macon in the early 20th century (or so) for the completely unexpected and inventive choice of electric mbira (thumb piano.) These re-composed and re-worked tunes, much-admired by multiple generations of Cooders, get stunning…
 
In this Episode, we welcome in the first of the new Creativity quick tips. Investigating the 'Morning Brain Dump' technique to help you have a clearer mind and a more creative day. If you like the podcast, and can afford or would like to, please help us going and buy us a coffee. Thanks :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SpencerBruce There is another …
 
The guys pick up on the muscle memory thread started in October's bonus episode, they deep dive the subject and Tom weighs in with his thoughts. Conversation then pivots to learning blues vocabulary, bebop language and if remembering changes actually makes us all play better? Dan ponders a question for the ages “What even is vocab bro?” If you enjo…
 
The President’s fantastical allegations about “illegal ballots” are being indulged by quite a number of prominent Republicans in Washington, who have declined to acknowledge Joe Biden as President-elect. If Republicans in some key state legislatures go further and appoint electors who disregard their states’ popular votes, the electoral chaos would…
 
Happy to be back with you again in the Artichoke Music Café.And after several years, Amy Maxwell is back on the podcast. She runs Ticket Tomato, the Oregon-based concert and venue ticketing company, trying to keep their head above water, like the rest of us.What does the present look like? And what does the future hold?The first part we know, but t…
 
Welsh guitarist Gwenifer Raymond tells tales without words with her fast and aggressive fingerpicking - adapting “American Primitive” style for "old weird Wales." The fast and aggressive part might be due to her having played in punk bands, but her musical roots extend to the blues, opera, and folk, while leaning into the darkness, goth imagery, an…
 
Born and raised in London, Jade is a multi-award winning actor. Now with over 60 acting jobs, spanning TV, Film, and Theatre, and 500 Voiceover jobs to date, Jade is a well-established face and voice internationally. She earned several best actress nominations for her role in THE INTENT(Netflix), the best acting duo in THE CONTRACT and you can also…
 
In the nineteen-thirties, authoritarian regimes were on the rise around the world—as they are again today—and democratic governments that came into existence after the First World War were toppling. “American democracy, too, staggered,” Jill Lepore wrote in The New Yorker, “weakened by corruption, monopoly, apathy, inequality, political violence, h…
 
This Is The Kit is British singer and songwriter Kate Stables (lately based in France) and whoever joins her. Her early albums were rooted in the long British folk/rock tradition, but her new record, Off Off On, has a different sound – grander arrangements, with more flesh on them, for one - perhaps more so for her having toured (in the before time…
 
Jake and Dan welcome Australian guitar visionary Plini onto the podcast to talk about his new music, inspirations and the creative journey. This week's extended Patreon edit features some extra minutes with Plini and the guys: a behind the podcast sausage curtain, covid catch ups, and all the usual bants. If you enjoy the show please consider suppo…
 
In this podcast Russell Maliphant, the critically acclaimed, award winning choreographer, dancer and artistic director of Russell Maliphant Dance Company, discusses his career and work that firmly places this artist as one of Britain’s most important choreographers creating work today. Next year, Russell Maliphant Dance Company is set to celebrate …
 
English National Ballet and Dutch National Ballet former Artistic Director, former Royal Ballet Senior Principal Dancer and world renowned choreographer Wayne Eagling, talks to The Wonderful World of Dance about his dance career, training with Dame Ninette de Valois, working with Sir Kenneth MacMillan and Sir Frederick Ashton, life at the famous Ro…
 
No matter the vote count, legal challenges and resistance in Washington continue to make this election historically fraught. David Remnick speaks about the state of the race with some of The New Yorker’s political thinkers: Evan Osnos on Biden’s candidacy, Jeannie Suk Gersen on how the Supreme Court may respond, Susan Glasser on Mitch McConnell’s h…
 
Because OMN just turned eleven last week. I thought I’d take a break on Coffeeshop Conversations from talking to folks in the music industry and talk to myself….and you.I helped found OMN in 2009, Later, I’ll tell you why in case you’ve never heard that story before. What else are we going to talk about besides of course the future?I dunno.Let’s ju…
 
Kazakh-British violinist and composer Galya Bisengalieva plays music from her debut album Aralkum (released on Björk’s One Little Independent record label.) Aralkum is named after the desert that exists where the Aral Sea between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to be, which used to be the world’s fourth largest lake, but has been catastrophically shrinki…
 
We got a wonderful guest today! With over two decades of experience in the music industry, Laura Monaco sees the business as an artist, songwriter, and music business insider. In her early career, she shared the stage with artists such as Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey, and more. Additionally, she is a certified music business professional and vocal style…
 
Elvis Costello’s new album, Hey Clockface, veers through all kinds of musical territory: melancholy ballads, spoken word soundscapes, abrasive rockenroll, and songs with an old time jazz flavor. While most of the songs were written in Helsinki and Paris before the Covid-19 lockdown, Costello also collaborated from a distance with New York trumpeter…
 
The delegates are shocked to learn that The Cardinal had a vision of a movie from the world that was. Skeptical of The Cardinal, Ripley, Danielle, Yolanda, Chip, Teller Bastien, and Lukas conspire in secret to investigate what is truly afoot. After working through their prejudices, the six determine that they will have to unite to unearth The Cardi…
 
The Presidency of Donald Trump has been unlike any other in America’s history. While many of his core promises remain unfulfilled, he managed to reshape our politics in just four years. On the cusp of the 2020 election, David Remnick assesses the Trump Administration’s impact on immigration policy, the climate, white identity politics, and the judi…
 
About this episode What is transactional privacy and how does it affect you every day? Sebastian Buergel from HOPR joins to discuss current vulnerabilities in crypto and how HOPR is addressing them. Where to find the show iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Youtube | RSS Feed Support the show If you like End of the Chain you can help support the show by …
 
This week the boys revisit the ever elusive concept of ‘time feel’, bringing in Jake’s colleague Dr Milton Mermikides for a scholarly deep dive into the technique, theory and analysis of time feel. This week's extended Patreon edit features the longer chat with Milton, including guilty pleasures, subjectivity, and the snare sound on Metallica's St.…
 
In Café Artichoke with another OMN Coffeeshop Conversation. Upcoming episodes? Amy Maxwell from Ticket Tomato on the future of concerts, immediate and otherwise. Also percussionist, actor and all around interesting guy Caton Lyles, and next week, since we just had OMN’s eleventh anniversary….I’ll be doing the podcast solo. Something for you to eith…
 
For the 2.4 million veterans who’ve served in Iraq and Afghanistan, the experience of war isn’t necessarily ended by coming home. Memories -particularly traumatic ones - stay with them for life, often manifesting themselves in dreams. The retelling of those dreams is at the heart of Holding It Down: The Veterans’ Dreams Project, a 2012 collaboratio…
 
Howdy y’all! Nikki Petersen is an American-born film director and producer living in Paris. She owns a creative agency whose client list includes Vogue, ABC, CNN, BBC, and the Google Cultural Institute. She also works as a Production and Development Executive at YouTube, supervising their non-fiction content. Over the past decade, Nikki has produce…
 
It feels like a lifetime since the coronavirus pandemic transformed Americans’ daily lives, seven months ago, and fatigue is setting in even as the disease ravages new regions. The staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman talked with one of the people who has a unique perspective on those terrifying first weeks when the world seemed to be ending. Terence La…
 
Julian Jordan is a Dutch DJ and producer signed to Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS. He's worked with artists like Martin Garrix, Brooks, TITUS, and Seth Hills. In this episode, Julian Jordan and I talk about his production process, creativity during the pandemic, his appearances on children shows, his new sample packs and masterclass, as well what he w…
 
Wrap yourself in the reverb-drenched guitar-driven songs from Brighton-based Juanita Stein, sometimes seen fronting the band Howling Bells (originally from Sydney, Australia.) Inherent in her music is a love of pop, psych, and rockenroll from the 1950s and 60s, mixed with some American country, folk, and the Blues. On her latest album, Snapshot, wr…
 
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