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Best The Point Of Everything podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Zara Hedderman returns to the TPOE podcast to talk about some of our favourite albums from the past three months. We discuss Fiona Apple, Charli XCX, Phoebe Bridgers, Laura Marling, Perfume Genius, Bob Dylan, Blake Mills and more. Then we turn our focus to Ireland, from albums by Bleeding Heart Pigeons and Brigid Mae Power to singles from the likes…
 
Limerick trio Bleeding Heart Pigeons have released one of the best albums of the year so far with their second album Stir. Singer Mícheál Keating explains their journey to date, from major label to going independent, feeling part of the thriving Limerick scene and their sound.Outro music: Bleeding Heart Pigeons - 'All For The Best'Order Stir: https…
 
Fresh from releasing Murmuration, his debut album under the guise of Swimmers Jackson, Niall Jackson joins from his London home to discuss its creation, as well as Weezer's influence, how it differs from his other bands Bouts and Sweat Threats, how it helped "catalogue my 30s", getting through lockdown with help from Tim Burgess' Twitter listening …
 
Brian McNamara and Viva Dean aka Brave Young Soldier released their debut EP I Live Here on May 1. Brian talks about how the project started in New York while they were living there together and how the sound developed. Then he explains how he helped co-found Dublin Digital Radio (DDR) a few years ago while driving back from Open Ear Festival, how …
 
After the release of her brilliant new album Future Nostalgia, has that elevated Dua Lipa into the upper echelons of the pop world? Journalist and music critic Louise Bruton joins to run through the world of pop through not one but five lists- Eternal top pop female idols- Personal faves- Hottest acts in the world right now- Arthouse pop (entities …
 
This week's guest on the TPOE podcast is the Dublin rapper Paul Alwright aka Lethal Dialect, who's recently released the final part of his LD50 trilogy, which began in 2011. He's got two other albums under his belt as well, including one under his own name, Hungry, which came out in 2018. Over Skype, Alwright discusses why he went back to the Letha…
 
Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson aka CMAT and Rachael Lavelle were the guests on a live recording of the TPOE podcast at Plugd over the Quarter Block Party weekend earlier this year. Relatively new artists, they talk about the art of songwriting, retreats/workshops, stanning each other's music, support from the Irish music industry and what to expect from…
 
It's the annual TPOE-Totally Irish Choice Prize preview show! Eoghan and John Barker go through each of the 10 nominees for Irish album of the year before predicting who we think is going home with the award. The show takes place at Vicar Street on Thursday, March 5. The nomineesDaithi - L.O.S.S. Mick Flannery - Mick Flannery Fontaines D.C. – Dogre…
 
Dublin-based band Autre Monde release their debut album The Imaginary Museum on Strange Brew Records this Friday, February 28. After playing together and with each other in various bands under the Popical Island collective, the foursome - Paddy Hanna (vocals), Padraig Cooney (bass, synth, vocals), Mark Chester (guitar) and Eoghan O’Brien (drums, sy…
 
Matt Corrigan aka Ghostking Is Dead is a young artist from Cork City who releases his third EP, Fever Dreaming, via the Hausu Collective on February 28. He talks about how an older track featuring on the Needle Drop drove him to work harder on his music to reach this current phase. We chat about the vibrant Cork scene, his playing with Alex Gough, …
 
Journalist Mike McGrath-Bryan (Red on Red podcast, The Echo, Nialler9.com) joins to look back at the decade in Cork music, from venues that have come and gone and come again to bands who burned brightly and briefly and ones who continue to put out great music. From the rap scene to the experimental/improve scene, there's loads that we could have ta…
 
The rise of rap music in Ireland was one of the themes of the 2010s - journalist/critic Dean Van Nguyen joins the pod to run down some of the defining artists of the decade, from Lecs Luther/Rejjie Snow to Kojaque, Rusangano Family to Mango, and new acts such as Denise Chaila, Reggie and Boy W1DR. We also tackle Versatile, Kanye West's gospel album…
 
Junior Brother released my favourite album of 2019 in Pull The Right Rope so I was delighted to chat with him for the TPOE podcast as part of the Quiet Lights festival in the Kino in late November - thanks to Jon Pearson and the whole team for having me. I talked to Junior about his stellar 2019, supporting the likes of Glen Hansard and the Proclai…
 
Caoilian Sherlock and Aisling O'Riordan join the podcast as we round off our lookback on 2019. They share their top albums of the year as we deviate into talking points about venues in Cork (they work at the reopened Kino), mental health, Girl Band, Irish music in general, Lizzo, Beyonce and Solange, festivals such as Glastonbury and Primavera, Cao…
 
Journalist and music critic Zara Hedderman returns to run through our international albums of the year in part two of our best of 2019 podcast roundup, following the Irish songs and albums of the year show last week. From Weyes Blood to Ariana Grande and Vampire Weekend, we discuss our favourites records from a brilliant 12 months of music. Any tho…
 
Journalist and music critic Zara Hedderman returns for our best of 2019 podcast running through the Irish singles and albums of the year (international run-through to come). There are some tracks featured throughout the episode but check out thepointofeverything.com to hear all the songs and search TPOE on Spotify. It's been a great year for Irish …
 
Ashley Keating talks us through 30 years of the Frank & Walters in a live interview done in the Kino as part of the inaugural Cork Podcast Festival. From the very first gig on October 14, 1989 in De Barras through to Top of the Pops, Trains, Boats and Planes and Grand Parade, Setanta Records and much more, he's an open book on the long exalting jou…
 
Dublin rap/hip-hop duo Mango x Mathman released their long-awaited debut album Casual Work in early November, preceded by lead single 'Deep Blue', featuring Lisa Hannigan. Having started out together as part of the Animators, Mango and Mathman got together in the mid-2010s and have really honed their craft - and live show - over the intervening yea…
 
Dublin artist Sorcha Richardson releases her long-awaited debut album First Prize Bravery via Faction Records on November 8. Ahead of its release, and while on tour supporting Honeyblood in the UK, Sorcha talks about her journey from Dublin to New York to Los Angeles and back again, how the creative scene in Dublin helped her find her voice, why sh…
 
Dundalk artists Andrew and Charles Hendy aka rappes TPM and trad band The Mary Wallopers (where they're joined by Sean McKenna)were the guests on a live episode of the TPOE podcast recorded at O'Donovan's Hotel as part of Clonakilty International Guitar Festival 2019. We talked about how they started each act, their audiences, DIY, Richie Kavanagh,…
 
Tandem Felix have released one of the best albums of the year with their long-awaited debut, Rom-Com. Frontman David Tapley talks about how it was created, the journey of the band, country music, how 'playing the game' isn't for him, the greatest job he ever had, the Irish music non-industry and lots more. Tandem Felix tour dates:November 14: The K…
 
David Geraghty aka Join Me In The Pines, and one part of Bell X1, recently released Monomania, his fourth solo album and second under the Pines moniker. It's brilliant, flowing with 80s synths and Prince references. In our interview, we chat about his upcoming tour dates, how the new sound and album came about, how he fell out of, and back in, love…
 
A Lazarus Soul have made one of the Irish albums of the year in The D They Put Between The R And L. Ahead of a show at Whelan's on October 30, Brian Brannigan talks about the recording process behind it, how album highlight 'Long Balconies' came right near the end, why it's the happiest he's ever been with an album after 20 years or so of being a b…
 
Rosie Carney discusses her stellar year so far, which began with the release of her superb debut album Bare and continues this weekend at Sounds From A Safe Harbour in Cork city - she plays Coughlan's at 7pm on Sunday, September 15. She talks about her journey to date, from being dropped by Polydor to recording with Lisa Hannigan, the pressure of S…
 
Ahead of released a new self-titled collaboration album with fellow Gloaming member Thomas Bartlett, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh joins the TPOE podcast to talk about how it was recorded, his journey in music, his own bespoke instrument the hardanger d'amore, improvising, and not having a phone. Caoimhín and Thomas play Live at St Luke's on Saturday, Sep…
 
Mary Hickson is the director of Sounds From A Safe Harbour festival, which returns to Cork city for its third edition from September 10-15, 2019, featuring the likes of Feist, Damien Rice, Efterklang, Thomas Bartlett and Caoimhin O Raghallaigh, and lots more. It's curated by Mary, alongside the Dessner brothers Aaron and Bryce, Enda Walsh and Cilli…
 
This week on the TPOE podcast is a live recording, from O'Mahony's of Watergrasshill during the Mystery Bus Tour of Crosstown Drift litfest, where I got to interview Emilie Pine (Notes to Self) and Ian Maleney (Minor Monuments) about writing their non-fiction books; Tramp Press, which published both of them; and what's next for both of them.…
 
Knockanstockan returns to Blessington, Co Wicklow on July 19-21, 2019 with another stellar lineup, from Mango, TPM and Powpig to Junior Brother, Soda Blonde and about 100 more. It's going to be an amazing weekend - and my first time going to Knockanstockan. So I thought I better get the down-low from music director Graham Sharpe about what to expec…
 
A House are playing as A House Is Dead to perform I Am Still The Greatest this Saturday, June 29, at the National Concert Hall as they receive the NCH/Imro Trailblazer Award that was first awarded to Microdisney in 2018. Dave Couse and Fergal Bunbury are the sole remaining members and ahead of the show I talked to Couse, over his landline in Cavan,…
 
Gemma and Morgan aka Saint Sister talk about their recent US tour, playing NPR's Tiny Desk, the special moment when they first met each other in college, my song of 2018 'Twin Peaks', new music, knitting and what's next.Saint Sister tour dates:September 12: Connollys of Leap, CorkSeptember 13: Set Theatre, KilkennySeptember 14: Dolan’s, LimerickSep…
 
Mick Flannery is a busy boy at the moment - he's releasing his self-titled sixth studio album on July 5 and has collaborated to turn his 2007 album Evening Train into a musical of the same name for Cork Midsummer. It runs at the Everyman June 14-23.Synopsis: West Cork: Grace dreams of a new life far away from here as she waits for Luther; he's late…
 
Vicky Langan is a Cork-based artist and is also involved in putting together the fourth edition of Open Ear Festival, which takes place on Sherkin Island, West Cork, this weekend, May 30 to June 2. It's a bit different to the music festival norm, which gives a platform to Irish artists involved in the experimental and electronic music scene. Ticket…
 
The Point Of Everything podcast returned to It Takes A Village festival in Trabolgan for a panel on The State Of Cork. Ellie O'Byrne (journalist), Greg Dowling (Fish Go Deep) and Lisa O'Flynn (DJ, Plugd) discuss some of the issues facing the arts in Cork, from artist spaces - or the lackthereof - to the events centre, drawing a crowd, later closing…
 
Pillow Queens (Cathy, Pamela, Rachel and Sarah) are one of my favourite bands of recent years so I was delighted to talk to them on the eve of their UK/EU tour supporting Soak. They talk about tour prep, not forming on a basketball court, how 'Gay Girls', one of the songs of the decade, came about, and what's next for the four piece.Pillow Queens I…
 
Cian Ó Cíobháin marks 20 years of An Taobh Tuathail this week. Broadcast on Raidio na Gaeltachta, Monday to Friday, 10pm to midnight, the show runs the gamut of genres, from ambient, folk and soundscape, to indie, techno and dance. It's a voyage of discovery. Over a 45-minute interview, Cian discusses how he got involved in radio, how his love of m…
 
Ian Maleney released his debut collection of essays, Minor Monuments, on Tramp Press at the end of March. He writes intimately about the family homestead in the midlands, his role in it, and how Alzheimer's took hold as his grandfather suffered from the disease. We talk about how the collection developed, how Tramp got involved and life in 2019 Ire…
 
Ahead of releasing their second album No Man Can Tell on Penske Records on April 12, Cork artist Dan Walsh returns to the TPOE podcast to discuss how it was recorded and the ideas and musicians behind it. Dan appeared on TPOE 37 if you want a more general overview/interview of Fixity - this chat goes in deep on No Man Can Tell. Fixity tour dates:12…
 
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