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Dig this! New Music Saturday with Dr. Bones and Mike Five brings you brand new tracks by independent bands, interviews, reviews, random music chat, and usually some poorly thought out phrasing. Broadcast live in 2 parts every Saturday night and then uploaded everywhere on catch up. This is a podcast for music lovers everywhere.
 
*2021 Webby Award Winner: Best Music Podcast* Ari Herstand is the best-selling author of How to Make It in the New Music Business. Forbes calls him “The poster child of DIY music.” In this show, he deconstructs the brightest minds in the music industry, digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and strategies that listeners can use to run successful careers of their own. Ari offers straight talk with no fluff and doesn’t let his guests off easy. If there is a way, Ari will find it. To learn m ...
 
New Indie and Alternative Music Delivered to Your Ears Hot and Fresh each week! Get all the info on each song on their website www.newmusicfoodtruck.com Those crazy brothers, Aaron and Jim are cookin' and servin' up only the tastiest tracks from around the world with over 50 years of radio experience as they been at it since they were old enough to reach their parents music collection! Grab a plate, a cold drink, sit back and feast upon their musical buffet. But be warned, after grubbin down ...
 
Born 1960 in Vienna. Austrian composer, improviser and performer. He studied composition with Friedrich Cerha and musicology in Vienna. Besides writing experimental instrumental music, he performs on his own electronic instrument m@ze°2, develops software environments for computer-aided composition and creates generative sound and video environments. Since 2007 professor of composition for electro-acoustic and experimental music at the University of Music in Vienna. Karlheinz Essl performs o ...
 
精选世界各地新鲜出炉的热门单曲,带来环球流行乐坛的最新资讯,每天的“独家首播”让听众轻松做到“同步世界流行”。 好音乐层出不穷,我们当然不能只留守一种声音。由Jack主持的每天19点至21点的大陆地区独家首播精心筛选的全球最具热门潜质的音乐,带着我们向音乐领航者的队列昂首阔步。
 
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Music is meant to be listened to with friends! Aaron and Denee' listen live with you to this week's new music just like you would with a friend, scanning through with conversation. Part review, part conversation, part game show, but mostly lame food metaphors.
 
New Music Monday is at its core very simple. Every first Monday of the month for a year, we (two seconds away) wrote, recorded, and released a new song for free! New Music Monday first began in 2008 with a new song every week and all 52 of our original songs are available for purchase from iTunes. Its been awhile since our last release, but you never know when we might surprise you...
 
Listen to new music created online by musicians all over the world, most of whom have never met. Songs are created collaboratively on Kompoz. Kompoz allows musicians from all around the world to collaborate online to create new original music. Use GarageBand, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Studio One, REAPER or any other audio software to record your ideas, then upload them to Kompoz. Invite your friends to collaborate, or meet new friends across the world. With Kompoz, you can create songs with a ba ...
 
Contact us: - studio@seasidesessions.tv - @SeasideSesh (Insta/Twitter/Facebook) The New Music Podcast brings you the best in unsigned music. We like to change our format up a bit - sometimes we'll speak to musicians and find out about the music they write, other times we let artists speak to each other with no major format. Either way you get to hear some gold from some incredible musicians. Subscribe today x
 
​www.ctrltheory.com https://www.instagram.com/ctrlaltplaylist/ https://www.instagram.com/bougiegoddess/ https://www.instagram.com/kellyekelll/ CtrlAltPlaylist is a lively, intriguing, and unfiltered podcast featuring two new voices of our generation, ChristieAnn Slaughter and Kellye Kell. These west coast natives will share their thoughts and opinions on today’s most rousing music and artists. Although, they live about a thousand miles apart, literally, their love of music has been an integr ...
 
Lost On Radio is a weekly showcase of incredible new, undiscovered, and under appreciated music from around the world. The show is curated and presented by Mark Knight, the founder of Right Chord Music. Lost On Radio aims to showcase incredible artists that have been overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. Since it started, Lost On Radio has attracted listeners from over 175 different countries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Las novedades discográficas de Mayo 2018 con Gaz Coombes, Beginning, Ill, Iceage, DeWolff, Family of the Year, Out by Nine, Daniel Blumberg, Hit Bargain, Peals, Tents, Ament, Arctic Monkeys, Las Rosas, Samara Lubelski, Courtney Barnett, Gazpacho, Five Finger Death Punch, The Magic Numbers, Wax Chattels, Wussy, High Sunn, Wooden Shjips, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Snow Patrol, Deeper, Reef, The Rhett Yocom Blues Band, Smile Empty Soul, Lunatic Soul, Xavier Rudd, Obach Obacht
 
We play anything (Indie, rnb, electronic, blues, jazz, world, folk, rock, etc.) that we think is innovative, out of the ordinary and really interesting and that you just don't get to hear anywhere else. Latest playlists include Art School Girlfriend, Loma, Tuvaband ...
 
The Podcast features interviews with the composers and ensemble members who make part of the "2 Minutes From Home" project, initiated by the Decibel new music ensemble."2 Minutes From Home," is a series of 20 x 2 minute works commissioned for the Decibel ScorePlayer from artists the ensemble have worked with in the past presented as video releases showing the ensembles playing their parts in their homes together, alongside the score. You can find these at vimeo.com/decibelnewmusic. The podca ...
 
You Are Hear is a podcast and online radio show brought to you by Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse(Totally Radio, Resonance FM + Kosmische) bringing you live sessions, new music, festival specials and interviews. Since May 2002 we've been exploring the outer edges of music. Hear the best cutting edge artists and bands. File under experimental alternative new music of all genres. Folk, Rock, Noise, Pop, electronic, dance, grime, electro http://www.youarehear.co.uk
 
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Recording History: Jews, Muslims, and Music Across Twentieth-Century North Africa (Stanford UP, 2022) offers a new history of twentieth-century North Africa, one that gives voice to the musicians who defined an era and the vibrant recording industry that carried their popular sounds from the colonial period through decolonization. If twentieth-cent…
 
Every once in a while, humankind has one of those pivotal years where everything changes... 325 AD and the council of Nicea...1215 and the signing of the Magna Carta...the discoveries of 1492..The revolutions of 1789...1919 and the Treaty of Versailles...the great stock market crash of 1929...the dark days of World War II in 1942...the unrest of 19…
 
Gregg’s Guide to New Music: Episode 352 Gregg highly recommends checking out and supporting the following bands and musicians. Links to find more from them and purchase their music are posted below. The Interrupters – https://wearetheinterrupters.com/ black midi – https://bmblackmidi.com/ KHARTOUM – iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Music Danny Goo – https:/…
 
Jenessa Williams chats us through the house music chart revival, the gigs that have been impressing her recently (including her picks from Glastonbury), and the best in new pop, jazz, r&b and rock. Artist “Track” [Album] Harry Styles “Grapejuice” [Harry’s House] Rina Sawayama “This Hell” [ Hold The Girl] Nova Twins “Choose Your Fighter” [Supernova]…
 
Our guest this week on the New Music Business is music supervisor and Vice President of the Guild of Music Supervisors, Madonna Wade-Reed. Her credits include TV shows such as All American, Batwoman, American Crime, Reign, Blue Mountain State, Smallville, One Tree Hill, plus films such as 8-Bit Christmas, Lovesick, A Thousand Words and the document…
 
There's a crazy mix of tunes in this weeks Part 2 spanning a whole range of genres and styles and we think you're gonna love it! Listen out for brand new tracks by Elba Rose, Kinaara, The MAW Experiment, PMad, Manipulant, Lia Hide, Megan McDuffee, The Melting Minds, The Loophole Conspiracy, The Sweetest Condition, One Blind Mouse, Timid Deer, Adam …
 
Binaural recording - listen with headphones!Part of the work-in-progress H.E.A.D. https://www.essl.at/works/HEAD.htmlGenerative soundscape based on a two-dimensional random walk between four binaural soundscapes of birds, recorded between 2019 and 2022:1) Feeding pigeons in a sidewalk cafe in Funchal, Madeira2) Chickens in the morning at Ieud, Roma…
 
Nerd…noun…a foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious…definition 2: a single-minded expert in a particular technical field...example: a computer nerd… It’s an old word, too…the, er, nerds at google have a thing called “the ngram viewer” which scans the text of books going back to 1500…in other words, pretty much…
 
In the middle 1970s, Britain was a mess...like the rest of the west, the country was blindsided by the Arab oil embargo...it was a recession that just wouldn’t end... And to make matters worse, everyone seemed to be going on strike; from coal miners to gravediggers...unemployment was high, especially amongst young people... The once mighty British …
 
Sadly our NMS Resident Matt couldn't make the interview we had scheduled for this week as he got a flat tire... but we still played the awesome track from his new band Headache Head and loads more! Listen out for brand new tunes by Synthia, Echo Seven, Sorry X, Before They Are Hanged, The Prostitutes, Ron Bowes, We Are Many We Are Legion, Prehistor…
 
John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and…
 
Our guest this week on the New Music Business is singer/songwriter Sammy Arriaga. Ari and Sammy dive deep into everything songwriting and his successful endeavors in the world of NFTs. To learn more about Sammy, visit https://sammynft.com. 2:34 Welcome 4:07 Upbringing and auditioning for American Idol 8:35 Life-changing move to Nashville 16:37 Writ…
 
A few years back, the Ongoing History took a "break". It's a long and somewhat complicated story, but we eventually picked up where we left off. This episode is the start of OGH v2.0 and a catch up from Alan's "Walk about" in the 3 years between the original radio episodes 691 and 692 of which this Podcast is based on. So please don't be confused i…
 
Introduced by award-winning Comedian and Podcaster James Acaster we present another edition of our new music podcast. On this week’s show, Tom Crook, Ben Smith and Paul Whitty overcome an unwanted COVID infection via Zoom to deliver your weekly dose of tracks both new and used. Artist “Track” [Album] Trampled By Turtles “It’s So Hard To Hold On” [A…
 
Singing Like Germans: Black Musicians in the Land of Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms by Kira Thurman (Cornell University Press, 2021) is a truly interdisciplinary study. Dr. Thurman’s work sits at the intersection of German Studies, History, and Musicology. Beginning in the 1870s with concerts given by the Fisk Jubilee Singers, Singing Like Germans cov…
 
The early 70s were like a bad hangover from the 60s...the hippie generation had its victories–civil rights, women’s rights, the pill, the end of the draft and the Vietnam war–but it there was also a sense that the whole “peace and love” approach to social change had played itself out... Meanwhile, the 60s generation had grown up, graduated, moved o…
 
This is a stunning Part 2! #NMSExclusive's from GRIM17 Shaun Panda Nicolson top and tail the episode. GRIM17's Bitter Shine is an amazing alternative track showing off yet another of his many many sides. The stems to this track will also soon be made available for artists everywhere to remix! Shaun Panda Nicolson's Everything Ends provokes a strong…
 
This week in Part 1 we've got no less than TWO #NMSExclusive's from Titanosaur and Grim Rock, we're also joined by Wasay Oblique after about 45mins or so and have a great time learning about them, how they got together thanks to Craig's List, and play the random question generator game! Listen out for brand new tunes by Seething Akira, Less Than Ho…
 
A delayed opportunity to catch up this week due to other commitments so we have Parts 1 + 2 together for you. First up in Part 1 we speak to Lord Numb from The Men From Another Planet covering a range of things and eventually talking about music! Then we get straight into the music with new tracks by Chroma, Anja, Space Elevator, Bird Eats Baby, El…
 
Media of the Masses: Cassette Culture in Modern Egypt (Stanford UP, 2022) investigates the social life of an everyday technology—the cassette tape—to offer a multisensory history of modern Egypt. Over the 1970s and 1980s, cassettes became a ubiquitous presence in Egyptian homes and stores. Audiocassette technology gave an opening to ordinary indivi…
 
Our guest this week is Anne McKinnon, the co-founder and CEO of the web3 experience platform Ristband (ristband.co). In this episode, Ari and Anne break down everything musicians need to know about the ever-evolving metaverse and how exactly it’ll add value to artists’ careers. To hear all of the most up to date news about Ristband, you can join th…
 
At some point, all of us will shuffle off this mortal choir and join the choir invisible…doesn’t matter who you are, how much money you may have or how famous you might be…in the end, we’re all mortal… This really hits home when musicians we love disappear forever…it’s not like we personally know these people, but because their music helps us know …
 
On this week’s podcast, Ben Marwood records his podcast from the meadow at the University of Reading as he shares his favourite tracks both new and pre-owned. Artist “Track” [Album] fontaines dc “jackie down the line” [skinty fia] hot chip “down” [freakout/release] lizzo “about damn time” [surprise] ME REX “jupiter pluvius” [plesiosaur EP] wet leg …
 
As rock’n’roll approached its sweet 16 birthday in the early 1970s, it was obvious that it had grown up quite a bit...with each passing year, rock was becoming more sophisticated in both sound and execution...the first wave of rockers from the 50s and 60s had grown up.....they were now better musicians and could do more than play simple three-chord…
 
Gregg’s Guide to New Music: Episode 351 Gregg highly recommends checking out and supporting the following bands and musicians. Links to find more from them and purchase their music are posted below. Serpent – https://linktr.ee/serpentband Thundermother – https://www.thundermother.com/ The Dunts – https://www.thedunts.co.uk/ Notelle – http://www.not…
 
Edward Anthony Avery-Natale's book Ethics, Politics, and Anarcho-Punk Identifications: Punk and Anarchy in Philadelphia (Lexington, 2016) explores the ways in which those who identify as punks and anarchists living in the Philadelphia area construct their identifications narratively through the use of ethics. The book shows that contemporary subcul…
 
We are living in an era of unprecedented access to popular culture: contemporary digital infrastructure provides anyone with an internet connection access to a dizzying array of cultural objects past and present, which mingle and connect in fascinating, bizarre and sometimes troubling ways. In Black Ephemera: The Crisis and Challenge of the Musical…
 
Sound and Affect: Voice, Music, World (U Chicago Press, 2021) maps a new territory for inquiry at the intersection of music, philosophy, affect theory, and sound studies. The essays in this volume consider objects and experiences marked by the correlation of sound and affect, in music and beyond: the voice, as it speaks, stutters, cries, or sings; …
 
What is mathematical music? In Mathematical Music from Antiquity to AI (Routledge, 2022), musicologist Nikita Braguinski discusses how mathematics has historically been used to make music, how it continues to influence musical composition, and the ways in which it may influence music in the future, including through artificial intelligence (AI). Fr…
 
On this week’s podcast, Kev Lawson kicks off the summer with hand-picked tracks and candid chatter about the best new music you can find this week. Artist “Track” [Album] Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Spitting Off the Edge of the World (feat. Perfume Genius)” [Cool It Down] Ravyn Lenae “Where I’m From (feat. Mereba)” [Hypnos] Yaya Bey “reprise” [Remember Your N…
 
The #metoo movement has forced many fans to consider what they should do when they learn that a beloved artist has acted immorally. One natural thought is that fans ought to give up the artworks of immoral artists, but according to Mary Beth Willard, it’s hard to find good reasons to do so. In Why It's OK to Enjoy the Work of Immoral Artists (Routl…
 
Stephen Deusner's Where the Devil Don't Stay: Traveling the South with the Drive-By Truckers (U Texas Press, 2021) is the book-length study Drive-By Truckers fans have been waiting for. A group biography in the form of a road trip saga, Deusner's book takes you to the Athens scene that has supported the band, the sweltering hot Birmingham studio wh…
 
Jazz in Socialist Hà Nội: Improvisations between Worlds (Routledge, 2022) examines the germination and growth of jazz under communist rule—perceived as the "music of the enemy" and "ideologically decadent"—in the Vietnamese capital of Hà Nội. After disappearing from the scene in 1954 following the end of the First Indochina War, jazz reemerged in t…
 
The Jazz Masters: Setting the Record Straight (UP of Mississippi, 2021) is a celebration of jazz and the men and women who created and transformed it. In the twenty-one conversations contained in this engaging and highly accessible book, we hear from the musicians themselves, in their own words, direct and unfiltered. Peter Zimmerman’s interviewing…
 
This week on the New Music Business, our very own Ari’s Take Academy course instructor Carey Rayburn (Good Co. and Rayburn Entertainment) joins Ari to discuss Performing Arts Centers and how to best navigate your live career within the Special Events market. 3:07 Welcome 4:32 Breaking down the Performing Arts Center market 7:13 Benefits of a subscr…
 
Everything is virtual these days…outside of the stuff you’ve got in your pocket, money is nothing but a bunch of zeroes and ones…we shop online at virtual stores…we read virtual books on our tablets… Even our relationships have gone that way because of Facebook and twitter and Instagram… A lot of our music is virtual, too…it’s been that way since w…
 
Today, we can choose from an infinite array of music...there are so many songs and so many artists from so many genres over so many years that none of us will ever come close to experiencing it all... But that’s okay because most of us have a favourite style of music...we tend to find a sound we like and stick with it over all others...for all kind…
 
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