British-American musician and former frontman of Talking Heads
The Kinahan Cartel is an organized crime group based in Ireland with connections and activities reaching international levels. The cartel is primarily involved in drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, money laundering, and contract killings. It is considered one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Ireland.The cartel was founded by Christy Kinahan Sr., also known as "Dapper Don," who established a criminal empire in the 1980s. Under his leadership, the Kinahan Cartel became known for its involvement in the international drug trade, particularly in Europe and South America.The cartel's main rival is the Hutch crime family, led by Gerry Hutch.The feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families has resulted in a series of violent conflicts and numerous deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.The Kinahan Cartel is known for its sophisticated operations, utilizing encrypted communication systems, money laundering techniques, and extensive networks of criminal associates. They have been known to employ contract killers and enforcers, often targeting rival gang members or individuals who pose a threat to their organization.Liam Byrne is an Irish criminal associated with the Kinahan Cartel, one of the most prominent organized crime groups in Ireland. He is a member of the Byrne family, which has deep ties to the cartel and is considered one of its key factions.Liam Byrne gained notoriety due to his involvement in criminal activities, primarily in drug trafficking and organized violence.He has been linked to the ongoing feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families, which has resulted in a series of violent incidents and deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.Byrne's prominence within the Kinahan Cartel is largely attributed to his family's close ties to the organization.His brother, David Byrne, was a high-ranking member of the cartel and was infamously shot dead during a boxing weigh-in at the Regency Hotel in Dublin in 2016. The incident marked a significant escalation in the Kinahan-Hutch feud.Due to his alleged involvement in organized crime, Liam Byrne has faced legal scrutiny and has been targeted by law enforcement agencies.Now, after yeas of cat and mouse, authorities in Spain finally arrested Liam Byrne after he attempted to sneak into the country to see his family. The arrest is just another body blow to the reeling Kinahan cartel that is being pressed from all sides. (commercial at 11:55)to contact me:email@example.com:Kinahan cartel suffers major blow after senior gang figure Liam Byrne arrested over gun trafficking charges | The Irish Sun (thesun.ie)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The Kinahan Cartel is an organized crime group based in Ireland with connections and activities reaching international levels. The cartel is primarily involved in drug trafficking, weapons smuggling, money laundering, and contract killings. It is considered one of the most powerful criminal organizations in Ireland.The cartel was founded by Christy Kinahan Sr., also known as "Dapper Don," who established a criminal empire in the 1980s. Under his leadership, the Kinahan Cartel became known for its involvement in the international drug trade, particularly in Europe and South America.The cartel's main rival is the Hutch crime family, led by Gerry Hutch.The feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families has resulted in a series of violent conflicts and numerous deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.The Kinahan Cartel is known for its sophisticated operations, utilizing encrypted communication systems, money laundering techniques, and extensive networks of criminal associates. They have been known to employ contract killers and enforcers, often targeting rival gang members or individuals who pose a threat to their organization.Liam Byrne is an Irish criminal associated with the Kinahan Cartel, one of the most prominent organized crime groups in Ireland. He is a member of the Byrne family, which has deep ties to the cartel and is considered one of its key factions.Liam Byrne gained notoriety due to his involvement in criminal activities, primarily in drug trafficking and organized violence.He has been linked to the ongoing feud between the Kinahan and Hutch families, which has resulted in a series of violent incidents and deaths within the Irish criminal underworld.Byrne's prominence within the Kinahan Cartel is largely attributed to his family's close ties to the organization.His brother, David Byrne, was a high-ranking member of the cartel and was infamously shot dead during a boxing weigh-in at the Regency Hotel in Dublin in 2016. The incident marked a significant escalation in the Kinahan-Hutch feud.Due to his alleged involvement in organized crime, Liam Byrne has faced legal scrutiny and has been targeted by law enforcement agencies.Now, after yeas of cat and mouse, authorities in Spain finally arrested Liam Byrne after he attempted to sneak into the country to see his family. The arrest is just another body blow to the reeling Kinahan cartel that is being pressed from all sides. (commercial at 11:55)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Kinahan cartel suffers major blow after senior gang figure Liam Byrne arrested over gun trafficking charges | The Irish Sun (thesun.ie)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
There's been a changing of the guard, a succession, if you will, in prestige TV (or whatever). In the span of five days, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ended after five seasons, Succession ended after four seasons, Barry ended after four seasons, and Ted Lasso (maybe? probably? seemingly?) ended after three seasons. Those four shows have been nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy or Drama Series a total of 12 times, and they've won those top awards five times. So far. TV is different now, we think, is the point. And: White House Plumbers is a five-part HBO miniseries based on Egil “Bud” Krogh's Watergate memoir. It tells the bumbling story of the bumbling lead up to the bumbled burglary and stars Woody Harrelson, Justin Theroux, Lena Headey, Domhnall Gleeson and an ensemble cast. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: The Matty Healy, Ice Spice (and Taylor Swift) drama, explained Healy, who is rumored to be dating Swift, faced backlash over comments he made about the rapper Ice Spice Max streaming service says it will restore writer and director credits after outcry Broadway Musicians Object to David Byrne's ‘Here Lies Love' The show plans to use recorded music instead of a live band, but a labor union says its contract for the theater requires musicians for musicals. ‘Oppenheimer' Earns R Rating, Imax Film Prints Are 11 Miles Long and Weigh 600 Pounds How to Hire a Pop Star for Your Private Party For the very rich, even the world's biggest performers—Beyoncé, Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Andrea Bocelli—are available, at a price. We're All Bored of Culture Anglo-Calvinist moralism has turned the American arts into something strenuously polite and deadly dull Soft Pants: The Postpandemic Benefit That's Here to Stay Should we know where our friends are at all times? “I love you, now let me watch your location 24/7.” Die-Hards Still Mailing Newspaper Clips to Family and Friends Some people still deliver news, tips and the occasional obituary to their grown children using scissors, stamps and envelopes; ‘Sometimes they chuckle at me, which is fine' Searching for Meg White It's been over a decade since we've heard from the elusive White Stripes drummer. Could renewed attention over a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nomination coax her back into the spotlight? Letterboxd Unboxed: How a Grassroots Social Network Is Revolutionizing Film Fandom ‘The Larry Sanders Show' was a sitcom that changed sitcoms Actors, writers and directors remember the highs and lows of making the seminal '90s series, which aired for the last time 25 years ago this week GUESTS: Jim Chapdelaine: An Emmy-winning musician and a patient advocate for people with rare cancers Sam Hadelman: Works in music public relations and hosts The Sam Hadelman Show at Radio Free Brooklyn Irene Papoulis: Teaches writing at Trinity College James Poniewozik: The chief television critic for The New York Times The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode!Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part 2 of our DAVID BYRNE mini-series Joined by special guests: Natalie Nicole Dressel (she/her) @natalienicole24601 Sofija "Jay" Dutcher (she/him) @softjay SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW!! THEME and Stingers: Ryan Thomas Johnson IG: @theatre_theater_pod Twitter: @the_theatre_pod Gmail: email@example.com tiktok: @theatre_of_the_absurd Resources below BLM Donation and Education LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/NationalResourcesList Black Owned Businesses in LA: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18w-0RBhwBBlXDN9kRV9DVSCAGSCjtHb9K0Pq2YBv18U/htmlview?usp=sharing&pru=AAABcpXptV0*XfoiE2Ay5SJUCEO3tXROGQ&urp=gmail_link MPJI https://marshap.org/ Petitions https://linktr.ee/petitions_123
John Grant celebrates Music Life's 200th episode with highlights from the shows to date. Nearly 800 singers, producers, DJs, visual artists, and performers have come to have a chat on the show so far, sharing their experiences and unique perspectives on their lives as musicians. To celebrate this milestone, this week we're looking back at some of the best conversations from the series, featuring the likes of alt-pop artist Santigold, soul singer Gregory Porter, rock singer Skin from Skunk Anansie, rock legend Elvis Costello, video game composer Olivier Deriviere and Uruguayan legend Jorge Drexler. They take us on a journey through the songwriting process, discussing the merits of simplicity vs technique in recording, revealing insights into the processes of big stars, considering how to deal with the biggest topics within music, looking at the bigger picture, and finally the future of the music world. And yes, that involves AI! In its 4 years or so to date, Music Life has joined the dots between every genre of music imaginable and featured artists from every corner of the globe. We've heard Hans Zimmer explain how he went from playing in a new wave pop band to composing for the biggest films in the world, Santigold on how to use songwriting as an opportunity to make social commentary, Moonchild Sanelly on what she can't say in her music, David Byrne on the pressure to do something different, Lykke Li on going it alone, Dele Sosimi on sustaining creativity, Angel Olsen on trying to not make ‘normal' music, Kranium on how he made his best chorus, Iggy Pop on genre-crossing, Eris Drew on the importance of positivity in dance music, Mykki Blanco on the role of resistance in their work, and Becky Hill on how to write the perfect hit.
Today on the show, Paul and Ben talk about being 50, the WGA strike, Missing: Dead or Alive, the reality show cadence, TikTok duets, semantic saturation, pi the movie, David Byrne, pooping in a box, Dear Mama, Wild in the Streets, going to prom, COVID has come to an end, … Continue reading →
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we insert a bonus interview into the middle of our series on GoldenEye 007. We speak with Grant Kirkhope, one of two composers on the title. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Podcast breakdown: 0:58 Interview 1:03:57 Break 1:04:32 Outro Issues covered: starting at Rare in '95, composing in hex, the imposing approach to programming, fitting in 1 Mb, making a clarinet from one note, limiting your palette, looping your cymbal decay, working within your limits, downsampling from 44.1 kKz and using the EQ, working from good tunes rather than a huge palette, getting a degree in trumpet and living the musician life, the dole and mom's house, sending in casette tapes, having a meg of memory to play with, going to Disneyland, a farm in the middle of nowhere with teams in stables, a family affair, GameBoy in the morning and GoldenEye in the afternoon, limiting who could be in what building, a culture of friendly rivalry, taking ideas and building on them, brilliant bosses, being into the Bond films, the best film releases of every year, not knowing what you're doing, working on the multiplayer in secret, "not pleasing anyone a lot but pleasing a lot of people a little bit" these days, coming up with the idea in the morning and doing it in the afternoon, the indie spirit, small teams, making the engine you need and no extraneous bits, building games like Nintendo, working from two or three sentences, how does this thing sound (spiky things vs forest things), messing around until you hear what you like, instinctual, developing from an emotional sense, delving into Statue Park, trying to find the John Barry magic, being afraid you're going to get fired and instead moving on to another project, getting a chance to film all the sets, having the magic destroyed, a game that just kept selling and selling, the godfather of trap music, pause music becoming the soundtrack of the game, falling into games without training, music living on when the games don't necessarily, things that get into your head as a child, remembering what you've done, making someone's favorite game, having quite a journey, games as not a destination for composers, having a scene. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Donkey Kong, Graeme Norgate, Rare, Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark, Viva Pinata, Kingdoms of Amalur, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Mario + Rabbids, The King's Daughter, Pierce Brosnan, Edinburgh, Nintendo, Blast Corps, Ken Griffey Baseball, Dave Wise, Robin Beanland, Bon Jovi, Billy Idol, Van Halen, Killer Instinct, Keybase, Atari ST, Tim and Chris Stamper, Donkey Kong Country, Microsoft, Mortal Kombat, Faith No More, Duran Duran, Martin Hollis, Shigeru Miyamoto, Captain America, Monty Norman, John Barry, Gregg Mayles, Pinewood Studios, The World Is Not Enough/Tomorrow Never Dies, Sea of Thieves, Thunderbirds, Sting Ray, Tim Schafer, Psychonauts 2, Chris Woods, David Byrne, How Music Works, Velvet Underground, DOOM, Dark Forces, Neill Harrison, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Multiplayer and takeaways Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com Discord Invite
2500 DelMonte Street: The Oral History of Tower Records
Was Arthur Moorhead the greatest jazz buyer that ever worked at Tower Records? Stan Goman believes that is the case. Growing up in Arizona, Arthur became a proficient trombone player and obsessed with jazz, movie soundtracks and orchestral music. By his own admission he was almost completely ignorant of pop music, except The Beatles. As a young teenager, his weekends consisted of hopping on a bus with a friend and making the rounds of Arizona record storeslooking for records. Eventually he worked for a local record store called Recordland in Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona.In 1975 Arthur moved to San Francisco to pursue a career as a professional trombone player, as opportunities in Phoenix were few & far between. Needing a day job, he entered Tower Records Columbus & Bay. As luck would have it the current jazz buyer was planning to leave for a job with a catering company. Arthur's interview consisted of Stan Goman and the current jazz buyer interviewing him with very basic jazz questions Arthur aced and he was hired on the spot. For the next five years, Arthur worked at Tower by day and evenings as a trombonist.Through his tenure at Columbus & Bay, Arthur got to know the heads of the record labels and was approached by the US Managing Director of ECM Records which at the time was distributed by Warner Bros. Records, to be the National Sales Manager for ECM based out of New York City. For the next 40 years, Arthur worked in the WEA family of labels spending time with Elektra, Atlantic, Rhino and Nonesuch. At Nonesuch Arthur worked with John Adams, Steve Reich, Johnny Greenwood, Pat Metheny, David Byrne, Wilco, Fleet Foxes, Bill Frisell, Randy Newman and a host of other amazing artists. Arthur was also a producer, executive producer and reissue supervisor on many projects.
Live at the Lortel: An Off-Broadway Podcast
George Salazar is best known for his work on Broadway as “Michael” in the cult sensation Be More Chill, a role for which he won a Lucille Lortel Award, two Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards, and garnered nominations for both Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. His act two number, “Michael in the Bathroom” has been streamed over 50 million times. His theater credits also include “Seymour,” opposite Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, in the critically-acclaimed Pasadena Playhouse production of Little Shop of Horrors, his Drama Desk-nominated performance as “Grover” and “Mr. D” in The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, “Michael” in the off-Broadway revival of Jonathan Larson's tick, tick… BOOM!, David Byrne and Fat Boy Slim's Here Lies Love, The Broadway revival of Godspell, and more. He has appeared on television as “George Conway” in American Crime Story: Impeachment and recurred as “Eric Sosa” on NBC's Superstore for two seasons. George is also the voice of “Dad Hatter” in Disney Junior's animated series, Alice's Wonderland Bakery. Philanthropic/Activist Causes: I'm a huge ally and defender of Trans rights. I also care deeply about immigration/deportation, specifically the string of transfers of incarcerated people who finish their sentences for non-violent crimes only to then be transferred to ICE detainment.
In addition to everything else, that is. Bradley sorts through recent developments in transportation with his comms guy Cory Epstein – who previously worked at Citi Bike, Lyft, and Transportation Alternatives. Plus, why the latest banking meltdown forces us to rethink our approach to regulation.[1:20] First Republic Bank failure[12:55] David Byrne's bike at the Met Gala [14:46] Vision Zero and why traffic deaths haven't gone down[20:20] How community boards and politics have hampered safe streets progress[25:58] When, and how, do we get robotaxis in New York City?[32:22] Should Citi Bike be free?[36:58] What's the timeframe for flying cars?[38:43] Recommendation of the Week: The Diplomat on NetflixThis episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City's only free podcast recording studio.Send us an email with your thoughts on today's episode: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe to Bradley's weekly newsletter, follow Bradley on Twitter, and visit the Firewall website.Mentioned on today's episode:American Road Deaths Show an Alarming Racial Gap by Adam Paul Susaneck, The New York Times (4/26/23)When a Walkable City Becomes a Death Trap by Ginia Bellafante, The New York Times (4/28/23)Weekly Dose of Optimism, Packy McCormick (4/28/23) Citi Bike Is Amazing. Citibank Should Pay For Every New Yorker's Membership by Amos Barshad, Hell Gate (4/26/23)Forget Tesla: You Can Get to Work Even Faster in This Vehicle (for Just $98,000) by Rob Lenihan, The Street (4/26/23)
Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
While many of us regularly use music to enhance our well-being or increase performance, we are often unaware of the underlying science around music as tool to improve our lives. Reverberation Studio Co-founders, Michael Hermann (CEO) and Anna Gabriel join us for a discussion of Reverberation Studio, an undertaking they have started with legendary recording artist, Peter Gabriel. Reverberation's mission is to do everything better with music. In this discussion we cover: the ethos of Reverberation Studio & the types of projects that Reverberation plans to undertake why it has been important to integrate an evidence-based perspective into Reveberation's framework why humans have the capacity to create and enjoy music musical tools that Anna & Michael use in their personal, business and creative lives the application of music to enhancing athletic performanceapplications of music from a psychotherapeutic perspectivethe impact of systems level changes in the way music is made & distributed (including the potential for AI-generate music) on using music to enhance well-beinghow we can be more intentional about integrating music into our livesReverberation Co-Founder & CEO, Michael Hermann launched Wicked Cow (Reverberation's managing partner) in 1995 as a TV production company, producing its inaugural project, Reverse Angle, a sports/entertainment show Michael hosted airing on Fox Sports. In the late 1990s into the 2000s, Michael consulted for the CEOs of two of the most pop-culture-shaping brands of their time—FUBU and Maxim Magazine. In 2004, he transformed Wicked Cow into a brand strategy/business development agency spending the next decade helping to oversee culturally iconic brands. In 2013, Michael co-founded with Derek Jeter, their content and media studio, Jeter Publishing, which featured a two-imprint joint venture with publishing giant, Simon & Schuster, and several best-sellers. Next for Michael was the creation of Wicked Cow Studios, and its children's book sensation, Lulu Is A Rhinoceros, which it co-created and published. Now, Wicked Cow is engineering a world-class brain brand through its revolutionary neuroscience-driven media company, It's All In Your Head. Michael was recently appointed to Fast Company's Impact Council.Reverberation Co-Founder: Born in London, England, Anna Gabriel moved to the US in 1992 to launch her career as a photographer and video director. Her fine art photography has been exhibited in galleries in Sundance, Boston, New York, and London. She has also worked as a portrait photographer, photographing musicians including Iggy Pop, Moby, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and PM Dawn. Anna has been directing music videos since 1997 and has worked with an array of global music stars including Joseph Arthur, Jesca Hoop, Emmanuel Jal, Adam Masterson, and Shelly Segal. She directed the documentary/live concert films Growing Up on Tour: A Family Portrait, Still Growing Up: Live & Unwrapped and Taking The Pulse: Live in Verona. Anna has also filmed and directed documentary work for non-profit organizations such as Happy Hearts Fund and Delete Blood Cancer. In November 2009, Anna and Hunter Heaney founded the non-profit organization, The Voice Project. More recently, Anna created the multimedia photographic portrait series, EyeD, featuring an unusual and intimate glimpse into the souls of Lou Reed, David Byrne, Brian Eno, Tom Petty, Paul Simon, Eddie Vedder, Susan Sarandon, and Johnny Depp by photographing only their eyes. It has been featured in the Morrison Galleries in NYC, LA, and at the Alaia Foundation in Paris.Reverberation Studio
Take a listen as we explore the perseverant life of Susan Rogers. Imagine if your teacher could say "I am a neuroscientist who has also worked with Prince, Van Morrison, T-Bone Burnett, The Violent Femmes, The Bare Naked Ladies, David Byrne and many others." This was an incredibly enlightening discussion!
Barry and Abigail discuss Uh-Oh by David Byrne and sample Wheel Man, Afterglow, and Island Drive from Lincoln & South Brewing Company in Hilton Head Island, Florida. Barry and Abigail spoke briefly about Renée Richards while discussing Now I'm Your Mom. Renée is a transgender woman who competed professionally in tennis in the 1970s. She also fought and won a landmark case in transgender rights in the New York Supreme Court after being barred from numerous women's tennis competitions in 1976 for refusing to take a genetic test to verify her chromosomes. Barry recalled Renée's story as being one of the first instances of widespread media coverage of transgender issues. Abigail heard vague similarities between Girls on My Mind and various songs from The Raconteurs' Consolers of the Lonely (most notably Old Enough). David Byrne performed at the Oscars for his nominated co-written song from Everything Everywhere All at Once, This Is a Life. Read more about the performance. Please take a moment to check out What Am I Making, a multimedia creative endeavor by friend of the podcast Matt Carlson. Barry and Abigail appeared on his sixth podcast episode; listen here! Monkey Man reminded Abigail of 14 Arms by Crash Kings. Up next… Mutemath by Mutemath, submitted to our Virtual Jukebox by Frances Walton. Jingles are by our friend Pete Coe. Visit Anosmia Awareness for more information on Barry's condition. Follow Barry or Abigail on Untappd to see what we're drinking when we're not on mic! Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Website | Email us | Virtual Jukebox --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pops-on-hops-podcast/message
Los artistas más fascinantes tienen una característica en común, son personas inquietas a las que el éxito no ha domado. Es fácil vivir de lo que uno ha conseguido con mucho esfuerzo y sacrificio, disfrutar de ello. Muchos lo hacen, otros, sin embargo, aprovechan su éxito para disfrutar de su vocación, de ese pequeño placer que obtenemos cuando no hay una visión económica detrás. Son muchos los músicos que lo han hecho. Bob Dylan he tenido su programa de radio, Leonard Cohen ha pintado, Alex James, bajista de Blur, fabrica quesos y Willie Nelson cultiva su propia marca de marihuana.También hay muchos músicos que han montado sellos discográficos para indagar en la música en direcciones diferentes a las que les ha hecho ricos y famosos. David Byrne de Talking Heads montó Luaka Bop donde graba músicas de distintos países del mundo. En esa categoría encaja Dan Auerbach, cantante de los Black Keys, con el que hemos tenido una curiosa charla para conocer Easy Eye Sound y su trabajo como productor de grandes artistas y de jóvenes estrellas.Desde su estudio en Nashville, Auerbach ha comenzado un proyecto fascinante que recupera las técnicas de grabación de la vieja guardia y la pasión de los grandes músicos por hacer discos de soul, rock, blues o country. Esta semana rompemos el formato habitual para hacer un curioso recorrido por esa otra cara del cantante de los Black Keys.Escucha el programa dedicado a The Black Keys
Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware
This perilously entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features electronic musician, DJ, producer, and remixer Jack Dangers. He is best known for his sterling work as the main man behind Meat Beat Manifesto, and has collaborated or remixed for David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, David Byrne, DJ Spooky, Merzbow, Depeche Mode and Coil amongst many, many others. Jack is also a rare synth nut, and an avid collector of unusual video and audio recordings. Ladies and gentlemen, treat yourself to the prime audio soup of the one and only Jack Dangers... If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/electronicallyours
Susan Rogers holds a doctoral degree in behavioural neuroscience from McGill University (2010). Prior to her science career, Susan was a multi-platinum earning record producer, engineer, and mixer. She is best known for her work with Prince during his peak creative period (1983–1987). Her discography also includes records with David Byrne, Barenaked Ladies, Geggy Tah, Nil Lara, Robben Ford, Tricky, Michael Penn, Jeff Black, and many others. In 2021 she became the first female recipient of the Music Producer's Guild Award for Outstanding Contributions to U.K. Music. She teaches psychoacoustics and production analysis for Berklee College of Music. Her book on music listening, This Is What It Sounds Like: What the Music You Love Says About You, published by W. W. Norton & Co., is available everywhere. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Becoming an audio technician Working with Prince Working with constraints to aid with creativity Should you make demos or just jump right into the final recording? Taking time to develop your creativity The role of editing in the enjoyment of music Identifying what your “sound” is Getting artists to define what they want their music to achieve Safety in music How music is like food Work/life balance: how to define your balance The 7 dimensions of music that shape your musical tastes What makes songs catchy To learn more about Susan Rogers, visit: https://www.thisiswhatitsoundslike.com/ To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to email@example.com Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
Will and Anurag discuss new releases by Feist, the Murder Capital, and Young Fathers, plus bonus songs of the week.
Nuacht Mhall. Príomhscéalta na seachtaine, léite go mall. * Inniu an dara lá is fiche de mhí Aibreáin. Is mise Barra Mac Giolla Aoláin.Fuair an Chúirt Choirúil Speisialta Gerard Hutch neamhchiontach i ndúnmharú David Byrne, a lámhachadh in Óstán an Regency i dtuaisceart Bhaile Átha Cliath seacht mbliana ó shin. Bhí an dúnmharú mar chuid den imreas idir dronga coireachta Hutch agus Kinahan. Dúirt na breithiúna, cé go raibh fianaise sa triail le tuiscint go mb'fhéidir gur thug Gerard Hutch a bheannacht don ionsaí a eagrú, ní raibh a dhóthain fianaise ann le rá go raibh sé féin ann ar an lá go pearsanta. Ciontaíodh beirt fhear eile i gcabhrú le heagraíocht choireachta David Byrne a dhúnmharú. Sin iad Paul Murphy, tiománaí tacsaí, 61 bliain d'aois, agus Jason Bonney, tógálaí, 52 bliain. D'fhag Gerard Hutch an chúirt ina aonar agus níor fhreagair sé ceisteanna na nuachtóirí.D'áitigh iar-sheanadóir na Stát Aontaithe George Mitchell ar cheannairí an Tuiscirt chun gníomhú le “misneach agus gaois” mar a rinne a réamhtheachtaithe 25 bliain ó shin. Bhí Mitchell ag glacadh páirt san imeacht “Aontú 25” in Ollscoil na Banríona ina gceiliúradh comóradh Chomhaontú Aoine an Chéasta. Tháinig go leor de phríomhúdair an Chomhaontaithe le chéile i mBéal Feirste an tseachtain seo. Roinn iar-Phríomh-Aire Tony Blair, iar-Uachtarán Bill Clinton agus iar-Thaoiseach Bertie Ahern an stáitse le chéile. Bhí teachtaireacht shoiléir acu do na ceannairí sa tuaisceart chun oibriú go dian agus an tionól a athbhunú sna sé chontae.De réir tuairiscí, rinneadh ionsaí ar Ambasadóir an Aontais Eorpaigh go dtí an tSúdáin, an tÉireannach Aidan O'Hara, ina theach cónaithe. Tuigtear go bhfuil an taidhleoir ceart go leor ach dúirt an Tánaiste agus Aire Gnóthaí Eachtracha Micheál Martin gur "sárú mór" ar Choinhinsiún Vín a bhí san ionsai seo. Maraíodh thart ar 200 duine agus gortaíodh 1,800 go dtí seo mar thoradh ar chogaíocht idir Arm na Sudáine agus grúpa paraimíleata. Tá an chuid is mó den troid le feiceáil i bpríomhchathair na tíre Khartoum. Tá an grúpa seo míshásta leis na pleananna don aistriú ó riail mhíleachta go sibhialtacht. Ach faoi láthair tá go leor Súdánach ag lorg síochána agus cobhsaíochta. * Léirithe ag Conradh na Gaeilge i Londain. Tá an script ar fáil i d'aip phodchraolta. * GLUAIS neamhchiontach - not guilty dronga coireachta - criminal gangs iar-sheanadóir - ex-senator misneach agus gaois - courage and wisdom taidhleoir - diplomat cobhsaíocht - stability
Reverberation: Do Everything Better with Music by Keith Blanchard, Peter Gabriel With Michael Hermann and Anna Gabriel Music is a universal human experience that's been with us since the dawn of time. You've listened to music all your life . . . but have you ever wondered why? It turns out music isn't just about entertainment—it's a deeply embedded, subtly powerful means of communication. Songs resonate with your brain wave patterns and drive changes in your brain: creating your moods, consolidating your memories, strengthening your habits (the good ones and the bad ones alike) . . . even making you fall in or out of love. Your music is molding you, at a subconscious level, all day long. And now, for the first time ever, you can take charge. From executive editor Peter Gabriel and the minds behind It's All in Your Head (the ultimate user's guide for your brain), Reverberation unlocks a world where you can actively leverage the power of music to improve and enhance every aspect of your life. You'll learn specific songs and techniques to help you sleep better, induce creative breakthroughs, be more productive, have better sex, and a whole lot more. You'll discover the amazing work happening at the intersection of music, science, technology, and medicine. The authors spoke to dozens of neuroscientists making exciting breakthroughs, as well as top recording artists like David Byrne, Branford Marsalis, Hans Zimmer, Mick Fleetwood, and Sheila E. to gain the music maker's perspective. And you'll learn how music is already being strategically applied to break addiction and reverse the effects of Alzheimer's, build more productive and creative teams, develop intuitive personalized technology, and is otherwise changing . . . well, everything.
This must be Talking Heads — A song by song, album by album look at their music
This episode is dedicated to the life and memory of Ryuichi Sakamoto and Seymour Stein. Launching into season 2, I present a portrait of David Byrne as a young artist, examine the relationship between his artistic work and his music, why he left art school, and whet your appetite for the journey ahead. Songs from this episode: Who (w. St Vincent) Heart's a lonely hunter (w. Thievery Corporation) Loco de Amor (w. Celia Cruz) Everybody's coming to my house Like humans do Lazy Miss America Strange Overtones (w. Brian Eno) Don't fence me in Let's dance (live w. Miley Cyrus) Heroes (live w. Choir! Choir! Choir!) Fame (live w. Kimbra and The Roots) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Katie Sachs drops by and tries to get me cancelled Listen and follow Katie Sachs https://www.katiesachs.com/ https://www.instagram.com/katiesachs_band/ https://www.facebook.com/Katiesachsmusic/ Thanks to Jack Adamant for the closing song https://jackadamant.com https://open.spotify.com/jackadamant/ https://jackadamant.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/jackadamant/ https://www.facebook.com/jackadamantofficial Subscribe to the podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wnc-original-music/id1378776313 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/wnc-original-music-31067964/ This link has all the other places to subscribe https://gopod.me/wncom Follow on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/wncoriginalmusic https://www.wncoriginalmusic.com https://www.instagram.com/wnc_original_music/ All music used by permission BIO: Katie Sachs is an Asheville, NC - based songwriter, powerhouse vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, who sings from the guts and delivers a raw, urgently emotional musical experience to listeners. Through eccentric lyrics and catchy melodies, Katie reveals an inner world that is brutally honest, deeply vulnerable, and highly relatable. Her appreciation of wide-ranging musical styles comes through in her work, and makes it hard to put a label on her. If influences were ingredients, they would include: a base of Billie Holiday, a dash of David Byrne, a pinch of Pixies, and a flavor of Feist. BRAGS: With a degree in creative writing, extensive national touring, and over 20 years of songwriting behind her, Katie is a seasoned performer who knows how to connect with her audience and make them cry, laugh, ponder, and fall silent. She has performed at iconic venues such as: Club Passim in Boston, MA, Hole in the Wall, Strangebrew and the Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX, and the Threadgill stage at Kerrville Folk Festival. Co-bills include the likes of Heather Maloney, Ley Line, Peter Tork (Of the Monkees) and trading songs around campfires with a then-unknown Adrianne Lenker (Big Thief.) Katie's full catalogue of music (4 albums, from 2012 - 2021) can be downloaded on Bandcamp. Stream music on Spotify and all other online streaming platforms or catch one of her live shows! Jack Adamant is a Italian singer/songwriter who now lives and records in Stockholm and has just released his sophomore album ”Obscure Places & Cupboards” on AR Recordings. Produced by Jack and his drummer Ged at home mainly during lockdown, the new record has a more indie-punk feel to it compared with his 2019 debut ”Unkind”.
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/07/04/the-gospel-according-to-mavis-staplesMavis Staples has been a gospel singer longer than Elizabeth II has worn the crown. During concerts, sometimes, she might take a seat and rest while someone in her band bangs out a solo for a chorus or two. No one minds. Her stage presence is so unfailingly joyful—her nickname is Bubbles—that you never take your eyes off her. Staples sings from her depths, with low moans and ragged, seductive growls that cut through even the most pious lyric. She is sanctified, not sanctimonious. In her voice, “Help Me Jesus” is as suggestive as “Let's Do It Again.” When she was a girl, singing with her family ensemble, the Staple Singers, churchgoers across the South Side of Chicago would wonder how a contralto so smoky and profound could issue from somebody so young.She is eighty-two. While singers a fraction of her age go to great lengths to preserve their voices, drinking magical potions and warming up with the obsessive care of a gymnast, she doesn't hold back. Time, polyps, and a casual disdain for preservation have conspired to narrow her range and sand down her old shimmer, but she is not about to hum lightly through a rehearsal. A little ginger tea and onward she goes. Singing is what connects her to the world.Sly, sociable, and funny, Staples reminds you of your mother's most reliable and cheerful friend, the one who comes around with good gossip and a strawberry pie. Her cheeks are round and smooth; her hair is done in a copper bob; her resting expression is one of delight. “She is a ray of sunshine,” Bonnie Raitt, her frequent touring companion, said. “She's never cranky. She has an abiding belief in God and His plan and believes the world is moving toward a higher and more loving world.” Staples has spent the past few decades lending her voice to a startling range of collaborators: Prince, Arcade Fire, Nona Hendryx, Ry Cooder, David Byrne. Anyone who has something to say, she'll help them say it, in an inimitable gospel voice. One collaborator, Jeff Tweedy, of Wilco, said, “All day long, Mavis is having a good time. She's excited about making music and just being alive. I hope I have that energy when I'm her age, but the truth is I don't even have it now.”And yet life has its way of wearing down even the most radiant spirit. For two years, during the worst of the pandemic, Staples stayed home in Chicago—she lives in a modern high-rise overlooking Lake Michigan—and was, like just about everyone else in the music business, unable to perform or record. She watched cable news and saw the ravaging effect that covid-19 was having on folks her age. She didn't go out, and she let no one in. For company, she'd pick up her phone and check in with “the Twitter people.” The empty days went on and on. “Oh, man, I hated it,” she said. There was only one thing left to do. “I'd start singing around the house. Mostly our old stuff, the songs we started singing when I was a kid: ‘Didn't It Rain,' ‘Help Me Jesus.' ”The pandemic was the least of it. The passage of time has relentlessly winnowed the comforts of her old life. For decades, she performed in the cocoon of a family that was remarkably warm, loving, and coöperative. Compared with the Jacksons, the Turners, or the Beach Boys, the Staple Singers is a story free of dark drama. But now the other members of Mavis Staples's family—her father, Roebuck; her mother, Oceola; her brother, Pervis; her sisters, Cleotha, Cynthia, and Yvonne—are gone. “It's just me now,” she said. ..
After his acquittal for murder ‘The Monk' Hutch emerged from Dublin's Special Criminal court a free man. He was found not guilty of the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel in 2016. Swarmed by camera men and photographers, he walked silently to a taxi, ignoring questions about his future plans.Hutch had spent more than 600 days in prison. Now that's he free, what will he do and where will he go? Meanwhile, the State now has questions to answer about why the evidence it presented fell so far short of what was needed for conviction. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mick Clifford and Sean Murray join Eamon to talk about the acquittal for the murder of David Byrne of Gerry "the Monk" Hutch at the Special Criminal Court and the background to the SCC. Sean Murray is a reporter for The Examiner and Mick Clifford is an author and Special Correspondent for The Examiner.Recorded on Tuesday 18th April 2023. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, looks back at the dramatic events at the Special Criminal Court yesterday as Gerard 'The Monk' Hutch was found not guilty of the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel in 2016.
Dr. Cian Ó Conchubhair, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the Department of Law and Criminology at Maynooth University, gives his legal assessment of the verdict in the trial of Gerard Hutch.
Conor Lally, Irish Times Security & Crime Editor, Pat Marry, former Garda Detective Inspector
The State has failed in its effort to convict Gerard Hutch of the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel. The conclusion of the dramatic case with a verdict of not guilty leaves a lot of unanswered questions for the Director of Public Prosecutions about why its case failed, and for the GardaI about how it mismanaged evidence at points in its investigation. Conor Gallagher reports.Presented by Bernice Harrison. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 475. In this edition we heard music by Twelfth Night, Alphaville, The Anchoret, Banco De Gaia, Crown Lands, Frost, David Byrne, Zen Orchestra, Big Big Train, Jean-Luc Ponty, Gentle Giant, John Galgano, Elbow, Pink Floyd, Franck Carducci & Mary Reynaud, Pilot, Alan Parsons Project, Alan Parsons, Orchestra Of The Upper Atmosphere, Gerard Smith, The Omnific, Abba & Lasse Wellander.
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The fierce independence behind their polka music has taken Brave Combo from Japan to an episode of The Simpsons to playing at David Byrne's wedding.
The Secret Movie Club Team (Connor Lloyd Crews, Edwin Gomez, Daniel Ott, and Craig Hammill) takes stage with Prince's seminal rock musical, Purple Rain, featuring a bevy of incredible songs by Prince and the Revolution! Daniel and Connor trade stories about Prince, including how he ended up doing the Batman soundtrack. The Team also jams with musicians in cinema! Craig notes the vast topic of blaxploitation films which feature incredible music (and some performances!) from artists like Isaac Hayes and Curtis Mayfield. Edwin gets mad when everyone can't read his mind about David Byrne's True Stories.
Steven Tyler responds to assault charges, Donald Trump's trip to NYC, Jason Carr got hired & Mojo's Spike got fired, Angel Reese v. Caitlyn Clark, Jeremy Piven's "comeback", and Jim Nantz loves himself some Jim Nantz. Drew has a talent for telling the difference between queefs and farts. We've never heard of Genesis Owusu, but we love his cover of Psycho Killer because all we talk about is David Byrne. Steven Tyler's requests the courts dismiss the sexual abuse lawsuit against him. Happy anniversary to the very first cell phone call. (insert dumb phone joke here). Flip phones are making a comeback. Local Media: Jason Carr is killing it and booking gig after gig. Spike has been BLOWN OUT of Mojo in the Morning on Channel 95.5. Fox 2 has a brand-new meteorologist coming to town and she brings an entire army of creepy Instagram comments. Not-A-Prince Harry and Meghan are lazy. Jeremy Piven is trying to make a comeback in Hollywood but his accusers aren't very happy with it. His podcast, How U Livin J. Piven, is the worst named podcast possibly ever. Angel Reese & Caitlin Clark are the new Magic and Bird. The LSU and Iowa Women's March Madness Final turned awfully racial. RACE WAR! Guess which side LeBron James took? UFC and WWE looking to merge with Ari Emanuel and Vince McMahon taking command. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a Bonus Gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! The Mike Valenti Show With Rico deeply debated Jalen Carter today. Again. Barbara Gridiron called in over the weekend AM radio may be dying, but they still have the NCAA Final Four. Carson Briere has been BLOWN OUT from the Mercyhurst men's hockey team after tossing a wheelchair down the stairs on camera. Bobby Knight is not doing so well. Update: He's doing well! Jim Nantz is calling his last NCAA Championship finals. He's the greatest broadcaster ever according to Jim Nantz. The Donald Trump coverage is ridiculous. Marjorie Taylor Greene won't shut up about it. Get your Trump mugshot t-shits today. South Park's Mr. Garrison returned as the former president. Dylan Mulvaney and Bud Light have joined forces to celebrate trans stuff. Turns out China are a bunch of liars and their 'weather balloon' was gathering intel on military bases. DUH! Dana Nessel is looking into DTE Energy shenanigans. Unfortunately, they donate to every single politician that matters and nothing will happen. Have fun losing power and don't forget to "Deal with it". Donald R. Shepherd should donate to BranDon's pole barn fund. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't, whatever.
Anna Gabriel is a photographer and video director who recently created EyeD, a portrait series featuring the eyes of many famous people including Lou Reed, David Byrne, and Susan Sarandon. She has also directed music videos and several films for her father, Peter Gabriel.Michael Hermann is a co-founding partner of Reverberation. He has over 30 years of experience building content, brand strategy, and business development for cultural icons such as The Notorious B.I.G., Roberto Clemente's Estate, Julius Erving, Pelé, The Wiffle Ball, Big League Chew, and more. He also co-founded Wicked Cow with Derek Jeter and together, they created the successful media studio Jeter Publishing. Michael engineered the brand, It's All In Your Head, with partnerships including Time Inc., WebMD, 92nd Street Y, and Seth Rogen's Hilarity For Charity. He was recently appointed to Fast Company's Impact Council.Anna and Michael have come together to launch Reverberation Studio and their first project, the highly anticipated book, Reverberation: Do everything better with Music *Correction: Dan Levinton Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what resonates with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props
Julia Gorton in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.juliagorton.com/coming-new-products/nowhere-new-york With a synthesis of imagery, metaphor and feeling, in a space located between attraction and angst, Julia Gorton's photos of New York's No Wave scene, 1976-1980, capture a fleeting time with unique style. 192 pages and 170 photos. Her beautiful vision of downtown Manhattan, in the moments before AIDS, crack, Disney and condos changed everything forever, focus on subjects including musicians and friends; Debbie Harry, Patti Smith, Tom Verlaine, David Byrne, Lydia Lunch, Iggy Pop, James Chance, Richard Hell, Anya Phillips and many others less well known, but certainly just as memorable.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Alex Ebert joins LaunchLeft and launches Try. Is there such a thing as a “happy accident?” Can a human fail in ways AI cannot? Tune in for thoughtful conversation with Rain, Alex and Sam i + Shmuck the Loyal from Try. Try music was born during the pandemic, and you will hear about their new, innovative, and creative process. Listen to the end to hear Try's music and the full lively conversation between these award winning artists. IN THIS EPISODE: [01:49] Alex describes what drew him to New Orleans [05:03] Alex gives the definition of AI, the limitless possibilities of AI and what artists need to do to stay a step ahead. [16:12] Sam i and Shmuck the Loyal began their collaboration during the pandemic. [18:33] Shmuck describes the process of working remotely and how they took advantage of what most would say is a disadvantaged situation. [22:25] Humans can work within limitations, and AI cannot. That allows for happy accidents. [23:21] Shmuck and Sam i reveal their new project and speak about the unusual process of producing their music. [27:34] How music and legacy have changed for Alex and Sam i after having children. [34:41] Sam i and Shmuck talk about the fun and joy of making music. [39:50] The music of Try. KEY TAKEAWAYS: Artists are fallible, whereas AI is not. Our achievements going forward will be because of human mistakes. AI will need to catch up to those happy accidents. The pandemic was a creative time for artists who recognized the advantages of time alone to create. Your life can be music, or music can be a part of your life. So take time to see the art in nature and other people. BIOS: Alexander Ebert is an American singer-songwriter and composer. He is best known for being the lead singer and songwriter for the American bands Ima Robot and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. On January 12, 2014, Ebert won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score for his musical score to the film All Is Lost (2013). Shmuck the Loyal is an experimental music producer based out of Nashville, TN. His idealistic approach to production is driven by the pursuance of maximalism and a deeper, more emotive side of electronica. After a stint of exclusively focusing on working for artists such as , , and others, Shmuck developed a finely tuned project that defines his most realized creative self. The diversity and versatility that he showcases during this project superbly highlights his talents as an upcoming electronic music artist. His music and visuals showcase the overlay of his passions for music, film and car culture. Grammy-nominated producer, DJ, composer, music director and film director Sam i is a multifaceted artist. His latest album, Random Shit From The Internet Era, features collaborations with Doja Cat, Anderson .Paak, Tropkillaz, Sia, Busta Rhymes and more. His recently released single, Shake feat. Alex Greenwald of Phantom Planet fuses alt-pop vocals with disco, funk and electro-pop and features a remix by French Ed Banger legend Breakbot. Sam i's music has been used in countless films, TV and commercials. Most recently, Suéltate feat. Anitta, BIA & Jarina De Marco has been the focus track for Sing 2, charting in Brazil and gaining momentum around the world. With his recently retired DJ duo N.A.S.A., Sam collaborated with Wu-Tang Clan, Kanye West, M.I.A., Childish Gambino, David Byrne, George Clinton, Lykke Li and many more. He's also produced artists like Lizzo, Yeah Yeah Yeah's, Crystal Castles, and Fatlip. RESOURCE LINKS Podcast - LaunchLeft Alex Ebert - Twitter Alex Ebert - Instagram Alex Ebert - Facebook Alex Ebert - YouTube Alex Ebert - Wikipedia Alex Ebert - Badguru Trymusic - Instagram Trymusic - Twitter Sam_i_universe - Instagram Shumck the Loyal - Instagram Shumck the Loyal - Facebook Shumck the Loyal - SoundcloudSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time for something a little different, as Kirk puts down his record player and climbs onstage for Jonathan Demme and Talking Heads' classic 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense. It's a tour through the first hour of the film, from "Heaven" to "Burning Down the House" to "Once in a Lifetime," with some quick stops along the way.Songs by: Talking Heads (David Byrne, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz, and Jerry Harrison)Featuring: Steve Scales (Percussion), Lynn Mabry and Ednah Holt (Vocals), Alex Weir (Guitar/Vocals), and Bernie Worrell (Keys)Film directed by: Jonathan DemmeFEATURED/DISCUSSED:The first 12 songs from Stop Making Sense, 1984"Once in a Lifetime" by Talking Heads & Brian Eno“Heaven” by David Byrne and Jerry Harrison from Fear of Music, 1979“Slippery People” and "Burning Down the House" by David Byrne from Speaking in Tongues, 1983A 2020 American Songwriter interview with Edna Holt and Lynn Mabry“Flash Light” by Parliament from Funkentelechy vs. The Placebo Syndrome, 1977“You Make Me Wanna Wiggle” by The Brothers Johnson from Light Up the Night, 1980The documentary 20 Feet From StardomOUTRO SOLOIST: Carlos "Insaneintherainmusic" EieineCarlos Eienie is a prolific multi-instrumentalist and YouTube creator who's done some extremely fun jazz arrangements of great video game music, among other things. You can find him on most social media as some variant of @insaneintherainmusic, and on his website at https://www.insaneintherainmusic.com/.-----LINKS-----SUPPORT STRONG SONGSPaypal | Patreon.com/StrongsongsMERCH STOREstore.strongsongspodcast.comSOCIAL MEDIA@StrongSongs | @Kirkhamilton | IG: @Kirk_HamiltonNEWSLETTERhttps://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribeJOIN THE DISCORDhttps://discord.gg/GCvKqAM8SmOUTRO SOLO PLAY-A-LONG:https://soundcloud.com/kirkhamilton/strong-songs-outro-music-no-soloSTRONG SONGS PLAYLISTSSpotify | Apple Music | YouTube Music---------------MARCH 2023 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONSDamon WhiteKaya WoodallDan AustinEd RankinJay SwartzMiriam JoySEAN D WINNIERushDaniel Hannon-BarryElliot RosenAshley HoagChristopher MillerJamie WhiteChristopher McConnellDavid MascettiJoe LaskaKen HirshJezMelanie AndrichJenness GardnerSimon CammellNarelle HornErinAidan CoughlanJeanneret Manning Family FourDave SharpeSami SamhuriAccessViolationRyan TorvikElliot Jay O'NeillAndre BremerMark SchechterDave FloreyMARCH 2023 HALF-NOTE PATRONSJake YumatillaAlan BroughRandal VegterGo Birds!Jeff SpeckSamuel MillettAbraham BenrubiWhit SidenerChance McClainRobert Granatdave malloyTim RosenwongNick Gallowayjohn halpinJennifer KennerPeter HardingDavidAnthony MahramusMeghan O'LearyJohn BaumanDax and Dane HuddlestonMartín SalíasTim HowesStu BakerSteve MartinoDr Arthur A GrayCarolinaGary PierceMatt BaxterGiantPredatoryMolluskCasey FaubionLuigi BocciaRob AlbrightE Margaret WartonDaniel MosierCharles McGeeCatherine ClauseEthan BaumanRenee DowningKenIsWearingAHatJordan BlockAaron WadePhotog19610Travis PollardJamieDeebsPortland Eye CareAdam RayAnupama RaghavanCarrie SchneiderAlenka GrealishRichard SneddonDavid JudsonJulian RoleffJanice BerryDoreen CarlsonDavid McDarbyAbigail DuffieldWendy GilchristLisa TurnerPaul WayperJeffrey FerrisBruno GaetaKenneth JungAdam StofskyZak RemerRishi SahayJason ReitmanGreg BurgessAilie FraserVonKaren ArnoldNATALIE MISTILISJosh SingerPhino DeLeonAmy Lynn ThornsenAdam WKelli BrockingtonStephen RawlingsVictoria YuKevin RiversBrad Clarkmino caposselaSteve PaquinDavid JoskeEmma SklarBernard KhooRobert HeuerMatthew GoldenDavid NoahGeraldine ButlerRichard CambierMadeleine MaderJason PrattStewart OakAbbie BergDoug BelewDermot CrowleyAchint SrivastavaRyan RairighMichael BermanOlivia BishopJohn GisselquistLinda DuffySharon TreeLiz SegerEoin de BurcaKevin PotterM Shane BordersDallas HockleyJason GerryNathan GouwensLauren ReayEric PrestemonCookies250Damian BradyAngela LivingstoneSarah SulanDiane HughesJo SutherlandMichael CasnerLowell MeyerStephen TsoneffLorenz SchwarzWenJack SjogrenGeoff GoldenRobyn FraserPascal RuegerRandy SouzaJCClare HolbertonDiane TurnerTom ColemanMark PerryDhu WikMelEric HelmJake RobertsJonathan DanielsMichael FlahertyCaro Fieldmichael bochnerNaomi WatsonDavid CushmanAlexanderChris KGavin DoigSam FennTanner MortonAJ SchusterJennifer BushDavid StroudAmanda FurlottiAndrew BakerMatt GaskellJules BaileyAndrew FairL.B. MorseBill ThorntonBrian AmoebasBrett DouvilleJeffrey OlsonMatt BetzelMuellerNate from KalamazooMelanie StiversRichard TollerAlexander PolsonEarl LozadaJustin McElroyArjun SharmaJames JohnsonKevin MorrellColin Hodo
Dave Chappelle is one of many notable comedians to play Joe Rogan's Comedy Mothership....but should you pay $900 to see ANYONE? Trevor Noah won a prestigious award John Mulaney's new special gets a date and music by David Byrne Pete Davidson's Bupkis gets a date Sarah Silverman on her podcast evolving into an advice show Jeff Ross has a new tattoo The ever so serious Hari Konabolu has a new special coming to YouTube and as an actual album! Thanks to The Power of The Streak for supporting today's episode linktr.ee/thepowerofthestreak Support the show! Buy Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynews Listen Ad-Free and get the episodes early with a premium subscription for $4.99/month on Apple Podcasts. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-comedy-news-podcast-a-podcast-about-comedians/id1474309028 www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynews Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians. YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@dailycomedynews?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram is @dailycomedynews https://www.instagram.com/dailycomedynews/?hl=en Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/ AI generated transcripts at www.dailycomedynews.com Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted once Email: john at thesharkdeck dot com Daily Comedy News commentary includes satire and parody. Daily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcasts Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynewsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gerry "The Monk" Hutch is on trial for the murder of David Byrne and for the first time, the inner workings of the Hutch family are being exposed in open court and how the feud with the Kinahan cartel continued to grow.(commercial at 7:21)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.thesun.ie/news/9709296/hutch-gang-galvanised-feud-kinahan-cartel-escalated-garda-court/
The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
Award-winning author, visual artist, and filmmaker, Leopoldo Gout, spoke with me about making music videos for David Byrne, going from homeless auteur to working for James Patterson, his unique creative process, and his latest horror novel PIÑATA. Leopoldo Gout is the author of the books Ghost Radio, the award-winning Genius YA trilogy, and the recently published fable for all ages, Monarca. He has also packaged, published, and developed books with other writers under his imprint at Simon & Schuster: Leopoldo & Co., and was co-president of the James Patterson Entertainment company for many years. His latest novel is Piñata (Tor Nightfire), described as “... a bone-chilling possession tale perfect for fans of Hereditary and A Head Full of Ghosts. Based on the true, horrific story of the Spanish conquistadors that used piñatas to force Aztec children to destroy their gods…” Publishers Weekly wrote of the author, “Gout puts a unique twist on a classic possession story by incorporating Indigenous Mexican lore into the gory plot.” Leopoldo Gout is an accomplished visual artist, filmmaker, and writer from Mexico City, and studied sculpture at Central St. Martins School of Art in London. He is currently producing award-winning author Marlon James' original debut for television: GET MILLIE BLACK (Channel 4 & HBO) and was the Exec. Producer of the film Molly's Game starring Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba. [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen In this file Leopoldo Gout and I discussed: How his early life in Mexico contributed to a life of curiosity Working with Pedro Pascal, star of The Mandalorian and The Last of Us Why the Horror genre was a great fit for his artistic sensibilities What it was like to work with Aaron Sorkin on Molly's Game Using research and meditation to beat creative block Overcoming your fear of failure And a lot more! Show Notes: LeopoldoGout.net Piñata A Novel By Leopoldo Gout (Amazon) Leopoldo Gout's Amazon Author Page Leopoldo Gout on Facebook Leopoldo Gout on Instagram Leopoldo Gout on IMdB Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's MJ Morning Show: Roxanne's car trouble Morons in the news E-mail from listener who's daughter wants a monkey Convenience store dangerous product - Gas station heroin? Pauly Shore joke at Oscars E-mail from Jimbo about 90 year old on dating website March Madness vasectomies Lady Gaga's chapped lips... David Byrne's hot dog fingers Reusable water bottles are dirty! Father of girl who became stripper found out and stops paying her loan payments... is he an a-hole? Zito's missing watch Oscars red carpet... Ashley Graham interviews Hugh Grant We got Zito on the phone Louis Vuitton sneakers cost how much?
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Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?!
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of assassination, graphic details of gunshots, homophobia, lies, drugging, conspiracy theories, war. We're fast approaching the 95th Academy Awards, so that means it's time to get our picks set for all the categories! Will Everything Everywhere All At Once complete its awards cycle, or will another challenger upset? Will Jimmy Kimmel hold the fort down after last year's unexpected ceremony? And what will we enjoy more - the sheer exuberance of “Naatu Naatu” or the sheer delight of seeing David Byrne onstage at the Oscars? Grab your ballots and prepare for your Oscar pools as we discuss our picks for the 2023 Oscars on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at email@example.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpts taken from the scores to the following movies: All Quiet on the Western Front - Volker Bertelmann Babylon - Justin Hurwitz The Banshees of Inisherin - Carter Burwell Everything Everywhere All at Once - Son Lux The Fabelmans - John Williams "Applause" - Tell It Like a Woman - Music and Lyrics by Diane Warren "Hold My Hand" - Top Gun: Maverick - Music and Lyrics by Lady Gaga and BloodPop "Lift Me Up" - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - Music by Tems, Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson; Lyrics by Tems and Ryan Coogler "Naatu Naatu" - RRR - Music by M.M. Keeravaani; Lyrics by Chandrabose "This Is a Life" - Everything Everywhere All at Once - Music by Ryan Lott, David Byrne and Mitski; Lyrics by Ryan Lott and David Byrne
Puja Patel and Jeremy Larson talk to Pitchfork Features Editor Jill Mapes about the Oscar-nominated music movies Elvis and Tár. Then, David Byrne and Ryan Lott of Son Lux talk about some favorite scores and their work on Everything Everywhere All at Once. Read Jill's article here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A reimagining of Caryl Churchill's ground-breaking and celebrated play, Top Girls, opens this week at the Liverpool Everyman which sets the play – about female ambition and success across centuries and cultures - in Merseyside. Playwright Charlotte Keatley and theatre critic Susannah Clapp discuss the play's themes and its continuing impact forty years after its premiere. Prince Harry's book Spare and the ripples it's created have led to questions about the writing and publication of memoirs. In recent years, there has been a widening of the voices encouraged to write and getting published, but what is the impact on the authors, and should there be a greater duty of care? Agent Rachel Mills and Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of The Last Act of Love, a memoir about losing her brother, join Front Row to discuss. The show must go on has long been the mantra of those working in theatre but last August, David Byrne, Artistic Director of New Diorama Theatre, made an astonishing announcement which began with the words, “The end of the show must go on” and went on to state that the theatre would be closing its doors for at least six months to allow time for an artistic reset. As New Diorama Theatre reopens, David joins Front Row to discuss what the resetting has revealed. Presenter: Nick Ahad Producer: Ekene Akalawu Picture: Top Girls – Lauren Lane as Pope Joan – Photographer's Credit Marc Brenner
Sam Fragoso is a writer, filmmaker, and the host of the podcast Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso. “We have an hour together. We may not have another. We're here for a brief moment and then, you know, we die. And I want this thing to be as good as it can be. If if it's anything less than that, I'm just not interested. … And that, to me, is why you keep doing it: because that feeling when you really feel like you've put someone's life on the record in a way that is beautiful and painful and idiosyncratic and triumphant … when it goes well, it's like I lost 20 pounds. I am never a nicer or happier person than immediately after a taping. I'm kind of goofy and silly and delirious and grateful to be doing this. Like, so fucking grateful.” Show notes: @SamFragoso samfragoso.com 00:00 Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso 08:00 "#1: Matthieu Aikins" (Longform Podcast • Aug 2012) 09:00 "#156: Renata Adler" (Longform Podcast • Sep 2015) 09:00 "#187: Elizabeth Gilbert" (Longform Podcast • Apr 2016) 16:00 "Dr. Ashish Jha" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Mar 2020) 17:00 "Noam Chomsky" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Apr 2020) 21:00 "Margaret Atwood" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Mar 2022) 21:00 "David Byrne" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Mar 2022) 21:00 "Questlove" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Feb 2022) 22:00 "Anna Sale" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Apr 2017) 27:00 "David Sedaris" (Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso • Jun 2022) 52:00 WTF with Marc Maron 54:00 "Live Taping: Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso" (On Air Fest • Feb 2023) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Monkeemobile Mel tells us about his award, Phoebe Gates meme plea backfires, Pete Davidson's car crash, Victoria's Secret show's new look, Joe Biden slips up the stairs again, Kid Rock's Summer tour, mushy boobs, and we talk to a member of the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade whose balloon was shot down by the US government. BranDon is out sick today. Some people are saying it's AIDS. The Big 10 basketball tournament kicks off this week. Michigan basketball cannot win close games as they dropped another one in overtime. This time to Indiana. Meanwhile, MSU is rolling at the right time. Kid Rock announced he'll be playing LCA in July as part of his 4 city "No Snowflakes" tour this summer. Jason Carr Drive is still rolling along, but his listeners just cannot find any store that sells Sanders fudge. Monkeemobile Mel was at Autorama. We connect with him to find out about an award he won & his intense hug with Henry Winkler. Some people are saying that the Fonz loves hugging. Drew once came in second for a local Addy award for a radio commercial he wrote. The worst part is that no one was awarded first place. Our YouTube channel is still the fastest growing social media page in the history of the internet. Everyone is psychoanalyzing Chris Rock after his great Netflix special. Pete Davidson crashed his car into a house, but wasn't tested for drugs or alcohol. Pete also has a new girl, Chase Sui Wonders. Some people are surprised that he's dating her. Victoria Secret is bringing back their fashion show after 4 years. We're sensing that it's going to look a lot different. Does Sports Illustrated even put out a swimsuit issue anymore? A lot of listeners watched some interesting movies in high school under the guise of education. Drew's still has high school stories that we haven't heard yet... including one about "mushy boobs". Bill and Melinda Gates' daughter, Phoebe, is asking the internet to stop making her interracial relationship into memes. The internet responds like you think it would. Bill Maher provides some tips on how to know if the guy hitting on you online is using a youth filter on TikTok. Train derailments are all the rage in 2023. We are all starting to get "Ukrained out". The Talking Heads' David Byrne was on 60 minutes last night. It was so good that Drew actually watched 60 Minutes overtime. The last living founding member of Lynyrd Skynyrd died. RIP Gary Rossington. A Crime to Remember on ID should be retitled "Classic Crimes". Drew breaks down the bombing of United Flight 629. President Joe Biden slips up the stairs of Air Force One for the fourth time. Matthew McConnaghey was on a crazy flight full of turbulence. A woman died from turbulence on a business jet. The FBI is investigating, leading to some irresponsible speculation. A Southwest Airlines plane stranded passengers in a closed airport in Raleigh. The passengers did the right thing by opening the airport bar. Since the media all moved on from all the balloons the US shot out of the sky, we track down Burt from the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade to comment on their balloon getting attacked. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley were on Howard Stern. Howard tried to be their therapist. Gene provides some great evidence as to why Peter and Ace are no longer with the band. Drew Crime: The "I Can't Believe I'm Bald Eminem" Grant Amato murdered his whole family all because of a relationship with a webcam girl. Drew Crime Overtime: Evil Lives Here featured the story of a divorced mom who finds out her husband is a wanted murderer. Drew Crime Double Overtime: Dateline covered the Belgium window murder. Keith Reniere is whining about his prison accommodations. Hank Winchester challenges MI Attorney General Dana Nessel about DTE and their political donations. She gives the dumbest answer to accepting their money.
Ryan Lott and Ian Chang from the experimental trio Son Lux talk about their Academy Award-nominated work on the score and soundtrack for the beautiful, epic film Everything Everywhere All At Once, which is as brilliantly unclassifiable as the movie itself. Their score is nominated for Best Original Score and the end credits tune (a duet between Mitski and David Byrne, who cowrote the tune with Son Lux) is up for Best Music (Original Song) at the upcoming 95th Annual Academy Awards. They also delve into their personal histories with music, from their childhood music lessons and impactful discoveries of artists including Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix, Ray Charles, Prince, Miles Davis, Jeff Buckley, Seal and more. And Lott narrates Son Lux's development from a solo project that he began in 2008 as a creative outlet while he was working as a composer for a dance company, to the full-fledged touring band and collaborative unit thanks to the addition in 2014 of Chang and their bandmate Rafiq Bhatia.
"Sonically good without the sonic soul is crap!" Michael talked about why it's the emotional stuff, not the technical stuff that makes a great mix, how to understand multi-bus mix compression, why plugins are fun, and mixing in Atmos on headphones. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Michael Brauer a Grammy-winning New York mix engineer. His many credits include "Best Pop Vocal Album" for John Mayer's Continuum, "Best Alternative Album" for Coldplay's Parachutes, and also "Best Rock Album" for Coldplay's "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends". Other artists include The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Jeff Buckley, David Byrne, Paul McCartney, Ben Folds, KT Tunstall, and Martha Wainwright. He also invented the technique known as 'Brauerizing', in which mixes are routed through multiple compressors and busses to create a blended sound. And he is a co-founder of Mix With The Masters which has been running for over a decade. Michael has been a guest on the show previously to talk about his background in music and mixing so please chack out that episode at RSR300. And at that time he had relocated outside the heart of the city in NY to settle into his home studio for mixing. He also completed his journey of migrating his mix template over from a hybrid setup to a full “in the box” method with the help of his engineer Fernando Reyes. Michael created a fantastic course on Puremix.net called Brauerize ITB to teach his mixing setup so you can recreate the whole thing in your home studio if you choose. So I am excited to have Michael joining us to talk about his philosophy of mixing and the migration over to mixing “in the box”. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://www.solidstatelogic.com https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin https://jzmic.com use code ROCKSTAR to get 40% off the Vintage series mics https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% off https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/01JiSbrOjLxJeeRDlhtnPL?si=5d281e765c8f4fb0 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/390
Sima Cunningham is a singer/songwriter who hails from the great city of Chicago. She is half of the incredible duo Finom as well she plays with Jeff Tweed and Wilco. She joins Dwyer to share her feelings about the unique magnificence that is the Chicago music/art scene, what it's like to share a microphone with the legendary David Byrne, what what it's like to play live while pregnant and the glory of harmony and the wonderful simplicity of melody. You can listen to the Patreon Exclusive Part 2 of my conversation with Sima HEREFinom also generously donated their song "Boon" for the 11th Hour: Songs for Climate Justice Opening Song "Boon" by FinomSima's WebsiteFinom's WebsiteGet a website by Kelly R. Dwyerthemattdwyer.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.