Performing arts festival in Somerset, England
Shaun and Naomi from The Queer Songbook Orchestra are our guests on What's Your Forte this week! They chat to Kathryn and Kirsten about the importance of music in building an uplifting community, as well as the ensemble's history and their new Queer Songbook Youth Orchestra program. They also give advice on charting a career in music and geek out about jazz, My Chemical Romance and their favourite gigs. If you'd like to play with the youth orchestra, check out queersongbook.com/qsyo. Founded by Shaun in 2014, the Queer Songbook Orchestra is a 14-piece chamber pop ensemble dedicated to expressing and uplifting 2SLGBTQ+ narratives, while providing opportunities for mentorship and other supports to queer, trans, questioning and allied youth. A collaborative, community-based project, the Queer Songbook Orchestra have worked with 200+ collaborators, toured extensively throughout Canada and were longlisted for the 2018 Polaris Prize for their collaborative album with Vivek Shraya. Watch it on YouTube, and subscribe for more! Shaun Brodie (he/him) is a classically trained trumpet player with a performance degree from the University of Victoria, and extensive experience as a session and freelance musician. Performing live and in-studio with acts such as Basia Bulat, Broken Social Scene, Father John Misty and many others, Shaun has toured internationally and appeared on a wide spectrum of stages including The Late Show with David Letterman and the Glastonbury Festival. Naomi McCarroll-Butler (she/her/ze/zir) is a saxophonist, clarinetist and instrument maker from Toronto. She is interested in the overtone series, breathwork in the unique somatic journey of trans and gender-non-conforming people, and the creation of aural trance environments. An active collaborator, Naomi plays with many artists including Jeremy Dutcher, and her work as a composer and improviser has been featured by the Canadian Music Centre, Women From Space Festival and the Guelph Jazz Festival. Her piece CHRYSALIS was premiered in July as the Artist in Residence for the 2022 Toronto Jazz Festival.
The Barefoot Bandit are a highly energetic new wave reggae/dub band based in Devon UK. Their sound mixes catchy melodies and exciting rhythms with a combination of modern roots reggae with deep dark dub, as well as exploring psychedelic influences. Building a strong and loyal fan base over the last couple of years, TBB have played countless shows up and down the country including numerous festivals such as headline performances on small stages at Glastonbury Festival and Love Summer. The 4 piece have also made appearances at numerous UK festivals such as BoomTown Fair, One Love Festival, KAYA Festival to name a few plus main stage appearances at Glass Butter Beach, Wonderfields and Reggae Garden. The Band are rapidly developing a deserved reputation for their dynamic live show, guaranteeing a dance floor full of satisfied skankers. It was great to find out a bit about the band what they are doing and where they are going they were set to play Summer Fest in 2022 but its been pushed back to 2023 The Video Interview with the tracks on them below https://youtu.be/hnqHpt1zQtw Duggystoen Radio we show case the bands we know you should be following "We Sound Good" The Barefoot Bandit - on Spotify Dont forget to get 10% off Woof & Brew Hot the image below and use the DISCOUNT CODE duggystone10 Provided by woof and brew
Chelsea and James are at Glastonbury Festival trying out a Glastonbury Zombie (WHICH HAS 10 TYPES OF ALCOHOL IN IT) as they explore the side of Glastonbury that you never see on the TV.Follow @tipsytourism on Instagram and Twitter for all the photos of videos and for more info visit tipsytourism.comWant to listen without adverts? Check out patreon.com/tipsytourism - you also get each episode a full day before anyone else totally ad free. Get early access, ad free episodes and behind the scenes content See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gestartet als junge Musikerin in der Schweiz bis zu Writing Sessions in den legendären Quad-Studios in Amerika. Von ersten Auftritten in ihrer Heimat bis zum Glastonbury Festival. Tashan macht internationale Musik und schafft es damit um die ganze Welt. Seit einiger Zeit veröffentlicht sie nun auch Songs auf Deutsch und obwohl sie erst eine Handvoll Songs releast hat, ist sie wohl eine der interessantesten Künstler:innen in der Szene. Was sie über ihre Kunst und die Schweizer Rapszene zu sagen hat, was sie in ihrer Karriere bisher erlebt hat und wie es zu einer Studio Session mit Jason Derulo gekommen ist, erfahrt ihr in diesem Interview! Viel Spaß beim Zuhören!
Jay Rayner and his culinary panel are in Taunton, Somerset. Joining him for the first in a new series are Tim Hayward, Alice Lascelles, Tim Anderson and Professor Barry Smith. As this year's Glastonbury Festival recedes into the distance, the panellists discuss indulgent festival food, offer recipe suggestions for eggs and dream up their ultimate cheese board. They're also joined by local cheesemaker Tom Carver and cider connoisseur Matilda Temperley. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Our guest is the writer, drummer, civil servant, and LEGO enthusiast Thom Beckett! Andy talks with Thom about The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, LEGO, Father John Misty, Glastonbury Festival 2019, Netflix's upcoming Sandman series, Alan Moore, and more. Find additional information about Thom on his site here. On Rachel's Chart Chat, Rachel from Des Moines finds gems in charts from 1979 and 1987. You can find a playlist for Rachel's Chart Chat here. Follow Rachel on Last.fm here.
Kennt ihr den Darwin-Award? Vika und Christian kannten ihn nicht. Was sehr für sie spricht. Wem würdet ihr gern diesen Award überreichen? Außerdem haben wir in dieser Folge über unsere (nicht) vorhandenen Modeskills und die ältesten Gegenstände bei uns zu Hause geredet und wieso diese Themen sehr eng miteinander verwoben sind. Desweiteren haben wir gerätselt, wie Greta Thunberg zum Glastonbury-Festival gekommen ist und uns gefragt, ob das überhaupt eine Rolle spielt. Diesmal haben Christian und Daniel gegeneinander gequizt und wir alle wissen jetzt schon, wer gewonnen hat.
Xiaomi announced a range of mobile phones under the 12S moniker in the week, including the 12S Ultra. It's the first ultra-premium flagship in a Leica-partnership era. Pocket-lint contributing editor Cam Bunton joins the podcast to discuss the announcement.Host Stuart then talks to Sam Kemp at EE about how the UK mobile phone network provided the vast communications infrastructure at this year's Glastonbury Festival. And finally, fellow contributing editor Max Freeman-Mills has experienced the Samsung Gaming Hub, the company's location for cloud games on its smart TVs.00:44 - Cam details the Xiaomi launch 05:43 - Interview with Sam Kemp, EE's future propositions and innovation director17:18 - Max gives his verdict on the Samsung Gaming Hub. Visit us at pocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos at youtube.com/pocketlintcom and sign up to our daily newsletter at pocket-lint.com/info/newsletter. *** Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Cam Bunton, Max Freeman-Mills, and Sam KempMusic by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Live music from Glastonbury festival to put you in the thick of the action (mud-free, while not being £300 poorer). Most performances are available on the BBC Music YouTube channel or through BBC Sounds/iPlayer. Artists featured were Pet Shop Boys (+ Years & Years) Courtney Barnett Wet Leg Dry Cleaning black midi Koffee Declan McKenna Yves Tumor Les Amazones D'Afrique Fontaines D.C. JARV IS Kojey Radical (+ Cashh) Wolf Alice Des'ree (poetry) Find this week's playlist here. Do try and support artists directly, all Bandcamp links above are 100% fresh and ethically sourced. x Do touch that dial and tune in live! We're on at CFRC 101.9 FM in the Kingston area, or on cfrc.ca, Sundays 8 to 9 PM! (Full shows are available in the archive for 3 months from release) Get in touch with the show for requests, submissions, giving feedback or anything else: email email@example.com or tweet @YellowBritCFRC. PS: submissions, cc firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like other CFRC DJs to spin your music on their shows as well. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yellowbritroad/message
This week we pay a visit to Somerset, England to recap this year's Glastonbury Festival! We review the major performances (McCartney, Crowded House, Diana Ross, etc) and talk about some of our other faves (Wet Leg, IDLES, Skunk Anansie, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Jack White, Sam Fender and more). First, though, we talk about some new releases we're into and review the new Porcupine Tree album. 1:00 - Weekly Shoutouts (new releases by Mama, Smile, My Raining Stars) 5:00 - Review: Porcupine Tree Closure/Continuation 14:20 - Listener Feedback 19:30 - Glastonbury 2022 Did you attend Glasto this year? Did you watch any of the live streams or catch any of the replays on YouTube? What were some of your favorite performances? Let us know! Email us at email@example.com or leave us a comment wherever you're listening! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ModernMusicology Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ModrnMusicology Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk-MlcGy5u3fK1j4bVty1Kw Modern Musicology is part of the ESO Podcast Network. https://esonetwork.com/
This week we pay a visit to Somerset, England to recap this year’s Glastonbury Festival! We review the major performances (McCartney, Crowded House, Diana Ross, etc) and talk about some of our other faves (Wet Leg, IDLES, Skunk Anansie, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Jack White, Sam Fender and more). First, though, we talk about some new releases we’re … Modern Musicology #27 – Glastonbury 2022 Read More » The post Modern Musicology #27 – Glastonbury 2022 appeared first on The ESO Network.
Here's the latest in rock news with R̶o̶s̶i̶e̶ Kalun! Dave Grohl takes the stage for the first time since Taylor Hawkins' passing in March, with Sir Paul McCartney at his 80th birthday celebrations in the UK at Glastonbury Festival. Alanis Morissette pays tribute to her late bandmate at her O2 Arena show in London. Travis Barker of Blink-182 hospitalised for pancreatitis. Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong announces that he "don't wanna be an American idiot" and is renouncing his US citizenship following the decision to repeal Roe v. Wade. And on a much lighter note, YUNGBLUD has released a BELTER of a single titled "Don't Feel Like Feeling Sad Today". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stance celebrates the summer with a live show from Glastonbury. The most iconic music and performing arts festival in the UK. Stance takes in the sounds of the festival atmosphere and speaks with Lima-born, Berlin-based producer, DJ and vocalist Sofia Kourtesis before her show at Glastonbury's Sonic Stage. Sofia chats about her bittersweet house music, her Peruvian roots, and playing Glasto for the first time. Her recent EP Fresia Magdalena features tracks influenced by family relationships, loss, community, and hope. Before hitting the stage at Glastonbury, Sofia chats with Stance about how nature, joy, and activism inform her work, and how Berlin as a creative hub enriches her sound. Plus Stance spends the weekend taking in the sounds and atmosphere of the festival just for your ears. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe, write us a review and join the conversation at stancepodcast.com and all podcasting apps @stancepodcast @chrystalgenesis
In this week's ‘News Roundtable' episode, host Chris Wright joins Jemma Forte, broadcast journalist and presenter, Dominique Samuels, political commentator, and Mike Galsworthy, co-founder of Scientists for EU and Healthier IN the EU. The episode begins by discussing the latest news surrounding Boris Johnson, dissecting reports of his plans for a £150,000 treehouse for his son Wilf at the Chequers residence, the toxicity of “brand Boris,” and the future of the Conservative party. The conversation moves to reflect on the country's current state of the economy and rising rates of inflation in the United Kingdom. They dive into whether the Brexit referendum should be blamed for the current economic climate or whether it is the result of the global economic halt during the COVID-19 pandemic. With ongoing workforce strikes in the country, the panel then discusses the economy's role in this movement and what is there to come in the future. Shifting to news on the other side of the pond, they discuss the United States reversal of Roe v. Wade and debate the legitimacy of the decision by the Supreme Court, as well as the role of gender in legislating and discussing women's rights. The conversation wraps up by reflecting on Glastonbury Festival, debating the reported warnings surrounding the spread of COVID-19 and the possibility of further lockdown regulations. Created & produced by Podcast Partners: www.podcastpartners.comSign up to receive updates by email when a new episode drops at www. wrightonthenail.fm
We're edging closer to the new season and there are plenty of clubs with a lot of work to do over the course of the next month. We look at five new managers who have it all to do in terms of implementing new philosophies and sorting out their new charges. From Vincent Kompany at Burnley to Alfred Schreuder at Ajax; Paulo Fonseca at Lille to Christophe Galtier at PSG; and a returning legend at Athletic Club - there's plenty to discuss amongst those looking to change things up. We discuss a couple more bits in Things We Love - namely MLS having a real moment in the sun, and Arsenal's excellent work in the transfer market so far. Melon of the Week looks at two candidates - a new man in a hot seat and the candidates in a pre-season friendly blow-out, before Jack finishes off with a Gibberish all about the best acts he saw at Glastonbury Festival. It's Ranks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We hear about Glastonbury Festival from Nina Chesworth's perspective. Nina had attended previous years with some sight but this year was her first time as a completely blind attendee. We also take a look at access provisions at some of the UK's other festivals and how these have evolved over the years, with Gideon Feldman, who is the Head of Programs at Attitude is Everything. Attitude is Everything have been campaigning for over twenty years to improve the disability access at live events. And finally, we hear about how American Electronic Dance musician, Lachi is changing the industry for disabled artists. She campaigns and consults on disability inclusion, including at the White House, and this year she's launched RAMPD, Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities. The interview was first broadcast on the BBC World Service's arts program, The Cultural Frontline. Presenter: Peter White Producer: Beth Hemmings Production Coordinator: Liz Poole Website image description: pictured is the festival crowed at Glastonbury. In the foreground are hundreds of hands raised in the air, people sitting on shoulders, colourful flags at full mast and a masses of multi-coloured confetti is flying through the air. The cloud of confetti is so thick that the festival's Pyramid Stage appears as just a silhouette in the background.
Why on earth would I decide to work in and from a festival?!To book your free Release the Pressure call (only 5 available so be quick!) just click here:https://calendly.com/heidimarke/releasethepressureThe Overwhelm is Optional podcast is for you if you want to quit the struggle with overwhelm and live your life to the full. You don't want to compromise your health and relationships in order to have well-paid, satisfying, meaningful work. You want it all - on your terms.To join my mailing list and receive my free life-changing audio please go to:https://www.heidimarke.co.uk/theoneminutemarkeThank you for listening. If this podcast resonates with you please use the like/share/subscribe buttons to help other people find it too.For more, come and hang out with me on Instagram @heidi.marke Want me to talk about something specific? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgI love hearing from you so please do let me know if an episode resonated!To find out about my courses and programmes please visit my website:https://www.heidimarke.co.uk/work-with-meIf you're currently looking for 1:1 coaching and would like to know if we're a fit please book a chat here: https://calendly.com/heidimarke/discoverycallWishing you a life filled with unexpected loveliness!Heidi
Several musicians at last weekend's Glastonbury Festival used the stage to comment on the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Is performance activism the new standard? Instagram: @hivemindpopculture Twitter: @hivemindthepod
Hour 2 - Happy Tuesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden apparently unwittingly financed his son's participation in an escort ring tied to Russia, records from a copy of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop show. Glastonbury Festival goers that drive electric vehicles were being charged £80 per hour to charge their cars. The electric charging points are being powered by a diesel generator. Democratic South Carolina state Rep. Krystle Matthews was allegedly recorded Sunday calling for “sleepers” to infiltrate the Republican Party in South Carolina, and seemed to suggest she would accept drug money to finance her campaign.
Luisteren en kijken naar het Glastonbury Festival afgelopen weekend... Fav acts Wet Leg, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar, years and years... en zoveel anderen, altijd openstaan voor andere vormen van muziek.
Happy, happy, happy Monday! It's Radio Ronin time!!!!!!!Our favorite English Muffin Chris Tew is back for the biggest show (other than the live Halloween show) that Chunga, Chandler and Gregg have ever done!!! Chunga hurt himself at a buffet... AGAIN!!!! Gregg finally has peace and quiet inside his apartment and Chandler saw something amazing that happened at the Glastonbury Festival last week! Did you see it? Gregg has another summertime movie shout-out, AND!!!! AND!!!!! Chunga, Chandler, Gregg and Chris give a full, in-depth, breakdown and review the finale of the Obi-Wan Kenobi mini-series on Disney + grab some snacks and get ready for a very big show!!! LISTEN NOW!!!!!!!!
Hi Vince....I have attached the song for the end chat about the Finland gig......it is "The Story of Skiffle" by "Skiffle" John Lomax..which I wrote and produced for him.....this is the version which got us the gig...... 1.The train strikes and the one sided biassed reporting 2.In parts of Spain it is now illegal to pee in the sea..... enforcement should be interesting. 3.Complaints about Facebook accepting "upskirting" 4.Idiots who do and say stupid things are not the problem... the problem is the media for giving them publicity....obviously REAL problems are not news. 5.The Glastonbury Festival is getting full coverage which I have managed to avoid.....modern music has lost its way. 6.Strange things which happened on a gig I once did in Finland.....which includes this week's song selection "The Story of Skiffle"
Leading economic powers conferred by video link with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as they underscored their commitment to Ukraine for the long haul. Group of Seven leaders in their Monday meeting in the German Alps were finalizing plans to pursue a price cap on Russian oil, raise tariffs on Russian goods and impose other new sanctions. The U.S. was also preparing to announce the purchase of an advanced surface-to-air missile system for Kyiv to help Ukraine fight back against Vladimir Putin's aggression. That's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity before the formal announcement. South Dakota's Republican governor is pledging to bar mail-order abortion pills but says women shouldn't face prosecution for seeking them. Kristi Noem's stand appears to be in defiance of legal guidance by the Justice Department after the Supreme Court last week stripped away women's constitutional protections for abortion. The governor is indicating that she'd put in place a plan approved by state lawmakers to restrict the abortion pills. The ruling Friday by the court's conservative justices triggered abortion bans in South Dakota and elsewhere. But Noem says in news show interviews that doctors, not their patients, would likely be prosecuted for knowing violations of what would be one of the strictest laws on abortion pills in the United States. Pride parades kicked off in some of America's biggest cities Sunday amid new fears about the potential erosion of freedoms won through decades of activism. The annual marches come after at least one Supreme Court justice signaled, in a ruling on abortion, that the court could reconsider the right to same-sex marriage recognized in 2015. Many observers expected the Jan. 6 committee hearings would be nothing more than reruns, but they've proven much more. They've revealed a storyteller's eye, with focus and clarity, an understanding of how news is digested these days and strong character development. The Republican House leadership's decision to walk away from the examination into former President Donald Trump's effort to stay in office essentially allowed the committee to structure it the way it wanted. The committee has kept a tight grip on the message, and the myriad ways that it is delivered after the hearings are concluded each day. In sports, the Avalanche rule the NHL, the Yankees get their second walk-off win of their series with the Astros, the Mets are beaten in the bottom of the ninth, Mississippi takes the national championship in baseball and Xander Schauffele finally captures a PGA win. Tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democratic Party's gains of recent years are suddenly becoming Republicans. Overall, more than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year. That's according to voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press. They include both former Democrats and those previously unaffiliated with either major party. The phenomenon is playing out in virtually every region of the country — red states, blue states, in cities and in small towns — in the months since President Joe Biden replaced former President Donald Trump. Pfizer says tweaking its COVID-19 vaccine to better target the omicron variant is safe and boosts protection. Saturday's announcement comes just days before regulators debate whether to offer Americans updated booster shots this fall. The current COVID-19 vaccines still offer strong protection against hospitalization and death. But protection against infection has dropped markedly with the omicron variant, and now its even more transmissible relatives are spreading. Pfizer says either an omicron-targeted booster or a combination shot that mixes the original vaccine with omicron protection substantially increases protection. Rival Moderna hopes to offer a similar combination shot. The BET Awards aired provided a platform for stars to strongly criticize the Supreme Court's recent decision to strip away women's constitutional protection for abortion. President Joe Biden has signed the most sweeping gun violence bill in decades. The bipartisan compromise seemed unimaginable until a recent series of mass shootings, including the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at a Texas elementary school. The House gave final approval Friday, following Senate passage Thursday, and Biden acted just before leaving Washington for two world leader summits in Europe. A federal court has put a temporary hold on the government's order for Juul to stop selling its electronic cigarettes. Juul filed the emergency motion so it can appeal the sales ban from the Food and Drug Administration. Iranian state television says says that Tehran has launched a solid-fueled rocket into space, drawing a rebuke from Washington ahead of the expected resumption of stalled talks over Tehran's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Paul McCartney wowed fans at the Glastonbury Festival with a 2½-hour concert that included Beatles hits and big-name guest stars. The 80-year-old musician treated the huge crowd to Beatles classics like “Get Back,” “Hey Jude,” “Blackbird” and “Let it Be,” along with solo hits including “Live and Let Die” and “Band on the Run.” He was joined onstage by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and rock icon Bruce Springsteen. —The Associated Press See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bono revealed that he had a secret sibling that he discovered in 2000 ; Dave Grohl appeared on stage with Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen at the Glastonbury Festival; Top Gun Maverick passes 1 billion in global box office sales
Happy, happy, happy Monday! It's Radio Ronin time!!!!!!! Our favorite English Muffin Chris Tew is back for the biggest show (other than the live Halloween show) that Chunga, Chandler and Gregg have ever done!!! Chunga hurt himself at a buffet... AGAIN!!!! Gregg finally has peace and quiet inside his apartment and Chandler saw something amazing that happened at the Glastonbury Festival last week! Did you see it? Gregg has another summertime movie shout-out, AND!!!! AND!!!!! Chunga, Chandler, Gregg and Chris give a full, in-depth, breakdown and review the finale of the Obi-Wan Kenobi mini-series on Disney + grab some snacks and get ready for a very big show!!! LISTEN NOW!!!!!!!!
Former Brexit Party MEP kicks off today's show to discuss Boris Johnson's recent influx of new letters of no confidence from Tory MPs after stating he wants to stay in office until 2030. Executive Director of The Henry Jackson Society joins shortly after to discuss why Prince Charles is facing an inquiry into a sheikh's €3m charity cash donation. Columnist for the Mail on Sunday Peter Hitchens returns for his weekly segment at The Independent Republic to discuss the issues with tribal voting, policing of E-Scooters, the upcoming G7 summit, and much more. Brand strategist joins Mike to discuss this weekend's Glastonbury Festival and its plethora of logistical mishaps, and Molly Kinsley and Liz Cole close the show to discuss their new book; The Children's Inquiry. All that and so much more, so tune in! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NOTE: Our main Twitter account for Patrick Henningsen @21WIRE has been permanently deplatformed by Twitter's censorship department – so please follow and promote our official media account instead, @21stCenturyWire. This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR, with host Patrick Henningsen covering all the top stories in US, UK and internationally. This week we're joined by the Sunday Wire's roving correspondent for culture & sport, Basil Valentine, and ACR's Hesher, to discuss the selling-out of the UK's once legendary Glastonbury Festival, which has been hijacked by politics, with globalist icons Zelensky and Greta taking centre stage this year, as festival goers get a megadose of virtue-signaling. All this and much more. Featured Music by Walk-On Army & Utility GET YOUR COPY OF NEW DAWN MAGAZINE'S MAY-JUNE ISSUE: https://21w.co/nd192 SHOP CLIVE DE CARLE'S NATURAL HEALTH STORE HERE: https://21w.co/shop-clive JOIN OUR TELEGRAM CHANNEL HERE: https://t.me/My21wire SUPPORT OUR MEDIA PLATFORM HERE: https://21w.co/support SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A MEMBER @21WIRE.TV: https://21wire.tv The Sunday Wire with Patrick Henningsen broadcasts LIVE on Alternate Current Radio SUNDAY 5pm-8pm UK Time, 12pm-3pm EST (US), 9am-12pm PST (US) at: http://alternatecurrentradio.com http://thesundaywire.com
Percussion Discussion - Episode 92 - Math PriestJoining me for todays conversation is Math Priest.Math is a founder member, song writer and drummer for UK Pop/Rock band Dodgy producing such incredible songs as Good Enough, Staying out for the summer and Grassman as well as many studio and live albums. Aswell as playing for Dodgy, Math has also played fo the likes of The Lightening Seeds, The Electric Soft Parade, The yellow Moon Band and Ian McNabb in The Icicle Works plus many more.Join us as we talk about Math's career from his early days with his first thrown together drum kit and how he is a completley self taught drummer and the problems this created onto searching for a vintage drum sound for an album and buying a used Gretsch Roundbadge Drum Kit from Steven White, through to playing the Pyramid stage at the mighty Glastonbury Festival! We also talk about his drumming work with other bands such as the Lightening Seeds and The Icicle works. Math is a really great chap, and a very funny guy to boot, this was such a fun experience to spend an hour in his company, Yes, there is some swearing and yes there is a section where Math gets a beer from the fridge and isnt wearing trousers! (it was a very warm day!) i dare you not to enjoy this!!Math, thanks so much mate, it was a total pleasure, many thanks also to our mutual friend Chris Hawkins for connecting us!Please rate & review if you are enjoying our conversations! Thanks
We all know the main acts performing at the 50th anniversary Glastonbury Festival but one act you may ot have heard of is Ai-da. Ai-Da is among the unique festival offering. She is an ultra-realistic humanoid robot that has painted portraits of the headline acts. She is the artist in residence in the festival's Shangri La field, where she will be giving live demonstrations of her painting skills. Aidan Meller is the creator and project director of Ai-Da Robot and joined us on the Moncrieff show.
Glastonbury Festival is back for its 50th year. It's grown a lot since the 1970s to become the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. But apart from its size, how else has it changed and who is it for?Tortoise is a news start-up devoted to slow journalism. We take our time to tell stories that really matter. If you want more slow and considered journalism, you can become a member of Tortoise to get access to more of our stories, contribute to our journalism and join exclusive events.Just go to tortoisemedia.com/friend and use the code Tomini50 to get a year's digital membership for £50. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's time for the Glossy's and the biggest festival in the world is about to take place this week. We discuss some rumours that are swirling around Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Diana Ross and the Gallagher brothers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nigel and Producer Matt are in Bangkok for a very special WORLDWIDE episode of the Haiyaa podcast. Nigel speaks about his encounter with “coke mom” and befriending two Thai Billionaires while Matt is recognised for the first time by a Haiyaa pod fan. 0:00 - Nigel befriends two Thai billionaires 9:10 - Will Matt get back in time for Glastonbury Festival and Heathrow airport is crumbling 15:05 - Nigel is looking for instagram ho's that he can train to replace Matt and Asian audiences love their national anthems 28:23 - Nigel plays his homecoming show and brings his parents on stage too and why jokes written down are brutal! 35:43 - Nigel meets “coke mom” and is worried she might be a golddigger. Go see Nigel on tour: https://nigelngcomedy.com/#shows -------------------------------------------------- Send an email and tell me about your big disappointments. Whether you've disappointed people, or the world's disappointed you: email@example.com Or DM me a voice note on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haiyaapod/ Leave the podcast a 5 star rating and review on Apple podcasts and Spotify. Screenshot the pod and share it in your insta stories! It's listeners like you who help the pod grow. -------------------------------------------------- Follow HAIYAA Podcast: Twitter: https://twitter.com/haiyaapod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haiyaapod/ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/haiyaa-with-nigel-ng/id1599323679 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1iMy1aiXrWhJicFLsgNAJV?si=v7LWgWBQSYeedRr7C7UeKA&nd=1 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbW55LmZtL3Nob3dzL2hhaXlhYS13aXRoLW5pZ2VsLW5nL3BsYXlsaXN0cy9wb2RjYXN0LnJzcw?sa=X&ved=0CBoQ27cFahcKEwjA_YbJs970AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQLA See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As Glastonbury returns this week after a two year pandemic hiatus, a summer of festivals gets under way while some festivals are forced to cancel due to difficult conditions. We look at how the festival sector has struggled through the challenges of the last two years, and consider the importance of live music festivals to the UK economy and culture. Shahidha is joined live by Melvin Benn – Managing Director of Festival Republic and a director of Glastonbury Festival, Paul Reed CEO of the Association Of Independent Festivals and Lauren Down, Director of End Of The Road festival. In Roy Williams' new play The Fellowship, sisters Dawn and Marcia are children of the Windrush generation. They were activists together in the struggles for justice in the 1980s. The sisters have little in common now, but the fellowship of family connection is powerful. Roy Williams talks to Shahidha Bari about unflinchingly putting the stories of black British people on the stage. A tour round the Horniman Museum and Gardens in South London, shortlisted for the Art Fund's Museum of the Year, with Chief Executive Nick Merriman and Senior Curator Sarah Byrne. Presenter: Shahidha Bari Producer: Nicki Paxman Image: Glastonbury Festival
The Met Office takes a weekly look at the science behind the UK and global weather headlines. In this week's episode we hear about climate scientists presenting science and alternative rock at next week's Glastonbury Festival and the intense heat affecting parts of central Europe. Presenter: Clare Nasir Editor: Adrian Holloway The Met Office is the United Kingdom's national weather service. Our website carries the latest UK and global weather forecasts, detailed information on weather types, climate science and UK weather records for previous months, seasons and years. www.metoffice.gov.uk
Paul McCartney, einer der letzten beiden lebenden Beatles, wird am 18. Juni stolze 80 Jahre alt. Seine Stimme ist zwar brüchig, aber der Mann lässt sich nicht davon abhalten, neue Alben zu veröffentlichen, auf US-Tournee zu gehen und beim legendären Glastonbury Festival in Südengland wird er dieses Jahr als Headliner auftreten – und das als Ältester im gesamten Programm.
How can we have System-2-type reflection but with System-1-type speed? How can math be considered to be a "fast" way of solving problems? Is math discovered or invented? How can we use math to think better in everyday life? How can math education be improved? Do mathematicians have a snobbish preference for "pure" maths over applied maths? How can math be used to tell stories?Marcus du Sautoy is the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. He is author of seven books including his most recent book, Thinking Better: the Art of the Shortcut. He has also published a play, I is a Strange Loop, which was performed at the Barbican in London in which he was also lead actor. He has presented numerous radio and TV series including a four-part landmark TV series for the BBC called The Story of Maths. He works extensively with a range of arts organisations bringing science alive for the public from The Royal Opera House to the Glastonbury Festival. He received an OBE for services to science in the 2010 New Year's Honours List and was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2016. Follow him on Twitter at @MarcusduSautoy or find out more about him at www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk.
In this episode, we chat with @TheGlastoThingy from Twitter, who is on a mission to document all facts and stats […]
Singer and songwriter Joy Crookes talks about rude awakenings and the feeling of being ‘slapped in the face' by books.Joy was initially recognised in 2013 for her cover of Hit the Road Jack which she posted on YouTube, gaining over 600,000 views (one of whom was to be her manager). Three years later, she released her debut single, New Manhattan, at just age 17. She went on to release her debut EP, Influence, with Speakerbox and Insanity Records, performing one of the songs on global music platform COLORS. Since then, she's won two UK Music Video Awards, a Remarkable Women Award and performed at Glastonbury Festival. Her music focuses on themes of mental health, relationships and culture.Joy's book choices are: ** All About Love by Bell Hooks** Salt by Nayyirah Waheed** Girl Woman Other by Bernardine Evaristo** To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee** I Am Malala by Malala YousafzaiVick Hope, multi-award winning TV and BBC Radio 1 presenter, author and journalist, is the host of season five of the Women's Prize for Fiction Podcast. Every week, Vick will be joined by another inspirational woman to discuss the work of incredible female authors. The Women's Prize is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and they continue to champion the very best books written by women. Don't want to miss the rest of Season Five? Listen and subscribe now! This podcast is sponsored by Baileys and produced by Bird Lime Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Protoculture on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 4/20/22 About Protoculture - 'Everything he touches turns to musical gold' - Armin van Buuren, A State of Trance Only a few South African producers enjoy the success that DJ and Producer Nate Raubenheimer, better known to most as Protoculture, has had over the last 12 years of his career. Hailed by many of his piers as South Africa's biggest dance music export, he has also left his mark on the international dance scene with his trademark blend of melodic and emotionally charged compositions and DJ sets. Sucked into the art of music production at a young age, Nate made the leap to pursue a music career professionally after completing his studies in Audio Engineering at age 20, immediately taking the international psy-trance scene by storm. His international debut came at the United Kingdom's famed Glastonbury Festival. With the release of his first artist album, “Refractions”, and the follow up “Circadians”, a slew of international performances ensued worldwide, seeing Nate travel to all four corners of the globe. From London to Tokyo, Sao Paulo to Moscow, Protoculture was a staple at psy-trance festivals around the globe, most notably at Glade in the UK, Universo Parallello in Bahia, Brazil, Earthcore Global Carnival in Melbourne, Australia and Ozora Festival near Budapest. Protoculture's 2010 album, “Love Technology” ushered in a great deal of changes for the South African producer, bridging the gap between his previous exclusively underground sound with influences from other genres. The album garnered attention from industry heavyweights Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Max Graham and Paul Oakenfold with the single, ‘Naked' receiving support on all the aforementioned artists radio shows as well as being named ‘Track of the week' on Global DJ Broadcast. This heralded the beginning of a new era for Nate, quickly being snapped by Max Graham's Rebrand Records and Dutch powerhouse label, Armada Music which became the home for hit singles such as “Sun Gone Down”, “Cobalt”, “Topaz”, “Laguna” and many others, all smashing the Beatport Top 10 Trance charts. Nate has also built impressive remix credentials over the years at Armada, being credited with remixes for Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Paul Oakenfold, Bryan Adams, Dash Berlin, Robert Miles, Jeanne Michelle Jarre and Nadia Ali. The Protoculture and Max Graham remix of Paul Oakenfold's ‘Grace – Not Over Yet' landed a number one on the Beatport Trance charts and the held the position for over a month, as well as scoring a number one position on the UK Buzz Charts and DMC UK Club Charts. He also received a SAMA nomination (South African Music Award) for his remix work on Goldfish's smash hit, ‘Cruising through' on Pacha Recordings. Protoculture, as a DJ and live performer, ranked South Africa's number one DJ according to the DJ Mag Top 100 polls from 2011 to present, has also played alongside a diverse range of international heavyweights such as Paul van Dyk, Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, Armin van Buuren, Orbital, Future Sound of London, Gareth Emery, Sander van Doorn to name but a few. A staple at Armin van Buuren's legendary A State of Trance World Tours, Nate performed alongside the 5 times world number one DJ in Mexico, South Africa and The Netherlands to sell out crowds with live performances being broadcast around the world live to over 20 million people. He has also graced the DJ booths at legendary club venues such as Ministry of Sound, UK, Ushaia and Privelege, Ibiza, Ageha, Tokyo, Colosseum, Jakarta, as well as Foundation, Seattle, Exchange, Los Angeles and more in the United States. No stranger to the festival circuit either he has performed at Fuji Rock festival in Japan and the Zurich Street Parade as well as other festival brands such as Godskitchen, Creamfields, Urban Wave (Camel Experience), Amsterdam Dance Event, Electronic Family, H20 Events, the legendary Tomorrowland and most recently Ultra Music Festival. About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception. The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Robert Babicz, Jens Lissat, Alex Bau, Elohim, Leandro Da Silva, The Space Brothers, Dave Winnel, Cuebrick, Protoculture, Jarod Glawe, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Saint Kidyaki, Distinct, Sarah Main, Piem, Tocadisco, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, Patricia Baloge, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Kissy Sell Out, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Dyro, Andy Caldwell, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there will be a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclub (Oculus) coming soon. About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.
Welcome to this new episode of The Edge, a podcast by TAG Heuer. Our guest is Guy Berryman, musician, songwriter, car collector, watch enthusiast and the bassist of British rock band Coldplay. In this episode, he takes us back to the moment that changed the course of his career - the night Coldplay set the stage alight at the Glastonbury Festival. Listen to the moment that became the turning point for one of the most popular British bands ever. Your host is Teo van den Broeke, Style Director at GQ. See you on The Edge.
Jamie Anderson has been playing professionally for over 25 years, and is the founder of the online saxophone website, getyoursaxtogether.com. He has performed at venues like The Blue Note Tokyo, Glastonbury Festival and Munich's Olympic Stadium with artists such as The Four Tops, Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons, The Temptations, Joan Armatrading,Chaka Khan, the […]
First off, I'm sending condolences and all the love to Taylor's family, friends, and bandmates. This interview/hangout with Taylor Hawkins and Stryker took place in 2017 at Studio 606 in Northridge, CA. Taylor and Stryker talk about moving from Laguna Beach to the Valley, Taylor tells Stryker about moving to Venice Beach at 18 to be close to Janes Addiction and the music scene. The guys chat about Taylor's love of Mountain Biking. Taylor tells Stryker about his first paid gig! From Sass Jordan to in 1994 to Alanis! Taylor and Stryker discuss luck and Taylor telling Stryker about being at the right place at the right time. Taylor tells Stryker about wanting to start bands in high school that sounded like Janes Addiction. He and Stryker talk about the band Sylvia. Taylor also believes that there is another Kurt Cobain or Jimi Hendrix out there! He also believes Kendrick Lamar is a superstar!! Stryker mentions that it's Taylors 25th anniversary in the Foo Fighters (2017) Taylor Hawkins discusses the pressures...or lack there of early on in the band and how Dave Grohl believes in the notion of a band. Taylor says the Foo Fighters were picked more based on personality than musical chops and how Taylor has learned from Dave while in the band. When it comes to the song "The Sky is a Neighborhood", Taylor says that it's their "Black Hole Sun". The guys talk about the making of Concrete and Gold and working with Greg Kurstin. Stryker mentions his love of the song "Range Rover Bitch" and Taylor tells a story about Liam Gallagher coming up to him at Glastonbury Festival and telling Taylor how much he loves the song! I'm beyond grateful to have met Taylor professionally. Taylor Hawkins created memories for millions of people that we will never forget.
Episode 116. Desree opens up about her evolution as a writer, memorable performances, and doing the work for her community. Desree is a spoken word artist, writer and facilitator based in London and Slough. She is currently an Artist in Residence for the poetry collective EMPOWORD, and an Ambassador for MQ; Mental Health Research Charity, Desree explores intersectionality, justice and social commentary. Desree was shortlisted for both the performance and film category in 2020 and recipient of the 2019's Highly Commended Out-Spoken Performance Prize. Also the finalist in 2018's Hammer & Tongue final and TEDx speaker, Desree has featured at events around the UK and internationally, including Glastonbury Festival 2019, Bowery Poetry Club New York, Royal Albert Hall and Sofar Sounds. A producer for a series of live events called WORD UP! based in the borough of Brent, and Word of Mouth London, a video team who integrate live performances with online videos to collective stories of UK culture; Desree curates both live events and visual media, booking acts from around the world. Also, a spoken word educator and facilitator, Desree uses her art to engage with young people and adults in schools, youth groups, offices and organisations – anywhere people have a story. https://www.iamdesree.co.uk/
On this week's Tune-Up, Benny and Deny react to the Glastonbury Festival lineup reveal and Jack Harlow being cast in the White Men Can't Jump reboot. The guys also react to Brittney Griner being detained in Russia and a blockbuster week in the NFL. All that plus This Day in Music History and the return on NBA Headliners and Openers on the 123rd edition of the Tune-Up.