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Best podcasts about mimi parker

Latest podcast episodes about mimi parker

Sound Opinions
Low Live on Sound Opinions, RIP Loretta Lynn & Anton Fier

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 51:18


Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot revisit Low's 2011 session on Sound Opinions in honor of singer and drummer Mimi Parker, who died in November. The hosts also pay tribute to Loretta Lynn and drummer Anton Fier, who also died in 2022. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Low, "More," Hey What, Sub Pop, 2021Low, "Try to Sleep (Live on Sound Opinions)," C'mon, Sub Pop, 2011Robert Plant, "Monkey," Band of Joy, Decca, Rounder, 2010Led Zeppelin, "Black Dog," Led Zeppelin IV, Atlantic, 1971Low, "You See Everything (Live on Sound Opinions)," C'mon, Sub Pop, 2011Low, "Long Way Around the Sea," Christmas, Kranky, 1999Low, "Witches (Live on Sound Opinions)," C'mon, Sub Pop, 2011Low, "California," The Great Destroyer, Rough Trade, 2005Loretta Lynn, "Story of My Life," Van Lear Rose, Interscope, 2004Loretta Lynn, "The Pill," Back to the Country, MCA, 1975The Feelies, "Raised Eyebrows," Crazy Rhythms, Stiff America, 1980The Golden Palominos, "Clustering Train (feat. Michael Stipe)," Visions of Excess, Celluloid, 1985Taylor Swift, "Anti-Hero," Midnights, Republic, 2022

A Strangely Isolated Place
ASIP - Reflection on 2022

A Strangely Isolated Place

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022


As with all past ‘Reflection' year-end mixes, I start with a collection of music I have enjoyed over the past year. Through the process of compiling a mix, songs are whittled down and selected from this collection. This means many of my favorite tracks and albums are often omitted in this process, due to the need for them to fit in a mix that comes together as organically as possible. As I say every year, this isn't a definitive ‘best-of' list, but a selection of just *some* of my favorite music from the year in one easily listenable format. It's the most enjoyable way for me to boil down the music I've loved from the year using these self-imposed restrictions, for you to then enjoy and hopefully discover more. I encourage you to use the mix to jump off and explore each artist, listen to the album in full and see what else is on the label (and check the Buy Music Club list at the bottom). Of course, releases or aliases that are a part of our own label/s are not considered for this mix (head over here for our label-specific 2022 showcase!), and if you want to see the majority of what I've been supporting, head over to my Bandcamp collection.~Mixes paint a memory, and in many ways better than a photo. That's half the reason I do these year-end mixes. Listening back to some of the past ten ‘Reflection on' editions, each one still does the job of invoking specific memories for me. From the time I made the mix or tracks that trigger a time and place, maybe a gig I went to, an album that soundtracked a special moment, or just a record that didn't leave my turntable. All of these things influence what tracks go into my year-end mix. It makes it challenging to try and capture, but also rewarding when I come out of the other side with something to listen back to that really shaped my year in listening. Despite this feature taking many, many hours, it's much easier than doing a list, because not only do I dislike ranking music, but I really enjoy putting together mixes (so any excuse really!).I haven't written in-depth track notes for the past few Reflection mixes, mostly due to the sheer high number of track inclusions, but I want to go into depth on the inclusions this time around. I miss writing about music here, and it's been a few years now since I've even posted a review. So hit play below, keep scrolling for the track notes, and link to a BuyMusicClub list to support all the featured music. astrangelyisolatedplace · ASIP - Reflection on 2022 Listen on Soundcloud, or the ASIP Podcast.Download MP3~Firstly, let's sweep it under the rug; I've broken the biggest rule of the mix and included a track that wasn't from 2022 (in fact, a couple aren't strictly, but more on that later). The first track (and album), by maarja nut and ruum was such a lovely discovery for me this year that I missed in 2018, it accidentally slipped into my 2022 playlist due to being on high rotation. Of course, it was the very first track in the mix that set the tone- a hard one to undo when you've completed the set. So, because I have no one to answer to but myself, it stays! And I doubt you will regret this decision either if this album is new to you. Malibu made an appearance in 2020's mix, and she's perhaps a good reason for igniting a stronghold in female vocal led-ambient music recently. But few attempts are as ethereal as Malibu's latest, going full-on Salt Tank (as a fellow Trance lover nicely put it once).Ecovillage have made some gorgeous music over the years, and their latest album was a work of collaborations with some impressive producers such as Fennesz and harpist Nailah Hunter. My favorite track of the bunch was Memories of Spring featuring Japanese vibraphone player Masayoshi Fujita (the Erased Tapes stalwart). Raum, a collaborative project by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Liz Harris (Grouper) released a long-awaited follow-up to their 2013 album, and it didn't disappoint. Whilst used more as a texture/segue in this mix, I encourage you to explore the full album. And, in a nod to Liz Harris' involvement in the artwork for one of our releases this year, it felt fitting to include her project in this mix (thanks Liz!).I've admired GiGi FM's DJ'ing abilities for a few years now (check out her isolatedmix) but only last year did she debut her production chops with Kiwi Synthesis Diary 21k. I didn't get around to listening to the album until this year (along with her latest, Magnetite EP) and so it didn't make last year's mix which was already out in the world. So here's another little cheat, albeit a very short inclusion. You can't say "In Every Dream Home A Heartache” without reading it like the Roxy Music intro, and Romance and Dean Hurley's similarly named album is just as memorable for me in many ways. Whilst this track is not my favorite from the album, it reminds me of the church bells and distant music playing from across the farm fields in my hometown back in England.Fallen, aka Lorenzo Bracaloni seems to have released quite a few albums this year, but I was introduced to Moonlight Romance by Noah M (who creates many of our own artworks and was behind the art for this one). It's like a new-new-age album, full of life and color, and a really pleasant listen from front to back.One thing I find hard with this annual mix is whether to include tracks that have appeared in some other mixes of mine this year. Ultimately, I want to try and present new listening experiences with each mix, but then again, I am sure it's very few of you who actually listen to all of them!… . Steve Roach's What Remains appeared in a previous mix of mine this year, but this track is him at his very best. Refined, patient, bellowing, and glistening - a master of the style.Pretty sure nthng has appeared in the last two Reflection mixes, but what can I say… whether he is releasing pounding atmospheric techno or soaring trance-inducing textures like this one, he somehow manages to draw me in with each of his releases. (I think, secretly, he's a trance head and there's a subconscious/ telepathic attraction going on between us).At this point I got lost in the bellows of the last few tracks, so decided to find a way out of this musical chapter, and IKSRE provided a nice euphoric bridge with her vocals. Released on the ‘Healing Together' compilation curated by Cynthia Bernard / Marine Eyes, plenty of tracks from this comp could've made it onto this mix, so you know what to do after...There was no doubt I was going to try and include a Norm Chambers track in here somewhere, both due to his unfortunate passing this year and his undeniable contribution to the ambient and experimental community. I seeked out a jolt in the mix at this point, so his music didn't go unnoticed. As someone I follow recently said, you could make five mixes from his library of music and each one would sound different. Thank you for the music Norm - RIP.Chicago artists Purelink seems to be at the front of this new 'jungle/beat infused choppy ambience™, that I've seen becoming quite popular lately (how old do I sound). And one member of this trio features a bit later under a different alias. There is lots to explore in this world - whether it be following each of the member artists, their labels, or some of their own self-released music on Bandcamp. This track fits my dreamy chill-out world perfectly and was a much-needed segue into a more beat-driven chapter of the mix. Spoiler alert, Mikkel Rev will be making an appearance in the ASIP fam in 2023, so until he does, he's OK to be included in this mix (!) As part of the Ute Collective hailing from Norway, it's another rabbit hole of amazing young talent should you be into the more trance-infused sound of ambient music (or indeed, full-on trance music - plenty of that there). He makes some superb atmospheric chugging downtempo that ranges from the delicate to the beat-driven.Whenever a new Biosphere album drops, it's met with slight trepidation on my end. Not least because his albums take forever to reach the US on vinyl, but, how do you live up to the classics you created that helped define a genre? But that feeling is always short-lived and none so short as 2022's effort. In what is a direct throwback to some of his earlier electronic styles, Shortwave Memories is one of his best in the past 10 years - at least. The N-Plants vibe in this particular track is the show-stopper. ReKaB was a new discovery for me this year, and the Móatún 7 label that homes this release, is a goldmine for electro-leaning music (even featuring a Yagya 10” recently). I think I played this ReKaB album front to back more than five times in the car one day. It's such an enjoyable listen - not too pretentious, just enough old-school vibe, and energy to keep things present as opposed to wallpaper. OK, a couple more records were not strictly new in 2022 but I've always debated including reissues in this mix, and finally come around to the idea given the proliferation recently. After all, there was never a Reflection on 1993 was there?! Spacetime Continuum and the always-on-point Musique Por La Danse label provide the 90's throwback. (The similar-era Detroit Escalator reissue would have also made it in here, but I had to stop somewhere). Daniel Avery's album is a monolith. Throwbacks to Aphex on a SAW tip, mixed in with wall-shuddering bass and cave-mentality breakdowns. Any electronic fan that spent time in a dimly lit rave is going to enjoy his latest, just as much as the IDM/Electronica fan in all of us. I'm not sure if the track in the mix is my fave of the album yet, but the bigger tracks on the album would have sent this mix into a whole new dimension. Seeing James Devane pop up this year was weird. Back in my blog days (they still exist today but this specific instance was 13 years ago), I uploaded a cover of Aphex Twin's Rhubarb by James Devane to Soundcloud to host on the blog (remember those days) - it has 26k plays and the majority of us I'm sure really had no idea who he was until this year. With just one prior release on Discogs, I thought he dropped off radar. I guess he kind of did. This album was therefore a surprise to see, and its Gas-like fringed-techno a pleasant reintroduction. Prior to Covid, I was due to DJ at an Astral Industries gig in London, and Transcendence Orchestra was on the bill for the second night I was there (when I'd get to relax and enjoy the full night!) It didn't happen, unfortunately, but I always keep an ear out for their output and regret not being able to see them live. Back to the mix though, I didn't go too hard on the modular synth-heavy tracks this year, but as with all Reflection mixes, I try and cover the variety of music I've been listening to. Whilst the full Transcendence Orchestra album ‘Dreams, Waking Thoughts and Incidents' is a dark trance-inducing affair that might have felt like a rabbit hole at this point in the mix, this track formed a nice segue into the next with a similar sound…This was the year Abul Mogard no longer hid behind his “old man steel factory worker” story and came out of the shadows on Houndstooth alongside COH (Gone is my idea for an “I AM THEREFORE I AM (ABUL MOGARD)” t-shirt). I've always wondered what Abul Mogard's (real name Guido Zen) music would sound like if you added some fizz and more obvious structure, and this track can still be found bouncing around in my head somewhere. Another track not ‘new' in 2022, but once again, there are no rules when you're documenting someone so profound. And to lose Low's Mimi Parker was a shock to everyone this year. I was late to the Low party given how long they have been around, but Mimi's vocals on this track from one of their most recent albums (Double Negative) are purely angelic. I took liberties with the layering in the mix here, respectfully, so I hope it pays off in the listen as a moment of true reflection. It's not often you get treated to some of this early 90's music for the very first time, but stumbling across Bowery Electric is like finding a long-lost favorite. Originally released in 1996, this is an example of why Kranky is so legendary all those years later, playing host to gems like this. Nosaj Thing isn't normally the type of music that stays in my periphery, but my colleagues were sharing the news of this new album, existing on the fringes of hip-hop and electronica, and when Julianna Barwick is involved, I tend to put it at the top of the pile. Whilst the beat closely reminded me of Massive Attack's Teardrop, there's no hiding the track's beauty in totality. Add to this, I took a friend to see Nosaj Thing at The Greek Theater in LA, and we drank way too many Caipirinha's before stumbling up the hill to the venue and missed Nosaj playing altogether… We did catch Toro Y Moi after though, so it's a perfect memory captured for 2022. I'm glad Synkro returned with music this year, and it's an amazing little EP on R&S to boot. Maybe even more atmospheric than his previous work, the beats are a little more smudged across this EP, but everything he touches has a considered, unique touch that can be heard strongly throughout his work and within collaborations (such as Kiyoko). There's a substantial amount of music to discover from Neglect on Bandcamp, someone I've admired from afar for a while now. This track, taken from his latest album is amongst a beautiful bunch of nostalgic electronica that cries quality. It's always hard to single out an Astral Industries release. The consistency of releases are faultless, so my shortlist this year with AI releases to include, was, well… not very short. Mystic AM, however, is the first release by Astral label boss Ario, alongside none other than Rod Modell, so it quickly became top of the pile by reason of a special moment in 2022, not least because of the beauty found in its original Iranian field recordings. Perhaps one of the most extensive releases of the year comes from the always intriguing Stroom label, and Voice Actor. 109 pieces of music and a surprising quality found throughout. It's more collage than music when listened to as one, but you'll find some lovely moments hidden amongst the 8(?) hours. “Will it be available on vinyl” I hear you jest? I've seen this popping up in lots of EOY lists already too. There's talk within my small circles that Music For Animals is Nils Frahm's best album yet. I'm not sticking by that just yet, as Spaces is probably in my top 10 of all time so far, but it certainly represents a stunning (d)evolution? Not a piano in sight you say? I immediately disbelieved it. But alas. It's like Nils kept getting put into Ambient playlists on Spotify and was like "OK, I'll give you what you really want…”.I'm not quite sure how I stumbled across Ben Bondy. I think a friend might've recommended an album of his (Hadi, was that you?!) but It was enough for me to stalk his many Bandcamp releases and find some lovey instances. This track reminds me of a classic chill-out room track in its swirling laid-back mystery and vocal. I wouldn't have come across the All India Radio track if it wasn't for the great compilation it was presented on this year by Mystic and Quantum (a label responsible for some lovely releases over the years). New to me, it looks like they have quite the discography I'm yet to dig into, but this was a lovely moment that flowed nicely after the previous. Time to do some digging.Concave Reflection (see Purelink reference above) is another artist in the fringes of my frequent listens but one I'm fully dipping my toes in right now. The full-length album 'The Best People Are Like Water' is a really interesting listen - kind of metallic, chopped-up ambiance that the Spheric label are becoming known for (and seems to be all the hype right now). Whilst the next track was originally from an album released a few years back, you've probably learned by now I'm bending the rules a little. However, this version of Hania Rani's track Leaving, is a live recording released in 2022. After watching her live performance on KEXP, (shout to Alex Ruder!) I was truly mind-blown at her talent. It's easy to make comparisons to Nils of course, but Hania has that vocal element which adds a whole new dimension. If I had to be pushed, my favorite non-ambient album this year might have come from Mike Paradinas / µ-Ziq. Magic Pony Ride is just pure fun. And you need that in your listening repertoire nowadays, right? The bank of melodies and creativity this guy has amassed over the years must be unbelievable. To think, only some of it makes itself out into the world as a record. He followed this album up with another similar stunner too - spoiled!I've already given Wardown his superlatives for the year in his isolatedmix feature, but in summary, Wardown II followed up his nostalgic DnB/Jungle debut under this alias in style. Will there be a third that can keep the standard this high??I could've launched into a complete Jungle/DnB hour at this point, but being 2hrs in, I really had to start winding this beast down and get all the end-of-the-night feels going. Bot1500's latest EP stepped in nicely here - a lovely collection of melodic IDM and the track Chartreuse 8 felt rather emotional. Royksopp really don't do things by halves, and whether the entirety of their music is enjoyed or not when it crosses into the Pop realm, they still manage to conjure up some magic moments. I wanted to try and include a track out of the 3(!) albums they released this year but really couldn't find one that fit outside of this weird sample here. It worked on a few levels for me here though, “Press R to continue” …Rose Riebl…With three compilations curated by Headphone Commute, the quality found amongst the ‘For Ukraine' comps should go down as monumental and unmissable. I knew I had to get a track in this mix from the many on display, and this one felt like a perfect near-conclusion to the mix. Don't miss out on supporting a great cause and listening to some of the best artists creating modern classical music right now. The final track of the mix comes from EXM. While I normally try and end these mixes with a closer that is potentially surprising or off-genre (maybe a glance at other weird music I listen to) this one just somehow felt right. Uplifting and melodic, you can't help but mirror its gradual progression with your volume-up button. ~The art for this mix might feel a little unflattering at first, but I wanted to capture the mass AI hysteria as part of this year's memory and mix. So, fittingly, this is what I got back with the creative input of ‘A Strangely Isolated Place'. Why so literal, bot?Tracklist + Buy Music Club:01. maarja nuut & ruum - Mahe (Fat Cat Records)02. Malibu - Iliad (UNO NYC)03. Ecovillage - Memories of Spring feat. Masayoshi Fujita (LAAPS)04. Raum - Daughter (Self)05. GiGi FM - Rosé (Louise) (Self)06. Romance & Dean Hurley - The Flesh Is Weak (Ecstatic)07. Fallen - Under A Glass Moon Of Wonder (Aural Canyon)08. Steve Roach - What Remains (Self)09. nthng - Some Clouds Are Destined To Break (Transatlantic)10. IKSRE - You Will Find (PITP)11. Norm Chambers - Resonant Foam (Self)12. Purelink - Butterfly Jam (uWu Dust Bath)13. Mikkel Rev - Ende (Translusid)14. Biosphere - Night Shift (Biophon Records)15. ReKaB - The Lightest Touch (Móatún 7)16. Spacetime Continuum - Drift (Musique Pour La Danse)17. Daniel Avery - Lone Swordsman (Mute)18. James Devane - Orange and Tan (Umeboshi)19. Transcendence Orchestra - The Hills Are Alive (Old Technology)20. COH meets Abul Mogard - Traverse Within (Houndstooth)21. Low - Fly (Subpop)22. Bowery Electric - Postscript (Kranky)23. Nosaj Thing feat. Julianna Barwick - Blue Hour (Lucky Me)24. Synkro - Last Breath (R&S Records)25. Neglect - In The Bondage of Your Identity (Unsilent Desert Press)26. Mystic AM - This Spoke Zarathustra (Astral Industries)27. Voice Actor - Hurt With Me (STROOM)28. Nils Frahm - Right Right Right (Leiter)29. Ben Bondy - Spring (Self)30. All India Radio - Ancient Invocations (Mystic & Quantum)31. Concave Reflection -Daylight Portrait (Theory Therapy)32. Hania Rani - Leaving (Live from Studio S2) (Gondwana)33. µ-Ziq - Turquoise Hyperfizz (Planet Mu)34. Wardown - Stimulus Progression Pattern (Blu Mar Ten)35. Bot1500 - Chartreuse 8 (Lith Dolina)36. Royksopp - Press (Self)37. Rose Riebl - Near Dark (Headphone Commute)38. EXM - Autumn is Coming (Dyadik) ~Buy Music Club list >>

Rockhistorier
En krans for de døde 2022

Rockhistorier

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 137:44


I årets sidste episode, skal 'Rockhistorier' traditionen tro hylde dem, vi desværre har mistet i løbet af året. Vi kommer igennem genrer der strækker sig fra jazz til rock til pop, og det er desværre både de unge og de gamle, der skal mindes. Playliste:Loretta Lynn (90 år): "Coal Miner's Daughter" (1971) Jerry Lee Lewis (87) "Great Balls of Fire" (1957) Povl Dissing (84). Dissing, Von Daler & Søgård: "Hør nu tuder blæsten" (1994) Pharoah Sanders (81): "Astral Traveling" (1971) Flemming Oluf Quist Møller (79). Bazaar: "Byggeren" (1980) Christine McVie (79). Fleetwood Mac: "Songbird" (1977)Vangelis (79): "Main Titles - Blade Runner" (1982) Ronnie Spector (78). Ronnie Spector and the E Street Band: "Say Goodbye to Hollywood" (1977) Betty Davis (78): "They Say I'm Different" (1974) Gal Costa (77): "Baby" (1969) Wilko Johnson (75). Dr. Feelgood: "Roxette (1974) Meatloaf (74): "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)" (1977)Donald "Tabby" Shaw (66) + Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson (71). The Mighty Diamonds: "Right Time" (1976) Elisabeth Gjerluff Nielsen (65): "Glødende oktober" (2004) Keith Levene (65). Public Image Ltd.: "Public Image" (1978) Julee Cruise (65) + Angelo Badalamenti (85): "Floating" (1989) Chris Bailey (65). The Saints: "Know Your Product" (1978) Mark Lanegan (57): "One Hundred Days" (2004) Mimi Parker (54). Low: "Especially Me" (2011) Hugo Helmig (24): "Champagne Problems" (2020)

Expresso - PBX
Adeus, Mimi Parker, dos Low, a banda que tocava baixinho quando todas as outras bandas gritavam

Expresso - PBX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 18:45


Existem poucas bandas que despertam tanto consenso como os Low, a banda de Duluth, Minnesota, que encena emoções à flor da pele num quase silêncio: melodias simples, harmonias vocais cheias e a bateria de Mimi Parker, uma tarola e um prato apenas, como se estivesse incompleta, tal como nós ficamos agora após a sua partida, vítima de cancro. 13 discos em conjunto e três décadas depois: haverá Low depois de Mimi Parker? Recordamos os álbuns “Double Negative”, de 2018 e “I Could Live in Hope”, o primeiro disco, de 1994.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Eldorado
Errance #166 : de Low à Joy Division

Eldorado

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 66:20


Mimi Parker, du groupe Low, photographiée par Joe Cunningham LOW. LONG WAY AROUND THE SEA – 4:35Christmas, Chairkickers' Music, 1999 LOW. I STARTED A JOKE – 4:25A Lifetime Of Temporary Relief – 10 Years Of B-Sides & Rarities, Chairkickers' Music, 2004 SHANNON WRIGHT. FAMILIAR SETTINGS – 2:50Perishable Goods, Quatersticks records, 2001 BARBARA MANNING. LOVER'S LEAP […] Cet article Errance #166 : de Low à Joy Division est apparu en premier sur Eldorado.

Palmarès CHOQ
Palmarès de fin d'année 2022!

Palmarès CHOQ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


Pour ce dernier Palmarès de la saison, CHOQ accueille Thaïs, Calamine, Kirouac et Raphaëlle des Shirley pour parler des meilleurs albums de l'année, tels que choisis par la station. Le directeur de programmation Paul Charpentier est également de la partie, alors que la directrice musicale Estelle Grignon occupe, comme à son habitude, le poste d'animatrice et régisseuse. L'émission est dédiée à la mémoire de Mimi Parker. Batteuse et chanteuse du duo Low, dont l'album Hey What a été nommé meilleur anglophone à CHOQ en 2021, Mimi s'est éteinte des suites d'un cancer plus tôt cette année.

Expresso - PBX
Manuel António Pina, o poeta que aceitou todas as influências

Expresso - PBX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 13:53


Uma questão importantíssima na obra do poeta Manuel António Pina, que morreu há dez anos, é “a ideia que nós [os escritores] chegámos tarde às coisas”, reflete Pedro Mexia. O poeta, que recebeu o prémio Camões em 2011, irá ser recordado ao longo do próximo ano na Feira do Livro do Porto por João Gesta. Recordamos também outras poesias: Mimi Parker dos Low, falecida a 5 de novembro, vai ser homenageada ao longo do mês de dezembro aqui no PBX.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Love Is Noise - Der Indie-Rock Podcast
Folge 11: November-Releases mit Smashing Pumpkins, Phoenix, Weyes Blood, uvm. + Einmal gecancelt, immer gecancelt!? - Wie umgehen mit problematischen Musikern?

Love Is Noise - Der Indie-Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 81:16


Die Songs zur Folge findet ihr hier oder hier: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4QtVy2XBdYwThxMMXniJqx?si=13409d81a367452b Diesmal besprechen wir: - Beefs des Monats: Paul Weller v. Robert Smith, Tom Meighan v. Kasabian - neue Singles von Noel Gallagher, Yo La Tengo, dEUS und Shame - die (mögliche) Rückkehr von boygenius. und The Robocop Kraus - die erstaunlich geschmackvollen Grammy-Nominierungen - Nachrufe auf Mimi Parker und Christof Schreuf - die neuen Alben von Smashing Pumpkins, Weyes Blood und Phoenix - den 25. Geburtstag von Modest Mouse's "The Lonesome Crowded West" - anlässlich der neuen Morrissey-Single den "richtigen" Umgang mit umstrittenen oder gecancelten Musikern Unsere gefeaturete Band Ein Gespenst findet ihr hier , bei Insta oder Facebook Schreibt uns unter: loveisnoisepodcast@gmail.com

Very Good Trip
Low, un concert rêvé (salut à Mimi Parker)

Very Good Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 54:15


durée : 00:54:15 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir, dans Very Good Trip, une parenthèse, une très belle parenthèse, pour dire au revoir à une musicienne qui va beaucoup nous manquer.

Rock In Chaire
Episode #235 - 2022-11-20

Rock In Chaire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 94:16


L'émission où Monsieur Roud rend un long hommage à Mimi Parker, chanteuse de Low décédée il y a peu. Une émission où Monsieur Roud vous parle avec enthousiasme du concert des Arab Strap au Trabendo. Low - Laser beam Low - Sunflower Arab Strap - The turning of our bones Wonderflu - Couscoucous Iggy Pop - Frenzy Michelle et les garçons - Bizarre Gwendoline - Start-up nationale Requin chagrin feat Anaïs Dumoustier - Crush Ottis Coeur - Léon Michel Cloup - En attendant demain Michel Cloup - Brule, brule, brule Charlotte Rampling - Magnifique n'est-ce pas ? Blur - Beetlebum dEUS - Instant street Th Da Freak - Killing bleach Jerry Lee Lewis - What'd i say part 1 and 2 - Live at the Starclub - Hambourg Low - In metal

Will's Band of the Week
11-27-22 -- Big Joanie, EggS, and Smirk

Will's Band of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 69:16


Will and Jason discuss new releases by Big Joanie, EggS and Smirk, plus bonus songs.

CrossFade: The Dueling Album Review Show
11 Songs to Remember Mimi Parker of Low

CrossFade: The Dueling Album Review Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 76:38


We've talked a lot about the Duluth-based indie rock band Low on this show, because Matt knows them well and Jason's never heard them. In the wake of co-founder/drummer/vocalist Mimi Parker's death in early November 2022, we wanted to dedicate an episode to a short retrospective on the group and Mimi's contributions to it. If you know Low, we hope this is a faithful look back at the group's impact. If you're new to the group, we hope you find a lot to love. Also, Matt put together a Spotify playlist of Low's music for our discussion, and you can listen along at this link: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2XvYeoVFqsiKKcQIcSQO66?si=c23db47cf12349f5 We'd love it if you'd rate and review CrossFade on iTunes, ‘cause it means more people can find the show and love it, too! You can find Matt and Jason on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MattHelgeson and https://twitter.com/nintendufus respectively and in the #music channel of the MinnMax Discord server. Our theme song is “The Lights” by Maps Of Norway from their 2008 record, “Die Off Songbird”: https://open.spotify.com/album/7tNrjnRB1f1oQizkkAePrI Support MinnMax on Patreon and get access to tons of great, exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/minnmax/ Listen to the CrossFade Community Playlist, a growing Spotify playlist of our community's favorite music: https://spoti.fi/3aRRgox Timestamps 0:00 - 11 Songs to Remember Mimi Parker of Low 1:53 - Discovering Low and remembering Mimi's work 5:11 - Over The Ocean 12:18 - Shame 16:44 - Just Like Christmas 22:35 - In Metal 27:23 - Laser Beam 32:35 - (That's How You Sing) Amazing Grace 37:52 - Monkey 43:13 - Holy Ghost 47:21 - Especially Me 53:37 - More 58:30 - Community thoughts and questions 1:06:01 - Lullaby

The Parish Counsel
The Parish Counsel - Episode 579

The Parish Counsel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 80:22


Juliet and Terence with: a November quiz; the redemption of Boy George; The Horne Section TV Show; Grammy nominations; and remembering Mimi Parker, Dan McCafferty, and Keith Levene. {Mississippi}

Katharsis / Processed
Katharsis / Processed - Episode November 20, 2022

Katharsis / Processed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


(Kevin) Tribute to Mimi Parker of the band Low, who passed away November 5, 2022 at the age of 55. RIPPlaylist: Low - LazyLow - Below & AboveLow - ShameLow - The PlanLow - VenusLow - Don't UnderstandLow - UntitledLow & Spring Heel Jack - Hand So SmallLow + Dirty Three - When I Called Upon Your SeedLow - SunflowerLow - Laser BeamLow - In MetalLow - TonightLow - La La La SongLow - BelarusHollis M. Sparhawk & Her Father - Thanks 1 2 3 WatchLow - Especially MeLow - NightingaleLow - So BlueLow - Holy GhostAlan Sparhawk - 1:45 How the Weather Comes Over the Central HillsideLow - GentleLow - What Part of MeLow - FlyLow - Always UpLow - DisarrayLow - HeyLow - CodyLow - Will The Night (Demo)

Design Freaks
ZAK SALLY

Design Freaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 62:58


In episode 55, I speak with comic artist and musician Zak Sally (The Hand, Low, Enemymine).NOTE: This episode was recorded the day before founding member of Low, Mimi Parker passed away so our tone is much different than it would be today. The world lost such a special talent/voice/truth/light. Please keep an eye on the Low facebook page for a special piece that Zak wrote for Mim.I'm so thankful that I got to meet with Zak. We covered a lot of ground, including stories behind the Low album covers, Fantagraphics, teaching, and his life and creative trajectory.What is the point of Art?Thank you for listening, friends@zak_sallyhttps://lamano21.bigcartel.com/Follow the show: @_designfreakspodcast_ ~~Designfreakspodcast.comRuinousmedia.com~~Donate to help with recording costs Thank you!~~Theme music: "Jet in Jungle" by Damaged Bug, courtesy of John DwyerAll other music, courtesy of Zak SallySupport the show

Sound Opinions
Nnamdï, Opinions on Alvvays & Makaya McCraven, Plus RIP Mimi Parker from Low

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 50:41


Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with genre-defying artist Nnamdi. They also review new albums by Alvvays and Makaya McCraven and pay tribute to Low's Mimi Parker. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:NNAMDÏ, "I Don't Wanna Be Famous," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022Alvvays, "Pharmacist," Blue Rev, Polyvinyl, 2022Alvvays, "Pomeranian Spinster," Blue Rev, Polyvinyl, 2022Alvvays, "Easy On Your Own?," Blue Rev, Polyvinyl, 2022Alvvays, "Belinda Says," Blue Rev, Polyvinyl, 2022Makaya McCraven, "Dream Another," In These Times, International Anthem/Nonesuch, 2022Makaya McCraven, "This Place That Place," In These Times, International Anthem/Nonesuch, 2022Makaya McCraven, "In These Times," In These Times, International Anthem/Nonesuch, 2022NNAMDÏ, "Touchdown," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022NNAMDÏ, "Dibs," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022NNAMDÏ, "Heartless," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022NNAMDÏ, "You Are Here (For Now)," Krazy Karl, Sooper,NNAMDÏ, "Anti," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022NNAMDÏ, "Careful," Please Have a Seat, Secretly Canadian, 2022Low, "More," Hey What, Sub Pop, 2021Low, "Just Make It Stop," The Invisible Way, Sub Pop, 2013Low, "Long Way Around the Sea," Christmas, Chairkickers Music, 1999

Indiecast
A Tribute To Low's Mimi Parker + The 25th Anniversary Of 'The Lonesome Crowded West,' Plus: Will The Swifties Topple Ticketmaster?

Indiecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 57:34


It's hard to decide which indie album released in 1997 was the best since there are so many great ones to choose from. There's Elliot Smith's Either/Or, Yo La Tengo's I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One, and Built To Spill's Perfect From Now On. But this week on Indiecast, hosts Steven Hyden and Ian Cohen are looking back on 25 years of an album that meant a lot to both of them at the time: Modest Mouse's The Lonesome Crowded West (41:28). They reflect on that era of indie music and decide if Modest Mouse is underrated, overrated, or properly rated at this point.In terms of indie news this week, Indiecast would be remiss if they didn't discuss the Grammy nominations this week (2:51). Plus, Steven and Ian talk about the Taylor Swift/Tickemaster bungle (12:08) and give a thoughtful tribute to Low's Mimi Parker (26:43), who sadly passed away earlier this month.In this week's Recommendation Corner (52:47), Ian gives a shout out to Japanese emo band Injury Tape, whose debut album came out earlier this year. Meanwhile, Steven suggests listeners should check out Guma, whose album A List Of Sightings dropped in February and has been compared to Steely Dan and '70s soft rock.New episodes of Indiecast drop every Friday. Listen to Episode 115 here and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. You can submit questions for Steve and Ian at indiecastmailbag@gmail.com, and make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for all the latest news. We also recently launched a visualizer for our favorite Indiecast moments. Check those out here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sombrero Fallout
SF0120 RIP Mimi Parker (Low) and Keith Levene (PIL)

Sombrero Fallout

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 70:10


A tribute to Mimi Parker of Low and Keith Levene of early PIL and founder member of The Clash.

You Should Check It Out
#171 - Weird Al's Movie & Bob Dylan's Book | Thank you Mimi Parker | “Locate The Lyric”

You Should Check It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 63:36


Jay brings us three things worth checking out this week. “Blockhead” by Ghost Funk Orchestra“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” began as a spoof trailer on Funny or Die that became so popular it was made. The entire movie, which was filmed in less than 3 weeks, stylistically fits Weird Al perfectly as it continuously parodies movie tropes old and new.The Philosophy of Modern Song is a book by Bob Dylan containing 66 chapters of Dylan's musings and reflections on modern song. The audiobook features famous actors and is another experience altogether.Nick wants to celebrate Mimi Parker, who passed earlier in November at the age of 55 from ovarian cancer. Mimi and her husband Alan Sparhawk made quiet music that seemed to be a source of comfort or companionship for those in low places. Outpourings of beautiful stories have followed and Nick shares his own. Songs:Low - “Fly”Low - “Monkey”Finally, it's a brand new game from Greg Loman Productions and it's sure to be hit! In “Locate the Lyric,” contestants are given a sample of a popular song's lyrics and must name the artist &/or song to accrue points. The winner has the most points at the end of the game and it's harder than it sounds (at least for Nick & Jay).Song: Weird Al Yankovic - “Smells Like Nirvana”Episode 171 Page

SHEROES
A SHEROES Tribute to Mimi Parker of Low

SHEROES

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 115:33


Following the heartbreaking loss of Mimi Parker of Low who passed away due to ovarian cancer on November 5th, 2022, SHEROES host Carmel Holt took to social media to gather song requests and remembrances from fans, collaborators, and fellow musicians, reached out to Minnesota radio hosts for guest DJ spots, and spoke to Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, who produced Low's 2013 album The Invisible Way. The result is a moving two-hour communal tribute to Mimi, that includes an encore presentation of her SHEROES interview from January 2022, where she had first revealed her cancer diagnosis to the public. **Special thanks to Low and Sub Pop Records for granting permission to release this radio episode as a podcast, with full songs intact.

Sound Opinions
A Tribute to Low's Mimi Parker

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 13:39


In this bonus episode, Jim and Greg give an expanded obituary for Mimi Parker of Low.Send us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundopsJoin our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU

Veterans of Culture Wars
071: See You at the Polls: Brad Onishi on The Red Wave that Wasn't, January 6th, and the Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism

Veterans of Culture Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 92:23


Co-host of the podcast, Straight White American Jesus, Brad Onishi returns to the VCW hall to talk about his forthcoming book (January 6, 2023) "Preparing for War: The Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism- And What Comes Next". While we are all seeing a rise in Christian Nationalism in our present political moment, Brad traces the history of how we got to this religious and political moment while examining his own roots being raised in southern California. We discuss the Barry Goldwater campaign, the conspiracies of the John Birch Society, Richard Nixon and the merging of conservative Evangelism fully with right-wing populism during the Ronald Reagan presidency. Over the course of this history we begin to see that, in the Trump-era, nothing really has changed that much. At the end, we also share some thoughts on the passing of Mimi Parker of Low, in light of our recent conversation with her husband Alan Sparhawk. Pre-order the book Preparing for War right here: https://www.broadleafbooks.com/store/product/9781506482163/Preparing-for-War Listen to Straight White American Jesus right here: https://straightwhiteamericanjesus.com/ -Check out Zach's music by going to: https://muzach.bandcamp.com -Buy VCW merch: https://www.etsy.com/shop/VCWHall Twitter: Twitter: @vcwpod Zach- @muzach Dave- @Davejlester Podcast music by Zach Malm Logo by Zach Malm

KEXP's Sound & Vision
Remembering Mimi Parker

KEXP's Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 26:02


On November 5th, we learned the sad news that Mimi Parker of the band Low had passed away from ovarian cancer. Mimi was only 55, but had done so much in her life as a mother, as a musician, and as a human. She was married to her bandmate, Alan Sparhawk, and they made thirteen albums together from 1994 to 2021 as the band Low. Rachel Stevens talks with KEXP Digital Content Producer Janice Headley and DJ Kevin Cole about Mimi's voice and her profound impact on the music world.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages: Holly Gleason on women in country + Guy Clark + Taylor Swift

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 69:47


In this episode we welcome the splendid Holly Gleason, all the way from downtown Nashville, and invite her to tell us about her life as a country music writer and publicist.Holly explains how, as a teenage championship golfer, she first became enamoured of country in her native state of Ohio, later writing about it (as well as about rap and R&B) for the Miami Herald. Tying in the episode's main theme with Woman Walk the Line – the wonderful essay collection she assembled and edited in 2017 – Holly's hosts ask her about her favourite female artists from Emmylou Harris to Taylor Swift. Along the way she gives us the inside lowdown on "Music City" – having just attended 2022's CMA Awards – and talks fascinatingly about Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus.The week's new audio interview, with the late great Guy Clark, gives us a chance to discuss that unpigeonholeable singer-songwriter, his complicated friendship with Townes Van Zandt, and his influence on disciples such as Steve Earle and Rodney Crowell. Two clips from John Tobler's 1986 interview with Guy prompt tearful memories of Holly's friendship with the Texan troubadour.After we've said our own sad goodbyes to Melody Maker mainstay Colin Irwin, Low's Mimi Parker and Nazareth frontman Dan McCafferty, Mark and Jasper talk us out with their favourite new additions to the RBP library including interviews with Patti Smith and Little Simz.Many thanks to special guest Holly Gleason; visit her website at hollygleason.com and find Woman Walk the Line at all good bookshops.Pieces discussed: Women in country, Taylor Swift, Holly Gleason in conversation with John Prine, Guy Clark audio, Guy Clark: Randall Knives, Desperados & Homegrown Tomatoes, Colin Irwin articles, Low, Nazareth, Patti Smith, Bobbie Gentry and Little Simz.

PEOPLE ARE THE ENEMY
PEOPLE ARE THE ENEMY - Episode 254

PEOPLE ARE THE ENEMY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 29:35


Andy eulogizes Mimi Parker, plays a clip of Pauly Shore interviewing a 4yo Bruno Mars, goes to CVS at 3AM, and discusses Drake & 21 Savage. On Rachel's Chart Chat, Rachel from Des Moines finds gems in charts from 1973 and 1982. You can find a playlist for Rachel's Chart Chat here. Follow Rachel on Last.fm here.

Viatge Electrònic
Viatge Electrònic Cap.93

Viatge Electrònic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 59:50


En aquest nou capítol la Eva Manuel i les Dones Electròniques ha volgut retre un homenatge a Mimi Parker, cantant i bateria de Low. L'Isma Palacios ha continuat amb el seu monogràfic sobre el hip-hop, per parlar-nos de UGK. Seguidament en Tura i els seu Temazos, que avui ens ha punxat a HVOB. Finalment hem tingut una vinilada més extensa on Monkey, Babar i Dosha ens han presentat les ultimes novetats en vinil.

Jams and Tea
The Metalcore Band That Covered Björk (plus: Devin Townsend Blends Every Sound into Lightwork) | Jams & Tea #114

Jams and Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 96:10


On this week's low-key main episode, we pay tribute to the eternally talented Mimi Parker, one half of slowcore legends Low, who tragically passed away one week ago. We also discuss Jake's head-on dive into every Motorhead album, the exciting fusion of sounds on Devin Townsend's ambitious new Lightwork, the new hardcore Vein.fm side project Fleshwater's bracing Deftones-inspired debut We're Not Here to Be Loved, and much more! Watch the video version of this episode to support the channel on YouTube. TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 2:33 Get Low - A Tribute to Mimi Parker 13:15 Jake Listened to Every Motorhead Album 22:58 Jake's MBV Hot Take 26:19 What's The Best Shoegaze Debut? 30:20 Jake's Rec of the Week: Mid-Air Thief 34:00 Ryley's HirasawARC 39:19 New Albums from Sobs & Phoenix 45:55 Fleshwater - We're Not Here to Be Loved 1:05:47 Devin Townsend - Lightwork 1:35:16 Outro

Rock's Backpages
E140: Holly Gleason on Women in Country + Guy Clark + Taylor Swift

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 69:47


In this episode we welcome the splendid Holly Gleason, all the way from downtown Nashville, and invite her to tell us about her life as a country music writer and publicist.Holly explains how, as a teenage championship golfer, she first became enamoured of country in her native state of Ohio, later writing about it (as well as about rap and R&B) for the Miami Herald. Tying in the episode's main theme with Woman Walk the Line – the wonderful essay collection she assembled and edited in 2017 – Holly's hosts ask her about her favourite female artists from Emmylou Harris to Taylor Swift. Along the way she gives us the inside lowdown on "Music City" – having just attended 2022's CMA Awards – and talks fascinatingly about Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus.The week's new audio interview, with the late great Guy Clark, gives us a chance to discuss that unpigeonholeable singer-songwriter, his complicated friendship with Townes Van Zandt, and his influence on disciples such as Steve Earle and Rodney Crowell. Two clips from John Tobler's 1986 interview with Guy prompt tearful memories of Holly's friendship with the Texan troubadour.After we've said our own sad goodbyes to Melody Maker mainstay Colin Irwin, Low's Mimi Parker and Nazareth frontman Dan McCafferty, Mark and Jasper talk us out with their favourite new additions to the RBP library including interviews with Patti Smith and Little Simz.Many thanks to special guest Holly Gleason; visit her website at hollygleason.com and find Woman Walk the Line at all good bookshops.Pieces discussed: Women in country, Taylor Swift, Holly Gleason in conversation with John Prine, Guy Clark audio, Guy Clark: Randall Knives, Desperados & Homegrown Tomatoes, Colin Irwin articles, Low, Nazareth, Patti Smith, Bobbie Gentry and Little Simz.

I Already Told You That
I Don't Wanna Go Straight I'd Rather Curve!

I Already Told You That

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 79:01


Back with another episode of influential music! This week the UK band Curve! This early 90's duo gave Melissa what she was looking for in noisey, melodic beat driven songs. She brings Bryan into her world and plays us the best from their early EPs into their first two LPs. Come along for a somewhat silly ride through some rediculously good layered sound cake.   I Already Told You That - Curve mix - YouTube Music Please also listen to the excellent interview with Mimi Parker of Low on The Sheroes Radio Show

FRIDAY.
FRIDAY. #46

FRIDAY.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 27:06


Un tributo a Mimi Parker dei Low. I dischi della settimana sono quelli di Christine and the Queens, Gold Panda e Duval Timothy. Nuovi singoli per dEUS, Fleet Foxes e The Blessed Madonna. Due nuovi videoclip di Parannoul e Jockstrap, Biden contro le spese extra nei biglietti dei concerti e il festival di Snail Mail.

Searching For A Thread
Episode 349: Blankets

Searching For A Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 116:52


Some tracks by Low to honor the passing of Mimi Parker plus lots of cozy, familiar bands from the late 90s / 2000s.

The Colin McEnroe Show
The Nose looks at the Taylor Sheridaniverse: ‘Yellowstone,' ‘1883,' and ‘Mayor of Kingstown'

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 49:00


There's no gentlemen where we are and none where we're going. This week's Nose is worried it's not fair. Taylor Sheridan is an actor and film- and television-maker. You might recognize him from Sons of Anarchy or Veronica Mars. You might have seen some of his movies, like Sicario or Wind River or Hell or High Water. But it's more likely you've seen some of the five TV series he's created. This week's Nose looks at three of them: Yellowstone, the most-watched scripted show on television; the Yellowstone prequel, 1883; and the standalone Mayor of Kingstown, starring Jeremy Renner. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Aaron Carter Has Died At 34 Police were called to his home in Lancaster, California, Saturday. Gallagher, Watermelon-Smashing Comedian, Is Dead at 76 He called himself “The Wizard of Odd” for his outrageous stage act, making him one of the most recognizable comedians of the 1980s. Douglas McGrath, Playwright, Filmmaker and Actor, Is Dead at 64 His one-man Off Broadway show, “Everything's Fine,” directed by John Lithgow, had opened just weeks ago. Mimi Parker, vocalist and drummer of the minimalist rock band Low, has died HBO cancels the sci-fi series ‘Westworld' Stressed Out? Grab a Shovel and Dig a Hole Scientists spend a lot of time unearthing what it all means, but park rangers say fill them in when you're done, please When Was HBO's Best Sunday Night? HBO has owned Sunday for almost 25 years. But when did its Sunday lineup peak? The Ringer investigates. The Polymath Film Composer Known as “the Third Coen Brother” Carter Burwell's spare, haunting scores make audiences uncomfortable. Judd Hirsch, in Medias Res The eighty-seven-year-old actor, who plays Steven Spielberg's great-uncle Boris in “The Fabelmans,” traipses around his old Bronx stomping grounds and recounts stories (Colin Powell! Robert Moses!) without beginnings or endings. A Mets Fan Grows in Italy My young son loves the Mets from afar, but does he understand baseball heartbreak? Rainn Wilson Changes Name to Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Winter Wilson to Highlight Melting Arctic Ahead of the COP27 summit, the star of ‘The Office' has changed his name to bring attention to the climate crisis, “which amplifies global risks, including extreme weather events around the globe.” ‘Airplane!' Director Says Hollywood Is ‘Destroying Comedy': My James Bond Parody Got Dinged for ‘Mild' Breast Reduction Joke Netflix Takes Bold Bet on Theatrical With ‘Knives Out' Sequel — But Don't Expect ‘Glass Onion' Box Office Numbers GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani: Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer Jim Chapdelaine: An Emmy-winning musician and a patient advocate for people with rare cancers Taneisha Duggan: Associate producer at Octopus Theatricals 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! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NO ENCORE
347: TOP 5 GIRL GROUP SONGS (BEST & WORST) / PHOENIX REVIEW

NO ENCORE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 122:27


The dynamic duo of Craig and Zara welcome you into their whirlwind week of giggery, continental trips and girl group delights… and disasters.If you love the show and want to support our weekly endeavours, please consider hitting up Patreon.com/noencore. Every little bit helps! ACT ONE: With Dave doing Berlin, we're free to wax lyrics about our night out with Bob Dylan - and call out Dave Fanning.ACT TWO (13:02): Paying tribute to Low's Mimi Parker and, sadly, more, before Hall of Fame shenanigans and our beloved Bono get us smiling again.ACT THREE (41:00): Running the rule over Phoenix's Alpha Zulu. Spoiler alert: Zara hates Craig's favourite ever song from the Versailles band.ACT FOUR (53:09): Top 5 Best and Worst Girl Group Songs… just as soon as Zara gets her revenge on Craig with an impromptu quiz. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.11.10 Sampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 126:22


As broadcast November 10, 2022 with plenty of admiration for the keys.  Tonight we begin marking the 20th anniversary of Johnny Griffith's passing.  Griffith was the long-time man on the ivory for The Funk Brothers, who were Motown's in-house band, and thus you have the passing of a man whose licks made soul what it was in the golden days.  Lots of new soul to explore in our Sampled funk and soul first half tonight, with tunes from The Winston Brothers, The Allergies, Object Heavy, Avantdale Bowling Club, Allen Stone, and so many other worthies.  Dan Lloyd joins us once again for our AMPED rock ruckus after that, with highlights from Gina Birch, Narrow Head, and David Knudson, and a tribute to the wonderful Mimi Parker, the drummer and vocalist for Low who succumbed to cancer this week and will be most dearly missed.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Marvin Gaye – I Heard It Through The GrapevineThe Winston Brothers – Free RideThe Allergies – Sometimes I WonderTurtlenecks feat Miss Rachelle Jeanty – Break FreeObject Heavy – For The BetterAdi Oasis – Get it Got it Part II (31:25)The Harlem Gospel Travelers – Do You Know The ManAvantdale Bowling Club – Rent 2 HighThe Green with Allen Stone – Coming Home (remix)Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad – Jax Is BusyGhost Funk Orchestra – PrismFela Kuti – Ariya Part III (63:26)Gina Birch – Wish I Was YouWeird Al Yankovic – Now You KnowNOFX – Punk Rock ClichéCreeper – Ghost BrigadeLow – Just Make It Stop Part IV (96:19)Everclear – Year of the TigerNarrow Head – Moments of ClarityDavid Knudson – No Ways No Means (ft. Tim Kasher)Squeeze – Food For ThoughtdEUS – Must Have Been NewABTB – Bully 

Pod Shammgod
Pod Shammgod Ep. 29

Pod Shammgod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 74:10


Amo and Brandon are back to talk about voting, guns, getting lost in the woods, Snoop, Twitter, and some sports. RIP to Takeoff and Mimi Parker from Low.

In Memory Of John Peel Show
Episode 864: In Memoriam: Mimi Parker (Low) IMOJP 20221109

In Memory Of John Peel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 63:33


A special - off-the-cuff show to register the very sad news of Mimi Parker's death after a struggle with cancer at 55 yrs old. With Alan Sparhawk she formed the duo called Low from 1994 until 2021 they have made significant and very deep emotional music. The show itself is raw - with glitches - emotions and mistakes - but what the heck. 

We Heard Wonders - music review podcast from Scotland
Episode Fifty Nine - NEW MUSIC! Heather Trost! A. Wesley Chung! Ghost Funk Orchestra! Andrew Wasylyk! June McDoom!

We Heard Wonders - music review podcast from Scotland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 81:57


We may be hurtling towards End Of Year List Season, but @weheardwonders still comes through with a mighty fine crop of just-released new tunes. Heather Trost's persuasive kosmische leaves us hypnotised; power-pop craftsman A. Wesley Chung serves up Something Old, Something New; Ghost Funk Orchestra's suavely skronking fish-men seem determined to put all the lugubrious lounge lizards of the world out of work; the brilliant-named June McDoom rewards repeated listens, while Andrew Wasylyk's stunning music speaks for itself. We also salute the majestic Mimi Parker, and play out the show with one of the finest moments by one of the UK's most underrated bands. Listen to We Heard Wonders on your podcast platform of choice; like, subscribe and recommend; catch up with previous editions and support the show by buying us a Coffee (link in the show bio). Support the showwww.instagram.com/weheardwonderswww.buymeacoffee.com/weheardwonders

On the Radar
On The Radar #163

On the Radar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:58


NBA News, NFL News, MLB News, WNBA News, NHL News, Coronavirus impact on the sports & entertainment, Fox, NBC, ABC Shows, Million Little Things, Wonder Years, a Farewell to Ray Guy, Leslie Phillips, Peter McNab, Dave Butz, Mimi Parker, Douglas McGrath, Judy Coughlin, Aaron Carter & Nechama Wolf Silver. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/on-the-radar/support

Defend Cleveland Podcast
Episode 237 - "Drink A Lot Of Dim Sum, Some"...?

Defend Cleveland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 239:24


All terrestrial segments were recorded live on November 6th and 7th (Day 309 & 310 of 2022) and all podcast segments were recorded live on November 8th (Day 312 of 2022) Part 1 of 3 of the Podcast only content  Terrestrial: Hour 1 (begins around 0:28:00) Part 2 of 3 of the Podcast only content (begins around 1:27:00) Terrestrial: Hour 2 (begins around 1:48:00) Part 3 of 3 of the Podcast only content – Mollie's Weekly Reports... (begins around 2:49:00) Terrestrial: Hour 3 (begins around 3:09:00) Mollie's Weekly Reports, terrestrial edition! All this and so much more on this episode of the Defend Cleveland Podcast. Enjoy~   This show is and forever will be dedicated to Big Mamma   To contribute to this 100% listener supported show please go to our Patreon page by clicking here.   Thank yous to  91.1-FM WRUW Cleveland for being home to the show, and to the city that inspires us, Cleveland, Ohio.   Your recommended listening this week is the 2021 masterpiece "Hey What" from the band Low - R.I.P. Mimi Parker

Slate Daily Feed
Culture Gabfest: Explain Crypto to Me Like I'm a Golden Retriever

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 64:32


This week, the panel begins by reviewing the Weird Al biopic, Weird. Then, a discussion about the entire run of Derry Girls. Finally, Matt Levine joins to explain crypto.  In Slate Plus, the panel takes on a listener question and talks about comfort food.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Dana: A movie I saw a couple of weeks ago that is one of the best movies I've seen this year. If you can see it will depend on where you are but keep your eyes open for this Hindi-language documentary called All That Breathes.    Julia: I'd like to recommend an Instagram account and that Instagram account is by the name of Hot Dads of Picture Books and it is what it says. It's basically somebody curating pictures of smokeshow dads from picture books. I can't attest to its future longevity but I appreciate its commitment to the bit.    Steve: The wonderful Mimi Parker, drummer and vocalist of the band Low, has died. I really truly love their music so I'm endorsing both Low and their music but also very much the remembrance by Slate's own Sam Adams. Low made this crazy, wonderful, spooky rock and roll music that I adore.    Outro music: "Ruins" by Origo   Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You'll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
Culture Gabfest: Explain Crypto to Me Like I'm a Golden Retriever

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 64:32


This week, the panel begins by reviewing the Weird Al biopic, Weird. Then, a discussion about the entire run of Derry Girls. Finally, Matt Levine joins to explain crypto.  In Slate Plus, the panel takes on a listener question and talks about comfort food.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Dana: A movie I saw a couple of weeks ago that is one of the best movies I've seen this year. If you can see it will depend on where you are but keep your eyes open for this Hindi-language documentary called All That Breathes.    Julia: I'd like to recommend an Instagram account and that Instagram account is by the name of Hot Dads of Picture Books and it is what it says. It's basically somebody curating pictures of smokeshow dads from picture books. I can't attest to its future longevity but I appreciate its commitment to the bit.    Steve: The wonderful Mimi Parker, drummer and vocalist of the band Low, has died. I really truly love their music so I'm endorsing both Low and their music but also very much the remembrance by Slate's own Sam Adams. Low made this crazy, wonderful, spooky rock and roll music that I adore.    Outro music: "Ruins" by Origo   Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You'll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Trap Set with Joe Wong
RIP: Mimi Parker (Low)

The Trap Set with Joe Wong

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 37:26


Mimi Parker--best known as drummer, vocalist, and co-founder of the band Low--passed away on November 5th after a battle with cancer. Here is Joe's conversation with Mimi, originally released in June, 2017.

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast
E136 - Top 5 Sad Songs (with Glenn Donaldson from The Reds, Pinks & Purples!)

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 94:33


We're not crying...YOU'RE crying! We're just cutting leeks or something.   As Sir Elton John once sang, "sad songs say so much." Gee whiz, you hit that particular nail on the head, El. This week, the Lads ruminate on some of the saddest, most somber, depressing - and yet often comforting - songs of the O3L era. These are sad songs that definitely say so much.   Joining us is one of the best songwriters of melancholic indie pop, Glenn Donaldson of The Reds, Pinks & Purples. Since the release of the first full length under the guise in 2019, Glenn has prolifically produced record after record of consistently great, jangly, doleful pop music, including this year's incredible Summer At Land's End. Complete your Reds, Pinks & Purples collection at: https://theredspinksandpurples.bandcamp.com - or ask for it at your local record shop!   Lest you think that we've gone all sullen, this is probably the most fun you'll have listening to middle aged music dudes talking about sad songs!   This episode is dedicated to the memory of Low's Mimi Parker.   #musicpodcasts #musicpodcast #indiepop #janglepop #classicalternative #1stwave #newwave #indierock #grunge #synthpop #sadsongs #ripmimi

Le 8 à 9
Le 8 à 9 - 08 novembre 2022

Le 8 à 9

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 62:13


Actualités Locales : - Les riverains opposés au projet d'unité de méthanisation à Epouville ont rencontré Edouard Philippe- Un nouveau pole santé va ouvrir ses portes Cours de la République au Havre- La Rocket School ouvre son 8ème campus au Havre- Le HAC termine la première partie de saison en tête du classement- Are you Expêriencing recherche ses futurs talents dans le cadre du festival qui se tiendra du 1er au 30 avril 2023On parle aussi de l'exposition Michel Blazy au Portique et le disparition de Mimi Parker du groupe LowBonne écoute !

1km di niente
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1km di niente

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 3:28


Il secondo singolo degli Only Lovers Left Alive, cha parla di cyberspazio, amore e...chissà. Una menzione per Mimi Parker. Mi ricordo ancora di quando vidi i Low a Torino e a momenti mi addormentai; fu comunque una bella serata. Che tu possa portare disagio ovunque andrai. Chiaramente il soggetto della canzone non è lei. Buon ascolto

RPS Presents The Weekly Review
The Daily Review - To Mimi, With Love

RPS Presents The Weekly Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 59:07


Last weekend we lost Mimi Parker, an artist we hold very dearly in our hearts. Mimi was a core member of Low with her husband, Alan Sparhawk. Her role as a restrained drummer and singer solidified the band's legacy early on in their career, along with Sparhawk's creative vision of music played as silently and slowly as possible. On this episode we pay tribute to her by remembering her name and playing songs from other bands that may have influenced Low, and may probably have been influenced by them. Today it is a lot colder in the world.

Minnesota Now
Minnesota Now November 8, 2022

Minnesota Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 55:25


MPR News host Cathy Wurzer kicked off election coverage with reporter Tim Nelson, who talked to voters outside the Kaposia Education Center in South St. Paul. There's a new business for Minnesota meat lovers, the aptly named The Meatery MN. The Mankato-based start-up connects consumers to meat products from small businesses around the state. As the unrest in Ukraine nears the nine-month mark, Minnesotans continue to work to help refugees find places to live abroad.  Music journalist Andrea Swensson remembers Mimi Parker, co-founder of Low, a Duluth rock band. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.   We attempt to make transcripts for Minnesota Now available the next business day after a broadcast. When ready they will appear here. 

Minnesota Now
Minnesota's music community remembers Mimi Parker, co-founder of Duluth-based band Low

Minnesota Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 8:57


Mimi Parker, co-founder of Low, died on Saturday. Music journalist Andrea Swensson, who covered the Duluth-based indie rock band during her time at The Current, joined MPR News host Cathy Wurzer to reflect on Parker's career and life. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.   We attempt to make transcripts for Minnesota Now available the next business day after a broadcast. When ready they will appear here. 

Twelve Songs of Christmas
Low and ”Just Like Christmas”- an Encore Presentation

Twelve Songs of Christmas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:51


In 2020, I interviewed Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker of the indie rock band Low, whose 1999 album Christmas is one of the great indie Christmas albums, and a bold one because rock bands didn't record Christmas music at the time--at least not like that. Maybe they'd contribute a track to a label promo compilation, but they wouldn't tie their financial and artistic futures to such an unlikely project.  Low's music at the time was dubbed "slowcore," and while it wasn't necessarily slow, they did stake out a very individual musical space that was driven by introspection and meditation more than energy.  When I interviewed Alan and Mimi, they were sitting at a table at home in Duluth, Minnesota, and even though we were on opposite ends of a Zoom call, the coziness of their space and the conversation gave the conversation a vibe I'll remember.  I'm re-posting this interview because on the weekend, Mimi Parker died of ovarian cancer. People have been sharing photos and memories of Mimi on social media, so I wanted to add our conversation to the demonstrations of love for her, the band and the way they moved through the world. 

This Is Your Afterlife
Out of Body with Franco Danger

This Is Your Afterlife

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 70:00


Franco Danger is a superb standup I met when he opened for Chris Gethard, and we immediately hit it off. That energy—and a jaw-dropping Relive 1 Memory segment—translates into one of the funniest conversations ever on the podcast. Content warning: anxiety, Catholic guilt, Edinburgh Fringe, food poisoning, God is a single dad, multiverse reincarnation.R.I.P. Mimi Parker of Low. Revisit my conversation with Mimi and her husband/bandmate Alan Sparhawk here.Patreon supporters make This Is Your Afterlife possible and get awesome bonus episodes. Become an Afterhead at patreon.com/davemaher. Follow Franco on Instagram: @franco_dangerCheck him out on Twitch and YouTube at @francodangerLeave me a voicemail to play on the show: (313) MIST-URA (647-8872).Subscribe to my newsletter, Definitive Answers, for weekly personal and culture essays, plus music recs. And follow me @thisisdavemaher on Twitter and Instagram.---Transcript: This Is Your Afterlife on PodscribeMusic = Future: "Use Me" / James Blackshaw: "The Cloud of Unknowing" / Johnnie Frierson: "Miracles"

B Aldea
B Aldea 2022/11/07: Lorde, Low eta Drake

B Aldea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 119:59


Low taldeko Mimi Parker agurtu dugu, Lorde zoriondu eta Drake eta 21 Savagen disko berria entzun ere bai...

The Watch
Are We Headed for a Prestige TV Slump? Plus, ‘White Lotus' S2E2

The Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:16


Chris and Andy talk about some of the signs that we may be heading from a surplus of prestige TV shows to a lack of them (1:00). Then they talk about the latest episode of ‘The White Lotus' and Mike White's very specific vision for Season 2 (23:00), before taking a moment to remember Mimi Parker of the band Low, who passed away over the weekend (42:02). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RPS Presents The Weekly Review
The Daily Review - Primavera Sound São Paulo, Stereolab and Sinead O'Connor

RPS Presents The Weekly Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 59:49


Today on The Daily Review, Marta Salicrú reports back from Primavera Sound São Paulo, Ben Cardew talks about the incredible new Sinead O'Connor documentary, Nothing Compares, we look forward to tonight's Stereolab gig in Barcelona, pay tribute to Low's Mimi Parker and there is new music from Phoenix and King Tuff.

The Paper Crane
Thank You, Mimi Parker

The Paper Crane

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 6:45


In lieu of a normal episode this week, we thought we'd take a few minutes to remember the incredible Mimi Parker. Our love and thoughts are with Alan and the family. Listen to LOW today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

O Lado Bom da Vida
Quatro canções para nunca mais odiar as segundas

O Lado Bom da Vida

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 10:31


Novidades de Surma e das Plains, o regresso a um clássico com os Beatles e a memória de Mimi Parker e dos Low estão em destaque nas sugestões a ouvir esta semana.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sound OFF! with Brad Bennett
Monday 11/7/22 hour 1

Sound OFF! with Brad Bennett

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 36:56


President Biden got a surprise from a major newspaper, Mimi Parker from the band Low passed away, Hillary is up to her old tricks, what is important to voters, Pat from NW Wisconsin called as did Dan from Wrenshall...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Will's Band of the Week
11-6-22 -- Dry Cleaning and Frankie Cosmos

Will's Band of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 56:42


Will and Anurag discuss new music by Dry Cleaning and Frankie Cosmos, plus live reports, bonus songs, the mailbag, and a sad death in the indie rock world.

Lestin
Twitter-tryllingur, fegurð sem andóf, Tímar tröllanna, Low

Lestin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022


Kaup suðurafríska auðkýfingsins Elon Musk gekk í gegn á dögunum. Hann hefur nú þegar sagt upp um helmingi starfsfólks og boðar miklar breytingar á samfélagsmiðlunum. Við kíkjum á forritið. Við ræðum við Ásdísi Thoroddsen kvikmyndagerðarkonu um heimildarmyndina hennar Tímar tröllanna sem er sýnd í Bíó Paradís um þessar mundir. Gunnar Jónsson fjallar um fjögur mögnuð augnablik í tónlistarsögunni, fjögur augnablik þegar fegurðin hefur virkað sem andóf. Og við minnumst Mimi Parker úr hljómsveitinni Low.

Vardai ir garsai
Vardai ir garsai. Skaudžios netektys ir laukiantys koncertai

Vardai ir garsai

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 58:53


„Vardai ir garsai“ šiandien prisimena Anapilin iškeliavusius „Low Roar“ lyderį Ryaną Karaziją, „Low“ muzikantę Mimi Parker ir „Migos“ reperį Takeoff. Taip pat žvelgia į artėjančius Emmos Ruth Rundle ir „Paradise Lost“ koncertus Vilniuje bei kviečia įvertinti keletą įdomių naujų įrašų. Ved. Ramūnas Zilnys

180 grados
180 grados - Drake & 21 Savage, Low y Dorian - 07/11/22

180 grados

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 59:43


En este podcast hablamos de 'Her Loss', uno de los discos colaborativos más esperados del año, que es el que acaban de publicar Drake y 21 Savage. Despedimos a Mimi Parker, vocalista y batería de Low, que ha fallecido a causa de un cáncer de ovarios y escuchamos el remix que David Van Bylen ha hecho de 'Energía Rara', de Dorian. Escuchar audio

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition
Episode 593: September 18, 2022

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 65:00


Episode 593: September 18, 2022 playlist: Mimi Parker, "The Plan (Elysian Version)" (Shanti Project Collection 2) 2000 Badman Belbury Poly, "Farmer's Angle" (Farmer's Angle) 2004 Ghost Box No Age, "Andy Helping Andy" (People Helping People) 2022 Drag City Organised Scum, "1980" (Remoan) 2022 self-released Saint Abdullah and Eomac, "Overdose Ferocious" (Patience of a Traitor) 2022 Other People Figure Section, "Cease and Decease" (Trompe La Mort) 2022 Antibody Blightcaster, "Mind Unleashed" (Blightcaster) 2022 Danse Noir June McDoom, "Stone After Stone" (June McDoom) 2022 Temporary Residence VISIO, "Youth Grows Forever" (Privacy Angels) 2022 Haunter Ernest Hood, "Bedroom of the Absent Child" (Back to the Woodlands) 2022 Freedom to Spend oojeRum, "The Castle" (Reversed Cathedral) 2022 Cyclic Law Jonathan Scherk, "B5" (Toon!) 2022 Faitiche Lucy Liyou and Eric Frye, "Part 1 and 2" (Grace) 2022 Futura Resistenza claire rousay, "wouldn't have to hurt" (wouldn't have to hurt) 2022 Mended Dreams Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.

The Paper Crane
Mercury Prize 2022

The Paper Crane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 78:26


This week the guys look at the nominees for this year's Mercury Prize and pick their own winners! Normal service resumes next week... In lieu of a classic playlist, I'm suggesting you all go and listen to Low! Here's a playlist of our favourite Mimi Parker performances, she is an incredible singer, musician and performer. The harmonies she creates with Alan are truly one of a kind. Sending all love and strength to her and the family!Get in touch with the show: info@codesintheclouds.net or @codesclouds Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SHEROES
A SHERO'S Journey: Mimi Parker of Low

SHEROES

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 31:33


As a long time fan of the band Low, Carmel Holt realized that she hadn't heard many (or perhaps any?) interviews that focused on drummer, singer, and songwriter Mimi Parker. When they sat down together for an interview back in January of this year, Carmel couldn't have anticipated how important and rare this conversation would be. In addition to hearing about her nearly three decade journey with Low, the band she co-founded and has been in with her husband Alan Sparhawk since 1993, and the new high water mark of their latest album - 2021's Hey What - what Mimi Parker opens up and shares with us in this very special SHEROES interview was something she had not yet discussed publicly. And as their U.S. tour starts back up in less than a month, it's an amazing time to hear this SHERO'S journey.

Anhedonic Headphones Podcast 2 - Electric Boogaloo

In the first episode of SEASON SEVEN (whoa!), or the 37th episode overall, Kevin welcomes Duluth-based singer and songwriter Sarah Krueger to the program—you might know her as Lanue, the name she released a full length LP under in 2021, and the name she released a brand new EP under in mid-April. She and Kevin chop it up about her new batch of tunes, real hip-hop, the ability to separate the artist and the art they make, and the "scene" in Duluth; Sarah also brings an eclectic mix of 10 songs to the show and discusses what parts of her life they represent.  For more information about the "award winning" music criticism site, Anhedonic Headphones, click here! To learn more about Sarah Krueger's output as Lanue, visit her website. Episode Musical Credits Intro Music: "Brooklyn Zoo (instrumental)," written by Russell Jones, Dennis Coles, and Robert Diggs; originally performed by Ol' Dirty Bastard. Taken from the Get On Down reissue of Return to The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, 2011.  "Doo Wop (That Thing)," written and performed by Ms. Lauryn Hill. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Ruffhouse/Columbia, 1998. "Hello In There," written and performed by John Prine. John Prine, Atlantic, 1971. "Sweet Thing," written and performed by Van Morrison. Astral Weeks, Warner Brothers, 1968. "Don't Ever Fucking Question That," written by Sean Daley; performed by Atmosphere. Lucy Ford—The Atmosphere EPs, Rhymesayers, 2001. "Shower The People," written and performed by James Taylor. In The Pocket, Warner Brothers, 1976. "Love Has No Pride," written by Eric Katz and Libby Titus; performed by Bonnie Raitt. Give it Up, Warner Brothers, 1972. "Making Pies," written and performed by Patti Griffin. 1000 Kisses, ATO, 2002. "When I Go Deaf," written by Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker, and Zak Sally; performed by Low. The Great Destroyer, Sub Pop, 2005. "Raining in Baltimore," written by Adam Duritz; performed by Counting Crows. August and Everything After, DGC, 1993.   "September," "Fire in My Mind," and "Nothing Hits Me," written by Sarah Krueger and performed by Lanue. 

Twelve Songs of Christmas
Looking Back at the First 100, Pt. 3

Twelve Songs of Christmas

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 38:53


My look back at the highlights of The Twelve Songs of Christmas this week come from from a transitional period. I had good and very different conversations with musicians with very different careers, including the pop purists Hanson, the bluegrass crossover artist Rhonda Vincent, and indie rapper Mega Ran.  This week's show includes excerpts from those conversations, along Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker of Low, and Martin Lynds and Jen Gunderman of The Ornaments, a band of Nashville session players who at the time of the interview had played the Charlie Brown Christmas soundtrack for 14 years running.  One note on this episode: I was surprised when I grabbed the file for the Rhonda Vincent interview that I found my voice distorted on it. It didn't sound like that when I produced the episode, but there's not much to do about that now. I tried to minimize how much of me you needed to hear in that excerpt, but you needed some of my fuzzy voice to give her answers context.  If this is the first of your retrospective episodes, you can hear the first two here and here.  If you haven't already done so, please do what you have to do to get Twelve Songs in your podcast feed. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify. During our post-Christmas break, we went live on the IHeartRadio platform, TuneIn, Audible, and Amazon's podcast platform. Now, you can ask Alexa and Siri to play the Twelve Songs of Christmas podcast and let them pop it up on your voice-controlled personal assistant.  Here in New Orleans, it's Mardi Gras, so I'm taking the rest of this week and the start of next week to be part of my city. We'll meet again in two weeks.  

Tour Stories
The Check-In with Alan and Mimi from Low

Tour Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 38:37


This week Joe talks to Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker from the band Low.  They share both the difficult and productive experience they've had at home over the last two years and why the pandemic  effected them more than expected. They discuss the process of making their new Grammy nominated record Hey What (out now on Sub Pop records), how the final sound was established in the writing process and why Alan is taking a new approach to his guitar sound. With several shows booked in Europe and the U.S., Alan and Mimi express their excitement and apprehension of touring  and what they're most looking forward to.  Joe raves over the videos that accompany Hey What  and we hear a couple tunes. https://lowtheband.bandcamp.com/https://www.subpop.com/artists/lowVisit out sponsor https://www.izotope.com/ for a 10% discount.Use Code Fret10 for a free month of Music Production Suite Pro and a 10% discount on all other software. Visit Izotope.com

Twelve Songs of Christmas
Jay Landers, Kristin Chenoweth, and Calum Scott on ”A Sentimental Christmas with Nat King Cole & Friends”

Twelve Songs of Christmas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 78:45


For this Christmas season, producer Jay Landers put together "A Sentimental Christmas with Nat "King" Cole," an album that refreshes some of Cole's holiday classics with new arrangements and a handful of new duets with new singing partners Johnny Mathis, John Legend, Gloria Estefan and more.  Today on the show, Landers talks about the hows of whys of putting together this kind of project, and why Cole continues to sing these duets well after his death. Kristin Chenoweth and Calum Scott are two of Cole's singing partners this time around, and they talk about the experience, Cole, and what they learned about him in the process. Singer Alexandra Scott returns this week to talk about Icelandic pop artist Dadi Freyr and the Christmas songs he released in 2020 and 2021.  This episode ends with a lovely cover of Low's "Just Like Christmas" by Gabrielle Aplin. Last year, Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker appeared on Twelve Songs in an episode that felt surprisingly intimate and, perhaps for that reason, became more personal than I expected.  This episode of Twelve Songs is sponsored by Car-Floats.com, which makes reusable fabric stickers for your car.  If you haven't already done so, please do what you have to do to get Twelve Songs in your podcast feed. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify.  

Essential Tremors
Alan Sparhawk

Essential Tremors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 30:00


Alan Sparhawk, along with his spouse (and previous Essential Tremors guest) Mimi Parker), have, as Low, managed to not only maintain a collaborative and marital union for the better part of thirty years, but to constantly forge ahead artistically over the course of their 13 studio albums. Somehow managing to sound familiar but also intriguingly new with each release, the band has consistently retained the intimacy of their earliest work while also taking bold risks that continually endear them to new listeners and earn them ever greater critical accolades. Their newest record, HEY WHAT, was released by Sub Pop on September 10, 2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.