As often as possible, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot love to share new, exciting, under-the-radar music. This week, they've got a brand new batch of buried treasures. They'll also hear some selections from the production staff and play messages from listeners. 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:Cari Cari, "Last Days On Earth," Welcome To Kookoo Island, perla nera, 2022Say She She, "Pink Roses," Prism, Karma Chief, 2022Ibibio Sound Machine, "Protection From Evil," Electricity, Merge, 2022Timothy Bailey & the Humans, "Great Man Singing," Timothy Bailey & the Humans, N/A, 2022Off Peak Arson, "Vivid," Vivid (Single), 3131749 Records DK, 2022Lev UFO, "Again!," Again! (Single), LevUFOrever Galactic, 2022Brittany Davis, "I Choose to Live," I Choose to Live (EP), Loosegroove, 2022Shannon & The Clams, "Year Of The Spider," Year Of The Spider, Easy Eye, 2021Lifeguard, "I know I know," I know I know (Single), Born Yesterday, 2022Polyphia, "Playing God," Playing God (Single), Rise, 2022CMAT, "I Wanna Be a Cowboy, Baby!," If My Wife New I'd Be Dead, AWAL, 2022Jake Blount, "Didn't It Rain," The New Faith, Smithsonian Folkways, 2022Korean Boyfriend, "Millions of Reasons," Yellow, Flowers, 2022Big Joanie, "In My Arms," Back Home, Kill Rock Stars, 2022Oneida, "Beat Me to the Punch," Success, Joyful Noise, 2022Pale Blue Eyes, "Star Vehicle," Souvenirs, Full Time Hobby, 2022Idles, "Danny Nedelko," Joy as an Act of Resistance, Partisan, 2018Jimmie Anderson, "Hero," Hero (Single), Jimmie Anderson, 2018MUNA, "Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)," Muna, Saddest Factory and Dead Oceans, 2022Pedro the Lion, "First Drum Set (Live on Sound Opinions)," Havasu, Polyvinyl, 2022Kurt Vile, "Like Exploding Stones," (watch my moves), Verve, 2022
This week, I am joined by Muna. Muna inherited the eldest daughter's role when her sister left home. We speak about what it is like to grow up with a narcissistic Mother and a Father that enables it, how to identify the traits and how to live with such parents. We also talk about her process of moving out of the family home and how she had a conversation with her parents. Book a RANT session here Email us at email@example.com Find us on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok
Simone Schinocca"Festival delle Migrazioni"https://www.festivaldellemigrazioni.it/Il Festival delle Migrazioni torna a Torino per la sua quarta edizione dal 27 settembre al 2 ottobre 2022 e anche quest'anno si snoda in vari luoghi della città, tra l'ex Cimitero di San Pietro in Vincoli, la Scuola Holden, la Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, le sedi di Pastorale Migranti e Valdocco e il Giardino Pellegrino a Borgo Dora. Il tema delle migrazioni, affrontato nelle sue possibili declinazioni, sarà al centro della sei giorni tra dibattiti, proiezioni, incontri, spettacoli teatrali e concerti. Il Festival delle Migrazioni è ideato e organizzato dalle compagnie teatrali A.M.A. Factory, AlmaTeatro e Tedacà.Il Festival delle Migrazioni è sostenuto da Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo (maggior sostenitore), Otto per mille Chiesa Valdese e MiC e patrocinato da Città di Torino, Città Metropolitana, Circoscrizione 7, Ordine degli Assistenti Sociali Consiglio Nazionale e Regione Piemonte. Incontri. Apre il festival Cecilia Sala, giornalista e autrice del podcast Stories, attraverso il quale racconta una storia dal mondo ogni giorno, con un incontro sul rapporto tra guerra e informazione coordinato dal documentarista Davide Demichelis. Insieme a Emanuele Giordana, inviato di guerra, e Raffaele Crocco, direttore dell'Atlante delle Guerre e dei Conflitti del Mondo, si traccerà una mappa dei conflitti aperti (e dimenticati). In programma anche un approfondimento con i corrispondenti Antonella Napoli, Enzo Nucci, Tiziana Ferrario e Nico Piro (in collegamento) sulla situazione politica di alcuni paesi per cercare di comprendere e raccontare una parte importante di flussi migratori. Con le giornaliste Patrizia Fiocchetti e Antonella Sinopoli, la pastora valdese Daniela Di Carlo e la testimonianza di Sapeda, attivista afghana si parlerà delle donne nei luoghi di conflitti e in territori postbellici, tre storie di resistenze e pratiche di pace. La deontologia della narrazione, ovvero quale sia il compito dell'informazione nella diffusione di percezioni e narrazioni su guerre e migrazioni, è il tema dell'incontro con Anna Meli, Paola Barretta, Valerio Cataldi e Stefano Talli. In collegamento, Asmae Dachan e Francesca Mannocchi. Modera Gian Mario Gillio.Due gli incontri realizzati in collaborazione con Torino Spiritualità: Torino città del dialogo, sulle criticità e risorse di una molteplice convivenza, che si definisce anche attraverso l'incontro interreligioso, con Valentino Castellani (presidente Comitato Interfedi) e Gianna Pentenero (Assessora Coordinamento politiche per la multiculturalità); mentre di vite spese a prendersi cura degli altri discutono Cecilia Strada e l'ex magistrato e saggista Gherardo Colombo, in dialogo con il curatore di Torino Spiritualità Armando Buonaiuto. Teatro. Il teatro si conferma cuore pulsante della kermesse, contando nell'edizione 2022 il record di spettacoli. Nella sei giorni sono infatti otto le proposte teatrali, con protagonisti interpreti internazionali: in scena, Alberto Boubakar Malanchino con lo spettacolo Sid – Fin qui tutto bene, la storia di un ragazzo annoiato dalla vita che si racconta in un monologo battente mentre si allena in carcere come boxeur; Francesca Farcomeni con il progetto teatrale Radio Ghetto, nato per raccontare in una modalità performativa l'esperienza vissuta all'interno dei ghetti dei braccianti agricoli nel foggiano. Poi Love's Kamikaze, con una doppia replica, diretto da Mila Moretti e ambientato a Tel Aviv nel 2005, in cui Naomi, ebrea, e Abdul, palestinese, si amano cercando di dimenticare la guerra e nello stesso tempo si confrontano rispetto alle due civiltà di appartenenza e ancora Storie fragili di Olga Kalenichenko con protagonisti bambini russi e ucraini. Cibo. Confermato anche in questa edizione un appuntamento molto amato dal pubblico del Festival delle Migrazioni, quello della Cena delle cittadinanze: una lunga tavolata allestita nel cortile di San Pietro in Vincoli sarà l'occasione per condividere il cibo portato da casa o i piatti proposti dalle cucine dal mondo presenti al festival, vivendo l'emozione di una cena tutti insieme.Il cibo è anche al centro dell'evento realizzato in collaborazione con l'Università di Scienze Gastronomiche di Pollenzo, Sguardi e metafore su cibo e migrazione in cui si alterneranno momenti conviviali e parole per approfondire concretamente tre aspetti: i cambiamenti climatici e la migrazione, con Gabriele Proglio, un dialogo sulla storia coloniale italiana attraverso la storia del cibo e la gastronomia come terreno di incontro e arricchimento culturale. Testimonianze. Anche in questa edizione, uno spazio fondamentale del festival è occupato dalle testimonianze dirette delle migrazioni: per parlare della migrazione siriana saranno presenti Muna e Mido Khorzom, al termine della rappresentazione di Storie Fragili è previsto un momento riflessioni sulle tematiche trattate durante lo spettacolo, con interventi diretti di rifugiati ucraini e volontari delle missioni a Leopoli. Il pubblico del festival potrà approfondire inoltre le questioni legate alla rotta migratoria americana nell'incontro Al Otro lad e scoprire il forte legame che esiste tra cibo e migrazione, sempre tramite le voci di persone migranti. Musica. Spazio anche alla musica, con i concerti di Baba Sissoko, artista e compositore del Mali, della giovane cantautrice di origine marocchine Rania Khazour e della reggae band Woolers. Inoltre Chris Obehi, nato in Nigeria nel 1998, condurrà il pubblico in un viaggio intimo nella sua storia, nella sua musica e nelle sue parole, durante un talk in cui il pubblico potrà interagire attraverso la costruzione di una playlist musicale. Cinema. Tornano gli appuntamenti cinematografici, a cui è dedicata la serata di mercoledì 28 settembre. Al Polo del ‘900, in seguito alla premiazione dei vincitori della Call Sguardi 2022, è previsto un incontro in collaborazione con ZaLab e la proiezione di No Hard Feelings (Future Drei) di Faraz Shariat, in organizzata in collaborazione con il Lovers Film Festival. Arte. Il festival dialoga anche con l'arte attraverso la mostra E coglieremo i saperi delle nostre resistenze, in corso alla Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Si tratta della prima personale in Italia della peruviana Daniela Ortiz: dipinti, ricami e installazioni per raccontare le Resistenze delle donne nei luoghi post bellici e coloniali. Fondazione Sandretto ospiterà inoltre uno degli spettacoli in programma.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
On this week’s podcast, Ben Marwood reflects on the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth before embarking on another uplifting dose of music both new and used for you to enjoy. Artist “Track” [Album] MUNA “what i want” [MUNA] beach bunny “weeds” [emotional creature] cheekface “when life hands you problems” [too much to ask] the beths... The post Podcast 649 | Featuring Mountain Goats, Cheekface and MUNA appeared first on .
Ian and Dieter talk with Dr Ian Williams and Dr Muna Al-Jawad about graphic medicine and explore the intersection between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare. Dr Ian Williams is a comics artist, writer and doctor who lives in Brighton. His graphic novel, The Bad Doctor, was published in 2014 and followed up in 2019 by The Lady Doctor. Both were critically acclaimed and he is working on his third, for the same publishers, provisionally entitled The Sick Doctor, which will be published in 2022. Dr Muna Al-Jawad is a consultant geriatrician and senior lecturer in medical education in Brighton. In 2010 she started drawing comics as part of a masters in clinical education, and her superhero alter-ego “Old Person Whisperer” was born. She uses comics in her practice as a medical teacher and in her research. She does and supervises comics-based research into various areas of practitioner and student experience. Click here to find out more about Graphic Medicine. Click here to see some of Muna's work.
Everything goes away, but this album will be here until we're nothing but bones in the ground. We've finally made it to the first album in the long awaited family tree series, the roots. GET IN TOUCH! firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook.com/RadicalFaceAreUs Twitter.com/Jdwaldy Instagram.com/Jdwaldy This Week's “Cellar Door Secrets”: JD: Sidelines by Low Phase Nick: Muna by Muna
From Season 8: Time for a coffee break! The latest episode of Invested in our New Reality is now live and this one is for coffee lovers. On this episode, Host Karla Briones interviews Muna Mohammed the founder of Ottawa's Eight50 Coffee, a local coffee supplier who provides responsibly sourced, locally roasted coffee from around the world, right here in the capital city.
The emergency around Ukraine's largest nuclear plant intensifies and Kyiv now says it's considering shutting down the Zaporizhzhia complex. Ukraine blames Russia for shelling the plant and for using it as a military shield, while Russia blames Ukraine. But will Moscow agree to a safety zone? Vladimir Chizhov is Russia's envoy to the European Union and joins the show from Brussels. Also on today's show: Kenyan President-elect William Ruto; Caitlin Dickerson, staff writer for the Atlantic; Katie Gavin, Naomi McPherson, and Josette Maskin from the indie band MUNA.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Aaron and Brent highlight music from a Los Angeles trio that just released their third studio album in June and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group that rose to fame in New York City in the late 70s. Formed in 2013 while students at the University of Southern California, Aaron looks at three songs from the band MUNA. Getting their name from comments made by truck drivers who catcalled lead singer Debbie Harry, Brent spotlights three songs from Blondie. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.
Retomamos nuestra sección gastronómica de "La Buena Mesa", en la que los tres restaurantes leoneses con estrella Michelín (Cocinandos, Pablo y Muna) nos ofrecen, al igual que la profesora Belén Rodríguez, algunas de sus recetas más innovadoras. Para abrir boca, Juanjo Losada, de "Pablo", nos sorprende con sus Verdinas con Pistachos. Y, además nos acercamos al sur de nuestra provincia para que el presidente de la DO León, Rafa Blanco, nos ponga al tanto sobre cómo se afronta esta próxima vendimia de 2022.
The learning process that we all go through when embark on a new journey is hard and difficult. It also one that requires us to pause and reflect. Sometimes your dreams pass your capabilities at the moment, so you have to slow down and reassess. This week our producer Muna shares her thoughts with us in this unedited uncut producer producer taker over.
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Skyler Cocco is a singer-songwriter, music producer, and mixing engineer based out of LA, CA, USA! In this episode, discover Skyler's approach to production and mixing, how she won a competition and got her song in front of her favorite band, when to sign a label deal (and when not to!), and so much more. Check it out!This episode originally aired on January 10th, 2021Original Show Notes - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2021/1/10/secret-sonics-079-skyler-cocco-following-her-own-creative-compassYou can find out more about Skyler at https://www.skylercocco.com/You can find Skyler on Social MediaIG: https://www.instagram.com/skylercocco/You can check out Skyler's music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0XiGZPN1W6HhJDz4shx8VZ?si=u4kKyTLUT1CQR6As6rYPVwYou can listen to the track that we discussed in the "Sauce" segment in its entirety here:"The Drive" by Skyler Cocco - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKiQ0FEbX2c&ab_channel=SkylerCoccoVEVOReferencesDylan Emmet - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2020/12/27/secret-sonics-077-dylan-emmet-letting-the-songs-guide-the-waySoundtoys - https://www.soundtoys.com/Fleetwod Mac - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleetwood_MacHaim - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haim_(band)MUNA - https://www.whereismuna.com/Sennheiser HD600 - https://amzn.to/39g8AUVSony 7506 - https://amzn.to/3q3EJWCValhalla Vintage Verb - https://valhalladsp.com/shop/reverb/valhalla-vintage-verb/Thanks for listening to this episode of Secret Sonics! I hope you enjoyed this episode :) Look out for new episodes weekly. Consider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the new podcast theme music!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.coHave a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben
The moment you've all been waiting for... an episode long in the making.... the Keeping Records phone has been ringing off the hook.... audiences have been begging....... for Anya and Casey to step up to the mic. Also in this episode: all your favorite moments in Keeping Records history, according to you. Eat it up, lil freaks!!!!! And don't forget that we're BACK NEXT WEEK, August 26th, WITH A BRAND NEW EPISODE!!!!! Hallelujah. Follow the show @keepingrecordspod Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Episode 93 of Pelo Buddy TV, an unofficial Peloton podcast & Peloton news show. This week we cover the following topics: A photo indicates that Olympic rower Alex Karowski might be a new Peloton instructor for rowing. Part of Peloton's website indicates that there might possibly offer a self assembly option for the Peloton Row. Jess Sims will be broadcasting with the ESPN College Gameday team during football season. Alex Toussaint shared his thoughts on the recent Soul Cycle offer during his class. Documents have been filed that show Peloton will expand the PSL studio to have a retail store / showroom. There is a new ‘Standing Core with Rebecca' Kennedy collection of standing core classes. The German Peloton cycling team is offering a “Summer Break” ride series – and there is a badge. Peloton had an artist series with MUNA this week with a ride and two Yoga classes. Peloton sent out an email that says the All For One Music fest will now be an extra day from August 18-21. The upcoming class schedule now shows an “Arms & Shoulder” live strength class with Tunde Oyeneyin for August 8. Peloton has sent some Pride boxes to members who took Pride classes in June. The ‘Download Workouts as CSV' feature has been removed for those with their language set to Spanish or German. Google's TalkBack Screen Reader feature has been added to the Peloton Tread this week. An updated Peloton patent shows some potential new leaderboard features we might see in the future. Peloton was granted a patent to a voice powered digital assistant, currently named “Q.” Peloton has changed their marketing to say shipping & delivery is now included for all products once again. Cody Rigsby was on “The Drink with Kate Snow” on NBC this week. Ben Alldis appeared on the “This Morning” TV show. Ben Alldis has an August workout challenge. Chelsea Jackson Roberts was on KTLA this week. Robin Arzon is giving lots of interview this week promoting her new stroller collaboration. John & Amanda share their, and the community's, class picks of the week. You can find links to full articles on each of these topics from the episode page here: https://www.pelobuddy.com/pelo-buddy-tv-episode-93/ The show is also available via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeloBuddy This episode is hosted by Amanda Segal (#Seglo3) and John Prewitt (#Kenny_Bania).
This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot discuss the history of music movies with author Fred Goodman. From The Beatles to Metallica, they explore rock on film. Plus, the hosts review new music by Liz, Muna and Perfume Genius. 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:Lizzo, "Special," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Grrrls," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Naked," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Lizzo, "Everybody's Gay," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Perfume Genius, "Pop Song," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Perfume Genius, "Hellbent," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Perfume Genius, "Eye in the Wall," Ugly Season, Matador, 2022Lizzo, "About Damn Time," Special, Nice Life/Atlantic, 2022Muna, "Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022Muna, "What I Want," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022Muna, "Kind of Girl," Muna, Saddest Factory, 2022The Beatles, "A Hard Day's Night," A Hard Day's Night, United Artists, 1964Stillwater, "Fever Dog," Almost Famous (Music From the Motion Picture), DreamWorks, 2000Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell, "Time Warp," The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ode, 1975Lhasa de Sela, "Love Came Here," Lhasa, Audiogram, 2009The Stooges, "Down On the Street," Fun House, Elektra, 1970
Peloton Prophet has rower related scoop. Tunde shares a flashback clip from her appearance on Deal Or No Deal. Jess King had a Peloton baby shower. Cody Rigsby was on NBC's The Drink with Kate Snow. Robin Arzon partners with Baby Jogger on a stroller. Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts was on KTLA discussing how yoga can improve sleep. Marcel Dinkins has Top Tips for a 5K. Logan Aldridge and Adrian Williams were accidentally twinning. We have updates on the studio layout and how to book classes. More details on the latest music lawsuit. Peloton filmed new scenic classes in Scotland. Some Peloton stockholders can get their money back. The latest Artist Series is with Muna. Ben Alldis has a new challenge. Birthdays: Jess Sims (8/5), Alex Toussaint (8/6), Olivia Amato (8/8), Christine D'Ercole (8/11) All this plus our interview with Dierdre McNish Brown! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram
Did you know that there are music streamers on Twitch? In this episode we interviewed SashiBOOM and Alanna_Matty about their frustrations with building music based communities on a gaming focused platform and their conviction to create LOUDLY INCLUSIVE safe spaces for their fans. Squid and Sashi also talk about their collaboration on a cover of “I know a place” by MUNA, available now on Spotify. Listen to the song here: https://open.spotify.com/track/3i4n9P8UjQMDeoS4tw3ZtH?si=99d11c31c43a412b Our Guests: SashiBOOM - https://www.twitch.tv/sashiboom Alanna_Matty - https://www.twitch.tv/alanna_matty Raid/Shoutouts: Kendra Lyssa - https://www.twitch.tv/kendralyssa Liv Harris - https://www.twitch.tv/livharris ihazabeard - https://www.twitch.tv/ihazabeard Kathleen_e11e - https://www.twitch.tv/kathleen_e11e Emily McVicker - https://www.twitch.tv/emilymcvicker DeltaCrabMusic - https://www.twitch.tv/deltacrabmusic SydneyWr1ght - https://www.twitch.tv/sydneywr1ght Hosted by: Squid0044 - https://www.twitch.tv/squid0044 xoCheerGurlox - https://www.twitch.tv/xocheergurlox Website and Social Media: Linktr.ee/notyourpickme
MUNA are a pop trio based in Los Angeles. They have garnered a devout fanbase, thanks to their bright hooks & unique approach to pop songwriting. Their lyrics cover everything from heartbreak & longing, to mindfulness, self-love, & queer & female empowerment. Their new self-titled record, their first release on Phoebe Bridgers' Saddest Factory Records, is simultaneously their healthiest &, as they've said themselves, their horniest songwriting yet.
Cindy and Kristian jump in to 52's House Band and find their way to Matt Nathanson's Run from his Modern Love album. They discuss everything from MUNA to The Incredible Machine tour, and what makes a Sugarland feature. This episode goes great with air conditioning.
The crew is recording in the morning so our voices need to warm up! We got an email! We missed a call from Brazil! Hannah doesn't have an obsession this week, she has an anticipation (fun). Erin is obsessed with a reality show whose 8th season just got released to Netfilx (and Hulu). Ben is obsessed with making his ear bones rattle. The gang remembers a weird candy from the 90s. - Play Stray on PS5 and or Steam! - Watch all 8 seasons of Alone on Hulu or S8 on Netflix! - Check out Shokz bone conduction headphones! - Learn about monarch butterflies here! - Listen to MUNA's new album! - CALL US OR TEXT US AND TELL US YOUR OBSESSION! 774-326-0420 - Follow @Hanthropology, and @TooBroadPod on Twitter - @Hannahandhercats on tiktok - Erin's Lesbian Lending Library: lesbianlendinglibrary.com - Watch Ben on twitch.tv/discogreg - Watch Erin on twitch.tv/ernbrnog - Follow WayTooBroad on IG - Email us at email@example.com - www.waytoobroad.com or waytoobod.com or nameyourselfjame.com or nameyourselfjameeagan.com for anything you want - www.ernben.com for anything you need - Visit Maxfun.org for cute dog on a boat - DOWNLOAD FRIENDS OF THE CHAOS' MUSIC! THEY WROTE OUR THEME SONG! https://friendsofthechaos.bandcamp.com/track/way-too-broad - Please leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening!
Heralded as "a moment for queer people everywhere", this is... the MUNA episode of Las Cultch! It's here! The best band in the world joins Matt & Bowen to talk about their latest and greatest album, knowing each other inside and out, being theater kids, "vibe checks", burned CD's, the Muppets and the celebrity cameos that they would pull, the Chromatica Ball setlist, MUNA's cover of "Sometimes" in the film Fire Island, telling Ramona Singer you're "a fan", hotels that lie, birds singing at night (?!) and the question "should a child have 8 parents?" You HAVE TO stream Muna's new album. They're the best!!!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben is drinking something OTHER THAN WATER? But it's WRONG? Hannah is making her husband suffer for no reason. Erin has invented the next big thing for people with weak teeth! Ben is yet again stealing an obsession from Kylie and yet again it's great and why is she not on the podcast? Hannah is re-pitching MUNA's new album MUNA (NOT BECAUSE SHE'S MAD ERIN DIDN'T LISTEN TO IT, OK?!), now with more info about the band and the music videos! Erin has been watching a funny guy build little things in a very inspiring and entertaining manner. HOMEWORK: - Leave us a voicemail (774-326-0420) to tell us how you'd pronounce this name: Strriop Jttriso - Listen to Erin and Hannah's Endtimes Duet at ernbrn.com - Watch Komi Can't Communicate on Netflix - Listen to MUNA by MUNA - Watch Studson Studios on Youtube (Erin recommends the Casita Build highly) - CALL US OR TEXT US AND TELL US YOUR OBSESSION! 774-326-0420 - Follow @Hanthropology, and @TooBroadPod on Twitter - @Hannahandhercats on tiktok - Erin's Lesbian Lending Library: lesbianlendinglibrary.com - Watch Ben on twitch.tv/discogreg - Watch Erin on twitch.tv/ernbrnog - Follow WayTooBroad on IG - Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - www.waytoobroad.com or waytoobod.com or nameyourselfjame.com or nameyourselfjameeagan.com for anything you want - www.ernben.com for anything you need - Visit Maxfun.org for cute dog on a boat - DOWNLOAD FRIENDS OF THE CHAOS' MUSIC! THEY WROTE OUR THEME SONG! https://friendsofthechaos.bandcamp.com/track/way-too-broad - Please leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening!
This week, we're submitting ourselves to the self-titled 3rd LP from alt-pop icons MUNA. We talk about our initial dissatisfaction with the singles and how it ultimately led to a seamless, cohesive release that just might be their most consistent yet! ALSO discussed is BETTY WHO's official album announcement for her forthcoming record 'BIG!' and our sky-high expectations surrounding the era. AT THE SPA: THE 1975 (Part of the Band), MADISON ROSE (Iconic!), CIARA (Jump ft. Coast Contra), KING PRINCESS (Change the Locks), DNCE (Got Me Good), and SG LEWIS (Missing You). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of 'Perennial' by VERA BLUE!
We're back after over a month off! And we're so happy to see you! We're catching you up on the shows we've been watching (Umbrella Academy, Stranger Things), the music we've been listening to (Beyoncé, MUNA), and the drama that's been unfolding (Funny Girl, the Shawn Mendes Wonder World Tour, etc.). Plus, of course, a Thor Love & Thunder review and you get our LIVE reactions to Khloe Kardashian having another baby with Tristan Thompson.
On this episode of Pop Music For Smart People we finish out our 2022 Pride series with a little game of Category Is... Queer Edition! I am joined by my husband Nicholas Opp as we both offer up our song selections for 5 different categories including Sad Gay Boy Summer, She Done Already Done Had Verses, These Boots Were Made For Twerkin, Bal READ FOR FILTH! and The Rational Anthem Of The United States Of Queer. We each feature so many amazing queer artists including MUNA, alexmaax, Randa, Tommy Genesis, L Devine, Griz, Wreckno, Victoria Canal, Tove Lo, Ladyhawke and Maddie Zahm. Come join us as we give our song selections for these ever so gay categories and crack a couple gay jokes along the way. If you would like to support and indie podcaster like myself you can do so at www.buymeacoffee.com/PMFSP Visit our website www.popmusicforsmartpeople.com and while you are there go check out our fun colorful merch store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pmfsp/message
On this weeks radio hour - Jeremy's playing singles / tracks from new or upcoming albums! This episode includes tracks by Julien Baker, Alvvays, Young Guv, End, Bartees Strange, Alex G, Candy, Greet Death, Viagra Boys, Interpol, MUNA, Anthony Green and more! Subscribe to the PATREON and receive a brand new radio hour every Sunday! Thats two additional episodes a month AND you get them a day early! You'll also see a complete list of songs played on this episode. Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter!
Dylan and Connor are joined by Alex Boniello (Spring Awakening, Dear Evan Hansen). Listen in as the boys discuss the end of Pride month (a whole month?), Alex's upcoming wedding, his debut children's book "A Case of the Zaps,", the epic invisible string style story of getting cast in Spring Awakening, advice for aspiring performers, winning a Tony Award for producing Hadestown, Johnny Gallagher Jr., playing Connor in Dear Evan Hansen, Muna's new album, Conversations with Friends, a plethora of doses of Drama, and even more. You don't want to miss this hilarious and insightful chat.Follow Alex on Twitter & InstagramPre-Order his children's book 'A Case of the Zaps here! Follow DRAMA. on Twitter & InstagramFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by DylanGet your DRAMA merch (t-shirts, stickers, and more) HERE!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON HERE! Support us and help us continue producing content!Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, rate us 5 stars, and leave a kind review!
This week we talk the latest music news, share some of our favorite albums of 2022 so far, and review new albums from Soccer Mommy and Muna! 0:00 Intro 2:10 Music News 16:00 Favorite Albums So Far 25:45 Soccer Mommy "Sometimes, Forever" Review 38:11 Muna "Muna" Review
They're back from their meeting with NASA; seems like things went well. Now, Caleb's in New York, and Shelby's in LA. But the Zoom that connects them through the cosmos? That's Mommy, and Mommy is home. They play F/M/K with the Supreme Court (answers open to interpretation) and then open up the submission line to solicit additions/deletions for the Golden Record, and as usual you lil freaks did not disappoint. Covering a real wide breadth of the most pressing issues of our time, we have the following: Your Record Additions: "Never Again" by Kelly Clarkson (Audio) Soft pretzels dipped in cheese (Food) Finding out a coworker hates the same coworker as you (Feeling) Your Record Deletions: Fluorescent Lighting (Light source) Rolling Coal (Activity) Anya Making the Temperature Too Hot in the Studio (Producer Oversight) Charmin Bears (Product Mascot) Watch the video version of the episode Follow the show @keepingrecordspod Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Heartstopper. MUNA. Lil Nas X. Going to queer bars. Queer art. Queer anthems. Learning queer history. There's lots of queer joy in this world, so we make like legs and spread it. In this episode: News- 4:01 || Main Topic (Queer Joy)- 12:24 || Gayest & Straightest- 1:20:47 On the bonus Patreon segment, Kyle shares gayta on religion, gayness, and happiness. Is it possible for them to coexist? See all the levels and benefits of Patreon membership at www.patreon.com/gayishpodcast.
Gay Wrath Month is upon us, but that doesn't mean we can't recap our Pride Weekends and review what could be the queerest album of Pride Month!!! It's our podcast, NOT YOURS! If you want to hear our actual review of the album, you may need to skip the first 40ish minutes, but we promise that we pull a degrassi and we go there. What did Ehren, Simon, and special guest of the pod Chris Vaughn do this weekend and what the heck did they think of MUNA's latest album??? Tune in to find out.
Pornstar and writer Ty Mitchell joins Fran & Rose to talk about Ryan Murphy's Obama-era hit musical TV series Glee, which none of them have watched in its entirety Plus: new MUNA, Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, the latest season of Love, Victor, Madame Web casting news and the Buzz Lightyear movie with Pixar's first completely forgettable “same-sex” kiss Pride is over (thank god) but you can still tag our finsta @likeavirgin42069See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The indie-pop trio MUNA talks about being an openly queer band since they started in 2014, and why they believe the conversation should go beyond “Representation.” They also discuss the transition from a major record label, RCA, to Phoebe Bridgers' indie label, Saddest Factory Records. Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Indie pop band MUNA join as the musical guest at our June Get Lit radio special! We host a Listening Party with the trio of Katie Gavin, Josette Maskin, and Naomi McPherson for their brand new self-titled album.
Happy Pride!! Rounding out the month we have on the pod this week - spooky lovely comedy tattoo baby - Air Durnell (Reductress, Yes And Laughter Lab, UCB)!!! Air and Nathan get directly into MUNA, Pride, and of course Air's career as a tattoo artist and apprentice. They chat about the crossover of tattooing and comedy and when permanent body art should make us laugh (i.e. Teletubees but make it LOTR). The two also chat about Air's work on Reductress, their successful project at the Yes And Laughter Lab, and going viral on TikTok for their Jennifer Coolidge impression. Don't worry! They also discuss knives, sex, and horny haunted houses. Secure The Gag is a queer comedy podcast hosted by comedian and writer, Nathan Pearson. Tune in every Monday as Nathan interviews funny queers about their infamous online videos, bits, and success. Nathan Pearson is a comedian, actor, writer, and host of Secure The Gag based in Brooklyn, NY by way of Atlanta, GA. Recently, he was featured on HBOMax's Humans By Orientation platform and on the UCB Character's Welcome where his “Guy F**ks His Bully's Dad” sketch became a viral sensation. Online, Nathan has amassed a following on TikTok and has been featured in Vulture, Instinct, Queerty, Logo's NewNowNext, and more. Secure The Gag is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network hosted by WUSSY Mag @wussymag Hosted by Nathan Pearson @nathankpearson Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Edited by Ryan Andrews @rtayrews Podcast Art created by Beardy Glasses @beardy.glasses Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix Follow @SecureTheGag
Sie tourten mit Harry Styles und landeten in einem Remix von Tiësto, doch ihr grösster Schritt war weg vom grossen Geschäft: Mit dem 3. Album wechselt das Trio aus LA zu Phoebe Bridgers' Indie-Label und schrieb mit Mitski. Im Kern bleiben sie düster und queer, tönen aber happier und lauter denn je. «Wir haben persönlich alle drei sehr düstere Momente, wir sind sensibel und verzweifeln immer wieder daran, was aktuell auf der Welt passiert. Aus dieser Verzweiflung heraus müssen wir etwas kreieren, das fröhlich und auf Zuneigung gebaut ist. Wir müssen schöne Momente kultivieren,» erklären Naomie, Katie und Josette im Sounds! Interview - nicht ohne dass Katie lachend ergänzt: «Auch wenn das ein bisschen so tönt: *kotzgeräusch* Wuäh!» Und genau diese Selbstreflexion macht «MUNA» zum spannendsten Pop-Album der Stunde: ein hyper-fröhlicher, tanzbarer Monsterwurf, der die Welten von Charts und Indie-Party perfekt vereint. Für Fans von Robyn, Christine and the Queens und Taylor Swift. Wie immer verlosen wir das Sounds! Album der Woche täglich auf CD - nur live im Radio!
On this episode of ‘Grab A Glass', DT puts a spotlight on silent men during the Roe Vs. Wade overturn, calls for black celebrities to keep the same energy with black designers, & suggests a perspective change around Verzuz.
NPR Music's picks for the best albums out this week include new ones from the electro-pop band MUNA, R&B singer GIVĒON, country star Jimmie Allen, Soccer Mommy and more.Featured Albums:1. MUNA — MUNAFeatured Song: "What I Want"2. GIVĒON — Give or Take Featured Song: "Lost Me"3. Soccer Mommy — Sometimes, Forever Featured Song: "Don't Ask Me"4. Jimmie Allen — Tulip Drive Featured Song: "what i'm talkin' 'bout"5. Lupe Fiasco — DRILL MUSIC IN ZIONFeatured Song: "AUTOBOTO (feat. Nayirah)"Lightning Round• Ella Fitzgerald — Ella at the Hollywood Bowl: The Irving Berlin Songbook• Katie Alice Greer — Barbarism• Dear Silas — It's Giving SELF LOVE!• Regina Spektor — Home, before and after• Luke Combs — Growin' Up• Arooj Aftab — Vulture Prince (Deluxe Edition)• Zola Jesus — Arkhon• Various Artists — Elvis (OST)• Joan Shelley — The Spur
This week's show covers new music from Bristol's Ishmael Ensemble, remixed by Medlar, London's Sports Team, and while we are there, a new tune from Dry Cleaning, and similar from LA's MUNA. For the archive track this week, Mark goes back to 1993 for a slice of electronic music from the Scottish act Finitribe. This song's title is “An Unexpected Groovy Treat” and it sits right on the line between industrial music and the influence of early acid house. Sampling was primitive, but an integral part of Finitribe's approach. Plus, it certainly qualifies as a banger of its era! Of course, there are six more bonus tracks, but you have to sign up for our email newsletter to get those. (Great music is included there, too, ladies and gentlemen.) It's pretty easy to do, if you just click this link. (And do so without fear. We won't misuse your email address, as this show is run by two guys, Mark and Brendan; Not some faceless corporation.) Lastly, don't miss our fabulous Spotify playlists. We make one for each episode of the show, so grab the latest if you are up to date, and dig into previous episodes if you are new here, or just curious. Have a terrific week!
In this weeks podcast, Jeff & Richie bring you a PRIDE! episode featuring: MUNA and their self-titled third album MUNA. Take a dive with Jeff & Richie into the world of MUNA as they have a casual conversion on what it means to go from a major record label to an indie label, create music in the LGBTQ+ space, and see what they think MUNA's longevity in the industry is. Jeff & Richie then move the discussion over to DRAG POP, a conversation on Drag Queens that are owning the 2022 Drag Pop space. (Follow the POP PLAYLIST here). Tracks discussed include: RuPaul - "Supermodel" Priyanka featuring Lemon - "Come Through" Alaska featuring Stephanie's Child - "Girlz Night" New Artist Picks of the week include: (Follow the NEW ARTIST PICKS PLAYLIST here)Rina Sawayama - "This Hell"VINCINT - Taste So Good (The Cann Song) [Hayley Kiyoko, MNEK, and Kesha]Kelechi - just another song (Featuring Vincent)Zava - H.O.E. Madison Rose - Valentino Thanks for listening! Please leave us a review if you love our Theatre & Pop conversations. Follow us on Instagram: @halfhourpodcastFollow us on TikTok: @halfhourpodcastVisit our website: www.twoworldsentertainmentllc.comImpact: The Conservation Photography PodcastMake a difference with your photos
Wie bringen wir das nur in eine Playlist: Tame Impala machen Elvis, Eminem samt Snoop Dogg, Hollie Cooks happy hour Reggae, Munas Robyn-esquer Queer-Pop, Christine & the Queens, neues aus dem Dunstkreis von Air und Stardust plus ein Schweiz-Fenster mit Cella, Paradisco und Odd Beholder? Hm. Vielleicht noch ein bisschen würzen? Wir mischen Nashvilles Indie-Rock Phänomen Soccer Mommy, die mit dem Elektro-Tüftler Oneohtrix Point Never produzierte, Taylor Swifts neue traditional Folk Single, die Gorillaz mit Thundercat und das Comeback (nach 13 Jahren) der Post-Hardcore Veteranen Alexisonfire dazu. Was für eine Woche! Press Play.
Pam and Brooke are joined by wedding planner and recent bride, Ruchi Sabat, who tells them all about the ups and down of being a Covid-era bride trying to plan a her Indian American style wedding. Topics include: having a very clever proposal, taking an international trip to go on a wedding shopping extravaganza, and a week worth of amazing celebrations leading up to her big day! If you like partying or buying cool stuff, this episode if for you! -- GUEST INFO: Ways to contact Ruchi Sabat from Three Wishes Planning Website: https://www.threewishesplanning.com Instagram: @threewishesplanning Email: email@example.com -- BRIDAL BREAK: Watermelon Paloma: A sweet blended treat, perfect for summer! From xoxobella.com. Fire Island: A new romcom set on the gay vacation town of Fire Island, and based on Pride and Prejudice. Streaming on Hulu. Sometimes: A fun, synth cover of Britney Spears' pop classic, performed by MUNA. -- TELL US YOUR SECRET! Have a story to tell us? Need some advice about your own wedding drama? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Call us: 434-933-2663 Click here to send us a message with no personal information needed! We promise to never reveal the names in order to protect the innocent...and the annoyed. Your secret's safe with us! -- WEDDING CONFESSIONALS LINKS: www.weddingconfessionals.com Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok Pinterest -- Logo by David Kantrowitz Theme song by Andy Schrier
Ted Asregadoo and Popdose writer Keith Creighton venture into the upside down world of Kate Bush's "The Ninth Wave." Also, new music from The Fixx, Simple Minds, Muna, & Foals is in the spotlight. The post Episode 52: Kate Bush Gets a Second Life first appeared on Planet LP Podcast.
T. Kyle and Bradley discuss the official kick-off of Pride Month, including the latest rainbow washing pandering (Marines rainbow bullets and Burger King Austria's same-side/sex double top and bottom burgers), Ratso, the gay vaping rat joining Katy Perry's Las Vegas residency voiced by Harvey Fierstein, the Jonas Brothers covering “What Dreams Are Made Of,” Lorde covering “Run Away With Me” (and the crowd shushes her right back!) and MUNA covering Britney's “Sometimes” for the ‘Fire Island' movie soundtrack, a UK Minute at Mighty Hoopla featuring the Sugababes and Kylie Minogue conquering America with her wine, TikTok Talk featuring Kate Bush Running Up That Hill with the Song of the Summer decades later, thanks to a ‘Stranger Things' sync, Halsey's “So Good” update amid her label battle, Hemlocke Springs getting the Grimes approval, HAIM's dancing going viral, High Fashion Editorial! featuring Christina Aguilera's GLAM amFAR Get Ready With Me for ‘Vogue France' (she's a glam girl!), the ‘Aguilera' album (?) drop and EP 2 of Legendtina En Español, new music from Tom Aspaul, Le Youth, Sultan + Shepard, Panama, and Avril Lavigne's ‘Let Go' 20th anniversary with “Breakaway.” Hello, LGBTs!We have merch! http://merch.legendsonlypodcast.com Listen to bonus episodes & join our Discord: http://patreon.com/legendsonly See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
T. Kyle and Bradley discuss the Joanne rats kicking off their Memorial Day Weekend at Katy Perry's ‘Play' residency in Las Vegas, Britney Spears meeting with The Weeknd and the ‘Euphoria' creator (presumably something to do with ‘The Idol' coming to HBO!), High Fashion Editorial! featuring Kylie Minogue at the ABBA Voyage launch, Christina Aguilera's AMFAR look at Cannes and BLACKPINK for ‘Rolling Stone,' Britney's breaking update about not going to the 2022 Met Gala, TikTok Talk featuring Halsey's complaint about her label forcing her to fake viral TikToks and the fall-out on social media, Ramona Singer meeting “Crystal,” her biggest fan, new music from Sky Ferreira, MUNA, Tom Aspaul, Madison Rose and Empress Of, Felix Jaehn and Zoe Wees and Polar Inc.'s remix of Nora En Pure, Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa and Young Thug, and Charli XCX coming soon with Tiesto, as well as Demi Lovato's new era and Kelly Clarkson kicking off the ‘Kellyoke' EP. See you at Pride, slay the house down honey boots, yes God!We have merch! http://merch.legendsonlypodcast.com Listen to bonus episodes & join our Discord: http://patreon.com/legendsonly See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.