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All Songs Considered
New Mix: boygenius, The National, Baaba Maal, more

All Songs Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 36:50


All Songs Considered's Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, including the return of Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus as boygenius, The National and more.Featured Songs and Artists:1. boygenius: "$20," from the record2. The National: "Tropic Morning News," from First Two Pages of Frankenstein3. Niklas Paschburg & lùisa: "Darkside of the Hill," from Panta Rhei4. Miss Grit: "Lain (phone clone)," from Follow the Cyborg5. Baaba Maal: "Agreement," from Being6. The Hackles: "Damn the word," from What a beautiful thing I have made

Based News Network
Phoebe Bridgers and Bo Burnham Did A Thing

Based News Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 60:21


We got some news on some really epic stuff methinks. Phoebe Bridgers and Bo Burnham did a thingy mayhaps, Andrew Callaghan did an apology thing so we talk about that, then Joe Biden lost some documents but we forgive him because he's a based Democrat socialist guy, and then we talk about epic movies Tar and Puss In Boots Two.   Follow us on instagram: Sophie - joan.of.arca Caio - punkrevolutionnow 

Crisis Twink
"Havana Riseborough Syndrome" w/ Eric Eidelstein

Crisis Twink

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 76:27


Drew welcomes TV writer Eric Eidelstein to discuss this week's cultural emergency: Phoebe Bridgers. The girlies speak out about love quadrangles in the stan age, the blushing monkey emoji, George Michael's raw sexual appeal, and a little miss named Kitara Revache. All this and more on the ninety-sixth episode of Crisis Twink: the only podcast intelligent and sexy enough to fix a culture in crisis. Follow Crisis Twink on Twitter and Instagram. Follow Drew on Twitter and Instagram. Follow Eric on Twitter and Instagram. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crisis-twink/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crisis-twink/support

I'm Screaming!
I'm Screaming Give Miley Cyrus Her Flowers!

I'm Screaming!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 59:48


Catching up on a lot this episode! Selena is dating a Chainsmoker! Miley's new era is here! Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal have (allegedly) split and she is (allegedly) now dating Bo Burnham! Plus you get our thoughts on the Golden Globes and award season thus far plus reviews of the most recent TV/movies we've been watching!

Sounds!
What a Day! The National, Arlo Parks und boygenius kündigen neue Alben an!

Sounds!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 163:49


Okay, was ist da heute kurz vor unserer Sendung genau passiert? Die Ereignisse überschlagen sich, neue Musik flattert im Minutentakt in unsere Mailbox: gleich drei riesige Indie-Acts kündigen praktisch gleichzeitig ihre neuen Alben an. Die News in der Übersicht: * Am 31. März veröffentlicht die Indie-Supergroup boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers , Lucy Dacus und Julien Baker ) ihr erstes gemeinsames Album «the record», welches sie heute mit gleich 3 (!) Singles angekündigt haben * Im April liefern The National ihr langerwartetes neuntes Album «First Two Pages of Frankenstein» * Ende Mai präsentiert Arlo Parks, unser «Artist to Watch » von 2021, ihren Zweitling «My Soft Machine». Auch daraus gibt's in der heutigen Sendung schon eine erste Single zu hören.

Switched on Pop
SZA's Endless Melody

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 29:51


Why does SZA's latest album SOS hit different? It's the way her melodies don't repeat where you expect them to, defying all the rules of pop songwriting. We break down how her endless melodies echo the intimate themes of her most recent release, and how they connect to genres ranging from gospel to Wagnerian opera. Songs Discussed SZA - Kill Bill, SOS, Shirt, Notice Me, Seek & Destroy, Gone Girl, Low, Smoking on My Ex Pack, Ghost in the Machine (ft Phoebe Bridgers), F2F Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy Taylor Swift - Anti-Hero Jazmine Sullivan - Girl Like Me (ft H.E.R.) Summer Walker - No Love (ft. SZA) Jessye Norman - Isoldes Liebestod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Comments by Celebs
Ep. 318: More Shameless Red Carpet Flirting in 2023

Comments by Celebs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 50:02


Emma and Julie begin by discussing Amelia Dimoldenberg's now viral red carpet interviews with Andrew Garfield. (Watch both videos in order below to understand context.)  Andrew x Amelia video #1: https://twitter.com/sairated/status/1613449896824119297?s=42&t=qeX7lyPtukbNHOS4Tfwfjw Andrew x Amelia video #2: https://twitter.com/ameliadimz/status/1613285658415759361?s=42&t=qeX7lyPtukbNHOS4Tfwfjw The Critic's Choice Awards were happening mid-recording, so there was only a brief discussion on the red carpet fashion.  Referenced necklace discourse: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRpRBf1W/  They then discuss the devastating news that Lisa Marie Presley has passed away suddenly at age 54. Our thoughts and hearts are with her loved ones at this time.  Lisa Marie's 2022 essay on grief: https://people.com/music/lisa-marie-presley-was-destroyed-by-son-benjamins-death-grief-essay/  Then - a conversation on some relationship updates: Lori Harvey x Damson Idris (and her bday party), EmRata & Eric Andre's date, and Phoebe Bridgers & Bo Burnham.  EmRata/Eric Andre: https://www.tmz.com/2023/01/09/emily-ratajkowski-date-night-eric-andre-comedian-after-pete-davidson/ Phoebe Bridgers/Bo Burnham: http://www.justjared.com/photo-gallery/4881166/phoebe-bridgers-bo-burnham-catch-flight-amid-dating-rumors-03/ Kardashian recap includes the news that Kanye has apparently married Yeezy architect Bianca Censori, Chicago's 5th birthday party, Kim's IG story quotes, Kelsey's Jersey Shore birthday party, the Alix Earle of it all, and more.  Jersey Shore bday party: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRpRBf1W/  Highlighted Black-Owned Business: Renowned renowned.la To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Spinner's Club
Abundance Blows (feat. tr3yai) - Confessions on a Dance Floor

Spinner's Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 115:07


Surprise! 2023 is here and Spinner's Club is (hopefully) back after hiatus caused by Max. For the year's first episode Lizzie and Max brought on a very special guest, Trey, to discuss our 2023 vibes, the horrors of 2022, MTG v Dr. Dre, three high profile court cases, the ongoing Phoebe Bridgers love triangle, and the hot topic of nepotism babies.For the main event, Lizzie, Max, and Trey discuss what brought them together, 2012 tumblr and Madonna, specifically, her critically acclaimed tenth studio album, Confessions on a Dance Floor.

Shameless
“False!!!!! But also slay”

Shameless

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 58:38


Hello, everyone! We're baaaaack! And boy do we have some catching up to do. Paul Mescal and Phoebe Bridgers may well be over, we obviously need to talk about the Fitzroy Garage Party, a former reality star and another white powder scandal, and then, since when did Selena Gomez and Nicola Peltz Beckham become best friends? Plus, the fast rise of Tiktoker Alix Earle, the Bachelors premieres to dismal ratings and a real housewife finds herself behind real bars. This week, Mich recommended Sports Bizarre's Melbourne Cup episode, Wednesday on Netflix, and Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson. Zara recommended Bodies of Light by Jennifer Down, You Be Mother by Meg Mason, ‘The Greatest Life Hacks in the World (for Now)' by David Brooks, and this Ben Simmons profile.  Big thanks to Pureology for making this episode possible. If you're interested in incorporating Pureology's Beach Waves Sugar Spray in your hair styling routine you can purchase it in salon, or online at Adore Beauty. Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘follow' on Apple and Spotify. (Bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too!)  Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else. Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLT  Join our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/  Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/ Write to the Shameless Mailbag: Email hello@shamelessmediaco.com Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.

Who? Weekly
Tommie Lee, Lor3nzo Lamas & The Maras?

Who? Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 69:48 Very Popular


M3GAN SLAYED THE BOX OFFICE, but she wasn't invited to the Louis Vuitton & W Magazine Awards Season Dinner in Los Angeles? I'm sorry, that seems very wrong! All these dang Whos were there.. and yet, no M3GAN... Maybe she was in Bedford, NY alongside the Maras and Jerry Seinfeld's sister fighting to stop Richard Gere from building cell phone tower. MAYBE she leaked Billy Bush's latest hot mic debacle? Or maybe she was helping Paula Abdul sell Tommie Lee's stolen sunglasses designs at CES... Or appearing on MTV's latest 'gay wrong' reality series? Spreading rumors about Phoebe Bridgers, Paul Mescal, Bo Burnham and Lorene Scafaria? Meeting up with Leo and Lorenzo Lamas' daughter at the club? Tagging Lakeith Stanfield's new fiancé on Instagram? At Ashley Olsen's secret wedding? Congratulating Jessie J & Rumor Willis? Grabbing a stepstool for Jason and Grayson Oppenheim? God, M3GAN IS EVERYWHERE! SLAY! Call in at 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns for a future episode of Who's There. Support us and get a TON of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Beetroot Juice Podcast
Reviewing Amine's Concert, New Year Ins and Outs and More! | Episode 86

Beetroot Juice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 75:41


Episode 86! Timestamps: (1:04) Beetroot Juice Announcement (5:08) An interesting “Would You Rather?” (14:52) Top 3 Tracks (Part 1) (19:36) Joel's Ins and Outs for the new year (25:20) Yusuf almost met Ciaran (29:12) Top 3 Tracks (Part 2) (36:42) Amine concert review (42:59) Our Favourite concerts from last year (60:18) What we've been watching including Avatar, Survivor and Glass Onion

Endless Scroll
Our 2023 Forecast

Endless Scroll

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 70:17


For our first ep of the new year, we make some (mostly cursed) predictions about what 2023 will entail for music. Where's Phoebe Bridgers going? Who will Jack Antonoff taint next? Are mega-canceled bands gonna make comebacks? AI in music? All that and more. 

I've Been Meaning to Listen To That
RERELEASE. Phoebe Bridgers: Punisher (w/ Addie Weyrich)

I've Been Meaning to Listen To That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 95:05


This week on "I've Been Meaning To Listen To That", Andrew, Sean, & Michael review PUNISHER by PHOEBE BRIDGERS with special guest Addie Weyrich! Plus Andrew, Michael, Sean, & Addie discuss Phoebe Bridger's use of specificity in her lyricism, the purpose of celebration, and get very very vulnerable about heartbreak, their place in religion, and the state of the world! Thank you for tuning in to our podcast in 2022. New episodes will be released in April or May 2023! Michael's Pick: So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings by Caroline Polachek Andrew's Pick: Words Ain't Enough & Bored by Tessa Violet Addie's Pick: It's a Good Day (To Fight the System) by Shungudzo & Night Shift by Lucy Dacus Sean's Pick: Not by Big Thief Edited by Andrew Ambrose Lee Follow Andrew Ambrose Lee on Instagram (@aundrewalee) Follow Michael Limentato on Twitter (@limentaco) & Instagram (@limentaco) Follow Sean Wilkinson on Instagram (@diabetictwink) Follow Stefanie Senior on Instagram (@stefmsenior) & Twitter (@stefmsenior) Cover Art by Olivia Jensen (Twitter: @oliviaaj22, Instagram: @oliviajensen_art) Theme Song by OTNES (Twitter: @mxotnes Instagram: @mxotnes) Listen to our I've Been Meaning To Listen to That (And I Did!) Playlist Follow us at (@ibmtltt) on Facebook, Tiktok & Instagram, and email us at ivebeenmeaningtolistentothat@gmail.com Have a good daaay!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ibmtltt/message

Nina, Hannah, & Emily in Paris
Petit-sode: Phoebe, Paul, Bo, John... and Us

Nina, Hannah, & Emily in Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 16:23


It's time for another palette-cleanser! Enjoy this petit-sode (english translation: mini-episode) about the much-discussed Phoebe Bridgers/Paul Mescal/Bo Burnhum drama. We have no new information, nothing is real, we can never know, etc, etc, etc, BUT ALSO — feelings are feelings! If you want to see the Twitter thread about John Mulaney and the context of his career as an observational comic that was mentioned in the episode, click here.  Full link: https://twitter.com/HopeRehak/status/1435602137577361413?s=20&t=cI1pGIBZZzoMzGcb9CMA5AAs always you can email us at emilyinparispod@gmail.com if there's something you want us to do a petit-sode on and we'll tackle it! Until, then please leave us a review and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! As of this season, you can connect with us over instagram @emilyinparispod. And you can email us at emilyinparispod@gmail.com to leave us a voice memo reflection on this season of Emily in Paris, too! If you voice memo is episode-specific, let us know in the email body so we don't get any spoilers! We're watching one at a time, but we're also doing it in one week so we can get you your recaps in a timely fashion!Happy listening!Support the show

Ready to Be Petty
Episode 125: Petty about Emily in Paris (season 3), Chris Olsen and Meghan Trainor, and Pizza Box Scandals

Ready to Be Petty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 52:09 Very Popular


In episode 125, Torry (she/her) discusses the last two episodes of season 2 of The Sex Lives of College Girls (9:39), season 3 of Emily in Paris (17:33), and a Kardashian news round-up, including Landon Barker and Charli D'Amelio getting back together, the Christmas Eve party, and Kim's recent podcast appearances (23:11). Next, she covers updates on Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal's relationship (32:49), The Try Guys (34:22), and Chris Olsen and Meghan Trainor's relationship (36:43). Then Torry nominates Greta Thunberg for Pettyweight Champion of the Week for clapping back at Andrew Tate and shares her own pizza box scandal from when she was a Resident Advisor (42:51). Finally, Torry shares her This Week in Petty about cooking over the holidays with her family (47:22). Looking for more exclusive content? Join our Patreon for an extra episode a week! This week's episode covers: 2023 pop culture predictions with Kirsten MacInnis of Mess Magnets. Enjoyed the discussion about The Sex Lives of College Girls? Listen to Torry and Maddy from Parked Car Convos discuss season 2, episodes 1-8 on episode 121. This episode features a promo from 2 Cents Critic. Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Buy an RTBP Starbucks cup or keychain on Etsy. Follow RTBP on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you. Ready to Be Petty is a Playlyst Studios Original.

Pump Up The Jam Podcast
EP 60: BROCKHAMPTON|Honey Dijon|Phoebe Bridgers|Little Simz|Ibrahim Maalouf|SZA|Connie Constance

Pump Up The Jam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 56:10


Jess and Sam rap up the year with the final episode of 2022. Jess talks about the "madness" of the Suggs DJ gig she went to, Sam steals Jess's thunder, not once, but twice. They both wish you, dear listener, a very happy 2023.

Perfect Cents Podcast
So Long 2022, Hello 2023!

Perfect Cents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 23:15


Should auld acquaintance be forgot... Join Alex & Brit as they wrap-up Season 3 and share the final updates on their annual goals! On this episode of the Perfect Cents Podcast our co-hosts recap the 52-Week Savings Challenge and their respective 22 for 2022 lists, all while reflecting on the biggest wins of the year and revealing the lessons they learned throughout the process. Additionally, they drop some hints about the 2023 Debt Payoff challenge that they will be embarking on in the New Year. Tune in to get the encouragement YOU need to keep working towards your goals and set the course for another year of continued personal and professional growth... because checking in on your goals and adjusting them when needed, just makes Perfect Cents! To check out some of the resources highlighted in this episode visit the links below. To read the Beyond Everyday Banking "52-Week Savings Challenge" blog and download the fillable PDF tracker visit: https://blog.safecu.org/52-week-savings-challenge *Note: 23 for 2023 is inspired by the Happier with Gretchen Rubin Podcast. For more information visit: https://gretchenrubin.com/resources To learn more about Food Literacy Center visit: https://www.foodliteracycenter.org/ To find a blood donation site near you visit: https://www.vitalant.org/ To contact the hosts, email us at Podcast@safecu.org  To register for an upcoming Financial Wellness webinar visit: https://www.safecu.org/community/events To learn more about SAFE Credit Union products and services visit: https://www.safecu.org/  Bonus! Alex's Top 5 Songs of 2022 1) Antihero, Taylor Swift 2) Eddie, Red Hot Chili Peppers 3) This Is Why, Paramore 4) Sidelines, Phoebe Bridgers 5) I Want a Dog, Weezer

E.W. Conundrum's Troubadours and Raconteurs Podcast
Episode 502 Featuring Serf William - Fiddler, Educator, Chicken Coup Builder, and Our Resident Historian

E.W. Conundrum's Troubadours and Raconteurs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 59:00


Episode 502 also includes an E.W. Essay titled "Slide-Trombone." We share a poem titled "A Forest of Berlin" by Brenda Coultas published in the December 2022 issue of Harper's Magazine. We have an E.W. Poem called "Wind-Stream." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Thelonious Monk, John Beasley, Nellie McKay, Lyle Lovett & Kat Edmondson, Phoebe Bridgers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Branford Marsalis and Terence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted in the West Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Tell Your Friends and Neighbors. 

On the Tracks with Jen LeFranc CJSF 90.1 FM
On the Tracks with Jen LeFranc December 21, 2022

On the Tracks with Jen LeFranc CJSF 90.1 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 119:52


New music from Haley Blaise, Colin and Caroline, Joshua Hyslop, Foy Vance, Ari Hest, Alanis Morrisette, Wild Rivers, Carlotte Cornfield Laura Reznek and music from Phoebe Bridgers, K.D. Lang,Rufus Wainwright and more!

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 231 - The Holiday Special

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 182:12


Nat King Cole "The Christmas Song"Jon Spencer "Big Yule Log"Clarence Carter "Back Door Santa"Ella Fitzgerald "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"Mac McCaughan "Down We Go (Sledding Song)"Otis Gibbs "Color Wheel"Darlene Love "Marshmallow World (1963)"Count Basie "Good Morning Blues"Sufjan Stevens "We're Going to the Country!"Billy Briggs "North Pole Boogie"Charlie Parr "Slim Tall's Christmas On The Lam"Soltero "Songs of the Season"Esther Phillips "Far away christmas blues"Kermit Ruffins "Little Drummer Boy"Ted Hawkins "Golden Sun"She & Him "The Christmas Waltz"Lucinda Williams "Blue Christmas"Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Dawn McCarthy "Christmas Eve Can Kill You"John Fahey "Go I Will Send Thee (Instrumental)"JD McPherson "Hey Skinny Santa!"Squirrel Nut Zippers "Hanging Up My Stockings"Tom Waits "Silent Night"Willie Nelson "Pretty Paper"Valerie June "Winter Wonderland"Bessie Smith "At the Christmas Ball"Albert King "Santa Claus Wants Some Loving"Kitty Wells "Christmas Ain't Like Christmas Anymore"Brown Bird "The Old Church Bell"Phoebe Bridgers "7 O'Clock News / Silent Night"Huey 'Piano' Smith and The Clowns "'Twas the Night Before Christmas"Andrew Bird "Alabaster"John Prine "Christmas In Prison"The Both "Nothing Left to Do (Let's Make This Christmas Blue)"Kathleen Edwards "It's Christmastime (Let's Just Survive)"Buck Owens "Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy"Les Paul & Mary Ford "Jungle Bells (Dingo-Dongo-Day) [Bonus Track]"The Staple Singers "No Room At the Inn"Hank Williams "At the First Fall of Snow"Louis Armstrong "'Zat You Santa Claus?"Merle Haggard "Daddy Won't Be Home Again For Christmas"Dinah Washington "Ole Santa - Single Version"Johnny Cash "The Ballad of the Harp Weaver"James Brown "Let's make christmas mean something this year pts. 1&2"Joel Paterson "Christmas Time Is Here"Nina Nastasia "Handmade Card"Vic Chesnutt "White Christmas"Low "Just Like Christmas"

Bustle
Phoebe Bridgers & Paul Mescal's Zodiac Signs Make So Much Sense Together

Bustle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 7:37


Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal astrological compatibility is pretty strong, thanks to their opposite zodiac signs.

We Dig Music
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 12 - Super Mega Best of 2022 Christmas Special!

We Dig Music

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 131:38


We're in the last days of 2022 AD and as such it's time for us to talk about our favourite songs of the year! It's been yet another amazing year for music and each of us could easily have submitted a top 30 on our own rather than keeping it to 10 each, but that would have taken even longer for Colin to edit so thankfully we kept it to 10...We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Colin's wife Helen, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them back to Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order.She also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - Arctic Monkeys, The Asteroid No. 4, Astrel K, Author & Punisher, Andrew Bird Ft. Phoebe Bridgers, Rachel Chinouriri, CLT DRP, Crippled Black Phoenix, Cult Of Luna, Dystopian Future Movies, Enablers, Natalie Evans, Ex-Vöid, FES, Ghost, Grave Lines, Just Mustard, Kathryn Joseph, Melt Yourself Down, Metric, Nordic Giants Ft. Alex Hedley, Beth Orton, Paledusk, Peaness, Psychonaut, Taylor Swift, Devin Townsend, Tropical F*ck Storm and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Viagra Boys, & White Ward.Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7eb2y8sQtL1znst8CPrDlF?si=a3595d51d2fc40f7Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

We Made This
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 12 - Super Mega Best of 2022 Christmas Special!

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 131:38


We're in the last days of 2022 AD and as such it's time for us to talk about our favourite songs of the year! It's been yet another amazing year for music and each of us could easily have submitted a top 30 on our own rather than keeping it to 10 each, but that would have taken even longer for Colin to edit so thankfully we kept it to 10...We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Colin's wife Helen, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them back to Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order.She also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - Arctic Monkeys, The Asteroid No. 4, Astrel K, Author & Punisher, Andrew Bird Ft. Phoebe Bridgers, Rachel Chinouriri, CLT DRP, Crippled Black Phoenix, Cult Of Luna, Dystopian Future Movies, Enablers, Natalie Evans, Ex-Vöid, FES, Ghost, Grave Lines, Just Mustard, Kathryn Joseph, Melt Yourself Down, Metric, Nordic Giants Ft. Alex Hedley, Beth Orton, Paledusk, Peaness, Psychonaut, Taylor Swift, Devin Townsend, Tropical F*ck Storm and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Viagra Boys, & White Ward.Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7eb2y8sQtL1znst8CPrDlF?si=a3595d51d2fc40f7Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

95bFM
A Merry Morning Glory w/ Liam and Milly: December 19, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


Today on a special Morning Glory, The Wire get's cancelled due to the news simply finishing! Nothing is happening anymore! It's a christmas miracle, so Pullitzer Prize losing journalists Liam and Milly get both sad and festive AT THE SAME TIME!  Christmas has come early, featuring some indie tunes of the festive nature and some skramz bangers somehow also of the festive nature! Featuring tunes from Erny Belle, Phoebe Bridgers, Reel Big Fish, and My Chemical Romance on their Yo Gabba Gabba debut. Thanks Tuning Fork!

Deux U
Henry Cavill, Theo James, Phoebe Bridgers + Bo Burnham w/ Jerry O' Connell

Deux U

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 73:46 Very Popular


Joining the Deux U classroom this week is American actor and television host, Jerry O' Connell (Stand By Me, The Real Love Boat, The Talk). We're discussing the week's hottest topics, including:  Phoebe Bridgers + Bo Burnham Dua Lipa + Jack Harlow  Theo James + Aubrey Plaza intel Henry Cavill + The Witcher  Paige DeSorbo + Craig Conover  Jerry's celebrity dating history + PR relationships Emily Ratajkowski + Pete Davidson Listen for never-before-heard or read information! Follow Deux @Deuxmoi To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pop Culture Happy Hour
SZA's SOS

Pop Culture Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 17:59 Very Popular


It's been five years since the artist SZA released her debut album Ctrl. Her new album SOS is home to 23 tracks that seamlessly blends pop, R&B, hip-hop, and dips into rock and pop-punk along the way. It features appearances by Travis Scott, Phoebe Bridgers, Don Toliver, and the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.

The James McMahon Music Podcast
Episode 101: Charlie Steen, Shame

The James McMahon Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 26:52


I was lucky enough to hear an advance copy of Shame's forthcoming third album, Food For Worms, last week. It's not on general release until February 24th, 2023, and when it is it'll be on the Dead Oceans label, but such is it's brilliance – no hype, it is incredible - I thought I'd give singer Charlie Steen a shout to talk a little more about it. And an illuminating chat it was – about working with Phoebe Bridgers, body image, prescription drugs, and, if nothing else, I now know where to head to in Brixton if I'm craving, as I find I nearly always am, jerk chicken. The audio is a bit scratchier than usual - Charlie is on his phone - but then, this is a place of rock ‘n' roll, not a nunnery. Consider this a teaser for 2023's first great rock album, today. Enjoy the episode you guys…[Unsurprisingly, my 2021 podcast series Shame gets a few nods on the episode. If you've never heard my episodic exploration of the emotion shame, and you'd like to, head to this episode here, and just keep playing for the next 15 episodes!] Twitter - @jamesjammcmahon Substack - https://spoook.substack.com

PAUSE IT PLAY IT // The 1975 Podcast

This week we're talking The 1975 News, the retro inspirations behind this song, if it's one of the least The 1975 songs released and if all the Matty-isms have been taken out the lyricsDiscussion starts at 15:38Lyric discussion starts at 34:08// Thank you everyone who has listened around the world //  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & Tik Tok @the1975pod // email pauseitplayitpod@gmail.com //  Follow us //  Josh - @jshwllm //  Matt - @jewkneeor // 

DRAMA. with Connor & Dylan MacDowell
“You're Our Guy” with Aaron Tveit

DRAMA. with Connor & Dylan MacDowell

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 63:42


Dylan and Connor are joined by Tony Award Winner Aaron Tveit (Moulin Rouge the Musical, Next to Normal). It finally happened, y'all. Aaron Tveit is on the podcast. Listen in as the guys meet and discuss EVERYTHING. They do a deep dive into Aaron's career – starting with Rent on tour, Hairspray, Wicked, and Next to Normal. Aaron shares memories from guest starring as Tripp Van der Bilt on Gossip Girl, playing Roger in Rent at the Hollywood Bowl, and being Danny in Grease Live on Fox. Dylan of course gets into the details of Catch Me If You Can, Aaron's long journey to the Tonys, and the group's collective adoration for Gavin Creel. The possibility of another album from Aaron, Phoebe Bridgers' music, dream casting Tveit as Emcee in the Cabaret revival, and even some Bravo drama are all on the table. Aaron is open and authentic in this rare podcast appearance. Catch him back on Broadway starting in January in his Tony-winning role of Christian in Moulin Rouge!Subscribe to DRAMA+ for bonus episodes, Instagram Close Friends content, and more!Follow Aaron on Twitter & InstagramFollow DRAMA. on Twitter & Instagram & TiktokFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by Dylan

My Favourite Elliott Smith Song
S5 Ep12: Lauren McCarthy

My Favourite Elliott Smith Song

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 25:13


Our guest for our final episode of this season is Lauren McCarthy.  Lauren is the Executive Editor of Nylon, a publication that covers fashion, entertainment and music. Through her work, Lauren has the enviable opportunity of interviewing some of the most exciting artists working today - people like Phoebe Bridgers, Beabadoobee and Snail Mail.   One interesting thing Lauren has noticed through her work is the enduring influence on these younger musicians of Elliott Smith. So, for this final episode of the season, we look to the future. We ask why it is that Elliott still lives on so strongly in the minds of this new generation of artists, as well as of course talking about Lauren's favourite song pick too.  Thanks for all your support over the course of this season! Extra things to look at / listen to:  Waltz #2 (XO) by Elliott Smith XO by Elliott Smith  Check out Lauren's work on Nylon Follow Lauren on Instagram Subscribe to our newsletter Our cover today comes from Sparky Bosque - listen to it here My Favourite Elliott Smith Song is produced by Rob Comba and Elizabeth Withstandley. Find us on social media @myfavesmithsong.

Monocle 24: The Monocle Culture Show
Who has the best Christmas song of 2022?

Monocle 24: The Monocle Culture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 30:00


Robert Bound is joined by Georgie Rogers and Will Hodgkinson for their annual festive review of the season's music releases including albums and singles from Backstreet Boys, Phoebe Bridgers and Lizzo.

The First Ever Podcast
The First Ever XMAS Radio Hour

The First Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 62:38


On this weeks radio hour Jeremy plays holiday songs by Phoebe Bridgers, Titus Andronicus, Low, Pedro the Lion, Julien Baker, Ramones, Weezer, Christian Lee Hutson, The Beths, Future Islands, Manchester Orchestra, 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!

Too Much Rock
Too Much Rock Podcast #629

Too Much Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022


Podcast #629 is the 2022 Christmas Spectacular. This year we have 32 festive soon-to-be favorites from Titus Andronicus, Superkick, Boyracer, Vista Blue, The Dollyrots, Creem Circus, The Voltz, Swansea Sound, Lisa Mychols & Super 8, The Puppini Sisters, The Surfrajettes, The Photocopies, Stupidity, Cindy Lawson, Stop Calling Me Frank, Beebe Gallini, The Krayolas, The Figgs, Shy Bits, Modesty Blaise, Corvair, L.A. Exes, The Hannah Barberas, The Shop Window, Silver Biplanes, The Boy Least Likely To, The Reds Pinks and Purples, Sunturns, Rosie Thomas, Phoebe Bridgers, Daniel Gum, & Peggy Lee.

Lune The Pod
Nathaniel's Top Five

Lune The Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:17


On this week's episode, Nathaniel talks about his end of year top five most listened to, and about how saring music is cool. Wilco: https://wilcohq.bandcamp.com/album/cruel-country Murder By Death: https://murderbydeath.bandcamp.com/ Phoebe Bridgers: https://phoebebridgers.bandcamp.com/ The Rutabega: https://theseknottylines.bandcamp.com/music Lune The Band: https://lunetheband.bandcamp.com/ I Don't Speak German: https://idontspeakgerman.libsyn.com/ It Could Happen Here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-it-could-happen-here-30717896/ Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-cool-people-who-did-cool-96003360/

The New Exchange with Ken Grand-Pierre
Charlie Gunn on the creation of The Forty-Five (Bonus)

The New Exchange with Ken Grand-Pierre

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 44:38


Charlie Gunn is an entertainment journalist/editor from London who's founded an incredible new outlet called The Forty-Five. It's an online music magazine that focuses on the creative exploits of women, women-identifying and non-binary people; specifically through the lens of writers and photographers who're also part of those communities. Kicking off during the covid pandemic, The Forty-Five operates as an outlier in the music world, with a high level of quality across its features that celebrate the multitudes of everyone involved. In just a few short months, the mag has had incredible features showcasing the likes of Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, St Vincent, Amber Mark, Lykke Li, and more, yes, seriously more. On this bonus episode, editor-in-chief Charlie Gunn shares her vision with me, and the importance of betting on yourself in times of uncertainty. Be sure to give The Forty-Five a follow on Instagram and Twitter so you don't miss out on upcoming features. Also, remember to also check out The Forty-Fives Patreon page for early drops on interviews, bonus content, and more.

PAUSE IT PLAY IT // The 1975 Podcast

God we love this songAnd we get into the stylised production, singles and chart placements and have a chat about the band's current anticsDiscussion starts at Lyric discussion starts at // Thank you everyone who has listened around the world //  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & Tik Tok @the1975pod // email pauseitplayitpod@gmail.com //  Follow us //  Josh - @jshwllm //  Matt - @jewkneeor //  

Grammar Matters and Stuff That Isn't Funny

Sharpen your #2 pencils! In this ep, Mat and Tim talk about THRMFTing – a method of listening to music more actively!SONGS PLAYED:Vulfpeck - Wait For the MomentLouis Cole - Let It HappenTwinkle Twinkle Little StarPunch Brothers - Movement and LocationDua Lipa - Don't Start NowNadia Batson - FatttManchester Orchestra - I Can Feel a Hot OneJohn Denver - Leaving On a Jet PlaneOne Direction - Story of My LifeColdplay - Fix YouLeonard Cohen - HallelujahVulfpeck - The Sweet ScienceKendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank)Coldplay - True LoveMUNA - Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)Sponsored by Spotify.

Helga
Bartees Strange

Helga

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 54:15


I was making it for the people who feel like they don't really get a shot or are not seen, talked about, or cared about at all.   Even with his surging popularity in indie and rock scenes, Bartees Strange strives to bring his music to unexpected audiences and to tease apart the racial boundaries between them. He reckons with the concept of what it means to write music for the kids who are not seen, heard, or cared about.  In this episode, Stange talks about growing up on a military base in England, working in the labor and climate movements in D.C., and how seeing an appearance by TV on the Radio on the Late Show with David Letterman was the cheat code for writing his own music.  References: NSYNC Backstreet Boys Cleopatra (Group) "Cleopatra Comin At Ya" 50 Cent Get Rich Or Die Tryin Linkin Park Tunde Adebimpe Parliament Sun Ra Brothers Johnson Beach House Slowdive ”Super Spirit” by Junie Morrison and George Clinton Burial Gorgon City Courtney Barnett Phoebe Bridgers Lucy Dacus Car Seat Headrest The National Mahershala Ali Fugazi Beauty Pill Chuck Brown Moses Sumney Serpent with Feet Tasha Wow - L'Rain Dan Kleederman TK Johnson John Daise

Grief is a Sneaky Bitch
Krissy Teegerstrom | I Was Already Everything

Grief is a Sneaky Bitch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 58:41


In today's episode, I explore the creative response to loss and trauma with my dear friend, artist, and former GSB podcast guest Krissy Teegerstrom. In A Grief Journey Delayed in Season 1, Krissy explored the delayed and disenfranchised grief over the death of her father. Not long after that conversation, Krissy came to recognize the unnamed neglect and emotional abuse by her mother in the wake of her father's death. In this episode, she speaks openly and vulnerably about coming to grips with the resulting grief and trauma she endured, and the difficult, oftentimes painful, but profoundly healing journey she's been on ever since. All of that led to her following her intuition to create one of the most exquisite and deeply profound one-of-a-kind experiential art exhibitions, entitled I Was Already Everything EPISODE RESOURCESKrissy Teegerstrom is a self-taught artist who lives in Austin. In 2017, she returned to her native state of Texas after living in New York City and the Bay Area.Drawing inspiration through her intuition, faith in the unseen, and a connection to the natural world, Krissy creates by hand with pencil, paper, paint, thread and fabric, sewing on her 1948 Singer Featherweight sewing machine. She is dedicated to sustainability, utilizing secondhand materials in the majority of her work. Her artwork includes murals, collage, drawings and sculpture. Her design work, under the name Featherweight Studio, focuses primarily on clothing. Clients and collaborators include Eddie Vedder, Phoebe Bridgers, X, Heritage Boot, Tellason Denim and Wrong Marfa.You can learn about her work at: www.featherweightstudio.comJUMP STRAIGHT INTO(04:03) - Krissy's ideal way of dealing with sadness and loss. (09:52) - Grief and trauma as a form of revelation of other Krissy's loss(16:13) - The moment Krissy realized it was the time to heal(20:22) - Krissy reclaims her artistic side and creativity as instruments for healing and self-awareness. (28:33) - Important symbolism that Krissy uses in her artwork to convey feelings (36:16) - Krissy's work as a safe space for us to be vulnerableSTAY CONNECTED 1) SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST on your favorite platform so you don't miss an episode. If you love the show, I'd love to invite you to leave a rating and write a review. 2) STAY UP TO DATE on the podcast and all the grief support offered by our host, Lisa Keefauver, by signing up for her Not-So-Regular Newsletter at lisakeefauver.com/newsletter. 3) IF YOU'RE FEELING SOCIAL, you can find her on all your favorite social channels too.@lisakeefauvermsw on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok. Check out her tweets @lisakeefauver Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Jimmy Eat Pod
Jimmy Ate Pod 043 PREVIEW: Fall Album Series, Episode 4

Jimmy Eat Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:49


We've crossed the halfway mark of our Fall Albums series over on Patreon! This week David talks about Phoebe Bridgers‘ 2017 album Stranger in the Alps. David waxes poetic about King Phoebe over the course of this haunting masterpiece, and Justin wrestles with whether or not he loves her or is frightened of her. TheRead More

Reading During Recess
”A Series of Unfortunate Events” Part 6: Books 12-13 by Lemony Snicket

Reading During Recess

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 81:43


In the words of Phoebe Bridgers, “the end is here!” After a brief hiatus, our final episode on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events is complete. We travel to a literary hotel (The Penultimate Peril) to meet up with some old friends and get one last lesson on the incompetence of the adult world. Then, we shipwreck onto a desert island and unravel a few final mysteries about the Baudelaires and VFD (The End). Memento mori. https://linktr.ee/Readingduringrecess Find our show on Twitter @reading_recess Find our show on Instagram @reading_recess Find Sarah on Twitter @sarahebba25 and on Instagram @sarahebba Find Terri on Twitter @TerriCLaRue and on Instagram @tc_larue Email us at readingduringrecesspod@gmail.com

95bFM
Morning Glory w/ Liam: 5th December, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022


Back on the airwaves after a resoundingly succesful and not-at-all messy Morning Glory debut last week! Just good tunes for a cloudy summer morning, plus a little christmas festivity courtesy of Phoebe Bridgers. Features The Entertainment Guide thanks to Ding Dong Lounge, the news, and Pet Shop Boys. Thanks to The Tuning Fork

Coffee With A&J
Leah Jean

Coffee With A&J

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 15:21


This week, Ally and Jamie are joined by Nashville-based singer/songwriter Leah Jean. Tune in for an acoustic version of Leah's song "Black and White" and to hear more about her forthcoming album Creatures In The Room, how she balances various passions and more!About Leah Jean:Indie-Folk artist Leah Jean uses jazz-infused guitar riffs mixed with lo-fi and experimental elements to create dreamy and complex backdrops for her poignant and relatable stories. Inspired by musicians and artists such as Kimbra, Kacey Musgraves, and Phoebe Bridgers, Jean writes songs that are tinged with melancholy, rooted in nostalgia, and possess a keen sense of brave vulnerability. Support the show

Rich and Daily
Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster Nightmare

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 13:28


It's a difficult time to be a Swiftie right now. After pre-sale tickets for Taylor Swift's “Eras” tour were released on Tuesday, the rush to snag seats was wild, resulting in a record-breaking sales day for Ticketmaster. The "historically unprecedented" demand caused fans to wait hours to get tickets, and resell prices from scalpers have rocketed upwards of $25,000. Of course ticketless fans are frustrated, and they're pointing blame at Ticketmaster. Even some politicians have chimed in to criticize the platform, calling it an "unchecked monopoly." So could this outcry cause change in the ticket-selling industry?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ringer Dish
People's Sexiest Man Alive, Cher's New Boyfriend, and Lindsay Lohan's 'Falling for Christmas' | Tea Time

Ringer Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 62:22


People Magazine has crowned Chris Evans as it's 2022 Sexiest Man Alive (1:00). Cher is dating Amber Rose's ex-boyfriend and Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal are reportedly engaged (11:13). This week's Cringe Mode is 'Falling for Christmas,' Lindsay Lohan's first movie since 2013 (25:06). And would you rather participate in a cooking show or host a talk show every night (48:12)? Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Shit Show
Culture Vulture: Phoebe Bridgers, Paul Mescal, & Selena Gomez's New Doco

The Shit Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 17:33


Listen to the full episode on Spotify here. And on Apple Podcasts here. Today a wild story about Luce's bout of Bali belly, a chat about Phoebe Bridgers' & Paul Mescal's 'meet cute' and subsequent engagement, and a big debrief about Selena Gomez's new doco and how it made us feel. Listen wherever you get your pods! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Switched on Pop
The Sound of Sapphism

Switched on Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:45


In the 20th century, queer people had the phrase “are you a friend of Dorothy?” But in 2022, there's the saying “do you listen to girl in red?”  If you're young, queer, or on Tiktok, you might have noticed a growing community of artists and listeners over the past few years under the banner of “sapphic pop,” a term recently coined referring to music by and/or for sapphics (a.k.a. women or femme folks attracted to other femme folks). Journalist Emma Madden defines the folk-inspired sound as having a “soft tactile approach” that's “more sensual than it is sexual.” This umbrella folds in everyone from indie pop veterans Tegan & Sara to nonbinary artists like King Princess; even artists like Hozier and Sufjan Stevens are, improbably, considered sapphic pop, with their music having the same sonic qualities of other songs dedicated to feminine yearning. From articles popping up in multiple news outlets to the majority of Taylor Swift's openers for this upcoming tour (looking at MUNA, girl in red, and Phoebe Bridgers, specifically), the terminology of “sapphic pop” has come to define a scene almost out of nowhere. This week on Switched On Pop, we explore exactly what sapphic pop is, where it came from, and how artists feel about it – even asking Tegan & Sara and King Princess directly. You can listen wherever you get podcasts. — Songs discussed:  Clairo – Sofia King Princess – Talia girl in red – i wanna be your girlfriend Hozier – Cherry Wine (live) Alex G – Sarah The Velvet Underground – I Found A Reason Sufjan Stevens – To Be Alone With You Cris Williamson – Shine On Straight Arrow Jaylib, Madlib, J Dilla – The Red Taylor Swift – betty Brittany Howard – Georgia MUNA, Phoebe Bridgers – Silk Chiffon Tegan & Sara – Call It Off Tegan & Sara – Smoking Weed Alone King Princess – 1950 King Princess – I Hate Myself, I Want To Party King Princess – Pussy is God Kate Bush – Why Should I Love You? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daily Zeitgeist
No Country For Old Trends 11/7: Phoebe Bridgers, Black Friday, DST, Kari Lake, Aaron Carter, Chef Boyardee, Twitter, High Temperatures

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 23:24


In this edition of No Country For Old Trends, Jack and super producer Becca discuss unconfirmed reports that Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal, Walmart's month of Black Fridays, Daylight Savings Time, Kari Lake working from the Trump playbook, Aaron Carter passing away, Biden's "Chef Boyardee" plan, Elon's having a hard time at Twitter HQ, and record high temperatures in NY!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Hunter Daily

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 85:44


We had the pleasure of interviewing Hunter Daily over Zoom video! Los Angeles singer-songwriter Hunter Daily shares her second single, "Before It Falls Apart," a vulnerable and lovelorn admittance of her struggles when it comes to accepting love, largely due to her (as she puts it) pessimistic nature. The track also comes alongside an official music video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L6iiwgFMQY This September, Hunter made her official debut with a brand new single entitled "Die In LA," the first in a series of singles she's releasing via Flush Records. Alongside Executive Producer Jenna Andrews (the hitmaker behind BTS' "Butter" and "Dynamite," in addition to Benee's "Supalonley"), Daily spearheads music that encompasses the romance, heartbreak, and complexity of her hometown. Hunter Daily knows what she wants—to be for others what her favorite artists are for her: a light in the dark. Marrying the earnest folk-pop production of Noah Cyrus with the wistful lyricism of Phoebe Bridgers, Daily is a unique and compelling singer-songwriter with a soundscape that blends 2000's dream-pop with 1960's Laurel Canyon. Daily's music encompasses all the romance, heartbreak, and complexity of her hometown. “Die in LA,” a thumping, piano-laced meditation on the City of Angels, states plainly that “there's more to life than palm trees and looking good at parties.” A layered, church-choir chorus of intricate vocal harmonies —arranged by Daily's Executive Producer Jenna Andrews (the hitmaker behind BTS's “Butter" and "Dynamite," Benee's “Supalonely”, and leading the development of artists like Lennon Stella and Noah Cyrus) — conveys the passion and urgency of her message. Nostalgia, love, heartache, self-discovery, and resilience are ultimately the glowing embers of her songwriting - as expressed in her folk-pop anthem "Age of Depression.” In this song, Hunter juxtaposes the seemingly inescapable mental darkness that comes with hard times, with a hopeful, radiant attitude, asserting to listeners that “the best is yet to come.” These are love songs, torch songs, songs of devotion, all timeless and vividly colored by Daily's sweet yet soulful vocals and lived experience. This is Hunter: raw, fearless, and unguarded. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #HunterDaily #BerforeItFallsApart #BIFA #DieInLA #NewMusic #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

All Songs Considered
A Halloween mix: Phoebe Bridgers and Andrew Bird, Sunny War, John Cale, more

All Songs Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 46:08 Very Popular


All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, including a collaboration between Phoebe Bridgers and Andrew Bird, John Cale's first new album in a decade and more.Featured Songs and Artists:1. Sunny War: "No Reason," from Anarchist Gospel2. Andrew Bird & Phoebe Bridgers: "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain" (Single)3. Seán Barna: "Everyone's a Queen on Halloween" (Single)4. John Cale: "STORY OF BLOOD (feat. Weyes Blood)," from MERCY5. Weyes Blood: "Grapevine," from And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow6. Micah Frank & Chet Doxas: "Ave Maria (Featuring Mary Lattimore)," from The Music of Hildegard von Bingen Part One