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Darrell Craig Harris is a long time pro musician, globally published music journalist, and Getty Images photographer! Darrell has interviewed numerous household names in the music world, from jazz luminaries to global rock and pop superstars. In this series, he’s talking about all things music, with guests from many parts of the music world including artists, record labels, musical instrument manufacturers, music biz insiders and more!
 
Music Matters Media covers all genres of music from pop, R&B and hip-hop to EDM, pop-punk, alternative rock and more! Listen as we discuss music news, album reviews, concert reviews, discover up-and-coming artists and talk about all things music. You can now stream the #MusicMattersMedia podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, iHeartRadio, Pandora and any other platform podcasts are hosted. Make sure to subscribe to catch up on old episodes and stay tuned f ...
 
PLEASE SEND DEMOS TO: demo@blacksoulmusic.com (ONLY Downloadable SoundCloud links will be listened) Leading regional electronic music (underground house, deep house, soulful, tech house and nu disco) record label. The label is established in 2006 and it's owned by Croatia's biggest export in house music Tom Pasanec artist also known as BLACKSOUL / PEZNT. Licensing / Publishing: info@blacksoulmusic.com All inquiries: info@blacksoulmusic.com Check out www.blacksoulmusic.com for more.
 
3 friends hoping to make the world a better place one song at a time. Our musical tastes span a wide variety of genres, many of which aren't played on mainstream radio. We want to bring these sometimes overlooked and unknown artists to you. Music that moves you, music that means something, music that matters.
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed ...
 
The Music SuperCast (MSC) podcast explores the collision of music and image from the perspective of music supervisor, creative director and VP of the Canadian Guild Of Music Supervisors, David Hayman of Supergroup Sonic Branding Co. Candid Conversations. Music Matters Uncensored. Stay Super! Los Angeles // Toronto This is what we are into. What we listen to beyond the charts. What we watch, binge and help create. What we are passionate about. The creators we are curious about. The makers, dr ...
 
The Unity message is universal, uniting, empowering and transformational. Carrying this message to the world with the power of music and song are scores of singers and songwriters who dedicate their extraordinary gifts to helping heal the world and spread the message of unity and oneness. Tune in to Posipalooza: Music That Matters with host Richard Mekdeci to hear the music and the artists who are changing the world, one song at a time.This program is sponsored by Empower Music and Arts.Join ...
 
The Current Music News is the essential daily listen for fans of all genres to catch up on what matters in the music world. Hosts Jay Gabler and Jade break down industry developments to explain how they affect you, fill you in on breaking news about upcoming releases, and surprise you with strange-but-true stories. It’s a quick, fun and informative rundown that will make you think, make you laugh, and help you understand what’s happening onstage and behind the scenes in popular music. There’ ...
 
Do you have a passion for producing, recording, mixing, or mastering music? Do you want to quit your day job so you can focus on your studio full time? Most us are simply musicians who fell into this because of our passion for creating art in the form of better music, better mixes, and better recordings. Very few of us went to business school, have any sort of formal business training, or have experience running businesses in the past. Throughout The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast, Brian Hoo ...
 
Welcome to the Mission Matters Entertainment Podcast with Adam Torres. Interviews are released daily featuring leaders in a 10-15 minute format. Our podcast is designed for busy people on the move. No fluff. All content. Follow Adam on Instagram at Ask Adam Torres for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule. Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast: www.moneymatterstoptips.com/podcastguest
 
CONTACT/BOOKINGS: info@deanyoungmusic.com Dean Young is a Canadian country singer songwriter from Ontario. Young was raised in a musical family and was even showcasing his talents at square dances by the age of 3. While no musical journey is ever an easy one, Young has had his fair share of trials and tribulations. Despite everything Young has persevered and poured his heart and soul into creating his music. From his self-produced EP Young Country (2011), to his recently released debut origi ...
 
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Kate Molleson talks to the pianist Anne Queffelec about one of her life’s passions, Satie, the clarity she observes in French music, and how writing is helping her during lockdown.The musicologist Jillian C. Rogers, author of a new book ‘Resonant Recoveries: French Music and Trauma Between the World Wars’, describes how sound played a role in heali…
 
J-pop and K-pop Mega hit songwriter Mayu Wakisaka chats with Darrell on Music Matters Podcast. Speaking from her home in Tokyo. Mayu and Darrell chat about her tremendous success as a songwriter and as a popular singer. J-pop and K-pop are very different because of their respective languages, and Mayu explains how things are done. Mayu shares infor…
 
On the 176th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Terra Firma" by Tash Sultana, "times" by SG Lewis, and "Ventura" by Sofía Valdés. New singles: "Not Dead Yet" by Lord Huron, "Bed Head" by Manchester Orchestra, "CLOUDS" by NF, and "Caution" by KAYTRANADA Real Cancel Culture in Poland, Dolly Parton takes the high road, and Lauryn Hill hits a legendary mi…
 
My special guest on this episode is Billy Amendola, the editor at large of the long-time popular magazine 'Modern Drummer'. Billy graciously shares personal facts for the first time. His growing friendship with Ringo Star since meeting at Saturday Night Live (SNL). His early music career, the forming in 1974 of the New York City based band 'Mantus'…
 
Tom Service is joined by the artist Edmund de Waal and composer Martin Suckling as they discuss the relationships between the crafts of porcelain and contemporary composition. We hear how Edmund’s book, The White Road, and his work as a master potter, inspired Martin to pen his flute concerto. The American composer, John Corigliano, speaks to Tom a…
 
Tom Service talks to Richard Tognetti, Artistic Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, about the return to concert life Down Under and how he’s putting together a number of high-tech music films in response to the pressures, both artistic and financial, of living under COVID-19.We explore, too, how the pandemic is changing the relationship b…
 
On the 175th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "TYRON" by slowthai, "Glowing In The Dark" by Django Django, and "Who Am I?" by Pale Waves. New singles: "LOCATION" by Karol G, Anuel AA, & J Balvin, "Bang Bang" by Rita Ora & Imanbek, "My Window" by Lucky Daye & Mahalia, and "Missing Out" by Syd. Morgan Wallen continues to reap the benefits of saying the…
 
The Tissues — “Formation 99”, 2020. The Psychedelic Furs — “Wedding Song”, 1980. The Specimen — “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”, 1983. The Wants — “Clearly a Crisis”, 2019. Speedy J — “Pure Energy”, 1997. Architect — “Unhuman”, 2010. Moaan Exis — “Imminent”, 2019. Dino Lenny — “Secret Tapes (Cabaret Nocturne remix)”, 2019. The Cult — “Rain (Two Men Getting S…
 
On the 174th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Medicine at Midnight" by Foo Fighters, "Shiesty Season" by Pooh Shiesty, and "Homegrown" by VanJess. New singles: "Up" by Cardi B, "Recap" by Kito feat VanJess & Channel Tres, "Out of Ordinary" by Oliver Tree, "F.U.C.K." by Victoria Monét, and "Not Around" by Ritt Momney Marilyn Manson faces accusations …
 
Tom Service celebrates the musical legacy of British band leader Ivy Benson in the company of former band members Joyce Terry, Claudia Lang-Colmer, and Carol Gasser, as well as the author Janet Tennant whose new biography, Sax Appeal, is published this month. Ivy rose to fame in the 1940s with her All Girl Band. She and her band members risked thei…
 
It was a real pleasure to chat with Denny....his Dad and Mom inspired and taught me a lot through my interactions with them both at music school in California. So, when I had a chance to chat with Tommy's son Denny about the wonderful film - 'The Wrecking Crew' I couldn't wait to hear about some of the interesting history behind how the film came t…
 
On the 173rd episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "OK Human" by Weezer, "Collapsed In Sunbeams" by Arlo Parks, and "Sound Ancestors" by Madlib. New singles: "driver's license" by Olivia Rodrigo, "All Good" by Francis Arevalo, "Last Day In" by Kodak Black, and "Running" by Jessie Ware & Disclosure Hyperpop pioneer SOPHIE passes away at age 34. The OK Huma…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
Credit: Library of Congress, Carl Van Vechten Collection [LC-USZ62-94955]Kate Molleson talks to Scottish writer and poet Jackie Kay about the extraordinary life of the pioneering blues singer Bessie Smith, and asks what Bessie's blues can tell us a century on. Kate also hears from American composer Meredith Monk about the recurring nature of the bi…
 
My special guest on this episode is a music clearance and licensing expert - Kevin Magowan. Raised in Los Vegas, Nevada, he was fortunate enough to meet Elvis! A born Rocker, as a young man Kevin made his way to Los Angeles, and started his career in the music business with the music publishing legend Al Gallico. Then he went on to Walt Disney Stud…
 
P.T.P — “Rubber Glove Seduction”, 1989. Fad Gadget — “For Whom The Bells Toll (MontCosmik Edit)”, 2018. Cyberaktif — “Nothing Stays”, 1990. Skinny Puppy — “Rodent”, 1988. Tones On Tail — “Go!”, 1984. Twin Tribes — “Shadows”, 2018. The Big Pink — “Velvet”, 2009. Order 89 — “BARBARA”, 2019. Swans — “Love Of Life (Long)”, 2015. Sydney Valette — “Back …
 
On the 172nd episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: ".wav" by Flux Pavilion, "Isles" by Bicep, and "Home" by Rhye. New singles: "How Can I" Paola Proctor, "Mold" by Jónsi, “Lo Vas A Olvidar” by Billie Eilish & Rosalía, and “Ain’t Got Time” by Lil Wayne. Hopefully, a final round up of Trump-related stories: Trump pardons multiple music-related figures. Arie…
 
Darrell was introduced to Yuri through Darrell's performance connection with the well-known traditional Bon Daiko drummer Isaku Kageyama. YURI KAGEYAMA is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, journalist, filmmaker and songwriter of bilingual and bicultural (Japanese and American) upbringing chats with Darrell Craig Harris on Music Matters. Yuri shares…
 
On the 171st episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Nobody Is Listening" by ZAYN, "Heaux Tales" by Jazmine Sullivan, and "Whole Lotta Red" by Playboi Carti. New singles: "Close to You" by Dayglow, and "The Bandit/100,000 People" by Kings of Leon Grammys have been delayed because covid-19 is not being handled in the US (but the Audioface Awards are up on Y…
 
James McMahon was Features Editor of NME in the early 2000s, and the Editor of Kerrang 2011-2017. He now freelances, writing about music, gaming and mental health. We discuss life at NME and Kerrang, the merits of music journalism as an endeavour, the chaotic lifestyle of journalism, what it means to be a music fan, and James's lifelong struggles w…
 
Bleak news on the classical music front this week, including Sir Simon Rattle's departure from the London Symphony Orchestra in favour of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich; and reports that musicians touring in the EU will need work permits for each individual country they perform in. Tom Service talks to Charlotte Higgins of The Guar…
 
Ralphi Rosario is an American house musician and founding member of the influential Chicago DJ group Hot Mix 5, which was formed in 1981. Ralphi is one of a small group that created what is now known as 'House Music' all around the globe. He shares many backstories and thoughts about all the various music industry names he's worked along-side and t…
 
Soft Kill — “Dancing on Glass”, 2018. The Chameleons — “In Shreds”, 1986. The Stranglers — “In the Shadows”, 1978. Carter Tutti Void — “T 3.1”, 2019. Kike am Radar — “O Consierge”, 2019. Eddie Lanzat — “Dance of the Depressed and Lonely (D.Y.O.R. Re-interpretation)”, 2018. IRIS — “Third Strike (Neuroticfish mix)”, 2019. Laibach — “Tanz Mit Laibach”…
 
Half a millennium after the composer's death, Tom Service explores the enduring appeal of Josquin des Prez with the scholar Bonnie Blackburn and soprano Kate Ashby.Tom also catches-up with the 21 year-old conductor Stephanie Childress, recently appointed Assistant Conductor of the St Louis Symphony Orchestra, and hears her thoughts about why conduc…
 
Music Matters is a podcast series hosted by globally published music journalist, pro musician, published Getty Images photographer Darrell Craig Harris. Music Matters is based in Las Vegas! The series is produced by the Music Matters team which includes Darrell Craig Harris and voiceover artist and co-producer Nigel J. at MusicTribesUnite based in …
 
My special guest this time is Dean Bushala. He is a commercial and television Producer, Director and Cinematographer. He has directed series for National Geographic, History and Discovery Channel. He started his career designing and branding television networks in Europe. Listen in as Dean and I cover a lot of ground in our 1-hour fun and insightfu…
 
The Late Daniel Dumile (AKA MF DOOM AKA Viktor Vaughn AKA Zev Love X AKA King Geedorah AKA...) was the foundation of rap music, cross-genre collaboration, and the friendship behind this very podcast. His death on October 31 2020 was announced on December 31 2020. Dan and Sean interrupt their scheduled hiatus and take a look back on the story and be…
 
In this episode, Darrell chats with his good friend Rodney Hall, who is the president of the FAME Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals Alabama. Rodney is also the co-owner of FAME Publishing. Rodney's father - Rick Hall along with Billy Sherrill and Tom Stafford founded Florence Alabama Music Enterprises in 1959. Rick Hall took over as the sole owner…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
Before we send 2020 to the memory hole, let's decide the best and worst of music and music culture from this wretched year. The classic favorite awards are here, plus some new additions. Regular episodes of Audioface will return on Monday, January 18 2021. 2:35 - Best Album Ender 6:51 - Worst Music on Flat Scorched Earth, Nuked Hawaii, No Quid-Pro-…
 
Well-known bassist Josh Paul is my special guest on this episode. Listen in as Josh shares backstories and insight into his life and as a bass player for the very successful rock bands - Daughtry, Suicidal Tendencies, and Infectious Grooves. Josh also tell us about his really interesting music projects that he's completed, his current ones, Zenith …
 
Body + body / muscle + hate is a massive bank of EBM and new beat mixed in classic mega-mix / mashup style. With 51 songs in just over two hours, do not expect the beat to stop. Oomph! — “Under Pressure”, 1992. klack — “Discipline”, 2019. Conformco — “Believe It (Mega-Oontz Mix)”, 2020. Interactive — “The Bass is on Fire”, 1990. D.A.F. — “Brothers …
 
Shamon Freitas Talent Agency was originally bootstrapped by Carol Shamon over 30 years ago. In this episode, Adam Torres and Carol Shamon, Owner at Shamon Freitas Talent Agency, explore the Shamon Freitas Talent Agency story and it's success through the years. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date infor…
 
My special guest on this episode is Troy Bullock - Bringing back True Country Music. Tradition has a new name. What once perhaps seemed outdated, now has a new voice. Troy is challenging the status quo, bringing a host of Traditional Country Music influences with him. Listen to Troy's recent new debut release, 'PAYDIRT' Troy and I really covered so…
 
Laura and Nigel speak with Jamaican music industry lawyer and entrepreneur, Lloyd Stanbury on the Jamaican and wider Caribbean industry, looking forward, post-COVID-19. Utilizing his role as co-founder of IRIE-FM and one person responsible for the establishment of the Caribbean Music Expo and many music organizations on the island, he provides an e…
 
Welcome to the Inaugural episode of Music Matters Podcast with your host - Darrell Craig Harris. My special guest on this first episode is Nigel J. Farmer. Like myself, he's constantly on the go! His background and travels are wide-ranging, and he's the editor in chief of one of the top jazz magazine. He's a lot more, and he's my friend, and actual…
 
#QuickChatsMMP Music Matters Podcast now uses the new SHURE MV7 as my good friends at Audio Geer sent me one in a gorgeous silver (also comes in black) to try and I'm now hooked... Nigel J. in SW France also recently received his black SHURE MV7 for use in his podcast studio and as a back up for his voice overwork. Listen as Nigel J. and I explain …
 
Jonathan Antoine was a finalist in 2012 Britain's Got Talent, and has since gone on to release 5 studio albums and a Christmas album Christmasland out now. https://www.jonathanantoinemusic.com/ Twitter @jonantoine Christmasland album out now 5th Studio album Going the Distance also out now Follow Sound Affects Podcast: @SoundAffectsPod (Twitter and…
 
Animal Bodies — “Deep Sleep”, 2014. Null Device — “Four Lines Across the Moon”, 2019. Automelodi — “La Poussière”, 2019. Fragrance. — “Crawling to the Void”, 2019. Mercury Summer — “Millions of Stars”, 2019. Kraftwerk — “Die Roboter”, 1991. Coil — “The Snow (As Pure As?)”, 1990. Ghost Cop — “True Name”, 2015. Hapax — “The Game of Devotion”, 2019. E…
 
Laura and Nigel continue in The Soca Sessions with a fun-filled yet open chat with the Queen of Bacchanal, soca star Destra Garcia on her career and how she has been able to sustain her brand for more than two decades and through the COVID-19 pandemic. The business of soca is revealed as Destra talks about longevity with innovation, albums and stre…
 
On the 169th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Man on the Moon III: The Chosen" by Kid Cudi, "NIGHTMARE VACATION" by Rico Nasty, and "We Will Always Love You" by The Avalanches. New Singles: "Her Revolution + His Rope" by Thom Yorke, Four Tet, and Burial. "sympathy for the grinch" by 100gecs A brief moment on 2 follow ups to earlier releases this yea…
 
It was great to re-connect with Dave at his home in south-east London, UK. After a long British summer, Dave found himself not only in the second lockdown but to boot it was raining - I wonder if it was sunny would he have spoken to me in his garden with a great British beer in-hand! Our chat was insightful and great fun. Amongst many achievements …
 
Tom Service talks to one of the most performed living composers by American orchestras - Jonathan Leshnoff. Based in Baltimore, much of his work is inspired by his Jewish faith, including Symphony no. 4 'Heichalos' – recently nominated for a Grammy award – which features a collection of string instruments recovered and rebuilt following the Holocau…
 
Ist Ist — “Jennifer’s Lips”, 2019. The Stooges — “Down on the Street”, 1970. Inaktiv — “Eyeblog”, 2018. Hanzel Und Gretyl — “Take Me To Your Leader”, 1998. Vore Aurora — “Hollow Point (Slighter Mix)”, 2019. Fee Lion — “Blood Sisters”, 2019. Boy Harsher — “Motion”, 2019. Rue Oberkampf — “Glycine”, 2019. Ohota — “Totengott”, 2018. Liebknecht — “Leipz…
 
When you have a friend that's happy to pick you up from the airport at a moments notice and has been picked by Billy Joel as a protégé. It's time to ask him to chat on your new podcast. What a great podcast show this became. Lots of backstage sharing and a real treat to hear Michael play for us all live from his home studio in Las Vegas. Read some …
 
Silent Runners — “Road of Gold”, 2019. The Cure — “Fascination Street”, 1990. Second Still — “Sleep”, 2017. Chasms — “Divine Illusion”, 2019. Death of Lovers — “Perfect History”, 2017. The Murder Mystery — “Stone in Your Hand”, 2018. Bragolin vs Adam Tristar — “I Go With You”, 2019. Eurythmics — “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”, 1982. Scandroid — …
 
Do you hear that coming? It's the unmistakable sounds of The Avalanches. A single Avalanches song may include 10 different samples across 4 different genres across 3 different continents. Their projects are at once nonsensical and thematic. For their upcoming 3rd album, "We Will Always Love You", The Avalanches are going from thematic to cinematic.…
 
Craig J. Snider is multitalented music professional with many credits to his name with work that includes credits for Katy Perry, Madonna, Dido, and for the well-know brands McDonald's and Gatorade. Craig and Darrell chat and cover a lot of ground, from catching up as friends to some of the fascinating areas that led Craig to a slew of 30+ Billboar…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
On the 168th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Plastic Hearts" by Miley Cyrus, "Cyr" by The Smashing Pumpkins, and "RAZZMATAZZ" by I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME. It's that time of year again, when the Grammy's are announced and promptly criticized. This year is a new low. We have our reactions, drama from big artists, and the Grammy chief's piti…
 
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