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DittyTV's Insights is our music interview show for DittyTV, a 24/7 television network that produces and broadcasts music-focused entertainment including interviews, concerts, music videos, music news, artist profiles, album reviews, tour and festival coverage, and much more. Just tune in and enjoy world-class, handcrafted music entertainment from your favorite artists and artists you will love to discover. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
 
On Request Magazine is an online rock music and entertainment publication covering today's top rock artists, as well as movies, television and gaming. We cover everyone from All Time Low to Underoath, shows from The CW, FOX, Showtime and film with great interviews, photos, reviews and more. Find us online at www.onrequestmag.com https://www.facebook.com/onrequestmagazinepodcast
 
Interview series for upcoming independent artists. These in depth interviews are designed to help artists learn from the successes and failures of artists who are currently killing it in music. Have a question you want answered? Hit us up on Twitter @mayomusictv Or mayomusictv@gmail.com iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mayo-music-interviews/id917384131?mt=2
 
The VVN Music Podcast includes reviews, features and interviews with the veteran music artists that have been recording for twenty years or more in pop, rock, R&B/soul, country, folk and blues. All music samples used during this show are strictly for news reporting, editorial & review use and do not exceed 30 seconds in length, falling under the fair use clause of the copyright act.
 
Many want to "make it" in the music industry. Few successfully make it in. Even fewer stay in. The goal of this podcast is to help bring some clarity to your path towards a music career. We want to help you not only get in, but stay in. To this end, hosts Seth Mosley and X O'Connor will dig deep with luminaries of the music industry. These are people who have "made it" and today have very notable careers. Many are Grammy winners and work with prominent record labels. Some of our listeners mi ...
 
Hosted by psychotherapist and author Lynne Bernfield, The Lynne Show is about discovering aspects of ourselves which we have had to deny. In it she talks about why this happens and what we can do to recover these denied parts. She interviews people who make their living or their life with their art.
 
Do you love great interviews? Consider yourself a music aficionado? If you answered yes, you’ve come to the right podcast. Moe Train’s Tracks is hosted by ridiculous, but truly skilled conversationalists Monty “Moe Train” Wiradilaga and Brian “King B” Kracyla. These funny guys have traveled all over the US, covering the world’s best music festivals. Over 60 of the world’s biggest musicians, celebrities and politicians, such as members of Pantera, Ziggy Marley, Public Enemy, GWAR, O.A.R., The ...
 
Live from Broadway Nashville, TN! TipSee Music presents the uncut and unfiltered TipSee Music Happy Hour Podcast hosted by the Rev. D-Bone and Drew East. Sip Back and Relax while interviewing singers/songwriters in Nashville and get an experience like no other podcast in the game. Become a mullet today and be sure to subscribe! Let's get TipSee yall!
 
Official Soundcloud page for musician Robin Browning Performer, conductor, composer, educator Artistic Director – SÓN Orchestra Musician-in-Residence – TRACE Project at University of Southampton Professor of Conducing – British Army Specialist Conducting Tutor – University of Southampton
 
Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to be a part of the show! The most interactive show, with special guests, music, taboo topics and of course YOU! Be a part of the newest internet show that is guaranteed to screw up some stuff. Equal opportunity music lovers' home! Finally a place on the web to find, listen and interact with musicians. From local and regional to national artists all in one place, found right here!! Email questions, comments and suggestions, to be a part of the show with on ...
 
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Festival season is returning to Australia in a big way with the recent announcement of the Good Things line-up which will take place in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane over the weekend of December 2 to 4. Featuring Bring Me The Horizon, Deftones, NOFX (performing ‘Punk In Drublic’ in full + all your favourites), TISM (Exclusive: First shows in 19 ye…
 
Today we’re excited to welcome California native and now Nashville-based singer-songwriter, the always delightful Nicki Bluhm. “My perspective on life and love has made a shift, for the better,” shares Bluhm, the acclaimed artist behind Avondale Drive, her newest studio album out now on Compass Records. Bluhm pointed out in a recent Q&A that one si…
 
With Death By Carrot’s Riffmageddon II scheduled to hit South East Queensland over four days next weekend, HEAVY felt compelled to reach out to some of the major players in an attempt to shed some light on this massive undertaking that has taken in more than 60 cities over 14 weeks for Australia’s biggest and most ambitious 100% homegrown stoner ro…
 
West Australian sun-baked heavy psych outfit Giant Dwarf have perhaps had it harder than most during recent lockdowns. Their home state was one of the toughest on restrictions and as such opened much after the rest of Australia, enforcing longer periods without live music and adding to growing frustrations. Now, with W.A on par with the rest of the…
 
With Death By Carrot’s Riffmageddon II scheduled to hit South East Queensland over four days next weekend, HEAVY felt compelled to reach out to some of the major players in an attempt to shed some light on this massive undertaking that takes in over 60 cities over 14 weeks for Australia’s biggest and most ambitious 100% homegrown stoner rock festiv…
 
Formed in 2019 by five strangers who met via TikTok and Instagram, Classless Act soon found themselves appealing to a wide audience with a blending of anthemic rhythms, shredding guitars and soaring vocals – musical characteristics in themselves dime a dozen, but when performed with true passion and conviction a force unto themselves – and soon cau…
 
Blending a variety of genres including, but not limited to, sludge, hardcore and black metal, Sydney metal outfit Lo! come with a fearsome reputation. Not in the way you might expect, but more a reputation built around their intense and captivating live performances that ooze venomous intent with every note struck in anger. With the touring circuit…
 
After several delayed attempts to get off the ground, Monolith Festival is set to make its debut at Brisbane’s Eatons Hill Hotel on August 13. Featuring two of Australia’s heavyweight progressive rock outfits in Karnivool and COG – who have not toured together for 17 years – Monolith is a celebration of not just music in this country, but also the …
 
Today we’re truly honored to welcome Americana music icon and trailblazer, Delbert McClinton, whose latest record Outdated Emotion debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart. Recently released on Hot Shot Records & Thirty Tigers, the 16-song collection marks a return to McClinton’s roots as he reinvents the music of his childhood heroes: Ray…
 
New Zealand hardcore outfit Antagonist A.D released their latest album Through Fire All Things Are Renewed earlier this month, an album comprised of three EP’s Through Fire, All Things and Are Renewed. The path to release has been paved with setbacks, after initial writing on the songs began in 2018 before the band flew to the US to record them the…
 
Melbourne metalcore outfit Vatic have outdone themselves again with their latest haunted house inspired single 217. Painting a sonic landscape by combining cinematic textures with crushing guitar and a barrage of gut wrenching screams, 217 conjures all of the elements of a gore filled horror film, harnessed into a neat musical package that is the f…
 
French born South African based sisters Noemie Debray ("Mie") (guitar, vocals) and Camille Debray ("Mille") (bass guitar, vocals) are better known by their band name The Soapgirls. With a fantastic back story behind the name (listen to the interview to find out), The Soapgirls are a breath of fresh air on the music scene, with their carefree and li…
 
It’s fair to say that Australian extreme metal outfit King Parrot are one of a kind. Their brand of metal is brutal to every extreme, a sonic cavalcade of relentless pressure that is the musical equivalent of a marauding army. Going into a King Parrot moshpit is like going into battle, with many an unsuspecting metalhead falling victim to the sheer…
 
The Heretic Order have recently released their latest album, Volume III, with a renewed vigor and intensity, ushering in a faster, heavier era of the band than ever before. Formed by Danny Felice from Breed 77 in 2014, Felice soon adopted the title Ragnar Dominus for the project and going a long way to separating the two musical identities. The Her…
 
While many bands lay claim to pioneering certain trends and genres, seldom do the facts match up to the story. Not so the case with Los Angeles hardcore outfit downset., who burst from the blocks in 1989, combining hardcore with rap, funk and metal to set the wheels in motion for a new crossover genre of music that has integrated itself into the mu…
 
We’re excited to welcome multi-Grammy-nominated band Hanson. They’ve just released their highly anticipated new album, RED GREEN BLUE, and the brothers Taylor, Isaac, and Zac are with us this hour to chat about the album, which actually marks the band’s milestone 30th anniversary. It’s a unique and creative project featuring three separate albums i…
 
For nearly three decades Superheist have been both the pioneers and leading force in a new wave of Australian music that combines rock, punk, hard rock, metal and punk. It is a mixing of genres that has been successfully attempted by many bands in the global music scene, but infrequently mastered. Balancing so many genres and blending the differing…
 
Extreme metal outfit Psycroptic have been decimating global audiences for more than two decades. In that time they have put extreme metal in Australia on the map, in doing so paving the way for many more bands of that genre and providing them with the confidence that can only be bred by success. With an imminent headlining performance at Blacken Op…
 
Gold Coast alternative rock outfit Mass Sky Raid are riding high on the back of the well received release of their latest album Calm in Chaos in June 3. Showing their musical growth since their debut Science Of Fiction, Mass Sky Raid have delivered a sonic wave of modern sounding hard rock/metal that showcases many sides of the band’s musical psych…
 
Music is a beautiful thing in that it transcends boundaries, both emotional and geographical. Usually, this sense is felt more by the fans who listen to music rather than the performers, but on occasion that role is reversed, and the musician gets to experience the magic inherent in their art. Such was the case recently, when Melbourne singer Nikki…
 
To lovers of rock and blues – in fact music of any kind – the world over, the name George Thorogood is firmly etched as one of the greatest of all time. Since 1976 Thorogood has straddled the top branch of the rock tree, holding on through classic tunes such as Bad To The Bone, I Drink Alone, Who Do You Love?, One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer and …
 
New Zealand/dubstep hybrid act Kaosis are no strangers to these shores, having decimated crowds a few years back as part of Dead Of Winter in 2019. They wowed audiences at that show with an energetic and all encompassing stage show that was as entertaining as it was mesmerizing, managing to sway HEAVVY away from their disdain for anything not pure …
 
Described as a “festival party band” rock/punk/blues outfit 19-Twenty are much more than that. They are an entertainment machine, spreading good vibes through music, and now it’s Brisbane and the Gold Coast’s turn to experience a bit of the magic. Dubbed “the closest to punk the blues will ever get”, 19-Twenty defy the parameters of music by their …
 
Special guest Rebecca Wood will be joining Amy Wright in conversation to discuss her brand-new book, The Studio Mama Cookbook: A Collection of Cherished Southern Recipes, Real-Life Stories and Star-Studded Menus from the Music City. For nearly a decade, Rebecca was the chef at Zac Brown’s renowned Southern Ground Nashville studio, where she had the…
 
Brisbane hard rock outfit PistonFist have gone from strength to strength in 2022, playing in pretty much every state of Australia except Western Australia. The boys continue their march this weekend with a leading slot at Frankie’s Pizza in Sydney alongside Kaosis for a Sunday afternoon show not to be missed. Frontman Geoff O’Leary caught up with C…
 
When seasoned musician Martin “E-Type” Erikson found his thoughts wandering to other projects he decided to fully explore the creative sectors of his mind, deciding to combine the power of dark metal with pop melodies to form a new genre of metal. Little did he know the idea would taken him a substantial amount of time to develop, but the wait was …
 
New Zealand based Polynesian metal outfit Shepherd’s Reign were recently on our shores as main support on the highly successful Devilskin tour for their latest album Red. The band wowed audiences all over the country with their blending of traditional Polynesian and Samoan music and instruments with lashings of heavy metal to create a sound unident…
 
Rising from the debacle that was the pandemic is Montreal metal outfit Dead Velvet, now two songs deep into their career and sounding more like seasoned professionals rather than fledgling metal stars. With a general thematic undertaking revolving around death and the predicaments we are put in relating to that subject, Dead Velvet first peaked our…
 
AC/DC and their music will forever be a part of Australian rock and roll history. Although the band are still producing new music, Father time is inevitably catching up with them but their legacy remains firmly intact. The band have spawned probably more tribute acts than any other band, to varying degrees of success, but Australia is fortunate eno…
 
While coming from a small town might appear on the surface to be advantageous, in many instances – particularly when it comes to music and choices of musicians – it is actually more of a hinderance. As with everything in life, however, it’s what you make of it, as Albany, Western Australia alternate/heavy rock band Liz Dexic recently found out. Fac…
 
Victorian metal titans Frankenbok have witnessed somewhat of a rebirth since COVID, with their latest album Overdose emphatically proving that the band still have plenty to offer despite spending a quarter of a century doing the rounds. Sonically, Overdose sees Frankenbok veering into fresh musical territory, drawing influence more from the punk si…
 
Rising from the remnants of Wake The Blind, Melbourne metalcore outfit Liar are just taking their formulative steps into the wider musical landscape. With a blending of genres weaving hardcore, emo, hip hop and metal, Liar are an amalgamation of the many styles that have influenced them, delivered with a youthful exuberance that only confidence can…
 
While many bands experience musical growth, particularly over the first few albums, usually such efforts are unwelcomed by fans of the band who expect them to stay pigeon holed in the box that first drew their attention. It is a complex debate, but one which will always be won by the artist because, let’s face it, at the end of the day they have so…
 
Today we’re bringing you a one-on-one conversation between Amy Wright and Jonathan Russell, founding member of acclaimed Seattle-based band, The Head and the Heart. The Head And The Heart have just released their fifth studio album Every Shade of Blue on Reprise/Warner Records, followed by an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and now they’ve embark…
 
When you think of the name John Corabi it is almost instinctive to play word association and come up with Motley Crue straight after, but the singer is more than just the frontman for one of the worlds most notorious bands on one album. Much more. Corabi has also leant his talents to bands like Scream, The Dead Daisies, Union and ESP, and over the …
 
Originally viewed as more of a side project for OneSideZero vocalist/guitarist Jasan Radford, Centershift has now developed into more of a band in its own right. After the success of singles “9” and “My Own World”, Centershift recently released the hauntingly important track “And So…”, a tale of domestic violence and other negative emotions and add…
 
It’s hard to believe that Steel Panther celebrated their 20th year during the recent lockdowns. For a band many believed to be a one trick pony – but a damn fine one at that – Steel Panther have endured where others have fallen and not only taught that pony a stable of new tricks, but also converted him into a stallion of the highest order. On the …
 
Motionless In White are at that stage of their career where you could imagine their loyal legion of fans would consume whatever musical output they choose fit to release. With unprecedented sales and figures that would make Donald Trump blush, the band have forged a path for themselves that has seen them steadily ascend the musical game of snakes a…
 
When four fresh faced teenagers from the Gold Coast burst onto the local music scene with their EP Society Anxiety in 1999 the seeds for a musical revolution were officially sewn. Although Australia had been introduced to the grunge inspired heavy metal crossed with nu metal, hard rock and some rap undertones – namely Silverchair - homegrown bands …
 
Eclectic UK rock outfit Enter Shikari have made a career out of the sheer unpredictable nature of their music. Following the breakout success of their debut album Take To The Skies in 2007 – which featured the hit singles Sorry You’re not A Winner, Mothership and Anything Can Happen IN The Next Half Hour… Enter Shikari took to the world, showcasing…
 
It's not often I will publicly come out and endorse a band, but if you have not yet been touched by the charms and ferocity of Louisville metal pioneers Belushi Speed Ball then I suggest you go out and binge yourself and enter the playfully beautiful and bizarre world of a band who genuinely don’t give a solitary fuck. Except when it comes to their…
 
Our guest this hour is award-winning music journalist Marissa R. Moss. Marissa joins Amy Wright in conversation today to discuss her brand-new book, Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be, a book in which she shares the full inside story of women like Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kacey Musg…
 
Interview by CJ Nash from Local Band Smokeout New Zealand experimental metal outfit Kaosis are crossing the waters back to Australia this June for a series of showcase events alongside some of this countries best and most promising acts. One of these shows is Gold Coast Carnage Fest, to be held at Mo’s Desert Clubhouse in Burleigh Heads on Friday, …
 
After six years without releasing new music, Melbourne melodic metal veterans Vanishing Point triumphantly returned in late 2020 with the highly rated album Dead Elysium. Despite being robbed of valuable touring opportunities because of recent world events, the band have vowed to make up for lost time this month and into next when they take to the …
 
The Angels are one Australian band that needs no introduction. After more than 40 years atop the Aussie rock tree, the band still shows no sign of slowing down. Part of that is due to the appointment of one Dave Gleeson to frontman duties just over ten years ago, another part due to the injection of youth in the form of drummer Nick Norton and bass…
 
Scottish metal outfit Bleed From Within have been one of the leading lights of the UK metal scene for over 17 years, with their ability to draw inspiration from a plethora of metal stylers a standout feature of their sound. Mixing the extremities of metal sub-genres with the complexities of their hosts, Bleed From Within are difficult to categorise…
 
Since bursting onto the scene with their breakthrough debut album Replenish in 1995, Glastonbury rockers Reef have had somewhat of a confused career. Not in the sense that the band have been confused, rather the public – myself included – misled by the success of probably one song in particular, Place Your Hands. That tune was a runaway success but…
 
Shorter interviews require new formats! Personal one for me this, getting to interview the great Midge Ure, a man whose music I have loved for over 40 years. Effectively an extended Quickfire Round, I grill Midge on random questions relating to his 80s career. Enjoy. [thanks to Erika] midgeure.com 80sography@gmail.com Different Words Said In Differ…
 
Sydney post hardcore outfit HEISTS epitomize the working spirit of the typical Australian. With a firm DIY ethos the band hit the ground running and full of momentum with their first two singles Outrage and Revenant, laying the platform for debut EP Disquiet and announcing the band as something special on the local market. Wasting little time, Heis…
 
As the release date for their second album The Blessed Ghost – out on July 15 – draws nearer, New Zealand rock outfit Voodoo Bloo are ramping up the promo, recently releasing the albums second track Small which follows last years Skin. The announcement of the new 12-track album welcomes a new frontier for Voodoo Bloo, as well as a new line-up consi…
 
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