Muziek – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Covering the goings ons in near south side Fort Worth Tx with an emphasis on the music.

  • This show is for people who love music and love to know what goes into the making of a great song. The stories, the pain, the laughter. People who want to be a part of the music biz are encouraged to listen

  • Behind The Music or BTM as we call it, is a way to get connected to these amazing artists from around the world and understand music from their perspective. Understand their journey, their passion, and what makes them who they are.

    Get a sneak-peek into their lives with LivDemy

    Email us to know more about LivDemy: [email protected]

  • Song Surgery is where we dissect hit songs and hit records with the songwriters who composed them, and the singers and musicians who performed on them. (Be sure to subscribe and leave a rating!)

  • Come ROCK OUT with us as we play tons of your favorite rock bands and then some! From metal heads to actors, entertainers, and more, we promise every episode is something worth listening to. You never know who might be on next! Peace out, rock on, and much love!

  • This podcast series by Aditya Prakash, co-created with Sushma Soma is based around his experimental and bold debut solo album, ISOLASHUN, which was released on New Amsterdam Records on October 13, 2023.

    Adityaโ€™s direction of exploration on ISOLASHUN stems from the continual search for a more authentic identity and in the case of this work, that core of that search was redefining what beauty means to him; so it made sense for him to speak to his mentors in the creation of ISOLASHUN, all prolific boundary-pushers in their own right: Akram Khan, TM Krishna, Mythili Prakash and Vincenzo Lamagna.

    Each episode will be a conversation with these artists on how they define beauty and how that definition informs the way they create art and view themselves.

    A Note from Aditya:

    โ€œWhat is beauty in sound? Is it a soothing melody, a unique and pleasing timbre to the voice, a pristine blend of sounds in the mix, an orchestration that calms or excites the mind?

    Over the last few years, especially during the start of the pandemic lockdown, I was forced to reflect and confront my own biases. Iโ€™ve realized that my definitions of beauty werenโ€™t evolving as I evolved; beauty was an aesthetic that I was not challenging or questioning.

    Has beauty actually been weaponized? Has it been used as a smokescreen to hide and disengage with what we consider ugly, messy and complicated? I noticed that many of my musical choices were attempts at making music that I felt would be โ€œbeautifulโ€ and appealing. I wondered, as I saw the tension, anxiety, violence and rage in the world around me and within me in my own hypocrisy and privilege, why was I allowing my static notions of beauty to be the focal point in my music? It disturbed me that I was complicit in weaponizing this aesthetic; rejecting emotions and sounds in my very own voice that represent much more than these homogeneous ideals.

    Beyond music, I was waking up to see how the aesthetics of โ€œbeautyโ€ had the dangerous ability to silence and eradicate communities of people and voices who donโ€™t fall under this privilege-made construct. Case in point is my own artform, Karnatik Music, which is now an artform practiced almost entirely by a privileged community that I am a part of.

    The anger and disappointment in my own hypocrisy has fueled the space of tension in which my new music lies. I invite you to join me in that space of discomfort โ€“ to sit in it, feel it and just be.

    As I created this music, and opened a space for the messy and abrasive to coexist with the melodious and emotional, I found that the deep immersion in the complexity of these feelings itself was beauty for me.โ€


    Creators and Producers: Aditya Prakash and Sushma SomaAudio Mix: Aditya PrakashOriginal Music: Aditya Prakash, Vincenzo Lamagna (episode 2 and 5)Artwork: Aishwarya NatarajanAdditional Artwork: Sushma Soma and Kanchan GokhaleDistribution Partner: Ideabrew Studios
  • Bharat Dhwani meaning Soul of India is presented to you by Aparna Vats.

    Music through the Eraโ€™s, Indian Music, Indian Film Music, Indian Poetry (Musical Form) Ghazals, Pop
    Music, Various genres covering all age groups on a broad scale including traditional Indian Folk Music!

    World Renowned Musicians, Actors, directors, Producers, Theatre Professionals, Politicians (visiting),
    Internationally Acclaimed Authors, Poets, Writers, Political Commentators.

  • A Dra. Ana Correia, alter ego de Ana Markl que soa a doença venérea, atende ouvintes anónimos, celebridades ou pacientes fictícios que padeçam de qualquer condição física ou metafísica, do fémur rachado ao coração partido, e prescreve as melhores canções para aliviar maleitas.

  • Legends of the rap game tell stories of paranormal encounters and terrifying tales of hauntings, demonic possession, ghosts and weird stuff that goes bump in the night. Featuring French Montana, Iann Dior, Ty Dolla $ign, Dreezy, Riowdy Rebel, Smiiley and many more. It's a feast for the ears with original music and immersive sound design that will make you afraid to turn off the lights.

  • Dalla musica classica alle produzioni elettroniche moderne, dai villaggi alla diaspora, l'India raccontata attraverso la sua musica.
    IG baaz_light_year

  • Tutto nel mondo è burla - Stasera all'opera

  • Un ciclo di dieci puntate dedicate ai The Smiths, dove viene raccontata la loro storia, la loro musica, i legami con il passato e ciò che questa band ha lasciato in eredità. Raccontare la breve epopea degli Smiths implica non solo parlare della loro musica e delle influenze sonore che hanno lasciato alle generazioni successive ma anche di letteratura, cinema, politica e di costume ovviamente a partire da quegli occhiali della mutua e i gladioli sventagliati a inizio carriera da Morrissey. A cura di Tommaso Toma

  • Dopo "Summer Boulevard" tornano le conduzioni musicali di Davide Facchini.
    Saturday Night Boulevard, i Viali Musicali del sabato notte:
    la musica per chi li percorre appena uscito di casa,
    per quelli che invece stanno rientrando,
    ma anche per chi se ne sta sul divano ad ascoltarla con un bicchiere di vino.
    Tutti i sabato sera dalle 23.45 alle 24.45.

  • La vita in 4/4 di Luca Tomassini aka Jontom, produttore musicale, compositore, sound designer, ukulelista e soprattutto videogiocatore prima e dopo ore pasti.
    Musiche, SFX e voce: Jontom (Frequently Asked Music)
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  • Miami's Doc Brown brings you his fresh & unique style of tech & progressive house.

  • "Blues e dintorni" vuole essere un programma dove il termine blues sta soprattutto a significare musica dell'anima, non necessariamente espressa in dodici battute. Questo vuol dire che ci sarà anche canzone d'autore, dialettale e magari anche elettronica se il principio di fondo verrà rispettato. Insomma musica circolare purchè onesta e genuina che prevede anche ospiti in studio qualora ce ne sia la possibilità. Un'ora di chiacchiere (poche) e musica (tanta) per addentrarci lentamente nella notte.

    FOTO|  Rodrigo Moraes ๏ฃฟ from São Paulo, brazil, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

  • Co-Hosts Jack Dumler and Annalise Lawlor explain their life experiences with their shared hobbies of music and goal setting through monthly conversations and fun segments!