Muziek – Ierland – Nieuwe podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Toddla T and THE1DEVOTION talk to some of their favourite collaborators, exploring how they stay positive and practise gratitude in this podcast that celebrates their music project of the same name. Gratitude Is The Attitude. Check out the music here:

  • The Better To Podcast is a place where we'll discuss what was the inspiration for their perspective projects and how it all came about. Sometimes, we’ll take a deeper dive into that moment that placed them on the creative path. On the podcast, we honor achievements, discuss new projects, and reflect on life lessons and the beginnings of the creative journey.

  • An easy breezy podcast. Join your hosts Nules and Mark every Friday for a bit of fun, banter and great celebrity guests, plus lots, lots more. The perfect way to start your weekend off on a positive note and with a smile. After all, Tis just a bit of craic !!!

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  • Join Ireland’s biggest social media stars and best friends, Shanice Griffin, Brandon Caulfeild, and Daniel Devlin, as they dive into all things ‘Socially Awkward.’ With an exciting lineup of guests, they spill the behind-the-scenes tea on their lives, share hilarious anecdotes, and navigate the ups and downs of being in your 20s. Tune in wherever you get your podcasts and stay connected by following them on social media!

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  • Подкаст о музыке, которую можно послушать только в Vkontakte. Подкаст о хип-хоп музыке нулевых и две тысячи десятых, о незаслуженно забытых исполнителях и о тех, кто до сих пор в плейлистах у молодежи. Каждый выпуск ведущие готовят по пять трэков наиболее близких им из эпохи начала двухтысячных, а так же вспоминают массу всего интересного из времен, когда рэп еще был не главной музыкой в стране
    Музло ставят Mc Wise и Gm Rufus

  • From the homestead of The Clancy Brothers in Tipperary, Ireland comes a brand new podcast from the family of the Irish folk pioneers. Songs, stories, music, poems and conversations around the table that shaped a cultural generation. Join Roisin Clancy, Donal Clancy, Ryland Teifi and Brendan Clancy.

  • The Lowdown continues to investigate & discuss the defining albums that make the soundtrack of our lives.

    This podcast sees us get the lowdown upon the albums of the 1970s;

    1975 - 1979

    Albums & their impact.

    Albums that when released, were seen to be a ’call to arms’ by critics.

    Albums that saw a shift in the musical landscape in the mid to late 70s.

    One album had critics 40 years after, label it ‘a near-perfect debut album’.

    And albums with massive sales too, including one such album that contains the most-streamed song from the entire 20th century.

    Get the lowdown upon the classic albums between 1975 & 1979 with discussions upon artists like Queen, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Sex Pistols, The Cars, Michael Jackson & more!

  • Stevie Nicks, the iconic singer-songwriter and member of Fleetwood Mac, has captivated audiences for over five decades with her enchanting voice, poetic lyrics, and mesmerizing stage presence. This in-depth biography explores her remarkable journey from a young, aspiring artist to a rock and roll legend, highlighting her resilience, passion, and enduring influence on music and popular culture.

  • Richard M. Sherman: A Melodious Legacy
    Richard M. Sherman, born on June 12, 1928, in New York City, was a celebrated American songwriter, renowned for his prolific partnership with his brother, Robert B. Sherman. Together, the Sherman Brothers created some of the most memorable and beloved songs in the history of musical film. Richard passed away on May 25, 2024, at the age of 95, leaving behind a rich legacy of music and creativity.
    Early Life and Education
    Richard Morton Sherman was born into a musically inclined family. His father, Al Sherman, was a well-known songwriter in the Tin Pan Alley era. The family moved frequently before finally settling in Beverly Hills, California, in 1937. Richard attended Beverly Hills High School, where his interest in music flourished. He learned to play several instruments, including the flute, piccolo, and piano. At his high school graduation in 1946, he performed a musical duet with his classmate André Previn, foreshadowing his future success in the music industry.
    After high school, Richard attended Bard College, where he majored in music. His initial ambition was to compose symphonies, but he eventually turned to songwriting, a decision that would define his career.
    Military Service and Early Career
    In 1953, Sherman was drafted into the U.S. Army, where he served as a musical conductor for the Army Band and glee club until his honorable discharge in 1955. After his military service, Richard reunited with his brother Robert to pursue songwriting, a venture encouraged by their father.
    The Sherman Brothers' Rise to Fame
    The Sherman Brothers' breakthrough came in 1958 when their song "Tall Paul," sung by Annette Funicello, became a Top Ten hit. This success caught the attention of Walt Disney, who hired them as staff songwriters for Walt Disney Studios. Their collaboration with Disney resulted in some of the most iconic songs and scores in film history.
    Their work on Disney's "Mary Poppins" (1964) earned them two Academy Awards for Best Original Score and Best Original Song for "Chim Chim Cher-ee." The film also featured other timeless classics such as "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and "Feed The Birds," which became synonymous with the magic of Disney.
    The Sherman Brothers continued their success with other Disney films, including "The Jungle Book" (1967), "The Aristocats" (1970), and "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (1971). One of their most enduring contributions is the song "It's a Small World (After All)," written for the 1964 New York World's Fair and now a staple of Disney theme parks worldwide.
    Beyond Disney
    After Walt Disney's death in 1966, the Sherman Brothers worked on various non-Disney projects. They wrote the songs for the musical film "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" (1968), which garnered them another Academy Award nomination. They also penned the score for "Charlotte's Web" (1973) and received accolades for their work on "The Slipper and the Rose" (1976).
    Their influence extended to stage musicals as well. "Over Here!" (1974) was a Broadway hit, and their adaptation of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" for the stage enjoyed significant success in London's West End and on Broadway.
    Later Years and Legacy
    In the later years of his career, Richard M. Sherman continued to collaborate with Disney. He contributed songs to live-action adaptations, including Jon Favreau's "The Jungle Book" (2016) and "Christopher Robin" (2018). He also served as a music consultant for "Mary Poppins Returns" (2018).
    The Sherman Brothers were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2005, and they received the National Medal of Arts in 2008. Their music has left an indelible mark on popular culture, enchanting generations of audiences with their melodies and lyrics.
    Personal Life
    Richard Sherman was married to Ursula Elizabeth Gluck in 1957, and the couple had two children, Gregory Vincent and Victoria Lynn. They lived in Beverly Hills, California, where Richard continued to create music and cherish his family life.
    Richard M. Sherman passed away on May 25, 2024, at the age of 95. His death marks the end of an era for many who grew up with his music, but his legacy lives on through the timeless songs that continue to bring joy and inspiration.
    Richard M. Sherman's life was a testament to the power of music to touch hearts and create lasting memories. His contributions to film and music will be remembered and celebrated for generations to come. Thanks for listening - Remember to like and share wherever you get your podcasts .

  • STARK! in its mission to entertain and showcase the most exciting guests currently working in all sectors of the creative industries.

    RAVING! guests enthuse about the experiences of the pop culture that influenced them to become the creators they are today. Take a deep dive into their careers, full of candid insights, humour and fascinating personal anecdotes. Literally a masterclass each time.

    CINEMA! Movies, Music, TV, Songs, Bands, Books & Graphic Novels. Our guests will reveal their essential favourite pop culture picks. Discover their recommendations for often jaw dropping ‘must see’s’, ‘must reads’ or ‘must listens’.

    You’ll soon be compiling lists of the outstanding recommendations that have influenced some of the most creative folks working today!

  • Prepare to get lost in stories that have shaped the way we experience music.

  • To Afro, deep & soulful house fanatics, Noxious needs little to no introduction.
    He's a Dj & Producer from Tembisa with Chart topping Mixtapes on Apple & Google Podcasts

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  • Shane MacGowan: The Life and Times of a Punk Pioneer Shane Patrick Lysaght MacGowan is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, and author best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the Celtic punk band The Pogues. Born on Christmas Day 1957 in Pembury, Kent, England, to Irish immigrant parents, MacGowan's life has been a vibrant tapestry of music, rebellion, and literary prowess. Early Life and Musical Beginnings MacGowan's childhood was marked by frequent relocations between Ireland and England, fostering a deep connection with both cultures and laying the foundation for his unique blend of musical styles. His early musical influences ranged from Irish folk to punk rock, shaping his eclectic taste and rebellious spirit. In the late 1970s, MacGowan relocated to London, immersing himself in the burgeoning punk rock scene. He became a regular at The Pindar of Wakefield, a pub that served as a hub for emerging musicians. It was here that he formed his first band, The Nips, a punk band with a blend of Irish and punk influences. The Pogues and Rise to Prominence In 1982, MacGowan co-founded The Pogues, a band that would become synonymous with Celtic punk. The band's music fused traditional Irish folk melodies with the energy and attitude of punk rock, creating a sound that was both infectious and groundbreaking. The Pogues' debut album, "Red Roses for Me," released in 1984, established them as a force to be reckoned with in the music scene. The album's blend of traditional Irish melodies, raucous punk energy, and MacGowan's evocative lyrics resonated with audiences worldwide. The Pogues' subsequent albums, including "Rum Sodomy & the Lash" (1985), "Poguetry" (1986), and "If I Should Fall from Grace with God" (1988), further cemented their reputation as one of the most innovative and influential bands of the era. MacGowan's songwriting, characterized by its blend of humor, pathos, and social commentary, struck a chord with fans across generations. Substance Abuse and Legal Troubles MacGowan's life has been marked by a long and tumultuous struggle with substance abuse, particularly alcoholism. His struggles have had a significant impact on his personal life and career, leading to periods of instability and creative output. Despite these challenges, MacGowan has continued to produce music and write throughout his career, releasing solo albums and collaborating with various artists. He has also written several books, including "A Drink with Shane MacGowan" (2001) and "The Pogues: Saints and Sinners" (2009). Legacy and Influence Shane MacGowan's legacy extends far beyond his musical contributions. He is a true original, a rebellious spirit who has challenged conventions and pushed the boundaries of music. His songwriting, infused with wit, emotion, and social consciousness, has inspired countless artists and continues to resonate with fans worldwide. MacGowan's influence on Celtic punk and the broader music scene is undeniable. His innovation and disregard for genre boundaries have paved the way for countless artists to explore the fusion of traditional and contemporary musical styles. Conclusion Shane MacGowan's life is a testament to the enduring power of music and the resilience of the human spirit. Despite his personal struggles, he has left an indelible mark on the music world, inspiring generations with his unique blend of creativity, rebellion, and artistic expression. Thanks for listening to Quiet Please. Remember to like and Share wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Two friends exploring life, goth music and alternative culture through the lens of 10 classic albums each. Covering a year-in-the-life with each episode, a coming of age story will unfold as we look back at shared memories, allied ambitions, hearts broken, dreams chased and experience gained.

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  • The Plural Of Vinyl is a weekly podcast about records. Each Friday, Gareth and Joel give you all you need to know about new titles and quality reissues in the racks, big moments in the second-hand market and the state of the nation’s shops.

    Get in touch with us via [email protected] or via @PluralVinylPod on Twitter.

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  • A podcast all about music! From weird band facts, to one hit wonders, where are they now, what's new in music and much more!!

  • Juanito Valderrama fue un genio del cante y una de las voces más reconocidas de la canción en nuestro país. Su vida es una sucesión de gestas y dificultades, de gloria y olvido. Una carrera de casi siete décadas, más azarosa e intensa que la de muchas estrellas del rock. 

    Dirección y Guion: Juan Valderrama y Pablo G. Batista

    Narración: Juan Valderrama

    Voces: José Antonio Meca 

    Música: Miguel Marcos

    Diseño de sonido: David Gutiérrez 

    Producción: Toni Garrido