This week’s guest, Amanda Rush is a web developer and accessibility practitioner who loves to cook and read. She also loves the IndieWeb movement and Micro.blog. Of her own blog, she says: I want to own all my content and have control over it, and to that end I am constantly updating this site so ...
90 minutes of new music & a few old favourites
Great to have Sid back on Mixcloud.
In a specially extended edition, beloved Barking bigmouth Billy Bragg tells Kerry and Luke how he first encountered the works of Dylan in the early 1970’s, “through the portal” of Simon & Garfunkel and Rod Stewart. “Greatest Hits, Volume 2 really messe...
Britain plans to save itself post-Brexit with imaginary ferries. Plus it's been an exciting start to the year including North Korean defections and vegan sausage rolls breaking the internet. Plus, a
Prog Magazine’s Jo Kendall pops round to Bill Bailey’s house for a chat about progressive rock and his upcoming Larks In Transit tour…
Andy, Nish and Alice learn the latest stupid Brexit news, discuss just how bad the republicans are handling sexual assault claims, discover what happens when scientists are given ecstasy...
Ever since first hearing the siren call of The Rubettes’ “Sugar Baby Love”, Mark Kermode, TV and Radio’s Mr Movie, has been possessed by a determination to find out how it feels to be on stage with a band and to make the noise that bands made.
This is the 240th edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show. This show is built around an interview with Matt Baber, Joff Winks & Brad Waissman of the band Sanguine Hum, & they’ll be talking about the release of their upcoming new album, ‘Now We Have Power’, out in October via Bad Elephant Music.
Great music as always here but also some interesting talk about being a band that plays non-mainstream music in the current state of the music business.
The boys weigh in on The Civility Debate.
I haven’t listened to this show much before now but I enjoyed this episode. It’s nice to hear a good honest clash of different points of view. I have to say I’m on John Syracusa’s side in the debate here.
If there’s an award for podcast of the year this should be the winner.
The band Hüsker Dü emerged in the late 1970s as one of the definitive punk acts from the midwest. Hear the story of their formation and career in the words of the band’s members and those that celebrate their indelible mark on rock music.