A music podcast with Caz Tran that explores how music soundtracks, punctuates and permeates our life. An intimate look at how a single song can express who we are, what we're going though and where we're heading.
The sounds of Julie Shapiro's life
Radiotopia's Julie Shapiro shares her love of riot grrrl and The National on Don't Look Back
Emma Alberici: from hard partying clubhead to hard hitting journalist
From hard partying clubhead to hard hitting journalist, get to know the real Emma Alberici and why one pivotal Sting song means so much to her.
How Karen Carpenter fuelled Bic Runga's rebel heart
How Karen Carpenter’s virtuosic percussive skills and haunting vocal qualities fuelled Bic’s rebel heart
Gawurra reflects on the people and events that got him to where he is today and contemplates where his music might take him into the future.
The song that continues to give hope and energy to Nattali Rize's mission
Whether she’s fronting Blue King Brown, in solo mode or collaborating with Jamaica’s most talented artists, her creative drives are almost always focused on elevating consciousness and the greater good.
Why Fela Kuti’s songs still resonate in Nigeria today
Most of the things he stated 30, 40 years ago are playing out in 3D slow motion. And it’s unfortunate that Nigeria has not moved forward in the last 40 years.
I’m a bit ashamed to admit I’ve only just jumped on the podcast train but what an introduction!
I’m a muso so this particularly appeals to me but it should prove a great listen to most people.
I love listening to people speak so passionately And articulately about songs ... 5 stars from me... keep ‘em coming Caz. Appreciate your time and effort in producing these.
I have just discovered this podcast and am eagerly devouring the episodes on the commute to and from work. The discussions are heartfelt and give a beautiful insight into many artists that have been a big part of the soundtrack of my life. Highly recommended!
Great structure, great interview style, great guests. Very entertaining and intimate.