A podcast by Sean Perrin about Radiohead.
David McShea on Hanging Out With Radiohead
On today's episode of the show I chat with listener David McShea about his love of Radiohead's music, concerts he attended, and how one of these concerts lead to him winning not only front row tickets, but also an exclusive chance to interview the band.
My Radiohead Story
On today's episode of the program I share how I discovered Radiohead, and why I fell in love with their music to the extent that I did. If you enjoyed this episode and want me to do more like it, please send me an email with your question at email@example.com
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12 - Sequoia Sounds on Covering Radiohead
Today's special guest is Sequoia Sounds who is another creative YouTuber who creates stunning renditions of Radiohead songs including some you might now expect for solo piano, like There There and Burn The Witch. We discuss how he creates such rich textures in his music by creating the illusion of a third hand, which songs are coming up next, and some other material that really motivates him as a musician.
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Covering Radiohead Songs with Joe Edelmann
Today's special guest is Joe Edelmann who creates note-perfect renditions of Radiohead songs on YouTube. We discuss how he picks songs to cover, his working methods, and his advice for other players looking to cover Radiohead songs. We also dive into some analysis of the band's music as a whole, and discuss a shared concert experience at Osheaga in Montreal in 2016. In the extended Patreon edition of the show, we also discuss Joe's experience meeting Ed O'Brien and more.
HeavyPiano on Improvising Radiohead
In today's episode of the show I speak with Joshua Piper who is the pianist behind the HeavyPiano YouTube Channel and a professional musician in Austin, Texas. We delve deep into his creative process, and he even plays some piano for us live on the air with excerpts from No Surprises, Exit Music (For a Film), and Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Alan Cross, Host of The Ongoing History of New Music
In today's episode of the podcast I'm joined by Alan Cross, who is a self-defined "Professional Music Geek," the host of The Ongoing History of New Music radio program, and author of The Secret History of Radiohead. We discuss Alan's view of Radiohead's career from the perspective of a radio broadcaster, how streaming is killing the music industry, and why the modern "song economy" means truly innovative music like Kid A and songs like Paranoid Android may not have become successful had they been released today.
Satisfying for Musicians
Found this via an Instagram ad and decided to give it a whirl. Was not disappointed. Interesting, in-depth, and inspiring. Bonus points for Sean being a fellow Matt Good lover and Calgarian!
Finally!! Thank You!
Kudos to Sean Perrin for producing a podcast that I feel will appease the mind of the most discerning Radiohead fan.
An acute foray and thought provoking exploration of our favourite band, music and creative process in general packaged with a casual personality and approach.