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If There is Hell Below (est. 2010) is a weekly new music podcast presented by two best pals Rob Morgan and Callum Eckersley. Each week they bring in 12 new tracks, have a few beers, chat about their favourite finds of the week and joke about life.
'On the Ark with…' is a brand new podcast from the boys who gave you the If There Is Hell Below.
In each episode Rob and Callum invite one of their favourite artists onto their mythical ark; a huge vessel prepped for the end of the world and with your hosts as Co-Captains they welcome their new ship mates.
Over drinks they ask the people who make the music what songs and albums have made them the musician, artist and person they are.

If There Is Hell Below... If There Is Hell Below

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If There is Hell Below (est. 2010) is a weekly new music podcast presented by two best pals Rob Morgan and Callum Eckersley. Each week they bring in 12 new tracks, have a few beers, chat about their favourite finds of the week and joke about life.
'On the Ark with…' is a brand new podcast from the boys who gave you the If There Is Hell Below.
In each episode Rob and Callum invite one of their favourite artists onto their mythical ark; a huge vessel prepped for the end of the world and with your hosts as Co-Captains they welcome their new ship mates.
Over drinks they ask the people who make the music what songs and albums have made them the musician, artist and person they are.

    Explaining The Magnum Lolly Stick To An Alien

    Explaining The Magnum Lolly Stick To An Alien

    Boys are back from vacation with one of the broadest pods of the year with some of that old school electro, some South American jazz funk, breakneck Oz punk, Ghanian highlife, stoner drone and more. Tracklisting Mini Skirt 'Pressure' Scone Cash Players 'The Mind Blower' Badge Époque Ensemble 'Sing a Silent Gospel (feat. U.S. Girls & Dorothea Paas)' St. Ove 'What I'm Digging For' Saturn's Husk 'A Shattered Visage' Smarts 'Cling Wrap' MADMADMAD 'COOKIKI' The Garifuna Collective 'Black Catbird' Gyedu-Blay Ambolley 'Who Made Your Body Like Dat'

    Mum's Top Three Worst Meals

    Mum's Top Three Worst Meals

    Chops for dinner but good ones as picked, cooked up and served by head chefs Rob and Callum. Fine cuts of country rock, good indie, baroque psych pop, library eastern funk, Venezuelan afro-funk-rock, the jangle and smoky film noire jazz hip hop. Tracklisting ZZZWalk ‘Cold Dark Days’ The Deer ‘ Superstition Mountains’ Surprise Chef ‘New Ferrari' Wicketkeeper ‘The Side’ Raúl Monsalve y los Forajidos ‘Cafunga’ Sven Wunder ‘Hanami’ zeroh ‘HEYOKA’ The Bats ‘Warwick’ THIBAULT ‘Centrelink’ Laura Fell ‘Bone of Contention'

    Beck’s Thetan Readings

    Beck’s Thetan Readings

    Rob and Callum return with new songs and some scoops of the real lives of music icons as record buyers, as people of worship, jobbing musicians and property owners but who are they?Plenty of flavours to enjoy in this episode from Norwegian country pop to some hypnotic techno pop to spacebomb folk rock to prog and a band that just sound like Beck oh and some real real nice jazz funk hip hop stuff. Tracklisting Gregor ‘The Rock (and Stars)’ Young Guv ‘Cold In The Summer’ Cayacus ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’ chongonthenomad ‘On Fire’ Horatia Luna ‘Fuck The System’ Smokescreens ‘Fork in the Road’ Skyway Man 'Sometimes Darkness / Railroad / Sometimes Darkness Reprise’ Andy Bell 'Love Comes In Waves’ Bendik Brænne ‘Needless to Say’ Alexia Avina ‘Fit Into'

    Good Shit Quality Podcast

    Good Shit Quality Podcast

    10 life changing new songs as chosen by Rob and Callum, this hot streak is getting silly now. The most blistering power pop, fuzzy Afro-rock, heavy fund inserts, killer hip hop, studio tight pop, balladry and honestly maybe our best 10 tracks till we do it again. Tracklisting Bab L’ Bluz ‘Gnawa Beat’ DEHD ’Nobody’ Home Blitz ‘What We Wore’ Fatlip & Blu ‘Good For The Soul ft. Hemlock Ernst The Budos Band ‘Long In The Tooth’ Elrichman ‘Seeking Grey Skies’ Tim Heidecker ‘Fear of Death’ Fabiano Palladino ‘Waiting’ Jaga Jazzist ‘Tomita (Edit)’ Lomelda ‘It’s Infinite'

    Perfect Starmix Ratio

    Perfect Starmix Ratio

    Rob and Callum are back with a bag of assorted musical sweet treats, a perfect ratio of quality and variety. There's sinister UK jazz, a fun eastern inspired library funk nugget, Japanese fuzzy indie, latin soul and high 70s gloss rock. Tracklisting Romano'MaNiya' The Nude Party 'Shine Your Light' The Reds, Pinks & Purples 'Pictures of the World' Joey Quiñones 'Left With A Broken Heart' POKUS 'Pokus One' Yves Jarvis 'For Props' Yankee Bluff 'Mowee Wowee' Widowspeak 'Plum' Happypills 'Swimming' Francis Lung 'Brooklyn Gurls'

    Do Vegans Eat Their Whitlows?

    Do Vegans Eat Their Whitlows?

    Rob and Callum return from holiday with 10 absolute heaters including 2 song of the year contenders for Rob. Expect some ECM'esque joyful Scottish morning jazz, folk from a wisened soul, some shimmering indie, country, studious hip hop beats and electro funk boogy. Tracklisting illuminati hotties 'will i get cancelled if i write a song called, "if you were a man you'd be so cancelled"' Jonathan Personne 'Springsteen' Andrew Wasylyk 'Last Sunbeams of Childhood' The Twilite Tone 'Do It Properly' Shawn Lee's Incredible Leg Warmer Band 'Body Jam' Rae Fitzgerald 'Smileland' Kath Bloom 'Blinded' Moise 'Gold Rush' Laure Briard 'Grandeza' H.C. McEntire 'Final Bow'

Customer Reviews

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45 Ratings

45 Ratings

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Baddass mother

Greg BY ,

Class act

Just straight up bangers from little known artists each month. Rob and Callum dig out and compile the good stuff so you don't have to.

Ben848484 ,

The best new music podcast?

Question mark because I haven’t listened to all the competition obviously. As a busy 30-something juggling family and work commitments, I don’t have time to trawl the internet for new music. Luckily Rob and Callum do it for me and their recommendations are consistently superb. New hip hop, punk, jazz, bedroom pop, and plenty of stuff that sounds like Teenage Fanclub, because there’s always time for that.

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