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What junk have you got buried in your loft? In this new podcast, musicians have a rummage around in the attic to find some hidden gems from their past. From broken guitars to childhood diaries, journalist, Charlie Gunn, hears the stories behind these lost items. Support this podcast by making a small one-off donation of your choice. Visit https://supporter.acast.com/trash-in-the-attic for more.
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Trash In The Attic The Forty-Five

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What junk have you got buried in your loft? In this new podcast, musicians have a rummage around in the attic to find some hidden gems from their past. From broken guitars to childhood diaries, journalist, Charlie Gunn, hears the stories behind these lost items. Support this podcast by making a small one-off donation of your choice. Visit https://supporter.acast.com/trash-in-the-attic for more.
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    EP.6 – Natasha Bedingfield

    EP.6 – Natasha Bedingfield

    For this week’s podcast, I chat to singer and songwriter Natasha Bedingfield. Natasha has had quite an astounding career, her debut single 'Unwritten' was a worldwide hit and since then she's sold over 10 million records. Her success has taken her to all sorts of interesting places: from boating with the Kennedys to singing with Big Bird, Natasha brings some of her most prized possessions to the pod this week... including a raccoon's penis.

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    • 35 min
    Ep. 5 Glass Animals' Dave Bayley

    Ep. 5 Glass Animals' Dave Bayley

    For this week's episode of Trash In The Attic: the music podcast about stuff, Glass Animals' frontman, Dave Bayley, brings his unusual collection of items to the pod. We hear the stories behind his leopard print thong, an inflatable orange suit, a cow udder made of wax and he tells the tale of the great teddy bear heist of 2020. For more on this week's episode, visit thefortyfive.com/podcasts. Support this podcast by visiting https://supporter.acast.com/trash-in-the-attic.
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    • 37 min
    EP.4 – Orlando Weeks

    EP.4 – Orlando Weeks

    For this week's episode of Trash In The Attic, former Maccabees frontman, Orlando Weeks, lets us dive into his alarmingly-full cupboard which holds all of his worldly possessions. He's about to release his first solo album, 'A Quickening', out June 12 and we hear some stories about making the record, his days living in Brighton with Maccabees and the book he wrote, illustrated and soundtracked post-Maccabees split, The Gritterman. For more on this week's episode and to see pictures of some or Orlando's things, visit thefortyfive.com/podcasts. Support this podcast by visiting https://supporter.acast.com/trash-in-the-attic.
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    • 24 min
    EP.3 – Dream Wife's Rakel Mjöll

    EP.3 – Dream Wife's Rakel Mjöll

    This week's attic raider is one third of punk-pop band, Dream Wife. As they prepare to release their second album, 'So When You Gonna' Charlie Gunn chats to frontperson Rakel Mjöll, who is on lockdown in Iceland, about Icelandic flora, writing a diary and being part of her uncle's rather unusual art installations. For more from this episode, visit thefortyfive.com/podcasts.
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    • 34 min
    EP.2 - Baxter Dury

    EP.2 - Baxter Dury

    Baxter Dury is an incredibly talented musician and he's just released his sixth solo album, 'The Night Chancers' which is well worth a listen. Most of you will probably know he is also the son of Ian Dury of the Blockheads and he lives in the place where he grew up with his dad. For this week's Trash In The Attic, Baxter has a rummage around his flat in West London to find a brilliant collection of items that tell the most incredible stories. From his evil chess set Chessica, to the hammock that's getting him through lockdown, Baxter's wit and knack for storytelling makes this episode a particularly fun one. For more on this episode, visit www.thefortyfive.com/podcasts.
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    • 34 min
    EP.1 - Black Honey's Izzy Bee Phillips

    EP.1 - Black Honey's Izzy Bee Phillips

    Welcome to The Forty-Five's brand new podcast, Trash In The Attic, hosted by journalist and former NME Editor, Charlie Gunn.
    Each week a musician has a rummage through their loft to find some hidden gems from their past. Be it an old tour poster or a work of art, they tell the stories behind these lost items.
    This week Charlie meets Izzy Bee Phillips: ferocious front-person to Brighton indie band Black Honey at her home, in Sussex. Check out Black Honey on Instagram @blackhoney and for more on this episode and to see pictures of Izzy's items, visit The Forty-Five.
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    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Dan__E ,

Great Podcast

Really refreshing and interesting. Love the originality!

LANNEEEEW ,

Top new podcast

Great concept and v entertaining. Looking forward to the next ones!

MKavz ,

Really clever idea - great podcast

I loved listening to this. The fact people are being asked about things they really care about and in a different way leads to a very entertaining discussion. Look forward to more.

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