Off The Rails is the newly revamped form of Off the Record - the leading UK country music podcast, talking to artists about the stories behind their songs with a broad scope of artists from up and comers to household names... Off The Rails offers a frank insight on the latest arts and culture releases, from country music to the latest literary fiction and thrillers.
2.2 Our 2021 Most Anticipated
Imogen and Madeline are back to break down what's on their most anticipated lists of books and records for the coming year, including what they've started the year off with and how they're getting to the end of quarantine.
Introducing Off The Rails
Off The Rails is a part of the Off the Record network, discussing all things arts and culture - the highs and the lows and everything in-between - from the latest country music releases to the best literary fiction and the thrillers we're loving.
The podcast is the newest iteration of the Off The Record podcast. In this episode, we introduce our new co-host Madeline and talk about our favourite new releases.
Episode #133: Gabrielle Mooney
Imogen chats to up-and-coming singer-songwriter Gabrielle Mooney for a candid conversation about moving to Nashville, her first single and how she has navigated 2020.
Episode #132: Cameron Duddy (Midland)
After a brief hiatus, we are back and kicking off another season of Off the Record with our next guest Cameron Duddy from Midland to talk all about how the pandemic has affected the band and what's up next.
Episode #131: Jamie Floyd
Imogen chats to Jamie Floyd about her EP 'New Girl,' writing Ashley Monroe's hit 'The Blade' and her achievements in 2020.
Episode #130: Exit 216
Imogen chats to up and coming duo Exit 216 about their new release 'Brother,' their upcoming releases and how they came together as a duo.
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Don't stop doing this
Keep on doing this love these interviews
This is my new favourite podcast to listen to on the tube. What an excellent idea of moving country music to the UK! I love the passion for music from the perspective of both Imogen and whoever she is interviewing. It is a refreshing take on musicans for both fans and artists. Can't wait for the next podcast!
Keep OTR coming!
Awesome podcast! This not only finds fresh talent, but we also get to hear the stories of how they got where they are today.
Awesome to see where the genre is going and all the peeks into the Nashville scene.
To top it all off, Imogen's quirky looks at how the yanks and the Brits do things differently is fun and certainly something you can't find anywhere else.