WXPN's live performance and interview program featuring music and conversation from a variety of important musicians
Kurt Vile Makes A Country Record
In this episode, Vile shares the story of how he got to work with his musical hero, John Prine.
Bill Callahan Shares Home Recordings From His Latest Album
Bill Callahan knows how to inhabit characters that make it easier to see yourself, or someone you know, in them. His latest album, Gold Record, is no exception.
Chris Frantz's Memoir Explores Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club From The Inside
From Talking Heads' first gig opening for The Ramones at CBGB to their last at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Frantz's book is filled with incredible stories.
Arlo McKinley's Life Is Full Of Gripping Stories
The singer-songwriter released his album, Die Midwestern, on John Prine's label last year.
Dumpstaphunk Captures What Nasty, Funky Sound Is All About
Led by Ivan Neville, son of Aaron Neville, Dumpstaphunk's songs combine good times and a sweaty sensuality with social and political commentary.
The Bee Gees' Barry Gibb And Producer Dave Cobb Talk New 'Songbook'
Gibb has released a new album that presents the songs of his Bee Gee brothers in a whole new way.
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Second Best only to Song Exploder
Fantastic music podcast with bite sized episodes and unique live performances. Was very pleasantly surprised to hear the Waxahatchee episode.
Awesome podcast - with a suggestion
The podcast guests that are interviewed as well as the content of the questions and the great music these guests share with the audience are top-notch. The only suggestion I have is that Raina back-off on identifying herself every few minutes of her interviews. Not sure if she’s not aware of how frequently she’s doing it or if it’s a conscious effort to insert herself in the framework that is supposed to be the artist’s but either way, it’s annoying. Otherwise, an awesome podcast! Thank you to Kallao and Raina for a great podcast of great music!