Your Favourite Podcasts


#44

Art + Music + Technology this week features @CarlMikaelBjork

Great show, @darwingrosse !


#45

Lots of good ones already mentioned, so I’ll say only one.

The Butterfly Effect with Jon Ronson

It’s exceptionally good!


#46

Mine would have to be the BBC “In Our Time” podcast, though all my friends think its too dry


#47

Following this thread. Many of my favourites already mentioned. I would add:

Waking Up with Sam Harris.

It gets dark and controversial, but after stewing in discussions about big problems in the world, I’m grateful to pop my head into communities like this, focused on music-making and passion for art. We’re on to something very important. Keep watering the right plants, fellow 'nauts!


#48

That was indeed a pleasure. Thanks for shining a bit of light on it, Peter!


#49

I quite enjoy the one about someone’s dad having found a creative outlet by writing adult fiction. Each week, a chapter is read and discussed by the participants and I find it hilarious. It’s not appropriate if you have english speaking kids in the car, though.


#50

I dig ATP and Startalk, other than that I’ve never really listened to much else or had anything stick. I don’t really have long commutes or anything I need to get through, and when I’m listening it’s usually tunes. Will have to suss out a few recommendations here at some stage though. I’ve wound up as a bit of a YouTube whore these days with it on my TV and everything, and I’ll mainly tune into Chillhop or Dubtechno live podcasts in a regular basis. I’ve kinda got my blinkers on for everything else, for ages I just watched every episode of The Camera Store TV’s show about digital cameras :slight_smile:


#51

Hopefully it’ll be interesting. If it isn’t, there not much I can do.


#52

#53

One of my favorite podcasts is made by Edmx / DMX Krew, 2008-2012. He is going through music (very differing genres, but mostly electronic) which inspired him and giving funny and excellent comments, while informing on his and the music‘s background history. It is about 26 episodes a +1h and can be painfully downloaded episode by episode here http://dmxkrew.blogspot.com/2008/?m=0


#54

Twenty Thousand Hertz, a short and gentle introduction to various sound-related phenomena:


#55

Blast from the past!
Not sure what I expected but this was not what I expected… :smile: Super chill guy, starts slow and it’s long, but quite interesting if you let it roll, maybe while your doing chores or something…
Part that got me was talk of 30,000 hours plus of practice/experience to become a master of one’s craft, in any field. Good stuff…


The varying qualities of modular based music and performances?
#56

How much does VH come up? Sort of a die-hard and happy to wade through other absurdities to get any little nugget, even if that means listening to Joe Rogan talk.


#57

Haha… I never thought I’d like Rogan but I do… To me he’s a sort of bridge between mainstream and alternative culture, the masses listen to him and he’s open minded enough to bring things to folks attention that they otherwise might not, and they trust him…

Talk about music an VH is more in the middle somewhere, but it’s not the main theme of the talk. I liked just listening to Roth, his personality is revealed over the interview an he’s super chill, there are some nuggets here and there…


#58

Here’s Justin Boreta from the Glitch Mob, might interest more folks around here…


#59

Here’s what’s in my cue, no music I prefer listening to conversations on my long commutes from home to distant land:

Rune soup
Conner Habib Against everyone
Unregistered Thaddeus Russell
Corbett Report
Grimerica (Gotta support my locals)
Dangerous History
History on Fire

Cheers!


#60

Jamie Lidell’s Hanging out with Audiophiles is mostly really interesting, he interviews some really interesting people and talks about their experiences, process, tips and tricks (plus, I like Jamie, which helps when he end up going into a rambling digression). He also aways has a “nitty gritty” section atthe start where he delves into an interesting sound/design/studio technique. It’s pretty cool.


#61

My weekly go-to 'casts and a few others I have on subscription are:

WFT? with Marc Maron (http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/rss)
The Product Breakfast Club (https://rss.simplecast.com/podcasts/3985/rss)
The UX Podcast (http://feeds.feedburner.com/uxpodcast)
TED Talks Daily (http://feeds.feedburner.com/TEDTalks_audio)

There are a few music-related ones, too, that I can’t remember because I don’t have my iPhone to hand… One was a series of conversations between bands and their producers, revisiting the making of their albums.


#62

Rogan kicks ass. His connection/involvement in the IDW makes total sense and just how open he is to whatever is great. Extremely high in openness, that man.

Bill Burr’s podcast is hilarious. He basically rambles into a microphone about whatever for an hour or so. He’s just constantly funny.


#63

Chowning Whips Synanon