Yoshitoshi Radio, the new radio show from Sharam, puts a strong emphasis on Yoshitoshi, the label that Sharam has helmed for over twenty years and which to this day operates on the cutting edge of dance music. Comprised of live DJ sets, studio mixes, and guest mixes from Yoshitoshi artists, the program serves up underground house and techno mixes packed to the brim with promos, exclusive material, and world premieres. You heard it first on Yoshitoshi Radio.
By This Is Distorted
Take a walk down memory lane as myTalk's Donny Love shares pop music and rock stories only the most experienced of radio DJs can. Holly Roberts, an old soul with a youthful curiosity, joins Donny as he reveals untold stories behind your favorite songs, tales of meeting rock stars in person and other gems from the classic radio business. This is Stories from Top 40!
By PodcastOne / Hubbard Radio
Anne Mileski from anacrusic.com engages in meaningful conversations about music and music education. Following the mantra "purposeful, sequential, joyful" each episode highlights different topics elementary music teachers face each and every day in their school classrooms. The Anacrusic Podcast is a chance to put your arm around another music teacher buddy and start discovering your most joyful music teacher heart.
By Anne Mileski: Music Teacher, Curriculum Designer, and Blogger
The Modern Musicking Podcast (modmus), is a bi-weekly examination of topics, trends, and technologies affecting classically-trained musicians. It is a co-production of the Carnegie Mellon School of music and Pedal Note Media. The show is hosted by Lance LaDuke and is produced by Michael Bridges.
By Lance LaDuke
Want to hear a story? Country music is full of them, always with a killer soundtrack, sometimes a soundtrack made by a killer - like Spade Cooley, the only convicted murderer to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Or there’s the time Loretta Lynn released a song about birth control in the 1970s and everyone pretty much lost their minds. You’ve heard those? You sure? Millions of people think they know all about Merle Haggard’s 1969 song, “Okie from Muskogee,” but they’ve had it wrong the whole time. You’ll find those stories and others right here, obsessively researched, written and narrated by Tyler Mahan Coe, a lifelong veteran of country music and its mythology. Country music fans already know this is their new obsession but read the reviews and you’ll see how fast it’s catching on with listeners new to the genre. No other podcast is telling these stories, not like this. Start at the beginning. Press play. [If you aren't sure about the first episode, try Wynonna or the Kershaws. After that, though, you will want to return to the first episode and go from there. The show is constructed in seasons and episodes are presented in a careful order. You’ll find text transcripts of every episode at cocaineandrhinestones.com. Support the podcast for as little as $2 a month at patreon.com/tylermahancoe.]
By Tyler Mahan Coe