One A Day
Summary: Welcome to the official podcast for One A Day, one of the longest-running, continually updating music blogs in the Southern Hemisphere. We cover everything from dance bangers to alt-country, classical music to disco, and write in-depth analysis of any song that strikes us, 365 days of the year. Here, we discuss our favourite songs from yesterday, today and tomorrow, as well as taking a step back to examine the culture at large. Subscribe and come hang with us. From Beyonce to Brubeck, Paul Simon to Pixies, you'll find your favourite new jam or rediscover an old favourite.
For our sophomore podcast, we discuss whether The Strokes are still ‘a thing’, the perennial allure of Crowded House, why Miguel will be the biggest thing in neo-soul and whether Calvin Harris can actually call out new London producer Jakwob for stealing a chord progression. Subscribe to the One A Day podcast on iTunes and never miss a beat. J1: Sticky Fingers – These Girls D1: Miguel – Adorn J2: Crowded House – It’s Only Natural D2: Jakwob ft. Maiday – Fade Other songs we mentioned: Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone John Legend ft. Kanye West – It’s Over D’Angelo – Send It On The Strokes – One Way Trigger The Strokes – All The Time Like us on Facebook so we can feel better about ourselves Retweet the snide observations we make on Twitter Thanks for listening. We love you.
Podcast #1: The Ultra Aussie Edition On our inaugural podcast, we discuss David’s recent trip to Miami to cover Ultra Music Festival, whether EDM is actually eating itself, how long it will take Swedish House Mafia to actually retire, the serene magic of Golden Plains and what makes Ben Lee’s first single from 1997 such an Australian classic. D1: Zedd – Clarity ft. Foxes [Listen] D2: Swedish House Mafia vs Benny Benassi – Satisfaction [Listen] J2: Dick Diver – Keno [Listen] J2: Ben Lee – Cigarettes Will Kill You [Listen] Other songs we mentioned: Major Lazer – Pon De Floor Beyonce – Run The World (Girls) Ben Lee – Catch My Disease Ben Folds – Brick Madeon – Finale Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Like us on Facebook so we can feel better about ourselves Retweet the snide observations we make on Twitter Thanks for listening. We love you.