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Darrell Craig Harris is a long-time pro musician, globally published music journalist, and Getty Images photographer! Darrell has interviewed numerous household names in the music world, from jazz luminaries to global rock and pop superstars. In this series, he’s talking about all things music, with guests from many parts of the music world including artists, record labels, musical instrument manufacturers, music biz insiders, and more! Co-produced with Nigel J. Farmer @ www.MusicTribesUnite.com
 
Music Matters Media covers all genres of music from Pop, R&B and Hip-Hop to EDM, Pop-Punk, Alternative Rock and more! Listen as we discuss music news, album reviews, concert reviews, discover up-and-coming artists and talk about all things music. You can now stream the #MusicMattersMedia podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Audible, Pandora and any other platform podcasts are hosted. Make sure to subscribe to catch up on old ep ...
 
PLEASE SEND DEMOS TO: demo@blacksoulmusic.com (ONLY Downloadable SoundCloud links will be listened) Leading regional electronic music (underground house, deep house, soulful, tech house and nu disco) record label. The label is established in 2006 and it's owned by Croatia's biggest export in house music Tom Pasanec artist also known as BLACKSOUL / PEZNT. Licensing / Publishing: info@blacksoulmusic.com All inquiries: info@blacksoulmusic.com Check out www.blacksoulmusic.com for more.
 
3 friends hoping to make the world a better place one song at a time. Our musical tastes span a wide variety of genres, many of which aren't played on mainstream radio. We want to bring these sometimes overlooked and unknown artists to you. Music that moves you, music that means something, music that matters.
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed ...
 
Professional drummer and host Eddy Barco explores the creative minds of notable musicians and professionals. Each conversation is un-planned, making for a genuine listening experience where we discover who artists are outside of their work. Just two people having genuine conversations about what matters to them.
 
The Unity message is universal, uniting, empowering and transformational. Carrying this message to the world with the power of music and song are scores of singers and songwriters who dedicate their extraordinary gifts to helping heal the world and spread the message of unity and oneness. Tune in to Posipalooza: Music That Matters with host Richard Mekdeci to hear the music and the artists who are changing the world, one song at a time.This program is sponsored by Empower Music and Arts.Join ...
 
The Current Music News is the essential daily listen for fans of all genres to catch up on what matters in the music world. Hosts Jay Gabler and Jade break down industry developments to explain how they affect you, fill you in on breaking news about upcoming releases, and surprise you with strange-but-true stories. It’s a quick, fun and informative rundown that will make you think, make you laugh, and help you understand what’s happening onstage and behind the scenes in popular music. There’ ...
 
Joel Zaslofsky – your community-animating, convention-challenging show host – taps into all his powerful (and often quirky) strategies in a diverse mix of conversations and solo episodes. For example, you’ll get chats with TED Talk hotshots like Andy Puddicombe on meditation, experts like Tsh Oxenreider on gratitude, humble influencers like Joshua Becker on minimalism, or Paleo superstars like Mark Sisson on Primal-living. The show has 100,000s of downloads because listeners love to deeply e ...
 
Pedagogy Matters is a podcast series from College Development Network (CDN), hosted by Jonny Rees. The episodes shine a light on pedagogy, breaking down the key aspects and how these can be realised in current practice, whether that be online delivery, face-to-face delivery, or a mixture of both. A conversational format with professionals from the FE sector across the UK, sharing their views, experiences and insights across different elements of pedagogy, what it means to them and how they c ...
 
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Pianist Igor Levit talks to Tom Service about his latest epic recording project – three and a half hours of music by Dmitri Shostakovich and the Scottish composer Ronald Stevenson. No stranger to large-scale works he live-streamed Erik Satie’s Vexations during lockdown playing 840 repetitions over 16 hours as part of his online House Concerts. He d…
 
Listen in on episode 16, season 3 of Music Matters with our fun new chat with globally known Gaga tribute artist Tierney Allen from her home in Las Vegas! Tierney was recently featured in TIME magazine! Darrell and Tierney talk about her beginnings, living and working in Las Vegas, her viral social media posts on TikTok, and more! Find her on TikTo…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
SARIN — “The Culling”, 2019. Randolph & Mortimer — “Citizens (Schwefelgelb Remix)”, 2017. Millimetric — “Who Killed Bambi”, 2017. Haujobb — “Sinus Problem”, 2001. Ötzi — “Outer Bounds”, 2020. Mestre — “The New Beat”, 2020. Christ Analogue — “Cold Magnetic Sun (Black Hole)”, 1996. Diary of Dreams — “Butterfly:Dance”, 2000. Black Nail Cabaret — “My C…
 
As Music Matters returns to the airwaves for the Autumn, and classical music emerges from Covid along with the rest of the world, Tom Service assesses the current state of play with musicians and industry leaders, and asks them how much has really changed in the last eighteen months and what the future holds. Gillian Moore, Director of Music at the…
 
Our new Music Matters with Darrell Craig Harris chat is with the awesome singer-songwriter Seth Turner and The High Desert Drifters directly from his home in Las Vegas! We talk about Seth’s busy schedule as a pro musician, his approach to songwriting, upcoming projects, and more on Episode 15 of Season 3! Music Matters is sponsored by our friends a…
 
NEW INTERVIEW with talented composer and producer with ODD COUPLE As a producer oddCouple has been busy the last few years but this track marks his first official release since his critically acclaimed debut album Liberation which came out in 2016. The album finds oddCouple returning to the spotlight and delves into appreciating how a winding path …
 
NEW INTERVIEW with talented artist and songwriter RILEY CLEMMONS Riley Clemmons is a 21-year-old artist from Nashville, TN who has accumulated over 210 million global streams and 50 million YouTube video views since the beginning of her almost decade-long career. After spending years honing her craft in writers’ rooms, Riley sky-rocketed onto the s…
 
Listen in on my fun recent informative chat with Editor In Chief, podcast producer, voice-over artist, Nigel J. from his home in rural France! Today we hit 150K downloads - AWESOME :) We talk about the influence and healing power of music on humans, the current state of things in the global music community, and more! You can find Nigel J. at Music …
 
Cut Copy — “Future”, 2004. Pet Shop Boys — “In the Night”, 1988. El Deux + Martin Kraft — “Gletscher”, 1982. Yello — “Lost Again”, 1983. Chico Crew — “Acid Pages (Church Mix)”, 1988. Yazoo — “Situation (US Mix)”, 1990. Dave Inox (feat HIV+) — “Miss Conceptual (Raul Parra remix)”, 2020. Kimshies — “Banoffee”, 2020. Moris Blak — “Strange Eternal”, 20…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
New conversation with talented producer and multi-media genius CRANKDAT Gear up. It’s what fuels the Crankdat project to its very core and embodies what 22-year-old Christian Smith is inspiring others to do on a daily basis. In just a few years, the multi-faceted Ohio-based artist has amassed nearly a quarter of a billion total streams, toured 4 co…
 
U2 — “Alex Descends Into Hell for a Bottle of Milk / Korova 1”, 1991. Happy Mondays – “Loose Fit”, 1990. Soma — “The Day the Sun Stood Still”, 2001. Leaether Strip — “Battleground (KGB Slam Edit)”, 1990. yelworC — “Recall”, 1994. Cyber Axis — “A.I.Y.M.”, 1994. Biopsy — “Indifference”, 1997. Die Warzau — “Strike to the Body”, 1989. Notausgang — “Kim…
 
New interview with SMLE & ATHENA TV Award-winning video game Rocket League’s leading female streamer Athena just announced her first foray into music, joining forces with Grammy-nominated duo smle for their vibrant new single, “Eternal.” Out on Monstercat, the unmatched gamer turned singer-songwriter introduces her powerful vocal chops and pop sens…
 
Trigger warning: This episode contains references to childhood sexual abuse, racism, self-harm, suicidal ideation, drug use and also contains some details of a traumatic incident involving fire. (See support links below.) In Part 2 of the Oasis and Mental Health mini series, I interview previous @OasisPodcast guest @Cynthializa, who is a stylist at…
 
TISOKI is back on the podcast to talk about angel investing, fashion, and his new album release. British bass producer Tisoki today released his poignant debut album, ‘01953’ on Monstercat. Featuring ten tracks that traverse classic dubstep stylings, trap-fueled grime, experimental bass, and beyond, his genre-fluidity is a glimpse into the varied m…
 
The final epside of the Leadership Matters mini-series is with Roddy Millar – Founder and CEO of ideas for leaders, and Co-Founder of the Scottish Leadership Institute. Roddy discusses his work as a writer and publisher in the fields of executive education, management and leadership. Roddy works with international business schools and we will be ex…
 
It was a real pleasure to re-connect with Drummers - David Segal and Joe Hardy after first meeting at the NAMM show, and recently for Pizza in Las Vegas. Both their individual and collective strength, attitude, and work at Can Do Musos are very inspiring for me. I hope you also receive something from listening to this 30 min podcast. For context - …
 
I've collaborated with James from Oasis Podcast for a mini series over the next few weeks and months exploring the theme of Oasis and mental health. Why Oasis, why mental health? I have openly expressed my love for Oasis since starting this podcast, and it remains a running theme throughout as I get to grips with exactly what it is about the band t…
 
Kate Molleson looks back on a year of musical connection and reflection as she revisits some of the guests we have featured on Music Matters.Kate talks to American composer, vocalist, dancer and film artist, Meredith Monk and she shares her thoughts on nature, art and resilience through the age of pandemic. Tom Service and South African soprano, Go…
 
The third epside of the Leadership Matters mini-series is with Janet Whitley, Collective Leadership Lead at Scottish Government. Janet discusses the work of Collective leadership Scotland, how they support partners and colleagues from across the public sector in the practice of collaboration and collective leadership and how leaders in the FE secto…
 
UK R&B/Soul singer Ashaine White joins me from her home in London to talk about her new release, being a busy vocalist in the UK, working as a music journalist, and much more... Ashaine brings the musicality back into singing with her nods to jazz harmony and a spell-binding but moody approach to Neo-soul. Inspired by the likes of Jeff Buckley, Lia…
 
Kate Molleson talks to some of today's greatest writers about how music shapes their work and explores the ineffable intersection between words and music. Featuring Colm Tóibín, Elif Shafak, Ishmael Reed, Simon Armitage and Lavinia Greenlaw.Best-selling Irish author Colm Tóibín’s writing is infused with sound and music. His latest book is a fiction…
 
I had such a fun time chatting with the legendary Randy Brecker from the amazing Brecker Brothers! Such an awesome and long career, we covered a lot of ground. He's a very generous and gracious man, and he had me in stitches! Randy has had such an interesting life, his beginnings go back to being a founding member of Blood, Sweat, and Tears! His wo…
 
The second epside of the Leadership Matters mini-series is with Anthony Willoughby. Anthony is an author, explorer and founder of the Nomadic School of Business. During this episode, we chat about what Anthony has learned about leadership from living and working with indigenous communities across the world. We discuss the importance of personal lea…
 
A conversation with talented artist ANAGEL ENGLUND Anabel Englund’s sound is entrancing in its dichotomy; bright and carefree with her authentic Southern California breeziness. Other times she irresistibly alluring with her dark, smoldering touch. The singer-songwriter explores the dynamics of that captivating contrast with her debut album Messing …
 
(screengrab from the original live stream using Switcher Studio IOS App) Our new Music Matters podcast chat with amazing UK jazz vocalist Beverley Beirne from her home in England! We chat about her just-released album "Dream Dancer" produced by the legendary Jason Miles Music and her amazing cast of top London session musicians that join her in thi…
 
Interview with amazing musician KATE SCHUTT Kate is an award-winning songwriter, singer, guitarist, and producer. In 2018, Schutt gave a TEDx talk, “A Grief Casserole - How to Help Your Friends & Family through Loss,” which has been called “nothing short of life-changing” for people dealing with grief. Kate took a 5-year break from songwriting, per…
 
Laura and Nigel speak with soca producer Kasey Phillips and former Grammy Awards genre manager Marlon Fuentes about the clear opportunities towards recognition of the genre within the Recording Academy by their facilitation of the soca producers' significant membership drive in 2021. This first step is a real world initiative that can move the need…
 
A slight change to the format, we're going to run 4 episodes entitled, 'Leadership Matters', exploring leadership from different perspectives. The first in the series introduces Grant Ritchie – former Principal at Dundee and Angus College and Fellow with CDN. During this podcast Grant discusses his leadership journey, what helped and hindered him o…
 
Interview with talented musician HUSKS Brooklyn, NY- Husks is the brainchild of Brooklyn singer, producer, and composer Connor Small. A multi-instrumentalist, Small has a penchant for crafting dark, experimental electronic-pop atmospheres: fusing icy synths and booming industrial percussion with delicate, vulnerable vocals. His work is influenced b…
 
On this episode of Switcher Chats is my good friend Christa Renwall - what a powerhouse lady, multi-talented and passionate in helping other artists realize their full potential. Her natural ability to mentor and seek out tangible rock-solid action plans, and witnessing the devastating impact Covid 19 emergency has brought on the Finnish arts secto…
 
Double Echo — “The Position”, 2019. The Hollow Dolly — “Dance Your Life Away”, 2019. Skeleton Hands — “New Clear Dawn”, 2017. Talk to Her — “Set Me Free”, 2020. Houses of Heaven — “All Possible Obstacles Are Present”, 2020. Maenad Veyl — “Moving Heat”, 2020. Goblin Summoner — “Symbiotic Biomech”, 2020. Randolph & Mortimer — “Existing, Not Living”, …
 
Image credit: The Japan Art AssociationAs the celebrated violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter prepares for the premiere of John Williams’s new violin concerto, she talks to Tom Service about making music in and out of the pandemic. She reflects on how her relationship to music has changed over the past 18 months and the need for urgent change when it comes…
 
Interview with multi-talented actor, writer, and musician JOHN ROBERTS Hailing from Edison, NJ, John Roberts's deep-rooted love for music can be traced back to his youth. At the onset of the 90's he fell in love with the New York City rave scene and frequented the storied warehouse parties mythologized in movies like “Go.” He visited Other Music in…
 
Reggie Washington was both raised and started his musical career in New York. Now he is globally known as a consummate bass player, bandleader, composer educator, mentor, and a man that has followed his heart in love. Living in Brussels, Belgian with his wife and three daughters. It was really great fun to spend quality time with him chatting about…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
I was looking forward to chatting with Rebecca, especially about her new debut album 'Love Life Choices' - Although having listened to her singing and knowing some of her musical family histories. It becomes all apparent why she sounds so polished for her age. Having active encouragement from an uncle - Steve Angel the drummer who played with Jimi …
 
Interview with talented duo FORESTER Formed in 2019, Forester is a new indie electronic duo that has already made a lasting impact in the scene. The Los Angeles-based group is comprised of Xander Carlson and David Parris, both of whom write, produce and sing. Their music blends acoustic instrumentation with electronic elements that transport the li…
 
Laura and Nigel speak to Trinidad and Tobago EDM and hip hop artist and songwriter Braveboy about his many unique collaborations with global artistes from Albania to Taiwan, and almost everywhere in between. Those connections have produced music licensing deals that are more important in a world recovering from a pandemic. Lessons learned, advice s…
 
In this episode we talk to Laura Watson and Katie Paget from Dundee and Angus College where the topic of ‘Education for sustainability’ is explored and unpicked. They share their perspectives on what is meant by the term, why they feel it is important, and how colleagues from across the sector can integrate conversations on this topic within their …
 
(screengrab from the original live stream using Switcher Studio IOS App) My good friend in London, UK - Fiona Ross, and I had a chance to catch up. Mostly, I wanted to share with all of you how totally amazing this multi-talented individual is, and for you to hear it directly from Fiona with some prompting from me. She tends to rave on about new an…
 
Sure — “Lying Dead”, 2020. lykard — “Unsterblich (Club Mix)”, 2020. SDH — “No Miracles”, 2020. X Marks the Pedwalk — “Paranoid Illusions”, 1993. SPK — “Metal Dance”, 1983. Ultravox — “White China (Special Mix)”, 1984. New Order — “Round & Round (Kevin Saunderson 12″ Mix)”, 1989. Real Life — “Send Me An Angel”, 1989. She Past Away — “Girdap”, 2019. …
 
Interview with a legend in the making DANTE BOWE. We talk about his latest album, circles. The album, circles, is Dante’s most candid work to date and explores themes of gratitude, forgiveness, perseverance, and understanding. It tells the story of his family as well as his own personal journey of self-discovery from homelessness to platinum-sellin…
 
Linton Stephens is joined by the soprano Nadine Benjamin ahead of a performance of her autobiographical opera BEAM, part of the Summer at Snape season. She reflects on how music has the power to heal and why she finds strength in her voice.The music psychologist Natasha Hendry talks to Linton about her research into race and racism in music educati…
 
(screengrab from the original live stream using Switcher Studio IOS App) When Nigel J. and I started this podcast project, we set out to achieve 100K downloads. We thought it might take 12 months? We've managed this 100K milestone in 6+ months with just 35 podcast shows and an Apple Listener rating of 4.6 of 5 Stars on nearly 800 comments. And hit …
 
With Father's Day on Sunday and male mental health awareness week this week, here are some clips of Alan McGee, Bez of Happy Mondays and Mark from Skunk Anansie talking to me about their relationships with their fathers and sons.Di Katerina Georgiou
 
Within this episode, we explore the topic of Emotional Pedagogy with Alan McLean. Alan draws upon his extensive experience in the education sector to unpick what is meant by the term emotional pedagogy and the impact that emotions can have on the learning experience, from both the perspective of lecturers and students. Alan explores different conce…
 
Kate Molleson celebrates Coventry as UK City of Culture 2021, exploring the musical life there, its rich musical history, and talking about what the future holds for Coventrians. She begins at the heart of Coventry in the ruins of the old cathedral, which was destroyed the November night in 1940 when the German Luftwaffe flattened the city centre. …
 
(Switcher Studio IOS App camera aspect view 1) Music Matters with Darrell Craig Harris (pro-bassist) Livestream this time is at the Pioneer Saloon with singer/songwriter Chris Heers- This Las Vegas native has songs that have been featured in movies, TV, Xbox, and Wii Country Dance Video Games, and on worldwide radio charting several top 100 songs i…
 
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