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To mark the release of The Hardest Battle (2 July 2021), the mighty Colin Moulding talks about being true to himself, avoiding cliches and fighting off being beige. The XTC bassist and songwriter reveals the inspiration behind his first solo single since 1980's Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen to Mark Fisher, Sarah Palmer and Peter Mills, who ask: · W…
 
In this second deep dive into XTC's lyrical references, we talk about the flora and fauna of River of Orchids, the one-way traffic of English Roundabout and the coastal retreat of Bungalow. In a lively and, above all, morally uplifting discussion, we swing from the suburban angst of New Town Animal to the assembly-hall nostalgia of Harvest Festival…
 
After enjoying a stateside hit with The Freshmen in 1997, Brian Vander Ark of the Verve Pipe got the chance to write with his hero Andy Partridge. His band had already recorded a cover of Wake Up (and an unreleased Blue Beret) and now he'd fly to Swindon to co-write Blow You Away. It's a story he tells in Go Further: More Literary Appreciations of …
 
With their allusions to town and country, chalkhills and steam trains, XTC have deep Swindon roots. But how well do their references travel? In the first of two episodes exploring XTC's Wiltshire worldview, we look at the influence of British nursery rhymes on songs ranging from Ladybird to We're All Light, Ballet for a Rainy Day and Brainiac's Dau…
 
"You think they're going to zig and they zag," says Ami Parkerson about XTC. In this multinational episode, our guest presenter introduces fellow fans Orit Friedland, Ondine PM, Ursula Marie and Leslie Randall to talk about Ladybird, Church of Women, Take This Town, The Last Balloon and The Mayor of Simpleton – not to mention The Woman's Encycloped…
 
Guest presenter Kevin Winser discovers XTC are as good to read about as they are to listen to as he chats to three of the authors who have put the band in print. This episode features Chris Twomey, author of XTC: Chalkhills and Children, "the definitive biography", Todd Bernhardt, co-author with Andy Partridge of Complicated Game: Inside the Songs …
 
More than 40 years after its release, Making Plans for Nigel is still haunting the imagination. In this episode, Tom Clarke, formerly of The Enemy, explains why he has brought Colin Moulding's character into the 21st century on The Chronicles of Nigel. He's joined by Laurie Nankivell who talks about the influence of XTC on Squid, whose song Housepl…
 
The festive fun continues with the second Yuletide episode of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast. The conversation continues as Andy Partridge and Chris Butler take us through some of their favourite seasonal songs. Amid the sleigh bells and trumpets, you can hear about a Captain Beefheart song that never was, the secret of the Zippy zith…
 
Prepare for a feast of seasonal excess with the first of two festive episodes of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast. First up is Martin Newell talking about Christmas in Suburbia and his fantastic Flowers in December EP. Then comes Chris Butler of the Waitresses talking about Christmas Wrapping to Andy Partridge who names the XTC song it …
 
Between 2002 and 2005, X-sTatiC performed 61 XTC songs in the course of eight gigs. Along the way, they picked up famous fans and paved the path for the Fuzzy Warblers and now Fossil Fools. Now, for the first time in over ten years, Dan Barrow (guitar), Ed Percival (bass), Adrian Ogden (drums) and Mick Casey (guitar) come together to talk about bei…
 
All the guests in this episode of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast are in their 20s. None was even born when Nonsuch was released. Yet all talk with passion and insight about XTC's enduring legacy. So what does XTC mean to a young generation of music lovers? From England, Scotland, Wales and the US, Margaret Brown, Myles Parsons, Huw Th…
 
What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast brings together fans and musicians alike to celebrate the enduring music of XTC. Every month, we take a fresh look at the band, from the singles to the albums, from the visuals to the personalities. It is witty, surprising and fun. In this podcast trailer, host Mark Fisher gives a flavour of the episodes…
 
In this special edition of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast, recorded live as part of the online XTC Convention on 19 September 2020, author Mark Fisher talks to leading stand-up comedians about their love of XTC. He also gets them to join in some games and make up some nonsense – or do they? On the panel are: · Joanna Neary, who once p…
 
"I still think XTC are one of the best bands ever," says Hugh Padgham – and he should know: he's worked with everyone from David Bowie to Brian Wilson, Kate Bush and The Police. Having enjoyed his earliest successes as sound engineer on Drums and Wires and Black Sea, and co-producer on English Settlement, he says XTC continue to hold a special plac…
 
Illustrator and graphic designer Andrew Swainson has been collaborating with Andy Partridge for over 20 years. As well as working on XTC and Dukes of Stratosphear re-releases, such as Skylarking and The Complete and Utter Dukes, he helped create the distinctive look of records including: Powers, Partridge's tribute to abstract electronic artist Ric…
 
Guitarist and keyboard player Dave Gregory talks about his contribution to the sound of XTC. In conversation with musician Hugh Nankivell, he reflects on the smell of guitars, playing an idolised instrument on Skylarking and the joy of making music with Colin Moulding and Andy Partridge. Recorded at home in Swindon in March 2018, the interview appe…
 
Jordan Cooper of Don't Let's Start: A Podcast About They Might Be Giants joins Mark Fisher, Mark Reed and David White to talk about the connections between XTC, TMBG and Adam and the Ants. In a freewheeling conversation, they explore the head versus the heart, intellect versus instinct, and content versus form. Along the way, Andy Partridge drops b…
 
To cheer us up during the Covid-19 lockdown, Andy Partridge pays a call to What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast with the promise that Everything'll Be Alright. He talks to author Mark Fisher with characteristic wit and candour about the power of XTC as a live band, the chords for Roads Girdle the Globe and how Yacht Dance was nearly a song …
 
Author Andrew M Stafford talks about Breathing the Same Air, his memoir of his time with XTC during the making of The Big Express at Crescent Studios in Bath. Belinda Blanchard, who had her own brush with XTC when she starred in the video for Dear God, previews her performance at the XTC Convention 2020. Mark Fisher, Mark Reed and David White join …
 
Giving a first listen to Garden of Earthly Delights: An XTC Celebration (Futureman Records), XTC fans Mark Fisher, David White and Mark Reed talk about: Don't Lose Your Temper covered by Derrick Anderson Your Dictionary covered by Mark McCrite Life Begins at the Hop covered by the Kickstand Band Seagulls Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her covered by Caspe…
 
Episode 6 – Woes and Sales Shownotes: This is episode 6 of the XTC Tech Podcast. I’m your host Fahad. Today we have 8 bookmarks to discuss in the usual categories. We will be soon adding video to the podcast as well much more episodes per week. Please check out our blog at https://xtctech.wordpress.com , and follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitt…
 
Episode 5 – The World vs. Apple Shownotes: This is episode 5 of the XTC Tech Show and I am your host Fahad. Today’s show has 8 bookmarks ranging from computers to gaming. Please check out our blog at http://xtctech.wrodpress.com , and follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/xtctech . Finally, please subscribe on YouTube at http://www.youtube…
 
Episode 4 – Bungie Black Ops Shownotes: This is episode 4 of the XTC Tech Show! We have changed the duration of the show. Today’s show has 10 bookmarks ranging from computers to cell phones to gaming! Please be sure to check out our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/xtctech. Please COMMENT, RATE, and SUBSCRIBE! Also follow us on Twitter at …
 
Episode 3 – The Next iPhone, Whaaa? Shownotes: This Episode 3 of the XTC Tech Podcast. Today’s show has 23 bookmarks ranging from computers to cell phones to gaming! Please be sure to check out our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/xtctech. Also follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/xtctech. Finally be sure to email us with your fe…
 
Episode 2 – Infinity Ward, who is left? Shownotes: This is episode 2 of the XTC Tech Podcast Series. We cover 18 bookmarks today ranging from computers to cell phones to gaming. Please be sure to check out our blog at https://xtctech.wordpress.com and follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/xtctech. 1. Facebook Overhauls Safety Center http:/…
 
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