Listen to one of the top-rated architecture podcasts as the USModernist® crew talks and laughs with fascinating people who own, create, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most controversial houses and buildings in the world. Guests include Daniel Libeskind, Barbara Bestor, Moshe Safdie, Alexandra Lange, Paul Goldberger, Tom Kundig, Larry Scarpa, Josh Ramus, Kate Wagner, Helena Arahuete, Debbie Millman, David Brussat, Sekou Cooke, Lord Peter Palumbo, Eric Lloyd Wright, Carl Abbott, Marlon Blackwell, Frank Harmon, Sarah Susanka, Kelly Lynch, Eames Demetrios, Raymond and Dion Neutra, Eric and Susan Saarinen, Dirk Lohan, Brad Dunning, Nathanial Kahn, Tim Ross, Alan Hess, Hicks Stone, Craig Dykers, Hugh Kaptur, Harry Bates, Allison Arieff, Alison Brooks, Jim Cutler, Justin Shubow, and many others. Special musical guests (past and upcoming) include Lucy Woodward, Stacey Kent, Nneena Freelon, Eliane Elias, Jane Monheit, Jennifer Warnes, Heather Rigdon, Pat Kirtley, Colleen Du
Your hosts Goof and Jeroen select and discuss the finest Post-Punk, New Wave, Goth, Industrial, Cold-Wave, Alternative, and Darksynth tracks. Music with a shiny, dark edge to it. In our show, we share the stories behind hot new releases and classic songs, we bring you interviews with fresh new bands and sprinkle it all with a few Goth approved movie tips. The most beautiful flowers grow in moonlight, at the edge of the ravine. Come see what we’ve picked for you and celebrate the night with us! Enjoy the music and share what you like. Many of these tracks are old, some almost forgotten, others are new and worth more attention than they are currently getting. Our mission at The Infected is this: We spread what we love and what we believe is worth your attention. Each time we endorse a work of art, each time we create another entry point to it, each story we share, we aim to add value. That is the goal, to be a platform supporting the dreamers, the seers, the makers.
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Welcome to the Kinjaz PodKast! With host Ben Chung of the Kinjaz, this is where we literally talk about anything and everything that is awesome to us. From dance, to business, to straight up LIFE topics…we go IN! We will be talking to inspirational movers and shakers from various industries to dive into their stories of how they’ve built themselves into who they are today. You will receive firsthand tips, life hacks, and endless amounts of inspiration…GUARANTEED. So let’s talk!
"Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" is all about the greatest rock and roll stories on record, plus the untold tales of some great hits that time forgot, but maybe you’ll still remember. We focus on the 1950s through the 1980s although we also occasionally reference songs from more recent decades if they fit the topic for a particular episode. We are regularly downloaded in 135+ countries. We will celebrate the 5th birthday of the "Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll" podcast series on December 27, 2020.
Singers, groups, producers, and authors associated with songs that were hit during the decades of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. For instance, interviews have included Connie Francis, Gary Lewis, Roy Orbison Jr., Paul Anka, Dionne Warwick, and Peter Asher.
I (Ezra) interview different types of POC, Asian American, or LGBT storytellers about their creative process. We also talk about fun stuff and spirituality.
Comedian Myq (Mike) Kaplan is The Faucet. Except instead of water like from a literal faucet, what comes out are words, thoughts, ideas, jokes, rhymes, philosophies, fun, and more, in a stream of consciousness. A stream. Like water. See? Like this.
The Creator Insights Podcast is your guide into the world of online content creation and the business behind it. We profile some of the most interesting content creators from around the globe and find out how they do what they do. If you’re a creator of any kind (YouTuber, Instagrammer, blogger, podcaster, composer), this podcast offers a handful of actionable insight and useful information. Learn how these entrepreneurs, marketers, and creatives built loyal communities and successful businesses from their craft. It's a podcast by creators, for creators!
The Pain Cave is a free-flowing conversation with a wide variety of guests from the worlds of running, ultrarunning, and exercise science. We talk about physiology, sports science, politics, music, beer, and occasionally running.
A podcast about what it means to be a teenager in the 21st century, covering topics from school to social life to issues affecting our generation, and everything in between. In each episode, high-schoolers and cohosts, Benjamin and Darshini, share a story submitted by a listener and discuss the larger topics surrounding that story. Each episode also features teenager-created music and artwork, providing listeners with an opportunity to share their talents.
A polar podcast exploring our present and future with Antarctica and the Arctic. Armchair travel to the last great wildernesses. Journalist Fraser Morton brings you stories, encounters and wild tales from adventurers, filmmakers, writers, artists, musicians, anthropologists, scientists, and every day people who explore, work and protect these polar places. Escape humanity through polar audio stories.
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The Business Side of Music Podcast is a weekly podcast. The main objective is to educate and train musicians to succeed in the music business. The host Bob Bender is an established music industry veteran with years of major label and indie artist experience. Bob guests include music industry experts who share their experiences in the music industry. Bob took over the hosting of the podcast in 2016.
This show is one of the world’s most listened music business podcasts. Heard in 60 plus countries and has been download over 150 thousand times.
You will find that this is an informative and helpful medium for singers and musicians who want to become successful in the music industry.
This Podcast provides essential information about the music business, including recording, copyrights, songwriting, and so much. And the most important you will learn how not to taken by the industry Sharks.
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This podcast is devoted to the lives and experiences of instrumental musicians who play for musical theatre. Listeners can hear the stories of what goes on in “the pit” and aspiring musicians can learn what it takes to become a pit musician.
I'm mainly looking for musicians with theatre pit experience and stories to share from all sorts of theatres around the world, from amateur to professional. I'm also interested in guests with an adjacent insight, such as theatre composers, artistic directors, technicians who work with the physic...
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