We’re in the middle of a podcast renaissance. Should you look with enough contentration, you will find a podcast for almost any appeal to you have, be it comedy, music, movies, music comedy or plumbing (yes, there’s a plumbing podcast). If you want to geek on music, there’s a host of music podcast options.
For indie music fans, browse the Low Occasions podcast, located by Maggie Serota and Tom Scharpling. You might know Tom in the Best Display on WFMU. Low Occasions highlights include interviews with Lou Barlow of Dinosaur Junior. and Sebadoh, Dean Wareham of Galaxie 500, and Peter Prescott of Mission of Burma and also the Volcano Suns. Indie music review fans also needs to take a look at Music That Means Something, released by college radio station KEXP in San antonio. This podcast has more music than talk, and is a superb place to go to if, much like me, you do not have sufficient time inside your existence to source out audio. Sock Monkey Seem is another great podcast for that hard-core indie music fan, within-depth interviews and news. If you are keen on 90s British indie rock genres like Brit-Pop, Shoegaze, and Twee, take a look at Indiepop Radio, that is broadcast from the United kingdom. Lastly browse the Noise Pop podcast, released by Bay Area radio station KQED.
If you are into more niche genres of music, there a panoply of choices: If you are into Irish and Celtic music, take a look at Marc Gunn’s Celtic Music Podcast, featuring music from such artists as Sean Orr, Burning Bridget Cleary, and Rambling Mariners. If you are a Jazz fan, take a look at Within The Groove, Jazz and Beyond, written by WHUS in Storrs, Connecticut. If you are into garage punk, take a look at Garage Punk Hideout, a network of podcasts focused on garage punk and surf music. Talking about surf music, take a look at Surf Guitar 101’s podcast. For sheer diversity, take a look at radio station WFMU. WFMU puts up a lot of their shows as podcasts. You are able to pay attention to from free-form radio to punk to 60’s soul and funk Fans of Japanese punk should take a look at NIssei Sindex. And supporters of roots, country, alt-country, and Americana music should certainly visit Twang Nation.
Lastly, for sheer diversity, derive WNYC’s Soundcheck. and you’ll discover out about from Andrew Bird to some show focused on developing a playlist of the items Don Draper of Mad Men would most likely pay attention to.