The Needle Drop is a weekly independent music podcast that beats up weakly independent music podcasts. It's hosted by Anthony Fantano: a music dork who lives in the Constitution State of Connecticut where he goes to shows, buys records, breaks hearts, and runs a blog popular among music lovers and French aristocrats.
By Anthony Fantano
The Chillcast features a smooth, sophisticated mix of podsafe chillout music, hosted by "the sexiest voice in podcasting," Anji Bee, of chillout music band, Lovespirals. Kick back, relax and let Anji soothe you and groove you each Monday with her cosmopolitan blend of Electronica, Jazz, Soul, and World Music, much of which features female vocals. In addition to regular weekly shows, The Chillcast offers special artist interview features, collabocasts with other podcasters, extended DJ mixes, and many CD giveaway contests. Founded January 2006.
By The Machine
Revealing, emotional and hilarious world exclusive interviews with the biggest names in entertainment, hosted by Dan Wootton. Hear the most famous names in music, film, TV and showbiz discuss their bizarre lives in this brand new pop culture podcast. Each week a different A-lister sits down with Britain's best known showbiz columnist Dan Wootton, who edits the famous Bizarre column in The Sun newspaper. The star will also take part in How Bizarre, where they look back at some of the strangest moments in their life, as well as Bizarre's Digital Detox and one Bizarre Challenge.
By Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
Le podcast rap Les Bons Crus est une émission rap hip hop pour les gourmets diffusée sur Radio Campus Bordeaux depuis 2017. Tous les jeudi de 20h à 21h, l'équipe des sommeliers du rap vous propose de déguster une fine sélection de rap accompagnée d'une bonne bière !
By Les sommeliers du rap
The hosts, Chuck Gavoian and Randy Nader interview the leading Pop and Rock musicians of yesterday and today. The exclusive Pop Star Conversations highlight the celebrity opinions on politics, current projects and their Hollywood lives.
By Pop Star Conversations
Memphis musician J.D. Reager (that's me) moved to Chicago, lost his day job during a pandemic, and found inspiration in the midst of a personal crisis. Now, in addition to making records in his basement apartment, he's having meaningful conversations with friends and fellow creatives and turning the tide in a lifelong struggle with mental health.
By J.D. Reager
Music, Talk & Nothing But Business
By The Cosmick Voice