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Music Makers and Soul Shakers with Steve Dawson
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Music Makers and Soul Shakers is a weekly podcast featuring long-form interviews with musicians, producers and music business people that focuses on their career, their creative process and the art of recording. It features leading artists from the Americana world, which includes folk, rock, blues, jazz, and indie music. The listenership is very dedicated and eager, regularly contributing and commenting, as well as bringing new subjects to the table. The podcast fills a niche in that there are many music podcasts, but none that feature such in-depth interviews, and the listeners can expect to hear artists and musicians speaking about the kind of music they enjoy. The artists featured are very supportive and every week, their audiences are exposed to the podcast, so while it is relatively new, it grows each week. I am a full-time musician and producer, which gives me an interesting perspective, and access to artists that many would not have. I am able to relate to the guests in many ways and they tend to open up in a way they do not in a regular interview. This makes for captivating conversations, and most listeners listen tot he entire show, which is usually well over an hour. I am a Juno Award winning producer and artist and receive publicity for my career regularly that also highlights the podcast. The popular website Popmatters.com just called my podcast one of the top 2 podcasts about this kind of music, and had this to say: "Dawson's ability to create an environment where the stories flow freely and openly is noteworthy. Budding podcasters would be wise to take note of the techniques both he employs in his work and consider building a landscape of smarter, better ‘casts that deepen our knowledge rather than serve as platforms for our more prurient interests. This show serves a critical role in the chronicling and advancement of Americana and roots music." Read the full article here: http://www.popmatters.com/column/the-new-oral-history-chris-shiflett-and-steve-dawson-create-smart-listenabl/#ixzz4Ij8TCd8L
Mark and Sarah Talk About Songs
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Praised by NPR as "the thing that's making us happy this week"***, Mark and Sarah Talk About Songs (MASTAS) features two arts and entertainment journalists -- Mark Blankenship and Sarah D. Bunting -- discussing pop songs they feel passionately about. Both Mark and Sarah are longtime music dorks who get VERY enthusiastic about everything from Salt-n-Pepa's greatest hits to Jewel's worst cultural crimes. MASTAS has reached the top 5 of the iTunes Music Podcast chart and in less than a year has been dowloaded over 100K times. Our regular episodes receive 2200 downloads in the first 60 days, and our themed episodes receive between 3000-5000 downloads in the first 60 days. Episodes of MASTAS are generally centered around a single song, though some rank every song on an album or explore a particularly theme (Christmas songs, left-y political songs, etc.) The discussions always range far and wide. No matter what, however, MASTAS remains lighthearted, and smart. Blank space weird problems with metadata. The hosts are opinionated and lively, but never snarky. MASTAS posts a new episode almost every Thursday. ABOUT THE HOSTS: Sarah D. Bunting is the co-founder of both Television Without Pity (and co-author of the TWoP book) and Previously.TV. Her website Tomato Nation has been prominent for over fifteen years, and her writing has appeared in Salon, The New York Times Magazine, and many others. Mark Blankenship is a noted theatre journalist who created and edits the magazine TDF Stages. He also has written for The New York Times (and NYT Magazine), The Village Voice, Variety, Salon, Vulture, and many others. He is the producer and director of the documentary film series Meet the Theatre, and he has appeared as a cultural commentator on CNN, The Joy Behar Show, and the CBC. In 2015, he lived the nerd dream by competing on Jeopardy! *** NPR reference occurred on the December 21, 2016 episode of the podcast Pop Culture Happy Hour. The MASTAS praise begins at 41:37.
DJ ARCH Soulful House Sessions
DJ ARCH has maintained a highly successful podcast since 2007. He has provided quality dj mixes that have been download by thousands all over the world. Growing up in Brooklyn New York, DJ ARCH has witnessed and been a part of the evolution of hip hop. Disco has also played a major role in his musical endeavours and as a result, the early to mid 80’s started his progression into the dance/electronic age. Some of his many musical influences include DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash, Afrikka Bambatta, DJ Marley Marl, DJ Red Alert, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Spinna, Tony Humphries, Louie Vega and Darryl James to name a few. In 1988, DJ ARCH bought his first set of 1200s and started mixing hip hop, disco, r&b and house. A true turntablist, DJ ARCH has not stopped mixing ever since. In the early 1990s DJ ARCH began djing parties all over NY including Syracuse, Oswego, Cornell and of course NYC. DJ ARCH is one of the more versatile DJs around. His skills cover all genres; Hip Hop, R&B, House, Disco, Reggae, Reggaeton, Classics, Top 40 and more. Today, DJ ARCH’s passion for the soulful house underground has been evident in his very popular podcasts and streaming radio mixshows. DJ ARCH has a popular free podcast show at www.deejarch.podomatic.com. Brooklyn's #1 Mixmaster is known for selecting fabulous deep soulful heart thumping sounds that include awesome vocals. You can also listen to him live on the technics 1200s every Monday night 7-9pm EST, 12-2am UK time on www.pressureradio.com. Also be sure to check out my mixshow on www.nervedjs.ning.com every Sunday from 12am-1am EST, 5am-6am GMT and http://bit.ly/djarchonfleetdjradio every Sunday 12am-2am EST, 5am-7am GMT where you will find my mixes both past and present.
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