Music stories from behind the scenes with the iconic artists that lived it and those that were there.
Explicit language and drug references. James Blunt is Being Blunt... and we like it. Unfiltered, Uncensored, and Unadulterated.
Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love and communal music, there is a darkness that surrounds the band. Across five decades, a string of unexplained accidents, murders and disappearances have befallen some of the band’s most dedicated fans; affectionately known as "DeadHeads." Some were last seen on their way to Grateful Dead concerts, others simply vanished or were tragically murdered while attending shows. Hosted by Payne Lindsey (Up and Vanished) and Jake Brennan (Disgraceland), DEAD AND GONE Season 2 dives deep into the DeadHead subculture, investigating four of these tragic unresolved cases while simultaneously navigating the career of this iconic band. A long, strange, deadly trip into the world of The Grateful Dead.
From killer classics to modern day masterpieces – these are the albums you need to know and the albums you need to own.
Peter Rix has spent his entire adult life working in and around the music business in Australia. From managing artists like Marcia Hines, Jon English, Hush and Billy Field, to 14 years as the original Producer and Chairman of the ARIA Music Awards. Peter's book of contacts is extensive. From these contacts, he's picked the who's who of music legends to talk to for this series. They are the success stories, the survivors, the maniacs who helped steer the Australian music business from the 1970's onward.. and somehow, they're all still relevant and thriving today. You will hear their stories, their triumphs and their troubles: unvarnished and honest conversations with a bunch of unique, fascinating characters.
You’ve heard their music, now hear their stories as we put the spotlight on music’s biggest names.
Comedians Floyd Alexander Hunt and Gabbi Bolt combine their musical expertise* to give their unsolicited “notes” to famous musicians. *half baked childhood classical music tuition that turned out to be mostly unusable.
On the release of his memoir, Nikki Sixx reveals insights from his life so far on ‘The First 21’. Hear about who Nikki Sixx really is, and his alter ego Frank Feranna. In a 2 part podcast containing the music of Motley Crue and Sixx AM, he reveals recent surgery that sidelined him, where the inspiration of his most famous songs came from, and exactly what it will take to get Motley Crue performing stadiums again in 2022. In a warm, unguarded discussion, Nikki Sixx reflects on the road to now, and the direction he’s going in.
In this mixtape of documentaries, host Sarah Esocoff takes you to rap battles, mosh pits, and songwriting sessions. We’ll explore non-binary identity through emo music and trans history through a lost VHS tape. Sounds Gay tells stories of queer people whose lives have been transformed by music.
Take Flight hosts informative, candid, and in-depth chats with pivotal figures who are transforming Australian hip-hop into a truly global proposition. Hosted by Hadyn Wings and 24 Karat Kev, join the duo as they document this unprecedented era of Australian hip-hop; talking to not only the artists who are taking centre stage, but the behind-the-scenes figures who are confidently connecting all the dots.
Relive the music and pop culture moments of the 1990s, year by year with Dannii Minogue. From 1990 to 1999.
Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion, and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time.
A living, breathing sonic blender of a podcast. Over eight episodes, we’ll celebrate the re-release of The Black Album (“Enter Sandman,” “Nothing Else Matters”), and the incredible band that made it. This is more than a “Making Of” look at the album. It’s the story of James, Lars, and Kirk — not just how the album got made, but why.
Aussie electronic music powerhouse Peking Duk, Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles talk through greatest successes and most embarrassing fails and a whole lot more with some of their favourite musicians, artists, creatives and everyone in between. With original music overlays and immersive sound effects, this podcast will be a platform for the Duk and their guests to tell crazy career chronicles, and get a whole lot deep in a jam packed weekly episode with bonus ones from the road!
Former Triple J host Linda Marigliano gives you the spin on this week’s hottest new music. This is your need-to-know new music show What are the week’s hottest new songs and how do you find them? Linda Marigliano’s got you sorted, sifting through all the latest tracks to serve up the week’s best new music in one easy-to-digest little package. Kind of like a ‘new music dumpling’.
Hosted by Flea, founding member and bassist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, This Little Light is a podcast about falling in love with music. Flea interviews musical guests from all genres to discuss the teachers who guided them, the influences that inspired them, and how the lessons they learned as young musicians have shaped their creativity, resilience, and careers. Guests range from legends to rising stars, and include Rick Rubin, Patti Smith, Thundercat Margo Price, and Cynthia Erivo. The podcast is produced by Cadence13 and Parallel, with proceeds benefiting the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that Flea co-founded in 2001.
Matty O from British India hosts the best Homegrown Aussie music only on Triple M & LiSTNR