EPISODE EIGHT – MAXÏMO PARK

“You’ve got to believe in the power of a pop song.” Tim speaks to Newcastle upon Tyne’s finest purveyors of compelling, caustic, romantic, rocking, passionate and peerless power-pop… Maxïmo Park… about their career so far and how – as Depeche Mode once sang – everything counts. You can also hear this podcast on APPLE SPOTIFY […]

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EPISODE SEVEN – STEPHEN STREET

“It’s not about how you twiddle the knobs and plug things in, it’s how you relate to people.” Stephen Street is one of those producers who seemingly can’t avoid making kickass albums with seminal bands. The Smiths, Blur, The Cranberries, Sleeper, Shed Seven, Kaiser Chiefs, Pete Doherty – the list stretches off into the distance. […]

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EPISODE SIX – DAVE ERINGA

“There was me, clueless metalhead in a Kiss T-shirt, in amongst all these cool London people, and I think the Manics just recognised another outsider.” For our first show of 2020, Chris speaks to Dave Eringa, a producer whose humour, vitality and passion has given him long associations with Idlewild, Roger Daltrey and – perhaps […]

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EPISODE FIVE – SOPHIE HUNGER

“This world that I built in music makes more sense to me – I will live here.” Tim speaks to one of the most inventive singer-songwriters to emerge in the last couple of decades, Sophie Hunger. We discuss the paths Sophie has taken in her music-making life so far, touching upon language, travel, playing a […]

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EPISODE FOUR – GIL NORTON

“The way someone like Dave Grohl plays the acoustic guitar… you get a sense of why that song exists.” Gil Norton’s journey from minding the 8-track tape machine in Liverpool to producing global smash-hit albums for Foo Fighters and Counting Crows, not to mention classic records by the likes of Feeder, Throwing Muses, Terrorvision, Jimmy Eat […]

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