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A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
Every fortnight Gareth Main (Independent Music Podcast) invites in someone from an innovative independent label and chats about their inspiration, the music and the motivation for running a record label in the 21st century. Listen live on 199 Radio every other Tuesday between 6-8pm UK time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Nick Bowman presents The Future Underground Show. Listen and download the monthly show here on Podomatic. Previous guests on the show include: Sasha, Mauro Picotto, Ellen Allien, Audio Injection, Cari Lekebusch, Joel Mull, Alan Fitzpatrick, Gary Beck, Nic Fanciulli, Paul Woolford, Mark Broom, DJ Dextro, Deepgroove, Thomas Schumacher, Heckmann, Electric Rescue, Israel Toledo, Tom Hades, Dolby D, Stefano Noferini, Daniel Portman, Hobo, Hans Bouffmyhre, Markantonio, Fabio Neural, Kai Randy Mich ...
 
Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities ...
 
Jonny Bentley and Jordan Dover bring you 15 Minutes of Football: a podcast where the most complex of football topics are concisely discussed in 15 minutes or less. The main focus is the Premier League and all teams will be covered over the course of our 4 topics. 15 minutes per-topic. One hour of quality content. Statistical, emotional but, most of all, entertaining!
 
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Here is my column for ESPNFC on the sacking, last night, of Ronald Koeman, by FC Barcelona, following a giant-killing defeat at the hands of Rayo Vallecano, the latest in a series of results that made this outcome automatic. All of the information I have - some of which you'll hear here - tell me Xavi is the man to replace him, returning to the clu…
 
Paolo Sousa played through the pain barrier for his entire career, but it didn’t stop him winning back-to-back Champions Leagues at Marcello Lippi’s Juventus and then Ottmar Hitzfeld’s Borussia Dortmund. He had come to feel unwanted at Juve, and it was surely karma that it was the Italian club that Borussia defeated in the 1997 final. Also in part …
 
It’s spooky season, so the gang takes a trip back to 1683, when the devil arrived in Country Durham and commanded a farm hand named Andrew Mills to murder three children with an axe in a crime described as “the most horrid and barbarous murder that was ever heard in the North”. And if you so wish, you can try and summon the killer at midnight on Ha…
 
Paulo Sousa was one of the most elegant midfielders of his generation. The Poland head coach is also one of the beautiful game’s deepest thinkers. In part one of our chat, you’ll hear about how he would visualise techniques and game scenarios before playing. Nobody told him to do this – it was an instinctive process, and one that has now been forma…
 
Hola! Hope you enjoyed yesterday's Clasico, which finished Barcelona 1 Real Madrid 2. Myself and Pete Jenson answers your questions covering Alaba's goal, Depay, Modric, Ansu, Koeman's future and whether it is time to make the call to Xavi Hernandez. Enjoy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Two sublime reissues bookend this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We open with the gospel soul from Pastor T.L. Barrett and close with the gorgeous avant-folk from Japan courtesy of Reiko and Tori Kudo. Between those, we go on a wild journey, including the mutant techno of Jlin, detective jazz of Aging alongside Land Trance, South American psyche…
 
Here's part two of this month's Q&A, with a focus on the upcoming Clasico. What does the rest of Spanish football make of the global fascination with Barcelona and Real Madrid? And how will a faltering Barcelona cope with Vinicius as the Real Madrid forward develops game-by-game into a world-class talent? Pete Jenson and Graham Hunter have the answ…
 
Here are Graham, Pete Jenson and our beloved socios, asking and answering all around this coming Sunday's Clasico - in this first part, we connect the Champions League performances of Barcelona and Real Madrid to the possible outcome of the weekend's La Liga meeting. And the focus falls on two of the hottest properties in Spain: Ansu Fati, whose si…
 
In March 1988 Britain experienced an odd couple of weeks of public executions, lynchings and even a gun attack at a funeral. You’d think you’d remember it. In the concluding episode of our three episode series the bodies of the so-called Gibraltar Three – IRA members shot in the street by the SAS – are returned home for burial, but a mourner at the…
 
Here’s another chance to hear my interview with Alan Smith from season four. Alan was part of an Arsenal side which won England’s top division twice, and he won the golden boot twice, but a crisis of confidence blighted the end of his career, even when he scored the winner against Parma in the 1994 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final. The Gunners’ succ…
 
For more information about Nick Bowman and The Future Underground Show visit: www.facebook.com/bowmannick and to subscribe to the show on itunes click here: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-f…id288401159?mt=2 www.residentadvisor.net/dj/nickbowman www.twitter.com/djnickbowman Nick Bowman Tracklist 01. Karim Alkhayat - The Last Trip [Deep Therapy] [Pr…
 
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I’ve had with my guests over the years. This episode focuses on Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool assistant manager Pep Lijnders tells us how Jurgen and his coaches instil the players’ inner voice in training. Jurgen’s charges can adap…
 
After our week away last week, we have a truly sublime selection this week. There’s a real record of the year contender out of left field from Chinese artist Yikii, who blends classical music with post-industrial haunted Chinese nursery rhymes, there’s the last recording from Finnish experimental pioneer Pekka Airaksinen, and the latest ace new rec…
 
In part two of my fascinating conversation with Michael Laudrup, we continue talking about Swansea’s 2013 League Cup triumph. They won the final against Bradford 5-0 but Michael never liked humiliating teams or individuals. We hear about a masterclass dealt out in Naples by one Diego Armando Maradona when Michael was playing for Juventus. Michael a…
 
In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Four million chickens dying in the aftermath of an interview on regional TV. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the second of a three part series we examine the aftermath of the SAS’ very public killing of three IRA members in Gibraltar…
 
As a player and a manager, Michael Laudrup was pure footballing nobility, so much so that they made him a knight of the Danish realm. Michael is one of that rare species who can articulate his playing genius. Crucial to his development was playing under Johan Cruyff at Barcelona, who was a genius at conveying his message in simple terms. There’s gr…
 
We are off this week so we decided to revisit this extraordinary selection of tracks from 2018. Including some people with new records on the horizon including 700 Bliss, Ko Shin Moon, and Colin Stetson... back next week. Even though we sit here having played music from 390 releases this year, we feel a bit uneasy producing a ‘best of’ 2018 when th…
 
Here’s another chance to hear my interview with Christian Fuchs from season four. Back then, Christian was still at Leicester, where he had won the Premier League against all the odds. Nigel Pearson signed him for the Foxes from Schalke – and was then promptly sacked. But the left-back fitted in with Claudio Ranieri’s plans. Ranieri made every play…
 
A mellow but extraordinarily varied podcast this week, as we explore some of the latest releases across the musical spectrum. From Japanese folk to ferocious noise rock, stopping off at hip hop, Indonesian avant garde experimentation, roots reggae, and library music. There’s a lot to enjoy on this relatively short – but packed full of goodness – ep…
 
In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Unforeseen consequences for the makers of Count Duckula and Danger Mouse. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the first of a three part series, we return to March 1988, when the SAS used lethal force to prevent an IRA bomb attack in Gibr…
 
In part two of my fascinating interview with Aberdeen boss Stephen Glass, we hear about how everyone goes on about ‘pressing’, but no side can truly pull it off for ninety minutes. You’ll get the skinny on some of the great coaches Stephen has worked under or alongside: Roy Aitken at Aberdeen, Ruud Gullit at Newcastle, Gianluca Vialli at Watford, T…
 
Stephen Glass might have been brought up as a Dundee United fan, but he gave everything as a player and gives everything as a manager to my beloved Aberdeen. Once, he even helped relegate United while wearing a red jersey. Stephen learned his trade from coaches who had played during the Dandies’ golden age, but boy, it was a tough apprenticeship. S…
 
It's a return for some popular names on this week's Independent Music Podcast. We got ourselves very excited when we heard of Richard Dawson collaborating with Finnish underground dominators Circle and the first results - appearing on the show - are worthy of the anticipation. We also have the new one from perennial pod favourites GNOD, a track we …
 
For more information about Nick Bowman and The Future Underground Show visit: www.facebook.com/bowmannick and to subscribe to the show on itunes click here: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-f…id288401159?mt=2 www.residentadvisor.net/dj/nickbowman www.twitter.com/djnickbowman https://djcelec.com https://www.beatport.com/artist/celec/556528 https://so…
 
In part two of my riveting Big Interview with Aston Villa manager Dean Smith we hear about how he establishes the right culture by leading by example. He thrives on developing players, and consistency is his byword. All of this laid the groundwork for the incredible 7-2 destruction of then Premier League champions Liverpool in October 2020. Thanks,…
 
Dean Smith is a dyed-in-the-wool fan living the dream. As a youngster, the Aston Villa manager watched his club’s glory days from the Holte End when the European Cup was clinched and talents like Brian Little, Gary Shaw, Gordon ‘Sid’ Cowans, Andy Gray and Didier Six plied their trade. But the man he has just sold for £100million – Jack Grealish – r…
 
Heavy hitters abound on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, gathering highlights including the dark drum and bass of Kesa Getame on ANA, the Krikor remix of Cairo’s Dijit, and an absolutely sublime new one from Mira Calix on Warp. Tracklisting The Umlauts – Um Politik (PRAH Recordings, UK) Kesa Getame – B2 (ANA, UK) Kulk – Shuck (Hominid Sounds,…
 
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I’ve had with my guests over the years. This episode focuses on Jose Mourinho. Benni McCarthy’s tough time at Celta Vigo ended when Jose brought him to Porto. Benni saw the Portuguese as a father figure, and would have run th…
 
We go in hard this week, with the consistently dancefloor filling Otim Alpha terrorising us with his high BPM electro Acholi sounds. There are let-ups sprinkled across the pod, with the exquisite new Elena Setien record on Thrill Jockey, and spiritual jazz from Irreversible Entanglements. Mostly though, we’re going uptempo, with a cracker from Rose…
 
It was quite a transfer window in La Liga, but when we asked our socios for questions, there was one move they all wanted to know more about. Here is Graham and Pete Jenson with a 360-degree look at the deal that took Antoine Griezmann back from Barcelona to Atletico Madrid. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In part two of my absorbing conversation with Vinny Samways, we speak about the midfielder’s earlier days at his beloved Tottenham, not least his time spent under manager and club legend Ossie Ardiles, who Vinny considered to be ahead of his time. Vinny was the kind of player Ossie wanted the play to flow through, his ‘pivote’. There was even a cal…
 
From punk black metal to fingerpicking folk, via the "mind-spanking workouts" of the fabulous Ábris Gryllus and bouncy electronics of Lia Mice, there's pretty much something for everyone on this week's podcast. Tracklisting Betamax vs Clive Bell - Visions (Byrd Out, UK) KUUNATIC - Tītián (Glitterbeat Records, Germany) HTRK - Kiss Kiss and Rhineston…
 
Vinny Samways is a man I admire. At the age of 28, the classy midfielder gave up the English top flight and stepped into the unknown. He signed for Canary Islands club Las Palmas, then in Spain’s second tier. It was a struggle to adapt at first, not least because of the number of yellow and red cards Vinny received, but in his fourth season there h…
 
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I’ve had with my guests over the years. This episode focuses on Roy Keane.Darren Fletcher believes that Roy was underrated in terms of his passing and ball control simply because he played alongside the magnificent Paul Schol…
 
For more information about Nick Bowman and The Future Underground Show visit: www.facebook.com/bowmannick and to subscribe to the show on itunes click here: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-f…id288401159?mt=2 www.residentadvisor.net/dj/nickbowman www.twitter.com/djnickbowman 01. Luigi Madonna - Enveloping Times (Original Mix) [Drumcode] 02. Luigi Ma…
 
Percussive music from Nairobi kicks us off this week on a usually eclectic Independent Music Podcast. We have avant-folk from Newcastle, the latest extraordinary hiphop experiments from Pink Siifu, a new electronic label from Shanghai, a collaboration between Jamaica!! and pod favourites Sly & the Family Drone, and lots more. Tracklisting Leon Dunc…
 
Rafael da Silva’s most memorable Sir Alex Ferguson moment was just after Manchester United had lost the Premier League title on goal difference to their city rivals in 2012. Fergie told the players to remember how the loss felt, and indeed United came back to win the league the next season. Sir Alex understood Rafa and got inside his head. Also in …
 
Brazil has an uncanny habit of producing truly special right-backs, and Rafael da Silva fits that classification. In 2007, he signed for Manchester United on the same day as his twin Fábio, and the brothers have now released a joint-memoir, The Sunshine Kids. In part one of this engaging Big Interview, Rafa suggests that Ronaldinho represents the s…
 
Phenomenal experimental music spanning from Vietnamese electronics to Mexican disco to lots in-between. Stopping off for a cut from the Solemn Brigham LP on Mello Music Group, downtempo hiphop from Germany, polyrhythmic electronics from Poland, Instagram found sounds, Cameroonian house and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Rắn Cạp Đuôi Collective – In…
 
You know the headline: Leo Messi, maybe the greatest footballer to ever take the field, will leave Barcelona, the only club he has ever played for. Here is my take - and your questions - on how we got here, what is real and what is spin, and what may lie ahead for Messi and for FC Barcelona, whose financial crisis is ground zero for this monumental…
 
This night was one for the books. With a sold-out crowd of nearly 7,000 people, we reopened trance music in New York city under a flawless Brooklyn Sky in a night I'll remember for a very long time. My set was full of new music, and capture on multiple different cameras and drones!By Gareth Emery
 
My 2.5h deep set from our debut Metropolis Festival @ Brooklyn Mirage, New York, Jul 30th, 2021. This set was a joy: I opened up an empty room with ambient music, before spending a few hours moving through some of my favorite deeper tracks from the last few decades. Enjoy!By Gareth Emery
 
Dub abounds in many of its forms on the Independent Music Podcast this week, from the heavy pounding of Kevin Martin’s The Bug, to funk-infused dub experiments from Tim Vanhamel’s Comité Hypnotisé moniker, via dub steppers from the master Alpha Steppas. We also have Japanese punk from the ace O’ Summer Vacation, sludge metal from Brazil’s Papangu, …
 
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