2015 with Richard Kingsmill
2012 - Last Show05/29/12
Listen to the last 2012 show on-demand. The show remains online for one week after broadcast.
The Port Macquarie singer has got exciting times ahead. She talks here to Richard Kingsmill about leaving school, finding her manager online, writing in the States, plus her debut single 'My Own Way'.
The Chemical Brothers
Tom Rowlands opens up to Richard Kingsmill about the making of their 8th album Born In The Echoes. He talks about the title, the making of the LP, the singers they've worked with, and how modern dance music has lost the bassline.
Refused Part 2
Singer Dennis Lyxzen continues to talk with Richard Kingsmill about the band's decision to do a new album, what they wanted to say with it in 2015, and how pop producer Shellback got to work with them.
The 20 year old New Jersey singer spoke to Richard Kingsmill about her rising profile, her influences, her place in the musical world, and working with boyfriend Lido on her upcoming debut album Badlands.
Singer Ellie Rowsell from the London band told Richard Kingsmill about how they formed, their influences and what they tried to achieve with their debut album My Love Is Cool.
With the release of his 2nd album Strange New Past, the Victorian MC opened up to Richard Kingsmill about his father, working with Styalz Fuego and Remi, and why the Ukraine city of Pripyat inspired him.
The English DJ/producer talks to Richard Kingsmill about his first solo album outside of his band The xx. Jamie talks about how he works, the meaning of the LP's title In Colour, and how Young Thug ended up on the album.
The Perth singer speaks to Richard Kingsmill about her beginnings, working with people like A$AP Rocky and Paces, as well as her new single 'Flux 98'.
The Silverchair leader spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the years of work that went into his solo debut Talk. They covered his experimenting, the influence of James Blake, his approach to singing and his collaborators on the album.
The English born/Berlin based producer and DJ spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the classic British feel he tried to give his debut album Fading Love.
Following on from their reformation in 2012, the legendary Swedish punk rock band have announced their first new album in 17 years. Singer Dennis Lyxzen told Richard Kingsmill more about their decision to go back into the studio and also about the new...
Ben Wright Smith
The Melbourne singer/songwriter talked to Richard Kingsmill about travelling to Nashville, how the Buena Vista Social Club changed his life and his current working relationship with Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy).
Gang of Youths
Singer/songwriter David Leaupepe speaks to Richard Kingsmill about the influences, sickness, marriage and heartbreak that fuelled their debut album The Positions.
Five years on from their debut, Michael Shuman and Tyler Parkford from the LA trio talk to Richard Kingsmill about collaborating with Alex Turner and Brian Wilson on their followup.
East India Youth
Will Doyle is the Englishman behind East India Youth. After his Mercury Music Prize nominated debut, he's followed it up with a very different sounding album called Culture Of Volume. He spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the changes and his biggest...
Singer Wade MacNeil (formerly of Alexisonfire) joined the UK band in 2012. He talks with Richard Kingsmill about the shift in sound on the group's 4th album Desolation Sounds and the influence of bands like The Clash.
The 20 year old French producer talks to Richard Kingsmill about his debut album Adventure. They talk about the concept behind it, his annual 24 hour writing sessions and working with Passion Pit.
The Melbourne singer spoke to Richard Kingsmill on the eve of releasing her much anticipated debut album. They talked about her songwriting methods, influences and some of the stories she's told on the album.
Bassist Chester Hansen from the Toronto trio talks to Richard Kingsmill about their love of both jazz and hip hop and collaborating with Ghostface Killah on the Sound Soul album.
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