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A broad range of live sessions and music criticism from The Guardian

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The Final Episode: Brasil Music Exchange - The Guardian's Music Podcast

9/18/2016
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This final episode in the Brasil Music Exchange series is dedicated to the very best new music from Recife and Rio de Janeiro. What put Recife on the map was the ground-breaking Manguebeat cultural movement that kick-started an unprecedented creative explosion and long-time major music capital of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is most associated with bossa nova and samba. Join us in this farewell to the Paralympics with this explosive last episode

Duration:00:52:57

Episode Nine: Brasil Music Exchange - The Guardian Music Podcast

9/14/2016
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São Paulo is a megacity of over 20 million people and it’s the buzz at the heart of the independent music scene in Brazil. We feature music from the forefront of the SP new wave right now, with Metá Metá and their “apocalyptic afropunk”, the gorgeous pop melodies of Tulipa, indie rock princes Holger and hip hop star Criolo.

Duration:00:59:34

The Close: Brasil Music Exchange - The Guardian Music Podcast

8/21/2016
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This is the last episode of the Brasil Music Exchange! Over the past month we’ve brought you the best that Brasil has to offer. In this final episode Jody Gillett celebrates the women of new Brazilian music. Our all-female playlist includes the São Paulo vanguard sounds of Juçara Marçal, Tulipa and Céu, Bahia’s new voice Jurema, veteran carimbó queen Dona Onete and much more.

Duration:00:48:27

Episode Two: Brasil Music Exchange - The Guardian Music Podcast

8/10/2016
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Artists in Brazil have a secret weapon - the incredible heritage of a country that is a bonafide musical giant. Right now they are also plugged into global currents and making their own innovative, unique and super-accessible music. This show is a whirlwind trip featuring 12 new tracks from artists across the whole country, from the deep south right up to the Amazon.

Duration:00:52:38

Ben Beaumont-Thomas on the ultimate crate-digging labels - the Guardian Radio Hour podcast

3/16/2016
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The Guardian’s Ben Beaumont-Thomas plays some of the best tracks from the new slew of crate-digging labels

Duration:00:26:46

John McEntire on Chicago's music scene - The Guardian Radio Hour podcast

3/3/2016
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Super producer John McEntire from Tortoise gives us a snapshot of Chicago’s alternative music scene through the ages from Howlin’ Wolf to Jim O’Rourke

Duration:00:32:40

Richard Dawson on the naked voice – the Guardian Radio Hour podcast

2/24/2016
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Leftfield folk singer Richard Dawson takes us on a trip through the outer fringes of unaccompanied singing

Duration:00:44:58

Bobby Gillespie on cheating songs – the Guardian Radio Hour podcast

2/1/2016
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The frontman from Primal Scream hauls a bag of his favourite infidelity themed records down to the NTS studios for our latest live radio show

Duration:00:37:09

Alexis Petridis on glam rock - the Guardian Radio Hour podcast

1/29/2016
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Let’s face it glam’s had a bad press. But does it deserve a second try? Alexis puts the case for its inclusion in the rock canon

Duration:00:38:37

Neneh Cherry on jazz and rebellion - the Guardian Radio Hour podcast

1/22/2016
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From Sun Ra to the Slits, Neneh Cherry kicks off our new NTS radio series in London with a show dedicated to the spirit of punk in jazz and jazz in punk

Duration:01:00:32

Music Weekly podcast: the DOT's Mike Skinner and Rob Harvey

12/4/2015
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The unlikely pairing of Mike 'The Streets' Skinner and the Music's Rob Harvey are back with a second album in under a year: they explain their union to us. Pete Paphides delves into another parallel year in music and there's reviews of new singles by Pet Shop Boys, Shola Ama and Savages.

Music Weekly podcast: Coachella festival and Houndmouth

12/4/2015
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We have fun in the sun at California's Coachella festival, and are joined in the studio by US folk rockers Houndmouth. Plus tracks from the xx, Disclosure and the Hold Steady in a special Record Store Day Singles club

Music Weekly podcast: Hookworms go wah-wah, and Charli XCX goes it alone

12/4/2015
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Charli XCX finally cracks her own album and Hookworms explain why they're so awesomely loud. Plus: Haim, Dirty Projectors and Yeah Yeah Yeahs enter the Singles Club ring

Music Weekly podcast: Dawn Richard and Parquet Courts

12/4/2015
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P Diddy protegee Dawn Richard tells us about going solo, and New Yorkers Parquet Courts pick the tracks that inspire them

Music Weekly podcast: Beyoncé is back

12/4/2015
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We rate the return of Beyoncé, Pete Paphides journeys back to 1992, and Kieran talks to London DJ Bok Bok

Music Weekly podcast: Kele from Bloc Party and Ghostpoet

12/4/2015
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Kele Okereke pops in to tell us about what life is like for Bloc Party right now, Ghostpoet unveils the follow-up to his Mercury-nominated debut album, plus Justin Timberlake lyric shocker

Music Weekly podcast: Suede on the tricky art of the comeback – plus Stornoway's Brian Briggs

12/4/2015
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Stornoway's Brian Briggs joins us, John Grant, DJ Rashad and Fainting by Numbers in Singles Club. Plus Suede on their full-blown reformation

Music Weekly podcast: Slade, Bowie, Roxy Music … it's the glam special

12/4/2015
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It's all about brickies in lipstick this week, with a trip to Tate Liverpool's Glam exhibition, a visit from Jeremy Deller and some classic obscurities from the likes of Iron Virgin

Music Weekly: Robyn Hitchcock's here – plus Delphic's radical departure

12/4/2015
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Robyn Hitchcock opens his "groovarium", My Bloody Valentine's single and burning down the studio with Delphic

Music Weekly podcast: Ethan Johns on his solo debut – plus Miguel

12/4/2015
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Legendary producer Ethan Johns jumps to the other side of the mixing desk – plus we hear from RB superstar Miguel and get an insight into a hidden Steve Goodman treasure