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Heaven 17, British Electric Foundation and Illustrious Company's Martyn Ware talks to the famous artists from the worlds of music, art, film, comedy, TV and creativity that he's encountered during his 40 year career. These interviews are rare and precious gems, featuring a raw and sometimes irreverent take on life and the things that make life worth living, Diving deep into the biographical ocean, these podcasts are an unmissable insight into a series of fascinating lives... Production and o ...
 
Podcast Host Jim Nye has over 200 episodes of Chilled Downtempo Electronic Music. Independent Trip Hop, Dub, Jazz and Electronica. All our podcasts are evergreen, undated and universal. Each show has between four and eight songs lasting around thirty minutes. More music less talk since 2006.
 
Following the historic examples of labels such as R&S Records or F Communication, it is an open mind, quality of productions, and the human side of artist-label relationship which reinforce the foundation of Electronical Reeds’ philosophy. Dancefloor driven cuts and melancholic grooves that shape the label’s sound have received a warm welcome from electronic music lovers and professionals all over the world. More than just a label, Electronical Reeds aspires to be a meeting platform for esta ...
 
En MS20 queremos recordar a aquellos grupos de la década de los ochenta y los noventa que utilizaban sintetizadores, cajas de ritmo y todo tipo de artilugios para crear la mejor banda sonora de nuestras vidas. Nuestra intención es no dejar a ninguno de esos grupos fuera de la lista, podéis sugerir temas o intercambiar conocimientos con nosotros, estamos aquí para todos. Un saludo y muchas gracias.
 
The sultry vocals and blissful beats of Downtempo Electronica. Darkly cinematic ambient soundscapes. The smoky urban sound of NuJazz. The melancholy lyrics of singer-songwriters. The crystalline precision of modern-classical. Discover a sophisticated blend of podsafe music. Indie music -- perfect for late-night listening. All Curated by Austin Beeman Music midnight; a place where genre dissolves into darkness and mood is everything. · Music for the comfort of an easy chair. · Music for makin ...
 
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Pablo Treinta se despacha con la historia del house con hitazos como los de Frankie Knuckles, Fingers Inc, First Choice y Bob Sinclar; Vesica Piscis debuta en nuestro programa desde Córdoba; el exit festival con 120 mil personas en plena pandemia; mascarillas en Los Angeles, Monegros que compró un avión para transformarlo en club, shesaid.so y su n…
 
Today's guest on Electronically Yours is the much loved Liverpudlian band China Crisis. Gary Daly and Eddie Lundon were best friends at school, and their mutual love and appreciation of Bowie, Eno, Talking Heads and Steely Dan led them to write experimental but highly melodic and beautiful songs with fascinating titles- Black Man Ray, King In A Cat…
 
El regreso de Argentina Electrónica por Futurock con bloque de preguntas, noticias, tracks en premiere y hasta Mateo Luca al aire presentando su track favorito del momento.
 
Today’s guest on Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware is the massively underrated songwriter, singer, producer, actor and film producer, Leee John. His group Imagination has sold more than 30 million records worldwide, and was at the vanguard of black electronic pop music throughout the 1980’s. The instantly identifiable moog basslines, elegantly …
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode is a very special one. There are very few stone-cold electro-pop classic singles and Tainted Love is universally loved and respected. The man whose music filled a million dancefloors is Dave Ball, who together with Marc Almond created Soft Cell. Dave (described as ‘quiet but menacing’ on the Sof…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features Sister Bliss (Ayalah Bentovim) who is a keyboardist, record producer, DJ and songwriter. In the studio, she is best known for her work with Rollo Armstrong as one half of the production duo Rollo & Sister Bliss, and particularly as part of the hugely successful group Faithless. Their…
 
Today’s episode features the legendary head of A&R at Virgin Records during the glory years, Simon Draper. He was responsible for the signing and development of an enormously wide range of successful artists including Mike Oldfield, The Human League, Culture Club, XTC, The Sex Pistols, PiL, The Skids, Magazine, OMD, Magazine, Simple Minds and Heave…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features the fascinating and eclectic talents of David McAlmont. He is primarily known as a fine singer, originally scoring hits as McAlmont & Butler, but is also now an essayist and prominent art historian. His unique voice has also featured on incredible recordings with Bond composer David …
 
Today’s guest on Electronically Yours is Moby - American musician, songwriter, singer, producer, and animal rights activist. He has sold over 20 million records, and his songs have become so familiar on advertisements around the world that he has become a musical style icon, a brand. His mastery of electronic dance music and blending of cultural in…
 
Today’s guest on Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware is the English musician, singer, songwriter and record producer Steven Wilson. He was the founder, guitarist, lead vocalist and songwriter of the band Porcupine Tree, and several other bands including Blackfield, Storm Corrosion and No-Man. In his 30 year career, Steven’s honours include four G…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features Paul Hartnoll, half of the famous brotherly duo Orbital who stormed the charts in the 90’s with their early rave and acid house records. Their big breakthrough came in 1994 with their seminal performance at Glastonbury, which confirmed that these champions of the underground had cros…
 
Today’s guest on Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware is Hannah Peel, Emmy-nominated and RTS winning composer. Hannah joins the dots between science, nature and the creative arts, through her explorative approach to electronic, classical and traditional music. From her own solo albums to composing soundtracks like Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, …
 
Today’s guest is Paul Humphreys, keyboard player and singer in the much loved Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. OMD’s origination in Liverpool parallels the Human League’s in many ways – both started in 1978, both were self-taught, both had an early love of synthesisers, and both had a burning ambition to combine pop with art and futurism. Paul’s …
 
Today’s guest is one of Martyn’s oldest and best friends Adi Newton. Since they met at Meatwhistle arts and drama project in Sheffield in 1974, they have collaborated on several group identities including the Dead Daughters, VDK and the Studs and most famously The Future (with Ian Craig Marsh). His most successful band ClockDVA have a loyal interna…
 
Today’s special guest on Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware is the legendary composer, producer and lyricist Jeff Wayne. In 1978, he released Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds, his musical adaptation of H. G. Wells' science-fiction novel The War of the Worlds, which went on to become a much-loved theatrical science fiction ex…
 
Today’s guest is the very popular physicist and musician Professor Brian Cox. He is best known as the presenter of science programmes, especially the Wonders of... series and for popular science books. Before his academic career, Brian was a keyboard player for the bands D:Ream and Dare. He is also proud of his roots in Oldham, but most of all he i…
 
Today’s episode features Dan Lacksman and Michel Moers, the remaining two members of the legendary Belgian synthpop band Telex. They were formed in 1978 with the intention of "making something really European, different from rock, without guitar — and the idea was electronic music". Telex mixed the aesthetics of disco, punk and experimental electro…
 
This episode is a double whammy – it features a fascinating chat with two of the most engaging and talented luminaries of the electronic and trip hop scenes – Will Gregory and Adrian Utley. Will is best known as the lead keyboardist, producer and composer of the electronic music duo Goldfrapp, having started his illustrious career performing and re…
 
Tomorrow’s guest on Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware is the one and only Boy George. Is there anyone who loves pop music worldwide who doesn’t know George O’Dowd? He has been a national treasure since he emerged from the London Blitz/King’s Road scene in the early 80’s to sign for Virgin Records, where Heaven 17 and Culture Club were labelmate…
 
Today’s episode is part two of the epic Odyssey-like story of Sananda Maitreya. This is unmissable. More stories of his new life in Italy and his incredible body of work under the genre title of Post Millenium Rock. His talent shines brighter than ever, and his latest album ‘Pandora’s Playhouse’ is a triumph – don’t take my word for it, have a list…
 
Tomorrow’s episode features Sananda Maitreya and is somewhat of a scoop. I produced his first album ‘The Hardline According To…’ in the late 80’s, and his impact was shockingly huge and immediate. He sang like a soul angel, he moved like a combination of James Brown and Otis Redding, and his charisma was off the scale. But most importantly, his sup…
 
Jo Callis and Martyn have been friends since 1979 when The Human Leagues supported the Rezillos on their first major London date. Jo is a very talented songwriter and performer, whose influence on the major hits on Dare and other albums is underestimated. His ability to tap into the publics pop sensibility is impressive, and his good humour and int…
 
Peter Hook is a very talented friend. We are the same age, and our cultural references are almost identical, both being proud northerners. Peter’s fantastic work as part of Joy Division and then New Order is well known, and he now tours the world as Peter Hook and The Light. His storytelling is legendary, and his spirit of daring and empathetic col…
 
This week we will celebrate our Crystal or 15th anniversary of podcasting independent Downtempo Music and Artists. Looking back I am happy to report most continue to make music or have a presence on the web. We will hear from six artists from our freshman year who, 15 years later, are still going strong.…
 
This week we will celebrate our Crystal or 15th anniversary of podcasting independent Downtempo Music and Artists. Looking back I am happy to report most continue to make music or have a presence on the web. We will hear from six artists from our freshman year who, 15 years later, are still going strong.…
 
My good friend Sarah Jane Morris is a singer with an astonishing vocal range. She is probably best known for her stellar recordings with Jimi Somerville in The Communards, but her 40-year career is so much more diverse than that… Over the decades she has developed a loyal and loving international audience (particularly in Italy), and her rich contr…
 
Chic, Sister Sledge, Madonna, David Bowie, Debbie Harry, Sheila B Devotion, Peter Gabriel, Mick Jagger, Sheena Easton, Diana Ross, B-52’s, Duran Duran, Pharell Williams, Christina Aguilera, George Michael, etc.etc.etc…. the list goes on and on. He has been an inspiration for generations of songwriters and producers. Tell me someone who doesn’t like…
 
Martyn has known Arthur Baker for many years, sometimes competing for similar productions but always remaining good friends. He is an American record producer and DJ best known for his work with hip hop artists like Afrika Bambaataa and Planet Patrol, and his work with New Order. His love of dance music and his creativity merged to form the ‘Arthur…
 
It’s hard to describe how much respect I have for Daniel Miller. As a creator and music producer - from the early days of The Normal (Warm Leatherette, TVOD), Silicon Teens, to Duet Emmo and Sunroof, to his foundation of Mute Records, and his boundless support for young electronic artists, he is without doubt one of the music industry’s good guys, …
 
Rusty is a constant thread throughout the history of electronic music in the UK. Since the early days with the Rich Kids, and then Visage, his drive, invention and talent has helped to create a template for glamorous synthesised pop music. He also established the importance of the DJ tastemaker influence on the ‘scene’ at the famous Blitz club. Jus…
 
Of all the people I wanted to interview for this podcast, Tony Visconti was my number one choice. He has produced 12 of my top 20 all-time favourite albums, and he is simply one of the greatest producers of all time. Bowie, Bolan, Sparks, Paul McCartney, The Move, Iggy Pop, Kaiser Chiefs, Thin Lizzy, Holy Holy, Morrissey, Prefab Sprout, Angelique K…
 
Morris Hayes is the much-respected musical director of New Power Generation and the trusted right hand man of Prince’s band for nearly 20 years (Prince called him 'Mr. Hayes'). He is also working with Prince’s estate and his huge vault of legacy recordings, including the recently announced, previously unheard brand-new Prince album ‘Welcome 2 Ameri…
 
Neil Arthur and Martyn have known each other since they worked together on Blancmange’s first demos. They immediately became firm friends, and their mutual love of football and the north remains strong. In the 80’s, Blancmange blasted out a string of top 20 electronic pop classics like Living On The Ceiling and Blind Vision, and three classic album…
 
Chris Watson – what a dude… Part of the original lineup of the truly legendary Cabaret Voltaire (and a major influence on the early Human League during their time together in Sheffield), his destiny was always connected to his love of sound recording. He has a particular and passionate interest in recording the wildlife sounds of animals and habita…
 
Stephen Mallinder (AKA Mal from the Cabs in my memory) is a multifaceted artist and musician who was a founding member of the most seminal pre and post punk band Cabaret Voltaire, who went on to work as Sassi & Loco, the Ku-Ling Bros., Hey! Rube, Wrangler and Creep Show. He is also one of Martyn’s oldest and best friends, without whose support, men…
 
Richard "Kid" Strange is an English writer, actor, musician, curator, teacher, adventurer and the founder and front man of seminal mid-1970s protopunk art rock band Doctors of Madness. Martyn has been a fan of his since the Doctors first album release, and their paths only recently crossed once more when Richard and he became lecturers at Tileyard …
 
10.000 pasos diarios parece un objetivo muy saludable para todas las empresas que venden pulseras cuantificadoras y relojes inteligentes. Pero… ¿Esto esta fundamentado en algún dato? ¿De donde sale este número tan redondo? Existen evidencias cientificas acerca de cuantos pasos son necesarios para tener una vida saludable. Aquí te lo cuento. Mas inf…
 
John Foxx aka Dennis Leigh is the quietly powerful and enigmatic maker of futurist electro pop and composer of elegant soundscapes. Martyn met him and became friends whilst recording in his studio The Garden 40 years ago, and his work has remained massively influential since then, featuring an ever changing series of reinventions. His commitment to…
 
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