Listen to an incredible conversation between two of the breakout artists of 2017, recorded backstage at Pitchfork Music Festival.
These two brought their onstage energy to our trailer backstage at Pitchfork Music Festival.
Our staff rewind and reflect on unique, hilarious, and thought-provoking clips from the past few months.
The two multi-hypenates—who recently covered each other's music—talk spirituality, staying sane, and hallucinatory experiences.
For the holiday break, we revisit one of our favorite episodes of the past year.
Recorded at The Strand, Natalie Prass and her producer chat about the process behind creating her new LP, The Future and The Past.
The legendary proto-punk band sits down with the emerging punk band, Protomartyr, at Rough Trade in London.
A two part podcast featuring a pair of bands from south London's indie scene, then an international dancehall summit.
To celebrate the release of Okkervil River's In the Rainbow Rain, Will Sheff chats with a friend, collaborator, and current neighbor.
Two longtime friends and rock veterans sit down for a chat during South By Southwest.
Your chance to see Talkhouse conversations live, in-person.
Listen to first-hand perspectives from these two well-known activists who have been jailed for their actions and views.
The English folk-punk activist talks skiffle and his new book, Roots, Radicals and Rockers.
Recorded at On Air Fest, this talk dives into first-person narratives, people's preconceptions about athletes and rock stars, and so much more.
In honor of Lloyd's new memoir, the two sit down to recount stories of CBGB, Jimi Hendrix, and advice from John Lee Hooker.
We're hosting (and streaming!) three live talks at the festival.
Two master songwriters go deep on their work with D’Angelo and Rihanna.
This talk actually started years ago when they were coworkers at a Baltimore restaurant.
These two musicians bridge their generational gap during a conversation at Brooklyn's Northside Festival.
To honor the Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan's untimely passing, we revisit her talk with D.A.R.K. collaborator, Andy Rourke.
Meet the duo behind A Chef's Life on PBS.
These two cultural icons talk about what really matters in life—cooking, creating music, and everything in-between.
The old friends powerfully- and hilariously- share the triumphs and travails of pursuing careers in music as Sudanese-Americans.
NE-HI’s Jason Balla and Mikey Wells chat with Spencer Tweedy about what really matters in life backstage at Pitchfork Music Festival 2017.
Recorded at Pitchfork Music Festival 2017, these three musicians are at the heart of Chicago’s diverse and vibrant music scene.
These three trade stories, talk about running their own record labels, and more from backstage at the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival.
Peer into an artist's most intimate moments with the inaugural episode of our new audio diary series.
The two discuss a day in the life of an indie musician while backstage at the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival.
The iconic musicians and current collaborators discuss the relationship between protest music and politics.
The two longtime friends and collaborators discuss artists who prize spirit over virtuosity, the Western music industry's proximity bias, and more.
Plus, find out which techno tracks Pope recommends for Moore.
These friends and current tourmates discuss a songwriter's quest for self-expression, freedom, money, and transcendence.
In the first installment of Talkhouse Food, these two creators talk about the intersection of their respective crafts.
These two mutual fans, friends, and frequent tourmates catch up together on today's episode.
Music aficionado Paul Major recalls some interesting and funny stories on record collecting, meeting musicians, and one lucky dog bite.
The trio remembers New York City in the early 2000s and its music scene.
Our staff share behind the scenes commentary and context with each talk, plus an unreleased outtake.
The two discuss recording habits, how Ryley discovered Teenage Fanclub, and the much needed laundry days while on tour.
The two musicians address social and political issues, both in hip-hop and in rock & roll.
The two discuss Cosey Fanni Tutti's autobiography including and a hilarious story about Tutti using “Because The Night” during her strip routine.