Talkhouse Podcast Network
Talkhouse is a Webby-award-winning first-person media company that’s been widely covered in Fast Company, Forbes, New York Times, Variety, and more. Its podcast network comprises shows like the Talkhouse Podcast, Aquarium Drunkard’s Transmissions, The New Republic’s The Politics of Everything, Emil Amos’s Drifter’s Sympathy, and Open Mike Eagle’s Stony Island Audio Group. Talkhouse is built on a foundation of Creators— musicians, filmmakers, actors, athletes, and more. We believe in talent-centric and story-centric approaches —telling personal stories that resonate with audiences in personal ways.
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Your favorite musicians, filmmakers, and other creative minds one-on-one. No moderator, no script, no typical questions. The Talkhouse Podcast offers unique insights into creative work from all genres and generations. Explore more illuminating shows on the Talkhouse Podcast Network.
Weekly podcast companion for the Aquarium Drunkard music blog / SIRIUS XMU satellite radio show. Sound collage, old-school, free-form radio.
Join Björk in conversations with collaborators about her sound experiences. In the podcast you’ll learn about the moods, timbers, and tempos that vibrate through each album.
The small act of listening can lead to big ideas. In this podcast, 10 highly-acclaimed musicians make sense of the world by transforming their surroundings into original songs.
Noble Champions is a modern day salon, created and hosted by the multi-platform visionary artist, Santigold. In each episode, she sits down with some of today’s leading artists, authors, activists, and progressive thinkers who stand up, stick up and speak up for important causes. Inspired by the artist, Kandinsky, when he said that periods during which art has no noble champions are ones of retrogression, these intimate no-holds-barred roundtable conversations where ideas and experiences are exchanged, are where Santi and her fellow champions try to make some sense out of our world, to push culture forward. Boundary-expanding and defiantly vulnerable, Noble Champions is a public invitation to an intimate gathering of the minds.
Playing With Fire is a podcast that explores the topic of TRANSCENDENCE and how it manifests in people’s lives. Kimbra will ask a musician, an author, an actress, a priest, and a best friend what transcendence means to them, and how it has changed the way they live and work. For some, it’s found in the ecstatic, grand, and psychedelic moments. For others, it’s hidden in the ordinary, and seemingly mundane. Playing With Fire is an exploration into the unknown, the intangible, and the simply intoxicating path of seeking. Kimbra also explores her own experiences of transcendence, giving us further insight into her process as a songwriter and producer. Playing With Fire is produced by Kimbra and distributed by Talkhouse.
Indie icon Feist knows a thing or two about love, loss, and everything in between. Through in-depth interviews with a time travel researcher, a Dreamer and activist, a transgender triathlete, an FBI undercover operative, a monogamous couple in adult film, a professional storm-chaser, an alter ego, and more, Pleasure Studies explores big themes from the tracks of her most recent album: self-reinvention and creativity, the power of the natural world, youth, old age, wisdom, and the passing of time. We hear the stories of people who have followed their dreams, lived long lives, endured devastation, and come out the other side with a greater understanding of what it means to be alive.
That’s How I Remember It is a podcast that examines the connection between memory and creativity. Each episode will feature a discussion between Craig Finn and one creator — a musician, author, filmmaker, etc. — about the role that memory plays in their art. These conversations will reveal the different ways each creator synthesizes their remembered life experiences to tell stories about themselves and the world we live in. This podcast is not a nostalgia trip, but rather an exciting conversation about storytelling, process, and the desire to create art that reflects the world the artist has experienced. That’s How I Remember It is co-produced and distributed by Talkhouse.
How Long Gone is a bi-coastal elite podcast from old friends and podcast professionals, Chris Black and Jason Stewart. CB and TJ deliver their takes on pop culture, fashion, music, and more. With three new episodes a week, you’ve got more than enough content to soak up.
Jokermen Podcast is your spirit guide to the storied solo careers of Lou Reed and John Cale, as well as the entire Velvet Underground catalog and extended universe. Every song, every record: It’s All Good Music. — Subscribe on Patreon for bonus episodes and the full back catalog of Bob Dylan content at patreon.com/jokermen — @jokermenpodcast on Instagram and Twitter.
Emil Amos charts the birth and development of the classic archetype ‘The Outsider’, telling disturbing and often humiliating stories about growing up in a small town in the 90’s. Every other episode digs into the archaeology of lesser-known music to illuminate the same themes from a more objective, historical perspective.
Sing For Science is a science and music podcast produced with Talkhouse where musicians talk to scientists about science as it connects to their most famous songs. Created and hosted by New York musician, Matt Whyte, the podcast’s goal is to increase science literacy for as many people as possible by reaching a variety of different musicians’ fan bases. Listeners come to the show through their love of music and leave with a new piece of knowledge. Science literacy and respect for expertise are perhaps more vital now than ever before. The show’s chief tenet is that a more science and scientific process literate society can only contribute towards greater support for more fair, evidence-based policy in government. Sing For Science is listener supported; please contribute today at singforscience.org.
Produced by The New Republic and hosted by literary editor Laura Marsh and staff writer Alex Pareene, The Politics of Everything is a podcast about the intersection of culture, politics, and media.
“365” is a daily podcast brought to you by mxmtoon, artist/songwriter/actor/designer/gamer/simp, who will take you through the most interesting, weird, and funny events of that day in history. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll learn a ton of new things. Episodes released daily starting September 14. Please Follow and Subscribe! Distributed by Talkhouse.
Inspired by creator and host Carmel Holt’s own 25 year career in radio, and lifetime devoted to music, SHEROES is a podcast that amplifies womxn’s voices in song and conversation. As the third production under the SHEROES name, following her syndicated public radio show SHEROES Radio, and SHEROES: Mixtape Memoir (Sonos Radio), the SHEROES podcast on Talkhouse acts as kind of creative lab, expanding to include mini-episodes that highlight the intersectional feminist heart of SHERO interviews, live tapings, roundtables and more. Carmel’s approach continues to be guided by a fierce commitment to diversity and inclusivity, showcasing a wide range of guests sharing their experiences spanning genres and generations, with a passion for amplifying new voices while recognizing and celebrating the womxn who paved the way.
Open Mike Eagle’s Stony Island Audio is now a part of the Talkhouse Podcast Network. Stony Island Audio shows include:
Open Mike Eagle Sits down with the legendary creators in hip-hop to discuss their life, impact, and legacy over the course of a season. Season one covers DJ Prince Paul (De La Soul, Handsome Boy Modeling School). Season two covers El-P (Company Flow, Run the Jewels). Season three features legendary hip-hop A&R/producer Dante Ross Brought to you by Stony Island Audio.
Eagle is an L.A. based hip-hop artist. On Secret Skin, he and his guests examine what’s really going on behind the face that hip-hop artists put on for the public. The in-jokes. The heavy stuff. The tour stories. The day-to-day struggles and absurdities of being a working musician. The Secret Skin.
Hip-hop discussion podcast from an MC, a writer, and a record collector featuring interviews with well-respected figures from rap’s past and present. A Stony Island Audio experience.
Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin’, no jivin’, and no bulls#@t.
An insider dialogue that invites the listener to pull up a seat at the table with A-list creatives from a variety of disciplines. They share their insights on the process, craft, and inspiration. Join us for a better understanding of this elusive muse every Thursday with Pat Hazell (Seinfeld, The Tonight Show) and his friends as they demystify the transferable nature of creativity. Produced by: Amanda Rosenberg In Partnership with Sweetwood Creative & Stoney Island Audio
From the creators of The Drink Champs, come… insider Hip-Hop Stories, Parenting Advice and Therapy Sessions from devout Hip Hop heads. Father Hoods is a weekly podcast where DJ EFN, KGB and Manny Digital discuss being fathers and how they parent from a Hip-Hop perspective. In their rap sessions they get into their child raising strategies, fears and joys – all while serving as each other’s trusted council in figuring out how NOT to screw up being good dads. They’re often joined by guests from around Hip Hop culture to share their own parental takes and lend some advice to the cause.
The return of the world’s most dangerous podcast. Every week Dice Raw from the legendary Roots crew speaks his mind on current events, his personal life, the music business and more.
Welcome to the world of Self Quar. A world of people dealing with the pandemic and themselves. Comedic genius, Baron Vaughn, talks with comedians, actors, activists, writers, professors, and everyone in-between to ask “Apocalypse HOW?”
Every song has a story, but some get lost in the shuffle. Sean Kantrowitz (The Questions Hip Hop Game Show) sits down with some of hip hop’s most prolific artists, throws their catalog into a randomized playlist, and what ensues is a discussion about the songs that don’t always get talked about. A Stony Island Audio experience.
Sean Kantrowitz connects with hip hop’s biggest fans – rappers, DJs, producers, writers, comedians, actors, and everything in between – to test their rap trivia skills, discuss their careers, and talk about how the music changed their lives.