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Talk the Line
21 minutes | 17 days ago
Beverly Glenn-Copeland on singing the day
Beverly Glenn-Copeland talks to Jen Long about how singing the day helps him through the pandemic. The reissue of Glenn-Copeland's 1986 masterpiece, Keyboard Fantasies is out now via Transgressive, marking the 35th anniversary of its original release and features restored original artwork and liner notes by Robyn.
24 minutes | 24 days ago
Dodie on knitting
Dodie talks to Jen Long about how knitting helped her through the lockdowns. Her debut album Build A Problem is released on 7 May 2021.
27 minutes | a month ago
Royal Blood's Mike Kerr on finding a path to wellbeing during lockdown
Two years sober, Royal Blood vocalist talks to Jen Long about a cleaner way of living during the pandemic. The band's new album Typhoons is released on 30 April 20201.
25 minutes | a month ago
RAYE on jigaaw puzzles
23-year-old South London-born singer and songwriter Raye talks about discovering a passion for jigsaw puzzles during the pandemic. RAYE's new mini-album Euphoric Sad Songs is out now and her new single with Joel Corry and David Guetta "Bed" has just hit gone top five in the UK Official Charts.
29 minutes | 2 months ago
Alex the Astronaut on the joys of TV shows
Australian singer/songwriter Alexandra Lynn - better known to her fans as Alex the Astronaut speaks to Jen Long about losing herself in tv shows during the pandemic for this episode of Talk The Line. Alex's debut album The Theory of Absolutely Nothing was released summer.
21 minutes | 2 months ago
Fran Healy on directing
Travis frontman Fran Healy speaks to Jen Long from his LA home about leaning into his love of directing videos during lockdown for this episode of Talk The Line. Travis’ new album 10 Songs is out now on BMG and their debut album Good Feeling is being reissued on vinyl for the first time on 2 April.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
JP Saxe on Bananagrams
Grammy-nominated Canadian musician and singer-songwriter tells Jen Long how Bananagrams helped him survive the pandemic.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Julien Baker on trail running
Tennessee-born 25-year-old singer/songwriter Julien Baker just dropped her third album Little Oblivions and on this episode she talks to Jen Long about trail running.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Lava La Rue on visual arts
As the founding member of the NiNE8 collective, musician, singer and artist Lava La Rue has curated incredible projects across the worlds of art, music and fashion, as well as establishing her own solo career with debut single "Widdit", and this year's Butter-Fly EP. She joins host Jen Long on this episode of Talk the Line to talk about creating art during the pandemic.
30 minutes | 3 months ago
Tom Jones and the art of reimagination
Sir Tom Jones talks to Jen Long about the artists and songs that inspired him on new record Surrounded By Time, and his approach to re-imagining those tracks for a whole new audience.
33 minutes | 2 years ago
74: Tancred on Harry Potter
In the final episode of our first season, Jess Abbott from Tancred talks to host Jen Long about a shared passion: the world of Harry Potter.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
73: Einar Örn on Whispers
Einar Örn has been famously described as the first punk in Iceland. He played alongside Björk in in the early 80s anarcho-punk outfit Kukl before joining her as a founding member of The Sugarcubes. In recent years he's collaborated with Damon Albarn and Gorillaz as well as making music under his Ghostigital project, and he's also a renowned artist. We talk to him in a special episode recorded in Reykjaviík about....whispers!
33 minutes | 2 years ago
72: Sigtryggur Baldursson on Climate Change
Sigtryggur Baldursson - a founding member of The Sugarcubes alongside Björk - and key figure in the Iceland music scene over four decades - tells us about his concerns for the planet in a special podcast recorded at this year's Iceland Airwaves festival.
30 minutes | 2 years ago
71: Milkywhale on Entrepreneurialism
Milkywhale was born out of a performative project for dance school and has become one of Iceland's most inventive pop artists. Today’s we’re talking to one half of the duo, Melkorka Magnusdottir, about entrepreneurialism.
27 minutes | 3 years ago
70: Mr Silla on Anime
Musician, visual artist and former Múm vocalist Sigurlaug Gisladóttir has been a mainstay of the tightly-knit Icelandic music scene for more than a decade - much of that as part of solo-project-come-collective Mr. Silla. In a special podcast recorded at Iceland Airwaves, she tells us about her love of anime.
33 minutes | 3 years ago
69: Jim White on Scavenging
DIY outlier musician Jim White tells us about his passion for finding old things in a special podcast recorded at this year's End of the Road Festival.
29 minutes | 3 years ago
68: Alessia Cara on Growing Pains
Canadian popstar and singer/songwriter Alessia Cara talks about the awkwardness of adolescence.
26 minutes | 3 years ago
67: Japanese Breakfast on Korean Food
Michelle Zauner - aka Philadelphia pop experimentalist Japanese Breakfast - talks about her love of Korean food to host Jen Long.
38 minutes | 3 years ago
66: The Joy Formidable on Utah
Rhiannon "Ritzy" Bryan from Welsh rockers The Joy Formidable talks about her experiences of living in Utah. The band's new record AAARTH drops on 28 September via Hassle Records.
36 minutes | 3 years ago
65: Samm Henshaw on Comic Book Adaptations
Rising R&B star and comic book obsessive Samm Henshaw chats to Jen Long about how his favourite books have made it to the big and small screens.
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