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The XS Noize Music Podcast
22 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
#44: LoneLady on her new album 'Former Things'
In episode #44 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Lee Campbell catches up with LoneLady to talk about her third album, Former Things. Former Things was written, performed and recorded entirely by LoneLady. Whereas previous albums at least allowed the appearance of another human, the soundworld of Former Things was entirely crafted by LoneLady during her time spent in Somerset House Studios Rifle Range, an 18th-century shooting range that has now been adapted into an experimental performance space. The album was inspired by a seismic move for LoneLady, who left her native Manchester, decamping to London’s Somerset House Studios in search of a new cityscape to inspire her poised machine funk.
35 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
#43: The Wandering Hearts - AJ Dean-Revington, Tara Wilcox and Chess Whiffin
In episode #43 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with AJ Dean-Revington, Tara Wilcox and Chess Whiffin of The Wandering Hearts about their new album and upcoming tour. After shooting to the forefront of the UK folk/Americana scene with their debut album ‘Wild Silence’, The Wandering Hearts headed to the genre’s spiritual home of Woodstock at the start of 2020 to work on a follow-up. The result is their forthcoming self-titled album, which will be released on July 30th.
37 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
#42: Saul Davies, Guitarist With James on their 16th album 'All The Colours of You'
In episode #42 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with James multi-instrumentalist Saul Davies to talk about their 16th studio album 'All The Colours of You'. Since the release of Sit Down, their breakthrough single in 1991, James has released 15 studio albums, selling over 25 million copies in the process, and performed at countless headline shows and festivals across the world. They continue to be a huge live draw, having sold 60,000 tickets for their UK arena tour in November and December this year, a tour that has sold faster than any previous James tour.
26 minutes | May 27, 2021
#41: The Killers' Dave Keuning on his new solo album 'A Mild Case of Everything'
In episode #41 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with The Killers’ founding member and guitarist Dave Keuning to talk about his second solo album, A Mild Case of Everything, the origin of The Killers and much more. The 16-track album - a mix of dynamic guitar riffs, 80s synth-pop and melodic alt-rock - was written throughout 2020 and recorded by Dave in his San Diego home studio. Because of the wealth of material he’s written in the last year, Dave felt it was important to get as much music out as possible and shared three of the tracks with Rolling Stone - “Ends Of The Earth,” “Bad Instincts,” and “No One Is Calling You A Liar”. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more
60 minutes | May 20, 2021
#40: Gary Numan discusses his 18th studio album 'Intruder'
On episode #40 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with the iconic Gary Numan, who is set to release his brand new album ‘Intruder’ on May 21st. ‘Intruder’ is Numan’s 18th solo studio album and follows 2017’s ‘Savage: Songs From A Broken World’, which became his highest-charting set in almost forty years when it debuted at #2 on the Official Albums Chart. That commercial success was complemented with wide-reaching critical acclaim. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, live dates and more.
20 minutes | May 12, 2021
#39: Alice Merton on new single 'Vertigo', songwriting & judging The Voice
On episode #39 of The Xs Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Alice Merton. Born in Frankfurt and raised in the USA, England and Canada, Alice achieved so much in the first chapter of her career: her breakthrough track ‘No Roots’ topped the Billboard rock chart, exceeded 400 million streams and shot to the Top 10 all across Europe. Alice Merton's recent single 'Vertigo' is #1 Most Added AAA and Top 5 Most Added at Alt Radio with 680k Streams Worldwide After 5 Days. Mark Millar caught up with Alice Merton to talk about 'Vertigo', songwriting, being a judge on The Voice and more. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more.
28 minutes | May 6, 2021
#38. New Order's Phil Cunningham discusses 'Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace)'
On episode #38 of The Xs Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar sits down with New Order guitarist Phil Cunningham to talk about their new Bluray, CD release 'Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace), his musical influences and Sea-Fever and more. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more.
42 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
#37. MARK EMMERSON of THE LUCID DREAM discusses their fifth album, THE DEEP END
On episode #37 of The XS Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar sits down with Mark Emmerson of The Lucid Dream to discuss the bands' fifth album - The Deep End. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more.
17 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
#36. The Coral’s Nick Power on their first ever double-album ‘Coral Island’
On episode #36 of The Xs Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar catches up with Merseyside five-piece The Coral's Nick Power to discuss their first ever double-album ‘Coral Island’
18 minutes | Jul 6, 2017
#35: Rising electronic post-punk duo, LEA PORCELAIN discuss their debut album – ‘HYMNS TO THE NIGHT' - XS Noize Music Podcast:
Lea Porcelain’s debut Hymns To The Night was written and recorded over a two year period in Berlin’s FUNKHAUS, a broadcasting house created under Soviet supervision that now houses the world’s biggest recording studio. The spectrum of the album is extremely wide. Hymns To The Night bends genres, yet every song works together, playing with very different moods. Lea Porcelain describe their sound “atmospheric, cinematic and melancholic”. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
41 minutes | Jun 12, 2017
HIGHTOWN PIRATES frontman SIMON MASON on debut album 'DRY AND HIGH' #34. XS Noize Music Podcast:
Welcome to episode #34 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined by Hightown Pirates frontman Simon Mason to talk about their debut album, Dry and High, will be released June 16th on Strike-Back records. Simon Mason is best known for his critically acclaimed book Too High Too Far Too Soon, where he recounts his numerous decadent adventures at Glastonbury Festival and the notoriety that came during his stint as personal chemist to the biggest bands of the ’90s. Fast forward to 2017 where Simon now gets a natural high through drawing on his experiences which lend themselves to his incredible songwriting backed by this huge energetic sound. Get in touch: email@example.com
23 minutes | May 25, 2017
#32. CURSE OF LONO Frontman - FELIX BECHTOLSHEIMER - XS Noize Music Podcast:
Welcome to episode #33 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined by Curse of Lono Founder and frontman Felix Bechtolsheimer. To talk about their acclaimed debut album ‘Severed’ which was released on Submarine Cat Records on April 7th. Founded and fronted by Felix Bechtolsheimer, formerly the singer-guitarist in British roots pioneers Hey Negrita, Curse Of Lono formed in early 2015, though the songs on ‘Severed’ were written over a 14-year period. They range from the perky, Paul Simon-ish new single ‘Pick Up The Pieces’ to the more lugubrious ‘He Takes My Place’, the almost jazzy ‘London Rain’ and the rootsy, rhythmic ‘Send For The Whiskey’. The album belongs as much to the Americana tradition and old faithfuls such as Little Feat as it does to more modern, playful practitioners of the form such as Beck.
11 minutes | May 12, 2017
#33: KYLE FALCONER from THE VIEW talks ‘HATS OFF TO THE BUSKERS’ – Ten Years On - XS Noize Music Podcast:
Welcome to episode #33 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined Kyle Falconer from Scottish indie four piece The View who are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
21 minutes | Apr 3, 2017
#31. Natalia Yanchak Of The Dears on Times Infinity Volume One + Two - #31. XS Noize Music Podcast
The Dears released their sixth studio album, Times Infinity Volume One, on February 3, 2017 through Dangerbird Records. Times Infinity Volume One is the first instalment of a two-album body of work, composed by the band over a two-year period, later recorded at sessions between Toronto’s Revolution Recording and Montréal’s Thee Mighty Hotel2Tango. With Times Infinity Volume Two slated for release in summer 2017. This weeks featured track is 'Golden Ratio' by The Sailmakers. Siphoning ounces of that baggy swagger from the spectacular Urban Hymns, and pumping their own brand of mellow psych into the mix, The Sailmakers give us another taste of what they’re made of, and they’re proving a force to be reckoned with. Get in touch: email@example.com
29 minutes | Feb 14, 2017
#30. Ten Fé Discuss Debut album “Hit The Light” - XS Noize Music Podcast
Welcome to episode #30 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan, from Ten Fé. Ben and Leo, released their debut album Hit The Light on February 3, 2017. The 11 track LP from the London-based duo follows the release of their acclaimed singles, ‘Make Me Better,’ ‘In The Air,’ ‘Elodie’ and ‘Turn.’ The guys chat to Mark about how they met, the recording of Hit The Light and the upcoming shows. This weeks featured track is ‘Melting’ from Toronto based Crazy Bones from their forthcoming Cosmic Drips EP, out March 2nd.
18 minutes | Jan 30, 2017
#29. Interview: Peter Hayes of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - XS Noize Music Podcast
Welcome to episode #29 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. On This weeks show Cortney Armitage is joined by Peter Hayes from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. “Peter Hayes came into the dressing room at Terminal 5. There we were at back stage before “The last rock ‘n’ roll show before the end of the world”. It was election night and while the elephant in the room was large, we managed to keep the interview about the music. Covering topics in his song writing to the epic struggle between good and evil, to the emotions felt playing songs, Peter Hayes is honest and heartfelt as they wound down their latest – and much overdue tour”. This weeks featured track is from Spawn. SPAWN is a high energy brass fuelled skapunk band from the Netherlands, keeping the beat rocksteady and the upstrokes a-skankin’. The band consist of guitar, bass, drums, keys, horns and vocals.
52 minutes | Jan 4, 2017
#28. Feat: Former Mansun front-man Paul Draper - Behind The Mixing Desk - XS Noize Music Podcast
Paul Draper was the front-man, main songwriter and producer of Mansun - one of the most iconic bands of the ’90s. The band’s debut album Attack of the Grey Lantern entered the UK chart at No 1. The band split in 2003 while recording their fourth LP (partially released on 2004’s Kleptomania). Paul went on to work with other bands and artists in a production role, working with Skin from Skunk Anansie, Menace Beach, The Joy Formidable and with Catherine A.D. aka The Anchoress on the acclaimed Confessions of a Romance Novelist album. Recently Paul Draper released EP One and EP Two which are part of the build up to Paul’s debut solo album due for release in Spring 2017. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
21 minutes | Dec 18, 2016
#27: Feat: Singer/Songwriter Willow Robinson - XS Noize Music Podcast
22 year old singer/songwriter Willow Robinson was born in Los Angeles and grew up between the Welsh Borders and London where he is now based. With influences ranging from Mick Jagger to Otis Redding, his guitar driven, soulful, rock n roll meets folk songs are full of raw emotion. After signing to record label Clark & McGee Ltd in 2015 and playing a series of support slots with artists including The Jesus and Mary Chain and Killing Joke he has recently released his second EP called Ocean Blue. This weeks featured track is ‘Your Animal’ from Illustr8ors. In Their Own Words: In one breath illustrators is a metamorphosis, and a stubborn stride towards a place where the core components of rock’n’roll exist in a relative and contemporary time. In another breath illustr8ors is just a contemporary rock band giving a f**k about what it means to be alive in music now. Not yesterday, not tomorrow, but right now” In their previous guise, as BlackWolf, illustr8ors scored tours and supports with the likes of The Temperance Movement, Winger, Blues Pills, Von Hertzen Brothers and The Answer to name a few; a nomination for Classic Rock Magazine’s ‘Best New Band’ roll of honour award, numerous playlist slots on major rock radio stations and a debut headline tour endorsed by Planet Rock Radio. However, it was time for a change. A time for a more decisive stride towards a definitive and individual sonic identity. A rebirth. That’s when illustr8ors were born. Featuring four white hot songs, the band’s self titled ep is sharp, drenched in groove, ladened with hooks and melody, whilst intelligent and a straight to the point collection of music. No messing about, no gimmicks…this is what rock music sounds like right NOW. .
49 minutes | Dec 6, 2016
#26: Andy Bell ‘From Moscow To Mars’, 30 Years Of Erasure - XS Noize Music Podcast
Erasure need no introduction they are responsible for writing some of the biggest pop songs and albums from when they formed in the 80s right up until the present day. This year Erasure are celebrating 30 years together by releasing the ‘From Moscow to Mars’ box set. Mark Millar had a chat with Andy Bell to look back over their career and to find out whats next for Erasure. This weeks featured track is ‘Ascend’ from Shelter. Ascend is a hugely atmospheric, lifting track, this 4th single concludes the releases from Shelters 2nd album also titled Ascend. Ascend the album is currently available via online digital stores, as well as physical copies via www.shelterofficial.com. Get in touch@ email@example.com
35 minutes | Nov 29, 2016
#25: John Power from Cast talks tour + new album "Kicking Up The Dust" - XS Noize Music Podcast
Cast first appeared on the scene in the mid 90s during the Britpop era with a string of top ten singles and the classic ‘All Change’ album. It became the highest selling debut album in the history of the Polydor label. Cast released 3 more albums before going their separate ways just after the release of their experimental album ‘Beetroot’. They reconvened in 2012 and released the acclaimed ‘Troubled Times’ album, and will release their next record 'Kicking Up the Dust' early 2017. Cast are now in the middle of an extensive UK tour. This weeks featured track is from American rock band Con Etiquette. Con Etiquette formed in the fall of 2014 following a tattoo session by drummer Mikey on frontman Antonino. The two discussed current and past music projects, varying greatly in styles and genres, from acoustic alternative to grind-core. The two started revisiting some solo tunes from Antonino’s solo ep “Profound”, and the collective unique styles from the two flowed very naturally. After a few weeks of jams and writing sessions the two were joined by Vin on guitar, who had a background in heavier metal bands,and later by Brian on bass, who also had a metal background. Surprisingly all of the unique attributes from each of the members, blended into an organic way to develop their own eclectic sound. The result is the debut album “Resulting In…”. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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