A semi on-topic discussion between writers of online music journal The Middle (http://middlemusic.net) discussing recent features and reviews on the site, a round-up of the biggest news stories and tracks from bands that have featured on the site.
Episode 428/09/2012 Duração: 31min
You've most likely forgotten about us - but after a summer's break, the world famous MiddleMusic.net Podcast is back! Usual hosts Mikey, Phil and Mark are back, joined by a new member of the team, Paul McRae. As well as the usual terrible patter and wide-of-the-mark jokes, this week we have music from Alt-J, Cradle of Filth, and a special DJ Shadow remix by Stereo:Type PLUS discussions about the Mercury Prize, Muse's new album and more.
Episode 322/04/2012 Duração: 25min
Episode 3 of the rip-roaring adventure that is the MiddleMusic.net podcast, hosted as ever by Mikey, Mark and Phil - and this week, featuring two of our three hosts trying their bests not to hack up a lung all over the studio! Apart from various illnesses, we also have music from Eyes on Film, OFF!, Altered Sky and With The Punches to keep you interested - that's if our thrilling discussions about Record Store Day and this summer's festivals aren't enough!
Episode 206/04/2012 Duração: 21min
Episode 2 of MiddleMusic.net's semi-regular podcast, and this time round we have more discussion about a wide variety of musical goings-on, including some of the live reviews we've featured on the site, our views on downloading music, and, as ever, a news round-up! That's not all though, because we've also got some of the best new tracks that we've found over the last few weeks, including The OK Social Club, Public Service Broadcasting and Deer Tick!
Episode 116/03/2012 Duração: 19min
We're proud to announce that we've finally got our act together - and produced our first ever podcast! Hours of hard work - blood, sweat, tears and emotional phonecalls - were invested to bring you our first ever foray into the multimedia world. Featuring new music from Brazil Exists, Of Kings and Captains, Lambchop and Fatherson, a news round-up from our news editor Phil Wilson and a look at some of the best album reviews of the past month, listen (and try and decipher our mumblings!) for yourself here!