The 15 best podcasts for music creators

By | April 6, 2021

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Song Exploder
The original that got many followers. Los Angeles resident Hrishikesh Hirway created the first episode in 2014 and since then it has been rolling on. The creation of a song is described by the author (s) with the help of everything from demo recordings to entire stories. Fleetwood Mac, U2, Metallica, Lorde and many, many more have visited the podcast. The episode with Robyn about the hit “Honey” is a platinum lump in a pile of gold.
More info: http://songexploder.net/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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The music podcast
A Studio favorite that has a fairly wide touch, but gets away with it with treasure. The podcast covers everything from songwriting to sound technology such as microphone placement and a lot in between. Guests, both celebrities and celebrities are invited to talk about successes and mistakes. Pod hosts are Niklas Berglöf, Joakim Jarl and Magnus Lindberg.
More info: https://musikproducent.se/podd/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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The music industry podcast
Andreas Andersson welcomes influential people in Swedish music life to a podcast that manages to be of great benefit to those who listen, not just for fun. An example of this is that such things as agreements and rights are reviewed with representatives of various parties in the industry. Some sections are available in short and long versions. Some are conveniently divided into parts.
More info: soundcloud.com/musikbranschpodden
Is on: Soundcloud / Spotify / Itunes / Acast

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The song’s DNA / Ministry of Sound
Timmie Stenberg’s genius flash for podcast, Ljudministeriet, which is about all the sounds inside, by and around us, has spawned in another podcast: The song’s DNA. In it you can hear Swedish artists, songwriters and producers break down one of their songs into its components and tell the story of how the song came to be.
More info: https://www.ljudministeriet.se/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes / Acast

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Rockpodden
The pod that shouldered the responsibility of sorting out the role of rock. In the steady stream of guests, you get to meet everything from those who hold the threads in rock Sweden, but also artists and enthusiasts. Some emphasis on life on and off stage, but the editors go where they want, which makes listening interesting regardless and you are a fan or a practitioner. It is the slightly harder variant of rock that is usually dealt with.
More info: https://rockpodden.se/
Is on: Spotify / Acast / Itunes

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Hangin with audiophiles
The rust phenomenon Jamie Lidell has a background that covers dirty soul singing to experimental machine funk in the duo Super Collider. In this relaxed podcast, he invites studio phantoms such as Tim Exile and Richard Devine. And in each episode, Lidell totally nerds one or more cans with sound examples and everything. Geek: igt and nice worse.
More info: http://jamielidellmusic.com/
Is on: ITunes / Spotify

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Hitfabriken
And now we make a deep dive into the absolute middle ground of music Sweden. Fredrik Ralstrand is your cicerone and you get to hear people who recognize a hit song when you hear it. Good width for the guests: Lasse Holm, Siv Malmkvist, Pandora, Günter, and more. Several exciting stories behind the scenes of the Swedish music miracle.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/hitfabrikens/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes / Acast

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What blire for rap?
This is about content that is for you who want a raw look at the Swedish hip-hop scene. Interviews, discussions, stories and – of course – fat with playlists. Housed by the not entirely unknown Entertainment Guide. Initiated and authentically performed. We especially like the special programs as the pod goes deeper into a particular artist or producer.
More info: https://blogg.ng.se/vad-blir-det-for-rap/
Is on: ITunes / Acast / Spotify / Soundcloud

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The songwriter pod
A well-formulated and personal podcast signed by Andreas Grube focuses on songwriting and songwriting. And it is not a half-measure of the guest list he has put together so far: Ane Brun, Mauro Scocco, Wille Craaford; Maria Marcus and Johan Kinde. A podcast for you who put creativity and musical craftsmanship before sound technology and mixology.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/latskrivarpodden/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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My forever Studio
Few nations cherish their crazy nerds as much as the British. Here you can hear the shamelessly geeky music technology journalists Chris Barker and Will Betts in great shape. In search of the perfect studio rig, they visit other people’s studios and discuss gadgets and software. Both backwards and forwards. Charming and full of knowledge.
More info: https://www.musictech.net/shows/my-forever-studio/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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At Strage’s home
Few people over the age of 25 who like music do not know Fredrik Strage. For decades, as a music journalist, he has nerded loose on details and overview perspectives like few others. In this podcast, he invites both domestic and international stars for personal development talks about influences. Of course, the occasional joke is conveyed.
More info: https://hemmahosstrage.se/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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The music magazine
One of SR’s most curious and experienced music program items is also available as a podcast, thank goodness. Here you can come to life in the context of refreshing angles about women’s struggle in music but also excursions in the domains of sound art. A really excellent podcast for you who want to discover new soundscapes and new music you may not have known existed.
More info: https://sverigesradio.se/musikmagasinet
Is on: See the podcast’s site.

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Gaffa-podden
Sweden’s most music magazine must have a podcast. Everything else would be insane. Gaffa-podden
Produced simultaneously in Gothenburg and Stockholm. The podcast manages to convey the read enthusiasm and spirit of discovery that is the magazine’s hallmark. It is a relatively talkative podcast but indispensable if you want to keep up with what is happening in music Sweden.
More info: www.gaffa.se
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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P3 song
In a familiar way, a song is picked down into its constituents and put together again via the voices of the authors. Two strengths of P3’s songwriting podcast are the handy format, often for half an hour, and the selection is very contemporary with performers such as Mapei, Sabina Ddumba, Fricky, Benjamin Ingrosso, Little Jinder and many other guests.
More info: sverigesradio.se/p3laten
Is on: See the podcast’s site.

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Guitar Geeks
Every Thursday, Daniel Kordelius and Andreas Rydman deliver a podcast that, according to the authors, is about more than you want to know about guitars, amplifiers and effect pedals. It sometimes tracks down to an almost insane level of detail, but we like that. The podcast hosts receive questions from the listeners via their Facebook page, which is then answered in the podcast.
More info: http://www.guitargeeks.se/
Is on: Spotify / Itunes

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Source:studio.se