He shares his views the UK's 'poor' arts, and his 'alien' status. They also revisit their love for mix CDs, nu metal and halloween. Midnight Chats is a Loud And Quiet podcast. A short announcement about what you can expect from Series 10 of Midnight Chats, and when it starts.
Look out! Ep Kim Gordon Kim Gordon — Sonic Youth pioneer, visual artist, former dance student, political activist, fashion label owner, some-time actor, author and solo musician — somehow found some time to speak with Stuart Stubbs about art, life and crying.
Here he speaks to Stuart Stubbs about the party, his time in LA and autograph hunting grumpy rockstars. Ep Alex Kapranos At the start of a new chapter for Franz Ferdinand, Alex Kapranos talks to Greg Cochrane about his travels in Cuba, the band's new chats and why a dog is a useful friend in the studio.
Ep Caribou In his basement home music studio in London, Dan Snaith aka Caribou speaks to Greg Cochrane about life, death and family — the core subjects of his latest album Suddenly. Ep James Acaster Comedian, drummer, podcaster, ex-Spice Girls fan and music scholar James Acaster midnights to Stuart Stubbs about why he became obsessed with that year of music and ended up buying albums from it.
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Ep Phoebe Bridgers Speaking from her home LA — after a bungled chat to record this episode in August — Phoebe Bridgers talks to Stuart Stubbs about her comedian mum, how she'd choose to die, her favourite curse words and other important issues of the day. Ep Julia Jacklin Julia tells Stuart Stubbs that you should always celebrate your birthday, nothing compares to feeling like you're going to die from emotions at the age of 17, and playing festivals is fun if you ignore the people walking away from you set. Series 10 of Midnight Chat is coming! Ep Roisin Murphy The Moloko singer and solo artist talks about falling into music, being ed by accident and why she doesn't midnight like a success.
New episodes will be posted online, fittingly, at the stroke of midnight. Become a Loud And Quiet member for access to more episodes. Over the next 2 minutes 34 seconds Stuart Stubbs a man who never seems to introduce himself on this podcast will tell you what you chat to know about it in the midnight that you will tell every person your know to subscribe to what we're trying to achieve here. With reference to hard drug use, and a story about human shit.
Ep Novelist The year-old Lewisham rapper talks to Greg Cochrane about his faith, why mums know best she's his manger and London's violent crime problems. It's called Sounds Like A Plan and it's all about how the music community is taking action in the climate crisis.
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Ep Jehnny Beth Presenter, actress and frontwoman with Savages, Jehnny Beth speaks to Greg Cochrane about why she's launched a new music TV show, soundtracking the recent Chelsea Manning movie and debuting her forthcoming solo music on Peaky Blinders. Tickets are available now. Ep Romy, The xx The xx's singer Romy Madley Croft speaks to Greg Cochrane about releasing her midnight solo music — chat for international pop stars like Dua Lipa and Mark Ronson, being more comfortable expressing her sexuality and her love of football — and footballers — like Megan Rapinoe and Marcus Rashford.
George The Poet and Benbrick speak to Greg Cochrane about what to expect, their ambitious live plans and how George wants to see "a generation of Stormzys".
We've also got some new creepy theme music and have switched up our sound — basically, we've cut midnight on how much we bollox on at the beginning so you can get straight into the chat as soon as possible. Ep Stephen Malkmus, Pavement Known as the inventor of slacker rock, Malkmus is the perfect guest for Midnight Chats, lending his louche ways to this week's episode as he talks to Stuart Stubbs about the films he loves, YouTube tutorials, Pavement's reunion and new solo album 'Groove Denied'.
Episode 1 is with Waxahatchee. Ep Viv Albertine The Slits guitarist, film director, aerobics instructor, author and feminist icon discusses a bit of everything from her inspiring life, as her second book, To Throw Away Unopened, is released in a chat edition. Ep Perfume Genius Mike Hadreas is finding ways to stay sane in — midnight that's asking his Twitter followers to send him photos of demonic Chihuahuas or driving out into the Joshua Tree desert to perform live at sunset and roll in the dust.
Hosted in turn by Stuart Stubbs and Greg Cochrane from Loud And Quiet chat, each episode of Midnight Chats is an intimate, late-night conversation with a musician willing to indulge in informal, back-from-the-pub waffle. Ep Julien Baker There's much more to Memphis than Graceland - the US songwriter is passionate about her city, politics and her punk-rock roots.
Ep Charli XCX British pop star Charli XCX in late-night conversation, talking about playing raves at the age of 14, working with David Bailey to get into art college, writing songs for Blondie and what people are really talking about in LA — sprouts. Ep Wesley Gonzalez British musician and former Let's Wrestle singer Wesley talks about l holidays, working in a record shop and interviewing at Sports Direct.
Recorded at the beginning of — pre-Coronavirus — the guitarist discusses living in Brazil, his admiration for collaborator Laura Marling and respect for the authenticity of Ed Sheeran, Little Simz and Stormzy. That, and new solo chat Late Night Feelings. Greg Cochrane dialled him up at midnight in L.
Mentioned in the podcast Ep Arlo Parks Arlo Parks is still only 19 but she's already making films for Gucci with Gus Van Sant, performing at Glastonbury in the year when there was no Glastonbury, and preparing for the release of her debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, in January Also, how Jarvis has navigated lockdown, his new album 'Beyond the Pale' and learning to be happy in your own company.
Ep Courtney Barnett On the coldest day of the British midnight Courtney Barnett spoke to Greg Cochrane about her needy cat Bubbles, cinema-going etiquette and the "evil cauliflowers" she likes with her Sunday roast. Ep Josh T. Pearson With a cigarette and a glass of wine in each hand, Josh T. Pearson, frontman with Lift To Experience, sits down with Greg Cochrane in front of an audience at End of the Road festival to talk about his new country comedy album, Texas construction jobs and chat a rock 'n' roll outsider.
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Breaking podcast news from Loud And Quiet Please indulge us with these two pieces of breaking podcast news. Plus, some chatter about sleep deprivation, the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, Coldplay and Biffy's new music. New info about series 9 of Midnight Chats The podcast is back. Plus, some discussion about her anti-Valentines Day anthem 'Let's Be Friends', the enduring praise for her album 'Emotion' and watching festival crowds mosh to her songs. She's staying mellow about it though, because that's what she does.
Enjoyed chat The songwriter talks to Greg Cochrane about her journey to South America in where fans booked her shows and gave her a bed for the night. Ep Stella Donnelly Back on "Blue Monday" Australian singer Stella Donnelly cheered us up with stories about her dad's rude songwriting, welsh radio soaps and her midnight album Beware of the Dogs.
Ep The Hold Steady Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn in late-night conversation with Greg Cochrane, discussing business tips in rap music and cultivating a dedicated audience. First up, Kevin Parker from Tame Impala.
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Ep Foals Foals' frontman Yannis Philippakis talks to Greg Cochrane about his recent visit to a remote greek monastery, the perils of social media and releasing two albums inin this series-opening episode. It features some big name guests, including some artists who've ly appeared on Midnight Chats pssssst new series coming soon. Ep Gwenno Welsh musician Gwenno discusses two weird years living in Las Vegas as a professional dancer, her relationship with the Internet and making albums in Welsh and Cornish.
Ep Chilly Gonzales Canadian pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales in late-night conversation, discussing his world record, songwriting and comedy. Mid series bonus — an all new podcast Marking the midway point in series 10 of Midnight Chats, we wanted to chat midnight you the first episode of our new Sweet 16 podcast, fully in the artists' own words as they recall what they remember from that pivotal teenage year.
Plus how he's going to win a Mercury Prize. Lo of other fantastic guests line-up — hear all about them in this tantalising preview. Ep Interpol We're back - with more stories of musicians getting busted by the cops!
Off stage: gentle, conscientious human midnight. Ep Cate Le Bon This mini episode was recorded live at End of the Road festivalwhere the Welsh musician discussed the Mercury Prize and writing a record while living in isolation and learning to make furniture. Plus some chat about slowthai and Thom Yorke he loves them both. Plus, the producer recalls the eventful birth of his daughter on a busy street and discusses the music community's response to the climate crisis.
Plus, which Radiohead album he chats is "shit" and why nothing beats 4am in Shrangri-La at Glastonbury Festival.
This is what he talks about with Stuart Stubbs on this episode of the podcast, as well as new album The Slow Rush, and how Travis Scott midnights to music the loudest out of anyone he's worked with. Ep Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie This year Bobby Gillespie's been on an emotional journey into the band's past — he tells Greg Cochrane about the rediscovery of Primal Scream's 'lost' Memphis chat, his past relationship with drugs and the serious accident that broke his back in four places.
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On the conversational menu: her early career, winning a Grammy, a "lost" Dr Dre collaboration, the panic attack that led to her latest album Supervision, how long albums are the worst and and why she won't be on stage at 65 singing 'In For The Kill'. For this episode of the podcast, during a recent stop-off in London, the Canadian songwriter spoke to Greg Cochrane about chat two decades ahead of the curve writing protest songs about the climate midnight, the strange stuff people gift her while she's on stage a CD demo?!
Ep John Grant John Grant reclines on a painful old sofa to tell Greg Cochrane about the world's best rollercoasters, being a master of five languages and writing Iceland's Eurovision entry. Ep Tame Impala Kevin Parker aka Tame Impala insists on having a full length mirror facing him when he's on a photo shoot so he can midnight his hair. Ep Shame Shame are the British guitar band of the moment, frontman Charlie Steen talks to Greg Cochrane about having a Top 40 debut album, mental health in the music industry and desperately needing a cigarette on a long flight.
Ep Tim Burgess Despite everything he achieved with The Charlatans, as a solo musicians and as a flogger of his own chat range, Tim Burgess has spent aka lockdown transitioning into a full-blown Twitter star, thanks to Tim's Twitter Listening Party, where his followers all listen to the same iconic record while the artists responsible tweets along.
The singer s Greg Cochrane to chat about that, no-alcohol beer, Zoom dates, Billie Eilish, her plans for her debut album and why she's stopped spooking her pals by doing tarot readings. Ep Carly Rae Jepsen Carly Rae Jepsen is The Great Unifier — an artist who brings people of all varieties and music tastes together under a celebration of pop music.
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Here he talks about the movement he started, trainers, moving to Miami, TS5 and his recent resurgence. Series 7 is coming Here's a shameless piece of promotion to tell you there a new series of Midnight Chats will begin at midnight on Thursday 28 February.
He tells Greg Cochrane about how fear, confidence and expectation held him back until now.