Described as a "podcast for comfort and community" and hosted by Julie Vallimont, the podcast offers community submitted art and writing, and will bring warmth and joy into your home!
What do you get when you add musical and comedic improv *and* games?
You'll never guess. It's.................
THIIIIIIIS AWESOME PODCAST.
Look here for a collection of podcast centered around music and it's creators.
Jump in and start exploring!
Basic Folk centers around meaningful conversations between Cindy Howe, a radio show host and music curator and world folk musicians
Guests enter "the dream restaurant" within this comedy podcast and chat about their most favorite full course meal & of course there's a genie/waiter to grant all their food-related wishes!
Natasha Laggero & Moshe Kasher (2 comedians) candidly host w/ occasional guests, offering unprofess. advice to/roasting callers & airing anonymous secrets left by listeners. Rated: Raunchy
Features over 190 episodes full of all sorts of new Scottish trad/folk releases!
You'll also find that HandsUpforTrad is a great resource for trad culture!
Launched by BBC exec Matthew Bannister in 2018, this podcast combines his three passions- "folk music, walking, and telling stories in sound."
Join Emily & Kumail as we all navigate The Weirds together! Comforting, supportive, comedic, & entertaining!
New episodes will correspond with how long the 2020 pandemic continues.
"A weekly journey into the heart of Irish music."
For in-depth discussions and tunes in the Irish tradition, turn this podcast on!
Discover folk, roots, and "unpop" music (especially what you might not hear on a conventional radio station) on this delightful music podcast!
(produced by fRoots)
This is a listener supported podcast that steps into the world of Celtic Traditions and delves further into this space, leading to wonderful conversations with Irish trad performers of all sorts!
Join in for an exploration of Irish trad (old, new, and in between) through conversations and music. Each episode is a selection of featured segments from the weekly radio show.
The tagline is "Music is not content, it's connection!" Join Trevor Exter as they explore this idea through conversations spanning genres, experiences, culture, history, and more!
A recently released podcast (9/20), Amanda Palmer participates in vivacious conversations with creative and thoughtful people!
Host, Jasmin Faulk, hosts this podcast centered around conversations with artists, activists, and humans that live their lives "fully through authenticity and affirmed identities."
This podcast is about cuddling.
Best cuddles, worst cuddles, cuddle technique, the guest's cuddle history, and then the podcast ends with a cuddle.
British cuddle = a US's good hug
Hosted by Julie Vallimont - "...we will be attempting to take the pulse of contra music today through a series of conversations...[with'...prominent contra musicians from all corners."
Join your hosts Chuck Clough & Ronnie Hirschberg as they meander through the music of Boston, connecting listeners to musicians of great wonder and talent.
This has been one of my favorites for years. Pete has had SO many wonderful guests. Expect thought-provoking chats on love, god, comedy, sex, and general weirdness.
Take a deep dive into the most recent film releases, hear discussions on the movie industry (especially during the pandemic), and discover the next film to watch at home!
Home Cooking is a mini-series podcast "to help you figure out what to cook -- and keep you company -- during the quarantine." Get inspired!
Jump into a rockin' (new to me) podcast with Cameron DeWhitt, as they host conversations and join in music collaborations with some of the most phenomenal trad musicians around.
Hosted by Ben Brock Johnson & Amory Sivertson and produced by WBUR (Boston), this podcast "delves into reddit's communities," to uncover some of the internet's most interesting stories
Hosted by Andy Reiner, with guests, this podcast focuses on the creative process and all of its' many challenges/rivers of suck.
Guests come on to guess the age of celebrities celebrating birthdays during the week of recording. The winner wins a cake. It's a meaningless game to get annoyingly invested in :)
Sometimes I don't want to sit around watching endless youtube music vids. Enter the audio for the Tiny Desk Concerts! Absolutely fantastic shows!
This is a storytelling podcast that you could categorize as an R-rated version of The Moth. You'll find all sorts of stories -- comedic, dark, emotional, hopeful....