John Coltrane’s 1965 LP 'A Love Supreme' is one of the landmarks in recorded jazz and a deeply spiritual work. Denys Baptiste joins us to discuss the legacy and impact of 'A Love Supreme'.
Taking inspiration from the more extreme ends of guitar music, namely early-hardcore, dissonant no-wave, Sonic Youth were the Velvet Underground for the materialistic 1980s.
Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy takes an in-depth look at Lady Day's 1956 LP and the controversial song 'Strange Fruit' with Jose James and Paloma Faith.
Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire and André de Ridder discuss ‘Snowflakes are Dancing’ by Japanese musician Isao Tomita.
The story behind 1975's The Hissing Of Summer Lawns, the first major left turn of Joni Mitchell’s already celebrated career.
How did an album about mental illness, mortality and the need for human empathy stay on the U.S. Billboard Charts for 741 weeks (14 years)?