Orbital brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll give a hilarious account of their musical upbringing (including prog rock and concept albums) and the story behind their 1996 album.
KT looked back to her early days of busking, loop pedals, getting her big break, recording her first album and dealing with its success in a down to earth and candid conversation.
Relive your childhood as Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy and pianist and Guaraldi superfan Neil Cowley discuss Guaraldi’s work, life, legacy and his indelible connection to The Peanuts.
The Kinks' guitarist looks back 50 years to the creation of the iconic album that is now considered the band's finest LP offering in a heartfelt and open discussion.
Paloma looks back at albums by Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday, Erykah Badu, Arrested Development and Tracey Chapman that have inspired her life and her own album 'The Architect'.
Watch the full video as 30 years on from the release of 'Daydream Nation' Thurston Moore joins us to reflect on it's impact for National Album Day at The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts.
Watch the full interview as Colleen was joined by Primal Scream to discuss their memories of working with legendary producer Tom Dowd and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section.
Trojan Records has had an immense impact on British culture and we celebrated its 50th anniversary with an original Trojan artist and sound system enthusiast Soul II Soul's frontman.
Watch the full interview where we were joined by Don Lett’s who was largely responsible for merging punk rock and reggae in London in the late seventies