Music Podcasts & Shows You Need To Check Out This Fall

Music Podcasts & Shows You Need To Check Out This Fall

If you’re looking for a new music podcast to listen to or show to watch, you’ve come to the right place. It’s no secret that we at THP love music, and this fall there’s so many options for us to dig digger into our love of it! Whether it’s music podcasts or TV series, we’ve narrowed down some of our favorites that we think every music fan should check out.

The FADER Uncovered Podcast With Mark Ronson

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FADER

The FADER Uncovered is a music podcast and series, full of in-depth conversations with the world’s most impactful musicians, from genre-defining stars to avant-garde pioneers hosted by seven-time GRAMMY Award winner and legendary record producer and DJ, Mark Ronson.

Philly rock musician Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast was recently on the podcast, and we at THP couldn’t be more thrilled! Zauner talked about her 2018 FADER cover, her albums (including her most recent release Jubilee), her New York Times bestselling book, Crying in H Mart, her self-directed music videos, and so much more.

Season two kicked off with episodes with J Balvin and Kelis. Other musicians to be featured on season two of the podcast include Big Boi, Charli XCX, Dave Grohl, Diplo, DJ Premier, My Morning Jacket, RZA, Ty Dolla $ign, Vince Staples and more!

To listen to the podcast click here.

Apple Music Radio

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Apple Music Radio

Apple Music Radio has options to entertain us for days! It features exclusive original shows from the world’s top music hosts and artists across three distinct global stations: Apple Music 1, Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country. Featuring in-depth artist interviews, global exclusives and premieres, and unique programming, we can’t wait to see what’s in store.

Recently Cyndi Lauper took over ’80s Hits Essentials on Apple Music Hits and hosted her own show in celebration of the 35th anniversary of her album, True Colors. For six hours, Cyndi played some of her favorite songs of the era, along with a few of her own. Apple Music Subscribers can add the playlist ’80s Hits Essentials to their library and read about some of her favorite tracks and moments of the era in the playlist liner notes.

Some of our favorite picks: ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun’ by Cyndi Lauper (of course), ‘You Might Think’ by The Cars, and ‘Dancing in the Dark’ by Bruce Springsteen.

Sounds of the Underground Season 3

Do you miss live music? Are you looking to get caught up on all of the performances you missed in the last year? Sounds of the Underground is for you! It’s the first and only alternative music show focused on exposing up-and-coming artists while showcasing them alongside major artists and international talent. Airing on CBS, Sounds of the Underground is “seeking to bring music to a starving audience once more.”

Season three just kicked off a couple of weeks ago, and you can expect appearances by Point North, Stand Atlantic, Enter Shikari, Frank Iero, With Confidence, MEST, and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus.

The first episode included the exclusive premiere of Thriller Records‘ He Is We’s brand new song and music video ‘Finish Line,’ as well as exclusive performances by The Funeral Portrait, Quiet Like A Thief, and Taken Days. Check it out below!

We hope you enjoy our recommendations and check some of these out! Feel free to give us recommendations on music podcasts and series as well. We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below or over on our Facebook and Twitter!

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT FADER:
FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | WEBSITE

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT CYNDI LAUPER:
FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | WEBSITE

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SOUNDS OF THE UNDERGROUND:
INSTAGRAM | WEBSITE

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