Midnight Chats

Midnight Chats

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The podcast where musicians talk nonsense at midnight. And intimately about their lives and creativity. From the team behind independent music magazine Loud And Quiet.

Episodes

Ep 140: Sleaford Mods on 10 years of Divide & Exit, and one very bleak album launch

As Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods release a 10-year anniversary edition of their breakthrough album Divide & Exit, frontman and lyricist Jason Williamson revisits the album that changed his life, the time he threw the bleakest album release party of all time, and how he finally found success in his 40s on his 7th album.    You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  'Tied Up In Nottz' video Modern Life is Rubbish... still – early Loud And Quiet interview from 2014 Sleaford Mod Loud And Quiet archive  Jason on Episode 65 of the podcast Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/07/2444m 12s

Ep 139: AURORA on this moment of human crises, why fame is sh*t and her music husband Brian Eno

Look around and you’d be forgiven for feeling the world is completely broken in 2024. War. Division. Crises. How did we get here? That’s the fundamental question Norwegian songwriter AURORA explores on her latest album What Happened To The Heart?. It’s a project that is technicolor in feeling, and in sound. Host Greg Cochrane went to meet her to talk about activism, conflict and why she and the iconic Brian Eno are like “an old married couple”. It’s a deep listen, for sure, but these are deep times – even if you can focus on the glimmers of light.  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Hear Brian Eno discussing his work with AURORA on episode 127 of Midnight Chats The letter ‘We Are The Earth’ by Sônia Guajajara and Célia Xakriabá Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/07/2435m 19s

Ep 138: Glastonbury 2024 Review! Our verdict on Dua Lipa's headliner debut, SZA's sound shambles and Coldplay's weird alien heads

Stuart got the hot ticket. Greg did not. In the field, and from the sofa at home, Midnight Chats does Glastonbury 2024.  Your hosts tackle the biggest talking points from the most famous music festival in the world. Did Dua Lipa fulfill her promise to turn Worthy Farm into a club on her headliner debut? Was SZA's microphone fresh out of batteries? Did Coldplay bring the world together in a moment of communal feeling, or was it a bad acid trip? Did Louis Tomlinson steal a TV from the local Curries? All these essential questions answered, and more. What did you make of this episode. Please let us know and share your thoughts and questions at Greg@loudandquiet.com or DM us on Instagram @midnightchatspod.  And for those in the UK (sorry to those elsewhere), here are links to our top performances on BBC iPlayer. You've a month to watch before they disappear.  Sampha IDLESAURORA Little SimzColdplay LCD Soundsystem Dua Lipa Confidence ManPJ Harvey  Everything is bigger and better at Glastonbury, including my unexpected fits of crying Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate PriorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/07/2445m 32s

Ep 137: Yard Act and Rose Matafeo on meeting at Glastonbury, winks from Rod Stewart and Greg Davies’ Desert Islands Discs

James Smith from Leeds band Yard Act met New Zealand comedian Rose Matafeo at Glastonbury festival a couple of years ago when the pair were watching little Simz. Since then, Smith's group has invited Matafeo to sing on their second album, Where's My Utopia?, star in one of their music videos and open for them in their hometown. What better excuse did we need to get them both in a room to discuss the time Rose accidentally put her hand up Jools Holland's back just after Rod Stewart winked at her, the horrible gig that led to James writing the song Rose would become the face of, what Taskmaster is really like to film, and how James and Yard Act will attempt to navigate this year's Glastonbury.  Watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Yard Act 'Petroleum' video starring Rose Rose's Taskermaster country rap song Yard Act perform 'Dream Job' live on Later... with Jools Holland Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/06/2442m 48s

Ep 136: Foals’ Yannis Philippakis on collaborating with icon Tony Allen, his love of gardening and what happens next with Foals

Frontman with one of Britain’s biggest modern rock bands, Yannis Philippakis recently launched Yannis & The Yaw – not so much a solo project, more of an experiment in collaboration. Dial back seven years and Yannis spent time writing songs with one of his heroes, the icon drummer Tony Allen – godfather of Afrobeat and distinguished collaborator with everyone from Damon Albarn to Air. The result is a posthumous project – Allen died in 2020 – titled ‘Lagos Paris London’ released in August 2024.  Yannis goes deep with host Greg Cochrane about his “cross generational” bond with Allen, and the other legendary artists he'd love write with Yannis & The Yaw. Plus, he discusses the evolving future of his band Foals, chats about his passion for gardening and why he’s writing music for some contemporary theatre productions.  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  More Yannis? He joined us on episode 64 of Midnight Chats back in 2019 Check out the videos for Yannis & The Yaw tracks ‘Under The Strikes’ and ‘Walk Through Fire’ Further reading: Yannis on his love for gardening, interviewed in The Telegraph  The Confessions theatre production Yannis wrote the score for in 2023  From 2023: Original bassist Walter Gervers rejoins Foals, via NME Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17/06/2441m 51s

Ep 135: St. Vincent on her acting debut, an apprenticeship in The Polyphonic Spree and near misses with Steve Albini

Annie Clark has been recording as St. Vincent since 2007, collaborating with David Byrne and Paul McCartney along the way, and proving herself as one of the best guitarists (and songwriters) in the world.  In more recent years she's written a number one hit single (aren't they all) for Taylor Swift, co-written and starred in her debut feature film, The Nowhere Inn, with her close friend Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney, and released her 7th album All Born Screaming in April 2024.  On this week's show she talks with Stu about her early years in mid-00s CULT band (in every sense of the word) The Polyphonic Spree, why nobody liked her film, her close encounters with Steve Albini, and how she got childhood hero Dave Grohl to drum on her new record. Watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  The Nowhere Inn trailer Video to 'Broken Man', ft Dave Grohl The Polyphonic Spree on Tour - 2005 mini doc Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate PriorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/06/2439m 52s

Ep 134: Lynks on ditching earnest music for the life of a masked entertainer and new queer icon

South Londoner Lynks used to make the type of straight-faced, emotional music that all of his friends were making, until one day, for a bit of fun, he decided to adopt a masked drag persona and lean into being an entertainer. His thumping alt. pop songs since have centred around his experiences as a young queer person, with songs about sex with strangers delivered with a bluntness that is matched by Lynks' wicked sense of humour. This is, after all, an artist that also has a song exclusively about how to make a bechamel sauce.  Speaking in April 2024 with Stu before his show in Cambridge, England, Lynks discusses the moment he unexpectedly unlocked his successful new act, how he approached debut album Abomination, what could be expected from his camp, prop-heavy show that night, and why it's more satisfying to make people dance than cry with your music.  Watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Our Abomination review Our early interview with Lynks (2019) '(What Did You Expect From) Sex With a Stranger' video  'How To Make a Beshamel Sauce in 10 Steps (with pictures)' video  Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate PriorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
03/06/2441m 9s

Ep 133: Future Islands' Sam T. Herring on his move into acting, his love for Everton football club and his band's ongoing "underdog" mentality

Sam T. Herring’s distinctive growl and spectacular dance moves may still be one of the best known things about Future Islands, but away from the chest-thumping on stage he's a charismatic, thoughtful and humble guy.  Greg Cochrane caught up with him to talk about his recent move into acting (he starred in TV series The Changling last year), the heartbreak channeled in Future Islands’ most recent album ‘People Who Aren't There Anymore’ and why he’s a diehard follower of an average British football team (sorry, Everton fans).  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Sam T. Herring speaks to Stuart on episode 22 of Midnight Chats Watch the trailer for the TV show Sam stars in, ‘The Changling’  Future Islands return to the UK in July 2024 to play Crystal Palace Bowl - more info Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27/05/2446m 32s

Ep 132: Waxahatchee reflects on the success of 'Saint Cloud', it's affect on new album 'Tigers Blood' and where Charlie Sheen fits into it all

Katie Crutchfield aka American artist Waxahatchee joins Stu on the podcast to look back on how she arrived at her sixth album, Tigers Blood, following on from her 2021 breakthrough record Saint Cloud.  Just what does having a breakthrough record do to an artist? How will Katie navigate 2024? Is MJ Lenderman the most talented young dude in US indie rock right now? And what was Charlie Sheen talking about when he said he was drinking Tigers Blood back in 2011?  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Listen to Tigers Blood on Bandcamp 'Right Back To It' live on the Late Show with MJ Lenderman Waxahatchee 2013 interview around Cerulean Salt Charlie Sheen's Tiger's Blood moment Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/05/2443m 42s

Ep 131: The Blessed Madonna on cooking for Daft Punk, dance music needing to do better, and what’s happening with that elusive debut album

The Blessed Madonna – truly one of the most engaging, fun and opinionated guests we’ve welcomed onto Midnight Chats.  One of the world’s foremost DJs, producers and curators, Marea Stamper invited Greg Cochrane to her intimate London studio Godspeed to record this colourful conversation.  Topics covered: 2024 and this turbulent time in politics and journalism; her unique relationship with the iconic track ‘Marea (We Lost Dancing)’ by Fred again… and stories of cooking pasta for Daft Punk when they literally came to the house.  Oh, and while there’s still no confirmed release date for her much anticipated debut album, there’s lots of chat about what to expect when it does finally drop.  Enjoy!  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Watch the video for 'Marea (We Lost Dancing)'  'Happier' – listen to the single on YouTube  The Evening Standard article about Maria's response to PM Rishi Sunak using her music Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/05/2442m 21s

Ep 130: A. G. Cook discusses the life and death of PC Music, telepathy with Charli XCX, and new LP Britpop

A. G. Cook joins Stu on this week's show to talk about the visionary hyperpop label he founded in 2013 and closed in 2023 (PC Music), his work with Charli XCX as her creative director, co-writing a song for Beyonce, growing up an only child as the son of radical architects, and his new 3-disc, 24-track, 100 minutes long album, Britpop. A completely singular creative mind, this episode was recorded face to face in April 2024. It could have easily gone on for hours.  Give the show a follow on Instagram at @midnightchatspod for clips and more. Further links: Powering down: the story and legacy of PC Music – Loud And Quiet The World According to Archigram – The Guardian Beyonce – All Up In Your Mind A. G. Cook – Britpop A. G. Cook – Soulbreaker Witchfork Wandcamp Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs Mixing and Mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate PriorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/05/2447m 5s

Ep 129: GRIFF

It’s surprising to find 23-year-old British songwriter GRIFF’s feet firmly on the ground, given her extraordinary experiences the past three years.  It’s been a steep rocket ride: from bedroom songwriter to a powerful breakthrough performance at the BRITs, and onto the stages of stadiums with Dua Lipa and Ed Sheeran. Coldplay’s Chris Martin is such a fan the duo collaborated on the song ‘Astronaut’.  And so here we are in 2024, and GRIFF is preparing to release her debut album vertigo in July. Not before she tells Greg Cochrane about growing up in sleepy Hertfordshire feeling like an outsider, being a foster sibling and eating chips with her all time icon Taylor Swift.  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Watch GRIFF’s live performance of Black Hole at the 2021 BRIT Awards  Listen to the single ‘Miss Me Too’  The making of ‘Astronaut’ with Coldplay’s Chris Martin  GRIFF welcomes special guests to try and ‘Beat The Clock’  Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29/04/2440m 10s

Ep 128: Anna B Savage

London-born musician Anna B Savage talks to Stu in this particularly freewheeling episode of Midnight Chats that covers topics including meeting Cillian Murphy, present-opening etiquette, music industry anxiety, and what the hell is success anyway?!  Stu also reveals to Anna where she is/was on the Loud And Quiet 2023 Albums of the Year list. And then there's a song to end. Give the show a follow on Instagram at @midnightchatspod for clips and more. This episode was recored in November 2023. Further links: Listen to Anna's cover of 'A Girl Like You' Read our most recent interview with Anna from issue 157 of Loud And Quiet Read the full L&Q Albums of the Year 2023 Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs Mixing and Mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22/04/2440m 40s

Ep 127: Brian Eno

Surprise! When you get an icon like Brian Eno on the podcast, it cannot wait until our usual Monday night drop. So we come to you early.  Welcome to this special, bonus "Earth Day" (22 April) edition of the podcast. Brian Eno is a trailblazing musician, producer and activist. Working with everyone from U2 to Talking Heads, Coldplay to Grace Jones, he's also deeply passionate about climate action, and is the co-founder of Earth/Percent. Today they launch Sounds Right where a group of huge artists are releasing new music where "NATURE" is the featured artist, and receives credit and royalty. A radically simple initiative. No biggy, but Brian's song is one he originally co-wrote with David Bowie. 'Get Real' features hyenas and some wild pigs.  Greg Cochrane went to his legendary studio in London in March 2024 to record this conversation.  You can watch clips of the podcast online now, just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. He also talks about the release of the "definitive Brian Eno documentary" – a new movie premiering in London on about the story of his life. This is Eno, though, there is a twist. It's a generative film powered by AI so will be different everytime it's screened. Plus, he demos Greg some previously unheard music and talks about the geopolitical state of the world in 2024.  Enjoy. We'll be back in your feeds as usual this coming Monday night at midnight (BST).  Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Listen to the reimagined 'Get Real' by Brian Eno and David Bowie Read more about Earth/Percent Check out the Sounds Right initiative and listen to the songs  More about 'Eno' the "definitive" documentary about Brian's life Stream the accompanying soundtrack to the 'Eno' movie  Brian's musical contributions to Sounds Right used The Listening Planet – a non-profit acoustic ecology sound library Jarvis Cocker discussing his 'Biophobia' music and climate project  Hard Art – a think tank for creative resistance  Listen to Brian Eno speaking to Greg on the Sounds Like A Plan podcast  Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/04/2447m 25s

Ep 126: MGMT

Maybe you were reminded of the genius songwriting of US duo MGMT when their song ‘Time To Pretend’ recently popped up on the Saltburn film soundtrack? Ever since their breakthrough in 2007, with songs like ‘Kids’ and ‘Electric Feel’, the duo of Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser have continued to release a stream of compelling new music.  Greg Cochrane spoke to them from their homes in America on opposite coasts to wind back the clock on meeting them for the first time in 2007, and hear early stories of their surreal meetings with Sir Paul McCartney, Arctic Monkeys and Adele.  Plus, MGMT discuss performing their debut album Oracular Spectacular live (hello Broadway?), the period during COVID-19 where their song ‘Little Dark Age’ seemed to soundtrack every video on the internet and their future plans as a band.  You can watch clips of the podcast online, now just give us a follow on Instagram @midnightchatspod. This episode was recored in December 2023. Links to stuff mentioned in the episode:  Listen to MGMT’s new album ‘Loss Of Life’ album - out now - my favourite tracks are ‘People in the Streets’ and ‘Nothing Changes’  Watch MGMT’s video for ‘Bubblegum Dog’ on YouTube Kid Cudi joins MGMT on stage at Coachella 2014 Credits: Interview by Greg Cochrane  Editing by Stuart Stubbs  Mixing and mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Video by Robbie Hamilton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/04/2440m 30s

Ep 125: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Melbourne band King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard don't just make a LOT of records (they've released 25 since they started 11 years ago); each one comes with a different experiment at the heart of it. There's the thrash metal record; the collaborative jazz record; the microtonal record; one made exclusively on acoustic instruments; one that plays on an infinity loop. And on and on.  Their latest (if you're quick enough), doesn't feature guitars at all – The Silver Cord is the rock band's synth only album, which we discuss a little on episode 125 of MC, with band leader Stuart Mackenzie. Along with what he remembers from those previous 24 albums, the band's origins on the Melbourne scene, and how on earth King Gizzard will come to end. If it ever will.  Give the show a follow on Instagram and TikTok at @midnightchatspod. This episode was recored in October 2023. Further links: Our KGATLW cover feature from 2017 Listen to The Silver Cord The Discogs listing for all the bootlegged versions of Polygondwanaland Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs Mixing and Mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/04/2441m 9s

Ep 124: Brittany Howard

Adele – "There's something about Brittany [Howard] that puts fire in my soul – she’s so fucking full of soul, overflowing, dripping, that I almost can’t handle it." Tonight's guest has some major, major fans: Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator, Fred again..., Chris Martin. The list could go on. Yet, the former Alabama Shakes frontwomen - and x5 Grammy Award winner - is totally grounded. Not to mention a total blast to hang out with. She spoke to Greg Cochrane from her home in Nashville, where they were joined by her two dogs Wanda and Willie. They spoke about Brittany's love of angling, meditation and ignoring her smartphone; how she's humbled by the admiration from her musician peers; Brittany's love of the her local LGBTQ+ community; whether Alabama Shakes could ever re-unite.  Plus, she shares what must be one of THE great stories about playing a show at Prince's legendary home and studio, Paisley Park.  Recorded in January 2024. Find video clips of the chat on Tiktok and Instagram, @Midnightchatspod. And if you picked up Brittany in a convertible car late one night in Madrid - let us know! Further links: Kissydollsusadirect.com Brittany's second solo album What Now, was released in February 2024.  Watch the lyric video for 'Prove It To You'  Episode shout outs:  Interview by Greg Cochrane Editing by Stuart Stubbs Mix and mastered by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior Videos by Robbie HamiltonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/04/2439m 24s

Ep 123: Anton Corbijn

Legendary Dutch music photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn is the man who's made black and white photography his own since 1979, while shooting everyone from Joy Division to Depeche Mode to Bowie to The Rolling Stones. He became the visual creative director of Depeche Mode and U2 around the time he started directing some of the most iconic music videos of our time, from 'Enjoy The Silence' to Nirvana's 'Heart Shaped Box'.  In 2007, Anton directed the Ian Curtis biopic Control starring Sam Riley, followed by Hollywood studio picture The American, starring George Clooney, in 2010.  We talk about all of this and Corbijn's latest documentary Squaring The Circle in this week's podcast.  Give the show a follow on Instagram and TikTok at @midnightchatspod. This episode was recored in July 2023. Further links: One of Anton's icon Joy Division tube station photos Nirvana's 'Heart Shaped Box' Depeche Mode's 'Enjoy The Silence' Control trailer The American trailer Squaring The Triangle trailer Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs Mixing and Mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate Prior  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26/03/2439m 44s

Ep 122: IDLES' Joe Talbot

Over black coffee and biscuits at his kitchen table at home in Bristol IDLES' vocalist Joe Talbot speaks to Greg Cochrane.  In discussion: Joe's mental health, his band and the state of UK politics. Plus, talk of transformative parenthood, working with LCD Soundsystem and his new music plans with Jamie T and Willie J. Healey.   Recorded in December 2023 - find video clips of the chat on our socials, we're @Midnightchatspod.  Further links: Joe Talbot on episode 94 of Midnight Chats.  Read IDLES' cover feature interview with Loud And Quiet from 2018.  Listen to IDLES recently released album 'Tangk'. Episode shout outs:  Interview by Greg Cochrane.  Editing by Stuart Stubbs.  Mix and master by Flo Lines.  Artwork by Kate Prior.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19/03/2439m 27s

Ep 121: Weyes Blood

American musician Natalie Mering – aka Weyes Blood – talks to Stu on the first episode of our new series, about growing up in (and returning to LA), her early beginnings in various DIY noise scenes around the country, and the time she met Lou Reed on the Occupy Wall Street demo in 2011.  Recorded in November 2023. Further links: Our various Weyes Blood interviews for Loud And Quiet Our review of And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglo Natalie's cover for Titanic Rising Credits: Interview and editing by Stuart Stubbs Mixing and Mastering by Flo Lines Artwork by Kate PriorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
12/03/2439m 49s

New season! Midnight Chats is back

After a bit of a break, Midnight Chats from Loud And Quiet is back, with a huge series that starts 12 March 2024.  Here's a quick bit of info about what Stu and Greg have coming up over the next weeks and months, including new interviews with Weyes Blood, IDLES, Future Islands, Waxahatchee, Anton Corbijn and many more artists for your late-night listening pleasure.  For the first time, we also have some new social channels on Instagram and TikTok, where we'll be sharing some video clips from our interviews and much more. Find us @midnightchatspod. Give us a follow on Instagram and TikTok. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
05/03/243m 53s

Ep 120: Oliver Sim

Ahead of his debut solo album, Hideous Bastard, The xx's Oliver Sim talks to Stuart Stubbs about that record, the horror film he's made to go with it, and the secret of being in a band with friends you've known since you were 3 years old.   This episode is supported by Southbank Centre   Buy tickets for the Loraine James show on October 2 Buy tickets for Nick Cave and Sean O'Hagan on October 27   10% off tickets for our party at Village Underground on September 19, with Theon Cross, Lunch Money Life and Donna ThompsonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/09/2246m 58s

Ep 119: Squid's Ollie Judge

In a special edition of the podcast, Midnight Chats comes to you from a park wall Barcelona where Squid singer and drummer Ollie Judge and Stuart Stubbs talk about NFTs, dodgy merch, Primavera Sound, riders and more.   Read our Squid cover feature   Order our Squid issue   Order some L&Q fleece mittens (I think we have a few left)   Become a member of Loud And QuietSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/07/2247m 51s

Ep 118: AJ Tracey

West London rapper AJ Tracey talks to Stuart Stubbs about his beloved Tottenham Hotspurs, fine dining, gaming, Japanese art and hip hop, of course.   Takashi Murikami's An Arrow Through History exhibition   'Reasonable' video 'Thiago Silva' video with Dave video 'Ladbroke Grove' videoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/07/2257m 32s

Ep 117: Japanese Breakfast

Michelle Zauner aka Japanese Breakfast talk to Stuart Stubbs about her recent night out at the Grammys, her memoir Crying In H Mart (and how it's being made into a movie), recent album Jubilee and getting lost wherever she goes.   Try a 30-day Loud And Quiet trial   Read our Japanese Breakfast cover interview   Watch Michelle's video for 'Be Sweet'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/07/2246m 58s

Ep 116: Bernard Butler

Musician, producer, songwriter and former "wrongun'" Bernard Butler talks to Stuart Stubbs about his unorthodox music career that truly began when he walked out of a hugely successful band aged just 24 (Suede).   Topics covered include: what happened immediately after his first shock move of many, why he doesn't he care for nostalgia, and where he is now – releasing a new collaborative album with actor and singer Jessie Buckley.   McAlmont and Butler's 'Yes'   Listen to Laura Marling on Midnight Chats   Listen to Brett Anderson on Midnight ChatsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27/06/2245m 14s

Ep 115: Yard Act's James Smith

Leeds band Yard Act are having a hell of 2022, which begun with them slogging it out in a battle for number 1 with Meat Loaf and Years & Years. In this week's podcast, singer James Smith talks to Stuart Stubbs about the race to the top of the charts, what really happens at Fallon, and why the band signed a major record deal after a lifetime on indies.   Useful links: Yard Act performing 'The Overload' on Fallon 'Land of the Blind' videoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/06/2253m 34s

Ep 114: Aaron Dessner, The National + Big Red Machine

We interrupt this period of downtime for Midnight Chats to deliver a special one-off bonus episode with Aaron Dessner.   Some of us made banana bread during the 2020 Covid-19 quarantine... Aaron co-wrote and co-produced The GRAMMYs' Album of the Year folklore with Taylor Swift – a fruitful creative partnership that's continued into 2021.   This week (27 August 2021) Big Red Machine – his collaborative project with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon – will release their second album How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?    Greg Cochrane called up Aaron at his twin brother Bryce's home in France, to talk about his friendship with Vernon, the experience of working with Taylor Swift and The National's first post-pandemic meet up.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/08/2140m 34s

Ep 113: Amyl & The Sniffers' Amy Taylor

Amyl & The Sniffers have a new record of aggro punk coming called 'Comfort to Me'. On this week's podcast, band singer Amy Taylor talks to Stuart Stubbs from her home in Melbourne to discuss the record, rap, living with bugs and whether she'd go into space or not.   Useful links: Amy's feature on Sleaford Mods' track 'Nudge It' Our Loud And Quiet interview with Amy from 2019 The Cock Destroyers on twitter The Cock Destroyers on OnlyFans Amy rapping WAP on Spicks and SpecksSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/07/2145m 52s

Ep 112: Vince Staples

Fresh from releasing a new, self-titled album Vince Staples speaks to Greg Cochrane about his forthcoming Netflix show, getting into podcasts and his debut graphic novel Limbo Beach. Plus, his reflections on working with the visionary producer SOPHIE on his Big Fish Theory album and time spent travelling with world with Gorillaz.   Mentioned in the conversation:   The Vince Staples Show on YouTube (soon being made for Netflix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6KFcZp-Kso   Limbo Beach – Vince's debut graphic novel https://z2comics.com/products/vince-staples-limbo-beach-graphic-novel-merch   Vince's most watched movie Friday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0gPlm0JpcQ   Gorillaz featuring Vince Staples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBA0PUQCvIASee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/07/2133m 7s

Ep 111: Chvrches' Lauren Mayberry

Ahead of the release of their fourth album 'Screen Violence', Greg Cochrane dialled up Chvrches' singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lauren Mayberry in L.A. to talk about collaborating with the group's hero Robert Smith from The Cure, the Glasgow band's 10th anniversary and the toxic abuse she's subjected to by (mostly) men online.   Mentioned in the podcast: Chvrches feat. Robert Smith 'How Not To Drown' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U_LhzgwJ4USee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/07/2150m 33s

Ep 110: Billy Nomates

On the hottest day of the British summer so far, Tor Maries – aka Billy Nomates – in conversation from Invada HQ in Bristol, discussing how the pandemic robbed her of the full experience of releasing a debut album, Iggy Pop's love of her music and her equal love for Northern Soul and Simple Minds.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22/06/2135m 18s

Ep 109: Orlando Weeks

Since The Maccabees disbanded in 2016, the frontman has been extremely busy. In this week's episode of the podcast, Stuart asks Orlando Weeks about life after the band, his illustrated children's book, his 2020 debut album and what music he has coming down the pipe next.   Here's that old cover Stu ambushed Orlando withSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/06/2143m 34s

Ep 108: Soulwax

Soulwax brothers David and Stephen Dewaele talk to Stuart Stubbs about the unexpected, wild days of 2ManyDJs, their space age new studio and HQ in the centre of Ghent, their new TV show, Ibiza and more.   Some useful links: The DEEWEE Studio Part of the Weekend Never Dies DEEWEE TEEVEE Episode 1 2ManyDJs – As Heard on Radio Soulwax Pt 2   The all new Loud And Quiet Membership PlansSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/06/2157m 58s

Ep 107: Peaches

There's only one Peaches – musician, visual artist, theatre maker, electro clash pioneer and queer icon. Speaking from her home in Berlin, she talks to Stuart Stubbs about her lesser known folk beginnings, her refusal to quit a show however tough things get and her love for musicals.   Shut Up And Play The Piano trailer Mermaid Cafe on YouTube Pussy Mask video Fuck the Pain Away video We Don't Play Guitars by Chicks on SpeedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/05/2136m 20s

Ep 106: Lucy Dacus

On the eve of releasing her third album Home Video, Richmond, Virginia songwriter Lucy Dacus speaks to Greg Cochrane about her pandemic lockdown living in a house-share with seven new people, rewatching old TV shows like Desperate Housewives (good) and One Tree Hill (bad), plus whether they’ll be future new music from Boy Genius, the trio she’s part of with Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker.   Search your podcast player for past Midnight Chats episode with Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/05/2138m 30s

Ep 105: Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite

In February 2021, 25 years into their career, Scottish post-rock band Mogwai scored their first number 1 record with their 10th album, As The Love Continues. On this week's podcast, band leader Stuart Braithwaite recalls the start of the band in Glasgow in 1995, what actually happens when you get a number 1 record, why Lou Reed would have been nice to them, and the kick-back from their Blur Are Shite T-shirt that rumbles on to this day.   Useful links: John Lydon's entourage attack Kele Okereke Stuart's Getting To Know You Loud And Quiet interview   Music: Washer by Slint Jimi Hendrix's Star Spangled Banner Marquee Moon by Television Street Hassle by Lou ReedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/05/2148m 43s

Ep 104: St. Vincent

A brand new series of Midnight Chats begins in the company of St. Vincent. Fresh from a performance on Saturday Night Live Annie Clarke speaks to Greg Cochrane about the origins of her forthcoming album Daddy's Home, why Black Midi are always on her car stereo and what it's like collaborating with an actual Beatle – Sir Paul McCartney.   Links discussed in this episode:   St. Vincent's recent performance on SNL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-fsIX5fjlE   Prison Bag – the podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/prison-bag/id1510319335   St. Vincent's reversion of Paul McCartney's Women And Wives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rFo8k2feXM   Support Loud And Quiet by becoming a member https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27/04/2134m 58s

Ep 103: Romy, The xx

The xx's singer Romy Madley Croft speaks to Greg Cochrane about releasing her debut solo music – writing 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.   Romy's debut solo single 'Lifetime' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZRnk971u4M   Electricity by Silk City + Dua Lipa (co-written by Romy) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4-jOuHO-z4See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/12/2046m 38s

Ep 102: Perfume Genius

Mike Hadreas is finding ways to stay sane in 2020 – whether 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. Greg Cochrane dialed him up at home in L.A. with his dog Wanda to talk about the 10 years since Perfume Genius' debut album Learning, his favourite moments where his music has been used in movies and why the immersive theatre project he worked on in 2019 left him crying at passing cars. That, and some chat about his 2020 album Set My Heart On Fire Immediately.    Mentioned in the podcast...   Perfume Genius pairs Chihuahuas and songs on Twitter  https://twitter.com/perfumegenius/status/1327842938878001155?s=20   'Jason' performed in the Joshua Tree National Park https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N09-KMAGLeE   The Sun Still Burns Here performance trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqL9rz0AJz0See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25/11/2038m 45s

Ep 101: 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 2021. Talking with Stuart Stubbs, the West London poet also discusses her other loves – horror films, King Krule and Radiohead.   Knotted Gold short for Gucci Performing 'Fake Plastic Trees' with Phoebe Bridgers for Radio Arlo's Glastonbury performance in 2020   Become a member of Loud And QuietSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/11/2036m 51s

Ep 100: Jarvis Cocker

To celebrate Midnight Chats reaching 100 episodes, Stuart Stubbs spoke with Pulp singer/solo musician/broadcaster Jarvis Cocker about birthdays, rave days, and living with drug dealer days. Also, how Jarvis has navigated lockdown, his new album 'Beyond the Pale' and learning to be happy in your own company.   Read our cover feature with Jarvis from 2017 here House Music All Night Long   Become a Loud And Quiet MemberSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/11/2056m 43s

Ep 99: Biig Piig

Jess Smyth, aka Biig Piig, is missing the unplanned nights out that the COVID-era has stolen. She's staying mellow about it though, because that's what she does. The singer joins 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.    Links to things mentioned in the podcast:   How to support Midnight Chats https://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats   Biig Piig's first feature interview with Loud And Quiet, 2017 https://www.loudandquiet.com/interview/behind-biig-piigs-minimal-songwriting-is-an-ex-poker-dealer-embracing-a-messy-life/   A visit to Biig Piig at home in summer 2019 https://www.loudandquiet.com/interview/biig-piig-a-mellow-rappers-mellow-world/   Billie Eilish discusses her love of Biig Piig  https://variety.com/video/billie-eilish-favorite-songs-tour-accessories-halloween-costume/   Biig Piig – and the Nine8 Collective  https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/features/interviews/nine8-collective-on-the-riseSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
28/10/2036m 15s

Ep 98: Femi Koleoso from Ezra Collective

A podcast to spread some positivity right now, with guest and Ezra Collective band leader Femi Koleoso. Talking to Stuart Stubbs, Femi discusses learning drums from his hero Tony Allen, modelling for Stella McCartney, jazz and his incredible Champions League advert   Ezra Collective's shop Femi's Champions League advert The great Tony Allen   Become a Loud And Quiet memberSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/10/2055m 48s

Ep 97: Matt Berninger from The National

The National’s Matt Berninger loves his family – so much so his first solo album, Serpentine Prison, is dedicated to his dad. It’s produced by the legendary Booker T. Jones and the story goes back to his father’s record collection, and, more recently, a classic argumentative Christmas family get-together. Matt also speaks to Greg Cochrane about 2020 – how lockdown has messed with his sleep patterns and reignited his love for fishing – plus his plans for another Mistaken For Strangers movie with his brother Tom (a TV version also in the works) and how he was clueless about his bandmates Aaron and Bryce Dessners' collaborative work on Taylor Swift’s Folklore album until the night before it dropped.    Check out some of the things mentioned in the podcast:   Matt Berninger’s Social Distancing Distortion playlist  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1LAvJGUlBsGMZZAlmFNKOU   Trailer for Matt and Tom Berninger’s 2013 film Mistaken For Strangers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OeSAUNvpvY   The Bearz G. fishing channel on YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrMbbwu5fxut2IEJUo4ETxw   Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing - trailer on YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwyfsTrHh-ASee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/10/2047m 43s

Ep 96: Phoebe Bridgers

Speaking from her home LA – after a bungled attempt 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.   Jamie Bridgers' comedy show – https://www.uncabaret.com Stath Lets Flats – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTq0zQlNNNU Phoebe's iPhone advert – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFXwyi85gMA Phoebe's Twitter – https://twitter.com/phoebe_bridgers Einstein's Dirty Secret – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxYNK9I6UMI   Become a Member of Loud And QuietSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/10/2045m 39s

Ep 95: Tim Burgess

Despite everything he achieved with The Charlatans, as a solo musicians and as a flogger of his own coffee range, Tim Burgess has spent 2020 (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. Here he speaks to Stuart Stubbs about the party, his time in LA and autograph hunting grumpy rockstars.   Tim's Twitter Listening Party A Man Needs to Be Told Liam's Definitely Maybe album design Become a Loud And Quiet MemberSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29/09/2044m 48s

Ep 94: IDLES

High quality chat about Joe Wicks, Jamie Cullum and releasing your biggest album in the age of Coronavirus. Idles' Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen talk to Greg Cochrane about the challenging period that birthed 'Ultra Mono', working with Mike Skinner and "annoying the assholes" in this Series 10 opening episode.   Links to some things we mention in the conversation:   Joe's online music TV series, Balley TV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7BtLlNO30w   Bowen and Lee's online show, GENK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4blhPUS6aSQ   Joe's 2020 collaboration with The Streets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIZ7HXooV20See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22/09/2048m 55s

The future of Midnight Chats?

We need your help, if you can afford or want to.   Loud And Quiet's new annual subscription: https://loudandquiet.bigcartel.com/product/loud-and-quiet-year-s-subscriptionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
28/04/202m 51s

Ep 93: Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil

On stage: bare-chested rock titan. Off stage: gentle, conscientious human being. Simon Neil from Biffy Clyro in conversation with Greg Cochrane on Brit Awards day 2020 about the state of the world, purpose and hope in generation Z. Plus, some chatter about sleep deprivation, the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, Coldplay and Biffy's new music.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23/04/2048m 40s

Ep 92: James Acaster

Comedian, drummer, podcaster, ex-Spice Girls fan and 2016 music scholar James Acaster talks to Stuart Stubbs about why he became obsessed with that year of music and ended up buying 600 albums from it.   Useful links: Luna Dott Raids the Bee Pigeon Okilly Dokilly Caught by the River's album made with bee sounds eMMplekz Clipping's 'Splendor & Misery' 'Everything's Fine' by Jean Grae and Qualle ChrisSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16/04/2041m 4s

Ep 91: Ed O'Brien, Radiohead

It's taken Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien 30-odd years to release his debut solo album. He tells Greg Cochrane about how fear, confidence and expectation held him back until now. Recorded at the beginning of 2020 – 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. Plus, which Radiohead album he thinks is "shit" and why nothing beats 4am in Shrangri-La at Glastonbury Festival.   Enjoyed listening? You can support our show by making a one-off donation > https://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats   More details about Loud And Quiet magazine https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
09/04/2051m 20s

Ep 90: La Roux

A few weeks after La Roux spent "New Year's Eve" with Stormzy and a drunk Ainsley Harriott on Jools Holland's Hootenanny, Elly Jackson spoke to Greg Cochrane at her south London home. 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'.    La Roux on Jools Holland's Hootenanny 2019/2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2UbDeriOvA   Details about subscriptions to Loud And Quiet magazine https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
02/04/2048m 52s

Ep 89: 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.   Kim's Bernie Sanders video: https://twitter.com/KimletGordon/status/1234620661487697921   Kim in Gossip Girl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKeScyZ4muM   Kim on Marc Maron's WTF podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ZRECDjL9gSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27/03/2042m 52s

Ep 88: 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. 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.   Links to some of the things mentioned:   David Wallace-Wells' book The Uninhabitable Earth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Uninhabitable_Earth   Julie's Bicycle organisation https://juliesbicycle.com/music/   Details about subscriptions to Loud And Quiet magazine https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/03/2045m 8s

Ep 87: 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. For this episode of the podcast, during a recent stop-off in London, the Canadian songwriter spoke to Greg Cochrane about being two decades ahead of the curve writing protest songs about the climate crisis, the strange stuff people gift her while she's on stage (a CD demo?!) and her ambition to write a musical theatre production. Plus, some discussion about her anti-Valentines Day anthem 'Let's Be Friends', the enduring praise for her 2015 album 'Emotion' and watching festival crowds mosh to her songs.   Some links to things referenced in the conversation:   Carly Rae Jepsen live at Primavera Sound, Barcelona, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbYoOy2pzQc   Carly's appearance in Grease Live, the TV production https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oB2O87SNRU   More information:   Subscriptions to Loud And Quiet magazine https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/   Thank you to our supporters of this series of Midnight Chats, The Great Escape festival. Tickets are available now. https://greatescapefestival.com/buy-festival-tickets/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/03/2045m 27s

Ep 86: 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 check his hair. 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 listens to music the loudest out of anyone he's worked with.   The sleeve of The Slow Rush: https://driftrecords.com/products/tame-impala-the-slow-rush?_pos=1&_sid=0d15a84d3&_ss=r   More information:   Subscriptions to Loud And Quiet https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/   Thank you to our supporters of this series of Midnight Chats, The Great Escape festival. Tickets are available now. https://greatescapefestival.com/buy-festival-tickets/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/03/2031m 27s

Ep 85: Cate Le Bon

This mini episode was recorded live at End of the Road festival 2019, where the Welsh musician discussed the Mercury Prize and writing a record while living in isolation and learning to make furniture.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/12/1926m 0s

Ep 84: 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. Plus, some chat about the recent Joker movie, IDLES and an update on Savages.Enjoyed listening? You can support our show by making a one-off donation >https://supporter.acast.com/midnightchatsSome useful links to things discussed in the podcastEchoes: the music TV showhttp://diymag.com/2019/09/20/jehnny-beth-host-new-television-show-echoes-primal-scream-idles-lifeI'm The Man by Jehnny Beth, featured on the Peaky Blinders soundtrackhttps://www.thelineofbestfit.com/news/latest-news/savages-jehnny-beth-previews-solo-music-in-latest-episode-of-peaky-blindersThe trailer for XY Chelsea Manninghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBHkiNRIp9MAll the information about subscribing to Loud And Quiet magazinehttps://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/11/1935m 54s

Ep 83: George The Poet + Benbrick

Ahead of series two of their multi-award winning show Have You Heard George's Podcast? 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".   Have You Heard George's Podcast? on BBC Sounds  https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07915kd   We discussed 'Sanyu's World' episode 8 from Series One of Have You Heard George's Podcast? https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07mkb1j   Stormzy at Glastonbury festival, June 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxsjQ967kV8    Interested in subscribing to Loud And Quiet magazine? https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/11/1941m 12s

Ep 82: Adam Green

Ex-Moldy Peaches singer and solo artist Adam Green talk Stuart Stubbs through making a movie with papier-mâché props, begrudgingly acting, New York City and his 10th album, Engine of Paradise.   Adam's Aladdin movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-c2wtqAfQlQ   Adam's Wrong Ferarri movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liRE9UQIogA&t=2011s   A link to Adam's War In Paradise comic book: http://adamgreen.info   A young Pete Doherty queues to buy a copy of Be Here Now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Quba72Xli8o   Support Midnight Chats and Loud And Quiet here: https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/10/1942m 23s

Ep 81: Holly Herndon

Music and tech talk from outside the lifts on floor 3, with Holly Herndon and Stuart Stubbs in conversation.   Our Loud And Quiet cover feature with Holly: https://www.loudandquiet.com/interview/holly-herndon/   Holly's first tape release, Car: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiJBGlBFono&t=2319s   Support Midnight Chats here: https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17/10/1940m 27s

Ep 80: Haim

Este, Danielle and Alana Haim join Greg Cochrane to discuss playing with Beyoncé at Coachella and meeting their heroes The Spice Girls. They also revisit their love for mix CDs, nu metal and halloween. Plus, Danielle plays the original Summer Girl demo off her iPhone which was an unexpected surprise.   Here are some additional links to things discussed in the podcast:   Este's favourite – Korn 'Freak On A Leash' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRGrNDV2mKc   The Spice World bus... on Air Bnb https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/36329897   The trailer for Beyonce's Homecoming movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fB8qvx0HOlI   Haim... dressed as the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus https://consequenceofsound.net/2018/10/haim-hocus-pocus-halloween-watch/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/10/1945m 50s

Ep 79: 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 2020 reunion and new solo album 'Groove Denied'.   The weird video that we talk about, of Hulk Hogan playing the guitar and Obama and Ellen boomeranging, is right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJkDxjufop4   And Cate Blanchett lip syncing to Stephen's cover of Bob Dylan's 'Ballad of a Thin Man': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ha1eqHDu_w   Support Midnight Chats here: https://www.loudandquiet.com/subscribe/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
03/10/1933m 55s

Ep 78: 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.   Useful links to accompany this incredible piece of audio entertainment:   The Loud And Quiet 131 cover feature interview with Julia https://www.loudandquiet.com/interview/on-britains-strangest-stretch-of-coast-julia-jacklin-recounts-the-last-two-years-that-led-to-an-album-called-crushing/   Stella Donnelly's video for 'Tricks' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q0t_dDKjyI   The Phantastic Ferniture 'Fuckin 'n' Rollin' video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpam-XmVTPY   Another video of Julia running down a suburban street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z3IJT3Ke0YSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26/09/1945m 13s

Ep 77: Serge Pizzorno, Kasabian

The creative force behind Kasabian speaks to Greg Cochrane about the critics' perception of his band, whether they'd headline Glastonbury for a second time and his debut solo LP as The SLP. Plus some chat about slowthai and Thom Yorke (he loves them both).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19/09/1937m 31s

Ep 76: Kate Tempest

Award-winning poet, novelist and musician Kate Tempest talks to Greg Cochrane about recording at Rick Rubin's Shangri-La studio, meeting Jay-Z and her preparations to bring her new play Paradise to The National Theatre. Plus some chat about Beyoncé and Stormzy's set at Glastonbury.   Here are some useful links to what Greg and Kate mention in the episode...   George The Poet's podcast, Have You Heard George's Podcast? https://play.acast.com/s/georgethepoet   The background on Kate's play Paradise at The National Theatre https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/blog/national-theatre-2019-and-2020See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
12/09/1942m 12s

Ep 75: Karen O, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

For the first episode in series 8 of the podcast, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O talks Stuart Stubbs through her new album with Danger Mouse ('Lux Prima'), meeting Nick Cave, avoiding Lou Reed, and visiting George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch to mix her first audio art installation.   We've also got some new creepy theme music and have switched up our sound – basically, we've cut down on how much we bollox on at the beginning so you can get straight into the chat as soon as possible.   Here are some useful links to what Karen and Stu mention in this episode...   The Lux Prima exhibition – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNbrrS-J_7g   Karen O and Danger Mouse covering 'Perfect Day' – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN08oY_cDkM   'Perfect Day' BBC Children in Need charity single – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfddYDRIFGYSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
05/09/1944m 53s

Ep 74: Self Esteem

A live recorded conversation at The Great Escape 2019 with Rebecca Lucy Taylor – the pop "Henry VIII" who wants to write for Little Mix, duet with Rihanna or maybe give that up to sing with Peter Gabriel or Rod Stewart. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/06/1944m 55s

Ep 73: Georgia

London musician Georgia Barnes talks about clubbing at Berghain sober, becoming friends with the Flaming Lips, what it's like to go to the BRIT School and her natural gift for drumming. Enjoyed listening? You can support our show by making a one-off donation >https://supporter.acast.com/midnightchatsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
02/05/1945m 41s

Ep 72: Mark Ronson

Fresh from winning at The Oscars, Mark Ronson talks to Greg Cochrane about late night jam sessions with Lady Gaga, the intimidating success of 'Uptown Funk' and reveals the most important song he's ever written. That, and new solo album Late Night Feelings.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25/04/1938m 44s

Ep 71: Fat White Family

Brother Nathan and Lias from South London band Fat White Family talk about how they needed to move to Sheffield to make new album Serf's Up. With reference to hard drug use, and a story about human shit.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/04/1943m 43s

Ep 70: Rosie Lowe + Dave Okumu

Two guests on this week's podcast, Rosie Lowe and Dave Okumu speak to Greg Cochrane about 'YU' the album they've co-written, fatherhood and studying to be a psychotherapist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/04/1948m 48s

Ep 69: Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten discusses meeting David Lynch, trying stand up comedy, bad babysitters, being stalked by Michael Cera and, eventually, her new album, Remind Me Tomorrow.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/04/1957m 1s

Ep 68: Kojey Radical

London rapper, poet and visual artist travels a short distance to tell Greg Cochrane about interviewing Spike Lee, being considered a "political voice" a new global grime series that we're 100% gonna make with VICE (please).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29/03/1946m 48s

Ep 67: 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 paperback edition.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22/03/1958m 5s

Ep 66: 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 debut album Beware of the Dogs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/03/1947m 58s

Ep 65: Sleaford Mods

Sleaford Mods' Jason Williams talks to Stuart Stubbs about new album Eton Alive, trash movies and that time his band were introduced on the BBC by Lord Buckethead.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/03/1949m 35s

Ep 64: 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 in 2019, in this series-opening episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/03/1939m 13s

Look out! 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. It contains EXCLUSIVE information, so please don't tell anyone (please tell everyone you know).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25/02/192m 6s

Ep 63: Roisin Murphy

The Moloko singer and solo artist talks about falling into music, being signed by accident and why she doesn't feel like a success.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
30/11/1842m 12s

Ep 62: Fucked Up's Damian Abraham

In a London hotel room Damian Abraham warms up a Pot Noodle and talks to Greg Cochrane about his punk podcast, marijuana and how pro wrestling prepared Donald Trump for his presidency.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23/11/181h 2m

Ep 61: 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.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16/11/1829m 18s

Ep 60: Baxter Dury

British musician Baxter Dury invited Stuart Stubbs to his house to sit on his balcony on the River Thames and wang on about Face Off, childhood memories and music collaboration.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
09/11/1847m 23s

Ep 59: 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 album, his past relationship with drugs and the serious accident that broke his back in four places.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
02/11/1843m 51s

Ep 58: Cat Power

Chan Marshall aka Cat Power in late-night conversation, discussing New York in 1992, scary films, karaoke and how to speak in a British accent.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25/10/1844m 23s

Ep 57: 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 2018 to talk about his new country comedy album, Texas construction jobs and being a rock 'n' roll outsider.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/10/1835m 50s

Ep 56: Ray BLK

London singer Ray BLK came by our office to talk about university living, becoming friends with Stormzy, her previous life as a brand PR (she hated it) and being the first unsigned artist to win the BBC Sound Of poll.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11/10/1848m 16s

Ep 55: 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.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/10/1839m 56s

Ep 54: Anna Calvi

The south London musician marked her birthday by recording this stellar podcast - discussing store cards, mum/dad roadies, The Bad Seeds, The Mercury Prize and a genderless future with Greg Cochrane.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27/09/1838m 38s

Ep 53: Brett Anderson

Suede frontman Brett Anderson let Stuart Stubbs go round to his flat for a conversation about growing up, Jimothy Lacoste, his band's roll in Britpop and Suede's new record, 'The Blue Hour'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/09/1843m 35s

Ep 52: Chilly Gonzales

Canadian pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales in late-night conversation, discussing his world record, songwriting and comedy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/09/1848m 18s

Ep 51: Interpol

We're back - with more stories of musicians getting busted by the cops! Interpol's Daniel Kessler joins Greg Cochrane to talk about The Cure's Robert Smith, expensive New York dinners and the band's "urgent" sixth album 'Marauder'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/09/1846m 35s

Ep 50: Novelist

The 21-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. Plus how he's going to win a Mercury Prize.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
07/06/1841m 16s

Ep 49: Johnny Marr

As well as changing the face of music as the leader and guitarist of The Smiths, Johnny Marr has played with Talking Heads, Modest Mouse, The The, The Cribs, The Pet Shop Boys and many, many more. This is him talking to Stuart Stubbs about new solo album 'Call The Comet', working with no ego and swapping guitars with Noel Gallagher and Nile Rodgers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/05/1850m 58s

Ep 48: Gaz Coombes

Former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes walks and talks with Greg Cochrane at his home in rural Oxfordshire, discussing modern masculinity, Frank Ocean and his new LP 'World's Strongest Man'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/05/1849m 52s

Ep 47: Courtney Barnett

On the coldest day of the British winter Courtney Barnett spoke to Greg Cochrane about her needy cat Bubbles, cinema-going etiquette and the "evil cauliflowers" she likes with her Sunday roast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26/04/1844m 51s

Ep 46: alt-J

Gus Unger-Hamilton and Joe Newman of alt-J waffle on about famous people, big shows, Tim Peake, VR and other nonsense.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
12/04/1853m 7s

Ep 45: 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.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29/03/1834m 51s

Ep 44: Graham Coxon

The Blur guitarist talks to Stuart Stubbs about crashing cars in America, The Beatles, Ryan Gosling and soundtracking his first TV show, 'The End of The F**cking World'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16/03/1853m 9s

Ep 43: Shirley Manson

Gender inequality, Trump's America and social action - it's not all laughs though, Garbage's frontwoman also shows Greg Cochrane she can do a great Mark E. Smith impression.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23/02/1830m 8s

Ep 42: Fischerspooner

Almost a decade since Fischerspooner's last album, Casey Spooner tells Greg Cochrane about being disillusioned with the music biz, swapping New York for Paris and making a new LP with his first boyfriend, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16/02/1846m 16s

Ep 41: 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.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
09/02/1845m 40s

Ep 40: 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.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26/01/1840m 47s

Ep 39: Craig David

Craig David owned UK Garage and made living in rubbish towns fun in 1999 and 2000. Here he talks about the movement he started, trainers, moving to Miami, TS5 and his recent resurgence.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
12/01/1838m 45s

Best of 2017 special

Some highlights from a year in late-night conversation with the likes of Laura Marling, Mac DeMarco, Benjamin Clementine and Ryan Adams.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/12/1751m 6s

Ep 38: 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 members and why a dog is a useful friend in the studio.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/12/1744m 56s

Ep 37: Wesley Gonzalez

British musician and former Let's Wrestle singer Wesley talks about lads holidays, working in a record shop and interviewing at Sports Direct.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17/11/1756m 14s

Ep 36: Charlotte Gainsbourg

Charlotte Gainsbourg discusses her father, Serge Gainsbourg, making dark movies, recording with Beck and working with Paul McCartney.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
03/11/1744m 44s

Ep 35: Billy Corgan

The Smashing Pumpkins singer talks about old movies, David Bowie and recording with Rick Rubin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19/10/1741m 23s

Ep 34: Julien Baker

There's much more to Memphis than Graceland - the US songwriter is passionate about her city, politics and her punk-rock roots.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
05/10/1744m 47s

Ep 33: Nadine Shah

Like an episode of Piers Morgan's Life Stories but in some woods in Dorset - Nadine Shah talks to Greg Cochrane in front of some real people at End of the Road festival 2017.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21/09/1744m 56s

Ep 32: Benjamin Clementine

Two years on from winning the Mercury Prize - Benjamin Clementine tells Greg Cochrane why he has't spent the prize money yet. He shares his views the UK's 'poor' arts, and his 'alien' status.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
07/09/1744m 49s

Ep 31: Lucy Rose

In the middle of a crap year, Lucy Rose made a life-altering trip. The songwriter talks to Greg Cochrane about her journey to South America in 2016 where fans booked her shows and gave her a bed for the night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13/07/1744m 52s

Ep 30: Loyle Carner

South London rapper on his great loves: food, football and family. He speaks to Greg Cochrane about how he's helping young adults with ADHD through cooking.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29/06/1742m 22s

Ep 29: Angel Olsen

Recorded in Barcelona at Primavera Sound, Angel Olsen talks to Stuart Stubbs about roller skating, the things people shout at gigs and Barry Gibb.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15/06/1738m 41s

Ep 28: Toddla T

Sheffield producer, artist + broadcaster invites Greg Cochrane to his west London studio to chat Notting Hill Carnival, DJing at age 9 and where UK grime goes next.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
01/06/1744m 45s

Ep 27: Ghostpoet

Discussing immigration, the general election and swapping the big city for the seaside - the x2 Mercury Prize nominated songwriter in late-night conversation with Greg Cochrane.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/05/1740m 41s

Ep: 26 Slowdive

Rachel Goswell and Simon Scott of 90s shoegaze band Slowdive discuss their early days on Creation Records and releasing a new album after 22 years.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/05/1743m 58s

Ep 25: Mac DeMarco

Canadian musician Mac DeMarco discusses moving to LA, feeling old, pigs and his ridiculous life with Stuart Stubbs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/04/1744m 19s

Ep 24: Thundercat

Cats are better than dogs. Grand Theft Auto is the greatest video game ever made. Flying Lotus' movie 'Kuso' is VERY disturbing. Greg Cochrane discusses these, and other, stone cold facts with Los Angeles' modern-jazz hero Thundercat.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/04/1737m 1s

Ep 23: BANKS

Enigmatic Californian artist BANKS speaks to Greg Cochrane about her memories of London, the drawbacks of touring and why she'd never give her songs away.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/03/1731m 5s

Ep 22: Future Islands

Samuel T. Herring of Future Islands can sing, dance AND talk. Here he is discussing hip-hop, growing up in North Carolina and his hard-touring band.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/03/1745m 57s

Ep 21: Blanck Mass

Benjamin John Power – one half of Fuck Buttons and the whole of Blanck Mass – discusses skateboards, Michael Jackson and his dark new album 'World Eater.'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24/02/1740m 18s

Ep 20: Jesca Hoop

The Californian songwriter in late night conversation. She talks to Greg Cochrane about her home (Manchester, UK), her label Sub Pop, the things she misses about life before the internet and bird excrement.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
17/02/1741m 54s

Ep 19: Laura Marling

Laura Marling talks to Stuart Stubbs about collecting things from 1969, making cheese and living LA. There's also talk of music, considering Laura is about to release her 6th album in 9 years, at the age of 27See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10/02/1743m 40s

Ep 18: Ryan Adams

Jacksonville alt. country singer Ryan Adams in late-night, casual conversation with Stuart Stubbs at a big Hotel in the middle of London called The Langham. Expect topics ranging from Ryan's 16th album 'Prisoner' to cats.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
03/02/1741m 0s

Best of 2016 special

Highlights from Midnight Chats episodes from this year with Mike Skinner, Bat For Lashes, Jon Hopkins, Saul Williams, Matt Berry and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16/12/1652m 22s

Ep 17: Flying Lotus

Los Angeles musician turned film director talks about his move into films, the technical process behind making someone's head explode and why his grandmother is responsible for his dark sense of humour.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
02/12/1633m 43s

Ep 16: Mike Skinner

Formerly of The Streets, Mike Skinner discusses clubbing, The Inbetweeners, family and the Spitting Image puppet that just became the President of The United States.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/11/161h 7m

Ep 15: Swet Shop Boys

Riz Ahmed, Heems and Redinho in late-night conversation with Greg Cochrane. The US-UK collaboration talk about the group's multi-national, multi-cultural backgrounds, role models and battle raps.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/11/1644m 57s

Ep 14: Ashley Walters

So Solid Crew star and Top Boy actor discusses masculinity, parenthood and prison with Greg Cochrane. He also talks about mental health, the legacy of his band and the future of the Channel 4 TV series. His family came too..See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20/10/1644m 59s

Ep 13: Hamilton + Rostam

Former Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij and The Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser talk to Greg Cochrane about their collaborative project, their music being used on the latest iPhone commercial, Washington D.C, podcasts and Christmas trees.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
06/10/1644m 55s

Ep 12: Anna Meredith

A special episode of the podcast recorded in front of a live audience at End of The Road festival, with composer and electronic artist Anna Meredith.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22/09/1643m 0s

Ep 11: Matt Berry

Actor, writer, comedian and musician Matt Berry talks to Stuart Stubbs about dreams, the dark thoughts that occur after midnight and his new record 'Small Hours'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
08/09/1644m 30s

Ep 10: Jon Hopkins

Producer talks to Greg Cochrane about the 15th anniversary of his debut LP 'Opalescent', meditation, dodgy vodka, Brian Eno and the health of London's nightlife.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25/08/1644m 57s

Ep 09: Bat For Lashes

Natasha Khan joins Greg Cochrane to talk about her new album 'The Bride', the UK's exit from the EU and breakdancing. Plus, some daft chat about cheese and pineapple on sticks.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
07/07/1640m 17s

Ep 08: Metronomy

Joseph Mount discusses the Euros, Honda chatrooms and becoming a DJ and falling in love with 'the drop'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23/06/1644m 39s

Ep 07: Shock Machine (James Righton)

He was a member of Klaxons for 10 chaotic, hedonistic years - winning the Mercury Prize and performing with Rihanna. When that finished, he considered leaving music all together. Now, he's launched his debut solo project Shock Machine.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
09/06/1644m 58s

Ep 06: Kate Jackson

After the sudden and sad end of her band The Long Blondes (due to founding guitarist Dorian Cox suffering a stroke), Kate Jackson moved to Rome and became an architectural painter. Now she's back in her hometown of Bury St Edmunds, making music again and about to release a debut solo album she made with Bernard Butler.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
28/04/1640m 56s

Ep 05: Gold Panda

Ahead of his third album, 'Good Luck And Do Your Best', Essex-born musician Gold Panda discusses how Japan continues to inspire his music, how he doesn't miss his former homes in Chelmsford and Berlin, and how he's finally learned that electronic doesn't need to be dark and difficult in order to be clever or any good.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
14/04/1645m 46s

Ep 4: Cat's Eyes

When Italian-Canadian soprano, composer and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Zeffira and Horrors frontman Faris Badwan come together, they made beautiful, dark music as Cat's Eyes. Here, they discuss winning a European film award, Paul McCartney, phobias and how they tricked the Catholic Church into allowing them to perform their very first show at The Vatican.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18/03/1644m 55s

Ep 03: Saul Williams

The New York rapper, actor, poet, author, and activist joins Loud And Quiet's Greg Cochrane for a late night conversation. In it Williams discusses the current state of hip hop, people power, David Bowie, literature and how he celebrates his leap year birthday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
04/03/1642m 10s

Ep 02: Poliça's Channy Leaneagh

Poliça's lyricist and front-woman Channy Leaneagh joins Loud And Quiet Editor Stuart Stubbs for a late-night conversation about her band's new album, 'United Crushers', and how making political videos with Sesame Street puppets can bring down police brutality, Donald Trump and Kanye West.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19/02/1643m 22s

Ep 01: The Invisible's Dave Okumu

The most honest, interesting, revealing conversations happen late at night. Presented by Loud And Quiet's Greg Cochrane, the first episode meets The Invisible's Dave Okumu. In it, he talked about his collaborative work with Grace Jones, David Lynch and Jessie Ware, as well as his time spent in Amy Winehouse's band and his involvement with Adele's '25'. Dave also told the gruelling story of his electrocution on stage in Nigeria in 2012, and incident which almost took his life.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
05/02/1639m 35s
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