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Welcome to How Music Charts, a music business podcast by Chartmetric. Join the music industry's brightest minds as they bridge data, culture, and creativity in real time. Looking for more? Sign up for a free account at chartmetric.com, subscribe to Beats & Bytes at blog.chartmetric.com, and reach out on our socials.
 
What makes a song a smash? Talent? Luck? Timing? All that—and more. Chris Molanphy, pop-chart analyst and author of Slate’s “Why Is This Song No. 1?” series, tells tales from a half-century of chart history. Through storytelling, trivia and song snippets, Chris dissects how that song you love—or hate—dominated the airwaves, made its way to the top of the charts and shaped your memories forever.
 
The Goethe-Institut and Zündfunk, Bavarian Radio’s scene magazine, showcase the latest music by riveting off-the-charts bands. Pop made in Germany. Rock, pop, hip hop, electro: at the beginning of every month we shine our search beacon into the nation’s studios and clubs from Kiel up north to Weilheim way down south. https://www.goethe.de/popcast
 
Join Tony Stuart and Aaron Badgley as they hop in the 'way-back music machine' for a road trip along the rock and roll highway. Each week they'll stop at important events in music history, and discuss Billboard's charts for that time period as well. Every show ends with a return to the present and a look at what the kids are listening to today. Plus, we'll post a Spotify playlist that goes with each episode!
 
Building on the work of many others, this series of podcasts charts the development of Australian Music. The Chart series commences at 1957 with the introduction of Top 40 charts. Other series will focus on Singers and Groups. Whilst 1957 is the starting-point, we will also be moving back in time to chart the rich history of Australian Music in many forms, before the beginning of the Top 40 era. The general principle in the development of these podcasts is 'let the music do the talking'. Thu ...
 
This Is Modern Rock is a podcast about Alternative Rock Music of the 80's & 90's. Each episode takes a look at one month on the Billboard Modern Rock charts, beginning with September 1988. This Is Modern Rock is currently in Season 5 (1992). Hosted by Will Westercauw - thisismodernrock@gmail.com
 
Music Rascals is all about Bass House & Nu Skool Breakbeats. Futurism within the dance. KEEP UP-TO-DATE WITH US! Beatport: https://goo.gl/iaGXfJ Traxsouce: https://goo.gl/hsdJSw Trackitdown : https://goo.gl/B6GKO8 Juno Download :https://goo.gl/nwKobE Instagram : https://goo.gl/g93mT5 Facebook : https://goo.gl/1iGYgV Twitter : https://goo.gl/UcMY9g Youtube: https://goo.gl/i4NZi1 #Beatport #traxsource #Itunes #raw #BassHouse #futurehouse #realhousemusic #weekendweapons #housemusic #Techno #Tec ...
 
Muzik 4 machines is a live electronic music project from Quebec, Canada. Performing live with hardware synthesizers, using no pre-recorded sound or backing tracks, he creates a plethora of sounds ranging from electro to drum and bass, always with the same minimalist modus operandi; Distorted analog and punchy sampled drums, a few monophonic synths a couple of samplers, lots of effects and constant sonic mangling and tweaking. It all began in 1991 with a Portastudio, a guitar and a TR-707 dru ...
 
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A Surfin' end to 1963 as Australian artists ride the Surf Music boom. Little Pattie's much celebrated double-sided debut 45 highlights the last few weeks of 1963. There's Surf Music from around Australia with chart hits not only coming from Sydney but also from Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane bands. The Atlantics hit with The Crusher, the followup…
 
This week we talked about Billboard charts, resent singles, music news, upcoming albums, new albums by Tiesto, Smile Empty Soul, Ice Nine Kills, and more. Thanks for listening, sorry the audio quality, and have a great week! Promo Link https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1790266 Support the show (https://paypal.me/MusicShackPodcast?locale.x=en_…
 
A family-friendly Halloween classic for the ages. Before the MCU, Universal studios was pairing its most popular comedy team with its' lineup of classic monsters. Dracula and Frankenstein do battle against Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, with some help from Lon Chaney Jr's Wolf Man. Links Instagram Facebook…
 
“Punk happened, past tense.” That’s what Boomer-era critics and true-believer punks told the younger generations. Punk’s whole reason for being was rejecting the mainstream. But punk wasn’t just a movement—it was also a genre. And 20 years after it first emerged, punk went from underground to overground, dominating the radio for the first time. In …
 
So much Australian content for the last quarter of 1963 that I've split it into two parts. Part A will take us through to mid-November, as the 'Summer of Surf' cranks up. The Delltones, The Denvermen, The Joy Boys & Johnny Devlin provide the surfin' action. Some old favourites chime in with new music, including Jimmy Little and his best-remembered …
 
Special guest Andrew Cremeans joins us to unpack our top 3 horror icons. No limits on this one, but was there any overlap? Joins us to find out, and also check our Andy's are on IG and his website. Links Instagram Facebook Andrew Cremeans on Instagram Andrew Cremeans websiteDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
Alison Dennis (Dr. Something) joins Will to talk about the importance of mass transit, sexy ghosts, and of course, the Modern Rock songs of March 1992. Lightning Seeds - "Life of Reilly"Concrete Blonde - "Ghost of a Texas Ladies Man"Teenage Fanclub - "The Concept"They Might Be Giants - "The Statue Got Me High"Dr. Something: https://drsomething.com/…
 
We can't believe it but we are on our 27th road trip. This week, we have the addition of a record player in the car as we drive. Tony got a used one, and with a stack of wax, we are ready for our drive, just like in 1956 when Chrysler unleashed their built in record players in some of their models of cars. How did it work? Well, listen and we will …
 
This week Roger looks back at the height of the disco era, when NBC decided to pre-empt SNL for a special shot in a soundstage turned into a club. There's a dance contest, a fashion show, magic, a trapeze artist, and the Village People. Plus we take a detour to Studio 54, which apparently used to be the home of What's My Line. And oh, the 1978 comm…
 
A fill-in of sorts for this week's episode; the first in the Australian EPs series. This episode features two very early Australian EPs; Johnny O'Keefe & The Dee Jays with Whole Lotta' Shakin', their first EP, 1957, and The Crescents with their first EP, Rock Time, 1960. The two EPs are connected through Johnny O'Keefe because in his alias as "John…
 
Kicking off our Spooktoberfest edition of 33/24's Quick Hit, we're talking about the perennial Halloween classic "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett and the Crypt Kickers. While we're at it, we'll also take a look at Boris Karloff's iconic role as Frankenstein's Monster. Links Instagram FacebookDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
Episode 26 of The Way-Back Music Machine! We are into our second quarter and loving every minute, every trip of it. Two good friends visiting moments in the history of all sorts of music. First up this week, we visit Kalamazoo, Michigan and see the birth of instrument used in rock, country, pop and most forms of music. But mostly rock. Where would …
 
The Old Man goes back 40 years to look at the of an early 80s autumn. There's rock from multiple countries, an ode to international female industry, old school gangster music, heartbreak, suicide, and the most retrospectively embarrassing song we've come across so far. See it all on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLXjsOJPQn8vNfKZ2BCT…
 
Recording-wise, this is a relatively short episode because Yvonne Barrett was woefully under-recorded for an artist of her talent. Most would be aware of the circumstances of her tragic passing; murdered in a Birchgrove, Sydney apartment in 1985. In some ways, this is a story of a child-star moving into an adult world; Yvonne's stage career started…
 
Dylan goes country! We talk about Dylan's foray into country music, and this short but sweet album is one of his greats. Dylan's tenure as a Wilbury, and Dean and Erik's odd concert experience with Dylan in 2017 are also covered as well. Links Instagram FacebookDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
Dusty Reske and Ellen Osborn (Rocketship) join Will to talk about even more songs of February 1992. Brace yourself - Strong opinions are shared ;)Matthew Sweet - "Girlfriend"The KLF - "Justified and Ancient"The Wonder Stuff - "Welcome to the Cheap Seats"My Bloody Valentine - "Only Shallow"Season 5 Spotify Playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/0qoJndh…
 
Did The Beatles almost regroup to collect the cash offered on Saturday Night Live? Also, we talk about the famous urban legend surrounding the classic film The Wizard of Oz, and whether an actor's death was captured on film. Links Instagram FacebookDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
There have always been myths and stories in music. Robert Johnson selling his soul, "Gloomy Sunday", but by the time rock and roll hit, the stories and conspiracies continued. Did Jim Morrison really die? Is Elvis alive and well, living in Tweed? Did Jimmy Page sell his soul to the devil? Did Courtney Love kill Kurt Cobain? Did the Monkees really p…
 
This week Roger goes back to a time when stoners ruled the box office, hippies played the Pyramids, and everyone else was getting down and boogie oogie oogie-ing. The charts of the time included songs about suspicions of infidelity, mutant animal revolution, getting robbed on vacation, and getting dumped in favor of a moron. And it helped to either…
 
In Part 2 of our 50th episode of Hit Parade, we go back 50 years, celebrating the semicentennial of the year when, critics claim, “music changed everything.” The Quiet Beatle became the Favorite Beatle, when Mick Jagger sang lyrics even he regrets, when Carole King graduated from songwriter to singer-songwriter, and commercial juggernaut, when blax…
 
The Winter/Early Spring of 1963 is dominated by one sound; Bombora! The Atlantics' mega-hit dominates this quarter and indeed the rest of the year, it lasted a massive 26 weeks in the charts. Sadly as I publish this episode, I relate the sad news of the passing of Atlantics' drummer, Peter Hood on 22 September 2021. When you listen to Bombora, you …
 
We are catching up with Lindsey Buckingham's newest solo album after a few years of adversity,, including being fired from Fleetwood Mac, and open heart surgery. We talk about his previous solo work, then get into his latest release. Links Instagram FacebookDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
Join us as we find out why Gene Simmons from Kiss tore up the contract of a promising new band he was interested in promoting-also, 2 Actors make Oscar history by winning awards for portraying the same character. Links Instagram FacebookDoor Dean Leggiero and Erik Kuber
 
This week it's the Round of 8 in the search for the most atypical US pop hit of the 80s. War battles horniness, traditional gender roles take on vocal gymnastics, serial drama faces serial comedy, and video games meet horse racing. Which songs will remain? Get more on the songs and their subjects on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLX…
 
Heading to the winter of '63, we'll hear some moments of historical significance and some moments of oddness! The first chart success for The Bee Gees, The Battle of The Blue and The Grey, and Barry Gibb's first chart success as a composer for another artist, Col Joye's Starlight of Love, provide the historically significant moments. Darryl Stewart…
 
Did you ever wonder where and when Little Richard screamed out the immortal "a-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-lop-bam-boom", well wonder no more. We have the answer on this week's episode of The Way-Back Music Machine. The story is interesting as is Little Richard. From there, we visit The Joshua Tree, long before U2. It is the sad and strange story of the de…
 
Will and Orly discuss four songs that charted on the Modern Rock charts in February 1992.Talking Heads - "Sax & Violins"Lou Reed - "What's Good"Sugarcubes - "Hit"Social Distortion - "Bad Luck"Season 5 Spotify Playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/0qoJndh…34f44538eb104126Door This Is Modern Rock Podcast
 
Roger returns to the discount rack to talk about an album he paid actual Canadian cents for nearly 30 years ago. It's the only album by a group led by a guy who was integral in a pop superstar's success who now wanted to do quirky rock songs about subjects like a surrealist artist and an Eastern European writer. And one that may have predicted a ke…
 
At any given time, the music world is celebrating some anniversary, but 1971 has received more than its share of commemorations this year. And with good reason: Carole King. Marvin Gaye. Joni Mitchell. Sly Stone. Janis Joplin. The Who. All released their best work a half-century ago. For our 50th episode of Hit Parade, we go back 50 years, celebrat…
 
Onto 1963 and the first quarter, with the biggest hit going to The Delltones, now with lead singer Col Loughnan; Come a Little Bit Closer. The Denvermen kick things off with the soothing surf sound of Surfside, a summer before the main surf era in Australia, the summer of 1963/4. A solo debut for Colin Cook hits in January; It's Up To You. And plen…
 
Even iconic bands start somewhere, and in this case we talk about how one band started out as The New Yardbirds, but that name went away and the band chose the name we know them by today. And while bands begin, sadly other artists have to say goodbye. After talking about the birth of a band, we talk about the death of a guitar hero. Finally, what w…
 
This week Roger goes back to when the kids were going back to school 29 years ago. There would be no cartoons for them on NBC that year, but on the radio, there were songs for and against drugs, a portrait of a false prophet, rambunctious rap, a giddy goth, some bad boy do-gooders, and a band managed by a dog. Allegedly. Follow along on YouTube: ht…
 
The last quarter of 1962 is full of Australian artist chart successes. Yet again, Frank Ifield scores the highest position with Lovesick Blues reaching No.2. Johnny O'Keefe chimes in with a couple of entries including a double-sided hit written by New York songwriter Alice Evelyn. Some very strong instrumentals appear, including The Chessmen (witho…
 
It's a different type of road trip this week. We park the way-back machine, and have a heartfelt chat about Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones and his impact on popular music. We also discuss a few events that happened this week involving Charlie and The Stones. We'll be back on the road next week, but in the meantime, enjoy the chat! Would you li…
 
Will Westercauw and his guest host John Easedale (Dramarama) discuss four songs that charted on the Modern Rock charts in January 1992. Ocean Blue - "Ballerina Out of Control"Enya - "Caribbean Blue"Dramarama - "Haven't Got A Clue"Lloyd Cole - "Tell Your Sister"Season 5 Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0qoJndh54yyb7fm9sLzL0A?si=34…
 
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