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In episode #55 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with DMA’S guitarist Johnny Took to talk about their UK and Ireland tour, songwriting and their recent surprise EP ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going To Miss You’. This will see DMA’S embark upon the biggest UK tour from an international artist since COVID hit. The band ha…
 
In episode #54 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with music legend Shaun Ryder to talk about his new solo album Visits From Future Technology, Celebrity Gogglebox, Happy Mondays, Black Grape and loads more. Who would have that in 2021 that Shaun Ryder would have become a National Treasure, one of the greatest living Englishmen a…
 
In episode #53 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with She Drew The Gun, songwriter Louisa Roach. Louisa talks about her third album 'Behave Myself' the follow-up to the critically acclaimed 'Revolution Of Mind', which was named among BBC 6 Music's Albums Of The Year. Under the moniker She Drew The Gun, songwriter Louisa Roach be…
 
In episode #52 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Pete Wiggs from London trio Saint Etienne. Pete talks about Saint Etienne's 10th studio release, 'I’ve Been Trying To Tell You' - an album about optimism, youth and the late nineties. It is accompanied by a sumptuous film by the same name directed by acclaimed photographer Al…
 
In episode #51 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Megan and Rebecca from Grammy-nominated roots-rock duo Larkin Poe. Megan and Rebecca talk about the new album ‘Paint The Roses: Live In Concert’, their collaboration with innovative hybrid orchestra Nu Deco Ensemble, released on September 17th.…
 
In episode #50 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Chloe and James of Wings Of Desire to talk about their fantastic new EP Amun-Ra. Amun-Ra moves on from the observant nature of debut EP End Of An Age and into a more inwardly focused journey of self-discovery. It is named after the ancient Egyptian deity, the transcendental c…
 
In episode #49 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Lee Campbell catches up with Mark Lanegan to discuss Dark Mark vs Skeleton Joe, his collaborative project with The Icarus Line frontman, Joe Cardamone, his recent autobiography, moving to Ireland and much more. A project born from mutual respect, Dark Mark vs Skeleton Joe mines electronic music and unea…
 
In episode #48 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with music legend Tito Jackson to discuss his debut Blues album, Under Your Spell, The Jackson 5, his brother Michael Jackson and much more. The California-based Jackson is supported on the album by many special guests, including George Benson, Joe Bonamassa, Marlon Jackson, Eddie…
 
In episode #47 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Argentine-born actor, writer, and director Ben Cura who is known for his work on various film, TV, and stage productions, including Netflix’s ‘Marcella’, ‘15 Minutes of War’, ‘Gatecrash’ and his award-winning directorial debut ‘Creditors’. Ben has just released his debut E.P.…
 
In episode #45 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with The Bluetones' Mark Morriss to discuss the 25th anniversary of The Bluetones’ debut album Expecting To Fly. Hailing from Heston in West London, The Bluetones (Scott Morriss – bass, Eds Chesters – drums, Adam Devlin – guitars, and Mark Morriss – vocals) arrived on the scene in…
 
In episode #45 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Northern Irish artist Conchúr White to talk about his stunning new EP 'Dreamers'. Hailing from County Armagh in Northern Ireland, Conchúr White achieved notable success in Ireland with his previous band Silences, who split in 2019. Upon parting ways, Conchúr felt an outpourin…
 
In episode #44 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Lee Campbell catches up with LoneLady to talk about her third album, Former Things. Former Things was written, performed and recorded entirely by LoneLady. Whereas previous albums at least allowed the appearance of another human, the soundworld of Former Things was entirely crafted by LoneLady during he…
 
In episode #43 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with AJ Dean-Revington, Tara Wilcox and Chess Whiffin of The Wandering Hearts about their new album and upcoming tour. After shooting to the forefront of the UK folk/Americana scene with their debut album ‘Wild Silence’, The Wandering Hearts headed to the genre’s spiritual home of…
 
In episode #42 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with James multi-instrumentalist Saul Davies to talk about their 16th studio album 'All The Colours of You'. Since the release of Sit Down, their breakthrough single in 1991, James has released 15 studio albums, selling over 25 million copies in the process, and performed at count…
 
In episode #41 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with The Killers’ founding member and guitarist Dave Keuning to talk about his second solo album, A Mild Case of Everything, the origin of The Killers and much more. The 16-track album - a mix of dynamic guitar riffs, 80s synth-pop and melodic alt-rock - was written throughout 202…
 
On episode #40 of The XS Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with the iconic Gary Numan, who is set to release his brand new album ‘Intruder’ on May 21st. ‘Intruder’ is Numan’s 18th solo studio album and follows 2017’s ‘Savage: Songs From A Broken World’, which became his highest-charting set in almost forty years when it debuted at #2 on t…
 
On episode #39 of The Xs Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Alice Merton. Born in Frankfurt and raised in the USA, England and Canada, Alice achieved so much in the first chapter of her career: her breakthrough track ‘No Roots’ topped the Billboard rock chart, exceeded 400 million streams and shot to the Top 10 all across Europe. Alic…
 
On episode #38 of The Xs Noize Music Podcast, Mark Millar sits down with New Order guitarist Phil Cunningham to talk about their new Bluray, CD release 'Education, Entertainment, Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace), his musical influences and Sea-Fever and more. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more.…
 
On episode #37 of The XS Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar sits down with Mark Emmerson of The Lucid Dream to discuss the bands' fifth album - The Deep End. Check out www.xsnoize.com for daily music news, interviews, live dates and more. Like and subscribe to Xs Noize on YouTube here! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgOqG6Q9_J3D9cRIBb9kZ8g Xs Noize …
 
Lea Porcelain’s debut Hymns To The Night was written and recorded over a two year period in Berlin’s FUNKHAUS, a broadcasting house created under Soviet supervision that now houses the world’s biggest recording studio. The spectrum of the album is extremely wide. Hymns To The Night bends genres, yet every song works together, playing with very diff…
 
Welcome to episode #34 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined by Hightown Pirates frontman Simon Mason to talk about their debut album, Dry and High, will be released June 16th on Strike-Back records. Simon Mason is best known for his critically acclaimed book Too High Too Far Too Soon, where he recounts his numerous deca…
 
Welcome to episode #33 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined by Curse of Lono Founder and frontman Felix Bechtolsheimer. To talk about their acclaimed debut album ‘Severed’ which was released on Submarine Cat Records on April 7th. Founded and fronted by Felix Bechtolsheimer, formerly the singer-guitarist in British roots…
 
Welcome to episode #33 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. This episode Mark Millar is joined Kyle Falconer from Scottish indie four piece The View who are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’. Get in touch: podcast@xsnoize.com
 
The Dears released their sixth studio album, Times Infinity Volume One, on February 3, 2017 through Dangerbird Records. Times Infinity Volume One is the first instalment of a two-album body of work, composed by the band over a two-year period, later recorded at sessions between Toronto’s Revolution Recording and Montréal’s Thee Mighty Hotel2Tango. …
 
Welcome to episode #30 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan, from Ten Fé. Ben and Leo, released their debut album Hit The Light on February 3, 2017. The 11 track LP from the London-based duo follows the release of their acclaimed singles, ‘Make Me Better,’ ‘In The Air,’ ‘Elodie’ and…
 
Welcome to episode #29 of the XS Noize Music Podcast. On This weeks show Cortney Armitage is joined by Peter Hayes from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. “Peter Hayes came into the dressing room at Terminal 5. There we were at back stage before “The last rock ‘n’ roll show before the end of the world”. It was election night and while the elephant in the…
 
Paul Draper was the front-man, main songwriter and producer of Mansun - one of the most iconic bands of the ’90s. The band’s debut album Attack of the Grey Lantern entered the UK chart at No 1. The band split in 2003 while recording their fourth LP (partially released on 2004’s Kleptomania). Paul went on to work with other bands and artists in a pr…
 
22 year old singer/songwriter Willow Robinson was born in Los Angeles and grew up between the Welsh Borders and London where he is now based. With influences ranging from Mick Jagger to Otis Redding, his guitar driven, soulful, rock n roll meets folk songs are full of raw emotion. After signing to record label Clark & McGee Ltd in 2015 and playing …
 
Erasure need no introduction they are responsible for writing some of the biggest pop songs and albums from when they formed in the 80s right up until the present day. This year Erasure are celebrating 30 years together by releasing the ‘From Moscow to Mars’ box set. Mark Millar had a chat with Andy Bell to look back over their career and to find o…
 
Cast first appeared on the scene in the mid 90s during the Britpop era with a string of top ten singles and the classic ‘All Change’ album. It became the highest selling debut album in the history of the Polydor label. Cast released 3 more albums before going their separate ways just after the release of their experimental album ‘Beetroot’. They re…
 
The Winachi Tribe are sonic soul collective who adhere to no boundaries or formulas, either musically or culturally. Lyrically explosive, musically diverse, the Electro Funk hybrid are an exceptional band of musicians and producers who have collaborated and toured with artists as diverse as Ian Brown to Danny Saber. ‘A Room With A Zoo’ is the new s…
 
Welcome to episode #23 of the XS Noize Music Podcast with Mark Millar. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Ben Knox Miller of The Low Anthem. EYELAND marks the Low Anthem’s fourth full-length recording and first new music since 2011’s SMART FLESH. An unprecedented collection of multi-dimensional future folk crafted with true vision and emot…
 
Welcome to episode #22 of the XS Noize Music Podcast with Mark Millar. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Super Furry Animals Guitarist Huw ‘Bunf’ Bunford to talk about the reissue of the bands debut album ‘Fuzzy Logic’, the new best of and the forthcoming live shows. Super Furry Animals take to the towns and cities of England, Scotland, I…
 
Welcome to episode #21 of the XS Noise Music Podcast with Mark Millar. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Kula Shaker front-man Crispian Mills to talk about the 20th anniversary reissue of their debut album "K" and the forthcoming live shows. Following the release of their latest album K 2.0 earlier this year, Kula Shaker have announced a …
 
Anton Newcombe has been a very busy man these past 2 years, kicking off with the critically acclaimed Brian Jonestown Massacre album ‘Revelation’ in May 2014. After a successful UK and European tour, the BJM followed this up with the ‘+-‘ EP and 2015 saw the release of ‘Musique de film In June, Anton and Tess Parks embarked on a well received tour …
 
On this weeks XS Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar chats with singer songwriter David Gray about his early career and his forthcoming Greatest Hits collection and first live shows in 2 years. David Gray has announced his first UK dates in two years with a set of acoustic solo shows in support of his forthcoming Greatest Hits collection. Entitled ‘An …
 
Alan McGee is best known for co-founding and running the independent Creation Records label from 1983 to 1999. He has managed and championed successful acts such as The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine, and Oasis, This year Alan launched Musicians Against Homelessness with Emma Rule to help raise money for homeless charity C…
 
On this weeks XS Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar talks to Wayne Hussey from The Mission. The Mission release their new album, “Another Fall From Grace” on 30th September 2016. Another Fall From Grace was produced by Wayne Hussey and Tim Palmer and features guest backing vocals from Gary Numan, Martin Gore (Depeche Mode), Ville Valo (HIM), Julianne …
 
On this weeks XS Noize Music Podcast Mark Millar talks to music legend Shaun Ryder and Producer Danny Saber to discuss 21 years of Black Grape’s debut album ‘It’s Great When You’re Straight… Yeah’ and loads more. Black Grape was founded in 1993 by legendary Happy Mondays Shaun Ryder and Bez, who recruited former Rap Assasin Paul ‘Kermit’ Leveridge,…
 
On this weeks XS Noize Music Podcast Merchandise's Carson Cox chats to Mark Millar about the bands new album 'A Corpse Wired For Sound'. Tampa art punks Merchandise will return with their 5th album A Corpse Wired For Sound. on September 23rd. Formed nearly a decade ago, galvanized by Tampa hardcore and noise, A Corpse Wired For Sound signals a new …
 
On this weeks XS Noize Music Podcast Larry Love from The Alabama 3 talks to Mark Millar about the bands new album ‘Blues’ and 20 year anniversary. Alabama 3 are set to release brand new album on the Hostage Music label on the 28th of October 2016. ‘Blues’, is their thirteenth long player and was recorded and co-produced with Wizard (Chemical Brothe…
 
Since then her music has alternated with film roles (Pulp Fiction, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Sherlock Holmes) plus theatre work (War Horse, The Street Of Crocodiles) and TV drama (Pramface, The Street, You Me And the Apocalypse). However she maintains a special place for singing, writing and performing music. Bronagh has recently rel…
 
A little while ago, not many people outside of a small Scottish town had heard of singer songwriter Michael Forsyth. That changed when his second album ‘Stop For the World’ reached number one in the UK iTunes Singer Songwriter chart and began climbing the charts in America, Lithuania and Nepal with similar success, all through word of mouth. For Mi…
 
Dodgy were originally together for seven years and in that time, released three albums totalling over a million sales worldwide and had 12 Top 40 singles, including Staying Out For The Summer, If You're Thinking Of Me and Good Enough. On 2nd September 2016 Dodgy are to release their new album ‘What Are We Fighting For’ on Cherry Red Records. ‘What …
 
With over 540k Spotify streams and 190k plays worldwide, experimental-pop trio Beaty Heart are back with their follow up to 2014’s Mixed Blessings, ‘Till The Tomb’, released July 29th . After an extensive tour through 2015 with friends Jungle and working on this album with David Wrench (FKA Twigs, Caribou) Beaty Heart have returned with a new take …
 
Tom Hingley is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the frontman of Inspiral Carpets. After six successful years, Inspiral Carpets split in 1995 and Hingley started performing as a solo artist. Hingley joined a reformed Inspiral Carpets for two sell-out UK tours and again in 2006/2007. Tom Hingley's memoir Carpet Burns, My lif…
 
Simon Wolstencroft is among the many near-mythical figures of the Manchester music scene. Si parted ways before The Patrol became the Stone Roses and he turned down The Smiths. Right place, right time, wrong choices? Timing is everything. Spending an unlikely 11 years in The Fall and hooking up with old mate Ian Brown during his solo days, his memo…
 
Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles formed in the North Wales and Chester, UK area in autumn of 2015. The band’s first 6 months together have been incredibly busy and productive: a debut EP and over 30 gigs across the UK, from Inverness to Brighton, from Swansea to Doncaster, and many places in between. Billy Bibby joins Mark Millar to tell him all about …
 
Terri Hooley is a legend among the Belfast music community and beyond. During Northern Ireland’s troubled dark times Terri Hooley’s Good Vibrations record shops and label survived in countless locations around the city, selling and putting out amazing music. Terri Hooley has recently been the subject of a book ‘Hooleygan: Music, Mayhem, Good Vibrat…
 
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