The hugely successful third studio album from Michael Kiwanuka saw the man come into Radio X to talk to John Kennedy. Hear how he breaks down all his track and what went into the creation of them with The Most Trusted Man In Music.
MICHAEL KIWANUKA. Detrás de la canción de 'Big Little Lies'
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¿Quién es Michael Kiwanuka?, ¿qué significa la famosa canción de la serie Big Little Lies llamada Cold Little Heart? Descubre la maravillosa historia de un nuevo genio del Soul 🎨 La VERSIÓN EXTENDIDA de la Historia de Michael Kiwanuka y Cold Little Heart, junto a muchos más CONTENIDOS EXCLUSIVOS en Patreon 📺 Canal de YouTube 🌍 Visítanos en TREMBOL.COM
HitStory - Michael Kiwanuka - Black Man in a White World
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Michael Kiwanuka zat in de studio samen met zijn producer en schreef een nummer over zijn afkomst, over hoe hij naar eigen zeggen "het leven voelt." Autobiografisch dus. Toch heeft hij nog wat twijfels over de tekst. Hoewel zijn producer geen enkele twijfel had was Michael bang dat het lied zou worden gezien als discriminerend. Hij probeerde snel nog wat dingen uit, om de tekst wat te verzachten: I’m a black man and I feel downI’m a black man in the wrong world Toch bleef het bij de originele tekst. Waarom, vertelt Jaap je in deze nieuwe HitStory! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Kiwanuka’s music has made it around the world, showcasing his passionate voice and guitar playing. His debut album, Home Again, was produced by Paul Butler of The Bees, and his second album, Love & Hate – produced with Danger Mouse, Inflo, and Paul – featured the track "Cold Little Heart," which gave his career a major boost when it was picked as the theme song for HBO’s Big Little Lies. The follow-up, last-year’s Kiwanuka, carried on with some powerful themes and arrangements. It was a treat to chat with Michael and examine his studio path and thoughts. Enjoy!Sponsored by Retro Instrumentswww.retroinstruments.com
Support our work for as little as $1 per month by becoming a patron on: www.patreon.com/soundrisepod Today we're doing a rather modern artist, an up and coming talent from the UK. If you fancy a mix of retro and modern indie sounds, you'll definitely enjoy this one! Also, bear in mind that this is the first episode with one of our co-hosts' new equipment! Episode edited by Franck at instagram.com/frc.audio Outro Ad by: twitter.com/PodRevDay FAVORITE TRACKS Vlada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7zunsgxv0U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGG5K1XLgkA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeRQ_Essido Aleks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zC_m1qAmnbk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAGYs2k86Rg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP73BVeWlrw ALL Soundrise links: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAk6x3yKP1aax-efrEeEY5A https://open.spotify.com/show/5prAMvcrDT24H5mgCXqqUU?si=unG-pjdCQMqRwx6U9MUkSg https://linktr.ee/soundrisepodcast This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Michael Kiwanuka, Boys in the Band film, the future for arts freelancers
Michael Kiwanuka said he was seriously surprised when he won the 2020 Mercury Prize last week. Tom Sutcliffe talks to the singer-songwriter about dropping out of his music degree, hanging out in Hawaii with Kanye West and asks why such modesty when his self-titled album had rave reviews on release, and reached number 2 in the charts. Director Joe Mantello on his new film version of The Boys in the Band, Mart Crowley’s ground-breaking 1968 play about a group of gay friends at a birthday party in New York. As the Covid crisis continues, last week Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced viable jobs will receive support. As the creative industries rely on freelance workers Front Row discusses what this means for them, first talking to set designer Rebecca Brower, who has lost most of her work this year because theatres are closed. Plus Philippa Childs, head of the union Bectu, to which many freelance creatives belong, explains why so many won’t qualify for help. And director Fiona Laird offers an overview, suggesting ways to create future work for freelancers in the industry. Presenter: Tom SutcliffeProducer: Julian MayStudio Manager: John BolandMain image: Michael KiwanukaImage credit: Olivia Rose
Rising British superstar Mihael Kiwanuka joins host Steve Baltin to talk about why he feels we are in a new heyday of music and his favorite protest songs of all era, from Marvin Gaye to Solange. And how making music right now inspires him. Talking about Solange's "Don't Touch My Hair," he says, "Someone put into words this really weird niche thing about how my hair is like people find it this weird, strange thing and someone is protesting, 'Don't mess with it.' It really resonated with me. So I've got to put that as my personal protest song."
#039. Driving Around 8 | Michael Kiwanuka, Songwriting, and Writers Block
The Forevermore Songwriting Journal of Christopher Louis
An interesting juxtaposition of 2 days here. One day, I find writers block, the next, after a great sleep, and a podcast, I find new found inpiration and patience. It came from listening to Michael Kiwanuka on The Song Exploder Podcast, linked below. Look forward to a new podcast every damn day :) https://songexploder.net/michael-kiwanuka--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app