27 Podcast Episodes
Latest 18 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Aldous Harding's voices
Aldous Harding is one of the most compelling voices of our time. Across three albums she has shapeshifted in every song, her voice bends and changes almost like stepping into a different character, with each story.Aldous is a spellbinding human in person too; on stage and in other interviews I’ve read and seen. But I learned more about her from this Take 5 than I ever have before. These songs reveal a lot about Aldous, as a performer, as a songwriter, and as an artist. This is one of those conversations where I could frame just about everything she said. From El Perro Del Mar to Nina Simone, this is the voice.God Knows (You Gotta Give To Get) - El perro del marStars (Live At Casino Montreux, 3rd July 1976)- Nina SimoneDiana - Alexander ‘Skip’ SpenceHouses - Elyse WeinbergJanitor - Suburban Lawns
1 Apr 2022
Episode Thirty - New Music! Sudan Archives! Say She She! Aldous Harding! Arun Sood! Joel Ross!
We Heard Wonders - music review podcast from Scotland
On this week’s @weheardwonders, we engage in a spot of light hate-listening (“one of the worst songs that I can remember by a major recording artist”), before swiftly pivoting to The Good Stuff. The super-talented Sudan Archives sets up home in our heart, discodelic-soul trio Say She She leave Andrew a little hot under the collar, and Joel Ross encourages us to join him on a spiritual jazz journey. We also discuss the many voices of indie darling Aldous Harding and the fascinating inspiration behind Scottish-Indian artist Arun Sood’s Searching Erskine. A gorgeous, humane meeting-of-minds has the Vinyl Word. We’d love to know your views on the show and the tracks up for discussion (yes, including THAT one). Listen to We Heard Wonders on your podcast platform of choice; like, subscribe and recommend; catch up with previous editions and support the show by buying us a Coffee (link in the show bio).Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/weheardwonders)
29 Mar 2022
Culture Bunker: Aldous Harding, Broadcast Signal Intrusion, Super Greed: The Fight For Football
This week’s pop culture review: Aldous Harding’s couture cocoon-pop, bizarre Betamax horror in new movie Broadcast Signal Intrusion, and Sky doc Super Greed charts the fiasco that was the European Super League. Journo, DJ and football fiend Anthony Teasdale helps Siân and Andrew run the VAR van of entertainment. Hear all the music on our rolling playlists.Spotify: https://bit.ly/CultBunkTidal: https://tidal.com/browse/playlist/1aea7525-7891-4a88-8474-a08c45ea064b “Somehow the horror is more horrifying because it taps into childhood fears.” – Sian on Broadcast Signal Intrusion “What’s more rebellious and punk rock than building a warm and furry barrier against the outside world?” – Andrew on Aldous Harding Written and presented by Siân Pattenden and Andrew Harrison. Producer Jelena Sofronijevic. Audio production by Jade Bailey. Theme music: ‘Bunker Theme (Juntos Mix)’ by Kenny Dickinson. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. The Culture Bunker is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26 Mar 2022
The Daily Review - Aldous Harding album review, plus Working Men's Club, Beabadoobee and UKG Friday
RPS Presents The Weekly Review
On today's Daily Review, Ben Cardew reviews Warm Chris, the fabulous new album by Aldous Harding; there is a Friday UKG throwback and new music from Working Men's Club, Beabadoobee, Anna Andreu and more.
25 Mar 2022
The Daily Review: Aldous Harding, Mitski and Cate Le Bon
RPS Presents The Weekly Review
Making your Friday just a bit more Friday, it's Ben Cardew with the pick of your new music, including songs from FKA Twigs, Belief, Pavement, Modern Nature, Kay Young and more.
14 Jan 2022
KINSELLACAST 192: Lilley and me give hope! Plus: Death Valley Girls, Aldous Harding & Weepies
9 Jan 2022
Podcast 593 | Featuring Fryars, Low and Aldous Harding
 radio - Weekly New Music Podcasts
On this week’s podcast, Tom Crook and Paul Whitty join Ben Smith in the scorching heat of his garden, talk the Euros, before sharing their favourite new tracks from the past couple of months. Artist “Track” [Album] Michael Kiwanuka “You Ain’t The Problem” [Kiwanuka]Low “Days Like These” [Hey What]Squid “Pamphlets” [Bright Green Fields]Scott Tanner (feat. Duke Silver] “Cold Water” [The Awesome Album]Kahlil Ali “Marsha” [From The River To The Sea: The Horrible Truth About Palestine – a fundraiser for the United Palestinian Appeal]Aldous Harding “Old Peel” [Single]Seori Burnett “Dancing Queen” [Edit Radio ABBA Cover Version Challenge]Paul Whitty “Great Bedwyn Playing Field” [Field Recording]Fryars “Lionel” [God Melodies]SAULT “Light’s In Your Hands” [‘NINE’]The Shangri-Las “Leader Of The Pack” [Leader Of The Pack]  radio podcast 594 – Right Click and Save As to Download
21 Jul 2021
New Mix: Aldous Harding, Clairo, Matthew E. White, More
All Songs Considered
All Songs Considered's Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tunes of the week, including one with The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, a Jack Antonoff-produced song from Clairo and more.Featured Songs:1. Orla Gartland: "You're Not Special Babe," from Woman on the Internet2. Aldous Harding: "Old Peel" (Single)3. Matthew E. White: "Genuine Hesitation," from K Bay4. Big Red Machine: "Latter Days (feat. Anaïs Mitchell)," from How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?5. Dos Santos: "A Shot in the Dark" (Single)6. Clairo: "Blouse," from Sling7. jess joy: "her0," from PATREEARCHY
7 Jul 2021
Aldous Harding's Designer
For The Record
As an artist, Aldous Harding could be described as a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Her third record, although often cryptic lyrically, could be anything but. Designer is a stunningly beautiful, delicate work of pop music. Brimming with about as much light and positivity than ever heard from New Zealand’s APRA Silver Scroll recipient; a stark contrast from previous work. TRACKS PLAYED: ‘Fixture Picture’ ‘Designer’ ‘Zoo Eyes’ ‘Treasure’ ‘The Barrel’ ‘Damn’ ‘Imagining My Man’ ‘Weight Of The Planets’ ‘Heaven Is Empty’ ‘Pilot’.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11 Feb 2021
Aldous Harding: Delicate, Gothic Folk (From the Archives)
Hailing from New Zealand’s Southern port town of Lyttelton, Aldous Harding digs deep into classic folk music with her acoustic-based brooding songs. Her music is utterly captivating, yet melancholy and bleak; the arrangements are delicate, simple, and elegant - with subtle harmonies, perhaps a touch of fiddle or keyboard, supporting acoustic guitar and Harding’s haunting voice. Hear the New Zealand singer-songwriter perform fragile & intense songs in the studio. Set List: "Stop your Tears"'What If Birds Aren’t Singing, They’re Screaming""Horizon"
12 Oct 2020