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James McMahon used to be a music journalist. He interviewed everyone he ever wanted to and worked for every music magazine that mattered in the UK. These days he writes about football and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and weird stuff. But when he gets the chance to speak to a musician or band he really, really loves, he puts those interviews here.
 
For 17 years The God Show, on radio, pursued answers to spiritual questions that have been debated for centuries. The God Show isn't a program about religions. It's a weekly opportunity to delve deeply into the moral forces that universally motivate mankind. The God Show......now heard planet-wide on Star Worldwide Networks beginning each week, Sunday mornings at 8.
 
As a four time guest on the Emmy winning Oprah's Lifeclass, iHeart Radio On Air personality and Millennial Kyle McMahon became the face of "Fatherless Sons" around the world. Kyle2U aims to help you in your journey to transform your life. Featuring interviews with celebrities, newsmakers, thought leaders and listeners like you, we aim to share our truth to change the world. Covering success, mental health, finance, happiness, personal development and much more.
 
Dave Mc Mahon is a Professional Dog Trainer & owner of Dave McMahon's Dog Academy in Niagara Falls. Dave have been coaching dog owners on how to train their dogs for the past 26 years. His dog academy has been Voted Best Dog Training School by the Readers Choice Awards. Dave is a Professor at Niagara College since 1990 & has been teaching seminars on the topics of canine behavior & canine studies. Dave has been hosting radio talk shows on the topic of dogs for over 2 decades and his knowledg ...
 
Originating from Melbourne, Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw will cook up Saturday breakfast down south from Saturday January 28. They will continue with their Perth based weekday breakfast show - Heidi, Will & Woody. The bromance that brews between funny guy Woody and self-proclaimed genius Will is filled with laughs, energy and every kind of crazy! These good mates wrote and performed a sold out Perth Fringe Comedy show together titled Toothless. Following its success, they went on to put t ...
 
Welcome to Film Trooper, where we empower the filmmaking entrepreneur. Why? Because film production is no longer a barrier—anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier—anyone can sell their film directly to the world. Film sales and marketing are the last barriers! To rise above the noise of the internet is the challenge — this is the place that explores these topics to help you, the filmmaking entrepreneur. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com)
 
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Crown Lands are a rock band consisting of vocalist and drummer Cody Bowles and Kevin Comeau (he does all the other stuff). They hail from Oshawa, Ontario and they’re a prog-cum-blues-cum-cosmic-space-rock group who recently released their fourth recording, White Buffalo, on Spinefarm/Universal. It’s a really good record, but an important one too, t…
 
This is a fun episode – a conversation with Chris LoPorto from Keansburg, New Jersey emo pop heroes Can’t Swim. They’re a band I’ve really enjoyed the output of since their formation back in 2015 – 2017’s Fail You Again was a record I played to death. 2018’s This Too Won’t Pass was a record I enjoyed greatly. But their new one, Change Of Plans – an…
 
This summer - that would be 2021 - saw a British parliament ran enquiry into the economics of music streaming. It's unlikely you missed the results. For one thing, your favourite musicians were raging. The results were sobering, depressing, terrifying if you’re a professional musician, especially now that COVID has decimated the touring industry… a…
 
I love Mogwai, so it was a pleasure to speak to Stuart Braithwaite for this sometimes feisty (hey, I was a teenage Blur fan!), often illuminating episode of my music podcast. I did intend to ask the Mogwai guitarist and sometimes singer about the bands lucious tenth album, As The Love Continues, which was released in February this year, topped the …
 
I’m speaking to one of my favourite ever songwriters on this episode – it’s only bloody Mac McCaughan of Superchunk, Portastatic and – alongside bandmate Laura Ballance – the legendary Merge Records! The reason we’re talking today is because Mac is due to release his very good – and surprisingly eclectic - second solo album The Sound Of Yourself on…
 
Me and Anna Prior come from the same place; Doncaster – and we’ve zig zagged around each other for years. We know the same people, we like a lot of the same stuff, but I’ve never sat down and had a proper on the record conversation with her. Anna plays drums in Metronomy – she has done for over a decade – but in a welcome, but unlikely move she rec…
 
So I interviewed Tom DeLonge, formally of Blink-182 and now Angels & Airwaves, for a magazine feature I’m doing. The latter have a new album due imminently. It's called Lifeforms and it’s very good - less proggy than they’ve been on their five albums prior, more pop, more punk. But Tom is also one of the most prominent names in ufology – his aerosp…
 
Are you looking for a 90 minute deep dive with an indie band spluttering about at the fag end of Britpop? A good band, one with a modicum of success, but one with a story that encapsulates the strangeness of the late 90’s British indie rock scene. A time where big money and corporate chaos butted heads with DIY and independent thinking. Taking in d…
 
Welcome to Indie Heaven, the part of the James McMahon Music Podcast where I – that’ll be James McMahon – connect with the bands I adored as a sapling and ask… what happened next? It’s a spin-off of sorts of my Indie Heaven website – you can find that at www.indieheaven.co.uk – and on this episode I’m speaking to Gareth Pring – but you can call him…
 
On this episode I'm speaking to a man who has been a constant throughout my entire existence as a music fan. Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, Quicksand, Rival Schools – for over thrity years, Walter Schreifels has made music that I’ve both loved, and that has helped shape the way I’ve seen the world and how I’ve existed within it. Now in the third…
 
It's been ages since I last spoke to Justine Jones, chief throat shredder in Woking’s Employed To Serve – which is a bit of an understatement really, ETS might just be the best home grown rock band to tread the boards of British music venues today. Justine is also the label boss at Church Road Records. I reckon it’s got to be almost two years since…
 
Everything about the music industry is weeeeeeeeeird. Music and industry are uneasy bedfellows. I mean, I like baked beans. But music isn’t all that much like baked beans, or it shouldn’t be anyway. Applying the same principles to the distribution of music as you might do canned goods jars with me – and there’s an element of that which has always s…
 
Welcome to Indie Heaven, the part of the James McMahon Music Podcast where I – that’ll be James McMahon – connect with the bands I adored as a sapling and ask… what happened next? It’s a spin-off of sorts of my Indie Heaven website – you can find that at www.indieheaven.co.uk – and on this episode I’m speaking to Sonya Madan and Glenn Johansson, Ec…
 
Welcome to Indie Heaven, the part of the James McMahon Music Podcast where I – that’ll be James McMahon – connect with the bands I adored as a sapling and ask… what happened next? It’s a spin-off of sorts of my Indie Heaven website – you can find that at www.indieheaven.co.uk – and I’m kicking this irregular series off with a conversation with one …
 
It's a different sort of episode this week. No interview. No music. Just some words I needed to say about Dave Harper from Frankie & The Heartstrings, a man I have known/liked/loved/battled/danced/laughed and plotted with for 23 years. And one of the most important figures in the history of my beloved Sunderland music scene. If listening isn't your…
 
I’m speaking to a bonafide indie rock legend on this episode. Pete Kember, also known as Sonic Boom. But Pete has gone by all sorts of names over the years; EAR (or Experimental Audio Research) or Spectrum. He’s provided production to the likes of MGMT, Panda Bear and Beach House. He’s worked with Yo La Tengo and Stereolab, and he was – until 1991 …
 
My absolute new/nu favourite metal band right now are a relatively new outfit, from Liverpool, called Death Blooms. Their forthcoming debut album - out 22nd October via Adventure Cat Records and entitled Life Is Pain - is far more fun than that title sounds. Like so many of the best heavy rock bands, there's a great deal of feeling there - a deep w…
 
It's really surprising to me that I've never interviewed Matt Tuck before. Both I, and they, have been doing what they do for years now, and for a large period of that time, Bullet For My Valentine have been synonymous with the enormity of British heavy metal, post the emergence, importance and perminence of Iron Maiden. But do BFMV get the respect…
 
Catherine Anne Davies - that'll be The Anchoress to her ever growing legion of fans - has made probably my favourite record of 2021 thus far. If the year were to end tomorrow, she, and said record, The Art Of Losing, would almost certainly win something. I don't know what. Some sweets maybe, or a trophy fashioned out of whatever crap I might find i…
 
Gloo are one of the very best bands around - fizzy, efferent, raw, fun; I'm stoked that brothers Thomas and Mark Harfield agreed to have a chat with me for this podcast. Why did Thomas get so angry upon learning an apple is a fruit? Is it better to be at the top or the bottom of a Totem Pole? And why won't anyone just admit they're actually from Li…
 
On episode three of The James McMahon Music Podcast, James (very hot, in London) talks to Angus Andrew (very cold, somewhere in a forest in Australia) about Liars excellent tenth album, The Apple Drop. It's a record with much within it to explore - no surprise there, that's what Liars do - but what discoveries about himself did Angus stumble upon i…
 
Hello. My name is James McMahon, I’m a journalist – I host The OCD Chronicles podcast, amongst many others – and wanted to let you know about a new podcast that I’m launching on the Spoook Media network on August 3rd, 2021. It’s called Shame, and unsurprisingly it’s about that very thing. That negative self-eviscerating emotion that’s used to contr…
 
On episode two of the James McMahon Music Podcast, James speaks to Awsten Knight from Waterparks, one of the best brains in one of the best of the newer rock bands around. We were supposed to talk about music, but that was always unlikely to happen. Don't sleep on this episode if you're also into ghosts and UFO's. The James McMahon Music Podcast is…
 
On episode one of the James McMahon Music Podcast, James speaks to Tim Mcllrath of Rise Against, about his band's ferocious new record primarily - but also, in a sense, what it means to be human, what it means to grow and what it means to be alive. The James McMahon Music Podcast is a Spoook Media production. Spoook is also a promoter, a shop, a Su…
 
After working in the IFH labs for the first part of 2021 I can finally announce what it is. May I introduce Indie Film Hustle's FILMMAKER PROCESS. Filmmaker Process offers comprehensive professional services for hire to help filmmakers and screenwriters, working at any budget level, get their film project to the finish line. I wanted to put the muc…
 
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