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The Blastfrom staff discuss the rich history of popular music. At least that is the honest intention of this podcast which usually descends into madness.

Latest Episodes

Rock Me Tonite, Billy

EIn 1984, Billy Squire released a hugely successful single called Rock Me Tonite. In the burgeoning MTV era, music videos were inexorably linked to the featured singles. Squier later blamed the video for the downturn in his popularity. We ask – why? The Blasftrom crew dance around the issues of Hard Rock masculinity, music video direction, choreography, set dressing, war, politics and animal welfare. You can listen to this episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom on Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Podcasts.

22 MIN2 w ago
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Rock Me Tonite, Billy

Baba Gadji is Back!

EAcoustic dynamics and the arrangement of sound is the topic we did not get to cover due to an amazing turn of events. The ever unpredictable Baba Gadji somehow invades the brand new Blastfrom Castfrom location to give us what for. As for the new location we've still to settle on a name. The Hip-Roof Hothouse; Castle Blastula; Kanye Cove; Kanye Kove; Alcoholics Identified; The Poding Hovel. All possibilities. You can listen to this episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom on Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Podcasts.

26 MINJAN 20
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Baba Gadji is Back!

Baba Gadji, Our Man in Japan

EWow! What an honour it was to speak with the reclusive legend of Electro-Pop - Baba Gadji. A huge amount of time and effort went in to tracking down, planning and arranging an interview with this most elusive interviewee. There are no hard feelings about his cutting the interview short. It's perfectly fine that a certain member of the Blastfrom crew cried themselves to sleep over it. You can follow Baba Gadji on instagram @thebabagadji Remember to SUBSCRIBE and leave us a review.

8 MINJAN 13
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Baba Gadji, Our Man in Japan

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

ERevelations among the revelry as Santa sets us straight in this festive episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom. The enigmatic immortal saint gives us his take on some of your favourite holiday tunes. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the Blastfrom Castfrom to receive this kind of nonsense in your podcast at absurdly random times. Happy Holidays everyone! http://www.blastfrom.com

17 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

Musicians In the Movies

ECasting an established musician in your movie is an attractive proposition, but is it a good idea. The Blastfrom team have absolutely no frame of reference for this so who better to meander through the subject. Cher, Lauryn Hill, Black Thought, Tom Waits and a revolting bottle of wine are all red hot topics in this new scintillating episode of Blastfrom Castfrom. P.S. Mike Tyson... we're going to need an answer.

25 MIN2019 OCT 24
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Musicians In the Movies

This Is the Bag! Album Cover Stories

EEvery album cover tells a story. Sometimes that story isn't entirely clear. We pick random album covers from the extensive Blastfrom vinyl collection and tell you what is going on. This is an entirely aural review of an entirely visual medium so we have listed the album covers for your reference. Or better still, follow us @theblastfrom (https://www.instagram.com/theblastfrom) on Instagram and look for the post (Oct 4 2019) related to this episode. Please don't do both things while crossing the street - stop and smell the roses. Stay With Me Tonight by Jeffrey Osborne Stop and Smell the Roses by Ringo Starr Max by Max Funk Your Head Up by Ultramagnetic MC's Solid Gold Hits by The 4 Seasons How Dare You! by 10cc

16 MIN2019 OCT 4
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This Is the Bag! Album Cover Stories

Parental Advisory Explicit Raps

EWe've been covering the explicit turn that Hip Hop took in the mid eighties and how that changed the genre in the nineties. A Hip Hop novice gives us their take on the Hardcore Rap, Gangsta Rap, Mafioso Rap and Horrorcore genres courtesy of Blastform playlists, which you can listen to at https://open.spotify.com/user/blastfrom?si=jhxn0hxXQo-rMnhjJhBugw Did you know that your ear has tastebuds? Music tasteologist Renton Valdez explains how we can maximise their potential to get the most out of these 4 sub-genres of Rap Music. And we time travel once again, this time to the year 1991, proof reading Tim Dog's infamous message to the City of Compton, retitled 'Great Compton'.

31 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Parental Advisory Explicit Raps

The Year 2018

EIn this episode we’re joined by music critic Artie Greycup, former radio host Jerry Makavoi and that guy who won the competition. We reminisce about a year shaped by the teachings of the great Kanye West. An episode you’ll never forget… unless you’re Artie Greycup. Esskeetit!

28 MIN2019 JUL 3
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The Year 2018

The Malcolms

EThe Malcolms are cellist Harvey Lafoux and spoken word genius Paul George. While they neglect to explain their band name they do discuss their origins, their important cause and their all consuming creative process. Which word will you smell?

9 MIN2019 MAY 17
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The Malcolms

The Year 1970

EA time-swim back to the year 1970 with musicologist Hilary Burden and music historian Rusty Melicano. We discuss the end of the sunshine 60s (extensively and against their will) and the beginning of a darker decade. We also decode the chunga-wunga lyrics of Roadhouse Blues by The Doors.

15 MIN2019 FEB 1
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The Year 1970

Latest Episodes

Rock Me Tonite, Billy

EIn 1984, Billy Squire released a hugely successful single called Rock Me Tonite. In the burgeoning MTV era, music videos were inexorably linked to the featured singles. Squier later blamed the video for the downturn in his popularity. We ask – why? The Blasftrom crew dance around the issues of Hard Rock masculinity, music video direction, choreography, set dressing, war, politics and animal welfare. You can listen to this episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom on Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Podcasts.

22 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Rock Me Tonite, Billy

Baba Gadji is Back!

EAcoustic dynamics and the arrangement of sound is the topic we did not get to cover due to an amazing turn of events. The ever unpredictable Baba Gadji somehow invades the brand new Blastfrom Castfrom location to give us what for. As for the new location we've still to settle on a name. The Hip-Roof Hothouse; Castle Blastula; Kanye Cove; Kanye Kove; Alcoholics Identified; The Poding Hovel. All possibilities. You can listen to this episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom on Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Podcasts.

26 MINJAN 20
Comments
Baba Gadji is Back!

Baba Gadji, Our Man in Japan

EWow! What an honour it was to speak with the reclusive legend of Electro-Pop - Baba Gadji. A huge amount of time and effort went in to tracking down, planning and arranging an interview with this most elusive interviewee. There are no hard feelings about his cutting the interview short. It's perfectly fine that a certain member of the Blastfrom crew cried themselves to sleep over it. You can follow Baba Gadji on instagram @thebabagadji Remember to SUBSCRIBE and leave us a review.

8 MINJAN 13
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Baba Gadji, Our Man in Japan

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

ERevelations among the revelry as Santa sets us straight in this festive episode of the Blastfrom Castfrom. The enigmatic immortal saint gives us his take on some of your favourite holiday tunes. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the Blastfrom Castfrom to receive this kind of nonsense in your podcast at absurdly random times. Happy Holidays everyone! http://www.blastfrom.com

17 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

Musicians In the Movies

ECasting an established musician in your movie is an attractive proposition, but is it a good idea. The Blastfrom team have absolutely no frame of reference for this so who better to meander through the subject. Cher, Lauryn Hill, Black Thought, Tom Waits and a revolting bottle of wine are all red hot topics in this new scintillating episode of Blastfrom Castfrom. P.S. Mike Tyson... we're going to need an answer.

25 MIN2019 OCT 24
Comments
Musicians In the Movies

This Is the Bag! Album Cover Stories

EEvery album cover tells a story. Sometimes that story isn't entirely clear. We pick random album covers from the extensive Blastfrom vinyl collection and tell you what is going on. This is an entirely aural review of an entirely visual medium so we have listed the album covers for your reference. Or better still, follow us @theblastfrom (https://www.instagram.com/theblastfrom) on Instagram and look for the post (Oct 4 2019) related to this episode. Please don't do both things while crossing the street - stop and smell the roses. Stay With Me Tonight by Jeffrey Osborne Stop and Smell the Roses by Ringo Starr Max by Max Funk Your Head Up by Ultramagnetic MC's Solid Gold Hits by The 4 Seasons How Dare You! by 10cc

16 MIN2019 OCT 4
Comments
This Is the Bag! Album Cover Stories

Parental Advisory Explicit Raps

EWe've been covering the explicit turn that Hip Hop took in the mid eighties and how that changed the genre in the nineties. A Hip Hop novice gives us their take on the Hardcore Rap, Gangsta Rap, Mafioso Rap and Horrorcore genres courtesy of Blastform playlists, which you can listen to at https://open.spotify.com/user/blastfrom?si=jhxn0hxXQo-rMnhjJhBugw Did you know that your ear has tastebuds? Music tasteologist Renton Valdez explains how we can maximise their potential to get the most out of these 4 sub-genres of Rap Music. And we time travel once again, this time to the year 1991, proof reading Tim Dog's infamous message to the City of Compton, retitled 'Great Compton'.

31 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Parental Advisory Explicit Raps

The Year 2018

EIn this episode we’re joined by music critic Artie Greycup, former radio host Jerry Makavoi and that guy who won the competition. We reminisce about a year shaped by the teachings of the great Kanye West. An episode you’ll never forget… unless you’re Artie Greycup. Esskeetit!

28 MIN2019 JUL 3
Comments
The Year 2018

The Malcolms

EThe Malcolms are cellist Harvey Lafoux and spoken word genius Paul George. While they neglect to explain their band name they do discuss their origins, their important cause and their all consuming creative process. Which word will you smell?

9 MIN2019 MAY 17
Comments
The Malcolms

The Year 1970

EA time-swim back to the year 1970 with musicologist Hilary Burden and music historian Rusty Melicano. We discuss the end of the sunshine 60s (extensively and against their will) and the beginning of a darker decade. We also decode the chunga-wunga lyrics of Roadhouse Blues by The Doors.

15 MIN2019 FEB 1
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The Year 1970

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