Instrumental brings music lovers interviews with their favorite artists, behind the scene recordings, and other music insights on the industry. Updated weekly, you'll be sure to stay up to date and the newest music releases and interviews.
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot review, West London native, Arlo Parks' debut album Collapsed in Sunbeams. Sound Opinions play a few tracks and review her musical inspirations combined with her love for poetry, in this snippet.
Popcast is joined by guest Taylor Lorenz, a culture and internet reporter, to discuss the effects that TikTok has had on the music industry. TikTok's platform relies on music of all genre's and some songs rise to the top of the charts just because of the popular app, is this the future of music?
HAIM, a band of sisters native to Los Angeles takes us through their process in making their song Summer Girl and the different instruments used to create the song. Danielle Haim explains how this homage to Lou Reed's Walk on the Wildside almost had Bono featured.
Broken Record interviews Weezer's lead singer, Rivers Cuomo, on the band's new approach on their album 'OK Human'. Rivers dissects some songs on the album telling us of their country and classical inspiration, he also explains how they decided to create a project with no electric guitar.
Questlove interviews grammy-winning and broadway legend Stephanie Mills. Questlove and Stephanie discuss what her life was like during the time of her number one hit "Never Felt a Love Like This Before" and who taught Michael Jackson his signature move, the Moonwalk.
NPR's All Songs Considered brings us SG Lewis's debut album Time, a tribute to Jazz and Disco. This Dance Pop album is sure to get you grooving through the week, featuring the song "Back to Earth" from this album All Songs Considered dissect SG Lewis' debut album.
Dissect goes into the dichotomy of Tyler the Creator's genre-blending, grammy-winning album IGOR. Anthony Fantano joins host Cole Cuchna to discuss the narrative of the project and how each song links to another creating a profound masterpiece.
Joe Budden gets word from a music insider that rapper Lil Uzi Vert's next project will be his best body of work so far. They also touch on Lil Uzi's pink diamond face implant and what other artists in the studio with him.