Metro Monthly Music Podcast



On the first Monday of the month, MMMPod gives you a dose of music from bands to listen out for, words of wisdom from bands you already know and challenge you to name the bands in our secret medleys. Yes, this means you can actually win free stuff from us. Pat Healy, Music Editor of Metro Newspapers in the U.S. hosts.


  • Metro Music Monthly Podcast Gold Edition: The Wailers on E Street

    18/07/2013 Duración: 30min

    In this special edition of the MMMPod we're celebrating the 40th anniversary of a weird, little-known week-long residency at a small club in New York, where Bob Marley and the Wailers opened up for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episodes 11&12 Nov-Dec 2012

    19/11/2012 Duración: 47min

    Holy cow! What a special "Special Double Issue"! Big Boi talks about sex, Crazy Horse guitarist Poncho Sampedro talks about drugs, Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert and Tanlines have some fun too and a whole bunch of people talking about Joe Strummer, the late leader of The Clash.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 10 October 2012

    02/10/2012 Duración: 56min

    Sean Paul, Morrissey, Father John Misty, Paloma Faith, Boyz II Men, Michael Kiwanuka, the Vaccines and Miguel all play crucial roles in this podcast. There's a lot of talk of sex n' drugs, which is why we marked it "Explicit," but really, it's not that raunchy. Enjoy!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 8 August 2012

    06/08/2012 Duración: 42min

    This is the third Best Of edition! And this one is all about the medleys. All of the artists you see in the photo collage here (if you can in fact see it on the device you're using) are part of these medleys (some of them are overused, frankly) and it's your duty to guess them all!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 6 June 2012

    04/06/2012 Duración: 48min

    BOOM-BOOM-CLAP! Roger Taylor of Queen talks about the "We Will Rock You" beat and the Queen Extravaganza, Ice-T talks about his new movie, The Walkmen talk about chilling out, Santigold talks about getting psyched up and Ian Astbury of the Cult admits freely that his band ripped off AC/DC, but he kinda blames it on Rick Rubin.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 5 May 2012

    02/05/2012 Duración: 56min

    Oh my goodness! MORE talk, less ROCK! But who needs music when you have people talking about music? Those people include John Irving, Ira Glass, Regina Spektor, M. Ward, Mike Doughty and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Plus, you'll get to find out once and for all, if Sting does it in the shower! Oh, and yes, we do have a song you will dig by Star Slinger.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 4 April 2012

    02/04/2012 Duración: 42min

    If you don't get goosebumps during this show at least once, you are a robot! Music and/or conversation from Alabama Shakes, Bob Marley, Youth Lagoon, Nirvana, Lower Dens, Cloud Nothings, Django Django, Kasabian, Daryl Hall and Gotye are all part of this, the Third Anniversary celebration of the very first MMMPod.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 3 March 2012

    01/03/2012 Duración: 35min

    Kool & the Gang are opening for Van Halen?! We go directly to the source to figure out how this happened. That source is Kool himself. We also chat up Zola Jesus, Das Racist, Mark Ronson and of course, Naughty by Nature!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 4, Episode 1 January and February 2012

    02/01/2012 Duración: 33min

    What a great show! Look at the guestlist! Bill Cosby, Mark Wahlberg, Azealia Banks, Marc Maron, Lenny Kravitz, The Do, (or The Dø) and Fred Armisen of Portlandia and Saturday Night Live all make appearances!

  • Do You Hear What We Hear? The Definitive December edition of Metro Monthly Music Podcast 2011

    05/12/2011 Duración: 02h33min

    Forget all other holiday-themed music podcasts! This is the one to pay attention to! This program features interviews with people who made famous Christmas songs and a whole lot of music to serve as a soundtrack to decorating your tree or doing whatever you do in December to feel good about being a part of a family or the human race.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 11 November, 2011

    01/11/2011 Duración: 31min

    Deer Tick talk wild antics and ask Drake a few questions too. Drake also interacts with Explosions in the Sky. The Fling interact with Fitz and the Tantrums, and Peter Murphy talks about Bauhaus playing nice with Joy Division. We also have St. Vincent, and, oh yeah, Bob Freakin' Seger!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 10 October, 2011

    03/10/2011 Duración: 38min

    Billy Corgan talks Smashing Pumpkins set lists, Simon Le Bon talks about how Duran Duran are gentle with his fragile voice, Peter Wolf talks about hanging with Lou Reed and David Lynch. Mary Timony of Wild Flag talks about joining an alt-rock supergroup, and asks Pharrell Williams a very personal question. The Dum Dum Girls talk Oldies on Drugs and George Thorogood says that he may or may not be bad to the bone!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 9 September, 2011

    05/09/2011 Duración: 40min

    We wish Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" a happy 20th birthday, and have a very interesting guestlist for the birthday party. They include Jonah Hill, Matt Pinfield, Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes and Stephen Malkmus. We also talk with Malkmus about his new album. And Peter Hook talks about joy, division and Joy Division as well as his known displeasure with the new New Order. Colin Blunstone of the Zombies says "This Will Be Our Year," and No Flash have an arresting tune called "Officer."

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 8 August, 2011

    01/08/2011 Duración: 01h17min

    This is The Best of MMMPod Volume II: The Interviews, featuring Lemmy Kilmister, Rivers Cuomo, Odd Future, Clarence Clemons, Howard Zinn, Ozzy Osbourne, Nick Hornby, Julian Casablancas, The Breeders, Gary Numan, The Walkmen, Vampire Weekend, Robert Pattinson, Paul Stanley, Al Green and Girl Talk. You never know when something unexpectedly demonic might happen!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 7 July, 2011

    04/07/2011 Duración: 29min

    The favor that the late great Clarence Clemons did for host Pat Healy. Plus, if "Pumped Up Kicks" is the song of summer, what is the song of summer for Mark Foster of Foster the People? Janelle Monae asks Robin Pecknold of the Fleet Foxes a question, and he in turn asks one of Cass McCombs. Chris Cornell clarifies his 2005 statements about Soundgarden never getting back together and we treat you to a song by Locksley.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 6 June, 2011

    06/06/2011 Duración: 42min

    Brian Johnson of AC/DC talks about the first time he met the band, Keren Ann jokes about killing all her fans, and James Blake admits that he is a dub addict! We also have features with Cults, Eilen Jewell and Noah & the Whale.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 5 May, 2011

    02/05/2011 Duración: 38min

    Ozzy Osbourne releases a killer 30th Anniversary edition of his classic solo debut, and he speaks about the message of peace and love behind "Crazy Train." Oscar the Grouch shares some family memories, the Submarines talk about fighting with each other, and Peter Bjorn and John talk about fighting journalists. We kick off the proceedings with Papas Fritas. And oh yeah, Lady Gaga tells us she's going to be our guest editor on May 17th.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 4 April, 2011

    04/04/2011 Duración: 41min

    Odd Future talk about their own odd future, the Black Lips ask Kurt Vile about Jay Reatard, Destroyer lets host Pat Healy know he shouldn't be ashamed about sharing embarrassing anecdotes with Duran Duran, Scala and Kolacny Brothers talk about swearing in their choral arrangements and Sharon Van Etten picks this month's Holy Craft. We kick it all off with a weird T.S. Eliot quote and a great tune by Sallie Ford & the Sound Outside.

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 3 March, 2011

    07/03/2011 Duración: 33min

    Phil Collins is retiring? Then what drummer/singer can fill those casual tennis shoes? How about MichaelBenjamin Lerner of the band Telekinesis? We also talk with Rural Alberta Advantage, and have them ask their fellow Canadian Bryan Adams a question in the Artists-Asking-Artists segment. The MMMPod also comes down with a bad case of SXSW fever, as we talk about some of the artists who will be there, including Telekinesis and RAA and Linda Perry's new project, Deep Dark Robot. Perry has a lot of great cussing for you too! And so we subject her to our Moment of Truth test. Spoiler alert: She passes. We also speak to tin whistle player Spider Stacy about the Pogues' farewell shows. Long live the Pogues!

  • Metro Monthly Music Podcast Volume 3, Episode 2 February, 2011

    02/02/2011 Duración: 32min

    Girl Talk is the headliner of sorts for the February MMMPod, and the rest of the program is as diverse as one of Gregg Gillis' mash-ups. April Smith and the Great Picture Show do a pretty little song for you, Lemmy from Motörhead talks about his movie and then we subject him to the Moment of Truth™. Speaking of rockumentaries, we also speak with Michael Azerrad and AJ Schnack for their movie "Kurt Cobain: About a Son." Chromeo choose the Holy Craft®. And you'll just have to listen to see why we have an image of Huey Lewis on the makeshift artwork here.           

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