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Weirder Together Podcast Network is focussed on creating unique, left-of-center, personality-driven podcasts from

creators that we dig.

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“Weirder Together with Ben Lee & Ione Skye" is a weekly, 30 min podcast that gives an insight into the marriage of two offbeat creative artists who somehow make it work. It has bee called "comforting", "cozy" and "disarmingly funny".


Influential indie-rock musician Lou Barlow brings his lo-fi aesthetic to podcast form. He shares the mic with his wife, charismatic fiber-artist Adelle Barlow. Together they discuss day-to-day life as creators and interview friends and family.


Ben Lee explores complex issues around streaming transparency, touring costs and AI from the perspective of the music community

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An interview show from the mind of legendary punk rocker and former Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra. Fascinating guests with strong opinions from one of the original fighters against political hypocrisy, and for artistic freedom.

Making Ways podcast is about the stories behind the art of music. Host and illustrator Rob Goodman interviews bands with the visual artists they collaborate with for album covers, posters, videos, and more. In conversation together about the creative process and the intersection of art and music.


The post-pandemic consensus reality with Malik Saaka and Safy-Hallan Farah

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“Vague Data” by artist Brock Enright takes place In the future. Din, an artist whose consciousness was uploaded to a Super Sugar Computer, wants to learn how to become a comedian. With the help of Din’s family of sentient robots they attempt to make time-released jokes for future comedy. 


From sisters Sally and Sarah Edwards, founders of seminal UK hip hop/style magazine BLAG comes a new series where we get the chance to eavesdrop on historic interviews with iconic artists on the eve of career defining moments: think Outkast as Hey Ya takes over the world, Amy Winehouse on the release of Back to Black and Slum Village on their first UK tour.

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