Each week, Q Magazine Editor Ted Kessler interviews a superstar songwriter and musician about their life and career in music, about their ups and downs, their hits and misses. We also employ the famous “Biscuit Tin” method devised in ancient times by Smash Hits for unlocking their deepest secrets.
47:45DJ Shadow, aka Josh Davis, joins us in the studio for a journey through his life and times. He tells Niall Doherty about the making of his game-changing debut, explains why the Unkle project derailed him and makes the case for his new record Our Pathetic Age being his best yet.
49:03Refused's Dennis Lyxzén joins us on this week's podcast. The Swedish hardcore outfit originally split up in 1998 halfway through a gig to 45 people. But their next show, 14 years later, was headlining Coachella. The frontman guides Niall Doherty through the before, the after and the in-between of a punk rock fairytale.
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Q Presents The Making of Yak
36:47Yak's frontman Oli Burslem joins us on this week's episode, discussing how Spiritualized's Jason Pierce became a mentor to the London-based trio, why antiques matter as much to him as music and recalling the time his band were followed around Europe by a fan in a Lamborghini. Niall Doherty hears his testament.
Cate Le Bon
54:33Cate Le Bon tells us all about the joys of walking a pygmy goat, how her new Mercury-nominated album was inspired by a course in furniture-making and why she wants to say sorry to her childhood pony. Q Assistant Editor Chris Catchpole follows the Welsh singer on a journey through her singular world on this week's episode.
48:57Kate Tempest gives us the lowdown on Rick Rubin's shoewear, shares tales of recording in Bob Dylan's old tourbus and recalls the first time she performed in front of a crowd on this week's episode. Niall Doherty tries to keep up with the rapper, poet, novelist and playwright.
48:58This week, Q Deputy Editor Niall Doherty is joined by Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson and Simon Rix. The singer and bassist talk about the key to intra-band harmony, recall the time when they were mistaken for Lily Allen's removal men and reveal that Jack White passed them some of his spare album titles.