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The Sessions at Midori House - latest episodes
Aarhus-based noise-pop group Lowly come to Midori House to play from their debut album ‘Heba’.
’90s rock and pop favourites The Charlatans are back with a brand new album called ‘Different Days’. Tim Burgess and Mark Collins from the band come into the studio to play from it.
UK R&B singer Purple Ferdinand plays from her new EP ‘Rain or Shine’ and talks about making the leap from a big record label to an independent one.
We give our 2015 session with French-Israeli singer Yael Naïm another spin.
We revisit some of our favourite live performances from the year so far, including tracks by Martha Wainwright, Hippo Campus, Novella and Michael Nau.
Hailing from the Faroe Islands, Eivør performs in the studio and tells us how her tiny home country proved to be big inspiration for new album ‘Slør’.
American musician Weyes Blood discusses how the changing world we live in inspired her latest album ‘Front Row Seat To Earth’ and plays live in the studio.
Born in the US but now residing in Wales, Jeb Loy Nichols plays country music with a twist, which might derive from blues, reggae, hip-hop, soul or any number of his influences. This week he plays from his new album ‘Co…
Icelandic musician Jófríour Ákadóttir finds it hard to say no to anyone who wants to make music. She is currently performing under at least four guises, one of which is her solo project JFDR, under which she has just rel…
Multiplatinum-selling singer Katie Melua joins us in the studio to perform from her most recent album, ‘In Winter’, which she recorded with the Gori Women’s Choir in her home country of Georgia.
British indie quartet Novella hit the Monocle 24 studios this week to play from their new album ‘Change of State’.
The British musician was one of 2016’s most hotly tipped acts. With a string of singles, global performances and sky-high streaming numbers under her belt, she’s stormed into 2017 in an excellent position to release her…
Live music from UK singer Laurel, who tells us about the inspiration behind her live shows and her love of poetry.
We delve into the archive to listen back to our brilliant session with the London-based pop and soul singer.
She spent most of the early 2000s in British indie band The Pipettes; since then she's been working with the likes of Mark Ronson and has now launched her solo career. She plays live from new album ‘Stellular’.