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The Sessions at Midori House - latest episodes
The US psych-pop group talk to Holly Fisher about their new album ‘Woodstock’ and what it’s like to work with a Beastie Boy. They also perform three tracks from their LP.
Brisbane’s neo-soul singer Jordan Rakei returns to Midori House this week as he releases his second album ‘Wallflower’. He tells us how moving to London changed his songwriting process.
German-Korean musician Josin tells us how she switched a life in medicine for a life in music and plays from her EP ‘Epilogue’.
The UK synthpop legend and Soft Cell star plays tracks from his new solo album, which pays homage to the songs of the 1960s that inspired him.
British musician Nick Mulvey joins us in the studio to play from his new album ‘Wake Up Now’ and to talk about the subjects that influenced it.
American musician Courtney Marie Andrews is a self-confessed workaholic. The 26-year-old has already written and recorded six albums and isn’t set to slow down anytime soon. She plays live for us in the Midori House studios…
Ahead of the release of her upcoming album, ‘Stay Lucky’, British singer Nerina Pallot plays tracks new and old and tells us the highlights of her colourful career to date.
We revisit some of our favourite live performances from this year so far. Featuring tracks by indie-pop quartet Saint Motel, Israeli singer-producer Noga Erez, former Smoke City frontwoman Nina Miranda and husband-and-wife…
British band My Sad Captains play from their upcoming album ‘Sun Bridge’ and discuss how a new line-up has influenced their sound.
New UK group Girl Ray discuss writing songs about teenagehood as they release their debut album, ‘Earl Grey’.
Australian singer and frontwoman of Howling Bells, Juanita Stein performs from her solo album ‘America’.
Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio has just released his second album under his solo name, Baio. ‘Man of the World’ is a collection of pop songs inspired by politics happening on both sides of the Atlantic after a turbulent…
US indie quartet Saint Motel hit the studio to play some tunes from their latest audio-visual album ‘Saintmotelevision’.
Seoul-based electro-pop duo Love X Stereo join Bill Leuty in the studio to play live tracks and discuss their new album, 37A.
Saskatchewan singer Colter Wall comes to Midori House to play Canadian country music from his eponymous debut album.