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The Three Track Podcast is lovingly curated by a music nerd, for music nerds.

Guests pick their three favourite tracks, from niche B-sides to the most ubiquitous chart hits, and discuss every beat in intricate detail, as well as their general love of music.

This a chance for music-loving guests to give their friends a break from endless monologues about the importance of vinyl, and have an outlet to get as in-depth and nerdy as they want with host, comedian and resident music obsessive Gabriel Ebulue.

 

Music and stings used under CC Attribution License: 1984 by Punk Rock Opera.

 

Jul 24, 2017

Joe Wells is a critically-acclaimed writer and comedian who has written for Have I Got News For You and The Revolution Will Be Televised. In this episode we talk about Bikini Kill, masculinity in music, and his teenage obsession with Marilyn Manson.

 

 

Track 1 - Bikini Kill - Liar

 

Track 2- Mount Eerie - Swims

 

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Jul 17, 2017

Bec Hill is a multi-award winning and critically acclaimed comedian who has appeared on Dara O'Briain's Go 8 Bit, DC Fancast, and was also the voice of various characters for the Mass Effect: Andromeda video game. In this episode we talk about Australian music, Israeli Hip-Hop and revisiting songs from...


Jul 10, 2017

Mark Smith is a comedian, actor and writer who has appeared on Russell Howard's Good News and written for Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment. In this episode we talk about Hip-Hop, the brilliance of Frank Ocean and Mark tells an amazing story about nearly meeting one of his Hip-Hop heroes.

 

Track 1: Nina Simone – Do...


Jul 3, 2017

Tom Price is an actor, comedian, voice-over artist and radio DJ on Magic Radio. In this special themed episode we talk about everything The Smiths and Morrissey related, from our favourite albums, to what we would do if we ever met the Moz.

 

Track 1: The Smiths – Jeane

 

Track 2: The Smiths – Stretch Out And...


Jun 26, 2017

Athena Kugblenu is a stand-up comedian who has written for BBC Radio Four (News Quiz) and has appeared on BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Five Live. In this episode We talk about misogyny in Hip-Hop, the misconceptions of Lauryn Hill and why Missy Elliott is a feminist icon.

 

 

Track 1 - Little Brother - Slow it...