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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 15, 2019

Jo Kendall is a music journalist and the reviews editor for Prog Magazine. In this episode, we talk in-depth about Jimi Hendrix, the quirky yet dangerous Psychobilly scene, Prog and much more. 
Track 1 - Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower
Track 2 - The Rutles - I Must Be In Love
Track 3 - King Gizzard And The...

Jul 8, 2019

Siân Llewellyn is a music journalist and editor of Classic Rock Magazine. In this episode, we talk about the importance of record stores, exciting new guitar music, her journey into journalism and much more. 
Track 1 - Heart - Mistral Wind 
Track 2 - Pearl Jam - Alive 
Track 3 - The Cure - Plainsong 
(All chosen...

Jun 18, 2019

John Hastings is an award-winning and critically acclaimed comedian. In this episode, we delve into his eclectic taste in music, including his love for Heavy Metal, Jazz and Afrobeat. 
Track 1 – Black Sabbath – Paranoid 
Track 2 - Ginger Baker's Air Force – Da Da Man
Track 3 – ELO – Mr. Blue Sky

May 28, 2019

Bonus Tracks are special episodes where I answer questions and discuss topics suggested by our wonderful listeners. In this installment of Bonus Tracks, I talk about the documentary I made for BBC Radio 4 called Karaoke Rage; an investigation into a karaoke curse in the Philippines, where performances of...

May 20, 2019

In our first ever album special we invited comedian Chris Betts back on to the podcast to talk about three songs from one of his favorite albums: Between The Breaks Live by Stan Rodgers. 
Track 1 - Stan Rodgers - Witch of Westmoreland
Track 2 - Stan Rodgers - Mary Ellen Carter
Track 3 - Stan Rodgers - Harris and the...