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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.


Apr 24, 2017

Nish Kumar is a critically acclaimed comedian who has regularly appeared on Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week and Newsjack. In this episode we talk about live music, The Beatles and the greatness of Kendrick Lamar.


Track 1: Bob Dylan – Mama, You Been On My Mind


Track 2: Nina Simone – To Love Somebody


Apr 17, 2017

Chris Betts is a comedian, writer and voice actor from Canada. In this episode we talk about his top five Hip-Hop MCs, drinking, and the impact Michael Jackson had on music as well has his formative years.


Track 1: The Roots (Feat Eryah Badu) – You Got Me



Track 2: Tom...

Apr 10, 2017

Jamali Maddix is an award winning stand up comedian and creator of the critically acclaimed documentary series, Hate Thy Neighbour. In this episode we talk bout the birth of Grime music, prison fighting and how your taste in music evolves with age and experience.


Track 1: Wu Tang Clan – Triumph


Apr 10, 2017

Thom Tuck is an actor, critically acclaimed stand-up comedian and one third of comedy troupe The Penny Dreadfuls. In this episode we talk about the brilliance of Prince, weird music, and how a roller disco at a comedy festival went terribly wrong. 


Track 1: Silver Mt Zion - The Triumph Of Our Tired Eyes

Apr 9, 2017

John Kearns is the first and only comedian in history to win both the best newcomer and best show at the Edinburgh Festival in consecutive years. In this episode we chat about sad music, his love of Bruce Sprinsteen and how music impacted his upbringing.


Track 1:  Bruce Springsteen – Racing...