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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.


Oct 31, 2018

Norman Nixon Jr. is an actor, comedian, producer, and DJ. In this episode, we talk in-depth about the LA Hip-Hop scene, his love for R&B, and the Beyoncé vs. Michael Jackson debate. 
Track 1 – DJ Quick – Tonite 
Track 2 – Micheal Jackson – Remember The Time
Track 3 – Aaliyah – Are You That...

Oct 23, 2018

Reggie Watts is an internationally renowned vocal artist/ beatboxer/ musician and comedian. In this episode, we talk about his love for Pop and Techno, witnessing the early Grunge scene in Seattle, and why Prince is the closest thing we had to Mozart. 
Track 1 -  Tears For Fears – Everybody Wants To Rule...

Oct 16, 2018

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 what songs I would play on my imaginary radio show, I rank Lil' Wayne's 'Tha Carter' series from best to worst, and I discuss whether or not I hate...

Oct 8, 2018

Alasdair Beckett-King is an award-winning and critically-acclaimed comedian. In this episode, we talk about getting into music via TV theme tunes, his love for Dylan and Tom Waits, and the wonderfully surreal world of Rasputina.
Track 1 - Blind Willie McTell - The Dyin' Crapshooter's Blues
Track 2 – Rasputina –...

Oct 1, 2018

Ned Sedgwick is a podcaster who appears on the Global Pilage podcast and BBC Radio 4's Grown-Up Land. In this episode, we talk about how Nu- Metal influenced his early taste in music, Nevermind being the greatest guitar album of all time, and why Interpol's first two records were so important. 
Track 1 – Nirvana...