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Award winning comedian Justin Hamilton sits down with his guests to celebrate the pop culture that inspires and entertains them. From movies to TV, from graphic novels to music, all manner of arts and entertainment are up for discussion. If you enjoy a deep dive, then strap yourself in because Hammo and friends are ready to go. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Hammo continues his re-watch of The Leftovers with the penultimate episode of season 1, "The Garveys at Their Best". In this mini-podcast Hammo interweaves personal stories into the themes of the episode as we see how everyone lived the day before the Sudden Departure. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Few bands have experienced such extreme highs and lows as the Bee Gees. Throughout their decades-long career, the band of brothers managed to be both grossly underrated and one of the best-selling acts of all time. Barry Gibb and his younger twin brothers Maurice and Robin Gibb started out in the late ‘50s as a teenaged pop group in Australia. On t…
 
Rian Hughes' book "XX A Novel, Graphic" has quickly become one of Hammo's favourite books and he's rapt to talk to the author, graphic designer, illustrator and comic artist about his work. Rian is brilliant and Hammo fights the urge to keep telling him how much he loves the book. Strap yourself in for big ideas from a big creative mind on Big Squi…
 
Hammo continues his re-watch of The Leftovers with episode 8, Cairo. Kevin is losing his mind, Laurie is taking charge, Jill has had enough and Patti has a plan. It is all heating up as we head to the end of season 1 of The Leftovers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Merry Clayton is a legendary backup singer who has managed to consistently steal the spotlight. Merry’s journey from a renowned backup singer to a solo artist was documented in the Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet From Stardom in 2013. Almost exactly one year after the film was released, Merry was involved in a near-fatal car accident that resulte…
 
Hammo continues his deep dive into series 1 of The Leftovers, this time focusing on episode 7 "Solace for Tired Feet". Aggressive dogs in post boxes, strange issues of National Geographic and a baby being born all lead to another fascinating chapter in the folks who live in Mapleton after the Sudden Departure. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
Marianne Faithfull has been many things throughout her half a century in music—a close confidant of the Rolling Stones, a pop star, a homeless drug addict and a critically acclaimed comeback artist. Despite a career filled with personal and professional turmoil, Marianne Faithfull has always managed to find her footing. Last year, just as Europe we…
 
AJ Lamarque is one of the rising stars in the Sydney comedy scene and makes his Big Squid debut in this episode. Also Hammo's old pal Garth Jones launches his new segment Pass the Amyl where they'll explore the world of Ozploitation culture. This time they're looking at the original Mad Max movie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor…
 
Valerie June has helped widen the scope of contemporary Americana music. She’s one of few African American women in the category and her unique combination of gospel and Appalachian folk is a shimmering example of what's possible in the roots-music tradition. Broken Record producer Leah Rose caught up with Valerie to talk through her stunning new a…
 
Comedian Dave Anthony takes time out from hosting his brilliant podcast The Dollop to talk about the state of the world and why it is important to know your history! Hammo also discovers from comedian Rachael Millanta why remembering history or anything in particular might be difficult for certain snails. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Hammo goes deep into a confronting episode of The Leftovers and then welcomes his first guest on this series, the always delightful co-host of Total Reboot and Finding Drago, comedian Alexei Toliopoulos. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Malcolm Gladwell recently spoke with Ziggy Marley as part of the Live Talks Los Angeles series. Their conversation centers around a book of photographs Ziggy curated called Bob Marley: Portrait of the Legend. Ziggy has gone on to become a reggae icon in his own right and is now an eight-time Grammy winner, a philanthropist, author and keeper of his…
 
Comedian Alice Fraser returns to the podcast to school Hammo in the world of romance novels and their genre ticks and twists. Rove McManus also dives in to discuss the WandaVision finale and shares his thoughts on the end of the first official MCU addition to television. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Since forming in 1996, Linkin Park has sold over 100 million records worldwide. Their enormous success mixing genres like hip-hop, metal and anthemic pop was spearheaded by the band’s ultra-talented founder, Mike Shinoda. In this episode Rick Rubin talks to Mike about the albums he produced with Linkin Park that helped redefine the band’s sound. Mi…
 
Hammo catches up with Rwandan comedian Oliver Twist before his one-person show opens at the Griffin Theatre, Rove drops in to discuss the penultimate episode of WandaVision and Hammo raves about Rian Hughes' debut novel XX-A Novel, Graphic. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Since his first conversation with Rick, Kenny Beats’ star has continued to rise. In the past couple of years he has produced songs with Ed Sheeran, Da Baby and Vince Staples. He’s also taken several trips to the UK, and produced over 30 songs with British artists like FKA Twigs and Slowthai. Today, Kenny explains how for the first time in the histo…
 
Ben Ellwood returns to Big Squid for part 2 in their Sofia Coppola re-watch with Lost in Translation. Rove also returns to unpack episode 7 of WandaVision and Hammo brings a segment back from season one: I Spend Too Much Time Alone. It's the one place where theories can run and be free! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
There’s a reason Kenny Beats is one of the great young producers in Hip Hop. Because he has a vast understanding of the regional sounds and histories of cities to pull from when making beats for an artist. This allows him to find a common musical language with rappers. Which is super important in an art form as hyper-local as rap. We’re kicking off…
 
Rove McManus returns to talk about episode 6 of Marvel's WandaVision, Rachael Millanta makes her 2021 debut discussing which aliens the Doctor has had sex with and Hammo reviews the Jude Law/Carrie Coon film The Nest. As a bonus, Hammo also raves about Rian Hughes' "XX: a Novel, Graphic" even though he's only halfway through. Spoilers: there's no s…
 
Hammo goes solo for this episode as he begins his re-watch of the incredible HBO series The Leftovers. These mini-episodes will be appearing throughout season 4 and will be part recap/part personal story as Hammo bounces between each episode and where he was in life when he first watched the series. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Comedian and ABC journalist Ange Lavoipierre makes her Big Squid debut in a talk that begins with Yacht Rock and ends with frozen curses. Rove McManus begins his regular spots covering the new Marvel series WandaVision and Hammo reviews the Mads Mikkelsen movie Another Round. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Rick Rubin speaks with the great Joan Baez fresh off her birthday and the announcement that she'll be among this year's Kennedy Center honorees! Joan was known the world over as the Queen of Folk at the height of her career in the 60s. She used her fame to help spread the tenets of the non-violence movement, and was a close ally to Dr. Martin Luthe…
 
Most people know Rivers Cuomo as Weezer’s brilliant, quirky lead singer. But one thing people may not know, is that several years ago, a bizarre conspiracy theory made its way around the Web that Rivers was actually Kurt Cobain. To mark the release of Weezer's incredibly catchy new album, OK Human, Rivers explains to Rick Rubin why the band ditched…
 
The Virgin Suicides is the first movie in the Sofia Coppola movie watch with comedian Ben Ellwood, and Hammo also talks about episode 4 of WandaVision and recommends volume 1 of the graphic novel Something is Killing the Children. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Rick Rubin connected with Earth, Wind & Fire's Verdine White to talk about the early days of the band and about their producer, Charles Stepney, who Verdine calls their George Martin. Also Rick reads to Verdine a poignant note from the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea about what makes Verdine’s bass playing so special. Earth Wind and Fire are the black …
 
Hammo is joined by comedian Ben Ellwood to kick off season 4 to discuss the new Pixar movie Soul. Hammo also shares his thoughts on the first three episodes of the new Marvel TV series WandaVision and discusses his plans for the upcoming season of Big Squid. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Nas dropped one of the most universally loved rap albums of all time in 1994 with Illmatic. Few legends in Hip Hop have been able to maintain their relevance over several decades based on their skill alone. Nas has never chased headlines or crossover success. He’s always seemed focused on elevating his craft and the culture. And that dedication has…
 
Rick Rubin speaks with friend, pioneering rock journalist, Lisa Robinson about her over 40 year career that's seen her interview everyone from John Lennon to Lady Gaga, from Jay Z to Eminem, and even an 11 year old Michael Jackson. They also talk about her new book, Nobody Ever Asked Me About The Girls. Lisa’s career started in the 1970s when she e…
 
Singer/songwriter, pianist, alt-rocker Ben Folds has been releasing records since the 90s. Sometimes with his band Ben Folds Five, sometimes solo. In this episode of Broken Record, he connects with Bruce Headlam to discuss the origins of his biggest hit, "Brick," the time Kesha dove into a pool fully clothed to rescue his phone, and the time he unk…
 
Mike Dickey is co-founder and chairman of the JackTrip Foundation and the creator of Virtual Studio. The awkward and disjointed experience of making music over the internet is a solvable problem. Virtual Studio is a device that works with the open source software application JackTrip to enable musicians of all ages to collaborate across locations o…
 
Nashville producer Dave Cobb has earned six Grammys for his standout work with artists like Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile and Chris Stapleton. Over the past 15 years Dave's managed to inject some much-needed soul into country music. In this interview with Rick Rubin, Dave talks about coming up as a session player in Atlanta in the early ‘90s with hi…
 
It's the final Big Squid podcast for season 3 and for 2020. Hammo has some one-on-one time with you to begin the podcast and then it is on to the live show recorded at Giant Dwarf on Dec 13. Guests include Rove McManus, Cal Wilson, Richard Fidler, Georgia Mooney, Ben Ellwood, Alice Fraser and Alex Jae. This is the only way to celebrate Christmas Bi…
 
Jim James talks about and performs some songs off My Morning Jacket's The Waterfall 2. The album of holdovers from the band's 2015 album came out in July. Jim explains to Bruce Headlam why these songs finally came out five years after The Waterfall. And other exciting projects the band are sitting on. Plus what it was like to tour with Bob Dylan an…
 
It's the final Christopher Nolan re-watch as Hammo and comedian Ben Ellwood go deep into Tenet and find a number of surprises. Hammo also catches up with Rachael Millanta for her final Spin-Off segment for 2020 and Hammo reviews Australian cartoonist Chris Gooch's wonderful new graphic novel Under-Earth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
James Blake speaks with Rick Rubin about his new Covers EP. Since his debut album in 2011, the British-born James Blake has gone on to win England's top musical honor, the Mercury Prize, and a Grammy. He’s also produced and collaborated with a ton of musicians including Jay-Z, Beyonce, Billie Eilish, and Travis Scott. A few years back in 2016 James…
 
Rick Rubin connected with Pharrell Williams over Zoom recently to talk through and listen to some of the biggest hits from Pharrell’s illustrious career. They chat about what Pharrell is currently working on (Rihanna!), the French powdered drink mix that helped P write “Get Lucky” with Daft Punk, and why Pharrell thinks he sounds like a sick billy …
 
A big episode of Big Squid with Cal Wilson returning with her segment My Proud-full Shame, author Toby B Hemingway talking about his new collection of short stories, "We Just Weren't Animal People", and Hammo talks about the Australian movie Babyteeth squeezing in a quick chat with the star of the movie Eliza Scanlen. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
It’s hard to believe Andrew Watt is only 30 years old. He's built up an impressive and diverse roster of collaborators over the last five years including Ozzy Osbourne, Miley Cyrus, Sam Smith, and Justin Bieber. He’s quietly become one of the biggest producers in the industry … leading to a nomination at the upcoming Grammys for Producer of the Yea…
 
The runway to success was short for Black Pumas. Five months after releasing their debut album in 2019, the Austin-based band was nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammys. And now, one year later, Black Pumas are up for Album of the Year for the deluxe version of their debut. Guitarist/Producer Adrian Quesada and Singer Eric Burton met at a cro…
 
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy is a prolific songwriter and he's ready to share his secrets. They're all in his new book, How to Write One Song. On today's episode, Tweedy shares some of his techniques with Malcolm Gladwell and explains why songwriting isn't, in his view, a mystical practice but a practical one. And at the end of the episode, he holds his own…
 
Leslie Odom Jr., best known for playing Aaron Burr in Hamilton, speaks to Bruce Headlam about his career on stage and in music and also his new Christmas album. The Christmas Album is Leslie's second crack at a holiday album but his first time not having to do it on a budget. They also discuss Leslie's favorite Christmas music, what it was like pla…
 
Comedian Alex Jae, co-host of the podcast Ladies Guide to Dude Cinema, joins Hammo to reveal the movies that not only took her by surprise but she also ended up loving. Hammo also shares his thoughts on one of his favourite graphic novels WE3 with a tasty cameo by Ben Ellwood. And right at the end a tribute to comedian Dave Jory. See acast.com/priv…
 
Mike Campbell, guitarist, co-writer and original Heartbreaker talks to Rick Rubin about growing up with Tom Petty, working on Wildflowers and about his new album, Wreckless Abandon, with band The Dirty Knobs. It’s the first band Mike’s ever been a part of without Petty - who he started playing with in the early 70’s in Mudcrutch. And it’s the first…
 
There’s no playbook for successfully releasing music during a pandemic. Especially if you’re an indie artist, the stakes really couldn’t be higher. But Deep Sea Diver has managed to put all that aside to drop a thrilling and relevant new album. While the Seattle-based band’s only recently started to find their place in the indie rock landscape, Jes…
 
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