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The British Masters

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The British Masters

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Conversations with musical mavericks from the UK. Featuring everyone from Liam Gallagher and Goldie to Mark E Smith and Viv Albertine.


Esteemed Music Journalist John Doran is in conversation with musical mavericks from the UK. Some are more famous than others but all have left an indelible mark on the face of British culture.

 

Noisey launched the video series, The British Masters, in 2012. To mark the kick off of our fourth film series, audio from previous episodes will be available as podcasts as well as the video versions, which can of course be found on YouTube and noisey.com. There will also be some classic conversations from previous series popping up every now and then too. 

Latest Episodes

13. Liam Gallagher

It’s Liam’s turn for the British Masters treatment as he tells journalist John Doran about nights out with Maradona, Steve Coogan and John McEnroe as well as his debut solo album ‘As You Were’ in this seminal interview from 2017. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 FEB 27
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13. Liam Gallagher

12. David Rodigan

EJohn meets The Reggae Connoisseur, David Rodigan. They discuss how he fell in love with Jamaican music, how he realised smoking weed wasn’t for him and the time a member of the crowd liked his DJ set so much they let off a gunshot. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2019 FEB 20
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12. David Rodigan

11. Cosey Fanni Tutti

In John's own words, "Cosey's work has continually innovated, challenged and outraged since the start of the 1970s, Whether as a member of the transgressive art collective Coum Transmissions or the boundary destroying industrial group Throbbing Gristle, or as an electronic musical with her partner Chris Carter. Since the 70's, her work has brought her into direct conflict with the police, the tabloid press, the British government, the music industry and the art establishment, and despite this, she remains to this day a uniquely progressive artist." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

9 MIN2019 FEB 13
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11. Cosey Fanni Tutti

10. Brett Anderson (Live)

ETo celebrate the 6th birthday of The British Masters John chats to Brett Anderson from Suede live at The Rio Cinema in London. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2019 FEB 6
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10. Brett Anderson (Live)

9. Richard Ashcroft

EIn this episode, John sits down with former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft ahead of the release of his fourth solo album 'These People’. Ashcroft discusses fatherhood, what he misses about the North and Bitter Sweet Symphony. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2019 JAN 30
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9. Richard Ashcroft

8. Viv Albertine

Viv Albertine is unique in several ways. As one of the founding members of The Slits, she ruptured rock music's linear progression, effecting a genuine and shocking break with what had come before. The Slits combined dub-reggae, free jazz, early hip-hop, funk and punk into a unique new sound. Viv Albertine has recently delivered a shocking and brilliantly-written autobiography called Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys. John sat down with her to talk about all of this and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 JAN 23
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8. Viv Albertine

7. Goldie

John Doran sits down with electronic music pioneer Goldie. In John’s own words, “Goldie overcame a trouble-filled childhood and young adulthood to revolutionise UK dance music, not once but several times over as one of the most prominent innovators in drum and bass. I’m speaking to him today about his return to making music, hanging out with David Bowie and his belief in reincarnation." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 JAN 16
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7. Goldie

6. Big Narstie

EHe might be more known as a TV and Internet personality these days but Big Narstie has been a master of the art form of grime for over 15 years. Today he sits down with John to talk about mental health, childbirth and acceptance. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 DEC 19
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6. Big Narstie

5. Damon Albarn

EMr Albarn of Blur, Gorillaz and The Good The Bad and the Queen fame sits down with John for a natter In John’s own words "...One of the most famous and hard working faces in the contemporary musical landscape, Damon Albarn. Rising to prominence as the frontman of the world bestriding Blur, he has since become known for his seemingly never ending supply of side projects and collaborations, Gorillaz being the most globally renowned. I'm talking to him today in his West London studio about the release of the new album by The Good, The Bad and The Queen." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2018 DEC 12
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5. Damon Albarn

4. Paul Simonon of The Clash

EThe Clash's Paul Simonon in conversation with Noisey host John Doran. Originally known as the bass player in The Clash, a lifelong artist and style obsessive, Paul was one of the key architects of the aesthetics of punk. His obsession with dub and reggae helped broaden the sound of The Clash gloriously. John spoke to him in Damon Albarn's West London Studio, where they were rehearsing for their upcoming tour as one half of The Good, The Bad & The Queen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 DEC 5
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4. Paul Simonon of The Clash

Latest Episodes

13. Liam Gallagher

It’s Liam’s turn for the British Masters treatment as he tells journalist John Doran about nights out with Maradona, Steve Coogan and John McEnroe as well as his debut solo album ‘As You Were’ in this seminal interview from 2017. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 FEB 27
Comments
13. Liam Gallagher

12. David Rodigan

EJohn meets The Reggae Connoisseur, David Rodigan. They discuss how he fell in love with Jamaican music, how he realised smoking weed wasn’t for him and the time a member of the crowd liked his DJ set so much they let off a gunshot. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MIN2019 FEB 20
Comments
12. David Rodigan

11. Cosey Fanni Tutti

In John's own words, "Cosey's work has continually innovated, challenged and outraged since the start of the 1970s, Whether as a member of the transgressive art collective Coum Transmissions or the boundary destroying industrial group Throbbing Gristle, or as an electronic musical with her partner Chris Carter. Since the 70's, her work has brought her into direct conflict with the police, the tabloid press, the British government, the music industry and the art establishment, and despite this, she remains to this day a uniquely progressive artist." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

9 MIN2019 FEB 13
Comments
11. Cosey Fanni Tutti

10. Brett Anderson (Live)

ETo celebrate the 6th birthday of The British Masters John chats to Brett Anderson from Suede live at The Rio Cinema in London. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2019 FEB 6
Comments
10. Brett Anderson (Live)

9. Richard Ashcroft

EIn this episode, John sits down with former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft ahead of the release of his fourth solo album 'These People’. Ashcroft discusses fatherhood, what he misses about the North and Bitter Sweet Symphony. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2019 JAN 30
Comments
9. Richard Ashcroft

8. Viv Albertine

Viv Albertine is unique in several ways. As one of the founding members of The Slits, she ruptured rock music's linear progression, effecting a genuine and shocking break with what had come before. The Slits combined dub-reggae, free jazz, early hip-hop, funk and punk into a unique new sound. Viv Albertine has recently delivered a shocking and brilliantly-written autobiography called Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys. John sat down with her to talk about all of this and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 JAN 23
Comments
8. Viv Albertine

7. Goldie

John Doran sits down with electronic music pioneer Goldie. In John’s own words, “Goldie overcame a trouble-filled childhood and young adulthood to revolutionise UK dance music, not once but several times over as one of the most prominent innovators in drum and bass. I’m speaking to him today about his return to making music, hanging out with David Bowie and his belief in reincarnation." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2019 JAN 16
Comments
7. Goldie

6. Big Narstie

EHe might be more known as a TV and Internet personality these days but Big Narstie has been a master of the art form of grime for over 15 years. Today he sits down with John to talk about mental health, childbirth and acceptance. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
6. Big Narstie

5. Damon Albarn

EMr Albarn of Blur, Gorillaz and The Good The Bad and the Queen fame sits down with John for a natter In John’s own words "...One of the most famous and hard working faces in the contemporary musical landscape, Damon Albarn. Rising to prominence as the frontman of the world bestriding Blur, he has since become known for his seemingly never ending supply of side projects and collaborations, Gorillaz being the most globally renowned. I'm talking to him today in his West London studio about the release of the new album by The Good, The Bad and The Queen." For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

14 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
5. Damon Albarn

4. Paul Simonon of The Clash

EThe Clash's Paul Simonon in conversation with Noisey host John Doran. Originally known as the bass player in The Clash, a lifelong artist and style obsessive, Paul was one of the key architects of the aesthetics of punk. His obsession with dub and reggae helped broaden the sound of The Clash gloriously. John spoke to him in Damon Albarn's West London Studio, where they were rehearsing for their upcoming tour as one half of The Good, The Bad & The Queen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 DEC 5
Comments
4. Paul Simonon of The Clash
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