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The podcast boom. The future of AI. The importance of truth in the Trump era. The role of brands in social activism. It’s all up for exploration in Spotify for Brands’ new original podcast.
New verses from the sharpest minds in the rap game, performed live at Genius HQ in Brooklyn.
Silenced: Stories of Music, Mayhem & Murder
These are some of the most greusome and most depraved acts of violence to rock the music world. Crime journo and former punk rocker, Steve Miller, investigates these crimes, revealing what happned and how, trying all the while to understand why?
Killing It - Adventures In Start-Ups And Mental Health.
In the tech world, the relentlessly positive, “We're killing it!” culture often masks a more complex reality and Killing It features real people from the frontline of that world who've had mental health issues. Tech journalist and psychologist Aleks Krotoski leads the discussion with therapist and coach Petra Velzeboer and James Routledge, founder of Sanctus, the mental health gym.
Artists On... Dreams
In this exclusive edition of "Artists On... Dreams" three artists speak to the importance of dreaming fearlessly, the blood, sweat, and tears of their personal journeys, and the importance of inspiring and championing one another.
Music Happens Here
Music Happens Here draws a connection between iconic cities and sites and how local culture has inspired music throughout history.
With The Drop, Spotify explores today's biggest album releases through exclusive behind-the-scenes content.
Spotify Landmark: Green Day
Landmark is an original video series about monumental moments in music history, created for a new generation of listeners. Whether delving into the origins of thrash metal or the release of a classic album, each installment of Landmark enlists credible, eclectic voices to explain not just what happened, but why it still matters. "Green Day: The Early Years" chronicles the rise of the world's most influential punk band, from their origins playing shows at Berkley's notorious Gilman Street venue in the late 80s, through the release of the platinum-selling Dookie in 1994.
Drawn & Recorded: Modern Myths of Music
Drawn & Recorded tells the stories that fell through the floorboards of music history and brings them to the light of day via unique, hand-drawn animation and the raspy, baritone voice of T-Bone Burnett. Sometimes hilarious, occasionally tragic, always compelling - these anecdotes show a side of people behind the melodies that you may never have known.
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