Music podcasts are steadily gaining worldwide recognition from those who live and breathe music. They can be educational and entertaining, plus give you great insight into artists or bands that you’re passionate about. Whether you’re an artist yourself looking for advice, or just a music fan, there is a music podcast for everybody. Check out our top 7 music podcasts that you absolutely have to check out!

7 Music Podcasts You Need To Hear

7. Art Of The Score

art of the score music podcast

art of the score music podcast

If music scores are your thing, Art Of The Score will be right up your street! This podcast looks at some of the greatest TV, film and video game soundtracks ever made. In the episodes, you can expect to check out a soundtrack and break down its main themes, exploring what makes the score tick. Art Of The Score is hosted by Andrew Pogson, Dan Golding and Nicholas Buc.

Listen on Apple Music and Spotify.

6. New York Times Popcast

Popcast revolves around The New York Times’s take on music news, new releases and noteworthy artists. Hosted by Jon Caramanica, this pod great way to keep up with what’s going on in pop music as it happens. Topics include TikTok, merchandise, artists such as Doja Cat and the effect of streaming.

Once again, here are the links to Popcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

5. Questlove Supreme

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questlove supreme music podcast apple podcasts spotify

Questlove Supreme is a witty, irreverent and information-packed weekly podcast that looks into the stories of musical legends and cultural icons. Not just your typical interview show, this podcast interviews legends about their secrets to success and origins. Guests have included Usher, Michelle Obama, Chris Rock, Weird Al, Chaka Khan, and many more.

Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify to tune in.

4. Creative Juice

Creative Juice by Indepreneur is a weekly 1-hour podcast with an aim to enable you to pursue your creative passion. The show features interviews with successful independent musicians, industry professionals and music marketers to share knowledge, information and advice. Great for those looking for career advice, who want to step up their game and fulfil their dreams!

You can listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

3. Sound Opinions

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sound opinions music podcast greg kot jim retogatis apple podcasts spotify

Sound Opinions is a podcast that features pop culture and finds new ways to enrich your life through music. It features engaging music criticism, conversation and artist interviews from Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis. They also review new releases and provide historical context to trends. Think of it as a rock n roll talk show!

You can listen here on Apple Music and Spotify!

2. Dissect

Dissect is a serialized music podcast hosted by Cole Cuchna. Its purpose is to examine a single album per season at a rate of one song per episode. Dissections include My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy by Kanye West, Lemonade by Beyonce and The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Perfect for those who want a truly deep dive into specific musical works – we highly recommend Dissect!

Listen to Dissect now on Spotify or Apple. The show even has its own super cool merch to check out!

1. Your Favorite Band Sucks

your favorite band sucks podcast mark mosley and tyler mahan coe

your favorite band sucks podcast mark mosley and tyler mahan coe

A personal favorite – this podcast flips the idea of music podcasts on its head with a hilarious outcome. With the tagline ‘the podcast where no band is spared’, you’re in for a wild ride. The podcast, hosted by Mark Mosley and Tyler Mahan Coe, has you laughing along at their rantings around various bands and acts. Artists covered range from Beyonce to Beethoven – so there’s a good chance your favorite will be discussed!

Head to Spotify or Apple Podcasts to listen. They also have some brilliant merch to check out!

Final Thoughts

We hope that you enjoyed our top picks for music podcasts and that you find a new favorite! If you are looking for music yourself, why not check out Audiosocket’s extensive music catalog?

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