Jeff Tweedy, Waxahatchee, and More Share New Music on Talkhouse’s Listening Podcast

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Jeff Tweedy, Waxahatchee, and More Share New Music on Talkhouse’s Listening Podcast: Listen

Guests on the series include Björk, Jlin, Vagabon, Magnetic Fields’ Stephin Merritt, and more

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Jeff Tweedy, Katie Crutchfield, Björk (Getty Images)

Talkhouse has launched a new podcast called Listening. The 10-episode series brings listeners into the musical headspace of each guest, allowing them to explore the creative processes of artists including Jeff Tweedy, Spencer Tweedy, Sammy Tweedy, Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield, Magnetic Fields’ Stephin Merritt, Björk, Jlin, Vagabon, and more. Each episode includes a unique piece of music composed by the guest specifically for the occasion. The compositions will also be available to stream as standalone pieces.

The first four episodes of the series—which feature Jeff, Spencer, and Sammy Tweedy, Crutchfield, Mdou Moctar, and Neko Case as guests—are out now. New episodes will be unveiled each Wednesday. Hear some of the podcast below.

Listening is hosted and co-produced by Elia Einhorn; it’s executive produced by Ian Wheeler, and produced by Jenner Pascua and Samiah Adams at Talkhouse; additional contributors to Listening include producer, engineer, and sound designer Mark Yoshizumi, and producers Katie Lau, Madeleine Campbell, and Reese Higgins at 3DB. (Einhorn and Yoshizumi are Pitchfork contributors who have run Pitchfork Radio.)

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