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Double Elvis Keeps Growing

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Double Elvis Productions is expanding its music-centric podcast lineup. The four new partnerships include three established podcasts and one brand new series. Double Elvis is the creator of the #1 downloaded music podcast in the world, “Disgraceland.”

The three established podcasts are: ‘Washed Up Emo,’ ‘Sounds and Vision with Andrew Loog Oldham’ and ‘Women in Hip Hop with Jazzie Belle.’ The new series is ‘Curious Creatures’ from Lol Tolhurst, co-founder of The Cure, and Budgie, of Siouxsie and the Banshees.

‘Curious Creatures’ is a brand new podcast where hosts Lol Tolhurst (co-founder of The Cure) and Budgie (Siouxsie and the Banshees) will explore post punk’s enduring legacy and contemporary relevance. Lol and Budgie welcome luminaries from all walks of life for revealing yet relaxed conversation and will have notable guests like Michael Dempsey, Mason Silva and others, on the podcast. The series debut episode will premiereon October 5th with LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy as their first guest.

The ‘Washed Up Emo’ podcast was created in October 2011 by Tom Mullen, a staunch supporter of the full and long history of the emo music genre since he started his website back in 2007. The podcast explores everything from the history, cultural significance and impact that emo music as a whole has had on society. The podcast will release its 200th episode on September 29th, where Tom will be speaking with his long-time friend - singer & songwriter Adam Lazzara from Taking Back Sunday.

‘Sounds and Vision’ is hosted by music industry veteran, Andrew Loog Oldham, who began doing PR for Little Richard, Bob Dylan, and The Beatles before discovering, managing, and producing The Rolling Stones. Thepodcast is Andrew’s latest creation where he chats with the remarkable men and women he’s met along the way who continue to contribute to his remarkable life. ‘Sounds and Visions’ newest season will begin on October 5th.

‘Women in Hip Hop with Jazzie Belle’ is hosted and created by Detroit’s own Jazzie Belle, formerly of Eminem’s Shade45 SiriusXM. The podcast tells the history of women in the genre through interviews from both the pioneers and the newest additions to the artform and will return with its new episodes on October 6th.

“There is a direct parallel between the growth of any medium and the need for curation,” said Brady Sadler, Co-Founder of Double Elvis. “Starting Double Elvis with our own originals and select co-productions has allowed us to really get to know our audience, helping us to ensure that each new podcast will be relevant to our current fanbase, while allowing us to expand to new genres. It’s win-win for listeners as well, who now have a one-stop-shop for the most dynamic, music-driven stories across many genres.”

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