Lost and Sound is a podcast that meets the most exciting innovative, leftfield music people from across the world. Each week Berlin based writer Paul Hanford chats with the innovators, the outsiders, the mavericks, the people who make music and do it utterly in their own way. Conversations focus around the intersectionality between music, creativity and life. Paul’s relaxed style allows guests to feel comfortable and express themselves, the result delves into a unique perspective on some of your favourite artists. The show was started with an award from the Arts Council Of England and guests have so far included Suzanne Ciani, Peaches, Chilly Gonzales, Sleaford Mods, Nightmares On Wax, Graham Coxon, Saint Etienne, Nite Jewel, Ellen Allien, Ghostpoet, Laetitia Sadier, A Guy Called Gerald, Tue-Yards, Liars, Gruff Rhys, Hania Rani, Laetitia Sadier, Roman Flügel, King Britt, Jim O’Rourke, Busra Kayici, Yann Tiersen and Thurston Moore. Paul Hanford is a writer, broadcaster, DJ and teacher. ... more
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In an overly congested sea of podcasts, information, and content….it’s easy to be turned off. Fortunately, Paul Hanford with his Lost and Sound podcast delivers something truly unique. The act of conducting a good and/or interesting interview seems to becoming a lost art these days. Paul overcomes these hurdles by not only asking intriguing questions, but he also actually listens to his guests and let’s them complete their thoughts and answers without interruption. Combined with his unique style... more
Paul Hanford is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to music that’s off the beaten track. Amazing guests and a super relaxed interview approach which makes you feel like you’re in the room. Highly reccomend!
Paul starts each conversation as a friend and makes you feel as you were just part of their inner circle. It is a pleasure to listen to!
Really enjoyed this podcast, wide range of great guests, excellent host and it’s all really well put together. A pleasure to listen to. Thank you!
Paul Hanford is a brilliant interviewer and every episode is unique, entertaining and interesting for music lovers and everyone in between. I highly recommend this to all! ******
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Lost And Sound launched 5 years ago and published 105 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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