A change is as good as a leisure, so they’re saying. And the CMU Podcast has had every, getting back from a two month summer season season break as Setlist.
Originally launched in 2011, the CMU Podcast has been by the use of assorted iterations, along with a fast interval being recorded dwell in entrance of an viewers on the Roundhouse in Camden. It returned to a weekly format in 2015, due to sponsorship from 7digital, with CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke taking an irreverent nonetheless in-depth take a look on the week’s best music enterprise data tales.
As Setlist, the format of the current stays roughly the an identical, nonetheless comes with a model new theme tune and work, as correctly as the model new determine.
“When we first launched the podcast, we thought of it as a supplement for CMU Daily readers – a way for people to delve further into what we’d been discussing in the bulletin”, says Malt. “But the show has built up a loyal following over the years, which has grown dramatically since our 2015 relaunch. It now reaches far beyond CMU Daily readers – and for many listeners it is their first introduction to CMU. Now seemed like the right time to relaunch the show with a new name, as that audience continues to grow”.
Of the current itself, Malt gives: “Recording the podcast is the highlight of my week, which I hope comes across to listeners. I love being able to look at stories in ways that we’re not necessarily able to in written form, and to further analyse what’s going on in the modern music industry. If you are already a CMU reader, I think it does complement what you read in the Daily, as we originally intended. But if it’s your only contact with what we do, you’ll get plenty from it too”.
Episode 1 of Setlist is in the marketplace now, wherever you get your podcasts from – you’ll uncover us on iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, SoundCloud, audioBoom and loads of additional. Find out additional and listen proper right here.