James Acaster's Perfect Sounds

Episodes

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20200928 (6M)James Acaster's Perfect Sounds on 6 Music.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

20200807 (6M)James Acaster Perfect Sounds
20200805 (6M)James Acaster Perfect Sounds
20200806 (6M)James Acaster Perfect Sounds
20201005 (6M)James Acaster's Perfect Sounds on 6 Music.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

20200804 (6M)Romesh Ranganathan discovers the album that changed James' mind about pop.
20200803 (6M)Sindhu Vee learns to really like the album Bottomless Pit from hip hop trio Death Grips.
Bonus Sounds: Kojey Radical20200809 (6M)
20200814 (6M)
A bonus conversation with Kojey Radical recorded live at the 6Music Festival.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Dane Baptiste And Kojey Radical's 23winters20200809 (6M)
20200814 (6M)
Hip-hop fan Dane discovers the masterful EP spanning rap, spoken word, and Kojey's dad.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Desiree Burch And Danny Brown's Atrocity Exhibition20200810 (6M)Desiree discovers Detroit rapper Danny Brown's album Atrocity Exhibition.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Evelyn Mok And Malian Hip-hop20200817 (6M)Evelyn discovers the Malian hip-hop artist Luka Productions and his 2016 album Mali Kady.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Felicity Ward And Public Speaking20200831 (6M)Felicity struggles with Caress, Redact, Public Speaking's album that's all about violence.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Gabriel Ebulue And Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds' Skeleton Tree20200921 (6M)
20200928 (6M)
Gabriel Ebulue shares his love for Skeleton Tree, the emotional album by Nick Cave.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

In Conversation With Kojey Radical20200809 (6M)In conversation with Kojey Radical recorded at the 6 Music Festival

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Jack Rooke And Twisted-pop20201012 (6M)Jack Rooke meets NHS nurse Law Holt's diva alter ego.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Jamali Maddix And Satanic Spirituals20200806 (6M)
20200807 (6M)
Jamali Maddix gets out of his comfort zone with a black metal fusion album

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Jen Brister And Laura Mvula's The Dreaming Room20200807 (6M)Jen & James discuss why the album The Dreaming Room got Laura Mvula dropped from her label

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Joe Sutherland And Grindcore20200810 (6M)Joe takes a metaphorical HIIT class with the grindcore album Discordia by Bologna Violenta

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Katie Dey20200824 (6M)Interview in Melbourne with artist Katie Dey on identity, the internet and mental health.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Kemah Bob And Colombian Crunch20201012 (6M)Kemah Bob marvels at this self-titled album from the band Pixvae.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Mae Martin And A Drone Folk Crossover20200914 (6M)Mae Martin gets dark and moody to the drone folk crossover album Salt, by Katie Kim.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Nathaniel Metcalfe And David Bowie's Blackstar20200907 (6M)Bowie fan Nathaniel revisits his final album, released just two days before his death.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Nish Kumar And Bon Iver's 22, A Million20200824 (6M)
20200831 (6M)
Bon Iver and folk music fan Nish listens for the first time to their album 22, A Million.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Bon Iver and folk music fan Nish listens for the first time to their album 22, A Million.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Phil Wang And Eurosceptic Hip-hop20200804 (6M)
20200805 (6M)
Phil Wang gets to grips with a Eurosceptic experimental hip-hop album and tacos.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Rob Deering And 80s Stadium-rock-pop20200817 (6M)Rob learns to love Beyond the Fleeting Gales by Crying.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Romesh Ranganathan And Beyonce's Lemonade20200803 (6M)
20200804 (6M)
Romesh Ranganathan discovers the album that changed James' mind about pop.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Sarah Keyworth And Bedroom Indie-pop20200824 (6M)Sarah learns about the hidden depths of Katie Dey's intriguing album, Flood Network.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Sindhu Vee And Death Grip's Bottomless Pit20200803 (6M)
20200831 (6M)
20200907 (6M)
Sindhu Vee learns to really like the album Bottomless Pit from hip hop trio Death Grips.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Sophie Duker And Samba-punk20200805 (6M)
20200806 (6M)
Sophie Duker shocks James with a secret as they discuss a samba-punk fusion album.

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.

Suzi Ruffell And The One Women Orchestra20200914 (6M)Suzi is dazzled by the album Conarium from Latvian musician Elizabete Bal\u010dus

James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.