Monocle 24: The Sessions at Midori House

Our standalone home of live music presented in a strong 15-minute shot. Recorded in Monocle 24’s studios, the sessions feature established and emerging acts live and in conversation.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 15m. Bisher sind 157 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts


Sessions moves house

‘Sessions at Midori House’ has moved. To continue listening to brilliant live performances recorded in our London studios subscribe to ‘The Monocle Culture Show’ where the sessions will drop onto your devices every Thursday.


 2018-04-07  15m

Mélissa Laveaux

Canadian musician Mélissa Laveaux explores her Haitian roots in her new album ‘Radyo Siwèl’ – a collection of covers of old folk songs from her ancestral home. She plays from it in this week’s session.


 2018-03-24  15m


The Japanese-Swedish singer plays from her beautiful new album ‘Lost in Light’.


 2018-03-17  15m


Florida-born Nashville-based R’n’B singer R.LUM.R plays tracks from his EP ‘Afterimage’, which he has rearranged and re-released as ‘Alterimage’.


 2018-03-10  15m


Listen to some Thai funk via Texas as we revisit our 2015 session with Khruangbin.


 2018-03-03  15m

From the archives: Rae Morris

As British singer Rae Morris releases her debut album, ‘Someone Out There’, we revisit the live performance she did for us last October.


 2018-02-24  15m

Sam Frankl

British musician Sam Frankl plays us some of his Latin American-inspired pop music.


 2018-02-17  15m

Charles Watson

Best known as one half of indie duo Slow Club, Watson drops by to play us some songs from his upcoming debut solo album ‘Now That I’m a River’.


 2018-02-10  15m

Cub Sport

Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield from Brisbane four-piece Cub Sport hit the studio to play some tunes and talk to us about their latest album ‘Bats’, which reflects on two of them coming out as gay and announcing their engagement.


 2018-02-03  15m


New York indie-pop duo Cults perform and tell us what they were up to in the four years between their sophomore album ‘Static’ and their latest, ‘Offering’.


 2018-01-27  15m