About our Podcasts

Here at ICMP, we have two podcasts that can help you navigate the music industry.

Learning valuable insights into the life of musicians,  get tips to help you accelerate your career and being inspired by ICMP's graduate success stories. 

Keep updated with new episodes regularly from What's Next? and catch up on all the episodes from Sounds Like These with guests from Audrey Riley, to Jasmin Hodge, digital marketers and business entrepreneurs; there is something for everyone. 

Want to be a guest?

We're always on the lookout for new guests, to talk about the topics that matter to music industry professionals from across the industry.

If you work for a music charity, a record label, a PR/social media agency, a booking company, or else an alumni from ICMP... let's chat! 



What's Next?

Ever wondered what ICMP music school graduates get up to after they graduate? This podcast tells us all.

The podcast features interviews with ICMP alumni talking about life after studying and how they started building their careers within music, the creative industries and beyond.

Hosted by ICMP’s Graduate Outcomes Assistant (and Masters in Songwriting graduate) Jordan Olukanmi, each monthly episode explores how ICMP graduates found their current jobs.

Diana Mukwaya studied BA Songwriting at ICMP and now works in a variety of different roles while focussing on her artist project: Namugga. Alongside her work as an artist, Diana works for Sofa Sounds, she jumps into audio engineering roles, works with independent labels and is also working as a promoter for Live Nation

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hosted by Jordan Olukanmi

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hosted by Lara Magnelli

Sounds Like These

A close look at the music business: from producers, songwriters and session musicians, to music supervisors, publishing A&Rs, festival producers and more. Find advice and tips from the people that make the music industry what it is today. 

Each episode of our 'Sounds Like These' podcast is an informal, insightful, and inspiring conversation with a variety of music industry professionals: from songwriters, producers, composers, and session players to people working in music for film, TV, and games, record labels, PRs, music charities, and more.

Discussing their careers, showbiz anecdotes, as well as matters of equality, diversity, and inclusion in the music business and beyond, with a common denominator at heart: their devotion to music.