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  1. Can Michael Jackson’s Legacy Ever Really Be Derailed?2019/03/07

    The documentary “Leaving Neverland” details devastating allegations of sexual abuse. How do fans process them, and Jackson’s body of work? Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli, Aisha Harris and Ben Sisario
  2. The Hip-Hop Superstar as Local Newsmaker2019/03/01

    Musicians often make headlines; balancing coverage of their art with coverage of the accusations they face isn’t always easy. Guest: The South Florida Sun Sentinel's Brett Clarkson
  3. Behind the Ryan Adams Investigation2019/02/18

    The musician has been accused of dangling career opportunities while pursuing female artists for sex, then turning domineering and vengeful. He denies the claims. Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli and Melena Ryzik.
  4. The 2019 Grammys Make Up for Last Year, Somewhat2019/02/12

    After a terrible ceremony that minimized women and nonwhite artists, the Recording Academy tried something else: the opposite. Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli, Caryn Ganz and Jon Pareles.
  5. Maggie Rogers and Sharon Van Etten Break Free From Old Expectations2019/02/01

    Two singer-songwriters at different points in their careers are staking claim to new creative ground. Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli; The Ringer's Lindsay Zoladz
  6. Fyre Festival’s Post-Mortems: We’ve Still Got Questions2019/01/25

    Two documentaries examining Billy McFarland’s debacle aim to shed new light on the scammers and victims. Guests: The New York Times's Aisha Harris, Wesley Morris and Melena Ryzik.
  7. Listening to Pop Music’s Class of 20192019/01/18

    From British punk-rap to 1970s-influenced country to morbid electronic pop, a guide to new artists to watch. Guest: The New York Times's Jon Pareles.
  8. Bad Bunny Is Just Getting Started2019/01/12

    His was the defining voice of 2018. What’s next for this Puerto Rican new-pop superstar? Guests: Remezcla's Eduardo Cepeda and Isabelia Herrera; and Rolling Stone's Suzy Exposito.
  9. The New Battles Over the Direction of Jazz2019/01/04

    What did the music, innovations and arguments of 2018 tell us about where the genre is headed next? Guests: John Murph and Giovanni Russonello
  10. Your Questions About Pop Music, Answered (or Ruled Unanswerable)2018/12/27

    The Popcast wraps 2018 discussing Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, streaming and crying. Guest: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli
  11. A New Kind of Pop Star Has Arrived2018/12/21

    K-pop, Latin trap and melodic hip-hop — once regarded as subgenres — have become the center of the pop conversation. Guest: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli
  12. Listening to the Best Songs of 20182018/12/13

    The 1975’s millennial anthem, “Shallow” and a lot of Bad Bunny: Why did these tracks define the year in pop? Guests: The New York Times's Jon Pareles, Joe Coscarelli and Caryn Ganz
  13. How the Grammy Nominations Really Made Us Feel2018/12/08

    Music's big awards show is trying to make big changes. So what do these nominations tell us? Guests: The New York Times's Jon Pareles. Joe Coscarelli and Caryn Ganz
  14. Debating the Best Albums of 2018: Janelle Monáe, Soccer Mommy and More2018/12/07

    Drake, Mitski, Ariana Grande — whose albums defined the year? (And will albums matter next year?) Guests: The New York Times's Jon Pareles, Joe Coscarelli and Caryn Ganz
  15. 6ix9ine’s Troubled Past and Uncertain Future2018/12/01

    A conversation about the Brooklyn rapper’s arrest and musical prospects as he releases “Dummy Boy” while behind bars. Guest: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli.
  16. The Gentle Return of Mariah Carey2018/11/29

    With her 15th album, “Caution,” the singer has entered a new phase of her long career. Guests: Michael Arceneaux; Jezebel's Julianne Escobedo Shepherd; The New Yorker's Briana Younger.
  17. Kane Brown, Pistol Annies and Country Music’s Inclusion Problem2018/11/17

    The tug of war between how the genre advertises itself and how it’s actually evolving is growing more tense. Guests: Nick Murray; Natalie Weiner.
  18. Remembering Roy Hargrove, Who Brought Jazz History Into Tomorrow2018/11/09

    The trumpeter, who died at 49, was a singular figure dedicated to keeping jazz’s past in dialogue with its future. Guests: The New York Times's Giovanni Russonello; Jozen Cummings.
  19. Robyn, Pop’s Reluctant Pacesetter2018/11/02

    With “Honey,” the Swedish star returns to a landscape she’s quietly shaped for over 20 years. Guests: The New York Times's Caryn Ganz; the Guardian's Laura Snapes; Jezebel's Hazel Cills
  20. BTS Conquered America. What’s Next for K-Pop?2018/10/26

    Now that K-pop is successful on its own terms, the questions it faces are changing. Guest: Billboard's Jeff Benjamin.
  21. For Those About to Rock, An Uncertain Fate2018/10/20

    Is rock music in 2018 a sound, a mood or a retail category? Where do Twenty One Pilots, the 1975 and Greta Van Fleet fit in? Guests: The New York Times's Caryn Ganz; Rolling Stone's Kory Grow; the Ringer's Lindsay Zoladz
  22. ‘A Star Is Born’ Is Here. Let’s Discuss.2018/10/11

    What does Bradley Cooper’s remake starring Lady Gaga say about the pop music business — and the film industry — today? Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli, Manohla Dargis, Caryn Ganz, Wesley Morris and Jon Pareles
  23. How Lil Wayne Became One of Hip-Hop’s Most Durable Stars2018/10/05

    Tracing the rapper’s evolution from a teen in New Orleans to his long-awaited album “Tha Carter V.” Guests: XXL's Vanessa Satten; The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli
  24. Should They Stay or Should They Go? Pop Stars and Retirement2018/09/28

    Why do some artists stick around and others choose to retreat? Guest: The New York Times's Jon Pareles
  25. What Makes for a Great Celebrity Profile?2018/09/20

    Writing in-depth features about stars can be an art form. But it’s been changing in recent years. Guests: The New York Times Magazine's Vanessa Grigoriadis; GQ's Zach Baron.
  26. Remembering Mac Miller, Low-Key Hip-Hop Bellwether2018/09/15

    The 26-year-old rapper and producer stood at the crossroads of movements that have been shaping popular music over the past decade. Guests: ItsTheReal's Eric and Jeff Rosenthal; Pitchfork's Sheldon Pearce; and Eric Renner Brown.
  27. Remembering The Village Voice, Music Criticism's Crucible: Part 22018/09/10

    Forty years of writers and editors share memories about helping invent a language to talk about music, and the artists they critiqued — some grateful, some not. Guests: Ann Powers, Evelyn McDonnell, Chuck Eddy, Rob Harvilla and Tom Breihan.
  28. Remembering The Village Voice, Music Criticism's Crucible: Part 12018/09/10

    Forty years of writers and editors share memories about helping invent a language to talk about music, and the artists they critiqued — some grateful, some not. Guests: Robert Christgau, Jon Pareles, Nelson George, Kyle Gann and Joe Levy.
  29. How We Arrived at Ariana Grande’s Big Moment2018/08/28

    “Sweetener” has taken the singer to new heights at a moment of transition for the top ranks of female vocalists. Guests: The Ringer's Lindsay Zoladz; VF.com's Josh Duboff; and Billboard's Nolan Feeney.
  30. Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott, Rivals With Common Problems2018/08/21

    One is an old-style hip-hop star, one comes from a newer school. But both are facing challenges making effective albums and defining their artistic identities. Guests: David Turner and Briana Younger.
  31. Aretha Franklin: The Artist We Knew, and the Woman We Didn’t2018/08/17

    The Queen of Soul leaves a towering legacy. How will we remember her? Guests: The New York Times's Jon Pareles and Wesley Morris; and David Ritz.
  32. The Shrinking Space Between Band T-Shirt and High Fashion2018/08/10

    Merch has become a crucial part of a musician’s rise. Here’s how it’s evolved. Guests: Procell's Brian Procell; The Cut's Emilia Petrarca; and Grailed's Lawrence Schlossman.
  33. Can Guns N’ Roses, or Any Artist, Erase an Unflattering Moment?2018/08/04

    What happens when a band wipes a stain from its historical record? Or when physical albums vanish, replaced by different digital versions? Guests: Mark Richardson; Rolling Stone's Christopher R. Weingarten; and The New York Times's Caryn Ganz.
  34. Who’s in Charge of Telling Whitney Houston’s Story?2018/07/27

    Two documentaries have attempted to unpack the life of one of pop’s transformative figures, whose complex legacy is still riddled with questions. Guests: Naima Cochrane; Jezebel's Rich Juzwiak; Alan Light; and The Times's Joe Coscarelli.
  35. When Superfans Attack2018/07/21

    A writer critiqued Nicki Minaj online; the rapper’s fans responded in force. How does celebrity fandom become a vicious tool online, and what’s behind stan culture? Guests: iOneDigital's Janeé Bolden; Who? Weekly's Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber; The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli and Caryn Ganz.
  36. Drake: Platinum in a Day, but Still at a Crossroads2018/07/05

    With his new double album, “Scorpion,” the rapper and singer is grappling with brand maintenance. Is he innovating, and where can he go next? Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli and Reggie Ugwu; Sheldon Pearce; and Jasmine Sanders.
  37. Kanye West: You Asked, We Answered2018/06/27

    Was "Ye" rushed, and does it matter? How do women fit into Kanye’s world? Are conversations about politics with him fruitless? Guests: The New York Times's Joe Coscarelli and Reggie Ugwu, and the Ringer's Justin Charity.
  38. XXXTentacion, Mourning and Morality2018/06/22

    The 20-year-old broke out of the SoundCloud rap scene and reached No 1. But he faced accusations of violent crimes against a woman, and leaves behind a troubling legacy. Guests: Noisey's Lawrence Burney and Miami New Times's Tarpley Hitt.
  39. Charlie Puth and Shawn Mendes, Would-Be Pop Kings2018/06/16

    Boy bands are on the rise and young male singers have some choices to make. A conversation about two performers with their sights set on pop ubiquity.
  40. Kanye West’s ‘Ye’ Is Here: Let’s Discuss2018/06/06

    The rapper’s polarizing eighth album arrived surrounded by a celebrity circus and provided few answers.
  41. Drake vs. Pusha-T, Unpacked2018/05/31

    An excavation of the skeletons animating the back-and-forth between the two rappers — and a conversation about who’s inching ahead.
  42. Yes, We Stuck With ‘American Idol’2018/05/26

    Maddie Poppe won the show, rebooted on ABC with a new cast of judges. What worked, what didn’t and who really stood out? Two longtime “Idol” enthusiasts discuss.
  43. Pursuing R. Kelly: The Reporter Who Never Gave Up2018/05/23

    For two decades, accusations of sexual impropriety have been leveled at the R&B superstar. And Jim DeRogatis has been covering the story.
  44. ‘Girls’ Gone Wrong: Who Gets to Make a Gay Love Song?2018/05/18

    The Rita Ora track was positioned as a celebration of bisexuality, but struck a sour note with critics who found its lyrics problematic. 
  45. Avicii: Overexposed and Underappreciated?2018/05/04

    The 28-year-old producer and D.J., who died last month in Oman, was a pop savant and an EDM innovator who left behind a complicated legacy.
  46. Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar Break Boundaries2018/04/25

    A Coachella set stunning in scope and execution. The first Pulitzer Prize winner who isn’t from classical or jazz. A conversation about the two artists’ triumphs.
  47. Pop’s Category Killers, From Live Nation to Spotify, Under the Microscope2018/04/20

    In recent weeks, the businesses that present music to the public have undergone major shifts.
  48. Cardi B Arrives at the Top2018/04/12

    The 25-year-old’s LP “Invasion of Privacy” is part of her broad-scale pop culture takeover. A conversation about her rise and debut album.
  49. Logic, XXXTentacion and Hip-Hop Morality in 20182018/04/06

    A conversation about the earnest rapper and the SoundCloud renegade, both successes of modern internet-driven rap fandom.
  50. Kacey Musgraves and Ashley McBryde, Country Traditionalists With a Twist2018/03/30

    Two new albums put a spotlight on Nashville’s ongoing, agonized relationship with female performers.
  51. Ashlee Simpson: You Asked, We Answered2018/03/16

    Part two of our conversation about the mid-2000s pop star features debates about her MTV reality show and “S.N.L.” debacle, and a listener mailbag.
  52. Was Ashlee Simpson Underappreciated? Discuss2018/03/09

    In the mid-2000s, the pop singer had platinum albums and an MTV reality show. Hear the first of two conversations about Ms. Simpson’s misunderstood career.
  53. Lucy Dacus, Soccer Mommy, the Breeders and the Future of Indie Rock2018/03/02

    A conversation about carefully considered creative paths — and how pristine voices with powerful messages are amplified — as three strong new albums arrive
  54. In Defense of Soundtracks. And Fergie.2018/02/24

    What’s responsible for the recent soundtrack renaissance that brought albums from “Black Panther” and “The Greatest Showman” to the top of the charts?
  55. The Complex Intersection Where Rap and the Legal System Collide2018/02/16

    A conversation with a criminal lawyer about the racial politics of legal representation, the Meek Mill saga and the future prospects of incarcerated would-be stars.
  56. Justin Timberlake Down, Meek Mill Up: How Twitter Swings Public Opinion2018/02/09

    The internet’s response to the two musicians after the Super Bowl shows how criticism works these days. Rapid-fire groupthink online can be strong enough to have real-world impact.
  57. Can the Grammys Be Fixed?2018/01/30

    Big stars didn’t show up. Ratings were down. Hip-hop was once again shut out of the major categories. Can “music’s biggest night” represent what’s really happening in music?
  58. Hear What Music Will Sound Like in 20182018/01/26

    Flamboyant hip-hop, promising punk rock, intricate bluegrass and more: a conversation about the artists we’re looking forward to following this year.
  59. Remembering the Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan2018/01/19

    The lead singer of the Irish rock band, who died at 46, wrote songs in the 1990s that deeply touched young women and Irish listeners while appealing to a worldwide audience
  60. In Streaming, One Goliath Creates Many Davids2018/01/12

    Streaming has established itself as the dominant mode of music distribution. What could go wrong? Quite a lot, it turns out.
  61. Is Today’s Jazz Finally Outrunning the Past?2018/01/05

    Jazz could have spent 2017 looking backward, focusing on the centennials of foundational figures. But instead, several strains of contemporary jazz thrived. 
  62. Will Eminem Ever Change?2017/12/22

    After a brief break from the spotlight, the rapper returned with “Revival,” an album that revisited familiar tropes and sounds. Where can he go from here?
  63. The Popcast Answers Your Burning Questions About Pop Music in 20172017/12/18

    Our readers picked the topics of conversation, which included Fergie, the state of streaming and evolutions in Latin pop
  64. In 2017, Pop Music Made Triumph Out of Tough Times2017/12/08

    From Lorde to Kendrick Lamar, many of the albums and songs on our critics’ best-of lists showcased the work of musicians meeting difficult circumstances with artistic fortitude.
  65. After 40 Years, U2 Is Still Huge. Why?2017/12/02

    A conversation about the band’s 14th album, “Songs of Experience,” and its ongoing quest for bigness.
  66. Remembering Lil Peep2017/11/22

    The 21-year-old rapper, who died last week, found a unique way to unite the languages of hip-hop and emo.
  67. Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Has Arrived. Let’s Discuss.2017/11/14

    Ms. Swift plays a different game on her sixth album — making pop music that directly competes with the rest of the field’s dominant players.
  68. Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Is Almost Here. Let’s Discuss.2017/11/09

    She hasn’t done interviews, but the pop star has been leaving hints about what to expect on her sixth album. Our writers listen to the signs.
  69. How Will Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Be Remembered?2017/11/03

    A new biography of the magazine’s founder has been praised by our critic and slammed by its subject.
  70. What Are the Billboard Charts Really Measuring?2017/10/27

    Changes to the formulas used to build albums and singles charts will weigh paid streams more than free ones. What will the impact be?
  71. The Persistence of Pink and Kelly Clarkson, Outspoken Pop Survivors2017/10/20

    Two of the music world’s biggest voices and boldest personalities are back. Deep into successful careers, where have their paths diverged?
  72. Shania Twain Was Country’s Crossover Queen. What Is She Now?2017/10/13

    In the 15 years since she last released an album, the music industry has undergone big changes, but Ms. Twain’s new LP still debuted at No. 1.
  73. Tom Petty, a Secret Punk on Rock’s Mount Rushmore2017/10/04

    He was a student of the ’60s who learned from his elders, but put his own deliberate spin on rock ’n’ roll.
  74. National Anthem Protests, From ‘Jazzing the Banner’ to Taking a Knee2017/09/29

    “The Star-Spangled Banner” has long been a site of dissent and disagreement. A conversation about the history of the anthem, and those who have protested it.
  75. Bye, Bro. In Country Music, It’s the Year of the Gentleman.2017/09/22

    Nashville has been undergoing a gender crisis for most of the 2010s. Is the latest development — kinder men — a solution?
  76. From Instagram to ‘Bodak Yellow,’ Cardi B Has Arrived2017/09/15

    The rapper behind one of the summer’s biggest hits has made swift moves in the music industry, and is making waves in the fashion world, too.
  77. Women Dominating Rock: There’s More to the Conversation2017/09/11

    What happens when the media shines a light on feminist punk? A conversation about D.I.Y. scenes and representation.
  78. The Popcast Answers Your Questions About Beyoncé, Music Videos and More2017/09/02

    On this week’s episode, our readers picked the topics of conversation, which include Lil Wayne, merchandise and Camila Cabello.
  79. Is SoundCloud a Business or a Community?2017/08/25

    If the music-streaming service disappeared, a culture might vanish too. A conversation about where the tech and culture worlds collide.
  80. Kesha and Taylor Swift Find New Voices2017/08/18

    On “Rainbow,” Kesha steps away from her old persona but keeps her former spark. In court, Taylor Swift speaks with no filter. 
  81. What Keeps Phish Fans Coming Back for More?2017/08/11

    The band just completed a 13-show run in New York where it didn’t repeat any songs, and its fans are already hungering for the next residency.
  82. Is Arcade Fire Its Own Worst Enemy?2017/08/04

    As the band released its most divisive album yet, it embarked on a rollout that confused its narrative even further. 
  83. Celebrating Two of Rock’s Big Voices, Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell2017/07/28

    A conversation about two singers in different bands who left significant musical and emotional legacies
  84. Streaming Is Taking Over Pop, but It’s Far From Flawless2017/07/21

    Spotify, SoundCloud, Tidal: Seemingly every major streaming service has suffered through some controversy lately
  85. From Jay-Z to Prodigy, It’s Time to Talk About Hip-Hop’s Elders2017/07/14

    A new album from Jay-Z, documentaries about Sean Combs and Dr. Dre, and the death of Prodigy have stirred new thinking about older artists
  86. Can K-pop Conquer America?2017/06/30

    Fanaticism about this Korean genre is on the rise in the United States, but it hasn’t cracked mainstream pop culture
  87. Hip-Hop’s Punk Moment Has Arrived2017/06/23

    SoundCloud rap is a raw, rowdy, rebellious movement fueled by young rappers looking outside the genre for inspiration.
  88. Katy Perry, Lorde and Halsey: How to Make a Pop Album in 20172017/06/16
    Three female pop stars, three different approaches: a conversation about their new albums, on Popcast.
  89. Why We’re Still Listening to the Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’2017/06/09
    Our pop music critics are not fans of record anniversaries, but 50 years after the creation of “Sgt. Pepper,” there are still lessons to be learned from the album.
  90. Latin Pop Thrives, No Bieber Required2017/06/02
    “Despacito” is the first Spanish-language song to top the chart since “Macarena,” but there are many more interesting shifts in Latin pop today.
  91. Festivals That Inspire Awe, and Festivals That Lead to Criminal Investigations2017/05/26
    Music fests are ubiquitous, but only some are curated well enough to be thrilling. And there’s the Fyre Festival.
  92. Harry Styles and John Mayer, Teardrops on Their Guitars2017/05/19
    The One Direction member and the pop-blues poster boy have a few things in common.
  93. Paramore Returns, Headed Straight For the 1980s2017/05/12
    One of the most impressive rock bands working in the mainstream has taken a left turn. Where is Paramore headed, and how did it inspire scores of artists?
  94. Finding Feist’s Pleasure and Pain2017/05/05
    The singer-songwriter’s new album is a low-fi exploration of extreme emotions. How does it relate to her earlier hits, and how did she get here?
  95. How Lil Uzi Vert Turned Rap Into Rock and Became a Pop Star2017/04/28
    He’s a rapper, a social media phenomenon, the guy yelling “ya” on Migos’s hit “Bad and Boujee.” What’s the secret of Uzi’s success?
  96. A Deep Dig on Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole’s Hip-Hop’s Values2017/04/21
    The two rappers recall an earlier time in the genre’s history, in terms of aesthetics and politics. How do they fit in today?
  97. How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Chainsmokers? 2017/04/14
    In three years, the duo has had several hits while offending all sorts of people. What does its sound say about EDM?
  98. Jazz in 2017: The Music Is Thriving, Though Support Is in Peril2017/04/07
    Kamasi Washington and some Los Angeles musicians are producing vital recordings, but N.E.A. funding is uncertain. A conversation about the state of jazz.
  99. Drake Changed Hip-Hop’s Sound. Can He Change the Business?2017/03/27
    His release isn’t an album or a mixtape, but a playlist — a move that could position him to shift the music industry once again.
  100. How Chuck Berry Became a Rock ’n’ Roll Mastermind2017/03/22
    He wrote the guitar licks, told the clever stories, duckwalked across the stage and forever changed popular music
  101. The Billboard Charts Are Wackier Than Ever: What’s Going On?2017/03/17
    Streaming figures into chart positions now, a fact that has started yielding some very odd results.
  102. The Greatest Trick Ed Sheeran Ever Pulled Was Convincing the World He’s an Underdog2017/03/10
    The British singer/songwriter is a record-smashing superstar, but he still plays the spurned lover. How does he do it?
  103. What Future and Migos Tell Us About Atlanta’s Rap Dominance2017/03/03
    A panel discusses Migos, Lil Yachty and more of the city’s budding stars on Popcast.
  104. What Happens When Nashville Outsiders Become Country’s Big Stars?2017/02/24
    The city synonymous with the country music business is in transition. How is it dealing with rapid change, and the Trump era? A panel discusses on Popcast.
  105. Were There Any Real Winners at the Grammys?2017/02/14
    It was an awards show filled with flubs, tear, apologies and protests. The New York Times pop music writers discuss Adele, Beyoncé, Chance the Rapper and more on Popcast.
  106. Will the Grammy Awards End With a Big Surprise?2017/02/10
    The New York Times pop team debates whether Sturgill Simpson will pull out a surprise victory in a night stacked with Adele vs. Beyoncé face-offs.
  107. Punk Rock Is Alive and Well, No Politics Required2017/02/03
    The current political climate doesn’t come up even once during the latest Popcast, a conversation about Japandroids, the Menzingers and the state of rock.
  108. The War Over ‘La La Land’: Gotta Hear Both Sides2017/01/27
    The toast of Hollywood has divided our culture writers. Two of the movie’s boosters go to battle with two of its critics in this week’s Popcast.
  109. The Crooner in Chief: Barack Obama’s Musical Legacy2017/01/20
    He brought soul and hip-hop into the White House like no president before him. A discussion of Mr. Obama’s most powerful musical moments, on this week’s Popcast.
  110. Hip-Hop’s Elders and Youth Go to Battle (Again)2017/01/13
    Should rap’s young stars have more reverence for the genre’s pioneers, and vice versa? A conversation about hip-hop’s latest generation-gap struggles.
  111. Mariah Carey and New Year’s Eve: Is the Fantasy Over?2017/01/06
  112. 10 Songs That Tell the Story of 20162016/12/30
  113. The Year in Jazz Music2016/12/23
  114. Pop Music Trends in 20162016/12/16
  115. The Best Albums of 20162016/12/09
  116. For Bruno Mars and the Weeknd, the Past as Muse2016/12/02
  117. Revisiting Kanye West's 'The Life of Pablo'2016/11/25
  118. Mourning the Greats: Leonard Cohen, Leon Russell and Mose Allison2016/11/18
  119. Popcast: Division and Unity in Pop, and Beyond2016/11/12
  120. Popcast: A Tribe Called Quest Returns2016/11/05
  121. Popcast: What’s Next for Kesha?2016/10/29
  122. Popcast: Nu-Dance Rises With Help From Streaming2016/10/22
  123. Dylancast: Bob Dylan Wins the Nobel Prize!2016/10/15
  124. Popcast: Tyler Glenn at the Crossroads2016/10/08
  125. Popcast: Finding the Joy (and Humor) in Bon Iver’s Pain2016/09/30
  126. Popcast: The Next Teen Star Machine2016/09/23
  127. Popcast: Fall Preview2016/09/16
  128. Popcast: The Return of New York Rap2016/09/10
  129. Popcast: Stardom in the Age of Social Media2016/09/02
  130. Popcast: Frank Ocean Returns2016/08/25
  131. Popcast: Race and Hip-Hop, a Conversation2016/08/19
  132. Popcast: Janet Jackson and the Legacy of ‘Control’2016/08/12
  133. Popcast: A Send-Off for Ben Ratliff2016/08/05
  134. Popcast: Gucci Mane and Atlanta Hip-Hop2016/07/29
  135. Popcast: Dissecting the Legacy of Alan Vega and Suicide2016/07/22
  136. Popcast: The Return of Pop-Punk and Emo2016/07/15
  137. Popcast: J Balvin’s Reggaeton Mission2016/07/08
  138. Popcast: Prince’s Fateful Flight and Judith Hill’s Story2016/06/24
  139. Popcast: Techno’s Dual Identity2016/06/10
  140. Popcast: Hip-Hop Concerts and the Police2016/06/03
  141. Popcast: Arthur Russell2016/05/27
  142. Popcast: Chance the Rapper and Drake2016/05/20
  143. Popcast: Radiohead and James Blake2016/05/12
  144. Popcast: Britney Spears2016/05/08
  145. Popcast: Beyoncé Serves Up ‘Lemonade’2016/04/26
  146. Popcast: Caetano Veloso2016/04/22
  147. Popcast: Remembering Prince2016/04/22
  148. Popcast:Country Music Agitators2016/04/16
  149. Popcast: Jazz Artists in Exile2016/04/08
  150. Popcast: Jazz in Museums2016/03/25
  151. Popcast: Gwen Stefani Returns2016/03/18
  152. Popcast: The Art and Future of Criticism2016/03/11
  153. Popcast: Macklemore’s Aesthetic Mission2016/02/26
  154. Popcast: Kanye West”s Unfinished Album2016/02/19
  155. Popcast: Beyonce and Rihanna Take a Different Approach2016/02/12
  156. Popcast: R&B’s New Identity2016/01/29
  157. Popcast: Tropical House Movement2016/01/22
  158. Popcast: Love, Death and David Bowie2016/01/13
  159. Popcast: Jazz Moments of 20152016/01/08
  160. Popcast: Making Sense of 2015 in Music2015/12/30
  161. Popcast: Best Songs of 20152015/12/23
  162. Popcast: Best Albums of 20152015/12/18
  163. Popcast: Joe Casey of Protomartyr2015/12/11
  164. Popcast: Sophie and Grimes2015/12/04
  165. Popcast: The Return of Adele2015/11/13
  166. Popcast: Taylor Swift and Drake, Friendship vs. Partnership2015/11/06
  167. Popcast: Joanna Newsom2015/10/30
  168. Popcast: Justin Bieber Is Back. Thank Poo Bear.2015/10/16
  169. Popcast: The Influence of ‘808s and Heartbreak’2015/10/09
  170. Popcast: Janet Jackson Returns With ‘Unbreakable’2015/10/02
  171. Lin-Manuel Miranda On How Hip-Hop Influenced Him and ‘Hamilton’2015/09/25
  172. Popcast: Jen Shyu Explores the Unknown2015/09/18
  173. Popcast: Jon Batiste and ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’2015/09/10
  174. Popcast: 2015 MTV Video Music Awards2015/09/01
  175. Popcast: The Weeknd2015/08/28
  176. Popcast: ‘Where Are Ü Now’2015/08/25
  177. Carly Rae Jepsen Grows Up2015/08/21
  178. Popcast: ‘Straight Outta Compton’2015/08/14
  179. Drake’s Bully Pulpit2015/08/07
  180. Popcast: Titus Andronicus2015/07/31
  181. Popcast: Prince Royce, Pitbull and Multilingual Pop Music2015/07/24
  182. Reggae’s Summer Flirtation2015/07/17
  183. Hip-Hop’s Silent Majority2015/07/10
  184. Apple Music and Beats 12015/06/26
  185. Popcast: “Tomatoes” Giving Country Its Bite2015/06/19
  186. Popcast: Tenement’s Bright Double Album2015/06/12
  187. Jason Derulo Glides Across Genres2015/06/05
  188. ASAP Rocky Returns to a Haze2015/05/29
  189. Shamir’s Distinctive Voice2015/05/22
  190. Joey Alexander, the Young Jazz Sensation2015/05/15
  191. U2 Prepares to Go on Tour2015/05/08
  192. New Albums By Zac Brown Band and Tyler Farr2015/05/01
  193. Kamasi Washington and the West Coast Get Down2015/04/24
  194. How Much Festival Is Too Much Festival?2015/04/17
  195. The Ongoing Evolution of Charles Lloyd2015/04/10
  196. Kendrick Lamar, Dissenting From the Mainstream as He Influences It2015/03/27
  197. On ‘Empire’: The Show, the Music and the Calamitous Finale2015/03/20
  198. Blurred Legal Lines2015/03/13
  199. Madonna is Still Madonna On ‘Rebel Heart’2015/03/06
  200. Who Is Boots?2015/02/20
  201. Grammys Post-Mortem2015/02/10
  202. Björk Gets Personal2015/01/30
  203. Departed Tastemakers: ASAP Yams and Kim Fowley2015/01/23
  204. Sleater-Kinney Returns2015/01/16
  205. All About Meghan Trainor2015/01/09
  206. The Year in Jazz 20142015/01/02
  207. The Year in Pop 20142014/12/19
  208. The Best Albums of 20142014/12/12
  209. The Pop Savvy of ‘Beyond the Lights’2014/12/05
  210. London Calls Mary J. Blige2014/11/21
  211. How Bobby Shmurda Danced Into the Hot 1002014/11/14
  212. Dave Grohl’s ‘Sonic Highways’2014/11/07
  213. Listening to Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’2014/10/27
  214. The Myth of Scott Walker2014/10/17
  215. Tinashe, FKA Twigs and the Semantics of R&B2014/10/10
  216. Parsing Steve Coleman’s Genius2014/09/26
  217. What We Talk About When We Talk About Chris Brown2014/09/19
  218. U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’: Gift or Spam?2014/09/12
  219. Our Vacations with Ariana Grande and Kate Bush2014/09/05
  220. The Alchemist2014/08/08
  221. Songs of the Summer2014/08/01

The Popcast is hosted by Jon Caramanica, a pop music critic for The New York Times. It covers the latest in popular music criticism, trends and news.

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