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The 2001 Song Draft

Plus, Charles, Grace, and Lani make their picks for 2001’s Best Music Video and Best Karaoke Song

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WTF Is ‘Dear Evan Hansen’? Plus: Plagiarism in the Age of Forgetting.

Charles, Grace, and Lani answer the question the world has been asking: Can Ben Platt play a convincing teenager? Then Charles is joined by Nate Rogers to talk about issues musicians face in an extra-litigious world.

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‘Watch the Throne 2’? Plus: ‘Hey Arnold!’ Turns 25, Feat. Jim Lang

Charles Holmes and Justin Charity discuss the possibility of a ‘Watch the Throne 2’ before Lani Renaldo sits down with ‘Hey Arnold!’ composer Jim Lang to talk about the lasting impact of the show’s soundtrack

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How ‘Hey Arnold!’ and Its Iconic Score Introduced a Generation to Jazz

A conversation with composer Jim Lang, whose music challenged kids but also hooked them in

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Best of Music of 2021 (So Far). Plus: The Vince Staples Album

Charles and Grace are joined by producers Justin Sayles and Lani Renaldo to talk about the best albums and songs of 2021. Then, Charles and Julian Kimble discuss the Long Beach rapper’s unique storytelling abilities and his new album.

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Migos’s ‘Culture III’ Review. Plus: Can Lin-Manuel Miranda Rap?

Charles Holmes and Justin Charity critique the Atlanta rap trio’s new album, which features Drake, Cardi B, and more

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Critical Reevaluation: Are All Musicals Bad?

Plus, a conversation with Rostam about his new album, ‘Changephobia’

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Rostam and the Art of Evolution

The producer and multi-instrumentalist drops by ‘The Ringer Music Show’ to discuss his new album, ‘Changephobia,’ and why the upcoming generation holds so much power

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Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Review. Plus: Is Pop-Punk Back?

Kate Halliwell and Lani Renaldo join Charles to talk about Rodrigo’s major label debut before Grace Spelman returns to the pod to discuss the state of pop-punk and more

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‘Yasuke’ and the Rise of Anime Soundtracks, Feat. Flying Lotus and Kevin Penkin

Charles sits down with Grammy-nominated composer Flying Lotus to better understand how he scored ‘Yasuke.’ Then he talks with Milan Records senior vice president JC Chamboredon and composer Kevin Penkin to discuss the rise of anime in the U.S.