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The Fascinating History of Hidden Tracks

Episode 158 • June 10, 2016

Over the last 50 years, artists have found all kinds of ways to hide secret tracks in their albums. Some are harder to find than others!

Who Composed Bob Ross' Theme Song?

Episode 157 • June 6, 2016

Larry Muhoberac, the musician behind the "Joy of Painting" theme song, spent his career with some of the biggest names in music. Who knew?

What Were Cereal Box Records?

Episode 156 • June 4, 2016

From the early 50s to the mid 80s, major cereal companies marketed working cardboard records that could be cut out from the back of the box.

Songs With False Endings

Episode 155 • May 31, 2016

The "false ending" is a strange phenomenon that's popped up in many songs over the past several decades. What are the reasons behind this?

Songs About Chicken

Episode 154 • May 22, 2016

Chicken is something we all know and love, but why are we dedicating an entire episode to it? Because it's delicious and we're out of ideas.

Review of "Contact High Mixtape" by Poolside

Episode 153 • May 15, 2016

The masters of chill summer music have added another mixtape to their arsenal. Interestingly, it's some of their finest and poorest work.

Review of "Still Waters" by Breakbot

Episode 152 • May 9, 2016

It's time to dissect Breakbot's sophomore album of electro-disco jams. Can it hold its own in the shadow of his successful debut album?

Review of "Changes" by Charles Bradley

Episode 151 • May 1, 2016

Charles Bradley is among the finest contemporary voices carrying the torch for soul music. Here's our thoughts on his latest album release.

The College Radio Reunion Special!

Episode 150 • April 24, 2016

We've brought together all four DJs from our original college radio show. It's time to share a few laughs and recall those formative years.

Why are Compilation Albums a Thing?

Episode 149 • April 16, 2016

There are many variations of compilation albums, but why do they exist in the first place? Do they serve a purpose alongside studio albums?