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Which Rapper Has the Best Vocabulary?

Episode 199 • September 2, 2017

Data doesn't lie! With some in-depth analysis, you can see exactly which rappers have the best (and worst) variety of words in their lyrics.

What is "Gated Reverb"?

Episode 198 • August 30, 2017

This peculiar recording technique was discovered by accident in the early 1980s, and it quickly became the quintessential sound of a decade.

A Look Back at the Fisher Price Record Player

Episode 197 • August 26, 2017

This classic toy with brightly-colored plastic records has inspired children for generations. And believe it or not, you can still buy one today.

Review of "A Common Wonder" by Amerigo Gazaway

Episode 196 • August 19, 2017

In his latest album, Gazaway seamlessly blends the musical stylings of Common and Stevie Wonder into a lifelike rap/soul collaboration.

Review of "Heat" by Poolside

Episode 195 • August 5, 2017

The masters of daytime disco are finally back with their sophomore album! Kick back by the pool and enjoy these smooth summer jams.

Review of "Baby Driver"

Episode 194 • July 31, 2017

In a bold yet refreshing move, Edgar Wright's latest action film bears a soundtrack of pop songs that plays continuously through every scene.

Review of "Point Pleasant" by Brock Berrigan

Episode 193 • May 27, 2017

The man behind the chicken mask is back! His new album continues his signature musical style without a hitch... but is that a good thing?

Review of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"

Episode 192 • May 21, 2017

This film's predecessor was lauded for its prominent soundtrack featuring a mix of classic songs. How does this one stack up in comparison?

The Million Dollar McDonald's Record

Episode 191 • May 14, 2017

In the late 1980s, McDonald's ran a peculiar ad campaign featuring flexi-records, a song about their menu, and a chance to win $1,000,000.

What Was the Voice-O-Graph?

Episode 190 • May 8, 2017

Introduced in the 1940s, this unique booth found at fairgrounds and arcades allowed patrons to record themselves onto vinyl records.