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The Best Albums of 2020
From Bad Bunny to the Weeknd, from Bob Dylan to Ariana Grande, we dig into last year’s best, with host Brian Hiatt joined by Brittany Spanos, Rob Sheffield, and Simon Vozick-Levinson
Diane Warren: My Life in Songs
The legendary songwriter, who's releasing her debut album later this year, shares stories from songs spanning her entire career, from "Rhythm of the Night" to "I Don't Want to Miss A Thing," with host Brian Hiatt
BEST OF RSMN: Justin Townes Earle: The Rolling Stone Interview
In 2019, a year before Earle's passing, the singer-songwriter sat down for an intimate interview with host Brian Hiatt
Taylor Swift's 'Evermore': The Ultimate Breakdown
We examine Taylor Swift's latest surprise album, track by track, with Rob Sheffield and Brittany Spanos joining host Brian Hiatt
The Best Songs of 2020
From the Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" to Lady Gaga's "Stupid Love," we look back at the year in songs, with Brittany Spanos and Rob Sheffield joining host Brian Hiatt
Musicians on Musicians! Lil' Wayne/Lil' Baby; Lars Ulrich/Phoebe Bridgers; Brittany Howard/Margo Price
From Rolling Stone's annual Musicians on Musicians package, we feature revealing conversations between Lil' Wayne and Lil' Baby; Metallica's Lars Ulrich and Phoebe Bridgers; and Brittany Howard and Margo Price
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Entertaining but audio clips poorly timed
In recent episodes, the clips of music are really poorly timed and you can’t even hear them because people are talking over them. Your older episodes did a great job with this. Also, it's comical to listen to old episodes and hear them while about how bad 2017 and 2018 were after finishing 2020.
Just listened to their review of the just turned 20 KidA by Radiohead and enjoyed it very much. Good analysis but not boring or overdone.
Only giving this 1 star because I can’t give it 0.
Terrible episode. You skip over Faces (2014), entirely; the most clear and pivotal shift in his artistry. Limited discussion of Swimming.
No mention of Mac putting on Chance the Rapper. No mention of his relationship with ScHoolboy Q and the rest of TDE. These guys spent more time linking Mac to Macklemore?????
The host of this podcast is a total narcissist who is way more concerned about plugging himself and his previous interviews than actually discussing Mac as an artist. What a “me” guy.
What a waste of 41 minutes.