Rock & Roll radio history seen through the eyes of XRT DJ¹s. Stories of legendary interviews, career-defining moments, and opinions on current events in music. Hosted by XRT¹s Digital Producer Marty Rosenbaum
The Mystique And Intrigue Of Halloween Concerts
We take a look at the history of rock and roll Halloween. From artists "dressing up" as other bands and covering their albums to some truly bizarre instances, Halloween is the best day on the calendar for music.
The Unlikely Comeback Of The Cassette Tape
Casette Tape sales have grown rapidly over the past few years. Doug Kaplan, co-owner of the record label Hausu Mountain, specializes in tape releases and joins us to discuss why the format has become popular again.
Are Music Festival Lineups All The Same Now?
Are Lollapalooza, Coachella, and Bonnaroo all the same now? Or are their lineups still unique all these years later?
Where Have All The Live Albums Gone?
XRT's night guy Ryan Arnold joins to discuss how musicians have reinvented the way they distribute their live material to fans.
How Music & Artists Become A Guilty Pleasure Pt. 2
A conversation about the psychology of guilty pleasure music with Dr. Nicholas Wallin, an Associate Professor at Lake Forest College.
How Music & Artists Become A Guilty Pleasure Pt. 1
We study the artists most commonly associated as "guilty pleasures" and aim to find out why that's the case.
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