Rolling Stone Tunes Now Podcasts’ Ideal 2020 Conversations

When our Rolling Stone New music Now podcast isn’t spotlighting interviews with current stars and music legends, it options music conversations and debates that span genres and eras. Here’s the greatest of 2020 push play below to listen now, or go to  iTunes or Spotify to hear any episode and subscribe.

Claire Shaffer, Brittany Spanos, and Rob Sheffield be a part of us to operate by means of the remarkably constant catalog of Fiona Apple, from this year’s acclaimed Fetch the Bolt Cutters to 1996’s Tidal.

We rejoice the 20th anniversary of Britney Spears’ next album, Oops!… I Did It Again, with Rob Sheffield (who wrote Rolling Stone‘s review upon the album’s launch) and Brittany Spanos likely monitor by track through the album with host Brian Hiatt. Also, Nigel Dick, who directed the title track’s movie, appears back.

We search at the extraordinary good results of BTS, right before going again as a result of the wild heritage of boy bands, with Jezebel senior writer Maria Sherman, creator Much larger Than Lifetime: A Background of Boy Bands from NKOTB to BTS, becoming a member of Brittany Spanos and Rob Sheffield.

We converse about the bizarre 2020 Grammys, and the greater point out of the establishment, with Brittany Spanos and Rob Sheffield.

Angie Martoccio, Jon Dolan, and Simon Vozick-Levinson join us to discuss about the underrated 21st century work of Bob Dylan.

Obtain and subscribe to our weekly podcast, Rolling Stone Tunes Now, hosted by Brian Hiatt, on iTunes or Spotify (or anywhere you get your podcasts), and look at out a few years’ value of episodes in the archive, such as in-depth, job-spanning interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Halsey, Neil Younger, Phoebe Bridgers, the Countrywide, Dua Lipa, Alicia Keys, Questlove, Julian Casablancas, Sheryl Crow, Johnny Marr, Scott Weiland, Liam Gallagher, Alice Cooper, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis Costello, Donald Fagen, Phil Collins, Justin Townes Earle,  Stephen Malkmus, Sebastian Bach, Tom Petty, Eddie Van Halen, Kelly Clarkson, Pete Townshend, Bob Seger, the Zombies, Gary Clark Jr., and lots of more — furthermore dozens of episodes that includes genre-spanning conversations, debates, and explainers with Rolling Stone’s critics and reporters. Tune in each and every Friday at 1 p.m. ET to listen to Rolling Stone Music Now broadcast on SiriusXM’s Quantity, channel 106.