The Popcast is hosted by Jon Caramanica, a pop music critic for The New York Times. It covers the latest in popular music criticism, trends and news.


Title Date published
How Chuck Berry Became a Rock ’n’ Roll Mastermind 2017-03-22
The Billboard Charts Are Wackier Than Ever: What’s Going On? 2017-03-17
The Greatest Trick Ed Sheeran Ever Pulled Was Convincing the World He’s an Underdog 2017-03-10
What Future and Migos Tell Us About Atlanta’s Rap Dominance 2017-03-03
What Happens When Nashville Outsiders Become Country’s Big Stars? 2017-02-24
Were There Any Real Winners at the Grammys? 2017-02-14
Will the Grammy Awards End With a Big Surprise? 2017-02-10
Punk Rock Is Alive and Well, No Politics Required 2017-02-03
The War Over ‘La La Land’: Gotta Hear Both Sides 2017-01-27
The Crooner in Chief: Barack Obama’s Musical Legacy 2017-01-20
Hip-Hop’s Elders and Youth Go to Battle (Again) 2017-01-13
Mariah Carey and New Year’s Eve: Is the Fantasy Over? 2017-01-06
10 Songs That Tell the Story of 2016 2016-12-30
The Year in Jazz Music 2016-12-23
Pop Music Trends in 2016 2016-12-16
The Best Albums of 2016 2016-12-09
For Bruno Mars and the Weeknd, the Past as Muse 2016-12-02
Revisiting Kanye West's 'The Life of Pablo' 2016-11-25
Mourning the Greats: Leonard Cohen, Leon Russell and Mose Allison 2016-11-18
Popcast: Division and Unity in Pop, and Beyond 2016-11-12

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