On the first episode of Sound of Conspiracies, Nick is joined by Jacob from the What's Your Spaghetti Policy Podcast to talk about one of the most discussed conspiracy theories in music history. Was Paul McCartney killed in a car accident and secretly replaced by a lookalike? Hear all of the evidence and make your own conclusion. 

This is a brand new sub-show where Nick teaches his friend Jacob all about the biggest conspiracy theories in music history. The first episode should be dropping soon! 

We're super excited for you guys to hear this new project. 

 

Today we talk about one of the most powerful vocalists in the history of music: Aretha Franklin. 

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November 25, 2021

Episode 51: James Brown

In this episode, we discuss the life and legacy of James Brown and Mika learns that she might not like him all that much. 

 

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November 12, 2021

Episode 50: Funk

We haven't talked about funk yet, so Mika and Nick take some time to examine this new genre and some of the key players in it, like PFunk, Sly and the Family Stone, and Professor Longhair. 

 

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October 28, 2021

Bonus Episode: Phil Spector

Phil Spector is the most notorious and potentially the most influential producer in music history. Mika and Nick take a look at his complicated past. 

October 7, 2021

Episode 49: Diana Ross

Diana Ross is one of the most powerful forces in the history of American music. She paved the way for so many great artists after her. Mika and Nick take a look at her life and her work - at least her work so far. 

 

September 23, 2021

Episode 48: Motown

Led by the somewhat controversial Berry Gordy, Motown dominated pop music for most of the 60s. Mika and Nick take a look at the label and what the Motown sound actually was. 

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September 11, 2021

The Beatles Special

The Beatles are arguably the biggest band to ever exist. Mika and Nick briefly examine their story and their impact. 

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The Rolling Stones have been called the Greatest Rock and Roll Band. Mika and Nick take a look at their history and some of their music as they continue to talk about the British Invasion. 

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