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Do you want to know what’s going on in popular music but don’t feel like sifting through the internet to find out? If you answered yes, then welcome to Last Row, a music podcast for the fans in the back. From news and concert reviews to artists on the rise and the best new music, we’ll give you a weekly rundown of what’s happening in pop, rap, rock, and even country. 

Hosted by Josh Morrissey and Christine Werthman.


Aug 21, 2019

This week's setlist:

- Billie Eilish takes over #1 from Lil Nas X

- Pitchfork devotes a whole week to Taylor Swift

- How de-mixing technology is improving the audio for the new Woodstock 50th anniversary compilation

- A woman is upset because her husband got a Sublime tattoo

- Bon Iver's new album i,i

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Aug 7, 2019

This week on Last Row we talk about Lollapalooza (including Shaquille O’Neal’s DJ set), the death of Woodstock 50, Katy Perry losing her court battle over the song Dark Horse to a Christian rapper, new old music from Drake, and Tyler Childers’ new album Country Squire

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Jul 30, 2019

We explain Old Town Road's journey from a Nine Inch Nails banjo sample, to Billy Ray Cyrus, to the longest running #1 song in the history of popular music.

We also discuss the troubled Woodstock 50th anniversary concert, this past weekend’s Newport Folk Festival, and the new Chance the Rapper album.

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Jul 23, 2019

Welcome to Last Row!

This week's setlist:

- Grimes' insane workout routine and eye modification

- The Iowa government official who loves Tupac

- Josh tries to guess which Iggy Azalea lyrics are real

- Is it time for Chillwave to make a comeback?

- The resurgence of the Diana Ross song It's My House

- New music from King...

Jul 10, 2019

This week we talk about Dave Navarro’s gross attempt at a romantic gesture towards Fiona Apple, Taylor Swift’s loss of her master records, the live-action Little Mermaid movie, the new Kim Petras album (and the backlash from her working with Dr. Luke), and Whitney Houston’s cover of Steve Winwood’s...