43 Min Released Dec 1, 2016

50. How to Listen to Music in 4 Easy Steps

50 episodes in, hosts Charlie and Nate take a step back to think about how they listen to music and try to define what might be called The Switched on Method™. "Hallelujah," by the late, great Leonard Cohen, acts as a perfect test case for breaking down listening into four key layers: 1) The Liner Notes, 2) The Needle Drop, 3) The Scratch, and 4) The Remix. Through this patented process, artistic revelations are all but guaranteed, with Cohen's opus no exception — his modern classic is not all it appears to be. 

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  • Leonard Cohen - "Hallelujah"
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Switched On Pop

Breaking down how popular music works

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