A collection of the greatest music stories never told. Music journalist and author Jessica Hopper takes the reins for season two.
John Fahey’s guitar playing influenced the sound of the American underground for generations. But how does that legacy change when you hear from three of the women who knew him best?
The rock band Fanny ruled the Sunset Strip in the 1970s, and they were supposed to be the next big thing. They explain the price women pay for being ahead of their time.
Synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani used an esoteric instrument to design some of the most well-known commercial sounds of the 20th century.
Poet and author Hanif Abdurraqib's letter to Cat Power about how her album The Greatest worked its way into his life.
The Freeze were an early American punk band. Now, 40 years later, two members reckon with the lyrics they wrote as teenagers.
On this season of Lost Notes, the music journalist and author Jessica Hopper is looking at artist legacies. How do they hold up? How do they change over time?
The strange story of the postwar pop standard "Nature Boy" and its enigmatic creator, eden ahbez.
Legendary DJ/crate-digger Cut Chemist professes his love for Cymande’s 1972 self-titled debut.
Oct. 10, 2018