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Today we kickoff our 12-episode season analyzing the music, lyrics, and meaning of Tyler The Creator’s 2019 genre-bending album, IGOR.
Introducing LAST SONG STANDING, a new show in which Cole Cuchna (Dissect) and Charles Holmes (The Ringer) attempt the impossible: crowning the single best Kendrick Lamar song of all time.
To do this, Cole and Charles will debate their way through Kendrick’s entire catalog over 7 episodes. First up? good kid, m.A.A.d. city.
Listen to LAST SONG STANDING now on the Dissect feed.
Dissect host Cole Cuchna had the honor of giving a TEDx Talk at UC Berkeley. Through the music of Kanye West, Ariana Grande, and Dimitri Shostakovich, Cole shared his belief in the power of listening to cultivate empathy and understanding.
Season 9 is dedicated to Mac Miller’s Swimming In Circles. Over 14 episodes, we dissect the music, lyrics, and meaning of Mac’s beautifully honest efforts to swim amidst the often tumultuous currents of the human experience.
We went ALL OUT for our new Season 8 merch. Printed on the highest quality heavy weight luxury garments, these pieces will have you dripping all summer. Extremely limited single run.
BLACK IS KING. A mini-series. 7 episodes released over 7 days starting Monday, January 25th. Only on Spotify.
Dissect applies its award-winning analysis to the symbols, themes, and meaning of Beyonce’s film BLACK IS KING. From Dogon masks to durags, from Moses to Mansa Musa, from Bey’s backyard to Johannesburg, and from life, death, and the spiritual spaces in between, BLACK IS KING traverses freely across time, space, and cultures to highlight their connection and showcase a greater, unified Black lineage. Through this grand celebration of the Motherland, Beyonce demonstrates the profound connection that we all have to each other in this great circle of life on planet earth.