Season 1

    James Brown, the Godfather of Soul, created the DNA for funk. Musicians LA Buckner and Nahre Sol explore how he created funk music, as well as how Brown's music influenced hip hop. They break down the sound of the genre, and create their own funky original song in the process.

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    The Metal Scream: From Nordic Vikings to Black Sabbath

    The origin of screaming in music goes back to the Nordic Vikings.

    The Metal Scream: From Nordic Vikings to Black Sabbath

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    Music from the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence

    Music from the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence

    Music from the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence

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    How Trap Music Took Over

    Gucci Mane and T.I. both claim to be the creators of trap music, but are they?

    How Trap Music Took Over

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    Why Does Sarah McLachlan’s “Angel” Sound So Sad?

    Someone grab the tissues. What is it about a sad song that makes it sound sad?

    Why Does Sarah McLachlan’s “Angel” Sound So Sad?

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    How James Brown Invented Funk

    Get on up! What is it about James Brown's music that makes it sound so funky?

    How James Brown Invented Funk