Best popmusic podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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One song per episode, Legal. Free. Just the way your want them, plus info about the music and where to get more. Discover many IndieFeed genres and shows. www.indiefeed.com Track us at www.twitter.com/indiefeed
 
Discover new Pop Music! The SongCast Spotlight Show podcast features up and coming Pop artists from around the world.Shows are hosted by DJ Joe Kleon.
 
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POP MUSIC TODAY
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cool playlist for you.
 
Maximumpop.co.uk pop music interview podcasts. No dull popstars allowed.
 
DJ Henoch brings to you the latest mixes recorded live.
 
Intro to Indie pop artists reach new fans through radio and podcast play.
 
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Chart Music
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The podcast that rams its hand down the settee of the greatest pop TV show ever. Each episode takes one random episode of Top Of The Pops and breaks it down to its very last compound, from the tunes to the audience reaction to what colour silk bomber jacket the presenter is wearing that week. Hosted by Al Needham, with huge assistance from some of the UK's toppermost music writers, it's an unflinching gaze into the open wound of pop culture and a celebration of Thursday evenings past.
 
Two Less Lonely Girls is a weekly 30-minute (or under) podcast where comedians/adult women CORINNE FISHER (#GWF: The Anti Slut-Shaming Podcast) and ROSEBUD BAKER (Elite Daily) publicly stalk JUSTIN BIEBER. Each week, they dissect the meaning behind Bieber’s lyrics, scandals, and relationships with various women. It's like Fatal Attraction for your ears! The world is filled with terror and sadness and there’s only one person who can help us in these dire times - The Biebs.
 
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Popchops
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Dan & Andy bring a weekly take on pop music that is unashamedly passionate, cheeky, sorrynotsorry and informative. Like pop music itself, Popchops is an escape from reality - where friendship never ends, love don't cost a thing and the party don't start 'till you walk in.
 
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Popcast
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The Popcast is hosted by Jon Caramanica, a pop music critic for The New York Times. It covers the latest in pop music criticism, trends and news.
 
English Metrical Psalms: poetry, politics and pop music - Dr Amy Morris
 
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Inside Pop
Weekly
 
The weekly podcast that dives inside the world of pop culture.
 
Music lyrics mean something, but too often we hear songs on the radio without really understanding them intellectually or emotionally. The Pop Song Professor Podcast is about using research and deep-thinking analysis to understand what our favorite artists are telling us. I, Clifford Stumme, the host, teach literature at a university in Virginian and love using my skills to explain songs while having fun doing it! But remember that this podcast is always a conversation, so be sure to email m ...
 
Two grown women forget to act their age as they talk about the magic, madness, heaven and sin behind one Taylor Swift. Join hosts Shelby and Ashley each week for a probably nuanced, definitely biased "taysplanation" on what exactly the fans, the haters, and everyone in-between needs to know about America's most notorious pop princess. Be sure to subscribe via your favorite podcast platforms and follow your hosts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @swiftishpodcast today!
 
Dan Hanzus and Bob Castrone love listening to music- almost as much as they love hanging out in a garage and talking about it. On The Throwback Podcast, lifelong friends revisit important albums from their past and go through them--track by track-- with fresh ears. From the classics to the cringeworthy, every week is a throwback.
 
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Ask Me About Kpop
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Self-taught super-fans Shannon and Angelica can't imagine a world without Kpop. And now you don't have to! Whether you're brand new to the scene, or you've been a stan for years, Ask Me About Kpop will explore everything from how Kpop works, to popular groups today.
 
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DJkit Podcast
Weekly
 
We're super excited to invite you to our brand new weekly podcast series! Every Thursday from 9pm, host Ratzi will be chopping his way through commercial, underground, throwback and old school vibes, as well as mixes, interviews and album exclusives from special guests! However, the show isn't only about music! Every month Ratzi will be testing and reviewing a new piece of industry standard equipment! All of the podcasts will be recorded live on the particular decks / controller featured tha ...
 
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Music FridayLive!
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Where we interview emerging bands, listen to music and get ready for the weekend.
 
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Switched On Pop
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Pop music surrounds us, but how often do we really listen to what we’re hearing? Switched on Pop is the podcast that pulls back the curtain on pop music. Each episode, join musicologist Nate Sloan and songwriter Charlie Harding as they reveal the secret formulas that make pop songs so infectious. By figuring out how pop hits work their magic, you’ll fall in love with songs you didn’t even know you liked.
 
Dan Hanzus and Bob Castrone love listening to music- almost as much as they love hanging out in a garage and talking about it. On The Throwback Podcast, lifelong friends revisit important albums from their past and go through them--track by track-- with fresh ears. From the classics to the cringeworthy, every week is a throwback.
 
The D-Hour Radio Network is the home of real entertainment radio and "THE" premiere online radio network. We showcase dynamically dynamite radio shows for the sole purpose of entertaining your listening ear. Here on the D-hour Show Radio network we take pride in providing an outlet for Celebrity Artists, Underground Artists, Indie Artists, Producers, Entertainers, Entrepreneurs, Internet Stars and future business owners. We discuss topics of all forms and have a great time while doing so. We ...
 
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K-Pop Unmuted
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A podcast dedicated to in-depth discussion of Korean Pop Music hosted by Stephen Knight and Scott Interrante. Part of the Pop Unmuted family.
 
Mark Kermode conducts a very personal tour of the last 60 years of pop music in cinema
 
A weekly look into Korean Pop music, hosted by Joccarri and Thai. Where some of their opinions can be unpretty.
 
The Legacy Pop podcasts tell the stories behind our classic Pop artists and albums.
 
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Chicago K Pop
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Chicago K Pop is as podcast that dives into the world of Korean Pop music through the eyes of a young man in Chicago.
 
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POPcast
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Pop is everything. From Adele to David Guetta. Is not hard to understand that pop can fascinate all kind of people because is the only music gender with no rules. People can make a song go pop without mattering its tempo or the instruments on it. From this fascination rises POP., to provide you the best new tracks, playlists and exclusive mixes. Find more in http://itspop.party/.
 
Billboard senior editor Rebecca Milzoff chats with Broadway's current stars, discussing today's most exciting musical theater and its overlap with pop music.
 
Pop! Goes The Metal is a podcast hosted by two metal heads, who review mainstream popular music albums from the 1950's to the current day. We do our reviews LIVE and hear and review the songs for the first time on air.
 
No guilt. Only pleasure. A pop music podcast hosted by Steven Ray Morris (@stevenraymorris) and Analise Nelson (@iamanabot). New episodes every Monday.
 
DANCE MUSIC SETS AND POP MUSIC REMIXED!
 
Counting-down and over-analyzing the best songs from the best decade in pop music history (the 1980s) with confrontational banter. With your hosts: DJ CK1 and AK-47.
 
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The Great Albums
Weekly+
 
Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
 
Talking About Thinking About Records is a podcast that lives up to its name. Our panel of three slightly angry and not so young men talk--and sometimes think--about pop records of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
 
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Bops & Flops
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Pop music propaganda, hosted by Stevie Logan
 
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The Chartographers
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"Every album: ranked." The Chartographers is your go-to pop music podcast. Founded by Evan Sawdey & Taran O'Reilly, The Chartographers invites guests to come by and rank an artists' entire album discography from worst to best. We debate, we joke, and have those music-nerd discussions you've always wanted to have, now streaming on demand. So with new episodes every Tuesday, make sure you keep on listenin' -- 'cos you know that we'll be.[Season 2 has wrapped -- Season 3 coming in 2018]
 
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Sublime Radio
Monthly
 
Great pop music from all time!Ballads, pop, rock, classics, hits, newest... we have it all.
 
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BRAND:NEW
Daily
 
Brand:New, The best indie-pop music! From Monday to Friday
 
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Pop Unmuted
Monthly
 
A podcast dedicated to in-depth discussion of pop music hosted by Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge. On each episode we're joined by bloggers, academics, or musicians to discuss pop music's issues, trends, and latest hits.
 
Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino breaks down reality TV and iconic pop culture moments. Special guests deep dive with Danny into the topics we all care about-- real housewives, pop music, actresses over 50, and whatever else he wants to talk about. :)
 
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DJ Duce Show !!!
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Monthly hip hop and r&b podcast with emphasis on indy producers and artist. Check out www.djduce.wordpress.com !!!!
 
This is Hear Me Out, the podcast where Winston Noel and Alden Ford, along with a special guest each episode, explore the songs we love, no matter what literally everyone else says. We are not music officials. We are not music critics or music snobs. We are unqualified on every level to provide any cogent analysis of why a song is good or bad. All we know is, there are songs we just can’t stop loving, even though the world passed its harsh judgment on them long ago. So every episode we sit do ...
 
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This Is Pop?
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An in-depth look at the careers and discographies of the artists that have defined popular music. Hosted by Ryan Gibbs, the music editor for TheYoungFolks.com
 
A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 24 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment.Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming.
 
Matt and Cobley talk about things that they don't really know anything about for about 20 minutes. Then there's a sketch at the end to make it ALL WORTH IT! Probably!
 
pop music for pilgrims
 
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360 Show
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Listen to and enjoy DJ Borhan's Persian DJ mixes from Bia2.com 360 Show. Persian Pop music Persian dance music Persian club songs Persian hit music
 
Cheyenne Kimball's Weekly Video Diary! Come back every week to see a video diary following Cheyenne's adventures!
 
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Pop Talk Podcast
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New podcast talking about all things pop music and culture! Share new songs and topics with us!
 
We celebrate the grooviest sounds of bubblegum pop music with The Archies, Partridge Family, Monkees, Brady Bunch and more!
 
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Domenica Insieme Italian Radio Podcast from Chicago IL the best in Italian Pop Music, News from Italy, and updates on everything happening in Chicago's Italian Community. Hosted by Pat Capriati and John Conenna. Domenica Insieme, programma settimanale (in italiano) da Chicago
 
This current pop music superstar didn't necessarily grow up with pop aspirations. He was classically trained in music and instrument. He honed his craft in rock and then found another outlet. An outlet that is current, but may not always be what he's known for...
 
For boys born in Tennessee, country music is king. This is especially the case when a boy has a grandfather that loves country music. But this boy had other interests as well and it would lead to one of the most successful careers in pop music the public has ever seen. But it all started with a love for country...…
 
In this episode of Deeply Curious we explore the idea that the subconscious brain craves repetition and in turn, pop music, an idea that Derek Thompson writes about in his book Hit Makers. And Sarah has a hard time accepting that the music industry knows that she'll like their song. What we love: Moment Lenses — Love, Simon Books Mentioned: Hit ...…
 
On this week's Pop Culture podcast, hosts Alex O'Neill, Jordan Lee and Sarah Diaz are joined by special guest + Society of Broadcasting member Sreva Alieva for an education in K-Pop music/K-Dramas, as well as Sarah’s Pop Culture News of the week, a discussion about the Lil Dicky/Chris Brown controversy, and most importantly, the pay-off to the ...…
 
I have been writing some new songs that are probably influenced by the fact that I am listening to a lot more pop music than I used to. However, they don't sound like what I'm listening to, despite the fact that I do not feel I have invented some new, groundbreaking genre here. How would you describe this song? Any artists/genres it sounds like ...…
 
In this episode we discuss a range of topics, including: the history of faygoluvers; the gathering of the juggalos; our favorite ICP albums; the status of juggalos on the FBI gang list; the contention between Psychopathic Records and MNE; people who go to juggalo events to make fun of juggalos who end up becoming fans; Scottie's passion and lov ...…
 
Graham Wright from Toronto-based band Tokyo Police Club sits down for a chat about his band's creative process. The Big Bang Theory is referenced more than once. Graham rants about Swedish pop music. In part 2, the band breaks down the recording process of "I Will Follow You" from their 2017 album "As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide"…
 
My guest on this episode of Voices In My Head is Christa Wells. Christa is an award-winning American singer and songwriter who writes deep-reaching, alternative-pop music. In 2006, Christa was named GMA Songwriter of the Year for her song “Held,” recorded by Natalie Grant. She has released five albums as an indie artist (Rogers/Wells Project, F ...…
 
It brings us great joy to bring you this special chat between both Charlotte and Mikky, conducted by Ken Grand-Pierre right before their sets at a sold-out New York show.
 
Sunnye composes Afrikaans hip hop. Liezel sums up Afrikaans pop music. What its like to compete with Tim Ferris. Sunnye attempts to sing. Liezel laughs. Again.
 
Departing from the nauseating dating content from the first two episodes, I get into deep about the world of pop music (aka the devils music) with Ilya Fish and Kyle Reed, who is back and hopefully never leaves me again. Hope you enjoy this one. Still having a few audio issues here and there. I greatly apologize for it. BUT FUCK IT, WE'LL DO IT ...…
 
🌟 Subscribe | 💚 Like show | 💔 Dislike ----------------------------------------- Dan & Andy bring a weekly take on pop music that is unashamedly passionate, cheeky, sorrynotsorry and informative. Like pop music itself, Popchops is an escape from reality - where friendship never ends, love don't cost a thing and the party don't start 'till you wa ...…
 
We were reliably informed this week that Electroclash is back (again) — for that which is dead can never die. We would add that bleak, desperate strains of pop music wear many faces. Cold/Minimal/Synth-wave being just a few of the death rattles of the eternal desire to distort that innate power of pop. And so we have Automelodi’s 2013 LP Surlen ...…
 
This week on Famous Lost Words – We've got two different interviews with The Police which paint a complete picture of the band. We'll discuss what made they different, what made them successful and what ultimately tore them apart. Also, a pretty feisty interview with Chrissie Hynde from 1979, in which Chrissie defiantly talks about making pop m ...…
 
Episode 21 of The Big Event podcast is a tribute the Metallica album “…And Justice for All.” The Big Event host Peter Hartlaub shares his thoughts about the 1988 metal album, and invites Chronicle pop music critic Aidin Vaziri and lifestyles reporter and cannabis reporter Carolyne Zinko to help induct the album into the SF Music Greatest of All ...…
 
CLARA VENICE: Toronto’s Pop-Thereminist Have you ever wondered where those creepy alien sounds in sci-fi movies come from? Clara Venice tells us all about the Theremin, an instrument that you play by “waving your hands around 2 antennas”. It’s the pioneering instrument of electronic music and believe it or not, onlookers have a part in playing ...…
 
Xavier Boyer Cut His Date Short On Valentine’s Day How nice of a guy is Xavier Boyer? So nice that not only did he agree to talk to Alex on Valentine’s Day, he cut his dinner date short with his girlfriend to do it. While she lounged at the restaurant where they’d been eating, Xavier climbed into his car and chatted with Alex about his solo alb ...…
 
Seán talks to Natasha Hamilton of Atomic Kitten about their hit songs, being in one of the most popular girl groups of the 2000s, why they broke up, & more.+ Seán calls Alex to discuss bubblegum pop music.
 
This Must Be The PlaceIn this episode of “This Must Be The Place” David and Elizabeth visit the small Goldfields town of Clunes for the annual Clunes Booktown Festival. As you may pick up from the introduction, Elizabeth was slightly confused about the distinction between “Booktown” and “Booktown Festival”. Whereas (she realised later) “Clunes ...…
 
For episode 48 of Love That Album: The Compilation Edition, Eric has decided to talk about a pair of hyper poppy soundtracks. First up, he talks about the set of songs recorded for 2001’s Josie and the Pussycats, then follows it up with a discussion about the tunes for a 2011 Disney film, Lemonade Mouth. The common link is contemporary pop musi ...…
 
In this episode, the ladies discuss the joys of pop music, the antics of the outlaw, Laura Bullion, and the bloodlust of the cult leader, Magdalena Solis.
 
Mat Reiffe from Razor and Tie Records has a really cool, and different, music career. He was instrumental (pun!) in helping Kidz Bop become the global phenomenon it is today. Now he’s involved in another project called Lullapop Lullabies which is lullaby versions of some of the biggest hits in pop music, and they sound goooooood! Really good. A ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The New Yorker, November 14th 2016 (William Finnegan, Alexandra Schwartz, Jeffrey Toobin)Author: William Finnegan, Alexandra Schwartz, Jeffrey ToobinNarrator: Todd MundtFormat: HighlightsLength: 2 hrs and 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 11-09-16 ...…
 
2005 · Epitath In this week's episode Michelle sits down with friend, Nick Bonneson, talk about Motion City Soundtrack's Commit This to Memory. The discuss the evolution of genre and how the EDM genre has been consumed and almost co-opted by pop music. They also discuss the utility of music as mood setter, how it can be used as a tool to just r ...…
 
4th Sunday of Lent (2 Chr 36:14-17a, 19-23, Ps 137, Jn 3:14-21) “Songs of Babylon & Zion” https://swordsoftruth.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/lessonsofbabylonandzion.mp3 PDF Version Homily for 4th Sunday of Lent, Year B (2018): 2 Chr 36:14-17a, 19-23, Ps 137, Jn 3:14-21 Much to my younger brothers dismay, I was in no rush to get my driver’s licen ...…
 
In this episode the Unflopped crew discuss Kylie, PWL, and Lisa Stansfield's tonsils. Stuart and Sean each pitch a flop single that they think deserved to be a pop music hit and Judge Joe gives his verdict. This week’s songs are “This Is The Right Time” by Lisa Stansfield and “Sweet And Low” by Debbie Harry. This episode was edited by Ben Goods ...…
 
I started singing at six years old, when I saw my older sister singing and immediately took to it. I began with classic rock music, listening to The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis, and other music legends that my parents thankfully exposed me to at a young age. Then I started to get exposed to Motown, particularly Stevie Wonder, who became my al ...…
 
I started singing at six years old, when I saw my older sister singing and immediately took to it. I began with classic rock music, listening to The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis, and other music legends that my parents thankfully exposed me to at a young age. Then I started to get exposed to Motown, particularly Stevie Wonder, who became my al ...…
 
Cassandra and Audrey talk programming art music alongside pop music, Songs of Survival, and learning 87 million songs for Dueling Pianos. Music by Audrey Q. Snyder & Michael Craig
 
After spending the last two years transforming his nightmare visions of our modern age and his internal agonies into razor wire post-punk, Moby is back in the business of electronic pop music. And what has poured out of him on his 15th studio album are equally dark visions rendered with music and performances that feel softer. Like the warm cus ...…
 
What’s up everybody and welcome to Washed. On this episode we sit with Shaian. We talk about her High School Obsession with One Direction, and her continual love for Pop music including her Blu-Ray collection. Shaian tells us about a very strange McDonald's experience in California, and the time she thought she was going to die outside of a Fre ...…
 
Eccentric Disc Jockey and storage space dweller, Eddie Winters puts on his party cap for a very special 300th episode of Coup! Eddie kicks off the show with classic thunder and sheds some cloak on a exciting edition of “This Day In Rock” that answer any questions you might have had about what the Beatles were doing on this day in rock and roll ...…
 
Eccentric Disc Jockey and storage space dweller, Eddie Winters puts on his party cap for a very special 300th episode of Coup! Eddie kicks off the show with classic thunder and sheds some cloak on a exciting edition of “This Day In Rock” that answer any questions you might have had about what the Beatles were doing on this day in rock and roll ...…
 
We finish up our discussion about Clearwater Lake, hiking the Palisades Trail, the Mountain Lake Overlook, and the Border Route Trail. Also covered is the fishing report from the MNDNR and our personal experiences with fishing the lake. We conclude our two part episode with cliff jumping and our love of swimming in Clearwater Lake. Show Notes: ...…
 
The Andy's start out discussing the Quincy Jones GQ interview before quickly discussing their album picks of the week. They then move on to dispensing with Pixies and then use the remaining time to fellate Nirvana and their influence, positive and negative, on pop music before somehow drifting in to radical left politics.Pickman's Model:https:/ ...…
 
Outside observers typically view China’s media as utterly shackled by the bonds of censorship, unable to critique the government or speak truth to power in any meaningful sense. In part, this is true — censorship and other pressures do create “no-go” zones for journalists in China, as well as gray zones that sometimes rapidly turn red. But Mari ...…
 
PM Justin Trudeau was criticized this week for replacing the term "Mankind" with "Peoplekind". It made us wonder what it would sound like if he got his hands on some of pop music's most gender specific classics! Listen!
 
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