Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.
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Let It Enfold You (w/ Anthony Picarelli, Adam Spitz, & Nikki Kaia Lee)
Just like the lady in a blue dress, you've got cigarettes on your breath (and hopefully, us in your ear). Let's talk about "Let It Enfold You" by Senses Fail. Maybe you love this album (gently, with a chainsaw). Or maybe just the scent of it is enough to make you sick. Either way, together, we're gonna watch (and listen) to New Jersey fall into the Atlantic.
special guests: Anthony Picarelli (@anthonypicarelli), Adam Spitz (@adamspitz_), & Nikki Kaia Lee (@nikki_kaia_lee)
recorded May 19th, 2019
Memphis May Fire
Comin’ atcha straight from the streets of that one bedroom apartment, today we’re talking Memphis May Fire’s self-titled debut EP, and we’ve gathered together to see if cowbell is truly making a comeback. Maybe you’d like to abandon this record without a way home. Or maybe your love for it is vast and deep and whole (just like the open sea)! So hear this out: whatever you think, you should definitely stay awake through this episode; you may find we have something in common!
recorded May 16th
Translating the Name
Siren, siren, don’t do this dance in my ear! Today we’re taking on both seven years & Saosin’s debut EP, “Translating the Name”.Maybe you love it so much that you’d promise it the world and a dozen roses. Or maybe you can find a way without it, and don’t fear the thought of not sensing how good it is. Regardless, get ready to listen to our voices in southern accents screaming at you, because it’s time to get this off our chest.
recorded May 9th, 2019
Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy
Make like a girl from 7/11 and get ready to stay up all night (but be sure to get me a discount); today we're talking about “Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy” by Mindless Self Indulgence. Do you still love this album (like your mommy) because you know that it can rock, rhyme, f**k, AND is on time? Or do you hate it, like Jimmy Page? Together, we're gonna find out if this album could've been something, or if it just falls flat upon its ass.
recorded April 16th, 2019
A Flair for the Dramatic (w/ Virginia Wright)
Call the police! This whole place is gonna burn! Today we’re checking out “A Flair for the Dramatic” by Pierce the Veil. Maybe you to love hear them sing in the morning. Or maybe you need to be honest when you say “I could never leave this album”. Either way, we’re gonna break a leg tonight, while the understudy dies under the knife (what a shame!)
special guest: Virginia Wright (@virganja)
recorded April 11th, 201
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I absolutely love strolling down memory lane on this podcast every week. My favorite episodes are with that JohnB guy he sounds like the coolest and most pretty and funniest guy ever I’m so jealous Zac and Nicole get to hang with that guy. I mean jeez could you imagine!? So dreamy!
Pop punk, Emo and punk are by far my fav genre of music.
Pop punk, Emo, punk, bands/artists and audio engineering/mixing audio are my life I am obsessed with that stuff so this podcast is perfect for me. You have talked about some of my fav bands and albums of all time. Also it’s funny and entertaining great podcast.
This podcast is nothin but fun, keeps getting better as it goes. Excited to dive further into the neon-denim haunted past