Endless Scroll is a podcast about internet culture, music, and the music industry. Each week hosts Eli Enis, Miranda Reinert, Eric Bennett and Michael Brooks discuss new albums, industry discourse, and music journalism.
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This week we review 'Come Home The Kids Miss You,' the new album from Jack Harlow, and discuss him as a figure in music. Can this man we're told is charming win over our hosts? Then, we each pick some of our favorite maligned pop songs; Songs that aren't quite guilty pleasures, we know they're bad, but we like them anyway.
Unlocked: Alex Turner Grease Factor
Hello! We had recorded an episode with a guest we know you all like this week, but due to technical difficulties, that episode won't be out until next month. Instead, this week's episode is an unlocked one from our bonus feed. Here is its original description:
We're back with another bonus episode! This time we're here to discuss the discography of Arctic Monkeys. Some are revisiting, some are experiencing for the very first time, some are telling anecdotes about their ex boyfriends. You guess who is who. We also discuss: the death of The It Girl, spelling in songs, Alex Turner's greasy vibe, and much much more!
I Just Want To Sell Out My Podcast
Originally recorded as a bonus episode, Miranda, Eli and Michael's dive into the Wonder Years was just too damn good to hold from the main feed. The two pop-punk Defenders and Michael, a Suppy dilettante, ventured back to the band's "first" three albums, commenting on what they meant at the time to the scene and ourselves, and analyzing how they hold up now. Get stoked on it!!
Scrolleogum with Chris Deville
This week we're joined by Chris Deville, managing editor of Stereogum, to discuss new albums by Girlpool, MJ Lenderman, and Prince Daddy and the Hyena. Plus, some hosts discuss shows they saw this weekend, and Michael reviews the Wilc-O's cereal on air.
Endless Bowl Packs 420 xD
In celebration of 420, Michael and Eli bring you a discussion about weed, music, and where they intersect.
Sympathy for the Rap Devil with Arielle Gordon
This week we're joined by returning guest Arielle Gordon. Arielle is a writer with bylines at Pitchfork, Stereogum, Bandcamp, and more. We discuss the latest Machine Gun Kelly album and look at the state of the "pop-punk revival." Plus, reviews of new albums by Father John Misty and Wet Leg.
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