250 episodes

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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    • 4.7 • 53 Ratings

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.

    AI Got Heaven

    AI Got Heaven

    Bit of an unconventional opening, but once we get going, it's off to the races with reviews of Faye Webster's new album 'Underdressed at the Symphony' and Mannequin Pussy's new record 'I Got Heaven.' Lots of thoughts on and around both. 
    Subscribe to the Endless Scroll Patreon for weekly bonus episodes, access to our Discord server, and more https://www.patreon.com/endlessscrollpod

    • 55 min
    UNLOCKED: Tibetan Pod Stars

    UNLOCKED: Tibetan Pod Stars

    This is a bonus episode we originally published on our Patreon in October 2023. Now available for all to hear. 
    Folks, it's a Hop Along episode! We talk about the Philly band's three (maybe four?) albums, where this band fits in 2010s indie-rock, their emo bona fides, their influence and more.
    Subscribe to the Endless Scroll Patreon for weekly bonus episodes, access to our Discord server, and more https://www.patreon.com/endlessscrollpod

    • 59 min
    Godcast (Feat. Keegan Bradford)

    Godcast (Feat. Keegan Bradford)

    We're joined by Camp Trash member, music writer, and former youth pastor Keegan Bradford (@FranziaMom) for a dive into the alien universe of Christian Rock. We talk Tooth and Nail, Christian metalcore, P.O.D., Reliant K, and how the idiom went from halfway decent (Starflyer 59) to total dogshit (Skillet) in the span of a couple decades. 
    Subscribe to the Endless Scroll Patreon for weekly bonus episodes, access to our Discord server, and more https://www.patreon.com/endlessscrollpod
     
     

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Year of the Plan

    Year of the Plan

    We did an episode on The Dismemberment Plan! In classic 'Scroll fashion, two of us weren't familiar with this band and the other two are longtime fans. We talk about their classic albums, what makes them so beloved, how a band as odd as them became indie-rock icons, and why some of us find them so goddamn irritating. 

    • 1 hr
    Neutral Milk Scrolltel (Feat. Grace Robins-Somerville)

    Neutral Milk Scrolltel (Feat. Grace Robins-Somerville)

    Friend of the pod Grace Robins-Somerville joins us for a discussion about Neutral Milk Hotel. We go in on the band's music, their legacy, Elephant Six, canonical indie-rock, and more. 

    • 1 hr 7 min
    The Most Busted Voice in Music

    The Most Busted Voice in Music

    It's a three-part ep. First, we have our obligatory discussion about Pitchfork's recent gutting. Then, we review the new Katy Kirby album, 'Blue Raspberry.' Finally, we pull out our Bandomizer game and debate the best/worst albums from a bunch of our favorite artists.

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

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really enjoy this show ! i like the variety of opinions & the dynamic between the hosts

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Love this podcast

Endless Scroll is a really great show. It feels like being part of a music discussion among friends. No pretension, just honest opinions bout new releases, trends, and classic indie records. I love that they’re not afraid to dislike something that everybody else is hot on. Between the four hosts you'll get a variety of thoughts and opininos about the music.

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Genuinely cool/smart people!

Love listening to these guys, it feels like you’re sitting amongst friends.

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