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.
Thnks Fr Th Cntnt
Fall Out Boy are back, and we have thoughts. We talk about all of their albums, their improbable longevity, what they meant to pop-culture in the 2000s, the hoard of proteges they fostered, and where they stand now.
Our Favorite One-Album Wonders
This week, we talked about artists who only ever released one record, and how that contributes to their legacies. Why is it super normal for hardcore bands but taboo for popstars? Is quality>quantity always a good thing? Is Cardi B onto something? Stuff like that, and more.
Some Much Needed Clarity
We finally continue our long-delayed Jimmy Journey — our quest to listen to all the Jimmy Eat World records. This week, we listened to 'Clarity' and shared our thoughts. We also listened to 'Clarity' by Zedd, for some reason. Multitudes, folks.
Our 2023 Forecast
For our first ep of the new year, we make some (mostly cursed) predictions about what 2023 will entail for music. Where's Phoebe Bridgers going? Who will Jack Antonoff taint next? Are mega-canceled bands gonna make comebacks? AI in music? All that and more.
Unlocked: Pop Punk Squad: The Neon Era
To quote Green Day, we were "on Holiday" this week, and therefore didn't record a new ep. But before we head into 2023, we wanted to give everyone access to the first installment of Eli and Miranda's Pop Punk Squad series, where they'll be diving into various eras, micro-trends and bands of the genre's past ~15 years. This one's on neon pop-punk. Happy new year!
2022: A Year in Review
We closed out the year by talking 2022 ephemera. Albums we changed our minds on? Worst internet moments? New trends, good and bad? All that and more. Kinda spicy for a main feed ep!
10/10. No notes. Every episode is a classic!
Chewing, slurping, occasion pillsbury dough boy laughs, choking. This podcast is a work of art. Ya won’t be disappointed. Give ‘em a listen will ya