50 episodes

Make it Stop is a podcast dedicated to dissecting terrible albums. Hosted by musicians Heather Mack and Mike Dunn, and featuring a variety of quirky guests from the Boston arts and music scene, Make it Stop braves the putrid depths of the worst albums ever made. By the end, you'll be begging them for more...while screaming "make it stop!"

Make it Stop: A Bad Music Podcast Heather Mack; Mike Dunn

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    • 4.3, 32 Ratings

Make it Stop is a podcast dedicated to dissecting terrible albums. Hosted by musicians Heather Mack and Mike Dunn, and featuring a variety of quirky guests from the Boston arts and music scene, Make it Stop braves the putrid depths of the worst albums ever made. By the end, you'll be begging them for more...while screaming "make it stop!"

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

rocknrollsabummer ,

Another fantastic show

Giving terrible albums the business is what they do.... it’s so fun.. listen!!

russunit ,

This is best

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CaptainLegend99 ,

Make THIS stop!

Honestly, maybe this podcast isn’t that bad, but I am only judging based off of one episode. The only reason I found this podcast and listened to this episode is because it was about my favorite band, Five Iron Frenzy. First of all, the album they chose to talk about was Cheeses of Nazareth, which isn’t an actual album it’s a compilation EP of b-sides, rarities, and in-jokes for the hardcore FIF fans (this fact is acknowledged by the hosts, to be fair). But that’s not what got to me about their “review” of the album. What really bothered me is the fact that they didn’t give an actual reason why the band was bad other than saying they were bad because they are a ska band and ska is ‘objectively bad’ (despite then turning around and defending ska and sayin it’s not bad at all). They then said that what makes FIF even worse is that they are a Christian ska band, as if writing music about their religion is somehow bad.
So in other words, according to the hosts of this podcast, Five Iron Frenzy is bad simply because it is bad.
The hosts do not understand how to give criticism or support their opinions with facts and therefore they should not be attempting to review music.
And no, saying that a Christian band is bad simply because you are an atheist (an actual talking point brought up in this aforementioned episode) does NOT count as criticism.

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