A podcast dedicated to in-depth discussion of pop music hosted by Scott Interrante and Kurt Trowbridge. On each episode we're joined by bloggers, academics, or musicians to discuss pop music's issues, trends, and latest hits.
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – Solo JoBros
For the final day of the week, Scott and Bri are talking about post-Jonas Brothers solo material from Nick as well as Joe's new band DNCE. They discuss toxic masculinity, Grease: Live!, and, of course, bacon.
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – Nick Jonas and the Administration and V
On Day 5, Scott and Bri are talking about the hiatus the band took after Lines, Vines, and Trying Times, when Nick put out an album as Nick Jonas and the Administration and Joe released an unfortunate solo album called Fastlife. We also talk about the band coming back together to record a new album, only to break up before they finished it. It's very sad!
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – Lines, Vines, and Trying Times
For Day 4, Scott and Bri are talking about the final studio album, Lines, Vines, and Trying Times. They talk about good use of horns, bad use of rappers, and sort of calling Taylor Swift a B****.
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – A Little Bit Longer
For Day 3, Scott and Bri are talking A Little Bit Longer, a third studio album from the group. They talk about Big Rob, growing up with Type 1 Diabetes, and calling Taylor Swift a B****.
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – Jonas Brothers
For Day 2, Scott and Bri talk about the second Jonas Brothers album, aptly titled Jonas Brothers. They discuss Australian stereotypes, mid-2000s text speak, and Jonas Brothers fan fiction.
One Week One Band – Jonas Brothers – It’s About Time
For Day 1, Scott and Bri talk about the Jonas Brothers' debut albums, It's About Time. They gush about baby Nick's voice, Christian Book Stores, and far too many Busted Covers.
Informative and Fun!
I love how Pop Unmuted manages to be analytic and academic while still coming off as fun and accessible. The hosts are very knowledgable on a wide range of topics, the editing and audio quality is great, and it still feels conversational and casual instead of overly scripted like a lot of other shows
This podcast taught me about Rainbow Bondage Bear. That's five stars right there.
I appreciate how seriously they approach pop music, it’s not condescending or detached.
The breadth of knowledge is seriously impressive!