Brock Wilbur and Terence Wiggins are the coolest kids this side of a Sunny Day Real Estate show. And by coolest, I mean most feelings-est. Join them as they take a look back at all the emo, post-hardcore, and pop punk albums you enjoyed as a teenager and determine whether or not they're worth revisiting. This brand new podcast takes back Sunday, every Sunday.
Brock brings Terence a Carly Rae Jepsen cover album and hoo boy does some yelling happen
Terence recently got super into Japanese post-hardcore and wanted to tell Brock about but ending up yelling about how messed up American dubbing of anime in the 90s was
The Starting Line - Based On A True Story
It's a good album! And never trust your friend Braxton to give you advice.
Facing New York
In this episode we cover Facing New York's two albums, their self-titled and "Get Hot"
I mean, we talk about them some and then talk about some other stuff.
Jimmy Eat World - Clarity
We got two sicks boys, Brock and guest Josh Dinsmore (and one boy who choked on water, Terence) coughing through an episode as we discuss Jimmy Eat World's second album "Clarity"
The Get Up Kids - Something To Write Home About
Ben Eastman stops by to talk to us about the second Get Up Kids album "Something To Write Home About" and the usual embarrassing teenage feelings
Really Good but...
This an awesome playlist that covers emo culture my only grove is excess echo and reverb in the background
Good album choices
............ but quite awkward talking points
More sexual, fun, and interesting...
...than just shouting at people.