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Throw on some checkered vans, pull on your band tees, and get ready to open the pit up. Join pop punk advocates, Michelle, Brianne, and Kelly, as they talk rock and all its subgenres. Whether it’s hyping up a new local pop punk band we found, throwing it back to the emo days of the 2000s, or venturing into some metalcore music that we don’t typically listen to, you’ll get your rock fix on The Moshpit. But mostly, we’ll talk about All Time Low. Now put your fists in the air and stick those pinkies out because this show is too much rock for one hand.

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Throw on some checkered vans, pull on your band tees, and get ready to open the pit up. Join pop punk advocates, Michelle, Brianne, and Kelly, as they talk rock and all its subgenres. Whether it’s hyping up a new local pop punk band we found, throwing it back to the emo days of the 2000s, or venturing into some metalcore music that we don’t typically listen to, you’ll get your rock fix on The Moshpit. But mostly, we’ll talk about All Time Low. Now put your fists in the air and stick those pinkies out because this show is too much rock for one hand.

    Episode 42: Don't Get The Spins, You're Going To Throw Up Or Something

    Episode 42: Don't Get The Spins, You're Going To Throw Up Or Something

    So this episode had some revelations but because Michelle is actually kind of awful at her job of editing the episodes and releasing them on time, the revelations aren't so revelatory. But it's still cool that the ladies of The Moshpit Podcast had The Spins on to talk about things like getting woken up by a fireman with an ax on tour and their debut LP “Not If, But When” which is dropping everywhere this Saturday, June 26.

    Also, they talk about some other stuff like usual, new music or something. 

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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Episode 41: I Painted Myself A Rebel But I'm Not

    Episode 41: I Painted Myself A Rebel But I'm Not

    Still playing catch up over here on The Moshpit but this gives you time to catch up if you haven't explored all of The Moshpitty goodness of episodes past. Speaking of the past (you like that smooth transition?), dig out your old baggy shorts and high socks because the ladies of The Moshpit are taking it back to 2001 skate park pop punk with another throwback track by track from The Moshpit Vault. What is this episode's throwback you ask? Just some of the pop punk forefathers known as Sum 41 and their killer album, All Killer No Filler. But worry not, the past is only visited after a journey through the new music of today featuring Mod Sun, With Confidence, Point North, Waterparks, Bowling For Soup, Dentist, Redhook, Conquer Divide, Hot Mulligan, and Settle Your Scores.

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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Episode 40: Hey Oliver, there's a difference between a thought and a poem, you damn fool

    Episode 40: Hey Oliver, there's a difference between a thought and a poem, you damn fool

    So f**k it, we're moving to Mondays officially. And for this first dope ass first Monday special, the ladies of The Moshpit kick it with the one, the only, the Ollie. Yes, from Broadside. That's the one. You are correct. You know how it goes down on The Moshpit, the conversation delved into the nitty gritty to find out Oliver Baxxter's Hogwarts House, discovered all the almost one-word band names that Broadside could have been, and Ollie shared his biggest flex that has to do with rainy Sunday mornings. And of course, they talked a bit about Broadside's 2020 album, Into the Raging Sea, collaborations, and the possibility of new music. Things also got real and raw and vulnerable but you'll have to listen to the episode to learn more. And this new music is already a couple of weeks old at the time of release because Michelle sucks but well the music doesn't so hear the Moshpit takes on new music from Unwell, Boys of Fall, Machine Gun Kelly, Kellin Quinn, Waterparks, Lights, Jess Bowen, New Saviors, and John Harvie.

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    • 1 hr 52 min
    Episode 39: The Randy Frobel Apology Tour

    Episode 39: The Randy Frobel Apology Tour

    Michelle already made any shark joke in the actual episode so I'm just going to say it... WE WERE SHARKS INTERVIEW! Yeeeeee buddy! The ladies of The Moshpit had the pleasure of talking with Randy Frobel of We Were Sharks to show his ability (or inability?) at remembering lyrics, expose his (secret?) love of a genre that most of us don't approve of, and to talk about their upcoming album New Low, out everywhere May 21. One of those things leads to a couple of apologies from Randy. Check it out to find out which! Spoiler alert: he doesn't apologize for the album because based on the singles it is clearly a banger. Also in this episode, other bangers in the new music segment from Stand Atlantic, Hot Mulligan, Action/Adventure and Eternal Boy.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 38: Let The Bad Times Roll Day

    Episode 38: Let The Bad Times Roll Day

    So this episode was supposed to be out two weeks ago so there's that. Michelle was having a mental block on the whole editing thing. So I want no complaints. Just be thankful the whole show wasn't CANCELLED! Plus you're getting an extra bonus later today to make up for it. MOVING ON! The Offspring released a new album AFTER NINE YEARS! (Lots of yelling today) So the ladies of The Moshpit Podcast talked about said album, Let The Bad Times Roll. Their reviews still don't have a new ranking system. Do you want that to come back? We're missing them a little. Anyway, they also talked about new music from two weeks ago from We Were Sharks, I Call Fives, Royals, Amber Pacific, AFI, 408, and Braveweather.

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    • 1 hr 31 min
    Episode 37: The Morality of Music

    Episode 37: The Morality of Music

    The ladies of The Moshpit hop on their soapboxes this week and get outraged about outrage. Super meta and shit. Sparked from the controversy surrounding Lil Nas X and his Montero music video, they talk about the level of responsibility we can expect artists to take when the youts are exposed to the adult content they release. Spoiler alert: it's ground floor level zero responsibility. Aside from this in-depth conversation about the morality of music where not even Kidz Bop is safe, they do their typical analytical breakdowns of the new music in the scene this week including The Maine, The Offspring, Pink Shift, Aim High, Chad Tepper, Aeris, First and Forever, and Action/Adventure.

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    • 1 hr 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

michemidl1 ,

Such a fun show!

These hosts are great. I love the music review segment and being introduced to do new bands and new music. “If you’re a band that can make me feel 17 again with your music, then you’re nailing it.” Love it!

Drew Zakmin ,

Brilliant show

Love this show and the hosts all know their stuff when it comes to music. Always look forward to each new episode. Keep them coming!!!

Jharoz ,

Great Listen

These three are a great listen and are well researched in the whole field. They don’t stick on one topic for too long which

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