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Best Poppunk podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Poppunk podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Pop-Punk & Pizza is a weekly podcast featuring guests ranging from bands in your local scene to nationally well known artists such as Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Justin Courtney Pierre and more! A lot of times, the interviews will take place while eating pizza. Hosted by, Jacques LaMore.
 
Comedian Will Carey sees life as a balance between two kinds of moments awesome and disaster. Each week he sits down with a guest to learn about their life, shared usually creative interests, and how when faced with disaster they were able to work through it back to awesome. Host: Will Carey Twitter: @comicwillcarey www.willcareyisfunny.com Read more at http://awesomedisaster.libsyn.com/#ZWoSB7tks8cZGEXG.99
 
Reminiscent is a weekly show where 2 best friends discuss their favorite bands from their adolescence and how it’s shaped their lives as they find themselves exploring early adulthood. Hitting puberty in the early 2000’s was a really strange time for a lot of people, but Tom and Pat have had each others back since the early 90s. Come along for the ride.
 
Join Justin Buchanan and Karissa Carpenter as they discuss the TV shows (and sometimes other things) in their streaming queues. They breakdown everything from the characters, the narratives, the jokes, cinematography, and more. Everyone is welcome to join along! New episodes every Sunday. Email Justin and Karissa - queueduppodcast@gmail.com Follow Justin on Twitter @justinbuchanan and on Instagram @justinjbuchanan
 
Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.
 
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It’s no secret that teenagers feel feel every emotion with the intensity of a thousand suns. Maybe your mom took your PS1 away because you threw your pizza rolls at your little sister for telling your crush that you write her name over and over in your college ruled notebook, maybe you drank the last of your big brother’s Sunny D and he held you do…
 
Scott Shields played in a few NJ bands. The 2 you’ll probably remember are My Favorite Citizen and Situation at 1200. There’s not a lot of info out there about these bands so thank goodness for this interview. Scott’s name has come up a few times in interviews so I thought it would be cool to have him. So I did and this is what we talked about: Kno…
 
Mitch Allan is a Grammy nominated Songwriter and was the lead singer of one of Will's favorite bands of all time: SR-71. Mitch talks to Will about the Baltimore music scene of the mid 90s, the creation of SR-71's debut album Now You See Inside and touring the world in support of that record, his favorite guitars for recording, and how Bowling For S…
 
Comedian Carmen Lagala's path through comedy has included managing a comedy club to performing on Late Night TV and touring the country. She talks to Will about growing up in Vermont, the NYC Comedy Scene, preparing her Late Night debut set and performing on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and plans to resume road work and record an album after…
 
There was no other choice. Sometimes the love of music is so deeply ingrained--the need to express yourself so keenly felt-- no matter the cost. Coming out of Campbellford,Ontario, he started early. Some kids treat piano lessons like a chore, but he treated them like a lifeline. A way out. He grew up and fell in love with bass. Soon studying every …
 
Helena is one of those songs you need to listen to in your underwear on the kitchen floor as you feel the full force of gravity pulling you closer to the center of the Earth. Every millisecond of this song is packed with so much emotion it’s taken every bit of the 16 years we’ve had with it to feel the full weight of this tune. This week the guys b…
 
What do you do when times get extremely tough? You write emotionally powerful songs about those terrible life experiences. That’s exactly what, Andrew Zamora, and the rest of the gang in Ontario, Canada’s energetic pop punk band, Weigh The Anchor, have done with their latest single, “Medicate”. I was grateful to have talked with Zamora […] The post…
 
Comedian/Musician and Action Figure Maker Nick Lavallee is grateful for where he is at this moment in time. He talks to Will about the custom action figures he makes on his Instagram account @wickedjoyful, his history in the New England Ska/Punk Scene, Sobrity, producing the Comedy Night at Shaskeen Pub in Manchester New Hampshire, and the formatio…
 
Actor/Comedian and Podcaster Tristan Miller moved to New York City moved from Minnesota to New York City as a Teenager to pursue a career in the arts. He talks to Will about Growing up in the Midwest, his training as an actor at the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, his solo show Manic Impressive detailing living with Bi-Polar Disorder, …
 
Your Favorite Weapon is a really unique album in Brand New’s discography, and it holds a lot of great tunes within. A far cry from their later work, this pop punk record remains a favorite for many Brand New fans including Tom and Pat. Many of these songs still hold many great and terrible memories within, and they’re all revealed within this episo…
 
Brian Granik is a great person. He was super involved in the NJ scene back in the late 90s from promoting shows, being apart of Umbilical Records, playing with Houseboy and 5 Driver, and just always being front row to point that sweet finger of his up in the air when he sang along. He was hesitant for a good amount of time until one day the stars a…
 
Chicago’s Sleep On It was about 10 dates into their, “Pride & Disaster Tour”, when the whole country began locking down because of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Guitarist and vocalist, Jake Marquis, explains what that was like for the band at the time and also what they’ve been up to since the lockdown began in mid-March. […] The post Pop-Punk & Pizza #93…
 
Comedian and Podcaster Jake Young and Will have history. recorded before the Covid-19 Pandemic started. Jake talks to Will about his beginnings in the DC Comedy Scene, their shared time in the trenches of the NYC open mic scene, Nerd culture and what caused it to turn toxic, Writing for Dorkly and his podcast Wizard and the Bruiser on the last podc…
 
Comedian Rob Cantrell like his album of the same name is Pure Uncut Joy. He talks to Will about his formative years in the San Francisco Comedy Scene, The experience of being in the top ten on the first season of Last Comic Standing, signing with Barry Katz and moving to NYC after the show, meditation, the art of road stand up comedy, music, and hi…
 
Soul-rich Canadian R&B alt-pop artist Ezra Jordan has recently released his debut EP 'Cheap Therapy', and the new album is exactly that, as it was created and inspired by the falling out of a relationship and the positive growth that was driven from that moment. Originally a pianist with no true intentions of singing, it was another form of adversi…
 
2004 is not only a great year for all the amazing albums that were released, but it’s also the year Tom and Pat met in 8th grade. This week’s draft is full of tons of great memories from when the guys were living their best lives as care-free teens. But things get a little heated as they end up competing for the same tunes from their favorite album…
 
Strung Out is an American punk rock band from Simi Valley, California, formed in 1990. They are known mainly for their musical style, which fuses aspects of melodic punk rock, progressive rock and heavy metal to form their primary sound. They have released nine studio albums on Fat Wreck Chords as well as one Live album, 2 B-sides collections, a be…
 
10 Songs for May 2020: (In no particular order.) “Okay” – Til Morning “Redcard” – High Wire “Ceiling” – When The Sun Sets “Dragged Across The Finish Line” – Sincere Engineer “Crazy” – Una Jensen “86” – Love Again “See You Soon” – Hangtime “Sweathogg” – Head Honcho “Old School Blues” – Desk Job “Belly-Up” […] The post Pop-Punk & Pizza #92: 10 Songs …
 
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Bowling for Soup frontman Jaret Reddick is one of the most optimistic people in Punk Rock. He talks to Will about Bowling For Soup's appearance at Ozzfest, the band's beginnings in the Texas music scene, his Texas Musicman guitar, the role of a producer in the recording process, Jive Records, songwriting, the band's UK following balancing career an…
 
Teenage Bonehead Episode #41May 2020Andy Social And The Antidotes - First KissThe Laxatives - Girls Like You Never Like MeMassoneria - Rainin’ BloodRateados - MentirasOs Thompsons - Mais Uma VezMr. Sprinkle - Times SquareThe Dinks - I’m In Love with a PinheadThe Ends of the Suns - Hate To WorkMonchones - Juki de MachiDiscount - On The TracksKillray…
 
Ludic showing spontaneous and undirected playfulness. With the energy that comes with Ludic’s sound, you quickly understand that it’s probably one of the best ways to describe this trio that has been classified as Alien motown and SOULFUNKJAZZPOP (yes that is one word, all caps). A little over a year since releasing their first track together and t…
 
Andrew Cassara is a Canadian-born Pop/Rock recording artist from Ottawa, Ontario. Teaming with the team at SGMGroupArtists, Andrew has been developing his talents with great devotion and an unwavering work ethic. Since 2013, he has consistently released new music while performing live both domestically and internationally, and he is establishing an…
 
Every now and then you’ll come across a song that was written for you and you alone. Nothing has ever made more sense than the lyrics, the vibe is tuned just to your frequency, and the emotions hit like a ton of bricks. Detroit by Fireworks is one of those songs for Tom. The angst was high through the summers of 2009 and 2010, and Fireworks, a pair…
 
i bought a desk. DOWNLOAD RECORDING subscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun (intro by omar) football, etc. “Foul” from Corner Terry vs. Tori “Wapebearer” from Leap Day Caves “Need It Most” from Always Why Rhythm of Cruelty “All That’s Left” from Still Life Hawaiian T-Shirt “Chantelle” from EP WaMü “Turnip” from Pocket Of …
 
Comedian and writer for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Alison Leiby and Will share the same feeling for their shared home state of Maryland. She talks to Will about growing up near Annapolis, What the writing process is like for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, starting comedy in New York City, the transition from writing for late night comedy shows Triumph, …
 
Raised in a musical family, crafting songs has always been an important aspect of Raina Krangle’s life. The singer-songwriter has released an album of children’s music dedicated to her son in 2008, as well as an album of much more personal material entitled ‘Solstice’ in 2012. Recently though, Raina has learned just how far music can reach, and jus…
 
Cute Without the E (Cut From The Team) is probably one of the first songs one would pull out of their brain when trying to name any Taking Back Sunday song they screamed at the top of their lungs throughout the entirety of their high school career. It’s one of the most raw, powerful, and angsty songs in their entire catalog! This week the guys rewa…
 
The Dillinger Escape Plan is a fucking amazing band from NJ. If you don't know who they are then go listen to them. Luckily Ben is a solid dude and said yes to an interview and this is what we chat about: His farm Matt from Uprise Their first drummer Chris Pennie Skaters World Steve Evetts Chris Badami Mike Patton Playing a basement show in New Bru…
 
The first time I met Devin and Patrick Parker was when they performed a few acoustic songs on the podcast under the name, Parker, in December of 2018. I was quickly roped in with their simple, but emotionally powerful songwriting methods. It’s a style you can instantly connect with in a heartfelt way. Their latest […] The post Pop-Punk & Pizza #91:…
 
Comedian/ Podcaster Anita Flores is navigating her career exactly the way she wants to be. She talks to Will about growing up in Connecticut, Producing video for Buzzfeed, , Univision and Thrillist, discovering the storytelling scene in New York City, and what she's discovered about the TV show Frasier from creating her podcast I'm Listening. Anita…
 
If someone could please point us in the direction of the fun layer of hell, we'd really appreciate it. This week we try to distract from the impending apocalypse by talking about our favorite band: MCR. Why were they Like That on Projekt Revolution? Can Gerard Way have "worldbuilder" as his job title? And what are the implications of that if we our…
 
Singer-Songwriter Barry Briercliffe lives for Music. He tells Will about Growing up in Liverpool England, going to college for music performance, the decision to go solo, discovering the Boss RC-30 Loop station and adapting songs to be played using loops. He also tells the story that lead to him performing nightly on Mathew Street in Liverpool and …
 
Olivia Lunny is a singer-songwriter from Winnipeg with a sound that fuses catchy pop melodies and alternative waves. Writing music since the age of twelve became Olivia’s way of journaling and a creative outlet to express her feelings. Her evolving sound harnesses a mellow vibe with velvety vocals and ambient guitar sounds, combined with elegant ly…
 
Paul Cohen is the first guest to make three appearances on Between Awesome and Disaster. Paul and Will discuss how they are both fairing admist the Covid-19 shutdown of New York City and then delve into their favorite topic pop punk and how much they love new releases from Four Year Strong, New Found Glory Stand Atlantic, Hot Mulligan and more! Pau…
 
Pat’s dreams have come true and he finally got his solo Weezer episode he has been begging for for over 3 years. Pat goes (mostly) solo to battle himself in the most episode 2000-2010 Weezer mixtape draft ever conducted. Trust us, there’s been many attempts. BONUS EPIOSDES AND PHOTOS ON PATREON! Links: Weezer Mixtape on Apple Music Weezer Mixtape o…
 
Big D and the Kids Table is a ska-punk band formed in October 1995 in Boston, Massachusetts when its members converged in college. Their first release was on their own Fork in Hand Records label, but have since teamed with Springman Records and SideOneDummy. The band has been noted for its strict DIY work ethic, such as engineering, producing, and …
 
Performance artist Siobhan O'Loughlin applies Punk Rock's DIY ethos to her work as a solo performer. She talks to Will about how she's weathering the Covid-19 quarantine as an extrovert, finding her love of theater and music growing up in Salisbury, Maryland, How many time she and Will saw the band Anti-Flag while studying theater at Towson Univers…
 
It’s been quite a long time since I’ve interviewed a couple on the podcast. This actually marks our first married punk rock couple to be on the podcast. So let’s welcome Matty Benson and Courtney Boyers of suburban Chicago punk band, TAKE THE REINS, to the Pop-Punk & Pizza Party! We discuss their latest single, […] The post Pop-Punk & Pizza #90: Ma…
 
Comedian Tommy Sinbazo was one of the first friends Will made in Stand Up Comedy. He talks to Will about the Vibe and tone of the Baltimore Comedy Scene, growing up as a kid who loved to tinker and build things, his 8 years doing improv before stand up, traveling overseas to perform for the troops, and stories from featuring with national headliner…
 
That's right, it's episode 4 of stripes and this time around Colton Gee takes a look back to that time he shattered his wrist while going for a bicycle ride, and how that somehow ended up being a catalyst in the creation of the Desert Tiger Podcast! Have you ever tried putting a bone that definitely isn't dislocated back in to place? No? Well you c…
 
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