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I love this show! It’s wonderful and I found a bunch of albums I never would have listened to otherwise. I know you guys always joke about how no one young listens 😅(kinda true I don’t know anyone my age who know about this podcast) so being 18 probably makes me your youngest audience member. I don’t know, but thanks a ton for the recommendations! I got my own band and I’m writing songs that are inspired by these records now, so thank you again! Keep it up!
A great way to rekindle and remember some of the greatest Emo albums ever. The commentary is good and the banter between the hosts is light hearted and fun to listen to. I really enjoy the breakdown of each track and the samples played. One of my favourites podcasts ever!
I love the format of the show. It’s great to hear the albums I grew up on being gone through song by song. I also grew up an emo/punk kid in a very Christian household in Oklahoma, so I really relate to a lot of what the guys talk about.
I like your deeper convos + natural humor. They make revisiting the soundtrack to my coming of age story even better. I’m going through past eps and find myself wishing for a female perspective. More “separating art and artist” discussion happened on Paramore than Brand New.
Listening to this takes me back to middle school and high school, in the best way. I’m rediscovering my favorite songs. It also feels like sitting around with friends and discussing your favorite bands!
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Finding Emo launched 2 years ago and published 51 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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