Make it Stop is a podcast dedicated to dissecting terrible albums. Hosted by musicians Heather Mack and Mike Dunn and featuring a variety of quirky guests from the Boston arts and music scene, Make it Stop braves the putrid depths of the worst albums ever made. By the end, you'll be begging them for more...while screaming "make it stop!" Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
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I’ve been listening to this podcast for about two years now and it’s one of my favorite things ever. As someone who gets criticized for being critical of art and media, I definitely relate to both Heather and Mike. I think it’s good to dissect music because it’s a reflection of our culture. There are so many POC, women, and LGBTQ+ folk who have shaped so many genres and created trends, but never get the credit they deserve. I’m glad that some people are willing to share unpopular opinions on bel... more
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It's been almost 25 years since that first trip to that cyber café where I learned with amazement what the Internet was for the first time and I can say, without a doubt, that I never felt the urge of exploring the whole vault of episodes of a podcast until I found Make It Stop. I had so much fun with the first ones I picked that I had to tell them via direct message in social media: "I discovered your podcast by chance less than a month ago and I can't be more grateful, I have a lot of episodes... more
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Make it Stop: A Bad Music Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 102 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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