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Today on the podcast, we welcome Eric Richter and Glenn Maryansky from the band Antarctica. Eric was in Christie Front Drive and has been on the podcast before. Eric had this other band with an amazing group of musicians in the late 90s in NYC that w... more
Today on the podcast, we welcome Denver Dalley from bands such as Desaparecidos, Statistics, and Weak Nights. If you haven’t dove into any of these bands, they’re a fantastic assortment of unforgettable riffs and sounds. Be on the lookout for more fr... more
Today on the podcast we welcome Elise Okusami from Oceanator. She is signed to Polyvinyl Records and currently on a run of dates with Braid and going to rock with Into It Over It as well. Elise is an amazing musician and recently released Nothing’s E... more
Incredible guests, great conversations, and meaningful insights. Tom examines emo with the artists who gave the genre shape and those who are advancing it.
Thank you Mullen for keeping these unique bands in the public realm. I especially like 211 and John’s POV for all us kiddos growing up and wanting something different than what pop radio was playing. What he described was how I felt growing up in “the heartland” This Fightin Irish/ Christian fan is a fan of “weird” music that should be kept relevant now to appreciate the evolution of music history. Keep up the good work!
The Jonathan Fuller ep has led me down such a rabbit hole of bands from the era! So many great bands I was too poor to get into at the time. If you’re a fan of the genre, I strongly recommend. more
Great guests on this podcast but the narrative of “eyeliner mall pop” ruined emo is exhausting and repeated mechanically on every episode. There’s also a grandiose and overripe level of “I was at that show back in ‘98” talk that borders on flatulence, and while the host’s questions are usually thoughtful and unique to the guests, I personally find the content more of an attempt to insert himself into the scene than an objective look at the era of emo. Yet, still an entertaining show and probably... more
Tom is a treasure trove of knowledge about the emo/indie scene and these in-depth conversations are unlike interviews you’ll hear anywhere else. Whether you were around in the nineties or are a recent convert to this world, I can’t recommend this podcast enough. Maybe most importantly, it also provides a vehicle for songwriters who have been historically overlooked by the mainstream press. Keep up the great work, Tom!
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Washed Up Emo launched 12 years ago and published 233 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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