Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman

Forget pop-punk. Let grunge break through again.

December 11, 2023 All Punked Up
Forget pop-punk. Let grunge break through again.
Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman
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Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman
Forget pop-punk. Let grunge break through again.
Dec 11, 2023
All Punked Up

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In this episode, John and Tyler review new tracks by Green Day, Carpark, Sweet Pill, and Drive-In while pondering the rise of virtual bands following KISS's 'new era' announcement. They also discuss how the 'GTA 6' trailer caused an insane spike in Tom Petty streams. Also, news about Taylor Swift's 'Eras' tour hitting the billion dollar mark gets talked about. The conversation heats up as they discuss a music exec's controversial statement about artists producing physical records during the climate crisis.

Check out new music from:

  1. Green Day - Dilemma
  2. Carpark - MIA
  3. Sweet Pill - Chewed Up
  4. Drive-In - S4th and Wythe

Check out more from Drive-In here.

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In this episode, John and Tyler review new tracks by Green Day, Carpark, Sweet Pill, and Drive-In while pondering the rise of virtual bands following KISS's 'new era' announcement. They also discuss how the 'GTA 6' trailer caused an insane spike in Tom Petty streams. Also, news about Taylor Swift's 'Eras' tour hitting the billion dollar mark gets talked about. The conversation heats up as they discuss a music exec's controversial statement about artists producing physical records during the climate crisis.

Check out new music from:

  1. Green Day - Dilemma
  2. Carpark - MIA
  3. Sweet Pill - Chewed Up
  4. Drive-In - S4th and Wythe

Check out more from Drive-In here.

Support the Show.

As always, thanks for listening! Want to listen to this podcast on your favorite podcast player? You can do so here. Please consider rating and reviewing this podcast. A solid rating can really help us reach more listeners just like you, and that's our ultimate goal.

If you’re interested in supporting our show, you can do so here.

Want even more news? Sign up for our weekly newsletter and get all of the relevant music news and music releases from the week. It really is the best way to keep up with all of the happenings from the scene. Sign up now!

Check out our merch store here!

Are you a fan of the scene and want to be a guest on the pod? Fill out the form here.

Green Day - "Dilemma"
Carpark - "MIA"
Sweet Pill - "Chewed Up"
Drive-In - "S4th and Wythe"
Will virtual concerts start becoming a thing?
Tom Petty deep cut sees spike from GTA 6 trailer
Taylor Swift's Eras tour brings in $1 billion
John has a bone to pick
Music exec says artists who sell vinyl during climate crisis are hypocritical