Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman

Emo and pop-punk have peaked

February 12, 2024
Emo and pop-punk have peaked
Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman
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Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman
Emo and pop-punk have peaked
Feb 12, 2024

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In this episode of Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman, the hosts discuss various topics, starting with an overview of the Grammys, highlighting Taylor Swift's record-breaking wins and Paramore's historic achievement. They also touch upon Paris Jackson teasing new music, and boygenius' hiatus, and they share thoughts on Jay-Z's comments about Beyoncé's Grammy snub. The hosts then express their views on the current state of pop-punk, declaring that it has peaked and discussing the lack of innovation in the genre.

The conversation takes an interesting turn as they delve into Kanye West's unauthorized sample of Ozzy Osbourne's song "War Pigs," leading to legal and ethical concerns. The hosts also explore the shocking revelation that Talking Heads turned down an $80 million offer to reunite for festivals in 2024. The episode concludes with a humorous discussion about Kid Rock's claim of getting more "ass" than Mark McGrath, with McGrath himself confirming the statement. But the hosts wonder, of the two artists, who got the more quality of ass?

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In this episode of Unplugged with Tyler Winters and John Pearman, the hosts discuss various topics, starting with an overview of the Grammys, highlighting Taylor Swift's record-breaking wins and Paramore's historic achievement. They also touch upon Paris Jackson teasing new music, and boygenius' hiatus, and they share thoughts on Jay-Z's comments about Beyoncé's Grammy snub. The hosts then express their views on the current state of pop-punk, declaring that it has peaked and discussing the lack of innovation in the genre.

The conversation takes an interesting turn as they delve into Kanye West's unauthorized sample of Ozzy Osbourne's song "War Pigs," leading to legal and ethical concerns. The hosts also explore the shocking revelation that Talking Heads turned down an $80 million offer to reunite for festivals in 2024. The episode concludes with a humorous discussion about Kid Rock's claim of getting more "ass" than Mark McGrath, with McGrath himself confirming the statement. But the hosts wonder, of the two artists, who got the more quality of ass?

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.

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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!

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GRAMMYs talk
Pop-punk has peaked
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This band turned down $80 million to reunite?!
Did Kid Rock or Mark McGrath get more ass?