We delve into the world of groupies with music journalist and all around amazing gal Erica Campbell. We cover everything from the heyday of groupies in the late 60s to 70s focusing heavily on the queen of groupies herself Pamela Des Barres to what it means to be a groupie in the modern world.
This week we dive back into the world of Fangirldom by discussing topics from Hannah Ewens’ incredible book Fangirls: Scenes From Modern Music Culture. Join Sara Feigin and Jenna Million as they go deeper into the world of fangirls and discuss all things from why we’re made to feel guilty about crushing on band members, to what it’s like fangirling over an artist the world doesn’t see as fangirl friendly.
Has Justin Bieber always been an enigma to you? Did his antics as an angsty teen in the Hollywood spotlight turn you off from giving his music a chance? We’re joined this week by LA based publicist, Miriana Rexrode, to talk all things Justin Bieber from his lowest lows to his highest highs.
In this week’s episode, join Sara Feigin and Jenna Million as they discuss the most important film in Sara’s life, the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats. This satirical … Continue reading Josie & The Pussycats (2001): Music Industry Satire or Truth Bomb?
In this month’s rendition of Music Meltdown we take a trip down the darker side of memory lane as Sara Feigin and Jenna Million open up about the musicians they chose not to listen to for fully insane reasons, only to later on in life realise their wrong doings and thus ran after the bandwagon screaming to be let on.
To continue the toxicity within fandom discussion we brought on three fans, Cassi, Taylor, and Jesus, who have all experienced stan culture first hand to talk in-depth about what it’s like being a super fan in the days of social media.
We chat with The 1975 superfan experts Joe and Brittany to find out more about The 1975 from the fan perspective. Covering all topics from Drive Like I Do to why Matty Healy continuously gets canceled on Twitter.
Join Sara Feigin and Jenna Million as they discuss the media’s ever changing opinion on The 1975, from them winning NME’s worst band of the year award in 2014, to becoming the belle of the ball for all of music journalism starting just two years later.
When discussing the newly knighted pop-punk king, Machine Gun Kelly sometimes you need time to process. This episode was recorded over a one month span from when our hosts first fell for Kels at the very start of the inception of Name 3 Songs to when my ex’s best friend dropped in late August to the release of Tickets to my Downfall.
The final installment on our dissection of One Direction in the media is here and we felt the best way to wrap this all up was to get some fan … Continue reading One Direction vs The Media: Fantake
Are you embarrassed to admit you have a least favorite One Direction song? Well in this week’s Music Meltdown you can join Sara Feigin and Jenna Million while they breakdown for you not only their top 5 favorite One Direction songs but take it all home with admitting to their top 5 least favorite One Direction songs.
In the second part of our discussion on how the media has portrayed One Direction we dive into how the four remaining members of the boyband have been treated throughout their rise to fame as solo artists.