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Allie Goertz of Everything's Coming Up Simpsons visits This Might Be a Podcast

Allie Goertz of Everything's Coming Up Simpsons visits This Might Be a Podcast

Punknews.org's They Might Be Giants fan podcast This Might Be A Podcast, hosted by long-time Punknews contributor Greg Simpson, is doing a series of paid-download charity episodes with all money going to one of Greg's 5th grade student who is battling brain cancer, the money will go towards the student's medical bills, travel expenses and lodging required for the child's treatment.

The series will include episodes from Mike Park, Justin McElroy, Allie Goertz, former TMBG rhythm section Brian Doherty and Tony Maimone (who is also formerly Pere Ubu), and current TMBG bassist Danny Weinkauf. The first episode is available now for download for $3 or more on the podcast's bandcamp page.

The second episode features musician and podcaster Allie Goertz, who coincidentally Parry Gripp wrote a song about with Nerf Herder. She is a musician who has written songs about Freaks and Geeks, Arrested Development, Rick & Morty, The Simpsons, and many more pop culture touchstones, and hosts the popular Simpsons podcasts Everything's Coming Up Simpsons and Round Springfield, which is about to cap off their series with an episode with Matt Groening. On this charity TMBP episode Goertz and Greg discuss the They Might Be Giants song "Trouble Awful Devil Evil." Head to the bandcamp to donate to Garrett's brain cancer chemotherapy treatments. Find it here!

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This Might Be a Podcast hosts a They Might Be Giants Jeopardy quiz show

This Might Be a Podcast hosts a They Might Be Giants Jeopardy quiz show

Punknews Podcast Network's show This Might Be a Podcast, hosted by staff contributor Greg Simpson, put on a professionally-produced parody of Jeopardy called This Might Be Jeopardy. The Podcast patreon subscribers volunteered to be contestants and TMBG super fan and archivist Mike Buffington played the Alex Trebek role as they worked their way through Jeopardy, Double Jeopardy and Final Jeopardy. You can watch the whole show below.

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Listen to Punknews Podcast #544!

Listen to Punknews Podcast #544!

Episode #544 of the Punknews Podcast is now up! In this episode John, Hallie, and Em talk about vaccination and shows, who actually owns the rights to the Cro-Mags' Age of Quarrel, expensive Misfits art, the trailer for the upcoming Sparks documentary, and Morrissey. The lineup for Rebellion Fest 2022 and the new Lesibu Grand song are also discussed. Songs by Remember Sports, Rudimentary Peni, and Choices Made are played. Listen to the new episode below!

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Listen to Punknews Podcast #542 and #542.5!

Listen to Punknews Podcast #542 and #542.5!

Episode #542 of the Punknews Podcast is now up! In this episode John, Hallie, and Em pay tribute to the late Jack Terricloth of World/Inferno Friendship Society. The upcoming Misfits reunion show, Spitboy’s upcoming discography compilation, the role of Green Day, Culture Shock, and the lyrics of Rod Stewart are also discussed.

Bonus episode #542.5 is also up now! On this episode Em Moore plays some of her favourite new and new-ish tracks. Tune in for a mix of everything. Check out both episodes below!

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Parry Gripp (Nerf Herder/Raining Tacos) appears on This Might Be A Podcast

Parry Gripp (Nerf Herder/Raining Tacos) appears on This Might Be A Podcast

Punknews.org's They Might Be Giants fan podcast This Might Be A Podcast, hosted by long-time Punknews contributor Greg Simpson, is doing a series of paid-download charity episodes with all money going to one of Greg's 5th grade student who is battling brain cancer, the money will go towards the student's medical bills, travel expenses and lodging required for the child's treatment.

The series will include episodes from Mike Park, Justin McElroy, Allie Goertz, former TMBG rhythm section Brian Doherty and Tony Maimone (who is also formerly Pere Ubu), and current TMBG bassist Danny Weinkauf. The first episode is available now for download for $3 or more on the podcast's bandcamp page.

The first episode features, Parry Gripp who has been kicking out nerdcore pop punk gems since 1996, and now makes his living off his YouTube channel which is full of amazingly addictive kids songs and videos like the classic "Hamster On A Piano (Eating Popcorn on a Piano)" to the "Raining Tacos" song series. Head to the bandcamp to donate to Garrett's brain cancer chemotherapy treatments.

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Listen to Punknews Podcast #540 and #540.5!

Listen to Punknews Podcast #540 and #540.5!

Episode #540 of the Punknews Podcast is now up! On this episode John, Hallie, and Em talk about Descendents replacing NOFX at Punk Rock Bowling, the upcoming Descendents album, Fucked Up’s Year of the Horse physical release, and singers leaving bands. Record collecting and Charlie Watts are also discussed.

Bonus episode #540.5 is also up now! In this episode John plays dollar bin new wave. Listen to the new episodes below!

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Listen to Punknews Podcast #539!

Listen to Punknews Podcast #539!

Punknews Podcast #539 is now up! In this episode John, Hallie, Sam, and Em get excited about John’s upcoming book with Brad Logan, Architects of Self-Destruction: The Oral History of Leftover Crack (pre-order it here). They also discussthe new album from Rudimentary Peni, the importance of bread, the new Illuminati Hotties video and label imprint, and Ellen Foley’s upcoming album. Listen to the new episode below!

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Listen to Punknews Podcast #538!

Listen to Punknews Podcast #538!

Episode #538 of the Punknews Podcast is up now! In this episode Sam, Em, Hallie, and John pay tribute to the late Shock G of Digital Underground and talk about Iced Earth’s Jon Schaffer becoming an informant, Jeff Rosenstock’s SKA DREAM, the new video from Pleasure Venom, Croy and the BoysCrass cover, Fyre Fest fallout, and the new Dictators’ track. Em’s computer betrays her and the new Big Moose Manholington video is discussed. Listen to the new episode below!

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