Note To Scene
From pop-punk to metalcore, the conversation starts here. A weekly discussion tackling all the biggest news, drama and deep dives on your favorite artists. Questions, comments, requests for episode topics? Email email@example.com
info_outline A discussion about Emmure and cancel culture EP. 96 07/06/2020
A discussion about Emmure and cancel culture EP. 96 This week guest Brandy Hadden co-hosts to discuss Emmure's new album Hindsight and Frankie Palmeri's past. From lyrics to merchandise, Frankie used shock value and offensive tactics to bring attention to his music. Where should we stand on this in 2020?
info_outline What the hell happened to Gym Class Heroes? EP. 95 06/24/2020
What the hell happened to Gym Class Heroes? EP. 95 This week Tyler dives into the story of Gym Class Heroes: the band's story, legacy and where things stand today. There was also a ton of bands who dropped new music last week: Neck Deep, Hands Like Houses, Knuckle Puck, Point North, New Found Glory and Make Them Suffer. The former four groups dropped new singles, while the latter two have new albums out.
info_outline How the Scene Failed Four Year Strong EP. 94 06/15/2020
How the Scene Failed Four Year Strong EP. 94 Four Year Strong should've been a massive band. From major labels to the right record at the right time, everything was primed for success. So what happened? Why did the bottom fall out and they lose all their momentum? The scene turned their backs on Four Year Strong. They failed them. This week on the podcast Tyler breaks down the story of FYS, from the demos, major labels, A Day to Remember beef and everything in between. What went wrong?
info_outline The scene needs to take a step back EP. 93 06/08/2020
The scene needs to take a step back EP. 93 It doesn't feel right to do a normal episode this week with another deep dive. With everything happening in the world right now, and subsequently happening in the scene, it's important to take a step back to listen and learn. This episode contains news from last week in the scene, but more importantly resources to educate yourself with.
info_outline The scene's biggest songs of all time EP. 92 06/01/2020
The scene's biggest songs of all time EP. 92 What are the scene's biggest songs of all time? This week Tyler breaks down the biggest tracks to ever come out of our world based on Hot 100 chartings. Starting with ones that peaked at No. 10 all the way through the only No. 1 the scene ever had. Think you know what it is? Listen to find out. Also this week there is news from Emmure, Attila and I Prevail.
info_outline How Asking Alexandria became one of the scene's biggest bands EP. 91 05/18/2020
How Asking Alexandria became one of the scene's biggest bands EP. 91 Asking Alexandria have been around for over a decade now and they're still one of the scene's biggest bands. How did they get here? Tyler unpacks their entire history in this episode, starting with Stand Up and Scream to today and their new album, Like a House on Fire. Also, news from The Ghost Inside, Volumes and Kevin Lyman on a possible Warped Tour replacement.
info_outline The story of Attack Attack! and how they changed the scene EP. 90 05/11/2020
The story of Attack Attack! and how they changed the scene EP. 90 If you don't remember Attack Attack!, you're either lying or just missed out on an entire era of the scene. This band had arguably the most influence on modern metalcore as we knew it at the turn of the decade. Tyler breaks down their entire history from the first demo EP to the shitshow that was Nativ. He also tackles news from Veil of Maya, Capstan, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! and Hayley Williams.
info_outline What the hell happened to Never Shout Never? EP. 89 05/04/2020
What the hell happened to Never Shout Never? EP. 89 This week on the podcast Tyler unpacks the history of Never Shout Never, from MySpace hype to major label bidding wars to a kid who walked away from everything because he just felt burnt by the industry. So what exactly happened? And where is he now? Also news from Machine Gun Kelly, Boston Manor, Dance Gavin Dance and The Used.
info_outline How Dance Gavin Dance became one of the scene's biggest bands EP. 88 04/27/2020
How Dance Gavin Dance became one of the scene's biggest bands EP. 88 Dance Gavin Dance somehow became not only survivors of the scene, but one of the biggest acts in what's left of our world. This week Tyler unpacks how they got to where they are, as well as how they're about to have the biggest moment of their career ripped out from underneath them. We also have news from Falling In Reverse, The Used, The Ghost Inside and Enter Shikari.
info_outline Remembering Falling In Reverse Guitarist Derek Jones EP. 87 04/22/2020
Remembering Falling In Reverse Guitarist Derek Jones EP. 87 Falling In Reverse guitarist Derek Jones died yesterday, April 22. He was 35. In tribute, we put together an additional episode of the podcast this week that runs through Derek's career from his early days in The Agony Scene and A Smile From the Trenches to current day in Falling In Reverse.
info_outline Enter Shikari: The story of the scene's most underrated band EP. 86 04/20/2020
Enter Shikari: The story of the scene's most underrated band EP. 86 This week Tyler unpacks the history of Enter Shikari and how they became the scene's most underrated band of all time. He also discusses news from A Day to Remember, Asking Alexandria, Neck Deep, All Time Low and August Burns Red, as well as looks ahead to next week with a new Dance Gavin Dance album and Falling In Reverse's first No. 1 single at Rock Radio.
info_outline The From First to Last, Underoath supergroup you never knew about EP. 85 04/13/2020
The From First to Last, Underoath supergroup you never knew about EP. 85 On the latest episode of Note to Scene, Tyler unpacks The New Tragic's drama-filled story and how their songs all tie back to Chasing Safety. He also discusses news from Twenty One Pilots, Sleeping With Sirens, Bring Me the Horizon, Man Overboard and Greeley Estates. Buckle up and take notes, someone's gotta remember this shit.
info_outline Warped Tour 2010: What did the scene look like a decade ago? EP. 84 04/07/2020
Warped Tour 2010: What did the scene look like a decade ago? EP. 84 From nevershoutnever! to Suicide Silence, Tyler takes a look back on Warped Tour 2010 and what the scene looked like a decade ago.
info_outline Ronnie Radke, the future of PVRIS and... Lil Uzi Vert? EP. 82 03/10/2020
Ronnie Radke, the future of PVRIS and... Lil Uzi Vert? EP. 82 Tyler got lazy this week and didn't book a co-host so he answered a bunch of listener questions. He covers everything from Ronnie Radke, the future of PVRIS and, yes, Lil Uzi Vert.
info_outline Craig Owens and the return of D.R.U.G.S. EP 81 03/03/2020
Craig Owens and the return of D.R.U.G.S. EP 81 Tyler and Rabab break down the return of D.R.U.G.S., the reasoning behind our piece about where Craig Owens has been and why we do what we do here at Note To Scene. We also spend the second half of the episode answering mailbag questions.
info_outline Put up or shut up: How does All Time Low grow up? EP. 80 02/25/2020
Put up or shut up: How does All Time Low grow up? EP. 80 Industry professional and resident neon expert Mackenzie Hall guest-hosts this week's episode to unpack All Time Low's entire history front to back. From the demo EP's to a new album in 2020, we cover it all.
info_outline The scene's most unlikeliest survivors EP. 79 02/11/2020
The scene's most unlikeliest survivors EP. 79 Finn McKenty of The Punk Rock MBA gust-hosts this week to discuss a handful of the scene's most unlikeliest survivors. From Portugal. the Man to Breathe Carolina, he and Tyler unpack it all.
info_outline A Summoning: The return of My Chemical Romance EP. 78 02/04/2020
A Summoning: The return of My Chemical Romance EP. 78 Cassie Whitt, the leader of the MCRmy, joins Tyler to break down the return of My Chemical Romance. From the band's breakup on March 22, 2013 to the ticket fiasco of January 2020 and everything in between, they discuss it all.
info_outline The return of Hayley Williams EP. 77 01/28/2020
The return of Hayley Williams EP. 77 Hayley Williams is back with her first official solo song. Is it a hit? Tyler and guest host Brandy Hadden break down the song, its video and what to expect from Hayley's solo cycle. They also discuss All Time Low's return single "Some Kind of Disaster" and answer a couple listener questions.
info_outline Ranking the biggest scene bands of 2020 EP. 76 01/20/2020
Ranking the biggest scene bands of 2020 EP. 76 What does it take to make the list? Based on album sales, streaming numbers, venue sizes and the general momentum behind these bands, Tyler Sharp and Rock Feed's Brian Storm rank the biggest acts in the scene right now.
info_outline Dissecting the scene's biggest comebacks of 2019 EP. 75 01/13/2020
Dissecting the scene's biggest comebacks of 2019 EP. 75 Note To Scene is back as a podcast, website and newsletter. We thought it'd only be fitting to dedicate our first episode back to all the comebacks that happened in the scene throughout 2019. From My Chemical Romance to Motion City Soundtrack and everyone in between, we discuss it all.
info_outline Twenty One Pilots disappointed with underwhelming sales EP. 74 10/16/2018
Twenty One Pilots disappointed with underwhelming sales EP. 74 Twenty One Pilots, Trench and the end of emo.
info_outline Bring Me The Horizon's return, and the loss of WCAR's Kyle Pavone EP. 71 08/28/2018
Bring Me The Horizon's return, and the loss of WCAR's Kyle Pavone EP. 71 We discuss the tragic loss of We Came as Romans singer Kyle Pavone, alongside the return of the scene's biggest band, Bring Me The Horizon.
info_outline Hey there Delilah, what was it like in 2007? EP. 70 08/19/2018
Hey there Delilah, what was it like in 2007? EP. 70 2007 was a wild year for the scene. We take the deepest dive anyone has ever done. Buckle up.
info_outline The Story So Far, last pop-punk band standing? EP. 69 08/08/2018
The Story So Far, last pop-punk band standing? EP. 69 The Story So Far are back with their long-awaited fourth album is upon us. We break down the lead single and what we think this cycle is going to hold for the band. We also discuss news from Beartooth, From First To Last and more.
info_outline Is Ronnie Radke Losing His Mind? EP. 67 07/11/2018
Is Ronnie Radke Losing His Mind? EP. 67 Ronnie Radke is pumping the gas behind Falling In Reverse and doubling down on his breed of rap-electronic-metalcore. Will it work? We also discuss news from Paramore, Blink-182, All Time Low, Taking Back Sunday and more!