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Ride or Cry

The Ride or Cry Podcast

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Each week the founders of Emo Nite LA invite musicians, bands, and friends to sit down and talk.

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Fish has seen it all at Emo Nite! So why not spill some of the tea?

We laughed and then laughed some more with Travis Mills mostly about guitar tones but also about how his career got started on MySpace, some tricks and tips about how to be the best radio host (sometimes you gotta play a John Mayer... more

Zoom zoomed with Pat from Movements about our mutual obsession with Julia Michaels, the new album "No Good Left To Give" (and the ideal way to listen to it!), overcoming writer's block, his new journey into the world of tattooing,... more

We talked with DE'WAYNE about what it was like to be signed to and feeling understood by such an iconic label like Hopeless Records, finding your sound as an artist while staying true to who you are, his tour workout plan with... more

We were there when Yungblud played his first show in the U.S. and have watched him grow and evolve like proud parents. It was really nice to talk with him about how he's continued to engage with his fans even during this time when he can't... more

So excited to have Zach Sang on the pod this week! We chatted about his experiences interviewing the biggest artists in the world like Cardi B and Ariana Grande, the agony of having to interview people over Zoom vs in real life, how... more

We spoke with Matt Cutshall about making sure everything you put out is of quality (like his new yum coffee), how his emo persona came about, accidentally going viral on Facebook, his super fun Emo Nite performance, and creating... more

We love Hanif so much, so it was an honor to have him on the ROC podcast. We talked about how music and art fuel social movements, our absolute love for My Chem, confronting toxic masculinity in the emo scene, and a million other things.

We chatted with Bonnie from Stand Atlantic about what it's like to be a woman in the emo & pop punk scene, ways in which the music industry could be more inclusive of women, putting out music amidst a pandemic, and the future of... more

This week's conversation is led by female and non-binary Black voices in our community so they can share their experience growing up in the scene. It's time for us to listen, but more importantly and it's time for us to make changes.... more

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