DiscoverSound Only
Sound Only
Claim Ownership

Sound Only

Author: The Ringer

Subscribed: 3,146Played: 15,540
Share

Description

Justin Charity and Micah Peters discuss their deepest, darkest thoughts about the millennial lifestyle: rap music, video games, anime, Youtube, social media, etc. and their underlying themes. 

48 Episodes
Reverse
Justin Charity and Micah Peters discuss McDonald’s newest partnership with rapper Travis Scott. They talk about his collaboration with McDonald’s, which includes merch, as well as the Travis Scott meal with a Quarter Pounder (0:13). Then they discuss the type of celebrity Travis Scott is (13:25), and what attracts millennials to this type of artistry and persona (43:43). Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Justin Charity and Micah Peters talk about 'Avatar: The Last Airbender,' a mid-2000s American animated TV Series that has made its return to Netflix. They discuss their personal relationship with the animation (0:35), the show's enduring popularity (20:30), and what makes a particular animation feel "American" (47:58). Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Justin Charity and Micah Peters remember actor Chadwick Boseman. They talk about his sudden death (1:00), some of his most iconic roles (17:15), and the impact he had on so many (39:10). Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Justin Charity and Micah Peters talk about the incident in which Megan Thee Stallion says Tory Lanez shot her (3:00). They break down the tendency to trivialize violence among celebrities, such as Chris Brown and Rihanna (13:50). Then, they talk about the distinction between street business and fan content (32:15). Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Justin Charity and Micah Peters compare the emergent musical-remix style slowed + reverb to its formative influence, chopped and screwed (1:30), discuss the new style's resonance on TikTok (16:20), and break down the critical distance between millennials and Zoomers. (26:40). Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Justin Charity and Micah Peters discuss the popular web video series 'Verzuz,' which pits two musical acts against one another in a livestream cipher. Charity and Micah break down the recent 2 Chainz vs. Rick Ross matchup and then discuss the larger significance of 'Verzuz' reinvigorating hip-hop during an otherwise dismal, restrictive year. Hosts: Justin Charity and Micah Peters
Ringer staff writers Justin Charity and Micah Peters are back with their podcast, 'Sound Only,' now airing weekly. Follow along as they discuss their deepest, darkest thoughts about the millennial lifestyle: rap music, video games, anime, YouTube, social media, and more.
Finally, we discuss 'The End of Evangelion' in comparison with the TV series finale and the modern temptation to discount the show’s characters and sexuality as “problematic.”   Episodes discussed: 27 - 28   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
Kaworu Nagisa | Sound Only

Kaworu Nagisa | Sound Only

2019-07-0301:55:08

We discuss the final episodes of ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion,’ which introduce the final pilot as well as the final Angel before ending the series on a cathartic if bewildering final note. (Don’t worry, we’ll cover ‘The End of Evangelion’ in the sixth and final episode of 'Sound Only.')   Episodes discussed: 22-26   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
Toji Suzuhara | Sound Only

Toji Suzuhara | Sound Only

2019-07-0202:32:32

We discuss episodes 15 through 21 of ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion,’ which puts Toji in the cockpit of the brand-new Unit-03. Meanwhile, Kaji leads a dangerous investigation of NERV, the Angel in Terminal Dogma, and the real cause of Second Impact.   Episodes discussed: 15 - 21   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
We discuss episodes 8 through 14 of ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion,’ which introduce us to Asuka Langley Soryu, the hot-headed pilot of Unit-02, and which also begin to grapple with the intriguing backstories for Misato, Ritsuko, and Kaji.   Episodes covered: 8 - 14   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
Rei Ayanami | Sound Only

Rei Ayanami | Sound Only

2019-06-2502:30:33

We talk about the arrival of ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’ on Netflix and the changes that accompanied the new release (00:00) before breaking down episodes three through seven, which introduce us to Rei Ayanami, the pilot of Evangelion Unit-00 (08:42).   Episodes covered: 3 - 7   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
In the first episode of our six-part miniseries on the 1995 classic ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion,’ we break down the context of the show, explain its importance and impact in both anime and the TV canon, and discuss the show's main character, Shinji Ikari (00:00). Then we analyze the first two episodes, “Angel Attack” and “The Beast” (32:43).   Episodes covered: 1 - 2   Hosts: Justin Charity, Micah Peters
Track 1: Outlaw Country, Female Rappers, and Memphis Sound Feat. Israel Daramola Track 2: Queer Pop and Singer-Songwriters Feat. Danny Chau Track 3: Mailbag Feat. Donnie Kwak Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Cardi B, Janelle Monáe, Parquet Courts, and More Feat. Rob Harvilla Track 2: The Pistol Annies and Garth Brooks Live Feat. Tyler Parker Further Reading: The Best Albums of 2018, Shea Serrano and Rob Harvilla Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Making Sense of Kanye and Drake’s (Twitter) Rap Beef Track 2: Revising The 10 Most Underrated Rap Albums of 2018 Further Reading: The Year in Drake: Did He Win or Lose 2018?, Alphonse Pierre The Best Rap Albums of 2018, Pitchfork How 2018 Marked a New Era of Trolling in Hip-Hop, Stephen Kearse Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Shad’s New Album, ‘A Short Story About a War’ Track 2: How Interviewing and ‘Hip-Hop Evolution’ Have Influenced His Music Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Eminem’s Interminable Freestyle Feat. Donnie Kwak Track 2: J.I.D.’s “DiCaprio 2” Feat. Charles Holmes Track 3: The 1975’s “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” Feat. Justin Sayles Further Reading: Screaming F-ck the Free World: What If Life Were One Big Rap Battle?, Donnie Kwak The 10 Most Underrated Rap Albums of 2018, The Ringer Staff How J.I.D Got Better, Faster, and More Brutal, Charles Holmes A Brief Inquiry Into the 1975: Our Instant Reactions to One of the Year’s Best Albums, Justin Sayles Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Mariah Carey’s ‘Caution’ Feat. Lindsay Zoladz Track 2: Music Recommendations Feat. Paul Thompson Further Reading: I Do Know Her: The Undying Diva Power of Mariah Carey, Lindsay Zoladz Subscribe to our weekly playlist here. Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
Track 1: Anderson .Paak’s “Oxnard” Feat. Danny Chau Track 2: 15 Years of Jay-Z's “The Black Album” Feat. Sean Fennessey Further Reading: Anderson .Paak Remains Great, Even If ‘Oxnard’ Is Only Good, Micah Peters Credits: Hosted by: Micah Peters Produced by: Bobby Wagner Theme song by: Pell Brought to you by: The Ringer Podcast Network
loading
Comments (1)

Whitney Rodden

New episodes??

Mar 21st
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store