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We begin with a study which states 6,000 Detroit school children did not have a schedule recess this school year. We follow that up with the second half of our 2018 Vans Warped Tour Preview. This time around we talk about Trash Boat, State Champs, Palaye Royale, Four Year Strong and Simple Plan.

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Next up, Robert Under interviews Chazz and Ethan from Salt Lake City band Picnics at Soap Rock. We talk about their history as a duo, the music scene in Salt Lake City and their debut EP, which came out on June 20th.

We end the show with Erin attempting to guess the top 10 selling pop punk albums of all-time.

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At the top of the show we talk about the North American International Auto Show’s proposal to move away from its cold January schedule We end the first segment with a preview of the 2018 Vans Warped Tour which hits locally on July 20th. Included in the preview are Nekrogoblikon, Ice Nine Kills, Beartooth, Knuckle Puck and Bowling For Soup. Join us next week for the second half of our preview.

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Next up we have a preview segment for the upcoming interview with SLC Emo Band Picnics at Soap Rock.

First Friday of the month so of course that means its time for our July Movie Preview. This time around we took a look at The First Purge, Skyscraper, Equalizer 2, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies and Mission Impossible: Fallout.

We close it out with the third and final piece of our interview with Ben Wixson. Including his time spent with current project Young Hunger.

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We come out of the gates strong tackling a trio of local topics. Kwame Kilpatrick asking Trump for a pardon, Miguel Cabrera’s season ending injury and Ford Motor Company purchasing the old Train Station are all discussed.

A new reoccuring segment follows, as Robert Under recommends what show he’d be most interested in seeing this coming week.

We end with Part One of our interview with Detroit Punk Ben Wixson, covering his early bands and his time spent in the Metro Detroit Hall Show Scene.

-R