CCP Ep. #197: From Caplan to Belsize by Muncie Girls

This week we’re tumbling down the rocky trail of punk music to check out an Exeter, UK trio called Muncie Girls and their album From Caplan to Belsize. The album, which advertises itself as tackling everything from politics to interpersonal relationships, is the debut LP for the trio, and is sure to fire up some debates. The last debate of the night results in our topic [1:25:51]: What have the effects of “counter-culture” movements been on art and music in recent decades? We look at the pros, the cons, and finally pose the ultimate question: is counter-counter even, like, a real thing still? Let’s hear your thoughts!

Next week’s review:
The Impossible Kid by Aesop Rock
Courtesy of: Alex StarF Alverson

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