WR679: Cheap Heat

Episode 679 April 11, 2022 00:30:17
WR679: Cheap Heat
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WR679: Cheap Heat
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Show Notes

The pro wrestling-inspired power-pop punks of Cheap Heat sat down for a quick interview on the podcast!

We talked about their new record, the Rope Break Records label, using wrestling (which I, admittedly, don’t know much about) as subject matter/symbolism in their songs, and much more.

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