POZ Playlist: Pagano House Show

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 21, 2012

The second Team Pagano house show being sponsored by PropertyOfZack is taking place on Monday,a nd details can be found here. Mixtapes, With The Punches, Pentimento, Young English, I Was A Hero, and Doses are all playing the great show. Check out the Playlists and listen to the songs while reading everyone’s thoughts! 


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My Playlist of choice right now! - Ryan Rockwell


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Descendents - ‘Merican

Untouchable punk rock anthem. We live in a weird/rad/kinda fucked up/often embarrassing place. 
Transit - 1978
Some great friends of mine wrote this song on the front porch of my parents house. I love this record and this song always reminds me of that summer. - Jesse Vadala
A Wilhelm Scream - Skid Rock
One of my favorite bands making music and this song of a perfect example why I love them so much, incredible musicianship, angry lyrics. You should start every day with an A Wilhelm Scream record 
The Swellers - Vehicle City Blues *Song is currently not on Spotify
This band has been amazing me since the first time I heard them, their lyrics, their melodies, and just the way they approach everything they do. One of my favorites making music. - Dustin Wallace
Good Old War - Over and Over
First track off of Come Back As Rain. Incredible band, super talented musicians, new album is awesome. Their catchy, fun, folk/acoustic sound sets them apart from other bands.
Acceptance - Seeing Is Believing
From their Black Lines to Battlefields EP (2003). This band was one of my favorites. Jason Vena had one of the best voices of the genre at the time. If you don’t know about them or they were before your time. Go download everything they ever put out, you will not regret it. - Shane Maziekien
Fall Out Boy - The Patron Saint Of Liars And Fakes
I chose this song because it brings me back to my first time ever on the road. I would always jam this song and play the take this to your grave record on repeat! Brings back the good old days. 
Transit - Long Lost Friends
This song is just incredible and so catchy. Also helped me through some rough times. There also great dudes and insanely talented musicians. - Vinny Guzzardi
None More Black - Under My Feet
This band is responsible for three of my favorite LPs ever, and I think they’re one of the best bands of the genre. As far as I’m concerned, anything Jason Shevchuck touches turns to gold.
Grey Area - Dear God
The whole album is catchy as shit and is filled to the brim with nonstop hooks. Grey Area features former members of Warzone and Vinny Value who played drums in one of my favorite bands of all time, Kill Your Idols. - Mike Corvasce


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Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe
Yeah, I get it. It’s a tweeny style pop song that you’d only hear on the radio stations that you’d normally avoid…But I challenge you to find a better crafted pop song that has come out in the past year. The reason songs like this are created (aside from brainwashing America’s youth to worship Satan/have unprotected sex/kill their parents) are to put you in a good mood and make you have fun when listening to it. For whatever reason, this song caught my ear and I can’t help but marvel at its genius. I could go on forever about how great this song is…but let’s just say my parents are dead, and I feel like a million bucks.
Small Brown Bike - What’s Missing Is Dead *Song is currently not on Spotify
As soon as this song starts I can’t help but clench my fists, close my eyes, and get swept away by the music. This song personifies Small Brown Bike so well and is a great place to start if you’ve never checked them out before. The feel of this jam is so interesting, and I think that’s part of what keeps me coming back.
Lagwagon - Bury The Hatchet
Lagwagon has been a super heavy influence on me as a musician. “DUH” is an excellent punk record front to back, but this song stands out as one of the greater cuts. 
Now, Now - School Friends
This song is just plain incredible in my book. In fact, “Threads” is a perfect record. This track sets a mood and scenario that is so beautifully sad. Everything from the instrumentation to the lyrics is so direct and on point. I feel like I watch the things explained in this song happen daily, or have somehow been involved in things like this, and the song just puts it all into a very simple, very beautiful perspective that is easy for me to relate to.
Heartwell - 2nd Annual *Song is currently not on Spotify
Not only are these guys some of the best dudes around, but they write killer music. Listen to this jam if you want to have a new favorite song forever and ever. 
Daytrader - Firebreather
The new record is great, and touring with these guys was a blast. However every night I found myself looking forward to where this song would fit into their set above everything else. Not that their other music isn’t great, but this song is fucking devastating. It’s so heavy and so well crafted that I can’t help but admire everything about it from beginning to end. The harmonies in the last chorus of this song get me every time. - Michael Hansen


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Manchester Orchestra - Shake It Out

I spend hours on YouTube watching videos of this song live. The bridge is out of control.
With The Punches - Cags *Song is currently not on Spotify
Support your homies.
Pennywise - Society
America is in shambles.
Saves The Day - Head For The Hills
After giving Sound The Alarm another chance I really love it. 
The Get Up Kids - Close To Home
A seriously over looked banger on Something To Write Home About.
The Anniversary - All Things Ordinary
I don’t think this band ever really got the hype they deserved. This song fucking rules.
Bright Eyes - First Day Of My Life
Romantical.
Death Cab For Cutie - Title And Registration
I just love this song.
The Stryder - Eleven Eleven *Song is currently not on Spotify
Classic, this band’s debut was awesome.
The National - Apartment Song *Song is currently not on Spotify
Somber music for a rainy day.


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Misser - Weightless

The first verse of this song is incredible. It’s as if Four Year Strong and American Football had a lovechild.
Say Anything - Do Better
Call me late, but I only just recently got into them and this song is the epitome of perfect pop music. That guitar solo shreds.
The Menzingers - Even For An Eggshell
With all of the buzz they’ve gotten from their phenomenal new record, I decided to go back and listen to some of their older stuff and yes, it still kicks major ass.
Major League - Baltimore *Song is currently not on Spotify
Taylor Eby’s guest spot on this song is just the icing on the cake.
Real Friends - Floorboards
This is the next pop punk band to blow up. The bridge of this song is so heartbreakingly aggressive. That’s the only way to describe it.
Citizen - I’m Sick Of Waiting *Song is currently not on Spotify
This band really branched out on their recent split with Turnover, and I really like the direction they’re going in.
Iron Chic - Cutesy Monster Man
If you don’t listen to them, you’re already loosing points.
Forever Came Calling - Front Porch Sunrise
Joe knows how to write a good hook. Period.
Man Overboard - Night Feelings
Their self-titled record has some of the best vocal melodies in pop-punk music. This song in particular.
Owen - Too Many Moons
A song to listen to when you’re relaxing. - Brandon Pagano


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Bright Eyes - First Day of My Life
I love sad music. Even love songs can be sad in the best way possible. Any song that can make you feel something, whether it’s good or bad, is a great song. “I’m glad I didn’t die before I met you.”
Thrice - Red Sky
This song is the song that REALLY got me into Thrice. Dustin Kensrue has so much passion and emotion in his voice. He could sing the phone book and I would listen to it. This song has so much imagery in it, it’s like watching a movie whenever I listen. - Kelce
AFI - Malleus Maleficarum
Black Sails In The Sunset is the album that introduced me to AFI. Definitely one of my favorite AFI songs.
The Distillers - For Tonight You’re Only Here To Know
Coral Fang is one of my all time favorite records. Brody has always been a big influence of mine. - Danielle
Daytrader - Kill My Compass
This song is so damn catchy and has been stuck in my head for weeks.
The Story of The Year - “Is This My Fate,” He asked Them
This song has a message in it that I can really get behind. - Will
Kid Dynamite - Heart A Tact
Bad Religion - Kyoto Now! - Joey
Balance and Composure - Quake
Say Anything - Mara and Me - Alex

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