How Wrestling Explains the World: Episode 8 – Songwriting

The Wrestling Estate‘s David Gibb and the Internet’s Nick Bond are here twice monthly to provide a pleasantly in-depth discussion on what makes professional wrestling, well, professional wrestling. And what that means for the rest of the world.

This week: We have Dylan Roth — of The Hell Yeah Babies — on to talk about the similarities between writing pop punk music and planning a match, how live performances can inform the final product, whether or not he’s ever heeled out on a crowd and why we want to WALK WITH ELIAS despite his obvious musical deficiencies.

If you liked our theme song, “Dog of War” by Dylan’s band The Hell Yeah Babies, you should buy their album All The Things You Believe on Bandcamp

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