Sleep On It frontman Zech Pluister talks about the music he just can't listen to anymore

Every music lover has that one good song or album that’s ruined by a shitty time or person. For Sleep On It frontman Zech Pluister, The Wonder Years were tragically overexposed to the point of becoming unlistenable and he considers the entire genre of trap rap devoid of talent. Pluister also debates the appeal of The Front Bottoms and Modern Baseball and blames pop punk satirist Jarrod Alonge for the strained longevity of pizza-pining lyrics and songs about hating your hometown.