114: Paul Mahern - Zero Boys
Episode 114: Paul Mahern of Zero Boys, Datura Seeds, and *ask also producer and engineer of Toxic Reasons, Blake Babies, John Cougar Mellencamp and more, talks to us about Minimalism and it's relation to punk, His Childhood from Indiana to Chicago to back to Indiana, Kill Your Idols, Is the Need To Teach a Fundamental Characteristic, DIY in the American Hardcore, His Job at The Archives of Traditional Music, his amazing work with John Cougar Mellencamp, a short discussion about Ritchie Blackmore and Much Much Much!
*ask (the band's bandcamp site)
Paul Mahern's Website
113: MIke of The huntingtons
Episode 113: Mike of The Huntingtons talks to us about catching up on the history of The Huntingtons, recording live in the studio as a departure approach, losing touch with new music and being a parent, rotating members and its repercussions, our shared indifference to Bad Religion, talk about the christian connections with the band and it's labels, along with discussions about free will and making big changes in life, and our big topic, A Ramonescore discussion where Mike and I get to be honest and respectful, plus much much more.
¡Muerto, Carcel, O Rocanrol! at Bandcamp
112: Mikey Erg (Yannich)
Episode 112 - Mikey Erg from The Ergs, The Unlovables, The Worriers, Solo projects and more talks to us about what do you listen to in a punk van, keeping track of music as if it's a job, are you still improving as a musician, solo work and the Ergs Machine, cassette recording to reel to reel to inventing in the studio, from in front of drums to behind in the early band days, can you whistle a Frank Zappa melody, and much much more.
Mikey Erg Bandcamp
Ergs, The Unlovables, Worriers, Solo...
111: Sammy King - Get Dead
Episode 111: Sammy King of Get Dead talks to Jughead about Real Recognize Real, Genre Hopping in the Modern Age, Punks Becoming Industries, Latch Key Kids, Living in the Gray and Being a Member of Society, Use of Drugs and the Ego, plus much much more.
Get Dead at Fat Wreck Chords
Episode 110: Rob Huddleston of Ann Beretta talks to Jughead about Vinnie Fiorello, Fueled By Ramen, Lookout Records, and Paper & Plastik, wise advice from Bill Stevenson, also the 2020 Clusterfuck leading to 60 days of songs and inspiration, the making of Ann Beretta's new record RISE, their musical friends like Thomas Barrett from Strike Anywhere and Mass Giorgini lending their talents, plus much much more.
Link to new record RISE
Link to Bandcamp with all music