Episode 76 of Jughead’s Basement sub-category LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests this week we meet Lookout Records co-founder and writer of Spy Rock Memories Lawrence Livermore. In this discussion we talk about such things as The Greaser and Hippie Movements, Being an Outcast in your own scene, Discovering one’s ancestry, American Democracy, China, retaining a childlike attitude and curiosity, the strained last days of Screeching Weasel’s last days on Lookout records and much much more.
By Spy Rock Memories
Larry Livermore Site
Aaron Cometbus Books & Zines
1. The Anarchy reverence in Stikky's song.
2. Op Ivy Live at Gilman St.
3. Del Shannon Runaway (Greaser)
4. Dada Hugo Ball (Sound Poem)
5. Dada Tristan Tzara
6. Boxer Rebellion (American conflict with China.
7. Trailer for Medium Cool (New Journalism)
8. New Journalism Interview with Gay Talese
Episode 75 with guest Max Connor lead singer and bassist of Eve 6. In this episode we discuss such things as skateboarding to Dead Kennedys, Max’ admiration of Screeching Weasel, my own sister’s experiences working with and getting the job for Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains, Max’ alcohol edition road to recovery and coping with OCD, Fountains Of Wayne, and his Heart In a Blender Tweets.
In Episode 74 Sebby of Zatopeks talks to Jughead about Malta, small towns, meeting at Uni, The Werecats, Pete's Clown Alter Ego, Zatopeks' constantly visiting female vocalist Jo Mangled, their former band 3 1/2 Inch Floppy, and of course much much more!
In Episode 73 Will DeNiro of Zatopeks talks to Jughead about literary references in punk songs and the learning curve of making them singalongable, Pop punks journey in and out of the mainstream, creating records from long distances, the effect of newspapers like the Daily Mail on culture, and much more!
Zatopeks at Bandcamp
Copyrights and Zatopeks
Episode 72: Scott Murphy solo musician and member of Allister, Scott and Rivers, and Monoeyes. In this episode we talk about Drive Thru Records, Book Your Own Fucking Life, Scott’s relationship with superband Elle Garden, a discussion about Guilty Pleasures and Irony, his moving to Tokyo and the many musicians he has worked with since Allister.