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Two friends and former band-mates now 300 miles a part take their love for music and bring you the Check Out This Record Podcast. During the show we suggest albums for one another that we have never heard before to review, we also will review the same album that we are unfamiliar with, and have a variety of musical discussions.
 
Welcome to Punk Rock Horror Podcast the only podcast where the love of horror movies meets punk rock culture ran by two horror fanatics Matt and Cody who love to talk about all things horror. Every other week Matt and Cody discuss themes and controversies in the horror genre and community the two will also give a discussion on two horror films they feel should have gotten more attention.
 
Welcome to Welcome to Paradise, your one destination for all things Green Day, hosted by the International Superfans, comedians Kenn Edwards and Patrick Miller. Every episode, Patrick and Kenn will discuss every album (from studio records to live releases and all the odds, ends, and rarities in-between) song-by-song, dissect the lyrics, and divulge embarrassing information about themselves, all the while tracing the band’s steps from their humble origins as Sweet Children to their current st ...
 
End Hits Records has the label’s own artists and guests talk about their musical socialization. While you can hear some very personal and exciting stories on what has brought each and everyone to the place they are in, you will get some behind the scenes stories from the End Hits Records tour (Season 1) and some nerd facts on the latest release - re-issues of Better Than A Thousand’s "Value Driven’ and "Just One" and a completely remastered discography release (Season 2). Unlike to its first ...
 
MYSTERIOUS MATTERS OF MAX METTERS: Peter Gelman's punk rock romantic novel of the 1980s. It uses a vigorous word-crushing "maximalist" approach to prose fiction, in defiance of the era's terse, inexpressive, helpless, despairing "minimalism". Passion, philosophy, fisticuffs and word ferment.... A podcast audiobook in 21 chapters (plus 1, the introduction). Recording progress now (2013). Written in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in 1990-1991. Now available as a paper book in popular bookstore ...
 
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This week I'm joined by Phester Swollen of the Rotters. We talk starting a punk band in the 805 in 1977, doing the Sit on My Face Stevie Nicks 7", Fleetwood Mac's reaction, trying to break into LA, crashing Rodney on the ROQ with the Ramones, and tons more. Next, I'm laying out a Nardcore starter kit. Episode 1, the Legend, Joe Rivas, Dan Sant, and…
 
"Let's go to the punk rock show!" That's right Wall Fans, after a long year and a half, finally got back to a live show! Feeling re invigorated to say the least...Though my voice and hearing still need to adjust! We had a week off for good reasons but now we are once again back to full strength. Join in for your weekly dose of common sense as we un…
 
In this week's episode, we have a fan request for the Black Pumas self-titled debut. They go track by track in this full album review and give their impressions of this up-and-coming back. Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! J…
 
This is a repost of my interview with Chris Broach that I did back in 2019 and here is what we chatted about: The band not having a digestible sound Skating with the dudes from Cap’n Jazz when they were in High School Teaching himself how to play guitar based on what he thought sounded good How he joined the band Chicago pride Touring a lot burning…
 
Summer's winding down so you gotta catch as catch can. Here are some of the best Americana songs around about summer flings and wanting more. Adam Hooks and the Huckleberries -- “Samantha (Bad News)” (So Far Gone) (01:46) The Redhill Valleys -- “Finish Line” (Single) (05:06) Emily Duff -- “Don’t Hang the Moon” (Razor Blade Smile) (10:37) Gabe Lee -…
 
I'm joined by Dan Sant, Ben Edge, and Anthony Pappalardo and we're talking hardcore. There's another contest this week...when you hear the title of this episode, shoot me an email at 185milessouth@gmail.com and we'll put you into the draw. Here's the timestamps: 04:07 - Vocal Test Karaoke - Andrew Kline (Strife/Berthold City) 05:25 - 185 Trivia: Da…
 
In today's episode UndeadMatt and KrampusCody Talk about their hate for the disappearance of the Drive-In Theater, Share their love for creating new themes for Chip N' Dale performers, and review the movies Society(1989) and Kill List (2011); they give the pros, the cons, warn you of any triggers but ultimately makes the case as to why you should w…
 
Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you’ve been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. Saturday Supercade was a pop-punk band from Cincinnati, Ohio that sounded like a happier version of Propagandhi. They put out a 7” and 2 full-length albums and did a bit of touring in the late 90s. …
 
In today's episode UndeadMatt and KrmapusCody are joined with Crystal from Horror Nights In to discuss what conspiracies they could get behind, discuss the ins and outs of deciding what topics to touch on for content, and discuss the conspiracies that surround the Denver Airport! Music for todays Episode: Band: Chiliocosm Song: Expectations Faceboo…
 
This episode I speak with the professional wrestler PUF. We talk a lot about the wild world of professional wrestling. Make sure to find PUF on every social media platform at @pufisgod. DM PUF for some merch! Art by Kat Lanser hatemail.bigcartel.com https://www.instagram.com/_hatemail_ Animation by Bradley Thomas Turner http://bradleythomasturner.c…
 
Well hello there Wall Fans! I survived the night of explosions, so we are back with your weekly dose of common sense! Join the fun as we unpack some interesting stories from the past week as well as call out a LOT of hypocrisy...Not to mention the fact that we were forced to discuss Machine Gun Kelly (I know it's crazy but we need the common sense)…
 
In this week's episode, Marc and Frank talk all about the 1988 album "Hang Time" by Soul Asylum. They go track by track in this full album review and give their impressions as it's a side of Soul Asylum that they weren't familiar with. Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! I…
 
Grace Pettis and I celebrate her phenomenal album, Working Woman, by trading feminist country and roots music. We also discuss how Grace uses her platform to benefit people who are marginalized in the music industry, and what being a woman really means. Here's that Spotify playlist of feminist country music that Grace and I mentioned. Learn more ab…
 
A Stevie Nicks fan's must. My intimate conversation with Stevie from the last time Fleetwood Mac were about to put out a new studio album. April 2003, in Los Angeles. Nicks opens up about the post-911 process of writing new songs, plus thoughts on her biggest regret, her proudest achievement, and so much more. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwood…
 
This episode I have Ryan Murphy on from Venue Group. Ryan and his team are building the Huntsville Amphitheater with plans to help Huntsville and Alabama prosper musically. Be sure to keep an eye out for what happens next with the Hunstville Amphitheater. https://www.huntsvilleamphitheater.com/ Art by Kat Lanser hatemail.bigcartel.com https://www.i…
 
I'm joined by Dan Sant, Ben Edge, and Posi Chris and we're talking hardcore. 02:00 - Discussion: Compilations/Samplers 32:00 - Collector's Bargain Corner: Intense Energy 7" 36:43 - Vocal Test Karaoke: Eric Pocock (Discourage) 38:12 - Discourage - Forlorn Hope 7" 48:15 - Ones Gotta Go: In My Eyes/TYF/Hands Tied/Floorpunch 70:28 - Side A vs Side B: C…
 
...And the rockets red glare! The Common Sense bursting in air!.. Oh yes Wall Fans, it's that special day here in the U.S. where everyone drinks too much, eats too much and then sets off explosives! Yea 'Merica! That being said, we still have your weekly dose of common sense, just no explosives, since we don't feel a need to compensate... Join the …
 
In this week's episode, Marc and Frank talk The Black Keys and their 2014 album Turn Blue! They go track by track in this full album review! Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com…
 
In today's episode UndeadMatt and KrampusCody sit and talk about their hate for scummy people, their love for the fathers in our lives, and review the movies Depraved (2019) and Patchwork (2015) and give you the pros, the cons, warn you of any triggers, and ultimately make the case as to why you should watch these movies now!Today's outro band are …
 
The second episode this week explores some of my favorite protest music -- just in time for the Fourth of July! You can read more about the No-No boys here. No-No Boy -- “Close Your Eyes and Dream of Flowers” (1975) (4:03) Nana Grizol -- “Plantation Country” (South Somewhere Else) (7:26) Leyla McCalla -- “Money is King” (Capitalist Blues) (12:24) H…
 
In this two-episode week, Rachel spins the best music released in June (that she hasn't already covered for Pride, at least.) She also talks a little bit about the survivor's guilt of seeing Cory Branan in concert. Cory Branan -- “Visiting Hours” (Adios) (2:02) Angela Autumn -- “God’s Green Earth” (Frontiers Woman) (5:42) Von Bieker -- “An Artist’s…
 
In todays episode UndeadMatt and KrampusCody are joined with Troy of the band Raincity Ghouls to learn more about thier latest book, find out what creatives we would taking with making our own horror, and learn about the exciting and inspiring life of legendary director James Whale on a new episode of the Punk Rock Horror Podcast!Please Follow and …
 
THIS IS A PROTEST PODCAST. Derek Zanetti of The Homeless Gospel Choir joins me on this episode. We discuss protest songs, Pittsburgh, and redemption in the new age. Check out The Homeless Gospel Choir's new live album "This is a Protest Song" on A-F Records: https://thehomelessgospelchoir.bandcamp.com/album/this-is-a-protest-song Art by Kat Lanser …
 
Alright Wall Fans! Here is your second dose of common sense in less than 24 hours! Join the madness as we unpack all the important digital trends, entertainment news, parenting, and mental health...Not to mention some more travel stories featuring lots of craziness. We are back to "normal" (as normal as we can be) so get ready for a summer filled w…
 
What is this??!! Common Sense Sunday, on a Saturday?? That's right Wall Fans, a bit of a bonus episode due to the break we had, plus, the return of beer in the studio! Join in as we unpack the last few weeks along with some funny and ridiculous stories. Of course, all the common sense you are accustomed to...We will return to our regularly schedule…
 
In this week's episode, Marc and Frank talk Cowpunk and one of the bands that laid down the foundation for the genre...Jason & the Scorchers! They take a look at their debut album Lost and Found and go track by track. Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to r…
 
Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you’ve been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. Sig Transit Gloria was a 4 piece band consisting of Nate, Jason, Mike, and Pat. Their sound was that whole keyboard-driven magic that was very Get Up Kids esque. I got Pat on the Skype and this is w…
 
In our final Pride episode, I speak with my friend, poet and writer Anastasia Walker. As we discuss, Anastasia and I met five years ago at our college reunion, and have kept in touch since. We talk about her upcoming book of poetry, The Girl Who Wasn’t And Is from bd-studios, and how the trans experience has changed and is changing across the gener…
 
I'm joined by Dan Sant, Ben Edge, and Anthony Pappalardo and we're talking hardcore. 00:08 - Vocal Test Karaoke: Eva (Power Alone) 03:10 - Discussion: HC compilations in 2021 27:21 - Dead Heat "World at War" 42:42 - UFO: Bad Brains "ROIR" 51:47 - Side A vs Side B: Betrayed "Addiction" 63:07 - Trivia: Roger Camero vs Dan Sant (Champ) Check out the w…
 
In today's episode UndeadMatt and KrampusCody talk about their hate for self diagnosing Facebook groups, their love giant mech destruction and review the movies Serial Mom (1994) and Emelie (2015), and give you the pros, the cons, warn you of any triggers, and ultimately make the case as to why you should watch these movies now!We also get the plea…
 
In this week's episode, Marc and Frank review The Bouncing Souls album "How I Spent My Summer Vacation." See what they think about this album as it marks 20 years since it's been released!!! Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know!…
 
Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you’ve been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. Kill Your Idols was an American hardcore punk band from New York, active from 1995 through 2007 and were signed to SideOneDummy Records. The band released many 7" EPs, splits with other bands (inclu…
 
I’m honored to be joined by Terry Blade to celebrate Juneteenth and Pride! In this episode, Terry discuss his new single “Forward,” as well as his diverse influences and the BIPOC artists he resonates with. We also discuss the rapid corporatization of Juneteenth and how music media can best portray artists’ multiple identities. As always, learn abo…
 
Today UndeadMatt and KrampusCody sit with Shaun Tenan of the band Darkening Skies to reminece about the era of grunge, Take about the love of killer rifts, find out what powers we would gain from the costumes we wear, and to learn more about the band that is Darkening Skies!Follow and Support Darkening Skies:https://jibdigital.bandcamp.com/album/ju…
 
In today's episode UndeadMatt and KrampusCody finally rejoin in person and discuss the odd and mysterious disappearance of serial killer Belle Gunness who is reported to be behind the disappearance of 13-42 people.We also feature the songs: "I Don't Wanna See Your Face" , "Itchy Throat" and "Blue Whale" by the ever illusive Joshua Sturkey. I know t…
 
In this week's episode, Marc and Frank review Joe Bonamassa's The Ballad of John Henry. This is their first deep dive in to the blues guitarists catalog. See what they think in their track by track review. Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an alb…
 
Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you’ve been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. Fiddler Records was a small independent record label serving as the launchpad for several artists seminal to the pop, punk and emo genres. Starting as the brainchild of 16-year-old entrepreneur Amy …
 
I'm super excited about my latest project, the queer country zine Rainbow Rodeo! The articles are amazing and the thing looks great -- and that's all thanks to the artists featured in this episode -- as well as many more! In this episode, I preview the zine and play music by some of the zine's contributors. You can get your copy at www.rainbowrodeo…
 
A nice chunk of chapter 4 from first audiobook, features music and a rock fan's must, my conversation with the rock 'n' blues legend George Thorogood who talks about getting 'white hatted' at Calgary Stampede, articulates the difference between Beatles and Stones, tells of the secret to his success (it has to do with dancing), reveals why parents a…
 
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