Episode 359 [7/19/2017]
Escape from the Zoo from Texas and We the Heathens from Wisconsin get down this week to talk a TON OF SHIT. We talk about their recent tour together, their blossoming love for each other, being stuck in the mud at Skatopia, pissing on lawns, shitting in bathtubs, Heathens unhealthy appreciation for White Claw, Jesse dipping his toe in the whip-it pool, Veronica playing mandolin for Slayer, and how We the Heathens have come to define Game of Thrones folk punk (unofficial). Plus we listen to Days N Daze, We the Heathens, Escape from the Zoo, and my band All Torn Up! which is currently on tour with Leftöver Crack.

Episode 358 [7/5/2017]
Kate Hoos from Lady Bizness is back! She gets down to talk about misogyny in punk rock generally and in particular we talk about the Warped Tour controversy involving The Dickies and their misogynistic stage show/outburst. We also talk about War on Women's front woman Shawna Potter and her statement about punk today and confronting the dusty punks of yesterday. Plus we listen to tunes from War on Women, Lady Bizness, and Sister Munch.

Episode 357 [6/21/2017]
Ev Gold from Cinema Cinema is back. This time Joey and Ev talk about the logical topic all NY hardcore musicians know most about. . . LOVE. Joey just got married and Ev is a romantic soul, or something like that, and these two explain the intricacies of the heart as only New York punks truly can. Plus we listen to music from Citizens Arrest, We The Heathens, Escape from the Zoo, and obviously Cinema Cinema.

Episode 356 [5/31/2017]
Punk Island’s Kate Hoos of Hossatron and Al Rosenberg of Brooklyn Transcore get down to talk about our all ages / all free fest in NYC. We use this opportunity to talk about the importance of community and how we build it together from amongst the diverse group of punks we have here in NYC. Then we break down some of bands that people inside and outside of NYC should take note of and listen to a few of them. Tunes from Sister Munch, Bowhead, There Are Four Lights, and Trashy.

Episode 355 [5/17/2017]
Steve Morton gets down to talk about CULTS. First we talk a bunch of shit about the hulu show THE PATH and try to see if there was anything worth taking from that mainstream show. And then we get a lil deeper on it all with our own personal and academic experience with cults and religious fanaticism, of which Steve and I are both minor experts on the subject. PLUS we listen to music from the Now or Never Tour that is going across the midwest and east coast featuring La Armada, Thulsa Doom, and Disaster Strikes and then we end the episode with an appropriate tune from Almost Aimless.


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Punk Island’s Kate Hoos of Hossatron and Al Rosenberg of Brooklyn Transcore get down to talk about our all ages / all free fest in NYC. We use this opportunity to talk about the importance of community and how we build it together from amongst the diverse group of punks we have here in NYC. Then we break down some of bands that people inside and outside of NYC should take note of and listen to a few of them. Tunes from Sister Munch, Bowhead, There Are Four Lights, and Trashy.