Episode 366 [11/15/2017]
Roger Walsh gets down this week to talk about his band Knucklehead’s new series of concept albums. We talk about being underground artists and the struggle to write and produce a record you are proud of with all the pressures and limitations that press upon us. And we talk a fair amount of shit as well. Plus we listen to a bunch of tunes from Knucklehead.

Episode 365 [11/3/2017]
Christine Kim gets down to talk about her non-profit My Dog is My Home which helps homeless humans and their pets...she also happens to be my wife so she talks a ton of shit about me too.  PLUS we listen to The Minutemen, Toys that Kill, and Marine Corpse. 

Episode 364 [10/18/2017]
Jayne from Brooklyn TransCore band Trashy gets down to talk about her band and their Halloween cover band plans, and then on the second half of the show we talk about the newest American mass shooting. Jayne and I fully explain the issue better than any human ever has, and then lay out our very fair minded and well balanced gun control proposal which we fully expect the NRA will soon be endorsing as future legislation. PLUS we listen to tunes from Trashy, The Subhumans (U.K), and Corrupted Youth.

Episode 363 [10/4/2017]
Shawn Refuse from Refuse Resist and Zero Rights gets down to talk about Refuse Resist’s ten year anniversary. On the first part of the episode we rejoice in the glory of one of Boston’s finest bands, Then on the second part of the discussion we mercilessly talk shit about our own bandmates and how lucky they obviously are to have us in their bands… I think… or vice versa, whatever. I know we definitely talked a ton of shit, that I am sure about. And we definitely commiserated, but whatever, listen and you sort it out. PLUS we listen to Disaster Strikes, Neighborhood Shit, Zero Rights, and of course Refuse Resist.

Episode 362 [9/20/2017]
Kate Hoos of Lady Bizness, Cop/Out, and Punk Island is back this week to get down and talk about her other passion photography. We talk about how music and live photography go together, and then we break down how gender impacts all of this. We walk through how women are often encouraged into the visual arts and discouraged from performative arts, how we can change that, and how we can ensure to support all the artists in our scenes whatever type of art they make. Plus we listen to music from Lady Bizness, Basic Bitches, Enziguri, and Trophy Wife.


Joey Steel is an unrelenting-fire breathing-hardcore troublemaker.
A veteran of the radical left, he has been arrested over two dozen times struggling against the pigs and for justice-world wide.
As the front man for All Torn Up!, Joey Steel and the Attitude Adjusters (hardcore covers of Motown hits), and The Will (HC/ Thrash) he unleashes his brand of liberating punk terror.
But through all Joey does he remains committed to being a conscious, impatient, and untraditional communist with sights set on breaking the capitalist stranglehold on our culture and thoughts.
Love it or hate it, Joey Steel will make you THINK HARDER about it. The shit eating grin he punches on your smirking (and reflective) face is free of charge.
When he is not screaming in a mic organizing shows and political discussions, Joey Steel spends time educating children as a NYC teacher.
Joey Steel