Episode 351 [3/22/2017]
Lauren Ross from the Dispatches from the Underground collective gets down to try and find some good in main stream sci-fi and then we expose our bad side in our underground selves. We talk about HBO’s weird and wonderful, wild, wild WestWorld and then we delve into some of the shows subtle philosophical implications involving the public vs. the private self. Plus we listen to some futuristic folk tunes from Dirty Kid Discount, Nomad Mountain Outlaws, Cush Dankson, and Shootdang.

Episode 350 [3/8/2017]
Rey Brutal from the NYHC band Ache gets down to talk about the trials and tribulations of putting out a top notch underground punk record and then we talk about the glory that is Ache's new album, Fade Away, and how Ache stays in front of the pack of making cutting edge tunes. PLUS we listen to music from Ache's new record, Chicago's La Armada, and Boston's Disaster Strikes.

Episode 349 [2/22/2017]
Lauren and Steve from the Dispatches Collective get down to try to help me grasp the fuckitudeness of Trump's first month in office. We talk about Trump's miserable cabinet monsters, his plot to destroy immigrants, and the blood plots of Steve Bannon. Plus we listen to tunes from Skum City, Lady Bizness, and Sister Munch (who update's MDC's classic by doing "Donald Trump is a Nazi").

Episode 348 [2/8/2017]
World War IX gets down to talk about their new record and comic. We talk a ton of shit about recording the record, and how they do their magic together, and we also obviously talk about cocaine and drug abuse a bunch, don't worry. We hit the hard stuff in this interview. Plus we listen World War IX's new tunes, and tunes from Broloaf and Honah Lee.

Episode 347 [1/25/2017]
IRA COGAN and ACHE's REY BRUTAL get down to talk about the "TOP TEN ALBUMS that SHAPED THEM AS TEENAGERS" and then Joey shits all over their lists and talk about good music, and we talk a bunch of trash about the rest of y'all's lists.  PLUS we listen to some good tunes from BOMB SCARE, ALL TORN UP!, and COPSTABBER


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