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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #11 (Tartar Control)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, The Bobs interview South Central Los Angeles-based comedy punk rock band Tartar Control – a three-piece comprised of two Mormon missionaries and a robot. Bob and Bobby host a cordial discussion with Sean (Guitar/Angelic Singing), Robert (Screaming) and Robot (Bass/Drums) about the origin of their band and humanity alike, their insanely hilarious YouTube videos, and their new record, “We Forgive You”, which drops on April 6th.

SYNOPSIS OF BANTER:

Bobby admits to being a “pro wrestling dork” as a child growing up in a region chock-full of household wrestling names. Bobby recalls watching the 90’s romance classic, Sleepless In Seattle, in the same movie theatre as Hulk Hogan.

Bobby teaches Bob a new word: Sycophant. Bob makes generalizations about Canadians, then references Avril Lavigne and her useless husbands.

Bobby attempts to convert Tartar Control to Scientology, arguing that robots and aliens go hand-in-hand. Bob compares Mormon uniforms to the garb painters traditionally wear, then humblebrags about recently meeting Andrew WK. Sean and Robert discuss the challenges of traveling with a robot, sharing one of their fun experiences with the TSA.

Bob disrespects the memory of both Jim Morrison and Joey Ramone. Bobby mentions his “Lizard King” tattoo. Then, Bob reveals to the world that Bobby Pickles began his rise to prominence in 2013 when he appeared on the TLC reality series “America’s Worst Tattoos”.

Bob concedes to being a “bad father” for allowing his children to watch Tartar Control’s pilot episode. The band mentions noticing more and more “multi-generational punk rock families” at their concerts, acknowledging that the presence of children is “never not awkward” (intentional double-negative). NOTE: Tartar Control is NOT for children.

Bob discloses his shaving habits, while Sean and Robert share a few tips about oral hygiene. Bobby grills Sean about his “Open Me” tuning and the rhythm section’s (Robot’s) BPM. Then Sean, Robert and Robot sing some acapella.

Robot voices his displeasure with Bob Noxious, repeatedly insulting him. Bob feels he and Robot should get along better given their shared technologically advanced natures. Bobby compares Robot to a dog sensing danger. Taking the high road, Bob invites the band to Florida, promising a safe haven for Robot to recharge, if they someday decide to take him up on his gracious offer.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
The Resignators – Buy More Shiy
Ellesmere – Bail City
Mischief Brew – No Candlesticks
99 Bottles – Working Drunk
Tartar Control Interview Part 1
Tartar Control – Smoking Crack
The Suizos – Fuck Jim Morrison
Zebrahead – Devil On My Shoulder
Saints & Sinners – When We Were Young
Radkey – Parade It
Tartar Control Interview Part 2
Tartar Control – My Gods Cock
False Cause – Clean Slate

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #10 (special guests: Joe Queer, Blag Dhalia)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob Noxious interviews Joe Queer, guitarist and lead singer of the legendary American punk rock band The Queers on their co-headlining ticket with The Dwarves at BackBooth in Orlando, FL. And Bobby Pickles slurs through his end of this week’s podcast drunk on whiskey.

Dwarves’ frontman Blag Dahlia denies Noxious’ allegations of conspiracy to expel Bobby Pickles from The Bowery Electric on this two-part series concerning “some obscure dude from New York”.

SYNOPSIS OF BANTER

Bobby asks Bob about how he got his start in radio. Bob explains his humble beginnings on a local Pirate Radio Station and growing up the son of a 70’s A.M. Radio “Hot Jock” DJ.

Bobby declares, “pop-anything sucks”, including but not limited to pop-country and pop-hip-hop and pop-punk; he then continues on with a news story about Blink 182. Bob continues to be amazed that the aforementioned band remains seemingly relevant to the patrons of dyingscene.com and quickly dismisses them.

Bob asks Joe Queer why punk rock legends are so much more accessible than the untouchable rock heroes of yesteryear. Joe tells Bob about meeting Joey Ramone and eventually working with him on his solo record. Legendary! (There’s that word again). Later, Blag baba-booeys the interview, asking Joe about “the blow and all that stuff”.

Bob discusses his deep seething hatred of the “emo/kid/bubblegum/pop” bands who are continually signed to Epitaph, explaining further that the only relevant band still left on the label is Bad Religion (not true, see: Rancid, Pennywise, Millencolin, Propagandhi, The Descendents…and the list goes on and on).

Talk turns to all of the different silly names that record labels are naming themselves.

Bobby mentions looking forward to seeing Less Than Jake in New Haven, then gloats that there are no Florida dates for Bob to catch. Bob informs Bobby that LTJ’s frontman, Chris DeMakes, lives in the same Florida city as he, continuing that they play roughly eight local shows per year.

Bobby, once again, invites Bob to New York for a yearly shindig, then accuses him of being “too pushy” when Bob suggests an interview request with NJ hardcore band, Bigwig. Passive-aggressive puns are passed around playfully as Bob chastises Bobby for a slow news week at DyingScene.com when his supposed “jouralist” co-host covers a story about “some dude’s record collection” – Bobby waxing on about Minor Threat’s Filler EP.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Moral Decline – Habitual Line Crosser
Knockin Bones – Warriors
Band Mango – Sinking Ships
Blag Dahlia Interview
Stabbed In Back – Dead Inside
The Queers Interview (Pt 1)
The Queers – I Can’t Stop Farting
Frank Turner – Get Better
Fools Gold – OCMD
The Decline – Growing Up Is A Gateway Drug
Drunken Logic – (The Good News Is) Nobody Gives A Damn
The Queers Interview (Pt. 2)

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #9 (special guests: Blag Dahlia, Mid Rats)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby Pickles interviews Dwarves’ frontman Blag Dahlia prior to the band’s seminal east coast show at The Bowery Electric in New York City. With “Press Pass” in hand, Pickles covers the concert in true punk rock fashion – culminating in a swarm of security guards ejecting him from the venue. Bobby is convinced that Blag gave the orders to have him forcibly removed from the concert in order to validate the band’s reputation. The FULL Video interview can be found HERE on the DSR YouTube channel: Bobby asks about the band’s nom de plumes, Blag’s books, zines and brilliant writing ability, and the day-to-day operations of a DIY punk icon, while Blag mentions his band being somehow linked to Islamic Fundamentalism, which is the perfect time to boast about being very tall and having a large penis.

BAND SPOTLIGHT: Mid Rats

The Bobs reach out to the Lancaster, Pennsylvania punk act, Mid Rats, for a St. Paddy’s Day interview special…and Bobby has been drinking. The band, which just recently released their 4 song EP, Vandalize You, are this week’s featured Dying Scene artist. Bobby takes a trip down memory lane when he reveals that he used to date a girl whose uncle owned a very prominent vintage clothing business in downtown Lancaster: Zap & Co. As the conversation progresses, drunk-Bobby calls the band out for not playing Philadelphia sooner, but then saves face and displaying his literary prowess by citing Mark Twain as a reference when the band is asked about the origin of their name.

THIS WEEK’S HEADLINES

Some of the topics reported herein, include, but are not limited to the following: Green Day to be inducted into Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame by Fall Out Boy; Punk producer Thom Wilson (The Offspring, Bad Religion, T.S.O.L., Dead Kennedys, Social Distortion, The Vandals, etc.) dies: Bob reveals his tasteless side when he ponders starting a “Punk Rock Death Pool”, to which Bobby selects “any of the surviving Ramones members” or the high-odds pick of Green Jellÿ, who possess 600+ bandmates; Bob ponders the list, but remains silent out of respect for the recently departed. Punk Aid announces details/call for submissions for fourth fundraiser album, “Autism Speaking”; New music videos: The Bunny Gang (ft. Nathen Maxwell of Flogging Molly) release music video for “Sirens Through The City”, The Offspring release music video for “Coming For You”, Kill Lincoln release music video for “Good Riddance to Good Advice”; Notable documentaries: Video: Part One of “The Making of Fat Mike’s Musical”, The Damned documentary trailer released, Underoath reveal new trailer for upcoming documentary “Tired Violence”. And, of course, the Bobs cover this week’s concert tour, booze cruise and festival announcements.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Save Your Breath – Promises
Maladroit – I Missed The First Band
Popes of Chillitown – Hey You
The Bunny Gang – Sirens In The City
Mid Rats – Vandalize You
Local Resident Failure – Newcastle Nights
Stabbed In Back – More Songs About Drinking And Blood
Dwarves – Trisexual
Dwarves – Hate Rock

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #8 (special guests: ¡La Vasa!)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby Pickles confirms his pirate status, while talk immediately turns to tech news, and Bob Noxious admits he has worn a smart-watch since the age of three, giving a new meaning to the term “early adoption”. But the Apple Watch isn’t very i-Punk; therefore, all the other little boys and girls always wondered why Bob was so overwhelmed with the concept of time.

While discussing this week’s music news, Bob’s darkside shows it’s grubby little hand again, as he ponders Bobby’s Internet browser history, and what people would think about his search habits.

Bobby erroneously corrects Bob for mentioning a band called Darlington, who was recently on a split 7″ with The Prozacs. Referring to the band in the plural form, Darlingtons, Bobby goes on to claim that Bob cannot remember what he says from week to week and inquires if he has ever taken Prozac. Both Bobs do not know the ailments for which Prozac is even treated. Bob adds “Prozac” to the list of items he prefers to keep out of his search history, then he decides to start a crowd funding campaign to have his co-host, Bobby, killed.

Bobby’s impeccable journalism once again shines through, as he brings up the new Flatliners video and 7″ single, which they released last week. Then his pirate-blood really becomes evident when Bobby fires shots across the bow, claiming Bob does not want to include the song in this week’s playlist. Bob argues that he is exempt, presenting his evidence of having played the new Flatliners song “Fangs” on last week’s show. Bobby lets him off the hook.

Bobby mentions a new video recently released by pop-punk band, New Found Glory, who Bob presumes to have found a “new harder edge” as Bob continues by fantasizing about Andrew WK killing them all with a chainsaw in the video.

Bobby discusses the upcoming release of The American Dream Died, which is the long awaited new record by veteran NYHC band, Agnostic Front. Bobby makes a slanderous accusation of Bob while covering the news of Roger Miret and company, but we’ll just let the listeners decide who’s telling the truth.

BAND SPOTLIGHT: ¡La Vasa!
The Bobs reach out to Santa Barbara, CA thrash punk band, ¡La Vasa! – Bobby asking right away about the weather in Southern California. Preparing for the CD release party for their new record Quest, the band speaks candidly from the warm confines of their rehearsal studio about its origins and how they started from a craigslist ad. The Bobs uncover that new bass player, Kevin Johnson, is a former DyingScene.com writer – Bob encouraging LeftCoastKJ to contribute articles to the website again.

As the show progresses in poor taste, Bobby announces that everything runs “in threes” as he mentions three notable deaths, which took place this week in the punk rock community. The dark clouds continue to accumulate overhead as the two ponder starting a “Celebrity Death Pool” until they realize that there were already three; therefore, the contest is now closed. Bobby reads The Queers statement about the recent passing of their former drummer, Tulu, in the voice of a “Miami Socialite”, while Bob insinuates his undignified co-host sounds more like 70’s icon, Supafly.

Bob cops to having discovered that there is a band from Canada called “Bobnoxious” and declares them the “third-worst thing to have ever been produced in Canada”, running a tight race with Nickleback and Justin Beiber (not necessarily in that order). Bob loses two “punk rock points” by confessing to have watched the new Nickleback video at Bobby’s mother’s house, as Bobby secretly plots to destroy Bob someday, opting not publishing his intentions like stupid Bob. Bob declares that the band is still shit and to not waste your time watching it (we all know that’s a black flag).

Bobby mentions that he will be interviewing Blag Dahlia of The Dwarves this weekend at Bowery Electric for the launch of their East Coast tour. Bob encourages him to treat Blag to shots, so that Blag will dress him. Tune in next week to see if Pickles can pull it off!

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST

Good Riddance – Dry Season
Beaver – Searchlight
The Dumbheads – Stuck In My Head
The Prozacs – Heartless
¡La Vasa! – Who The Fuck Do You Think You Are?
Agnostic Front – Police Violence
Smile & Burn – Action Action
Section 4 – Fuck You
Drug Church – Ghost Dad
War Called Home – The Long Defeat
Bracket – Fairweathered Friend

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #7 (special guests: Justin Thirsk of Chaos Delivery Machine and Bill Manspeaker of Green Jellÿ)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, the Bobs forgo the traditional format (no BAND SPOTLIGHT) in lieu of conducting two key interviews with Justin Thirsk of Chaos Delivery Machine and Bill Manspeaker of Green Jellÿ, respectively. Per usual, the two compare notes about the weather (Bob thrives in a sub-tropical paradise while Bobby survives yet another week of frozen, mucky hell), Bobby’s girlfriend breaks up with him because of, among other things, the podcast, then Bob insists that his co-host settle for a “nice, vegan chick” instead of a “punk rock girl”, and Bob voices his displeasure with Bobby’s constant weekly updates about Blink 182.

Regarding the Bobs’ interview with Justin Thirsk, Bob begins with an apology for giving bad information the week prior about Justin’s brother, Jason, who was the original bass player of Pennywise and the author of their iconic anthem, Bro Hymn. Justin takes the Bobs on a trip down memory lane about his former band 98 Mute and explains the origins of his new recording project, Chaos Delivery Machine.

Bob compares Korean food to a Japanese band celebrating 20 years together, then mentions Burger King when another veteran punk rock band becomes the topic of conversation (Bob obviously needs to eat better before the show). Bob goes on to explain “Crossover” to Bobby, then finishes his thought by comparing punk and metal music to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

Bob invites Bobby to visit Florida for his birthday, then tries to convince him to move back to the Sunshine State, insisting that all New Yorkers are “mean and nasty” – recalling his time frequenting the state as a youth and being punched in the face for an off-color remark. Bobby refuses to give up the other reasons why his girlfriend dumped him.

The Bobs both agree that they have “Type A” personalities, then the two “A-holes” connect with Green Jellÿ founder and frontman, Bill Manspeaker, in an online video chat. In true form, Bill shares the link with his fans who proceed to flood the chat room like circus freaks aiming to impress their ringleader – the almighty Cowgod himself. The Bobs attempt to reign in some of Bill’s adoring fans but bedlam ensues (the FULL INTERVIEW can be found on youtube).

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Stabbed In Back – Dasvadaniya
Western Addiction – Clatter & Hiss
Torches To Triggers – Clay Minds
The Flatliners – Fangs
Justin Thirsk Interview Part 1
Chaos Delivery Machine – The New Testament
Anchor – Losing Faith
Taj Motel Trio – Burn It Down
Skankshot – One For The Squatters
Burning Heads – Pop A Pill
Migre Le Tigre – Waves Of Change
Justin Thirsk Interview Part 2
98 Mute – M.A.D.
Dearly Divided – ‘89
Cancer Bats – True Zero
Caskitt – Friday Night Lightweights
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 1)
Green Jellÿ – Electric Harley House Of Love
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 2)
Green Jellÿ – The Bear Song
Bill Manspeaker Interview (Pt 3)
Green Jellÿ – Three Little Pigs

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio episode #6 (special guests: Jim Lindberg, Fold The Nuts)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob speaks solo with WRATHS/Pennywise/Black Pacific frontman Jim Lindberg; and Bob and Bobby make an international call to Athens, Greece to speak with BAND SPOTLIGHT: Fold The Nuts.

Bob reveals his narcissistic nature by humbly letting everybody know his day of birth, the two Bobs notice striking similarities amongst long tenured bands performing classic albums in their entirety (i.e. Face To Face’s “Triple Crown” series and Bad Religion’s “Battle of the Centuries”) and Bob invites all of the listeners to make a Wikipedia page for DyingScene.com and the DS radio show, respectively.

BAND SPOTLIGHT: FOLD THE NUTS
Bob manages to offend Greek punk rockers – Fold The Nuts – not once, but twice during their brief conversation, then he attempts to win back their favor by revealing that he sometimes gasses up his car in Tarpon Springs, FL – which has the highest percentage of Greek Americans of any city in the US. The two Bobs use their sleuthy nature to figure out the true meaning behind the band’s name, then Bobby requests that Bob be more zany.

Bob makes an ill attempt to correct Bobby on his pronunciation of Bayside frontman Anthony Raneri’s last name, while the guys use character voices to describe Raneri’s statement regarding Bayside’s recently released lyric video for their new single, “Dancing Like An Idiot”.

Bob speaks with Jim Lindberg and then debuts a new track from WRATHS. After admitting that he didn’t actually read Jim’s best-selling book, “Punk Rock Dad”, Bob practices “radical honesty” to clear his name and throws out a quick disclaimer that he has actually purchased the book online after reading the 30 page teaser on his Kindle. Noxious and Lindberg discover that they are “kindred spirits” when they compare their long list of obvious parallels – specifically, their knack for keeping a healthy band-life balance while each having three daughters.

Checkout the FULL INTERVIEW with Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg on the DSR YouTube page.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Strung Out – The Animal and the Machine
The Real McKenzies – Who’d A Thought
Teenage Bottlerocket – Haunted House
Fold The Nuts – Milk
Coliseum – We Are The Water
Get It Together – Hole In The Head
WRATHS – I’m A Target
Chaos Delivery Machine – Where The Sidewalk Ends
The Lucky Ones – Get Up
Uniforms – Three Two
WRATHS – In Control
Darwin and the Dinosaur – Theories
Make Do And Mend – Don’t Be Long



Podcast: Dying Scene Radio episode #5 (special guests: Out Of Order)

This week (as like most) on Dying Scene Radio, Bob and Bobby jabber about NY vs. Florida weather and bums before settling in to discuss the week in punk rock.

Bobby shares a classic video game cheat code as the conversation turns to the Canadian music scene, as Bob admits to learning his Canadian geography from talking to all of the different bands and Bobby explains the “beer store” as he remembers it from his travels in Ontario.

The conversation quickly devolves into “the things people do in Florida” when The All Knowledgable Bob mentions that he had recently visited an establishment in Florida where there were football goalposts inside of the urinal and the objective of this water sport was to pee onto the attached football in order to Rube Goldberg it through the uprights. Bobby recalls the “Cornhole” game as talk turns to sports, not that either of them know anything about subject. Their only pastime, punk rock.

Bobby acknowledges his fondness of Screeching Weasel and makes an appeal to the band; Bob chuckles in amusement. Things get more serious as talk turns to the latest news that Afroman was recently arrested for slugging a woman onstage. Bobby has no second thoughts about his offer to Screeching Weasel, even after Bob informs him that the same thing happened to Ben Weasel.

A St. Louis area band has started a crowd-funded website to help raise money to have their drummer, Crash, killed. They are only asking $100 to reach their goal and Bob promptly reaches for his credit card.

BAND SPOTLIGHT: Out Of Order
The two Bobs then have a conversation with Scott and Joel from the Montreal based Oi band, Out of Order. It was such a great talk that the interview had to be extended into two parts.

Since so much music was released this week on Valentines Day, Bob recalls his Valentine’s date. Bobby relates by bringing up references from popular TV shows. Bob and Bobby discuss playing with Army men. After Bob asks Bobby if he ever burned his army men, he reveals that he has a current collection of Barbie dolls that he keeps on display.

After noting that there has been an influx of recently released music from such 90’s punk icons as Good Riddance and Millencolin, Bob asks the question, “Is it time for 90’s punk rock to make a comeback”? Discussion then turns to genre labeling and then they play a band that dubs themselves “college street punk”. Yeah, we’ve never heard of it either…

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Millencolin – Sense & Sensability
Shift-D – Battle On Your Own
Bayside – Dancing Like An Idiot
The Hextalls – I Bought You A Singing Toilet
Out of Order – Interview (Part 1)
Out of Order – The Forgotten
The Vandals – I’m An Individual
The Turnaways – I Wanna Be An Outsider
Bad Chickens – Punk Rock Transmission
Mid Rats – Vandalize You
Out of Order – Interview (Part 2)
Out of Order – Bad Reputation
Gallows – Leather Crown
Dead On A Friday – Good Old Days



Podcast: Dying Scene Radio episode #4 (special guests: Russian Girlfriends and Entropy)

This week on Dying Scene Radio: Bob continues to gloat about the fantastic weather in Florida, while Bobby and his bum stay warm from the heater in Bobby’s mom’s car; Bob allows a glimpse into his “sick sociopath” soul as he reveals his fascination for the macabre; and Bobby gives the “all-knowledgable” Bob Noxious a mulligan after he opens his mouth without first checking his facts.

The two Bobs speak with Ian, Adam and Colin of the Albequerque-based punk band, Russian Girlfriends, on this week’s DSR “Band Spotlight”. Bob jokes that while researching them on the internet, the first hit asked him for his credit card information. The bandmembers only fuel the jest by admitting that most of their Facebook likes come from middle-eastern men looking for brides. Also, it’s a DSR WORLD PREMIER – debuting an unreleased Russian Girlfriends’ track called “Tad Kuebler”.

Bobby discusses a news story, which inspires Bob to remember his Pirate Radio days. Bob coins the phrase “punk rock ‘Stairway To Heaven’” – alluding to the lengthy NOFX classic, “The Decline”.

Bob takes Bobby to the Punk Rock Academy and gives him an assignment: to find and interview a New York City “Crack Rock” band.

Bobby and the bum take a trip to Warwick, New York to visit the Orange County, NY-based hardcore punk band, Entropy. Bobby interviews bandmates Brian, Brian, Colin and Patrick on-location at Tuscan Cafe, the iconic “vegan-friendly” restaurant where these OCHC punkers once played their first show. They discuss the band’s hardcore roots while expressing disdain for the catchy ska song the group released as a “bonus track” on their latest record. Watch the FULL INTERVIEW on the DSR YouTube page.

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Here is the playlist of this week’s new music.

The Bastard Sons – Release The Hounds
Trails – Forever Black
Entropy – Meat Mattress
Rotting Out – Burn
Teenage Bottlerocket – Nothing Else Matters (When I’m With You)
Giving In – Darkness Is The Only Quilt That I Need
Russian Girlfriends Interview
Russian Girlfriends – Tad Kubler
Rusty Things – El Toro Con Atlas
GutterLIFE – Complacent
Strange Times – Eat Your Leaders
Entropy Interview
Entropy – Crazy Eddie’s Business School
Osker – Strangled
LifeSupport – Bad Habits (ex-Osker)

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio episode #3 (special guests: Andrew WK, Crime City, Bob Suren)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob Noxious and Bobby Pickles settle into their roles while passively aggressively trying to one-up each other. No one’s eating hot dogs at Coney Island on this episode of the podcast, but there’s plenty of hamburgers and snow in New York City. Bobby takes in a “bum” from off of the streets and mentions that, “they can be quite helpful for the budding entrepreneur.” If only they could edit audio clips…

Bob recalls watching the World Series with Bad Religion’s Brett Guerewitz while challenging the podcast listeners to send Bobby their Top 10 Most Important Punk Bands for him to study up on.

Bob then sits down and chats with the infamous Andrew WK before his performance in St. Petersburg, FL. They discuss recording with LMFAO, self-motivation, how the legendary death metal band Obituary helped form Andrew’s band…and what else? Partying!

Bobby reports on the week’s punk rock news then professes his love for 80’s music icons, Hall & Oates. Much debate ensues on whether Green Day has, or has not, been inducted in to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Bobby turns to his bum Tony, who is quickly proving his worth as a bona-fide fact checker.

This week’s BAND SPOTLIGHT artist is Vancouver-based side project punkers, Crime City, who recently released their self-titled debut EP. Three out of the four capable canucks have a “meeting with the Bobs” to discuss the band’s origins, their obvious comparisons to Propagandhi and the problems faced by Canadian musicians wanting to tour throughout the United States.

Bob also speaks with punk-author, Bob Suren, who will be releasing his first book entitled “Crate Digger: An Obsession with Punk Records” in June 2015 through Microcosm Publishing. The music inspires the memories in this memoir about growing up as a punk rocker, as told through the author’s record collection.

“There’s nothing more punk than podcasting!” – Bobby Pickles

HERE’S THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST

The Offspring – Coming For You
HeWhoCannotBeNamed – Happy Suicide
Chris Barrows – Be My Girl
Andrew WK – Party Hard
Andrew WK Interview
Spraynard – Haulin’ Oates
White Stain – Hide & Seek
Blowfuse – Behind The Wall
Pears – Forever Sad
Autogestión – Somos
War On Women – Servilia
Crime City Interview
Crime City – The Human Condition
Senses Fail – All You Need Is Already Within You
Death By Stereo – Neverending
Kill The President – Citizens
Bob Suren Interview
Murder-Suicide Pact – Weight of Words

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Podcast: Dying Scene Radio episode #2 (special guests: Things Change, Damn Broads)


This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby prepares for a “blizzard of epic proportions” in Connecticut, while Bob sits at home in Florida wearing shorts and a T-Shirt. Together, they plow through another week’s worth of new music and highlight this week’s happenings, as reported by dyingscene.com.

This week’s BAND SPOTLIGHT is on the Canadian punk rock trio, Things Change. Often compared to Small Brown Bike, Hot Water Music and Jawbreaker, Jason Kindrachuk, the band’s guitarist/singer, talks to Bob and Bobby about the band’s origins in the prairies of Regina, Saskatchewan and how each band member migrated individually over 1700 kilometers to reform in Vancouver. The conversation turns to breaking into the Vancouver music scene and how Things Change gained their Facebook following of teenage girls who have recently broken up with their boyfriends.

Bobby gets up close and personal with Damn Broads, an all-female punk band out of Torrington, Connecticut. The interview is conducted on-location at Snapper Magee’s from the stage where the ladies recently shot a new music video for their song, “I’m A Fake”, which can be heard here. While drinking shots of Jameson, these hardcore hunnies talk about playing nazi-bars and writing songs about the Westborough Baptist Church, while Bobby reveals his love and admiration for Mariah Carey…and that was only after the first round! You can watch the interview in its entirety on the DSR YouTube page.

…Never forget the BliZZard of 2015.

Here is this week’s playlist…

Grenadiers – Factotum
Maypole – Fire On The Stage
Body Count – Institutionalized
Stick To Your Guns – RMA (Revolutionary Mental Attitude) ft. Toby Morse
Things Change – Modern Explorers
Western Settings – Get It, Got It
Science Club – Bad At Parties
Damn Broads – I’m A Fake
Raised Fist – Flow
PIG PEN – Diarrhea and Febreeze
Nick Ameen ft. Bob Noxious – Diarrhea of a Mailman
Shit Hits The Fan – All In
You Know Who – Marshall Stacks and Alcohol



Dying Scene launches “Dying Scene Radio” Podcast, premieres episode #1

Welcome to the debut episode of Dying Scene Radio. It’s time to kick back and get to know Bob Noxious and Bobby Pickles…up close and personal…right in your ear hole. Join them each Friday for a weekly recap of the week’s punk rock news as reported right here on Dying Scene.

Whether it’s new release, pre-release or unreleased, Dying Scene Radio is committed to featuring the best new music first. Bob n’ Bobby will feature news, reviews and interviews of the best bands, new and old, in ska, punk, crust, metal, hardcore and folk-punk.

This week, Dying Scene Radio features the Buffalo, New York-based ska/punk band, Seven Thirty Seven. The two chat it up with bandmates Alex, Andy and Mike about their recent EP, Polish profanity and the Buffalo, NY punk music scene.

Bobby Pickles speaks with Nick Ameen, who composed the Dying Scene Radio theme song. They discuss old times, the inspiration behind our awesome jingle, plus we play a couple of tracks that Nick Ameen wrote and recorded just last week.

Check out the playlist below and enjoy the show!

The Prosecution – A New Sensation
Wraths – Oh God
The Bombpops – Breathe
Less Than Jake – Late Night Petroleum
Home Street Home – Seeping Beauty
Dwarves – Gentlemen Blag
REPS – Own Your Mind
Seven Thirty Seven – What Happened
Bar Room Heroes – Bar Room Hero
Old Coyote Club – City Foxes
Nick Ameen – Just The Pit
Nick Ameen – Off The Grid
Nick Ameen – Battle Scars



On The Road Podcast: Travis & JT from Altercation Records talk origins and future

Here’s something to keep you entertained for half an hour on a slow Sunday evening.  Travis and JT, the owners of Altercation Records and producers of Upstart Fest, reminisce about origins of the label, play a few songs, & talk about some future releases in 2015.  Check it out here.



Dying Scene Podcast 011: Nate Allen and the Pac Away Dots

Kansas City-based Nate Allen joins us to talk about his new “solo” project Nate Allen and the Pac Away Dots. He talks about getting serious, the new record Take Out the Trash, and the associated Kickstarter project. Plus, we countdown the top three tracks of the week, and I share some new music from some of my favorite female artists.

Check it out here!

The Dying Scene Podcast comes out sometimes, and is available here, or in iTunes, or on Stitcher. If you want to keep up with us even better, join us on Facebook or Twitter. Of course, you can email us too!



Bridge Nine Records launches new podcast

Bridge Nine Records is heading into new territory by launching a brand new podcast.  The show will be hosted by the guys who run the label, but the talk will focus on music and upcoming shows.

The initial episode covers Hierophant‘s new album Peste, as well as the Oneonta Punk Festival and This is Hardcore.  You can check it out below.



Dying Scene Countdown: The Week of 10/17/2014

Hey folks! Check out the new episode of the Dying Scene Podcast. We count down the top 10 tracks of the week, voted by your clicks!

Check it out below! Subscribe to the podcast here, and we’re also available in iTunes & on Stitcher. Connect with us on Twitter and Facebook as well! You can also email us too, dyingscenepod@gmail.com!