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Chris Fox (Vampirates, Boss’ Daughter) co-hosts this week’s episode of Dying Scene Radio; R.I.P. David Bowie

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles welcomes Chris Fox (VampiratesBoss’ Daughter, and four other bands) “in-studio” (straight from Reno, NV via the interwebs) to guest co-host the show. Recorded on Saturday, January 9th 2016, one day prior to post-punk provocateur David Bowie losing his 18-month battle with cancer, this week’s episode should remind us why it’s so important to do what we love. This may be a punk rock podcast, but Bowie paved the way for punks like Laura Jane Grace, only, Bowie’s androgynous, don’t-give-a-fuck persona was propelled in a time when Bruce Gender wasn’t Glamour Magazine’s “Woman of Year”. Another one bites the Stardust. Our thoughts and prayers are also with Long Island musician Rob McCallister, best known as the guitarist for Iron Chic. He passed away on January 10th, as well, from undisclosed causes. He leaves behind a daughter. News of his untimely demise will most probably be overshadowed by the news of Bowie’s. Now, I’m gonna do what I love – I’m gonna podcast. And, in the words of GG – “LIVE FAST DIE!”

R.I.P. David Bowie and Rob McAllister

With special commentary from Brazilian progressive punk act Malvina, windy Wyoming punkers Shocktroopers, Bay area punk band Sarchasm, and hardcore supergroup World Be Free.

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Vampirates – Holding on to Thought
Shocktroopers – Punk Rock Body
The Dirty Nil – Provisional (Fugazi Cover)
Tartar Control – A Whole New World
Adrift – Adeus
Malvina – Nankeen
Sarchasm – Mt. Rainier
Resolutions – Machine
Western Settings – Kicking And Screaming (Live)
Western Daughter – My Room is a Mess
Irish Handcuffs – Grindstone
World Be Free – Shake the Ghost
Mutiny Abroad – The Devil Is A Lonely Guy Named Stan
Wisdom In Chains – Violent Americans
Judiciary – Justice Decays
Still Alive – Ransom Note
The Cult – Hinterland
The Thermals – Hey You
Todd Beene – Keeping It On
David Bowie – Lazarus
Boss’ Daughter – Something About Nothing



Pickles spins favorite 2015 music by bands/guests featured on Dying Scene Radio, Sour Shoes (from the Howard Stern Show) calls TONE LO-KI, and Nick Ameen guest co-hosts

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles welcomes lifelong friend and musical prodigy Nick Ameen “in-studio” to help usher in 2016 (the Year of the Monkey). TONE LO-KI joins the conversation, welcoming his lifelong friend and musical prodigy, Sour Shoes (from the Howard Stern Show). Bobby recaps the major headlines of 2015 and spins his favorite music by bands/guests featured this past year on the podcast.

R.I.P. Lemmy 1945-2015

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Motörhead – Victory of Die
Teenage Bottlerocket – Nothing Else Matters (When I’m With You)
Nick Ameen – Spike The Punch
Entropy NY – So It Goes
Out Of Order – No Cares
¡LA VASA! – Mama Tried
Tartar Control – My God’s Cock
PEARS – Snowflake
The Regressives – Problems
Screeching Weasel – Things Aren’t So Bad After All
Bad Cop / Bad Cop – Nightmare
The Decline – I Don’t Believe
Chaos Delivery Machine – God Of Prey
Svetlanas – Crimea River
Templeton Pek – Broken Lines
Black Cat Attack – Conquer Destroy Exterminate!
Millencolin – Believe In John
Frank Turner – Silent Key
Thee Money $hot – Lady Killer
Sic Waiting – Maps
Laura Jane Grace (feat. Miley Cyrus) – True Trans Soul Rebel



New punk rock podcast coming out of Portland

Portland punks will be pleased to hear that their scene is to be the focus of a brand new podcast, imaginatively titled “The Portland Punk Podcast”. Hosted by Joel Hixon of Absent Minds and Kevin Hudson (My Goldfish Ned and The Knuckles) the show promises to deliver news, interviews, live sessions and more from local and touring bands coming through the area.

Already featuring the likes of Dirty Kid Discount, 800 Octane and Success the show looks set to become an invaluable source of information for Portland based punks as well as providing some excellent music from local acts. Airing every other Monday you can listen for free either on mobile devices via the Stitcher Radio App or directly from the official website.



Creeper perform live set for BBC Radio 1

UK goth-punk act Creeper stopped by BBC’s Maida Vale Studios on December 13 to perform a live session.

You can listen to the session here.

The set included “The Callous Heart” EP single “Honeymoon Suite,” “VCR” from their debut, self-titled EP and a cover of Roxy Music’s “Love Is A Drug.”

Creeper released “The Callous Heart” Sept. 18th through Roadrunner Records.



Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup, Jaret Goes to the Movies, and a slew of other things) co-hosts this week’s exciting episode of Dying Scene Radio!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles welcomes Jaret Reddick (Bowling For SoupJaret Goes to the Movies, and a slew of other things) “in-studio” to co-host the show. The two are proof positive that ANYBODY can be a radio DJ. FUN FACT: cosmic connections are very real.

With special commentary from New York pop-punks Ate Bit, Midwest pop punks, The Distractions, the punk-ish Chicago band, Nervous Passenger, an awesome video production company called Raw Cut Media, and the one-man band himself, straight outta Atlantic City, NJ – Nick Ameen!

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

This Week’s Playlist
Bowling For Soup – 20 Years (That’s a Lot of Beers)
Nervous Passenger – Good For Nothing
J. Navarro & The Traitors – Water
Foo Fighters – Sean
Looming – Christmastime
Ate Bit – Pointlessly Constant
Hellbent – Washed Out
The Hempsteadys – Bela Lugosi’s Ghost
Lucky Scars – Bandita
The Distractions – In Stereo
Nick Ameen – Brick By Brick
The Low Ends – Solus
Los Ramones – Relámpago
The Lamplighters – Basement
Dead Trains – County Road Bound/Mean Town Blues
Toxic Kid – It’s Christmas Time…Again
Years Asleep – Reflections
Lazy Class – Stracone poklenie
Linterno – Outatime
Hooray for Our Side – Outatime



Pickles interviews Finnish heavy metal/bluegrass cover act, Steve’n’Seagulls, who recently went viral with their rendition of the AC/DC classic, Thunderstruck – Dying Scene Radio!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles podcasts from Greater Boston, welcoming yet another different guest co-host, Rob McManus/Northern Shakers. The Bobs are back, briefly! FUN FACT: Rob (Bob) knows less about punk than Bobby.

BAND SPOTLIGHT | TONE LO-KI and Mr. Pickles interview the Finnish heavy metal/bluegrass cover act, Steve’n’Seagulls, who recently went viral with their rendition of the AC/DC classic, Thunderstruck.

With special commentary from Quinte, Ontario’s The Barefoot Sailors, Fredericksburg, VA horror punks Savage Remains, Georgian melodic punk act, Courage, Dear Heart, and the UK/Italian punk sensation, Second Youth.

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

This Week’s Playlist
The Casualties – Running Through the Night
Copout – No Justification
All Things End – Lost and Faded
Turbonegro – Hot For Nietzsche
Northern Shakers – Lie Awake 
Ship Thieves – Middle Man
Graveyard Johnnys – For Tonight (Live)
Steve’n’Seagulls – Holy Diver
Steve’n’Seagulls Interview
Steve’n’Seagulls – Thunderstruck
Gold Route – Baba O’Riley
Smokey Bastard – Baba Yaga
The Barefoot Sailors – Davy Jones’ Locker
Savage Remains – Bringing Out The Dead
Career Suicide – Cut And Run
Terror – Sick and Tired
Night Birds – (I’m) Wired
Weezer – Thank God for Girls
Courage, Dear Heart – Shallowed Be Thy Name
The Dirty Nil – No Weaknesses
The Bloodstrings – Tonight We Dine in Hell
Bears! Bears! Bears! – I Want A Boat
Second Youth – Glass Roof



Pickles interviews Jared Stinson (SIC WAITING), “Crazy James” guest hosts – plus a recap of music/headlines on this week’s exciting installment of Dying Scene Radio!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles welcomes “Crazy James” Zinkand (his second guest co-host in two weeks) in-studio (his mom’s car) to discuss punk related topics (and James’ alcoholism) while Elena Venetia ponders her possible return to the show (Bobby can be overbearing, sometimes). If you miss Elena’s insights and would like her back as much as Bobby does, please feel free to persuade her via emailFUN FACT: Crazy James saw The Eagles of Death Metal at Le Bataclan in 2009.

BAND SPOTLIGHT | Pickles interviews Jared Stinson, frontman of SoCal skate-punk act, SIC WAITING, from his mobile studio, parked in front of NYHC Tattoos, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

With special commentary from Jacksonville, Florida melodic punk act Flag On Fire, North Carolina ska-punk group Just The Tip!, Virginia Beach newcomers Lifeboat!, Orange County ska-punk act Save Ferris, German punks The Black Tape, Swedish punk rockers Scumbag Millionaire, and the best band in the world X-Ray Vision.

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

This Week’s Playlist
Anger Flares – Rebels With Cause
Beans On Toast – I’m Home When You Hold Me
The Black Tape – Antennas Of War
Coma Commander – Christopher Robin And The Giant Blisters
The Devil Wears Prada – Alien
NerveGuns – Every Single Day
Riverboat Gamblers – I Wanna Destroy You
Scumbag Millionaire – Gotta Move
Sic Waiting – A Red House and Bones
Interview – Jared Stinson/Sic Waiting
Sic Waiting – The Salesman
Skipjack – Something to Believe In
State Line Syndicate – Loves Me So
Strike Again – Burning Heart
X-Ray Vision – Get Outta My Room Mom!
Fake Legacy – Haters Always Gonna Hate
Flag On Fire – #96
Greg Rekus – Stay
Wadeye – Never Forget
Good Charlotte – Makeshift Love
Handguns – Bury Me
Just The Tip! – Satellites
¡La Vasa! – Forgive And Forget
Leftover Crack – Bedbugs & Beyond
Lifeboat! – Not Myself
Todd Beene – We Miss You



Ep 34 Dying Scene Radio – Pickles gets personal with “Stupid Martini” of NJ female fronted horror punks, Thee Money $hot – RIP Brandon Carlisle

This week on Dying Scene RadioElena Venetia takes the week off, so Bobby Pickles conducts the podcast from Jersey City, NJ with longtime friend Adrien “Stupid Martini” De Martini, bassist of the female fronted horror punk act, Thee Money $hot. Things get personal, as los bastardos spin tales of atheism, Florida, talentless musicianship, and the untimely death of Teenage Bottlerocket drummer Brandon Carlisle. Bobby also openly apologizes for his wasted, unprofessional antics on last week’s episode; suffice it to say, Bobby doesn’t remember Halloween, but Stupid Martini is quick to remind Pickles of the Halloween two years prior. Have you ever shat your pants at a costume party? FUN FACT: Bobby has! (With special commentary from Mexico City’s Anti-Venöm, Cincinnati punk rockers, UnderTipper, and the new, surf-obsessed, totally-from-California punk band, The All Brights).

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

This Week’s Playlist
Dead Saturday – Teenage Bottlerocket
The Digs – Ready Set
Drones – From Birth To Grave
Brick By Brick – These Streets
Anti-Venöm – Enough Is Enough feat. Night Gaunts and Riot Ska Chris
51percent – Disconnected (Face To Face)
Big Eyes – Local Celebrity
Thee Money $hot – Stoked
Aiden – No Gods
UnderTipper – El Bastardo
Naked Raygun – Broken Things
The All Brights – West Coast F#@k You
Youth Decay – The Party’s Over
Sonic Boom Six – No Man, No Right
Cavaverman – Don’t Cross The Streams
Dollar Signs – The End



Pickles goes gonzo at FEST 14 with his attorney Ben Coletti, as Elena Venetia spins her Halloween playlist on this week’s episode of Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles travels south to the great state of Floriduh to report from FEST 14, but when his plans to interview Masked Intruder during Pre-FEST 3 fall through for the second time in two weeks, Pickles goes gonzo (Hunter S. Thompson-style), opting to instead stay close to the beach – drinking, drugging and destroying hotel rooms alongside his attorney – the illustrious Ben Coletti. That’s punk rock! Elena Venetia conducts her end of the show from the comfort of Queens, NY – where she sets up a Halloween themed playlist to settle the nerves of her two Floridiot counterparts. FUN FACT: Dolphins are rapey.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Hola Ghost – Night of the Vampire
The Ramones- Pet Sematary
Dead Kennedys – Halloween
Marilyn Manson- This is Halloween
The Dead Tones- You Dismember Me
Horrorpops- Walk Like A Zombie
The Cramps- I Was A Teenage Werewolf
Schoolyard Heroes- Dawn of the Dead
AFI – Halloween (Misfits Cover)
Alkaline Trio – Halloween (Misfits Cover)
Misfits – Monster Mash

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.



Elena and Bobby talk genres, germany and kangaroo va-jay-jays with Nathan Gray of boysetsfire on this week’s episode of Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioElena Venetia reports from the field, travelling by Chinatown Bus from NYC to Delaware to interview Nathan Gray, frontman of the post-hardcore/punk band, boysetsfireBobby Pickles joins the conversation from the comfort of his studio, where he is safe to interrogate the singer from afar. Then Masked Intruder bumps the pair before their concert at NYC’s Webster Hall. Apparently, a hapless sound technician spilled his beer on the soundboard just prior to soundcheck, killing all hope of podcasting with the criminal quartet. How punk rock is that! But, Bobby vows to get the scoop next week during FEST 14, or go to jail trying. Episode 32’s recurring theme: Kangaroos and their multitude of va-jay-jays.

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.



New episode of Dying Scene Radio: The Bobs interview Gavin McInnes (Co-Founder, VICE) then Bob Noxious quits the show and Elena Venetia jumps in his grave – this one’s a doozy!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious quits the show LIVE ON AIR, but not before he and Bobby Pickles welcome Gavin McInnes (Co-Founder, VICE) by way of the interwebs to discuss how punk rock helped shape his successes. An accomplished entrepreneur, writer, radio/tv host, McInnes is living proof that English majors can accomplish a lot more than just being a teacher, not that being a teacher isn’t a great accomplishment or anything. Then a new co-host jumps directly into Bob’s grave! Her name is Elena Venetia and she’s a hot, tatted, New York City punk rock chick, who does not want to be known as the “hot, tatted chick co-host” – just “co-host” (but she’s far from a feminist and wants to make that clear right now). Episode 31’s recurring theme: EVERYBODY is replaceable.

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus all the latest new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Dead Ahead – Berzerker
Free Children of Earth – No Broken Circles
Gavin McInnes – Interview Part 1
Behind Deadlines  – Office Party
Less Deceived – I Used To Own A CRASS T-Shirt
Chilled Monkey Brains – The Tale of Ramirez DePietro
Quarter Tank – Grenades
The Best of the Worst – Ctrl-Z
Still Alive – Shadow Anthem
Gavin McInnes – Interview Part 2
Lucky Stars – All Lies
The Atom Age – It’s A Mess
Smokey Bastard – Archipelago

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The Bobs welcome special guest Frank Turner on this week’s episode of Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious and Bobby Pickles welcome Frank Turner by way of the interwebs to discuss his new record, Positive Songs for Negative People. The Bobs can tell full well that Frank is highly disturbed by their uncouth, American manners and hacky, tabloid idiocy – but that doesn’t stop them from getting to the bottom of things, or learning about Lester Bangs. From being hungover on the set of his new Josephine video, to performing a “nearly” spot-on American accent while proclaiming his love and admiration of the deep south, Turner stays courteous to the Bobs, even while Noxious fields him questions, which were obviously researched via wikipedia. Say hello to the punk rock Bruce Springsteen! (At least we didn’t make that the headline). Unlike Mr. Pickles, who was on TLC’s America’s Worst Tattoos – Mr. Turner does not believe in cover-ups or regret, that’s why Frank has deemed his left leg, his “stupid tattoo leg”, sporting an image of Dale Earnhardt, a kangaroo with a unicorn horn, and a brandname of canadian prescription painkillers. Episode 30’s recurring themes: Bob’s admitted rampant file sharing abuses, his exploitation of hate mail and “not so secret” admirers, plus a new genre is born: polka-funk.

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus all the latest new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Frank Turner – Josephine
Frank Turner Interview Part 1
Science Club – The Lord Will Have His Terrible Vengeance
Contra Code – Screw Tape
Frank Turner Interview Part 2
Night Birds – Left In The Middle
Hopes – Trapped
Frank Turner Interview Part 3
Sundays – Power Of One
Million Dead – Breaking The Back
Frank Turner Interview Part 4
Band Of Homeless – Drink Again
Rusty Things – The Butchers Bill
Frank Turner Interview Part 5
Three Eyed Jack – Faded Memories
The Offenders – Harsh Reality



Bobby Pickles interviews Millencolin on this week’s episode of Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles chats with Mathias Färm and Erik Ohlsson of the legendary Swedish skate-punk band Millencolin prior to their stop at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, on the North American leg of their 2015 True Brew tour. Pickles probes the two Scandinavian guitarists about that time their mutual friend, Frankie Dan acclaimed tattoo artist who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 35, had the entire band tattoo their signatures onto his leg. Erik says they have the entire encounter on video somewhere and they will post it soon, now that they have heard the news of Frankie’s untimely demise. Bobby also asks the two about Millencolin’s iconic sound, their preference for Viking women, and then relays several offensively idiotic questions that were penned by Bob NoxiousVideo of Bobby Pickles’ full-interview with Millencolin can be found on the DSR YouTube page. Vignettes by: Dan of Still Alive, Mark of Madaline, and Shaun Colón and Joel Herrera of A Fat Wreck and Punk Rock Film FestEpisode 29’s recurring theme: Crapping out on punk rock knowledge.

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus all the latest new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Dynamite Dynamite – Die For This
The Mistakes – Sick Of The Sun
Still Alive – Choices
BOYSETSFIRE – One Match
Madaline – No Sound
Blisterhead – Tumbling Down
Harrington Saints – Side By Side
Half Empty Glass – People Like You
Millencolin Interview
Millencolin – Bring Me Home
Ivan Drago – Coming Down
Start At Zero – Buzzer Beater



Joey Cape chats with The Bobs on this new episode of Dying Scene Radio!

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious and Bobby Pickles connect with Joey Cape live from his van. The three discuss Joey’s new solo record, Stitch Puppy,  the story behind the song, “Tracks”, and what it was like to record his latest acoustic album using a similar formula to that of his label, One Week Records.  Bobby uses his “Wop Dar” to uncover the Italian roots of the Lagwagon frontman, insinuates that, like most musicians, Joey is inherently lazy, and then asks Mr. Cape a very pretentious question, which Joey has not the authority to answer adequately, given that the punk rock ethos transcends ideas and is really a part of one’s DNA. But, Joey agrees with Bob’s ethos, being a 46 year old man who lives his life like a 17 year old boy.

SYNOPSIS OF BANTER: Jason 3D of The Jasons designed a FAT ENZO t-shirt depicting The Bobs getting killed by The Jasons. Lou Koller, frontman of NYHC greats, Sick Of It All, speaks with ten year old Elliott of Little Punk People, and Bobby wants to make him a DSR war correspondent because he’s interviewed many of the same people as Bob and he’s a much more talented interviewer. The Bobs discuss their impending full-coverage of FEST 14 in Gainesville and Pre-FEST in Tampa. Bobby doesn’t know who Mikey Erg or Ronnie James Dio is. The Svetlanas are from “Mother Russia” just as PigPen are comprised of more bacon than Bob puts down during breakfast. Why does EVERYBODY think the iconic Motörhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister, is going to die? Bob says if Lemmy isn’t really afraid to die, he’d have played a fourth song in Austin. Bob thinks he might need to go back to the dark liquors. Bob says, “Lemmy will live forever and what kind of world are we going to leave for Lemmy?”

AND VIGNETTES BY: Elliott Fullam of Little Punk PeopleJ. Prozac of Doubtfire, Todd Dulawan of Distorted Signals, Dylan Flynn of Pass The Bass, and Mike Hansen of Pentimento.

Episode 28’s recurring theme: bad/spot-on accents, artists who’ve recorded records in one-week’s time, and Bobby’s three keys to success – Persistence, Arrogance, and Stupidity, with major emphasis on the latter. 

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus this week’s new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Night Birds – 8 Inch Betsy
PMX – Pull The Trigger
8 Inch Betty – Mean Days
Svetlanas – Siberia
PEARS – Snowflake
Guilty By Association – Coming Home
Doubtfire – California
The Mahones – Fuck You
Joey Cape Interview
Joey Cape – Spill My Guts
Lagwagon – Made Of Broken Pieces
Pentimento – Sink Or Swim

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New Episode of Dying Scene Radio! Back after hiatus with new time/format. Interview with Fraser Murderburger about recording with Masked Intruder. Also, Mike Beer of Sparklefight.

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious and Bobby Pickles are finally back after nearly a month long hiatus! There’s been a mini format change, plus new episodes are posting each and every Monday morning. Get yourself a recap of last week’s new music and headlines, brought to you by the Bobs. On this week’s episode, Bobby talks about his travels to Floriduhh where he gets too drunk to record a DSR podcast episode with Bob in-person. Bobby asks Bob if he’s ever seen the iconic 80’s punk movie, Dudes (1987), directed by Penelope Spheeris; Bob mentions that he and the acclaimed Decline of Western Civilization director are Facebook friends. Bobby asks Bob if he ever likes bands’ Facebook pages, prior to listening to any of their music, simply based on their ridiculous name. Bob thinks new NOFX music is not newsworthy because they’re always dropping new music. Bobby informs Bob that Fat Wreck Chords has only existed for 24 years and nobody checked to verify dates – everyone just bought the 25 year anniversary marketing ploy. Bobby gives 45 Adapters frontman Pickabar a FAT ENZO BB Allin t-shirt at the 2015 Long Island Punk Rock BBQ. Bill stevenson declares Propagandhi the best band ever. Bob declares that Fletcher Dragge is a name nazi. Bobby interviews Fraser Murderburger about doing a pre-order in lieu of a crowdfunding campaign, recording with Masked Intruder, Matt Allison (Atlas Studios), and having a million different drummers involved with The Murderburgers’ line-up during the band’s existence. Bobby says Bob should go join The Murderburgers too  – since his band, PigPen, dawns masks just like the Masked Intruder fellas. Bob says he won’t be wearing a mask in his next band because it’s too hot. Bob talks about attending Underoath’s high school in Tampa, FL. Bobby accuses Bob of “lazy thievery” – not wanting to steal the new Epitaph sampler via one-track on youtube. Bob “drops the mic” on Bobby, then reads two weird definitions of the newly accepted pop culture phrase; the alternative definition of which brings this week’s episode rating from R to X for vulgarity. Bobby declares, “Darkbuster must be a great name to hear uttered in the Boston accent!” Then, Bob attempts a Boston accent but sounds more like Vinnie Barbarino from Welcome Back, Kotter. While discussing Iron Reagan’s (Bobby mispronounces name) new craft beer flavor by Stragtimes Brewery, Bob tells Bobby the tale of PigPen’s Stale Ale and Swine Wine. Bob realizes that he could never go solo because he would have to rival the Bobnoxious band of Canada. Bob wonder why contests are so difficult these days, referencing New Found Glory’s music video contest, Bob says to win you have to be multi-talented. DSR could be the official podcast of FEST 14 in Gainesville – so stay tuned for that. Bob discusses his “hipster neighborhood” and having not mowed his lawn since finding out his house is to be sold. Sparklefight in the news, so Bobby reaches out to Mike Beer about a commercial they made in jest nearly 4 years ago – there’s a Facebook protest group calling for the boycott of Connie’s Ric Rac because they say the video (which is pure schtick) supports rape culture. Mike argues their side of the story, explaining why they won’t take down the video – it’s the principality of the situation. New one-man band, Distorted Signals, lives in a van down by the river, and they/he/she also records their/his/her records in said van, as well. Episode 27’s recurring themes: name nazis and bad words, which start with the letter “C”.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Blowfuse – Radioland
The Prosecution – Sofa Spuds
45 Adapters – Patriots Not Fools
Propagandhi – I Am A Rifle
Dead Ahead – Cold Truth
Dead Rejects – Spill Your Guts
Darkbuster – Many Moons
D.O.A. – Punk Rock Hero
Joey Cape – This Life Is Strange
Greg Graffin – Faith Alone
Distorted Signals – Less Than Nothing

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus this week’s new music and headlines, below.