56 – MASKED INTRUDER! A hilarious interview with the band about their first loves, first thefts, first records, thought on the films High Fidelity, E.T. and more!

Masked Intruder and Officer Bradford at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins. You can't see it, but Blue is intruding my back pockets at this moment.....

Masked Intruder and Officer Bradford at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins. You can’t see it, but Blue is intruding my back pockets at this moment…..

Be prepared to laugh your ass off!  For this interview, MASKED INTRUDER join us from backstage of the FAT TOUR 2013! They tell us the tales of their first loves, first thefts, and their first records! They also dispense valuable relationship advice, discuss the finer points of High Fidelity, their ideal women, E.T. and more!

This episode was recorded backstage at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins where the band performed with Less Than Jake, Anti-Flag and Get Dead!

This episode features, “I Don’t Wanna Be Alone Tonight,” and “Wish You Were Mine” from 2012’s Self-titled album on Red Scare and Fat Wreck Chords! 

 

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39 – LUTHER’s Nick Harris talks Life and Death, Musical journeys, The Bouncing Souls and Unravel the mysteries of the universe!

Beard Snuggles with Nick Harris from Luther!

Beard Snuggles with Nick Harris from Luther!

Today’s episode brings you the last of our three part series of interviews while on tour sabbatical in New York City! And BOY what an epic episode we bring you this week with one of our favorite humans, Nick Harris from the Philadelphia band: LUTHER.

This interview has been in the works for nearly a year and a half, but finally far away from both of our homes we meet up in New York where Luther was opening for Anti-Flag, celebrating their 20 year anniversary.

We wandered across the street from Webster Hall to a loud sports bar and continued to inject large amounts of beer. We proceeded to talk about the origins of Nick’s Musical career. We talk about a life or death situation that brought the band closer together and with a more intent sense of purpose. Not to mention we talk about The Bouncing Souls, Chunksaah Records, and all while trying to unravel the mysteries of the Universe! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE & DOWNLOAD/LISTEN AND CLIPS

38 – Worship This! Interview! We talk about their lives before this band, A-F Records, Why they work together, how they are NOT a Christian band and partying in THE BIG APPLE!

Jesus has a beard. Aaron from Worship This! has a beard. Coincidence? Absolutely!

Jesus has a beard. Aaron from Worship This! has a beard. Coincidence? Absolutely!
From Left to Right: Joshua Taylor, Aaron Novak, Jeremy Provchy & Jeff Hart at The Ontario in NYC.

Are you a fan of bands that are in the same vein as Hot Water Music, Samiam, Polar Bear Club or Jawbreaker? If you are, welcome to your new favorite band! This week I’m proud to bring you my new best friends forever in the Akron, Ohio band: WORSHIP THIS!

I first discovered Worship This while on a month long tour with Arliss Nancy. It was a humid, hungover Saturday afternoon at the annual Death To False Hope Records Fest in Durham, North Carolina at Motorco. The main auditorium was cool and comfortable with strong Bloody Mary’s. I sat down not to watch music, but to not move for a few minutes. I didn’t want to be assaulted by yet another super loud rock band, or so I thought.

The gentlemen from Worship This took the stage and did what no woman would have dared the night before. They rocked my ever loving brains out, not that I had many to begin with after a long day of heavy drinking.

I was instantly in love with the powerhouse quintet and the power the brought that warm, rainy summer afternoon in North Carolina. I was not alone, as many other DTFH fest goers were overwhelmed by the power and grace these fine young lads unleashed upon us that afternoon.

I met up with the boys a week later in New York City. The band was hand picked to open up for Anti-Flag, whom were putting out Worship This’s new record, Tomorrow, I’ll Miss You on their recently relaunched A-F Records. When we couldn’t make the interview work at the venue, we traveled across town to Brooklyn to the Canadian themed dive bar, The Ontario to continue drinking through the night until we reached the perfect level of intoxication to do a ridiculous interview. I think we hit that point.

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