• #239: I Call Fives (Drew Conte)

    I Call Fives is back from their 7-year hiatus with a new EP, Not For Everyone. I talked with the bassist, Drew, about how their songwriting process has changed since […]

  • #238: WAIVER.

    In this episode, I talked with Long Island band WAIVER. about their EP coming out March 24, the meaning behind their latest single “Right Here”, Dylan playing a show right […]

  • #237: Londynne’s Falling

    In this episode, I talked with new pop-punk band Londynne’s Falling about their diverse backgrounds in the music industry and how it gives them a unique sound, how they write […]

  • #236: Stefan Beham of SBÄM Records

    I got a chance to talk to Stefan Beham, head of the punk rock label SBÄM, based in Linz, Austria. He’s also created artwork for bands like NOFX, Sum 41, […]

  • Ariel View Interview

    Ariel View is a pop-punk female-fronted band based in Southern California. Their music draws inspiration from acts like Paramore, Green Day, and the Strokes, while also infusing their own unique […]

  • #235: Luvlee

    In this episode, I talked with British artist Luvlee about starting out in a boy band, how the Nickelodeon show Drake & Josh inspired him musically, his transition from pop […]

  • #234: The Figbeats

    In this episode, I talked with punk-garage rock-indie band The Figbeats about their cover of “Apeman” on Starstruck: A Tribute to The Kinks, the funny story of how they got […]

  • #232: Knelt Before: Part 1

    Part 1: I talked with Mark Johnston of Knelt Before about the straight-edge hardcore scene then and now, being a PMA (positive mental attitude) hardcore band, how he balances being […]

  • #231: After Elmer

    In this episode, I talked with Jaap and Jasper from After Elmer about their new singles, how they write songs, the pop-punk scene in the Netherlands, and more! Follow After […]

  • #230: L E A

    I talked with pop-punk artist L E A about karaoke songs, whether she would do another “Permanently Closed” episode, her new song “FTS (Sick of This)”, and more!