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Punks in Pubs is a biweekly podcast not just for punks!

Former punk radio producer Liam Bird sits down with a mic in one hand and a beer in the other talking to individuals with some affiliation to the genre of punk in a *pub

*Not always in a pub

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Punks in Pubs is a biweekly podcast not just for punks!

Former punk radio producer Liam Bird sits down with a mic in one hand and a beer in the other talking to individuals with some affiliation to the genre of punk in a *pub

*Not always in a pub

    Episode 21: Jason Aalon Butler (The Fever 333)

    Episode 21: Jason Aalon Butler (The Fever 333)

    Episode 21 is Liam talking to a charming man named Jason Aalon Butler formerly of Letlive and now kicking it with The Fever 333.
    So what can you expect, You will hear childhood stories of Jason growing up in Inglewood California, living in poverty and gang culture but from this experience came his passion for politics.
    Liam asks Jason about what to expect from his new band Fever 333 and what he hopes to achieve. Naturally, we find out what the 333 stand for!
    Of course, we talk punk and influences. Liam asks why Jason chose punk over his other music love of hip-hop.Jason opens up about life on Epitaph as well as the rise and fall of Letlive. A must listen for all you Letlive fans.
    Jason bravely opens up to Liam as he talks publicly for the first time about his mental health and having a break down in Arizona.
    As always we hand over the end of the podcast to you and your band. This week band hail from Mexico City, Mexico and there call 3 Minute Riot.
    Please go rate and review on whatever podcast streaming service you use. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @punksinpubs. Lastly, the power of word of mouth helps this podcast grow so tell your friends and family to listen if punk is there thing.
    You can listen to the soundtrack of this episode via this link, Until next time, Enjoy.

    • 1h 6 min
    Episode 63: F.C. St. Pauli

    Episode 63: F.C. St. Pauli

    Episode 63 sees Liam speaking to Sven Brux who is an OG Punk and also Head of stadium operations and Fans at the German Football Club F.C. St. Pauli.
     
    Expect chat about Sven upbringing in the Germany city of Cologne as a young punk and the trouble that came with his music and lifestyle choice, How he moved north to Hamburg and his role in turning the football club he now works for into one of the most progressive football clubs in the world by sticking to a punk rock ideology. 
     
    Jolly Fuckers sponsor this weekes episode, make sure you go support there work by clicking this link or copying and paste the below.
    https://jollyfuckers.bandcamp.com/
     
    If you would like to sponsor the podcast for free you can by emailing punksinpubs@gmail.com
     
    Go check out Punks In Pubs' merch on our Etsy page, click this link or again copy and paste the below.
    https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/PunksInPubsPodcast
     
    You can rate and review by clicking this link.
    As always thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track
     
    Rest of the tracklisting are below.
    Knock Off - Football Beer and Punk Rock
    Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen
    Talco - St. Pauli
    Transplants - Romper Stomper
    The Bouncing Souls - Ole
    See you in October x

    • 1h 4 min
    Ep 62: Vinnie Fiorello

    Ep 62: Vinnie Fiorello

    This week sees Liam staring down the camera of his laptop at former Less Than Jake drummer and lyricist, Vinnie Fiorello.
     
    Vinnie speaks about his new comic book and music hybrid projects called The Inevitables featuring members from Westbound Train, Big D and the Kids Table, Reel Big Fish, The Interrupters, Jeff Rosenstock's Band and Nightmare for a Week. So expect to hear lots on that. Find out more about The Inevitables by clicking this link
     
    Vinnie talks about moving from New Jersey to Florida in his late teens and explains that it was either moving down the East Coast or jail time!
     
    Liam asks Vinnie about his work outside of Less Than Jake with Paper and Plastic and his stint with Fueled by Ramen. They, of course, also talk about his time with Less Than Jake and how being physically and mentally broken lead him to stepping down from the band that Vinnie created 28 years ago.
     
    Thank you to Golden Bloom for sponsoring this episode. Make sure you check out their work via this link. If you would like to sponsor the podcast for free you can by emailing punksinpubs@gmail.com
     
    Go check out Punks In Pubs' merch on our Etsy page, click the link 
     
    You can rate and review by clicking this link.
     
    As always thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track
     
    Rest of the tracklisting is below.
    All, Less Than Jake
     
    All My Best Friends Are Metalheads
    Johnny Quest Thinks We're Sellouts
    Last One Out of Liberty City
    Great American Sharpshooter
    The Brightest Bulb Has Burned Out
    Gainesville Rock City
    History of a Boring Town
    The Science of Selling Yourself Short
     

    • 1h 11 min
    Episode 61: Martin Atkins

    Episode 61: Martin Atkins

    Liam is looking down his laptop speaking to former Public Image Ltd drummer Martin Atkins.
     
    You may also know Martin from his work with Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and Pig Face. All bands touched on in this episodes. But you might not know that Martin is also a lecture, going around the world talking about the music industry, and he talks about just that and gives advise to bands on what to do during a global pandemic!
     
    You can take up a FREE online class. via this link
     
    We of course talk about PiL and his working relationship with John Lydon and the rest of the band and Martin talks about why he walked away from a band that was "just fucked"
     
    Disaster Forecast sponsoring this episode so make sure you check out there work. You can sponsor the podcast for free by emailing punksinpubs@gmail.com
     
    Go pick up some punks in pubs merch, 100% of the profits will be going to Beruit foodbanks after the tragic episodes Etasy website 
     
    As always thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track
     
    Rest of the tracklisting is below.
     
    This is not a love song - PiL
    Another Million Miles - Brian Brain
    Four Enclosed Words - PiL
    Flowers Of Romance - PiL
    The Order Of Death - PiL

    • 58 min
    Episode 60: Josh Buckley (Punk Rock Classrooms )

    Episode 60: Josh Buckley (Punk Rock Classrooms )

    We are back in the classroom!
    Episode 60 sees Liam speaking with Josh Buckley. A Teacher from Mesa, Arizona who has taken the decision to bring his Punk Rock ethics and belives into his classroom!
     
    Expect circle pits and slam dancing* 
     
    *Metaphorically. 
     
    Make sure you check out Punk Rock Classrooms that Josh co-host with Mike Earnshaw. www.punkrockclassrooms.com
     
    Thank you to We Three Kings for sponsoring this week's podcast, make sure you check out their work and show them a little support.
     
    If you would like to support the podcast, please get yourself a Punks In Pubs Tshirt!. Go pick up a shirt on our Etasy website www.etsy.com/uk/shop/PunksInPubsPodcast or drop us an email punksinpubs@gmail.com and we will sort you out.
     
    As a bonus, you get yourself a free Punks In Pubs sticker with each order!
     
    If you a little short for cash but still want to support the podcast, you can do that by giving the podcast a rate and review on iTunes; it really does help the podcast grow.
     
    As always thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track
    Ramones - Rock n Roll High School 
    Less Than Jake - All My Best Friends Are Metalheads 
    MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
    Operation Ivy - Unity
    Alice Cooper - School's Out

    • 1h 15 min
    Episode 59: Stacey Dee (Bad Cop Bad Cop)

    Episode 59: Stacey Dee (Bad Cop Bad Cop)

     
    Liam is chatting with Bad Cop Bad Cop's Stacey Dee.
     
    You can expect chat about the new album 'The Ride' and the decision to release the album when you can't tour off it!
     
    Liam and Stacey talk about growing up around drug use and how they both excelled in the performing arts. 
     
    Stacey and Liam also talk about a person that bonds them together, Stacey's ex-husband and Liam's ex-boss; the BBC Radio 1 Punk Rock Show's host, Mike Davies.
     
    Lastly, Stacey speaks about the band's drive and writing songs with meaning.
     
    We have NEW T-shirts and we want you to buy them, check them out via the link below.
    www.etsy.com/uk/shop/PunksInPubsPodcast
    Go rate and review on iTunes. It REALLY does help.
    Molly Tie sponsors the episode of the podcast. Molly is writing a book about women and the punk movement in all eras/sub-genres. She is looking for woman to talk to, in particular, fans of the 80s hardcore/90s riot grrl/pop-punk side of things if this sounds like you then reach out to Molly on Twitter @Molly_tie or click this link
    As always thank you to Fidlar for not suing us and letting us use Cheap Beer as the podcast's opening track
    The Bad Cop Bad Cop playlist for this episode is.
    Nightmare
    Community
    Womanarchist
    Originators
    Simple Girl

    • 1h 9 min

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