Go into The Void with your host Christina Rowatt and featured musical and creative artist guests for a raw, uncut conversation with fearless rock and roll nuns about art, music, mental health and the non-civilian life. Not for the gleefully outraged. This podcast is the sister show to The Void with Christina YouTube channel.
John Joseph (Cro-Mags, Bloodclot)
New York hardcore icon John Joseph talks about H.R. from Bad Brains, how he feels about the aftermath of Cro-Mags and his broken relationship with former bandmate Harley Flanagan, transformative moments with Black Sabbath, new ways to spread the word about plant-based life, the return of New York live punk rock at Tompkins Square Park, thinking for yourself & questioning authority, the irritating earnestness of Pearl Jam, the Military Industrial Complex, why it is "We The People" vs. those in power, his new documentary about the Prison Industrial Complex, his relationship with soul music and lots more.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/kfkn8kCzr_U
Misha Mansoor (Periphery)
Misha Mansoor (Periphery) reflects on his new solo album "Moderately Fast, Adequately Furious," Periphery's transformation into a passion project, how the pandemic sparked ingenuity, Periphery drummer Matt Halpern's phenomenal feel, Nolly's irreplaceable bass, how the new Periphery sessions are progressing and much more.
Tim McIlrath (Rise Against)
Rise Against singer Tim McIlrath talks about his new record "Nowhere Generation," what happens when capitalism crumbles, how it will feel to have the pendulum swing back, his first guitar, when drums are the riffs and guitars are the rhythm, how he writes songs and how growing up in Chicago on riot grrl music changed his perspective on punk rock.
Tim appears in my recent documentary on women and punk rock which you can watch on YouTube.
Iggor Cavalera & Aaron Spectre (Drumcorps)
Iconic drummer Iggor Cavalera and electronic artist Aaron Spectre (Drumcorps) discuss the soulful nature of drums, creativity, extreme music, why music the ethos and energy of industrial, hardcore and electronic music, the status of Iggor’s many projects (Cavalera Conspiracy, Petbrick, Mixhell, et al), the decision he made when he left Sepultura to only make music with people he loves and lots more.
Jesse Leach / Killswitch Engage
Vocalist Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage, Times of Grace) talks about mental health and consciousness, the universe, survival mode, losing his voice & finding it again, waking up, what it would sound like if he went solo, goth music & lots more.
Kimbra & Ben Weinman (Dillinger Escape Plan)
Kimbra and Ben Weinman (Dillinger Escape Plan & Kimbra manager) are both wildly adventurous and innovative artists who have redefined the boundaries of pop music and heavy music respectively. They've earned a cult following and a quiet nod of respect from a dizzying array of fellow artists. Here we delve into Kimbra's long-awaited fourth album, the parallels between their musical worlds and beyond.
sex, drugs, rock and ro;; meets classic literature
I have never been a fan of podcasts until now. This is the only podcast I have listened to that I can finish. It's two amazing women talking about music history, classic literature, all while entertaining the listeners with stories of schenanigans and quoting Henry Rollins. It is relatable, has a great message, and dropping an F bomb or two while talking about The Art of War is an artform!