Mostly Harmless is Denver's punk rock talk show. After a few beers, Damian talks to Musicians, comedians, artists, filmmakers and more about their origins stories, creating their own paths, future projects; along with life, the universe and everything!
Ben Clagget on Walking across America & Jason Kutchma on why local politics matter & running for office
Two inspirational chats this week! First up is BEN CLAGETT who is currently WALKING ACROSS AMERICA! We also chat with Jason Kutchma, the Red Collar/Chasing 76 front-man & former Physics teacher on the importance of local government, choice & what he learned running for office in the deep red state of Idaho.
Why is Ben walking across America? What did Jason learn from his political career about the importance of Local Government?
Brea Grant - Actor - Writer - Director of 12 Hour Shift
BREA GRANT is our guest of the week! You might know her from NBC's HEROES, DEXTER or as Mya in ROB ZOMBIE'S HALLOWEEN 2! Not to mention writing and directing the critically acclaimed indie horror, 12 Hour Shift!
These days Brea is more than just an actor.
This week we talk to Brea about growing up in East Texas and how her early punk rock roots and playing in an all women punk rock band, Junction June, helped shape her into the creative dynamo she is today!
Teenage Halloween's Luke Henderiks on their debut album from Don Giovanni Records
Luke Henderson, front person & main songwriter for TEENAGE HALLOWEEN out of Asbury Park, New Jersey.
The band released their debut, self-titled full length on Don Giovani Records in the midst of the 2020 pandemic. But the band has not lost momentum. They are working on recording new songs and practicing for the never ending tour that will soon be coming there way.
I talk with Luke about their Covid year, plans for 2021, honesty and why community matters! All of that and more!
Music Publicist Jamie Colleta: No Earbuds PR (Jeff Rosenstock, AJJ, Ratboys)
MHv02e04: Music Publicist JAMIE COLETTA of No Earbuds PR is our guest this week! Jamie has worked with bands such as Jeff Rosenstock, PUP, AJJ, The Wonder Years, Ratboys & More!
Join us this week as Jamie tells us how she got started in music PR work, her secret to success, importance of building community and oh so much more! Have you ever wanted behind the scenes tips on how to make it in music? We have some of those for you today! All of that and more in this week's episode!
Artist Fonda Elizabeth on her new release: Beer Nerdz Only: The Covid Times
03: Artist & Beer expert Fonda Elizabeth!
Fonda Elizabeth is a Denver based artist and craft beer bartender! We chat with Fonda about her latest artistic release, BEER NERDZ ONLY: The Covid Times art book/Calendar! We also chat with Fonda about her artistic journeys, combining her two areas of life (Art & Beer), and her favorite music venue in Denver! Order your copy at: https://FondaElizabethArts.com/store
MHv02e02 - Artist Vanessa Jean Speckman & Two Cow Garage's Micah Schnabel
Mostly Harmless V2 Episode 02: This week we are talking with our old, old friends Micah Schnabel & Vanessa Jean Speckman! Micah you may know from his band, Two Cow Garage or solo work. Micah is also the author of Hello, My Name Is Henry.
Vanessa is an artist, photographer, writer and front woman of Call Me Rita. She is the artist behind John Moreland's High On Tulsa Heat album cover, and her work has been seen with Frank Turner on tour.
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Rad punk rock pod!
this is a rad pod! give it a spin. good interviews with great bands! been looking for a pod like this for a long time...
I searched for any podcasts on the Menzingers & this came up. This dude yaps more than the people he's "interviewing" & I use that word lightly. This time was in a back alley. When he's not name dropping or trying to big time him, he gives backhanded compliments & it's super awkward. He kept calling their album 'Chamberlain Waiting'. Way to do your research. Tom was being so nice & never did correct him. It's a shame cause there's not much out there on the Menzingers but don't bother with this trite garbage.
Helping keep punk alive
I discovered this podcast last night while looking for new (music related) podcasts instead of the usual political podcasts that I normally listen to. I work in a warehouse so I spend a lot of time listening to music and podcasts. The first one I listened to was with the Bouncing Souls. After that, I was hooked! I listened to this podcast for my entire 8 hour shift today. I'm about the same age as Damien and we both got into punk rock around the same time. It's great to hear (new) interviews with bands that I've been listening to for nearly 20 years, to hear what they do in their personal lives away from the band, tour stories and how they've kept it going for so long especially after the "heyday" of punk. You can tell through his interviews that he is a true fan of the bands and genre and wants to help keep punk alive. I'm looking forward to new interviews with more bands and with people working within the punk/hardcore/ska genre. Keep it up!