The Hard Times podcast hosted by co-founders Bill Conway and Matt Saincome. Produced by Liam Senior and music by Louie Aronowitz.
The Hard Times Podcast w/ The Mad Dogs
What happens when the guest cancels last minute? We let the mad dogs loose baby!!!
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Brianna Collins (Tigers Jaw)
On today’s Hard Times Podcast, Tiger Jaw member Brianna Collins hops on the podcast to talk 5,000 piece jigsaw puzzles, existential cheese crisis and water colors, specifically Matt’s watercolors, one of which was been…STOLEN? Check it out at the Hard Times Podcast Network or wherever you get podcasts.
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Ian Shelton (Regional Justice Center)
On today’s Hard Times Podcast, Ian Shelton of Regional Justice Center joins Matt and Bill to talk bad band names, John Mayer's love of buttholes and how Matt was the scourge of the Bay Area.
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World)
On today’s all new Hard Times Podcast, Jimmy Eat World frontman Jim Adkins comes on the podcast to talk about filming an episode of Yo Gabba Gabba, Lindsey Lohan’s backing band and how Bill’s wife would leave him for Jim. Check it out at the Hard Times Podcast Network!
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Scott Crawford (Something Better Change)
On today’s episode of The Hard Times Podcast, Scott Crawford returns to talk blowing up porno stores, punks running for office and his new documentary! You can check out the kickstarter for Scott’s new documentary “Something Better Change” right here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cra/something-better-change?ref=user_menu
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Pierce Jordan and GG Guerra (Soul Glo)
Today on the Hard Times Podcast, Soul Glo members Pierce Jordan and GG Guerra stop by to talk upgrading punk houses, flat earths and finding love in hopeless places.
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Matt stop interrupting
Matt never lets a guest finish a sentence. Five stars.
Like listening to two guys at the dive bar through a tin can
The audio quality is garbage (not to mention phone notifications going off at full volume in the background),horribly researched interview questions, and a basic lack of respect for extremely cool guests. Is this what punk is supposed to be now? Old guys trying to pretend they’re still cool by not caring about the content they produce at all? Invest your time in the publication, not the podcast.
Broke edge and loving it
Listening to this podcast started as a way enjoying content on the bike ride to work. Then I started binge listening. I listened to the Lars episode all night on repeat one night. When I woke up my wife was gone. The note she left said everything I already knew. This podcast is the worst vice I could have ever imagined. Hard line please come and teach me a lesson, hang me by my toes from your bastions of clean living and tickle me until i pee myself and the pee runs down my chest to my face, and then make me lap it up like a DOG for I have broken the heck out of the delicate blossom we call “edge”. Anyway solid poddie thanks for the content I’ll never quit