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/ Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters)
On an all new Hard times Podcast, Matt and Bill sit down with Foo Fighters and Me First and The Gimme Gimme guitarist Chris Shiflett! They talk pro boxers eating habits, backing tracks and Hulk Hogan’s Metallica audition. Available wherever you get your podcasts!
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Lauren Lavin and Karter Mycroft (Fluppies)
On the Hard Times Podcast, we have our first virtual band, Lauren Lavin and Karter Mycroft from Fluppies! They chat with Matt and Bill about World War 2, fisheries and Fluppies’ multimedia project, ‘Los Suelos, CA’, releasing February 15th
The Hard Times Podcast w/ Jesse Michaels (Operation Ivy)
Start 2022 off strong with an all new Hard Times Podcast! Matt and Bill sit down with special guest Operation Ivy frontman Jesse Michaels to talk hipster history, grandma’s bowl candy and hardcore girl gangs.
Special Presentation Vert Button: That's Life w/ Whitmer Thomas
We're closing out the year with a whole new show entirely. Enjoy this special episode of Bill's other podcast Vert Button and have a happy New Year!
What's the common thread between tight pants, dyed black hair, and disco punk? Foundation's 2004 classic "That's Life." Join the Vert Button crew as they talk about all the big rails, big slams, and bad style choices along with special guest comedian and skateboarder, Whitmer Thomas.
REPOST: The Hard Times Podcast w/ Keith Morris
Matt and Bill got arrested for beating up a mall Santa, so here’s a repost of our Keith Morris’ second time on the show. Have a happy holidays form all of us at The Hard Times Podcast!
REPOST: The Hard Times Podcast w/ David Koechner
Matt and Bill are taking some time to find out if Santa Clause is real so here's a repost of an episode with comedy legend David Koechner!
Matt stop interrupting
Matt never lets a guest finish a sentence. Five stars.
Make it about your guests.
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.