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Punk rock is more than a genre. It's an attitude, an outlook, and the fastest, loudest form of personal expression possible. In each episode of The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast, hosts Stan Mueller, Rob Imlay AKA Bob the Bastard and Chris Tjernagel discuss all things punk rock with the people that live it: from musicians of the past, present, and future, to others who have influenced the scene in various ways. For those looking to take a deep dive into punk rock's rich history or keep up with what's going on in the current scene, this podcast is for you.

The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast Stan Mueller, Chris Tjernagel, and Rob Imlay

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Punk rock is more than a genre. It's an attitude, an outlook, and the fastest, loudest form of personal expression possible. In each episode of The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast, hosts Stan Mueller, Rob Imlay AKA Bob the Bastard and Chris Tjernagel discuss all things punk rock with the people that live it: from musicians of the past, present, and future, to others who have influenced the scene in various ways. For those looking to take a deep dive into punk rock's rich history or keep up with what's going on in the current scene, this podcast is for you.

    Punk Rock Museum 1 Year Anniversary Show featuring My Shot Exhibit: Marla Watson, Chris Petersen, Courtney Coles, Oginee Viamontes, and Jennifer Finch

    Punk Rock Museum 1 Year Anniversary Show featuring My Shot Exhibit: Marla Watson, Chris Petersen, Courtney Coles, Oginee Viamontes, and Jennifer Finch

    Join us on a special episode of Punk Rock Chronicles as we take you on an unforgettable journey to Las Vegas, where we dive into the heart of punk rock culture at the Punk Rock Museum! In this episode, we're thrilled to bring you exclusive interviews with four remarkable individuals: Marla Watson, Oginee Viamontes, Courtney Coles, and Chris Petersen, who shares insights on behalf of his late sister, Naomi Petersen.

    These talented artists are the driving forces behind the groundbreaking photography exhibit "My Shot," a tribute to the influential female punk photographers who've captured the raw essence of the punk rock scene. Each photographer shares their unique perspective and stories behind their iconic images, giving us a deeper understanding of the punk rock ethos.

    As a special bonus, we had the incredible opportunity to sit down with Jennifer Finch, the powerhouse bassist/vocalist of L7, who also showcases her exceptional talent as a photographer in the punk rock realm. Jennifer shares her experiences both on and off stage, providing a unique glimpse into the world of punk rock through her lens.

    Don't miss this episode of Punk Rock Chronicles, where music, photography, and punk rock culture collide in an unforgettable Las Vegas adventure. Tune in, rock out, and explore the vibrant legacy of female punk photographers with us!

    Religious Wars by SUB HUM ANS

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    No Means No: From Obscurity to Oblivion with author Jason Lamb

    No Means No: From Obscurity to Oblivion with author Jason Lamb

    In this installment, we're stoked to have Jason Lamb, the accomplished writer of the groundbreaking book "No Means No: From Obscurity to Oblivion – An Oral History." Hailing from the punk-rich city of Victoria, BC, Canada, Jason brings a unique perspective shaped by his background in stand-up comedy and broadcast journalism.  But that's not all – Jason is not just an author; he's also the mastermind behind "The Punk Show on the Zone," a radio program that pulses with the raw energy of punk music. In this episode, we'll uncover the story behind Jason's journey into the punk rock scene and how his experiences in comedy and journalism converged into this fascinating book project.  Our focus, of course, is the legendary Canadian punk band NoMeansNo, formed in 1979 by the enigmatic brothers Rob and John Wright. NoMeansNo is synonymous with an anti-authoritarian ethos, encapsulated in their name, challenging the prevailing norms with a sound that defies categorization. Their sonic palette seamlessly weaves punk, post-punk, jazz, and progressive rock, resulting in a musical experience that is as profound as it is unpredictable.  But the highlight of this episode? Strap in for an exploration of NoMeansNo's live performances – described as mind-blowing and unforgettable. Jason Lamb will guide us through the intricacies of his journey in crafting an oral history that captures the essence of a band that has left an indelible mark on the punk landscape.

    Songs by order: 
    Beach Rats “Dress for Sick Sesh, 
    NOMEANSNO “Revenge” 
     Shattered Faith “Trilogy”

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    DiWulf Publishing House Round Table with Mike Magrann, Dave Scott Schwartzman and Steve Dilodovico

    DiWulf Publishing House Round Table with Mike Magrann, Dave Scott Schwartzman and Steve Dilodovico

    In this episode of the Punk Rock Chronicles, we feature Dave Scott Schwartzman of Adrenalin O.D., author of 'If It’s Tuesday This Must Be Walla Walla,' Mike Magrann of Channel 3, with his work 'Miles Per Gallon,' and Steve Dilodovico from DiWulf Publishing. They'll share insights on their writing and publishing journeys, diving into the rich history and legacy of punk rock culture. Tune in for a captivating exploration of punk rock's written word and its impact.
    Songs played by order: 
    "Augusto en Miseria” by Tozcos
    “Blacked out” by The Drowns
     “Not Shit” by YDI
      “Life in a bottle” by RKL.

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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Two Fine Gents: Jeff Feurhaken and Conor Logan talk about their new band Fine Gents

    Two Fine Gents: Jeff Feurhaken and Conor Logan talk about their new band Fine Gents

    On this eposide we talk to Jeff Feurhaken (Stench, Sick Shift, National Product) and Conor Logan (Shelter, Fine Gents) as they reminisce about past projects, and talk about their newest band, Fine Gents. Jeff has a history with The Punk Rock Chronicles as the director of the Ill Repute document Clean Cut American Kids – The Story of Ill Repute.  He also helped launch the first iteration of The Punk Rock Chronicles Podcast.  Jeff is near and dear to our project.  

    • 55 min
    Hardcore Then & Now: Featuring Mike Patton of Middle Class and Nason Bress of G*U*N*N*

    Hardcore Then & Now: Featuring Mike Patton of Middle Class and Nason Bress of G*U*N*N*

    The theme of this journey into hardcore music history is 'The more things change, the more they stay the same.' Come join us as we listen in on a conversation with Mike Patton, a member of the 70s Hardcore pioneers Middle Class, and Nason Bress, the drummer of the modern-day hardcore band G*U*N*N. Watch as they delve into the evolution, challenges, and breakthroughs of the genre, showcasing the fascinating comparisons and contrasts between Hardcore's origins and its present-day reality.

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    • 46 min
    J Hawk lead singer of Infirmities

    J Hawk lead singer of Infirmities

    J Hawk, the lead singer of the band Infirmities, stands as one of today's hardest-working DIY punks. Despite a limited budget, he tirelessly travels up and down California, playing shows for the sheer love of punk rock. In this episode of The Punk Rock Chronicles crew delve into what fuels J Hawk's inspiration and his dedication to spreading a positive message. We also explore his experiences performing alongside some of punk rock's most iconic bands.  Remarkably, he made a seven-hour drive from Salinas to Lake Forest, where we record our shows at Third Row studios, to sit down with us. It's a testament to his commitment. So, kick back, grab your favorite beverage, and immerse yourself in the tales of Infirmities' adventures.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
189 Ratings

189 Ratings

JosephKStice45 ,

Great podcast

This was the first podcast I ever listened to consistently . Love it!

Catherine Ripley ,

Love it

Every episode keeps you on the edge. Thanks for a great story so far

Angelsnax ,

Punk Rock at its Finest!

With so many podcasts available, this one includes a variety of guests and topics related to everything punk rock; past, present, and future. From the beginning of the scene to upcoming bands, hosts Stan, Rob, and Chris delve into the lives of punks everywhere. I HIGHLY recommend this listen!

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