The PODCAST about the Late 90s/Early 2000 Punk Scene with host, Mike Doyle from Lanemeyer.
Ep. 151: Small Empire / Buddyhead / Day 19 Photography w/ Jeremy Weiss
Jeremy Weiss is one-half of the photography company, Day 19. He runs it with his wife Claire and together they take some amazing photographs for some very large Clients. What does this have to do with the late 90s scene? Well, you may have seen Jeremy’s photos in the Stay What You Are album and also Piebald’s We’re The Only Friends We Have. He also was part of the team that opened up Small Empire in NJ and worked for Buddyhead. You can hear Travis Keller talk about Buddyhead in Episode 62.
Ep. 150: Link 80 w/ Adam Davis Part 2
Welcome to episode 150. Thanks to everyone for making this happen since March of 2018. Today I have a follow-up conversation with Adam Davis from who played guitar in Link 80 His first interview is Episode 34 if you want to check that out after. This is basically some extra stories that he didn’t tell last time plus just the 2 of us bantering about current music affairs.
Ep. 149: Mineral w/ Chris Simpson
Mineral is an American emo band originally from Houston, Texas. Soon after their formation, they relocated to Austin. After disbanding in 1998, its members worked on other musical projects, including The Gloria Record, Pop Unknown, and Zookeeper. In 2019, the band celebrated their 25th anniversary with two new songs titled "Aurora" and "Your Body Is The World", a retrospective book, and by going on tour.
Ep. 148: Big Wheel Recreation w/ Rama Mayo
Big Wheel Recreation was an independent record label based in Boston, Massachusetts. It was formed in the fall of 1994 by Rama Mayo and Dickie Cummings. Started as a hobby, Big Wheel became a fully functioning record label in 1999. The label took a hiatus from releasing records sometime in 2004 until September 23, 2015 when it released an audiobook version of Hyena by Jude Angelini.
Ep. 147: Grey AM w/ Chris Murray and Todd Fogle
The Grey AM was a punk band from Herndon, PA who released full-lengths on Fiddler Records, and One Day Savior Recordings. They also did splits with Mid Carson July, One Line Drawing, Ruined in a Day, and Juliana Theory.
Ep. 146: Allister w/ Tim Rogner
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Allister is an American pop-punk band from Chicago. The four-piece formed in 1994 when the original band members were still in high school In 1998 Allister became one of the first bands to sign to Drive-Thru Records. They have released six studio albums: Dead Ends and Girlfriends (1999), Last Stop Suburbia (2002), Before the Blackout (2005), Countdown to Nowhere (2010), Life Behind Machines (2012), and 20 Years and Counting (2019). The band also made a cameo appearance in the 2004 film Sleepover.
They went on hiatus in 2007, then reunited in 2010, and have become Uncle Jessie Famous over in Japan. I got Tim on the Skype and this is what we chat about:
How seeing Rhythm Collision changed his life Starting off as the drummer who was the singer as well Their original name being Fall Out Boy Signing to Drive-Thru Did they coordinate their stage presence Home Grown Going Gold in Japan Touring with Day At The Fair Does a band actually have to pay for the Gold records And a ton more Check out Tim’s current band Hot Alice. You can find them on Spotify, the Gram, and the other socials.
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Great host & great podcast for those who were part of the scene back in the day! Keep up the great work dude! Respect
Absolutely love this podcast!!!
Into a period of time I was too young to actively participate in.