The PODCAST about the Late 90s/Early 2000 Punk Scene with host, Mike Doyle from Lanemeyer.
Ep. 127: Mid Carson July w/ Bryon Lippincott
Mid Carson July was a punk band from Good Ole PA. I didn’t feel like doing a long intro so here we go.
Ep. 126: Colossal w/ Pat Ford
Colossal is an American indie rock band from Elgin, Illinois, United States, who formed in 2001.
Their albums are Brave the Elements, Welcome the Problems, and a split with Owen.
Their lyrics and musicianship display a depth much like that found in math rock.
Ep. 125: Seaweed w/ Aaron Stauffer
Seaweed was an American band from Tacoma, Washington who was active throughout the 1990s. Their style of music is a combination of various rock sub-genres, including grunge and post-hardcore.
Ep. 124: Dharma Boys w/ Antonio Valenti & Scott Ingwersen
Dharma Boys were a late 90s NJ band from North Jersey. There's nothing really out there about them. BUT, here's what Nuno from A Wilhelm Scream said about them when I announced this interview:
"Dude no f*****g joke, I’ve spent the last 2-3 days listening to their records on SoundCloud nonstop. How did they not make a billion dollars!?! If you see those dudes or whatever tell them I sweat their songs HARD. STILL. Can’t wait to hear the new eppy."
Ep. 123: Weston Pt. 2 w/ Jesse Short
Today I talk again with Jesse Short about his time in Weston and the allegations brought up against James Alex of Beach Slang by manager Charlie Lowe.
Ep. 122: Booking Bands w/ Nick Storch
Nick Storch is a premier booking agent as Angelo from Grieving Eucalyptus (episode 116) explains in his Instagram introduction to Nick.
Here’s the list of bands Nick has worked with over the years:
Bouncing Souls, Face to Face Scene bands, Kill Your Idols, Fairweather, Hope Conspiracy, Breaking Pangaea, Darkest Hour, Ghost, Frank Turner, Ice T, Sevendust, Baroness, Underoath, and a shit ton more. Nick grew up in the PA scene playing in a band, promoting shows, and then finally becoming an agent.
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Into a period of time I was too young to actively participate in.
Punk Rock Nostalgia
Mike does a fantastic job interviewing a variety of people in the punk scene. Even not knowing all of the bands, it’s quite entertaining. It oozes genuine enthusiasm for music. Well done!
with artists I grew up listening to and playing with