The PODCAST about the Late 90s/Early 2000 Punk Scene with host, Mike Doyle from Lanemeyer.
Ep. 144: Weston w/ Chuck Saltern REPOST
Weston is a punk rock band hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1990, they took their name from singer Dave Weston's family, since his parents allowed them to practice in their basement. The band never found mainstream success but their energetic and irreverent live shows earned them legendary status amongst their peers as well as their fans. Following their major-label debut, the band split up.
Ep. 143: Braid w/ Chris Broach REPOST
This is a repost of my interview with Chris Broach and here is what we chatted about:
The band not having a digestible sound
Skating with the dudes from Cap’n Jazz when they were in High School
Teaching himself how to play guitar based on what he thought sounded good
How he joined the band
Touring a lot burning out the band
The Actuality of Thought DVD
Frame and Canvas (this part is sick)
And a ton more
Ep. 142: Saturday Supercade w/ Rob Schumacher
Saturday Supercade was a pop-punk band from Cincinnati, Ohio that sounded like a happier version of Propagandhi. They put out a 7” and 2 full-length albums and did a bit of touring in the late 90s.
Ep. 141: Sig Transit Gloria w/ Patrick Kilbryde
Sig Transit Gloria was a 4 piece band consisting of Nate, Jason, Mike, and Pat. Their sound was that whole keyboard-driven magic that was very Get Up Kids esque.
Ep. 140: Kill Your Idols w/ Andy West
Kill Your Idols was an American hardcore punk band from New York, active from 1995 through 2007 and were signed to SideOneDummy Records. The band released many 7" EPs, splits with other bands (including Full Speed Ahead, Fisticuffs, Voorhees, Good Riddance, and Poison Idea), compilation tracks, and full-length LPs in their 11-year run.
Ep. 139: Fiddler Records w/ Amy Fleisher Madden
Fiddler Records was a small independent record label serving as the launchpad for several artists seminal to the pop, punk and emo genres. Starting as the brainchild of 16-year-old entrepreneur Amy Fleisher Madden in 1996, the label became well known for its early releases from marquee artists Dashboard Confessional and New Found Glory. Over the course of 10 years, Fiddler Records developed a steady roster of successful artists such as The Bled, The Higher, Recover, Juliette & The Licks, and others.
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.