An in-depth discussion of the Revelation Records catalog hosted by Greg & Javier
Episode 062 : Youth of Today ”Can’t Close My Eyes” w/ Porcell
YO! Always great to talk YOT and this episode is no exception. We got deep with Porcell. Hope you enjoy this as much as we did!
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Episode 100 : Kicking It! w/ Brian Fair (Overcast / Shadows Fall)
YO! Episode 100! Can you believe it? We can't! For this one we reached out to friend of the pod, Brian Fair of the bands Overcast and Shadows Fall and talked with him about hardcore, Revelation Records, being nominated for a Grammy (twice!), playing drums with chestnuts & more!
Special bidip bo to this episode's sponsors: Siren Records & Jinx Proof Tattoos (DC)
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Episode 061: Bluebird ”s/t” w/ Sam Velde & Bryan Brown
Yo! This is another one of those "mysterious" Rev releases that I'd like to think we helped now bring to light. Lots of great discussion on this one, and a bunch of extra stuff for Patrons. This one also checks off a lot of WIW Bingo spots for Greg with the connection from Bluebird to Scream, Nirvana & more. Check it out!
Special Bidip Bo to this episode's sponsor Siren Records. Located in beautiful Doylestown, PA (less than an hour outside of Philadelphia) this is THE place for all of your record shopping needs. Can't get to the store? No problem. They do online ordering via their website www.sirenrecords.com and through their Discogs. Support independent record stores, always!
Verbal Assault w/ Chris Jones & Pete Chramiec
YO! We had the chance to talk to Verbal Assault about their upcoming shows and of course jumped at the chance. Listen as we discuss those shows and lots of early Rev era stories. There is a full extra hour of content for patrons where we discuss every Verbal Assault record and get a ton of great insight and stories. If you don't want to miss out, hit up www.whereitwentpodcast.com and become a patron today.
Special Bidip Bo to Tony Rettman for helping set this up.
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Episode 060 : Better Than A Thousand ”Just One” w/ Graham Land
YO! We gotta live today, know what I mean? And what better way to do it than by listening to this interview with Graham from Better Than A Thousand talking all about the creation of this debut LP. We spoke with Graham about lots more (over an hour extra) that can be heard if you become a Patron. Check out our website www.whereitwentpodcast.com to sign up for lots of perks, extra content, access to a private Discord server and more.
Bidip Bo to the sponsor for this episode, Siren Records. Siren Records is a long running independent record store based in Doylestown, PA that carries tons of hardcore/punk releases, especially ones on Revelation Records. Not local to the area? Have no fear, Siren offers online ordering. They also have a Patreon with perks that include discounts on vinyl & cds. Check out their website at www.sirenrecords.com today!
We’re Back : Where It Went Turns Two
Happy Birthday to us! July of 2020 was our first Episode where we discussed the Warzone 7" which was released in 1987. We're now in 1997 as far as releases go, so we took some time this episode to reflect on it. Stay tuned next time for Episode 060 : Better Than A Thousand "Just One". In the meantime, if you want bonus content and other cool stuff, hit up our website at www.whereitwentpodcast.com and become a patron today!
Best pod in town.
The definitive conversation on all things Revelation Records.
Where it went
Love this pod aside from the fact that the Greg dude is constantly interrupting guests and co-hosts mid sentence. It gets annoying. We get it… you sang in One Up.. move on. Keep it up!
My favorite HC - Rev. My favorite HC podcast - WIW
All I can say is if you grew up on hardcore, this feels like a shared language, and sometimes like the weird ones twins make up. Very much appreciated, and makes me circle back every time. I like that it’s not just fanning out and like an honest dissection and criticism from everyone involved.