I got into NOFX after their ‘So Long and Thanks for All The Shoes’ album came out in ’97. I was 13. The album blew my mind and is still my favourite album by the band. And not just because of the nostalgic component.
I’ve been listening to Face To Face for a long time. Their 1996 self titled album was a constant companion throughout junior high and high school. And their fantastic 2002 album How To Ruin Everything has been one of my favourite punk rock album ever since its release. […]
Interview – Sidewalk Serenades with Darius Koski
You won’t find many in the punk scene, or the music scene in general, who have had a more interesting an impressive career than Atom Willard. His resume is filled with great, sometimes genre defining bands such as Social Distortion, Rocket From The Crypt, The Offspring and more and now currently with Against Me! Vandala had a lot to talk about upcoming live album 23 Live Sex Acts, next studio record and more.
They’re about to hit the road with Strung Out, which includes a cross Canada run. I gave Blue a call in an undisclosed location to discuss the tour, the fans and, of course, prison.
Jack Dalrymple, though he would be very reluctant to agree, is a bonafide bay area legend. Having fronted or been a part of some of the scene’s coolest, most influential bands, including One Man Army, Swingin’ Utters and Dead To Me, his new band, toyGuitar,
Jack Dalrymple has been a fixture in the punk rock scene since way back in 1995 when he formed One Man Army. Throughout the years he’s piled up an impressive discography with some of the scene’s best bands, including the original incarnation of Dead To Me, San Francisco/Santa Cruz legends Swingin’ Utters and short lived