Episode 31: The Ranger Movie

January 19, 2019

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Episode 31 sees Liam at The Royal George Pub in Soho talking to director; Jenn Wexler, producer; Heather Buckley and for a short amount of time actor; Chloe Levine. Together they created the award-winning new horror movie - The Ranger.

 

This interview was recorded during the height of London's FrightFest where Jenn was the first female director to open the festival with the film.

 

Having been brought up on punk herself, Jenn's passion for the genre pours out of the movie with a soundtrack that features bands like The Atom Age; The Authorities; Black Lungs; The Avengers; DayGlo Abortions and FANG. Producer, Heather's love for punk is apparent from her first breath in this interview (in a past life Heather was a Fangoria contributor). If punk and horror is your thing, this episode could become your favourite.

 

So what can you expect from this natter? Of course, we talk about the movie as well as the killer punk soundtrack... and reveal what horror movies scared the living bejeezus out of us as a kids as well as what scares us now.

 

Jenn and Heather talk punk and discovery of the sound, and Chloe explains how discovering punk for the first time (having not listened to or experienced a punk show before the movie) has led her to take on the punk-rock attitude into her real life. As well as all that we talk about the need for more women to be seen to be creating movies, the closure of venues and Liam asks "if being dubbed a B-Movie is like being labelled a pop-punk artist?"

 

You can watch the trailer here. If you are based in the US, you can rent and stream the movie via RedBox the rest of us can pick it up on Blu-ray/DVD on Amazon and it will be made available soon on the horror streaming service, Shudder, soon.

 

Playing out the show this week are The Lurchers, they're from Denver, Colorado, where it's always 420. And their track My Own Eyes will be sending you home happy.

 

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Punks in Pubs will be having February off so we will be back on the 3rd of March with Tom May of The Menzingers. Until then if you're going to a punk show and you see someone fall down, you pick them right back up. Have a good one, bye bye.

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Episode 30: Jeff Horton ( Owner of the 100 Club)

January 6, 2019

Hello and welcome to the first Punks in Pubs podcast of 2019. Happy New Year!

We are kicking off the year with a legendary venue — 100 Club. Seeing as the club can't talk, Liam talks to the owner Jeff Horton.

They are sat in the same graffiti-riddled dressing room where legends of music such as Jimmy Hedrix, Paul McCartney , The Who, The Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Black Flag, The Jam, The Damend (to name a few) have sat before - playing to the club's intimate capacity of just 350 people!

In that room, with the 100 Club dog sat by Liam's side, Jeff and Liam talk history, music and legacy.

You will hear names dropped all over the place from Paul Weller to John Lydon to Matt Willis (of Busted). You will also hear stories about how Sid Vicious' actions marked one of the worst days of Jeff's dad's life, how his punk ethics could have had Paul McCartney killed and how the club can be credited for giving Jools Holland life!

They, of course, talk about the 1976 Punk Festival that was held at the 100 Club over two days. Bands such as The Sex Pistols, The Damned, The Clash, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Jam, The Vibrators and The Stranglers "performed" over these two days. This event would change the club and punk forever!

You will hear how the club came to be in Jeff's family and how the club came within weeks of shutting its doors forever if it wasn't for a man named Richard Copcutt!

Liam and Jeff talk about venue closures and how politicians need to do more to safeguard venues like the 100 Club so the next wave of British music has a home to learn their craft.

Jeff talks about his love for punk as well as the two-week punk festival that he puts on himself every Jan. It's going on right now so make sure you go check out the line up online www.the100club.co.uk

Lastly, they discuss the 100 Club book that's been created in partnership with Fred Perry and what the future holds for the club moving into 2019.

Playing out the show this week are a ska band called P Funk North from New Jersey.

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Episode 29: Dave King (Flogging Molly)

December 22, 2018

Welcome to Episode 29 with this festive Punks In Pubs special.

Liam talks to the Flogging Molly ringmaster; Dave King.

Dave kindly gave up some of his time, even though he was feeling a little under the weather (heads up, you can hear him chewing on a throat sweet at the start - so if that kind of sensual noise isn't your thing then maybe skip the first few moments of the pod).

It wouldn't be Christmas without presents, and booze. Liam brings both.

Liam and Dave talk Punk Rock, and Dave talks about one of his music heroes Ronnie Drew of The Dubliners.

Dave talks about moving to L.A. and then finding himself becoming an illegal immigrant. This kept him in America for eight years and unable to see his mum - Dave shares a heartbreaking story on the subject matter.

You will also hear Liam and Dave discussing Frank Turner, Warp Tour and playing in Ireland for the first time.

They, of course, talk Flogging Molly, Flogging Molly's Salty Dog Cruise (Punks in Pubs may or may not be going on ) and we talk a little politics as well.

Playing out the show this week is Buenos Aires Folk punk artists Billordo, worth a listen so stick around to the end for that.

Punks in Pubs T-Shirts are now on sale going for £15 excluding p&p; You can order your shirt by emailing punksinpubs@gmail.com.

Go rate and review. Follow the podcast on all the socials @punksinpubs and all that jazz.

We will see you in 2019, Happy Christmas.

 

 

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Episode 28: Josh (The Skints) Part 2

December 15, 2018

It’s Episode 28 and Part 2 of Liam’s chat with Josh from The Skints.

We pick up Liam and Josh’s chat after the beer break of Part 1 (you can listen to that here). In Part 2 you will hear us natter about of past ‘Skints albums, touring America, supporting Sublime With Rome and being in America during the election of D.T.

Liam asks Josh if grime is more punk than punk, they discuss that Skints cover of Katy B track (On A Mission), Josh talks about working with the Mad Caddies and Liam mispronounces Aimee from The Interrupters’ name.

Trigger warning; Liam and Josh talk about mental health and how the band as a whole deal with mental health in a positive way. Josh name-drops Tim (Time Bomb) Armstrong's podcast/radio show, and we find out if there will be any new ‘Skints material coming to our ears any time soon!

LOS BANNANOS play out the show, they hail from Madrid and are worth a listen so stick around to the end for that.

Punks in Pubs T-Shirts are now on sale going for £15 excluding p&p; You can order your shirt by emailing punksinpubs@gmail.com.

Support the podcast and go rate and review on iTunes, Spotify or whatever podcast streaming service you use.

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Lastly, the power of word of mouth helps this podcast grow so spread the word. Next weeks podcast will be the last of the year and Punks In Pubs Christmas special. Liam sits down and speaks to Flogging Mollys Dave King!

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Episode 27: Josh (The Skints) Part 1

December 8, 2018
Episode 27 sees Liam in a Walthamstow pub talking to Joshua Waters Rudge, or as you and I know him as; Josh from The Skints.

For the first time in Punks In Pubs history, this will be a two-parter! Part 2 will be available on Sunday the 16th of December. So what can you expect from part 1?

Think of Part 1 like the early years of Josh and The Skints with some random ramblings along the way.

You will hear Josh talk about growing up in Walthamstow area, life at school and the rise of The Skints.  As well as the early years, Josh and Liam discuss the art of good questions, bands that should have made it (but didn't) and The Skints signature brew beer - plus much, much more.

As always your band plays out the show and this week's artist is Nottingham-based, George Gadd.

You can now pre-order the new Punks in Pubs T-shirt. There is limited stock so get your order in now; send an email to punksinpubs@gmail.com with your name and size, and we will make sure your shirt size is saved.

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Episode 26: Neil Hennessy (The Lawrence Arms)

November 24, 2018

The guest this week is The Lawrence Arms' Neil Hennessy. Neil is a man who doesn't do interviews, so thanks go out to him

So what can you expect in Liam and Neils' chat? Well, Neil takes us on a journey of how he discovered punk and its meaning to him. Liam enquires about Neil’s early life in music, in particular, his time working with "Tim" McIlrath before Tim and Neil both went onto bigger things respectively,

Neil explains why 1973 was the defining year for all music while also showing love to Asian Man Records' Mike Park and Red Scare's Toby Jeg.

We, of course, talk The Lawrence Arms as well as the punk supergroup Falcon.

Liam asks Neil what's the difference between Fat Wreck and Epitaph, having been signed to them both and Neil ends the story with, the now annual, Fat Mike story.

This interview took place at the Rebellion Festival, and you can get tickets for next year’s festival at www.rebellionfestivals.com

Playing out the show this week is an eleven-piece band, yes eleven! They're based in London/Kent area, and they're called Just say Nay - you're going to want to stick around for them.

If you are in a band or a solo artist and want to play out the end of the show, then send your mp3’s and a brief of the band to punksinpubs@gmail.com.

Quick update on T-shirts, they will be on sale soon! I think you're going to dig them, I know we do. They will be £15 each not including postage. Keep an eye on the Punks in Pubs socials (@punksinpubs) for them. Also, go to the socials and check out the fucking amazing promo video that Audio Assistant, Steve Burke, created. He is available to hire, and you can hit him up on @stephenburke123.

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Episode 25: Sam McGregor (Signature Brew)

November 10, 2018

Episode 25 sees Liam at the Signature Brew Brewery in east London talking to one of the founders, Sam McGregor (the other being Tom Bott).

So why talk to Signature Brew? Well, not only is Signature Brew run by a team of punk and ska loving people, the company has a ‘punk’ ethos at its core (you will hear more about that in our chat). The brewery has also played its part in supplying and creating beers for some of the biggest and best punk festivals up and down the UK like; SlamDunk, Manchester Punk Festival, Arc Tan Gent and 2000 Trees. But it’s probably best known for creating collaboration beers with artists like Frank Turner, The Skints, The Hold Steady, Slaves,  Millencolin, Mastodon, Heck and Enter Shikari (just to name a few).

Liam and Sam of course talk beer (you will quickly discover that Liam knows to fuck all about beer and that Sam knows a lot!). They discuss warm breakfast beers at festivals, the craft beer company that divides opinions - BrewDog and Sam explain how the US beer, Sierra Nevada, was a beer game changer.

It's not all about the beer; Sam’s other love is punk and ska music. Sam happens to have played trumpet in a few ska bands in his past and makes a link between the two industries (music and beer).   

Lastly, Liam and Sam talk about the punk bands that Signature Brew have already worked with, how much input these bands have in the creation of their beer (gravy beer anyone?) and Sam discusses artists he would like to work with in 2019.

Looking forward to 2019, Signature Brew is looking to move to a new state-of-the-art brewhouse so they can treble capacity as well as open two new taprooms to showcase their beers and put on live gigs. To do this they need money and have therefore set up a crowd cube page where you, the listener, can invest as little as £10 or up to £25,000,000 into Signature Brew’s long-term venture. If this is something you would like to know more about then clink the link or go to www.signaturebrew.co.uk for more information on how you can invest in the future of Signature Brew.

This week’s band hail from San Diego, California. They’re called ‘Watashi Wa Dance Party’ and their track 'Really Over' from their new E.P. Skate Pop Suicide plays out the show.

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Episode 24: Wednesday 13

October 31, 2018

HAPPY HALLOWEEN, it's a Halloween Special of Punks In Pubs.

My guest for Episode 24 is the prince of punk horror Wednesday 13.

With only 30 minutes given we rip through a wide variety of subjects matters such as being the weirdo at school, growing up with "god fearing" parents during what was dubbed at the time as 'The Satanic Panic', we also talk about shity Halloween costumes.

Wednesday explains how a man named Jeff Clayton (Jeff was a member of Antiscene as well as GG Allin’s The Murder Junkies) pointed him in the direction of live punk.

We also discuss the jump Wednesday took from playing dive bars with his band at the time Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13 to huge venues with Murderdolls alongside ex-Slipknot drummer, Joey Jordison. Wednesday also discusses how it was the label Roadrunner that ended the Murderdolls not himself or Joey.

Finally, Wednesday talks about going solo and how the clothing outlet HotTopic gave him the platform to go DIY.

We keep the Halloween theme going with a great experimental punk act from L.A. called Death Cat and their track Purple Ligh Cruize plays out the show.

If you thought this episode was a treat, not a trick, then please go rate and review on iTunes, Spotify or whatever podcast streaming service you use.

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Until next time...

 

 

 

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Episode 23: Poli van Dam & Jen Razavi (The Bombpops)

October 20, 2018

 

In this episode, Liam is talking to Poli van Dam and Jen Razavi of the Bombpops.

This interview took at the New Cross Inn during the hight of the British Summer, With warm Strongbow Cider in hand you will hear talk of the 'hustle' and the reality of balancing real life with the aspirations of the band,

Poli opens up about her Diabetes, and Jen talks about her time in Italy with the Italian punk band Rumatera.

You will also hear the girls talk about receiving constructive criticism from Fat Mike, What it's like to be a woman that happens to be in a band, and we also discuss the impact that Tony Sly death has had on people talking more openly about mental health within the punk community.

We end the podcast with a great story from Jen about the time she witnesses the rise and fall of Matt Skiba's comedy career, Throw in stories of booze, smoking weed with mum and dad and a sprinkle of farts, and I think that that's a good summary of this episode!

As always your band plays out the show and this weeks band hail from Brighton, England. They're called 'Cockwomble', and their new E.P is out now.

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Episode 22: Ren Aldridge and Liepa Kuraitė (Petrol Girls)

October 6, 2018

This weeks recording took place at Rebellion Festival in the backstage bar where Liam had drinks and a good old natter with Ren and Liepa of Petrol Girls.

So what can you expect from this boozy episode, Well you will hear stories of mountaineering! And near death experiences, Liepa talks about finding her home in Punk Rock through the band. Ren explains that she started the group because she needed to shout and both speak out about the need for more woman to take to the stage and give advice on how you, the lister can do just that. (First Timers and Girls Rock Camp)

They also talk about how men can actively support feminism by just changing there porn watching habits and they, of course, talk Petrol Girls and how signing to a label like Hassle Records give them space to think bigger.

As always your band plays out the podcast and this week must listen to band, are called Headsparks and hail from Reading and Woking.

Please go rate and review on whatever podcast streaming service you use. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @punksinpubs. Lastly, the power of word of mouth helps this podcast grow so tell your friends and family to listen if punk is there thing.

Quick shout out to Rebellion Festival for giving us access to where ever our grubby noise wanted to go to. You can get early bird price tickets for next years fest via this link and don't forget you can now listen to all the music played in this episode via this link, Until next time, Enjoy.

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Episode 21: Jason Aalon Butler (The Fever 333)

September 22, 2018

Episode 21 is Liam talking to a charming man named Jason Aalon Butler formerly of Letlive and now kicking it with The Fever 333.

So what can you expect, You will hear childhood stories of Jason growing up in Inglewood California, living in poverty and gang culture but from this experience came his passion for politics.

Liam asks Jason about what to expect from his new band Fever 333 and what he hopes to achieve. Naturally, we find out what the 333 stand for!

Of course, we talk punk and influences. Liam asks why Jason chose punk over his other music love of hip-hop.

Jason opens up about life on Epitaph as well as the rise and fall of Letlive. A must listen for all you Letlive fans.

Jason bravely opens up to Liam as he talks publicly for the first time about his mental health and having a break down in Arizona.

As always we hand over the end of the podcast to you and your band. This week band hail from Mexico City, Mexico and there call 3 Minute Riot.

Please go rate and review on whatever podcast streaming service you use. Follow the podcast on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @punksinpubs. Lastly, the power of word of mouth helps this podcast grow so tell your friends and family to listen if punk is there thing.

You can listen to the soundtrack of this episode via this link, Until next time, Enjoy.

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Episode 20: Robin Leitch (Random Hand)

September 9, 2018

Welcome to episode 20.

Episode 20 see's Liam up in Leeds talking to Random Hands Robin Leitch.

The band took a hiatus in 2015, but the band are now playing selective festival shows, So Liam jumped on a train and headed up north to Leeds for a quick beer and a chat out Robin to talk Random Hand, past present and future.

You can also expect Liam to say Random Hands name wrong. Robin talks about his childhood and how ska punk saved him from being just an angry kid and loving  Limp Bizkit!

Liam and Robin both use the podcast as a form of therapy; Robin talks about his passion for politics while trying not to preach about his beliefs on stage.

You will also hear stories about being star struck, music influences and Baba Luck all before Liam had to rush back to the station to get the train back to London.

As always I turn over the end of the podcast to new, unsigned or indie label bands and this week's sound is coming at ya from the Punks in Pubs Family! This weeks band is audio assistant, Stephen Burke one man band Headspacer

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Episode 19: Garrett Dale (Red City Radio)

August 26, 2018

Welcome to episode 19,

This week sees Liam sit down with a beer in hand and chats with Garrett Dale singer of Oklahoma's excellent Red City Radio.

This chat took place in a side room at The New Cross Inn, so you will hear bands playing while we are chatting. Also, there is a dreaded aircon unit going full whack. WE WORK WITH WHAT WE GOT!.

So what do we talk about? We discussed what to do if you meet Leonardo De Caprio and wrestling theme songs (Garrett does an excellent rendition of Dusty Rhodes' entrance music). We also talk about the positivity of the mind and loving oneself, and of course, we talk about punk rock.

As always I turn over the end of the podcast to new, unsigned or indie label bands and this week's sound is coming at ya from Newcastle Upon Tyne and they're called One Million Motors.

As always follow the podcast on all the socials Twitter, FB and Instagram @Punksinpubs. While you are at it, Go rate and review the podcast. It helps other punks find the pod, and we grow.

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Holy Roar VS Big Scary Monsters (ARCTANGENT Special)

August 15, 2018

 

Don't say we never give you anything!

This Punks In Pub's bonus episode see's Liam sit down with a friend of the pod Alex Fitzpatrick(Holy Roar) and Kevin Douch (Big Scary Monsters) ahead of their VS stage on Thursday 16th August at this year's Arctangent Festival. You can still grab tickets from this link: www.arctangent.co.uk/tickets/

Check out the playlist containing songs from all bands playing on the VS stage: www.arctangent.co.uk/arctangent-thu…-bsm-holyroar/

If you like what you heard don't forget to rate, review, subscribe and tell yea mates.

 

 

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Episode 18: Henry Raby (The Punk Poet)

August 12, 2018

Episode 18 of Punks In Pubs Podcast see's Liam sit down with a beer in hand and talk to Henry Raby, The Punk Poet.

Time to get the head out the gutter and bring a little class into yea life! Liam and Henry will talk about Politics, Poetry and Punk… Not really in that order. Henry talks about the parallels between his poetry and punk, and they discuss other poets who are associated with music (Scroobius Pip, John Cooper Clark and Kate Tempest), and at the end, Henry drops a little poetry ditty at yea. You can get a copy of Henry's book 'Punk Poet' via this link 

At the end of this week podcast, Liam talks a little about depression. if you affected by this subject matter, you can find help via The Samaritans

As always, we hand over the end of the podcast to you. This week band are Black Anemone. A band hailing from a town in Sweden called Jönköping.

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Episode 17: Blag (The Dwarves)

July 29, 2018

Episode 17 see's Liam sit down in a pub in Camden talking to the Punk rock legend,  Blag 'The Ripper' lead singer and rig master of The Dwarves.

Heads up,  If you are easily offended then probably give this one a skip! And yes I know at the start of the podcast I say Episode 16... I blame the heat!

In this episode, you will chat about growing up around Chicago and how Hitchin hicking in the area got Blag into Punk. We talk early shows and the danger that came with the band including tails of guns being pulled and people getting stabbed. In this pod, you will also hear stories of GG Allin, Sub Pop Records and He Who Can Not Be Named. Liam brings up the subject matter of sexism and Blag lets rip at Fat Wreck Chords plus much more.

At the end of the show, I talk a little about the up and coming Rebellion Festival that Punks in Pubs will be at. Tickets are still available, and as always we hand over the end of the podcast to you.

This week band are Celebrity Hangover from Port Stewart; Northern Ireland plays out the show.

If you are in a band or a solo act and want to play out the podcast, then send me an mp3 to punksinpubs@gmail.com

As always follow the podcast on all the socials Twitter, FB and Instagram @Punksinpubs. While you are at it, Go rate and review the podcast on all streaming services now including Spotify, It helps other punks find the pod, and we grow.

Enjoy Episode 17.

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Episode 16: James Scarlett (2000 Trees and ArcTanGent Festival)

July 15, 2018

Episode 16 is Liam in the middle of a filed talking to James Scarlett. One of the masterminds behind ArcTanGent and Two Thousand Trees Festival.

James is the guy who books all the acts for the two festivals that have catered to the punk scene over the years. James has done more than most to make sure his lineups are full of British punk acts. ArcTanGent and Two Thousand Trees Festival have grown at a rapid level but still sticks to its DIY and moral ethics.

Liam and James talk musical taste while also get a better understanding of how the two festival even came to be. They also discuss a topic that has hit the headlines the past couple of weeks, The lack of woman headling festivals. Liam gets eaten by horse flies, and James talks about the time he nearly booked Ed Sheeran before he became a megastar. They also speak of the demise of other festivals and what makes an excellent festival atmosphere plus much more.

As always we hand over the end of the podcast to yo [...]

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Episode 15: Chris Cresswell (The Flatliners)

July 1, 2018

WE ARE BACK BABY WOOO!

This weeks guest is Chris Cresswell lead singer of The Flatliners.

In this interview, you will hear me and Chris gush over his fellow countrymen Damian Abraham of the band Fucked Up as well as the excellent podcast Turned Out a Punk. We talk podcast, in particular, Chris own podcast Carry The Banner.

Chris tells the cuties story about his first encounters with his bandmate Scott and a not too cute tale about Fat Mike of NOFX.

Ever wonder who Chris would like to hang out with if Slipknot, Korn, Papa Roch and Limp Bizkit walked into a bar… Well, wonder no more!

We swap skateboarding injury storeys as well as talk about the influence of that Tony Hawk game on the punk scene plus lots more.

As always the last portion of the podcast I turn over to you and your band. If you are in a group and want to get some airplay on the podcast, then send me an mp3 to punksinpubs@gmail.com This week band are Ramonas ft Charlie Harper [...]

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Episode14: Chris Jay (Army Of Freshmen)

May 27, 2018

Its that time, Welcome to episode 14! Is Liam in a Brixton ally having a beer with Army Of Freshmen’s Chris Jay.

Liam and Chris discuss Boxing, Jealousy, Success, Failure and Chris tells an emotional story of Rowdy Roddy Piper working on Chris movie The Bet. It would turn out to be Roddys last film.

Scotlands Media Whores play out the show, and Liam reveals an important announcement at the end of the show.

As always follow the podcast on all the socials Twitter, FB and Instagram @Punksin pubs. While you are at it, Go rate and review the podcast. It helps other punks find the pod, and we grow.

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Episode 13: Mike Scott (Lay It On The Line & Phinius Gage)

May 13, 2018

Welcome to episode 13, unlucky for some but not for you because I present to you the multi-talented and all-round good guy Mike Scott on the podcast.

Mike is a news editor for the punk website Dying Scene. He is also the Guitars and vocals for Lay It On The Line as well as Phinius Gage. He’s also a former member of Brighton punks River Jumpers and the reformed Oi punk band Anti Establishment.

In this natter, you will hear Liam and Mike debate Black flags line up.

Liam and Mike reminisce about the BBC Radio 1 Punk Rock show, and Liam asks Mike why is he obsessed with death?

We of course talk about Lay It On The Line and Phinius Gage moving forward and Mike reveals why he had to leave River Jumpers and how he was fired from Anti Establishment. Plus much much more.

Brighten finest ‘40 Shillings on the Drum’ play out the show.

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