Hunter & Tristan Martinez of “Decent Criminal”

Hunter and Tristan are brothers in the Northern Californian band Decent Criminal. the band has released their 3rd album titled “Bliss” on wiretap records (US) and bearded punk records (EU). They are also on a west coast tour and will be on tour in 2020 in Europe and North America. The album is great, and […]

#250 Tyler Elynuik of “Rave & Drool” Podcast

Tyler Elynuik is a podcaster based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. His Podcast Rave & Drool chronicles the 90’s music scene from a Canadians point of view. Tyler started to develop a documentary under the same title and is still working at the project as a producer. In the podcast we speak of what the 90’s […]

#249 Jeremy Keith of “Russian Girlfriends”

Jeremy Keith plays guitar in Albuquerque New Mexico’s “Russian Girlfriends”. Being one of my favourite bands to come out lately, I am so glad to have Jeremy on to talk about their new release “In the Parlance of Our Times”. 12 awesome songs that came out in June of 2019. You can find this and […]

#248 Joel & Jared of “the Discarded”

The Discarded hail from a small town just north of Toronto, Canada called Orangeville. They are comprised of seventeen year old drummer, Caden Jax, twenty year old, Jared Dean on bass and veteran rocker J.P. on guitar and vocals.  Yeah they’re all related but this isn’t any Partridge family reunion.  They are a tight, hard […]

#247 Four Square “Industry at Home” Part 2

Four Square’s “Industry at Home” came out in Canada, Europe, and Japan in the fall of 2004. It was a follow up to the arguably more successful release “Three Chords… One Capo”. There were allot of things in play surrounding the success or failure of the band. We had toured Europe 2 times, we had […]

#246 Four Square “Industry at Home” Part 1

Four Square’s “Industry at Home” came out in Canada, Europe, and Japan in the fall of 2004. it was a follow up to the arguably more successful release “Three Chords… One Capo”. There were allot of things in play surrounding the success or failure of the band. We had toured Europe 2 times, we had […]

#245 Richard Baxter

Richard Baxter has tasked himself with the duty of resurrecting one of Canada’s most famous recording studios, Le Studio in Morin Heights Quebec. Le Studio was a recording studio about 100kms north of Montreal that has been abandoned for almost 15 years. When completed, the old studio will be a museum and a functioning recording […]

#244 DR Oren Amitay

Returning once again to the show is Dr Oren Amitay. Oren is a registered psychologist and a parenting expert. Another great episode filled with facts based on science and studies made by doctors and not social justice warriors. Dr Amity is presently working on his new book yet to be named. Shop with amazon.ca, amazon.com and amazon.co.uk  Bookmark the […]

Best of Episode with Al Nolan

200 episodes ago! Enjoy This episode was recorded in June of 2015.  As I mention in the episode, Al Nolan is a very important character in my life.  I joined his band in the spring of 1990 with misaligned intentions and was forever changed from then on.  We experienced our first real tour together, nearly […]

#243 Zack Charlos and Ray Castro of “Bracket”

Bracket formed in the early 1990’s and have been putting records out faithfully for over 25 years. With the occasional break here and there, they always put out great material that borders punk and pop. Originally from the bay area of San Fransisco now in the the ‘c’ States (California and Colorado). They don’t tour […]