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Ursula’s Whitney Marshall: “It’s really not that hard to not be an asshole—especially to the animals.”

I’ve loved Whitney’s other band, Homesick Abortions, for ages and that love followed over to her new kick ass Apple Valley hardcore band, Ursula. They’ve recently released their debut, Meet Is Murder, 8-tracks of honest, rawness. […]

Mar, 15

Terrible Truths: “We’re passionate about equality, between genders, different sexualities, all people.”

I adore this band! Dual vocals with unique interplay, bouncy bass grooves, reverb drenched guitar and syncopated drumbeats that make you want to move and smile, make Terrible Truths a band that can give you relief […]

Feb, 04

Mike Park: “7 Seconds paved the way for me to come up with a lot of ideas I have today—positive ideas through music!”

Happy Birthday Mike!!! Today is his birthday and I’m celebrating by pulling an interview I did with him over a decade ago out of my archives to share with you. Mike is also featured in […]

Nov, 11

Artist SpiderxDeath: “I started going to shows instead of robbing service stations.”

I first met James Thomas aka SpiderXDeath many years ago when I went to a local punk show and saw his metal/d-beat band, Deathcage, totally rule it! Still to this day I remember the amazing […]

Nov, 06

Mark Unseen chats the Paranormal, Ouija & Freaky Things.

I’ve known Mark Unseen for over a decade, I first interviewed him for an old zine I used to do and we’ve keep in touch ever since. He’s yelled, and still yells, for punk bands […]

Aug, 13

Death By Stereo’s Efrem Schulz: “The whole idea of punk rock was to believe in yourself…”

It’s no secret that Death By Stereo is one of my all-time favourite punk bands. DBS’s Efrem is one of the nicest, raddest dudes I know. As well as being frontman for DBS, he co-owns […]

Aug, 10

Exene Cervenka: “People let life get to them too much and they get beaten down by it.”

I’ve always been a massive fan of X! X’s Los Angeles record is one of my all-time favourite punk albums. Exene’s vocals entwined with John Doe harmonies; the offbeat reckless, yet pretty, unusual sound and […]

Aug, 09

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