Interviews

Typesetter Interview by Joe Arpke

Typesetter Interview by Joe Arpke

We just want to make sure everyone feels safe at our shows…

Matt: We love Propagandhi. I would say that Propagandhi is the most played band in the van.
Sarah: I have no idea who Propagandhi is.

Sex Tape Records Interview by Alxis Ratkevich

Sex Tape Records Interview by Alxis Ratkevich

It was like a lighting bolt. It just hit me that night, “Oh my god, I’m going to start a record label,” and I did it. I can’t even believe it. -Stacy Ellen Rich, Sex Tape Records

Interview with Taleen Kali by Julia Gibson

Taleen Kali

With the recent release of her debut solo album, Soul Songs, cosmic femme punk Taleen Kali has successfully transitioned from band member to solo artist. We talked to her about exploring new sounds, making music with intention, and claiming feminine power.

Rats In The Louvre Interview by Tom Reardon

Rats In The Louvre - Robert Ibarra

Rats In The Louvre Interview by Tom Reardon Musicians out there will understand this dilemma: It is both awesome and horrible to play a show with a band you wish you were in. Such is my dilemma with Rats In The Louvre, the totally fucking awesome Long Beach, Calif. band everyone should know about. While

Dead Bars interview by Megan G. Razzetti

Dead Bars interview by Megan G. Razzetti

The way that I see it, music is probably the best thing in the world…. I’m trying to write cool songs, put a smile on people’s faces, get a good buzz on, and move on. That’s all.

That Awful Sound interview by Nicole Verto

That Awful Sound interview by Nicole Verto

“The memes that go viral aren’t the ones that give people the information they need. They’re the ones that give people the information that they want.” -Alexander, That Awful Sound podcast

Full Of Hell interview by John Silva

Full Of Hell interview

“Ink in Water” – An Interview with Lacy Davis and Jim Kettner

Lacy Davis and Jim Kettner discuss their new graphic novel “Ink in Water”, about Lacy struggling and eventual overcoming an eating disorder. We also discuss their podcasts, webcomics, and Lacy’s newest endeavor: a gym.

Coastwest Unrest Interview by Michael T. Fournier

Coastwest Unrest Interview by Michael T. Fournier

“A turning point for me was Shane MacGowan’s first solo record with the Popes called The Snake. There was something about it, the fact that that was punk, this guy’s a punk rocker. I took it home and listened to it and there was something so profound of just how simple and quiet the songs were. There was something special about it because it’s an acoustic album.” –Noah, Coastwest Unrest

Acrylics Interview by Rosie Gonce

Acrylics interview by Rosie Gonce

Acrylics passionately and proudly represent and identify with a unique hardcore scene in Santa Rosa, Calif. (and around the world), calling their genre of music “freak punk.”