Kathleen Hanna Podcast Interview by Ever Velasquez and Todd Taylor

This Kathleen Hanna interview, at its essence, is about the courage to restart several times—through darkness and light, through sickness and health—and continue creating truly meaningful work.

Interview Podcast with Chris Dodge, by Juan Espinosa and Todd Taylor

Chances are you’re familiar with the name Chris Dodge if you’re at all into powerviolence, hardcore, punk, or thrash. After all, he only founded Slap A Ham Records, the premier powerviolence and hardcore punk record label of the ’90s.

MariNaomi Interview Podcast by Todd Taylor

Largely working in autobiography and memoir, Mari employs emotionally honest storytelling and clean line work to tackle both the weighty (death, family, spirituality, misogyny, racism), and the everyday (crushes, work, food, clothes, friends) with a through-line of engaging readers as part of the conversation.

John Miner Interview Podcast by Ever Velasquez and Todd Taylor

John Miner has not only been in a few bands, partied (underage allegedly) at the OG Mr. T’s Bowl (rest in peace ) pre-gentrification, created some real rad art, taught half the people we know how to screenprint, has some really sweet taste in all things vintage, but also has some tasty, recently acquired 45s from his recent trip to Michigan.

Johnnie Jungleguts Podcast Interview by Todd Taylor

This interview covers: An unequivocal lube recommendation, the sentence “those aren’t male/female dolphins” changing a young Johnnie’s life, the best-ever comic book villain, and showing deference to the bronies when on Storage Wars as an expert appraiser.

Interview Podcast with Phranc, by Todd Taylor and Alice Bag

Phranc, as a punk, went folk in the early ’80s. Her solo debut, Folksinger was released in 1985, and featured “Take off Your Swastika.” She toured the world both as The Smiths’ and Morrissey’s opening act and recorded five solo full lengths.

Razorcake Podcast #521 with Yvonne Drazan | The Left Side Of Latin – Interview with Nina Diaz

Latin music is not just about salsa and mariachi. There is incredible music created by Latinos in the US as well as all over Latin America and Spain that is “left of center,” that I will introduce you to with each podcast… and I promise to throw in some punk here and there too!

Interview Podcast with Mike Watt, by Todd Taylor and Mike Faloon

Mike Watt was the bassist of the almost immeasurably influential Minutemen, a band he started with his best friend, D. Boon. Watt is widely known as one of the best bassists in punk rock of any era. He is a foundational and continuing pillar in Los Angeles punk rock.

Cynthia Guardado Interview Podcast with Ever Velasquez and Todd Taylor

Cynthia Guardado is a fierce and unapologetically brown Salvadorian American female punk rockera, poeta, activista, y profe straight from Inglewooooood, California.

Interview Podcast with Bad Sports by Todd Taylor and Daryl Gussin

Bad Sports is a fantastic band, worthy of deep and repeated listens. Their latest, Living with Secrets, is one of the best punk records released in the past twelve months.