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Tagged with “punk” (4)

  1. audioBoom / Episode 59 - Neko Case (Maow, New Pornographers)

    It is a Turned Out A Punk Holiday spectacular! This week we are joined by the amazing Neko Case! Having been a fan for a long time, Damian is beside himself excited to talk to the former Maow drum hitter turned music icon; about growing up a Seattle punk. Also, there is a holiday Robot Of All Robots at the end of the program!!!!

    Also Discussed:

    -Never been to Newfoundland.

    -Rudy loves the Ramones.

    -The non-cultural mecca of Vancouver Washington.

    -Loving the Go-Go’s.

    -Going to a punk fashion show with punk food.

    -“You need an old church run by sketchy adults”.

    -Seeing DOA and Fastbacks AND NoMeansNo and Accused all in one night!

    -The AWESOMENESS of the Fastbacks.

    -Nils Bernstein.

    -Being ashamed of not recognizing the amazingness of women like Poison Ivy in Rock.


    -Tacoma: The outlet mall of bad drugs.

    -The logic of smoking.

    -An open approach to parenting.

    -It’s not just music for dudes.

    -The Melvins.

    -Girl Trouble.


    -There were some fucking creeps.

    -People turning their backs on Tacoma.


    -The Seaweed and The Smugglers connection.

    -Mecca Normal: The Bridge Band

    -The U-Men

    -The Shared DNA of Seattle bands

    -Playing for a dirty Turkey: The Propanes and The Del-Logs

    -The poster trove!!!!

    -Moving to Vancouver Canada

    -Growing up on the CBC in America

    -Maow: having to fight for everything.

    -Misogyny in rock

    -Neko and Daman’s future hang out in Montreal plans

    -Some Nirvana talk

    -The Sad Era

    -AND MORE!!!!!!


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  2. audioBoom / Episode 57 - Scott Thompson (Kids InThe Hall / Mouth Congress)

    Boy, oh, boy! Are you in for an episode of Turned Out A Punk today! This week Damian is joined by Mouth Congress vocalist and Kids In The Hall, comedy legend, Scott Thompson! Sit back as Scott talks about everything form the Viletones, to homophobia in entertainment, to coming full circle with Johnny Rotten. This is one for the ages!

    Also covered:

    -Damian’s opening monolog to Scott about the importance of Kid’s In The Hall.

    -Hearing the Ramones in the Philippines for the first time.

    -Music: Only on Sundays.

    -Books are the number.

    -Punk tapping into the rage.

    -Fear of admitting you wanted to be an actor.

    -Meeting Paul Bellini at York.

    -Gay men getting to live their teenage years in their 20’s.

    -The Plastic Gumby Bums: Scott’s Gumby informed punk bands.

    -Seeing a Teenage Head riot at York while wearing a garbage bags.

    -The Dishes and Diodes.

    -Just two brothers bonding of fighting at the Turning Point.

    -The Viletones.

    -Listening to punk and feeling included for the first time.

    -Going to see Anne Sprinkle performance.

    -Getting wasted with Lydia Lunch.

    -The influence of Cinema of Transgression and Answer Me! on Kids In The Hall.

    -Gluing cigarettes to your ears.

    -Throbbing Gristle is too scary.

    -Was that Skinny Puppy video real or a nightmare?

    -Starting a band to avoid sex.

    -“I do it cause I have to, cause I’m an artist.”

    -Liking to leave the stage bleeding.

    -Loving the Stooges.

    -Revenge against Straight Rock dudes.

    -How Mouth Congress came together.

    -Smoke Pot and Improvise.

    -Opening for the Kids In The Hall.

    -Choosing KITH over Mouth Congress.

    -Love at first sight with the KITH.

    -Going to school with Bruce La Bruce.


    -The masculinity of punk.

    -Getting banned from the Elmo

    -The homophobia of Toronto and punk.

    -Kids In The Hall: “The Gay Group”

    -Don Pyle and The Shadowy Men.


    -TONS of Braincandy talk.

    -One of the BEST John Lydon stories.EVER

    AND MORE!!!!!!


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  3. audioBoom / Episode 86 - Jon Wurster (The Best Show, Bob Mould Band, Superchunk)

    With his drumming, comedy, and IMMENSE punk knowledge; this week’s guest is the definition of a Turned Out A Punk triple threat. This week Damian sits down with the great Jon Wurster to talk about his incredible journey through punk and music.

    Also covered (but not at all limited to)

    -The naturalness of the phone line

    -The Sex Pistols on the nightly news: exciting and scary

    -Growing up in the mennonite farmlands outside Philadelphia

    -Hearing the Ramones for the first time

    -Rock World

    -Hearing Train In Vain on the radio

    -Trying to buy London Calling but it had a “Parental Warning” sticker

    -The awesomeness of Soul Asylum

    -The Carpenters live

    -The Osmonds go rock

    -Randy Johnston: The world’s most famous white Jimi Hendrix impersonator.

    -Seeing the Ramones live

    -The A’s and The Reds: Philly LOVES sports in music

    -Robert Hazard and Girls Just Want To Have Fun

    -Hooters: Live Aid’s darkest story

    -Going to see the Dead Kennedys

    -Autistic Behaviour

    -Toxic Reasons

    -Love Hall

    -DREAM BILL: Superchunk playing with RKL and The Zero Boys

    -Seeing the Circle Jerks live

    -Leaving before Minor Threat played and regretting forever


    -Long March Jazz Academy

    -The Obsessed

    -Iron Cross: amazing live

    -Learning to play the drums at ten

    -Meeting Gram Parker years later

    -Meeting the Dead Milkmen and their importance

    -Forming Psychotic Norman

    -Joining The Right Profile

    -A Freakonomics author’s rock past

    -Hootie And Blowfish

    -The amazingness of Tommy Keene

    -Seeing Mac pre-Superchunk in NJ

    -The WORST tour across America

    -Good news, bad news. The good news: you get to see Dread Zeppelin

    -Washing Mac’s windows


    -The greatest breakdown of the Ramones’ drummers ever

    -Lou Barlow and Evan Dando sing Glue

    -Matt Watt like the effort

    -and TONS more!!!!!


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