Posted: April 25, 2017 in Long Gone Loser Podcast
Tags: Against Me, Dwarves, Hey! Hello!, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Kill Dirty Youth, Kit Warhurst, podcast, Podcasting, Radio Birdman, Razar, Record Store Day, records, The Happy Lonesome, The Side Eyes, vinyl
The annual Long Gone Loser Rock Show Record Store Day Round-Up is here! Michele (who didn’t participate but went to see Cock Sparrer) teams up with Damo (who did participate and didn’t see Cock Sparrer) and our good friend Chris in Chicago (who also participated and also didn’t see Cock Sparrer) and we talk Record Store Day shenanigans and what records we bought. It’s pretty darn silly. You can listen in right now by clicking on THIS LINK.
Enjoy tunes by:
The Happy Lonesome
The Side Eyes
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Kill Dirty Youth
NOW GO BUY SOME (MORE) RECORDS!
Posted: April 11, 2017 in Long Gone Loser Interview, Long Gone Loser Podcast
Tags: 924 Gilman Street, Citizen Fish, Cringer, DIY, Gilman St Project, Green Day, Heartless Folk, Interview, Kamala And The Karnivores, Kamala Parks, Love Songs, Naked Aggression, Neurosis, Offspring, Operation Ivy, Pathogens, podcast, Podcasting, punk, rock, Screeching Weasel, Subhumans, The Gr'ups
This week’s guest is none other than Kamala Parks! Fans of the Berkeley punk scene would no doubt be familiar with her work. Not only was she the drummer for bands like Kamala And The Karnivores, Cringer, Naked Aggression, The Gr’ups, etc. but she was also one of the key people in starting The Gilman Street Project; the iconic punk rock DIY venue that gave such bands as Green Day and The Offspring a place to play before they were launched into the mainstream in 1994. This inspiring interview has Kamala opening up about her involvement in the Berkeley punk scene from booking shows in her hometown to touring Europe – all before she was 20 years old. She tells of working with the likes of Green Day and The Offspring as well as the story behind the Screeching Weasel song, Kamala’s Too Nice. This interview is really something special. If this doesn’t make you want to get up and start making things happen, I don’t know what will. We all need a Kamala in our lives to show us that anything is possible. I hope you enjoy the show which you can listen to right now by clicking on THIS LINK. Don’t forget to subscribe by clicking on the link on the left.
Enjoy these bitchin’ tunes:
Cringer – Petrograd
Cringer – Pay To Play
Cringer – Rain
Cringer – Triangle Pt 2
The Love Songs – All Branches, No Trunk
The Pathogens – Johnny Hit & Run Jenny
Screeching Weasel – Kamala’s Too Nice
Citizen Fish – Next Big Thing
Kamala And The Karnivores – 29 Degrees
Heartless Folk – Coffin Nail
Subhumans – Supermarket Forces
Cringer – Signals
NOW GO BUY SOME RECORDS!
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Posted: March 10, 2017 in Long Gone Loser Interview, Long Gone Loser Podcast
Tags: 1916, CJ Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone, Ed Stasium, End Of The Century, Engineer, Hang Time, Interview, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Leave Home, Marky Ramone, Mondo Bizarro, Motorhead, Phil Spector, podcast, Podcasting, Producer, punk, Ramones, Richie Ramone, Road To Ruin, rock, Rocket To Russia, Soul Asylum, Stiv Bators, Tommy Ramone, Too Tough To Die
Wow! Never in my life did I ever think I would be chatting with one of the greatest music engineers and producers of all time but alas, the stars aligned and it happened. My guest this week is none other than Ed Stasium, the legendary producer and engineer of many Ramones albums and cuts. This revealing interview tells all about how he fell into the career of an audio engineer and producer, working extensively with the Ramones, who played what, and he clears up some rumours and urban legends surrounding the recording of the Phil Spector produced End Of The Century album. We also talk about the final Joey Ramone solo album, …Ya Know?, and how that was put together, and so much more. Any fan of the Ramones is going to love this and you can hear it right now by clicking on THIS LINK.
All songs by the Ramones and a couple bonus cuts included from Stiv Bators and Soul Aslyum.