This week on Episode 110 of Bobby Pickles' Podcast (Dying Scene Radio #54), Elena Venetia and pal, Patrick Rogers, join Bobby Pickles and cohort, Piazza, on this FEST 15 EDITION feat. interviews w/ Officer Bradford (Masked Intruder), Shaun Colón (A Fat Wreck), Kevin Higuchi (Antarctigo Vespucci), & Garrett Wadford (Bird Attack Records). Pickles and Piazza also touch base w/ Copstabber Dave of the filthy DC punk act, COPSTABBER, about CS’s new record “Pulled Pork” available now on iTunes and a slew of other places. Plus, Pickles speaks with Gavin McInnes (Co-Founder/Vice) about politics in punk. THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST Crass - Dont Get Caught (1984) Copstabber - I Love Being a Scumbag Splitters - Can of Gasoline F.O.D - Crew You Interview w/ Officer Bradford Fastloud - Waiting for the Explosion Colorsfade - I4NI Sum 41 - God Save Us All (Death to Pop) The Flatliners - Hang My Head Interview w/ Shaun Colón Hi-Standard - Another Starting Line Fat By The Gallon - Shit List Dropkick Murphy’s - Blood Stellar West - Misery The Brass Action - Old Friend (Rancid Cover) Interview w/ Kevin Higuchi The Mercenaries - Night Call North Alone - Capo 4th Fret (exclusive Bonus Track) Fiddlers Green - Down Just Friends - Sad 2 See GUTTERMOUTH - Mail Order Bride Interview w/ Garrett Wadford Whole Wheat Bread - Eye for an Eye Drakulas - Neon Town Dead to Me - I Wanna Die in Los Angeles You can subscribe to Dying Scene Radio via RSS, on iTunes or with the TuneIn or Stitcher apps for iOS and Android. We also enjoy reading listener feedback on the air, so feel free to send us an e-mail. Or call us on the hotline – (347) 754-PUNK. Follow us on Instagram: @DyingSceneRadio Like us on Facebook: /DyingSceneRadio This week’s sponsor is, as always, FAT ENZO.
An aside: "Dying Scene Radio has not been active since the election of Donald Trump. The following episode (although the second last installment) is where everything went south for this show. It was at this point that Bobby Pickles realized he had been living in a thought-bubble, and decided that he did not want to placate to the brainwashed liberals who had systematically overtaken the punk rock scene. Scenes are for followers, anyway. Bobby's a leader. Over and out."