Photojournalist Tali Winshman covers Useless I.D. live in Israel.
Get Dead is back with a new record this week on Fat Wreck Chords.
Photojournalist Tali Winshman covers Strung Out in Pomona, California.
Wells On Music sent photojournalist Becca Jean to San Antonio, Texas to catch the second stop of the tour.
Direct Hit!'s Nick Woods speaks about the band's new record on Fat Wreck Chords.
Billy Jeans talks about the bands origins, as well as their new record on Fat Wreck Chords.
John McCree talks about his new project Capital Vices Ltd.
Smelly talks about the NOFX book, as well as the new album.
Trever Keith talks about the break up, the new album, and special vinyl plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary in 2016.
Night Birds singer, Brian Gorsegner, talks about the early days of his getting into music, the Night Birds forming, and their new record on Fat.
Scott "STZA" Sturgeon discusses the new Leftöver Crack album, Constructs of State.
Joey Cape speaks with Kevin Wells regarding his new album Stitch Puppy, touring, Fat 25, and more.
LOS ANGELES, November 11, 2014 — Lagwagon is a punk band from the Santa Barbara area in southern California. They were the first band signed to Fat Wreck Chords. Recently, the band recorded their first full length album in eight years, called Hang on Fat Wreck. Lagwagon is currently on tour in support of Hang. ...
Kevin Wells interviews Russ Rankin from Good Riddance and Only Crime regarding the new record Good Riddance is currently recording for Fat Wreck Chords. Kevin also interviews Tim Barry regarding Avail, playing acoustic, kids, and touring.
Photos from the September 6, 2014 Good Riddance show at Alex's Bar.
Kevin and James talk about sports and play music from Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Lagwagon, Alestorm, Masked Intruder, Jughead's Revenge, Anti-Flag, and DragonForce.
Today's episode is a special tribute to the music of Tony Sly of No Use For A Name.
Blag Dahlia speaks about the new Dwarves album and also gives an update on the whereabouts of HeWhoCannotBeNamed.
Dan Barkley speaks about the Tony Sly tribute show airing this week on Punk Rock Radio.
"I had the typical skater mentality. I didn’t like team sports or having somebody telling me to go home and do f**king homework on the weekend, nah."