The Bobs discuss their very first quarterly review, which just so happens to land appropriately on lucky episode number thirteen. After a well-deserved tongue lashing by Dying Scene Chief Editor, Johnny X, the pair devise some ways of making the show more entertaining and professional, and boost job confidence. Bob, the consummate sycophant, adapts quickly to the recent revamp of the Dying Scene website, and proclaims his admiration for all the changes.
THIS WEEK’S HEADLINES
Some of the topics reported herein, include, but are not limited to the following: Millencolin streaming “True Brew” in its entirety; Millencolin release third and final “making of” video – “The True Brew Story Part 3: The Artwork”; Tim Armstrong to narrate “Under The Influence” series exploring origins of NY Hardcore, 2Tone Ska and Krautrock scenes; No Idea Records announce a bunch of new releases (Hot Water Music/Small Brown Bike reissues, new Ship Thieves and more); Weezer stream previously unreleased song “Everybody Needs Salvation” and Bob admits to allowing his twelve year old daughter to ghost program the music playlists most weeks; Social Distortion announce North American tour, performing self-titled album in full; Danzig announce tour with Pennywise and Cancer Bats; Flogging Molly announce 2016 “Salty Dog Cruise” ft. Rancid, Frank Turner, Fishbone, and more; Agnostic Front release music video for “A Wise Man”.
THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Millencolin - Egocentric Man
The Sound Collapse - Bad Night For Bingo
Clipwing - Watch Me For The Changes
The Briggs - Seriously, How Old Are You
Red City Radio - Rest Easy
The Regressives - Interview Pt 1
The Regressives - Lt. Pigott (We Salute You)
The Nailheads - Guinea Pig
Agnostic Front - A Wise Man
Tom DeLonge - Circle-Jerk Pit
Avenues - Creeper
Legendary Divorce - Easy
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