In-depth discussions with the bands and artists that make the music
Kevin Martin walks us through the past, present and future of Candlebox, his career in music, Pledgemusic, Madonna, Seattle and much more
Andy Hindman stops by to shares stories about life on the road with the Goo Goo Dolls, Watershed, Howlin' Maggie and more
Scott Lucas of Local H joins us talk new music, his first guitar, reissues, touring, writing, recording and much more
Morgan Taylor of Mink shares stories of the '80 and 90s Datyon, Ohio music scene up to creating children's character Gustafer Yellowgold
J Robbins of Government Issue, Jawbox, Burning Airlines, and many other bands talks about his career as a musician, producer, and much more
Author and Bitch Magnet guitarist Jon Fine stops by to talk rock memoirs, what is "indie rock," gear, touring and plenty more
Legendary drummer Dale Crover of the Melvins, Fantomas and more join us for a wide-ranging and in-depth interview
Kellii Scott of Failure returns to the show to go track-by-track through The Heart Is A Monster, their first new album in nineteen years
Veteran rock bassist Chris Wyse of The Cult, Ozzy Osbourne, Ace Frehley and more talks his career, his various gigs and more
Mark Hennessy of Paw stops by to discuss their sophomore album Death to Traitors, the history of the band, why they separated and much more
Naoko Yamano joins us to talk about her thirty-plus years fronting of the legendary Japanese punk rock band Shonen Knife Shonen Knife
Stephen Brodsky of Cave In, Mutoid Man and other bands talks with us about learning guitar, metalcore, dealing with fan backlash and more
Sit down in a comfortable chair or hop in the car for a long drive, because Matthew Sweet is here and we've got a lot of questions
John Davis of Superdrag and The Lees of Memory joins us to discuss his bands, his songwriting, recording and a whole lot more
Kellii Scott of the reunited Failure talks drumming influences, joining Failure, gigging with Blinker the Star and Veruca Salt, and more
Clay Tarver of Bullet LaVolta and Chavez talks with us about his bands and his long journey to screenwriting and Silicon Valley on HBO
Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom joins us for an in-depth discussion about their 1993 album Big Red Letter Day
We chat with one-half of the duo known as Pigeonhed, and producer of bands Unwound, the Screaming Trees, Soundgarden, Nirvana and more
We discuss Dulcinea, talk songwriting, independence in a major label world, the importance of maintaining the mailing list.
We dig into the history and formation of Orbit, various approaches to songwriting, the legendary 90s music scene in Boston.
We learn how their band name cost them ten grand, and the history of Lotion.
The lead singer/guitarist of the Australian three-piece, Screamfeeder, shares his experiences in the 90s alternative music scene.
After spending almost a decade in legendary funk-rock band Royal Crescent Mob, Happy Chichester returned with Howlin Maggie
We discuss the workout habits of Greg Dulli, eyeglass endorsements and contracting SARS in China.
Ken talks about making Frosting on The Beater, how he joined R.E.M. and more.
We go deep into the history of the Chainsaw Kittens, covering the arrivals and departures, working with Butch Vig and Spike Jonze, and more
Revisit Star Vehicle, Watershed's place in the history of Columbus music and the wisdom of the Karate Kid.
Songwriting, recording, balancing two singer/songwriters, Billy Squire, the dirty secret about "live" albums with a rock vet of 3 decades.
Musical roots in Canada, making the move to Los Angeles in the mid-90s, Courtney Love and Mandy Moore are just part of the story.
We revisit the 1996 album Fever In Fever Out by Luscious Jackson with a little help from lead singer/bassist Jill Cunniff
A story of line-up changes, building recording studios, surviving a house fire, and scoring an unexpected local radio hit.
We check out the 1993 album Merge by For Love Not Lisa and Chip Midnight interviews guitarist Miles
We hook up with Edsel's former singer & guitarist Sohrab Habibion, currently wielding his axe in Obits to revisit the album Detroit Folly.
The dark, atmospheric sound recalls bands as diverse as My Bloody Valentine and New Order, but with pop sensibility of David Bowie.
A track by track review of the 1993 self-titled album by Eleven with band's singer and guitarist Alain Johannes