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Episode 118: Steak Mtn.

Graphic artis Steak Mtn. talks about how he transitioned from performing in grindcore acts like Combatwoundedveteran to transitioning into an... Read on.
Graphic artis Steak Mtn. talks about how he transitioned from performing in grindcore acts like Combatwoundedveteran to transitioning into an artist who has done album and merch designs for bands like Against Me!, Fake Problems and, yes, United Nations. Along the way we also discuss about how Stk. Mtn is influenced by everything from Jerry...  Read on.
Graphic artis Steak Mtn. talks about how he transitioned from performing in grindcore acts like Combatwoundedveteran to transitioning into an artist who has done album and merch designs for bands like Against Me!, Fake Problems and, yes, United Nations. Along the way we also discuss about how Stk. Mtn is influenced by everything from Jerry Lewis to Cannibal Corpse, explore the dark side of Disney and hear him talk shit about basically everyone else. In other words he has captures our hearts on this podcast in more ways than one. Steak Mtn. Check out the video for Against Me's "Drinking With The Jocks" (directed by Steak Mtn.)
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Episode 117: Max Bemis

Max Bemis of Say Anything came by Going Off Track to discuss his new album “Hebrews,” his  rediscovery of organized... Read on.
Max Bemis of Say Anything came by Going Off Track to discuss his new album “Hebrews,” his  rediscovery of organized religion, Jewish neurosis and how his spiritual upbringing has shaped who he is today. He also talked about the way his manic depression still shadows him and how he’s found a way to acknowledge he...  Read on.
Max Bemis of Say Anything came by Going Off Track to discuss his new album "Hebrews," his  rediscovery of organized religion, Jewish neurosis and how his spiritual upbringing has shaped who he is today. He also talked about the way his manic depression still shadows him and how he's found a way to acknowledge he past while pushing toward the future. This includes finding new ways to create viable art such as the Max Bemis Song Shop, which has seen him write and record thousands of customized songs over the past few years. A decade after the release of his breakthrough album "...Is A Real Boy" Bemis is still asking himself the hard questions, he's just found a way to dwell in them in a way that's not only comforting but is also remarkably constructive. Say Anything online Max Bemis Song Shop Stream "Hebrews" in its entirety
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Episode 116: Dan “Soupy” Campbell

The Wonder Years’ frontman Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years explains how his hatred for bullies has him fighting... Read on.
The Wonder Years’ frontman Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years explains how his hatred for bullies has him fighting with security guards and makes him the director of Stage Diving at his concerts. He also lets us in on the genesis of his new solo project, Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, whose debut...  Read on.
The Wonder Years' frontman Dan "Soupy" Campbell of The Wonder Years explains how his hatred for bullies has him fighting with security guards and makes him the director of Stage Diving at his concerts. He also lets us in on the genesis of his new solo project, Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, whose debut album came out this week.  Don't worry, in non-music related news, we also get glimpse of his work history, which ranges working at Chucky Cheese to teaching students who probably wouldn't take Mr. Campbell nearly as seriously if they knew his nickname. Think of this episode as a sweet yet hearty broth for your ears and soul. The Wonder Years Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties Watch The Video For "Divorce And The American South"
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Episode 115: B. Dolan

Rapper and activist (a.k.a. “raptivist”) B. Dolan came by Going Off Track HQ to talk about his experiences being a... Read on.
Rapper and activist (a.k.a. “raptivist”) B. Dolan came by Going Off Track HQ to talk about his experiences being a doorman for one-percenters in NYC during 911, why it’s so important to film the police and what it’s like sharing the bill with everyone from screamo acts like Circle Takes The Square to his labelmate Sage Francis....  Read on.
Rapper and activist (a.k.a. "raptivist") B. Dolan came by Going Off Track HQ to talk about his experiences being a doorman for one-percenters in NYC during 911, why it's so important to film the police and what it's like sharing the bill with everyone from screamo acts like Circle Takes The Square to his labelmate Sage Francis. Whether B. Dolan is rhyming solo or accompanied by a live band, there is a captivating meaning behind his message and he certainly isn't scared to speak his mind. If the political tides shift, we've got a feeling B. Dolan is going to be in the crest of that wave. Photo by Matthew Wordell B. Dolan online Strange Famous Records Watch the video for "Film The Police"
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