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Episode 235: Bayside

Anthony Raneri and Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside returned to Going Off Track to discuss their latest full-length “Vacancy,” the call-out... Read on.
Anthony Raneri and Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside returned to Going Off Track to discuss their latest full-length “Vacancy,” the call-out culture of the Internet and why there’s so much more to life than relationships despite the fact that we fixate on them so much. We also discuss the dark period Raneri went through in Nashville...  Read on.
Anthony Raneri and Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside returned to Going Off Track to discuss their latest full-length "Vacancy," the call-out culture of the Internet and why there's so much more to life than relationships despite the fact that we fixate on them so much. We also discuss the dark period Raneri went through in Nashville while writing this record, why Ghanbarian still gets inspired to see new music and how getting older changes your perspective on the complexities of human interactions. "As a writer you have to force yourself to open up the box, you can't just put the box in the closet," Raneri explains. "You work through things in a more real way and it does come with maturity and not having an ego." We also discuss the logistics of being in a band that's based in different cities and Benny enlightens us on why he has the phrase "H20" etched into his water bottle in a serial killer-esque font. There's a good reason, we swear. BAYSIDE
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Episode 234: Laura Jane Grace (LIVE)

To celebrate the release of Laura Jane Grace’s new book “Tranny,” we hosted a live podcast with Laura and Dan... Read on.
To celebrate the release of Laura Jane Grace’s new book “Tranny,” we hosted a live podcast with Laura and Dan Ozzi on Tuesday, Nov. 15th. For an hour we discuss the book, Laura’s life and the collaborative process behind the book. If you weren’t able to make the live show at Brooklyn Bazaar, this is...  Read on.
To celebrate the release of Laura Jane Grace's new book "Tranny," we hosted a live podcast with Laura and Dan Ozzi on Tuesday, Nov. 15th. For an hour we discuss the book, Laura's life and the collaborative process behind the book. If you weren't able to make the live show at Brooklyn Bazaar, this is the next best thing!
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Episode 233: Greta Morgan

Greta Morgan from Springtime Carnivore and The Hush Sound came by Going Off Track with guest host Jenny Eliscu (Sirius... Read on.
Greta Morgan from Springtime Carnivore and The Hush Sound came by Going Off Track with guest host Jenny Eliscu (Sirius XM) to discuss living in California, bulletproof coffee and how she was accidentally thrown into the emo world via her previous band. She also discusses her recent album of punk covers alongside Katy Goodman “Take...  Read on.
Greta Morgan from Springtime Carnivore and The Hush Sound came by Going Off Track with guest host Jenny Eliscu (Sirius XM) to discuss living in California, bulletproof coffee and how she was accidentally thrown into the emo world via her previous band. She also discusses her recent album of punk covers alongside Katy Goodman "Take It, I'm Yours," how it feels to get mistaken for Hugh Hefner's ex-wife Kendra and how she stays healthy on the road. "When I was 19 we were in a van trying to keep up with buses so we would have ten hour drives every night but now it's a new era and there's a Whole Foods in every city and co-ops are like Meccas," she explains. "We eat pretty well on tour." We also talk about "earth candy" aka fruit, what it was like touring with bands like Fall Out Boy during their heyday and, finally, we learn from Jenny what it was like to moderate a recent interview with Marilyn Manson and Billy Corgan. Springtime Carnivore Jenny Eliscu PHOTO: Lenae Day
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Episode 232: Jeremy Bolm

Touché Amoré frontman Jeremy Bolm came by Going Off Track to talk about how the band’s early days of touring... Read on.
Touché Amoré frontman Jeremy Bolm came by Going Off Track to talk about how the band’s early days of touring with Thursday, why he will only talk to someone he admires for eight seconds and what we all think of comedy roasts and Ann Coulter. We also get in depth about the band’s latest album...  Read on.
Touché Amoré frontman Jeremy Bolm came by Going Off Track to talk about how the band's early days of touring with Thursday, why he will only talk to someone he admires for eight seconds and what we all think of comedy roasts and Ann Coulter. We also get in depth about the band's latest album "Stage Four," which was written about Bolm's mother's battle and eventual passing from cancer and how it affected him. "I think that most people have lost somebody at some point so they can find empathy for the content on this album," he explains when asked about the universal nature of such a wholly personal event. "Honestly after this album in a couple of years there could be material to write reflecting on this whole experience," he adds when asked where you go from here as a writer... and one gets the sense that whatever is happening in Bolm's life, he'll find a way of translating it into something captivating. We also discuss the ongoing argument of whether you need to be upset to make viable art, the nature of karma and how being raised Lutheran affected Bolm's worldview.
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