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Episode 131: Lights

With guest host Norman Brannon, (Texas Is The Reason), electro-pop sensation Lights discusses changing your name, her metal band Shovelface... Read on.
With guest host Norman Brannon, (Texas Is The Reason), electro-pop sensation Lights discusses changing your name, her metal band Shovelface and reading your own fan —in fact we try the latter on the podcast and it’s as awkward as you assume it might be. We also find out that her parents were missionaries and learn...  Read on.
With guest host Norman Brannon, (Texas Is The Reason), electro-pop sensation Lights discusses changing your name, her metal band Shovelface and reading your own fan —in fact we try the latter on the podcast and it's as awkward as you assume it might be. We also find out that her parents were missionaries and learn why Lights is looking forward to going out on tour with her husband and baby soon as one happy family.
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Episode 130: Nikki Glaser

Comedian Nikki Glaser stopped by Going Off Track to discusses sober sex, the addictive nature of social media and the... Read on.
Comedian Nikki Glaser stopped by Going Off Track to discusses sober sex, the addictive nature of social media and the highs and lows of life on the road. Alongside guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) we also discuss Glaser’s MTV show “Nikki & Sara Live” and its subsequent cancellation, why she doesn’t want complete...  Read on.
Comedian Nikki Glaser stopped by Going Off Track to discusses sober sex, the addictive nature of social media and the highs and lows of life on the road. Alongside guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) we also discuss Glaser's MTV show "Nikki & Sara Live" and its subsequent cancellation, why she doesn't want complete strangers hanging out in her dressing room and her strategy for dealing with hecklers. Bottom line: Be cool, people. Visit Nikki Glaser online Nikki Glasser on Twitter
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Episode 129: Brendan Kelly & Toby Jeg

The Lawrence Arms’ bassist/vocalist Brendan Kelly and Red Scare Records’ founder Toby Jeg came by Going Off Track the weekend... Read on.
The Lawrence Arms’ bassist/vocalist Brendan Kelly and Red Scare Records’ founder Toby Jeg came by Going Off Track the weekend of the label’s 10th anniversary event in Brooklyn to talk about the genesis of the label. We also discuss how Toby got his big break at Fat Wreck Chords by being Fat Mike’s designated driver,...  Read on.

The Lawrence Arms' bassist/vocalist Brendan Kelly and Red Scare Records' founder Toby Jeg came by Going Off Track the weekend of the label's 10th anniversary event in Brooklyn to talk about the genesis of the label. We also discuss how Toby got his big break at Fat Wreck Chords by being Fat Mike's designated driver, the Chicago police and drunks' mutual respect for each other and why Rush's Neil Peart is the king of the nerds. Brendan also talks about how Don Henley's "Boys Of Summer" was his "first taste of visceral darkness" and we all recount our least favorite songs of all-time, which mainly involve The Eagles. This is officially the end of the innocence.

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Episode 128: Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein

In case the devilock didn’t give it away, legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein stopped by Going Off Track... Read on.
In case the devilock didn’t give it away, legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein stopped by Going Off Track in full make-up to discuss his musical career ranging from the Misfits to Danzig to Kryst the Conqueror, his wrestling career/workout regiment and why he doesn’t read emails. Along the way he also discussed his...  Read on.
In case the devilock didn't give it away, legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein stopped by Going Off Track in full make-up to discuss his musical career ranging from the Misfits to Danzig to Kryst the Conqueror, his wrestling career/workout regiment and why he doesn't read emails. Along the way he also discussed his latest solo release and tour, his surprisingly domestic home life and his complicated relationships with his former bandmates. Speaking of which, if you've ever wondered what Glenn Danzig thought of the plus-sized tribute act the Misfats (and who hasn't?), you'll want to stick around until the end of this episode. Visit Doyle online Doyle on Instagram Check out Doyle's video for "Valley Of Shadows"
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