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Episode 137: Live From Union Hall #4

That’s right, on December 12th we held another live podcast from Union Hall featuring Matthew Caws (Nada Surf), Jena Friedman... Read on.
That’s right, on December 12th we held another live podcast from Union Hall featuring Matthew Caws (Nada Surf), Jena Friedman (The Daily Show), Emil Amos (Grails, Om), Jeff Rosenstock (Bomb The Music Industry!, Antarctigo Vespucci) & Zeena Koda (Gazelle, Sirius XM). If you weren’t there, you blew it, but you can almost taste the beer...  Read on.
That's right, on December 12th we held another live podcast from Union Hall featuring Matthew Caws (Nada Surf), Jena Friedman (The Daily Show), Emil Amos (Grails, Om), Jeff Rosenstock (Bomb The Music Industry!, Antarctigo Vespucci) & Zeena Koda (Gazelle, Sirius XM). If you weren't there, you blew it, but you can almost taste the beer and feel the bitter cold as you listen to tales ranging from sex to memory loss to the way Brooklyn has changed over the past few years. As a bonus, Matthew and Emil both performed goosebump-worthy set of favorites and covers that we guarantee will leave you speechless. After listening to all of us talk for an hour-and-a-half, trust us, you'll appreciate the break. Thank you to everyone who participated and hopefully we'll be making another live podcast appearance in 2015 as this was an absolute blast. Matthew Caws Jena Friedman Emil Amos Zeena Koda Jeff Rosenstock
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Episode 136: Chris Cresswell

Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners came down from Canada while on tour with Joey Cape to discuss their collaboration on... Read on.
Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners came down from Canada while on tour with Joey Cape to discuss their collaboration on One Week Records, the disconnect between perception versus reality and the egocentric nature of social media. He also talks about what it’s like for Canadian artists to critique American politics, the dangers of “studio ears”...  Read on.
Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners came down from Canada while on tour with Joey Cape to discuss their collaboration on One Week Records, the disconnect between perception versus reality and the egocentric nature of social media. He also talks about what it's like for Canadian artists to critique American politics, the dangers of "studio ears" and his career as a bartender and graphic designer when he isn't on the road (which seems like it's almost never). Have you ever interviewed someone and then instantly wanted them to be your best friend? That's how we felt after doing this interview and we bet you'll feel the same way, too. The Flatliners Chris' One Week Records Page Follow Chris on Twitter
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Episode 135: Joey Cape

Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape stopped by Going Off Track this week to talk about all of his various projects from... Read on.
Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape stopped by Going Off Track this week to talk about all of his various projects from Bad Astronaut to Me First And The Gimme Gimmes. He also discussed his latest endeavor One Week Records, the dark side of addiction and what it was like touring with Brad’s band the Goops back...  Read on.
Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape stopped by Going Off Track this week to talk about all of his various projects from Bad Astronaut to Me First And The Gimme Gimmes. He also discussed his latest endeavor One Week Records, the dark side of addiction and what it was like touring with Brad's band the Goops back in the nineties. After listening to this podcast, immediately purchase Lagwagon's new full-length Hang, which sees the band abandoning their tradition of goofy cover art for something more honest when it comes to the human condition. Don't worry, we can't stop you from wearing board shorts while listening to it.
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Episode 134: Denver Dalley

Denver Dalley of Desaparecidos and Statistics came by Going Off Track to discuss his current gig playing alongside Har Mar... Read on.
Denver Dalley of Desaparecidos and Statistics came by Going Off Track to discuss his current gig playing alongside Har Mar Superstar, Desaparecidos’ reformation and new album in over a decade and his international adventures. Alongside our guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem), Dalley also compares and contrasts the Omaha indie rock scene with Jersey’s...  Read on.
Denver Dalley of Desaparecidos and Statistics came by Going Off Track to discuss his current gig playing alongside Har Mar Superstar, Desaparecidos' reformation and new album in over a decade and his international adventures. Alongside our guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem), Dalley also compares and contrasts the Omaha indie rock scene with Jersey's classic punk scene and they bond over the stereotypes that come with being a dude with luscious locks. The takeaway: with great looks come great responsibility. Desaparecidos Follow Denver on Twitter Live shows (Har Mar Superstar)
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