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Episode 223: Bobby Moynihan

“Saturday Night Live” veteran cast member Bobby Moynihan stopped by Going Off Track alongside guest host Jeff Rosenstock to discuss... Read on.
“Saturday Night Live” veteran cast member Bobby Moynihan stopped by Going Off Track alongside guest host Jeff Rosenstock to discuss what it’s like to get paid to fulfill his childhood fantasies. We also discuss how someone who is naturally reclusive deals with overzealous fans, the insanely long process behind doing the voices for cartoons like...  Read on.
"Saturday Night Live" veteran cast member Bobby Moynihan stopped by Going Off Track alongside guest host Jeff Rosenstock to discuss what it's like to get paid to fulfill his childhood fantasies. We also discuss how someone who is naturally reclusive deals with overzealous fans, the insanely long process behind doing the voices for cartoons like "We Bare Bears" and "Nature Cat" and some of Moynihan's career highlights over the years, many of which unsurprisingly have to do with "Star Wars." We have an insanely long discussion about Bobby's experiences as a bartender at Pizzeria Uno in Yonkers, New York, prior to joining the cast of SNL that you won't want to miss. From comics to podcasts to music, this episode of Going Off Track truly has something for everyone and we couldn't be more thankful to Bobby for making time during his summer hiatus to swing by the studio. Follow Bobby on Twitter
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Episode 222: Mikey Erg

Punk all-star Mikey Erg came by with guest host/producer Jeff Rosenstock to talk about what it was like recording Mikey’s... Read on.
Punk all-star Mikey Erg came by with guest host/producer Jeff Rosenstock to talk about what it was like recording Mikey’s latest album “Tentative Descisions” in Jeff’s apartment. Erg also discusses his current day job as a member of the live band for The Chris Gethard Show, what it was like to collaborate live with P....  Read on.

Punk all-star Mikey Erg came by with guest host/producer Jeff Rosenstock to talk about what it was like recording Mikey's latest album "Tentative Descisions" in Jeff's apartment. Erg also discusses his current day job as a member of the live band for The Chris Gethard Show, what it was like to collaborate live with P. Diddy and reminisce about Erg's early days spending time at a New Jersey recording studio as a child while Bon Jovi was recording demos for "Slippery When Wet." (Sadly they have subsequently been lost.) We also discuss what it's like being an adult while still spending time on the road, how both of our guests have managed to be so prolific and why staying at hotels is overrated. "My job is to play music and laugh my ass off, it's awesome," Erg says when asked about what his current situation in life is like. Finally, we talk about the legacy of the Offspring in one of Going Off Track's most controversial moments. You won't want to miss it. 

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Episode 221: Laura Jane Grace

Punk icon Laura Jane Grace finally came by Going Off Track with guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) to... Read on.
Punk icon Laura Jane Grace finally came by Going Off Track with guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) to discuss her upcoming book “Tranny: Confessions Of Punk Rock’s Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout” (which was also written by another frequent guest host, Dan Ozzi). Along the way we talk about what it’s like ¬†interviewed by...  Read on.
Punk icon Laura Jane Grace finally came by Going Off Track with guest host Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) to discuss her upcoming book "Tranny: Confessions Of Punk Rock's Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout" (which was also written by another frequent guest host, Dan Ozzi). Along the way we talk about what it's like  interviewed by everyone from Larry King to Marc Maron, how she feels our government is dealing with the transgender community in 2016, the way marijuana has helped her deal with anxiety and the legend of the mythical cross joint. We also discuss the upcoming Against Me! album "Shape Shift With Me," what the writing dynamic is like in the band these days and, to put it in perspective, how it's changed over the past fifteen years. "I had to go through the things I got through to be the person that I am and all of those lessons are equally important," Grace says at one point. adding that she's been homeless both by choice and circumstance in her past. "Life takes you to crazy places and things you thought were absolutes aren't and I'm thankful to have gotten to that place at a relatively young age." We couldn't have said it better ourselves. Photo: Ryan Russell
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