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Episode 300: Live at Knitting Factory

For our 300th episode, we recorded live, in front of an audience at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Guests were... Read on.
For our 300th episode, we recorded live, in front of an audience at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Guests were Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker, Brian Baker of Minor Threat & Bad Religion, and Laura Stevenson. What a blast! Read on.
For our 300th episode, we recorded live, in front of an audience at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Guests were Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker, Brian Baker of Minor Threat & Bad Religion, and Laura Stevenson. What a blast!
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Episode 299: Justin Brannan

Justin Brannan played guitar (and sometimes still does) in the iconic hardcore band, Indecision. He has subsequently made the dramatic... Read on.
Justin Brannan played guitar (and sometimes still does) in the iconic hardcore band, Indecision. He has subsequently made the dramatic transition into local government as a NYC council member from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. He is an eloquent and interesting guy and as you can imagine, we got into all of – from the Superbowl to...  Read on.
Justin Brannan played guitar (and sometimes still does) in the iconic hardcore band, Indecision. He has subsequently made the dramatic transition into local government as a NYC council member from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. He is an eloquent and interesting guy and as you can imagine, we got into all of - from the Superbowl to Hatebreed, from conspiracy theories to the best local pizza. It was a great conversation and one we could have carried on all night. Justin as The Man Indecision on Facebook
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Episode 298: Matt Pond

Our friend Matt Pond returned to Going Off Track to lament winter angst over being an upstate New York exile.... Read on.
Our friend Matt Pond returned to Going Off Track to lament winter angst over being an upstate New York exile. He also brought up the horrors of K-Pop, Florida and proselytized on prosthetics. He was concerned over becoming a “cover band” of himself, but is excited about his latest musical project that’s inspired by your...  Read on.
Our friend Matt Pond returned to Going Off Track to lament winter angst over being an upstate New York exile. He also brought up the horrors of K-Pop, Florida and proselytized on prosthetics. He was concerned over becoming a “cover band” of himself, but is excited about his latest musical project that's inspired by your random thoughts, visions or dreams. Buy Matt's music Send Matt your random thoughts
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