We’re finally back after quite a long vacation, as Jay and Ted get back into discussing local music. This week they talk about Pay to Cum’s recently released LP Band in Atlanta, along with a healthy dose of goofy nonsense (like usual). Check out Pay to Cum’s album, as well as their other releases, here. […]
Thanks for the wait while we figured out our lives… We’re back this week to talk about Abuse of Power’s new EP, When Then Becomes Now. We also discuss some of the ways that music has influenced us, like work, school, and our personal lives.
This week we sat down with Eric from Death of Massive Stars and talked about what goes into forming a band and what can inspire that creative process. After that, in old-fashioned Just Riffin’ style, Ted and Jay tore apart the Riot Fest Chicago 2017 lineup and rambled about whatever came to mind.
In the new episode, we review Down in Terror’s new EP, Bad Honor. During part two we talk about the role video games played in us discovering music. Check it out and let us know what you think!
One of our favorite bands released a new EP, so we decided to talk about it! We review Give Me Hate by Through N Through. In the second segment, we try to define what hardcore is and talk about what hardcore means to us.
We talk with Erik, the vocalist of the band, Habitats, to discuss his musical journey, the roots of the band, and his opinions on the Chicago music scene. In the second half, we discuss some of the venues around Chicago.