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Episode 72

CraigMoore

Hello Everybody!

Welcome to Episode 72 of Save It For The Breakdown.

This is part 2 of the interview with Graham Williams and Craig Moore. This time around we  find out more about Craig and all of his bands from Objection to Pushmen.

You can find the audio for the episode at Podomatic, Stitcher, and iTunes by searching for Save It For The Breakdown.

Thank you for listening. Enjoy the show.

  1. Employer, Employee – “Nil or the Nile” – Sic Sic Sic
  2. Employer, Employee – “The Devouring” – Sic Sic Sic
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Episode 71

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Hello Everybody!

Welcome to episode 71 of Save It For The Breakdown!

I invited Graham Williams back to the podcast to talk about his new entertainment company, Margin Walker, and the replacement for Fun Fun Fun Fest, Sound On Sound Fest. Joining us as well was Craig Moore. Craig Moore is one of the most awesome vocalists in Texas Hardcore. He has been the frontman for such bands as Employer/Employee, Sea Of Thousand, Ratking, and several other bands. He is currently destroying in Pushmen.

There was a bit of confusion with scheduling Graham, but it didn’t seem like a big deal with having both Craig and Graham on since both have been friends and housemates during the late 1990s. The recording ran long, so I decided to make this a two part episode. Part one is mostly with Graham and he talks about Margin Walker and Sound On Sound. During part we all talk to Craig about his various projects.

This was a fun conversation, and I hope that you enjoy listening to both parts. Thanks to Graham and Craig for taking the time to come hang out and talk.

As usual you can find the audio for the podcast at Podomatic, Stitcher, and iTunes by searching for Save It For The Breakdown. Thank you all for listening. Enjoy the show.

  1. Pushmen – “The Year of Hands and Neck” – The Sun Will Rise Soon on the False and the Fallen
  2. Pushmen – “Born Again Too Late…” – The Sun Will Rise Soon on the False and the Fallen
  3. Ratking – “B.Y.O.I.E.D.” – The Golden Piss of My People