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Episode 82

little waffle

Hello Everybody!

Welcome to episode 82 of Save It For The Breakdown! This time around I invited The Gersch, Daniel Truth, and Balaram Shakti Das over for vegan waffles. Daniel and The Gersch showed up on time, so we ate and talked about Daniel’s recent move to Austin, Texas as well as upcoming events for Die Young. Balaram shows up eventually and fills us in on his trip to India, the Out Of Body tour, and a short wrap up of This Is Hardcore in Philadelphia.

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

Thank you for listening. Enjoy the show.

  1. Die Young – “The Last Good Age” – No Illusions
  2. Die Young – “Bear Witness” – No Illusions
  3. Die Young – “God’s Promise” – No Illusions
  4. Of Feather and Bone – “Burdened” – False Healer
  5. River Black – “Honor” – S/T
  6. Cloud Rat – “Papusza” – Cloud Rat/Crevasse split 7”
  7. Out Of Body – “Notes” – Voiceless
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Episode 81

 

Hello Everybody!

Welcome to another episode of Save It For The Breakdown!

This time around the Gersch and I had the privilege of speaking with Kyle Artrip and Albert from the Austin, Texas punk/hardcore bands Recide, The Creamers, Breakout, Nosferatu, and a host of bands. I apologize for not speaking with these guys sooner. They’ve been playing around Austin since 2009, and this is the first opportunity I’ve had to speak with them. Their sound of hardcore is reminiscent of the early 1980s: loud, fast, and raw, and it’s been dominating the Austin, Texas scene for a few years now.

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

Thank you for listening. Enjoy the episode.

 

  1. The Creamers – “Modern Day” – Rubberneck Compilation Issue 1
  2. Breakout – “Razor Wire” – Razor Wire
  3. Nosferatu – “Kill the Pride” – e.p.
  4. Nosferatu – “Flag and Cross” – e.p.
  5. Institute – “Exhibitionism” – Subordination
  6. Glue – “Falling Apart” – Demo 2012