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It’s been a little while since we’ve produced an episode of Bobby Pickles’ Podcast. Primarily, because Bobby is too consumed with his other podcast - Dying Scene Radio. If you haven’t checked it out, you should! But aside from punk rock, Bobby still likes to talk about everything under the sun. On this episode of BPP, Bobby Pickles and lifelong beer buddy, Ben Coletti (along with Coletti’s girlfriend, Jessica Hardy, and a stupidiot named Tone Lo-Ki) conduct a roundtable discussion regarding Bobby’s potential return to Floriduhh but not without fears of alcoholism and losing his edge. Jessica brings up “Rob’s problem” as she kindly puts it. Ben tells what it’s like to date a “black chick” who is culturally un-black. Bobby poses the question: “Why does Coletti look like fucking Tom Hanks in Castaway?” The crew also discusses Coletti’s weird “hair stamp”, and living with Gary Smith in a white trash apartment years ago. They also chat about meeting up with all “the friends” at the “three sisters” brewery during Bobby’s vacation weekend, how great Mewz looks pregnant despite her fondness of chugging beers with a baby in her belly, and what Coletti was saying to Mewz’s kid in her stomach. Coletti compares mentally abusing his girlfriend to Pavlov’s dog. Bobby explains why he hates Feminism by telling a Tinder story. Jessica explains why Men will eventually be obsolete. Tone Lo-Ki can’t help not being anti-Semitic. They talk about how Florida consists of Floridiots, stupidiots and the walking dead. Tone Lo-Ki brings up the Adam/polish face. Bobby explains that Coletti comes from great stock but may die prematurely (just like he was born prematurely) due to chronic Bud Light consumption/sun poisoning. Ben says, “Rob never listens unless he’s ready to understand.” This ridiculous conversation is quite a doozy. Crack open a Bud Light and enjoy!
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This week on Episode 57 of Bobby Pickles' Podcast (Episode 2 of Dying Scene Radio), Bobby prepares for a “blizzard of epic proportions” in Connecticut, while Bob sits at home in Florida wearing shorts and a T-Shirt. Together, they plow through another week’s worth of new music and highlight this week’s happenings, as reported by dyingscene.com.
BAND SPOTLIGHT: Things Change
This week’s BAND SPOTLIGHT is on the Canadian punk rock trio, Things Change. Often compared to Small Brown Bike, Hot Water Music and Jawbreaker, Jason Kindrachuk, the band’s guitarist/singer, talks to Bob and Bobby about the band’s origins in the prairies of Regina, Saskatchewan and how each band member migrated individually over 1700 kilometers to reform in Vancouver. The conversation turns to breaking into the Vancouver music scene and how Things Change gained their Facebook following of teenage girls who have recently broken up with their boyfriends.
Bobby gets up close and personal with Damn Broads, an all-female punk band out of Torrington, Connecticut. The interview is conducted on-location at Snapper Magee’s from the stage where the ladies recently shot a new music video for their song, “I’m A Fake”, which can be heard here. While drinking shots of Jameson, these hardcore hunnies talk about playing nazi-bars and writing songs about the Westborough Baptist Church, while Bobby reveals his love and admiration for Mariah Carey…and that was only after the first round! You can watch the interview in its entirety on the DSR YouTube page.
…Never forget the BliZZard of 2015.
Here is this week’s playlist…
Grenadiers – Factotum
Maypole – Fire On The Stage
Body Count – Institutionalized
Stick To Your Guns – RMA (Revolutionary Mental Attitude) ft. Toby Morse
Things Change – Modern Explorers
Western Settings – Get It, Got It
Science Club – Bad At Parties
Damn Broads – I’m A Fake
Raised Fist – Flow
PIG PEN – Diarrhea and Febreeze
Nick Ameen ft. Bob Noxious – Diarrhea of a Mailman
Shit Hits The Fan – All In
You Know Who – Marshall Stacks and Alcohol
Welcome to Episode 56 of Bobby Pickles' Podcast, which is the debut episode of Dying Scene Radio. It’s time to kick back and get to know Bob Noxiousand Bobby Pickles…up close and personal…right in your ear hole. Join them each Friday for a weekly recap of the week’s punk rock news as reported right here on Dying Scene.
Whether it’s new release, pre-release or unreleased, Dying Scene Radio is committed to featuring the best new music first. Bob n’ Bobby will feature news, reviews and interviews of the best bands, new and old, in ska, punk, crust, metal, hardcore and folk-punk.
BAND SPOTLIGHT: Seven Thirty Seven
This week, Dying Scene Radio features the Buffalo, New York-based ska/punk band, Seven Thirty Seven. The two chat it up with bandmates Alex, Andy and Mike about their recent EP, Polish profanity and the Buffalo, NY punk music scene.
Bobby Pickles speaks with Nick Ameen, who composed the Dying Scene Radio theme song. They discuss old times, the inspiration behind our awesome jingle, plus we play a couple of tracks that Nick Ameenwrote and recorded just last week.
Check out the playlist below and enjoy the show!
The Prosecution – A New Sensation
Wraths – Oh God
The Bombpops – Breathe
Less Than Jake – Late Night Petroleum
Home Street Home – Seeping Beauty
Dwarves – Gentlemen Blag
REPS – Own Your Mind
Seven Thirty Seven – What Happened
Bar Room Heroes – Bar Room Hero
Old Coyote Club – City Foxes
Nick Ameen – Just The Pit
Nick Ameen – Off The Grid
Nick Ameen – Battle Scars
On this sun-filled episode of BP’s P-cast, Bobby and #FLORIDIOT pals - Ben Coletti, Bob Noxious, Tobia Spinelli and Mateo Gash - sail out in the gulf and along the intracoastal waterways of Madeira Beach, FL, sharing stories and poking fun at each other in glorious fashion. Bobby gets sea sick for the first time in his life - all caught remarkably via GoPro. The crew also stumbles upon a beached vessel, but none of its inhabitants seem to care that their ship is grounded. Nothing but beers, boats and blathering on this Florida “boatcast” edition of BPP, sponsored by FAT ENZO.
Podcasting from Compassionate Care Center of CT (one of the six medical marijuana dispensaries in that state) Bobby, on location in the quaint town of Bethel, talks pot policy, prohibition and the endocannabinoid system with licensed pharmacist/dispensary facility manager, Nicole Liedke. They also discuss opiate addiction, the dirty secret behind why marijuana is illegal in the first place and how my idiot friend, Piazza, managed to attain a legal weed card.
Boston-based punk rock prodigies - BarRoom Heroes - stop by Bobby’s mother’s basement, prior to their gig in Bridgeport, to discuss Irish-ness, Boston-ness and the novelty of youth. While these BarRoom Heroes aren’t the only punks in town, they are the most legitimate rightful heirs to the "BarRoom Heroes" name. Dropkick Murphys have publicly vouched for their awesomeness, plus they’re not German, and in fact, they too hail from Beantown. A segment of the conversation originally aired on LOUD FAST SHITTY 11-17-14.
Podcasting, two days after Halloween, from The Old Oak Street Burial Ground (also known as the “Old and Indian Cemetery”) in Grafton, MA, my cohort, Matthew Piazza, and I, speak with author and old-time consigliere, Roberta Grimes, about her new book “The Fun of Staying in Touch: How Our Loved Ones Contact Us and How We Can Contact Them”. Grimes’ previous work “The Fun of Dying: Find Out What Really Happens Next!” shapes most of our discussion, which spans such topics as, death and the afterlife, Jesus without Christianity, Brittany Maynard and her decision to die with dignity, if Albert Einstein was or was not an atheist, and why Piazza will most likely be reincarnated as a cockroach. Roberta also hosts the talk-radio podcast, Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes, which can be downloaded for free on iTunes.
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