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One of us, one of us! This Fool's Chris Estrada is here and he came to play! This week on the show Damian is joined by the star and creator of one of his favourite TV shows to talk all things punk. It turns out that Chris is a big fan of TOAP and has come prepared to go. From being neighbours with Despise You, to gangbangers calling you "Marilyn Manson", to choosing a side in the Bikini Kill/NoFX beef, to hanging with Ian at the Dischord house, to the punk divide in comedy: this is NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, don't miss the hilarious first season of "This Fool" on Hulu (Disney+ in Canada)! Season 2 coming next year! Also, check out more about Chris here: chrisestradacomedy.com  Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Crass best before 1984 Punk loving rockers Punk-O-Rama Vol. 2 The sin of listening to Shaved Women No punks in high school Dressing like you were into Snapcase “What’s up Marilyn Manson?” Nirvana’s importance in putting bands into the zeitgeist Sonic Youth East LA backyard party shows Union 13 Generacion Suicida  Unwound what happened to emo? The Clash Despise You NoFX vs Bikini Kill Love And Rockets NOT THE BAND and so much more!!!!
Episode 431: Don't go back home just yet, Stephanie Phillips is right here! Today on Turned Out A Punk, the author and Big Joanie frontperson stops by to talk punk and DIY. Join Damian as he sits down with one of his favourite music writers to talk: American alternative being UK mainstream, the importance of the forgotten histories, Rachel Aggs' genius, "who the hell are those guys" core and so much more! Don't miss this one! Also, don't miss Big Joanie's fantastic new lp: "Back Home", out now on Kill Rock Stars! Also, check out: steph-phillips.com, for more of Stephanie's writing! Also, order "Why Solange Matters" from you favourite book store. Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: The Gossip: UK mainstream The early aughts weekly British music press Le Tigra Sacred Paws South London DIY A tale of two UK punk scenes Trashkit Wolf Bands that exist only on a poster Forgotten histories Bam Bam Sista Grrrl Riot Be Your Own Pet When heroes become peers AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
Splits Vol 7: For the first time in four years, Walter is back! What better way to celebrate Walter Schreifels' fourth appearance on the show than by inviting Jayson Green to join the party?! Listen in as Damian sits down with the two returning guests to discuss: calling Ian MacKaye about producing "Start Today", NY with David Blaine / Harmony Korine or Vegas with Chris Angel / Jonathan Davis, staying with Poly Styrene, dodging GG Allin's poop banana in Hated and so much more!!! Also, don't miss the brand new reissue of Rival Schools' "United By Fate"! Out now on Run For Cover Records! Also, check out Walter on tour with Gorilla Biscuits and Youth Of Today now and next year! Also, check out Jayson Green's awesome 24 hour Video podcast!  Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com!    
Episode 430: Who's ready for a riot?! Bikini Kill's Tobi Vail is here! Listen in as Damian sits down with one of his heroes to discuss: hardcore, grunge, riot grrrl and all things punk. From having punk rock parents, to the cult of the Melvins, to Olympia's beef with Black Flag, to witnessing punk's breaking from both sides of the divide; DON'T MISS THIS EPISODE! Also, don't miss Bikini Kill on tour! More info at bikinikill.com Also, don't miss the new Girlsperm's new "The Muse Ascends" LP, out now on Thrilling Living Records  Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Did 60 Minutes cover the Pistols? Rock N Roll High School double feature living in the middle of nowhere Mom being horrified at the Decline “I’m going to teach you kids how to do the pogo!” Choosing a book report over the Ramones and DOA Find cigarettes and some punk tapes… Following the skate punks No Sisters Slayer in ’84 Seeing Whitehouse Beyond Possession Getting attacked by Doc Dart SSD being liked by the assholes The Black Flag/ Beat Happening incident  Kathaleen Hanna and Poison Idea Hanging with Pig and Sonic Youth “We have to make it back on time for JFA!” Frightwig: “Flipper but girls” Soul Asylum were amazing The Screaming Trees were the world’s greatest band Nation Of Ulysses DC hardcore over everything The NoFX beef Born Against ruling AND TONS MORE!
Thomas Mars from Phoenix

Thomas Mars from Phoenix

2022-10-2801:19:37

Episode 429:  Where's Popeye?!? 'Cause we're blowing the lid off "The French Touch/ Punk Connection"!  Today on the show, Damian sits down with Phoenix's Thomas Mars to talk about all things punk! From the importance of French New Wave, to Amelie being trash, to skinhead violence, to the secret punk histories of: Phoenix, Air, Daft Punk and more: THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, don't miss Phoenix's fantastic new album: Alpha Zulu. Available everywhere November 4th!  Also, if you want a shirt for this podcast, head over to turnedoutapunk.com
Episode 428: It's time for Alec MacKaye! That's right, the DC legend returns to the show to talk: punk, hardcore and beyond! From the older MacKaye sister that brought the punk. to the influence of the original DC Trench Mouth, to Half-Japanese being the true punks, to the religion of Dischord, to forming Hammered Hulls, to mom loving The Cramps and so much more; DO NOT MISS THIS EPISODE!  Also. don't miss Hammered Hulls' fantastic new "Careening" lp! Out October 28 on Dischord Records!!! Also, don't miss Hammered Hulls on tour! More information here: dischord.com/tours Also, pick up a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com
Episode 427: Give my regards to South Street; Tony Pointless is here! Join Damian as he sits down with the R.A.M.B.O. frontperson to catch up and examine the theatrical predilections of Philly punk and hardcore. From DIY venue washroom nightmares, to taking a joke on Tragedy as far as it will go, record collecting correlation to mental health and so much more: join us for the longest Turned Out A Punk ever! Also, check out R.A.M.B.O.'s fantastic new record:" Defy Extinction", out of November 4th. Pre-oder it here      Also, check out the new video for: "The End Is Nye" here Also, grab a Turned Out A Punk t-shirt from turnedoutapunk.com                                                                                     
Episode 426: Autry is back! Join Damian as he sits down with his friend Autry Fulbright II to discuss: leaving ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, and walking away from band life, only to come back and join OFF!. From return to touring gratitude, to creative motivation, to Mr.Beast's potential Mogwai super fandom: don't miss this one! Also, don't miss OFF!'s brand new lp "Free LSD", out now on Fat Possum Records!!! Also, don't miss OFF! on tour this fall! More info here Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com!
Episode 425: It's TOAP Vs. the Greatest of All Time because Eric Bachmann and Matt Gentling, from the legendary Archers Of Loaf, are here! Listen in as Damian sits down with the two and discusses: punk in Asheville, why majors never made sense, the tape scene, DMT and Florida punk, two versions of a fatherly discussion about the Circle Jerks and so much more! Don't miss this one!!! Also, don't miss Archers Of Loaf's first album in 24 years: "Reason In Decline". Out everywhere Oct 21 on Merge Records. Also, Check out their fantastic new single: "Aimee". Also, don't miss them on tour in 2024, more here. Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at Turnedoutapunk.com  Also touched on: Pick a number between one and ten thinking the Dead Kennedys were corny based on the name Asheville punk Sonics on the radio Two sides of a“fatherly” reaction to the Circle Jerks Iron Beagle Devo and Clash on the radio The difference between metal and punk No Wave Finger Major labels  AND TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!
Episode 424: Alright Squadies, time for Turned Out A Punk! Today on the show, Damian is joined by a songwriter beloved by his whole family: Nerf Herder’s Parry Gripp! Listen in as the two discuss: the journey from hearing the Ramones on Dr. Demento as a kid to collaborating with him Weird Al on a song. The all too short ride to the top, Weezer’s tenuous punk connections, hoagie anthems for Wawa, the power of “It’s Raining Tacos”,  writing the themes for Buffy the Vampire, Superhero Squad and more: don’t miss this one! Also, don’t miss the 20th anniversary reissue of “American Cheese”, out now on Fat Wreck Chords! Also, pick up a shirt for this podcast at TurnedOutAPunk.com!  Also touched on: Dr. Demento The Ramones Wax and Weezer Avant Garde  The Pinkerton effect  Winding up on Fat Wreck The cult of Wawa The Superhero Squad theme AND TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!
Tim Barry from AVAIL

Tim Barry from AVAIL

2022-09-1401:01:27

Episode 423: Better get your, better get your, better get your THOUGHTS STRAIGHT! Today on the show, one of the greatest to ever do it, Tim Barry is here! Listen in as Damian goes from punisher to peer and gets to chat with one of his favourite frontpeople about all things punk. From mystery french punk bands, to the end of regionalism, to the lessons Chumbawamba taught us: this is not to be missed!!!! Also, don't miss Tim's fantastic new album: "Spring Hill". Out now! More info and tour dates here: https://www.timbarryrva.com Also, don't miss Avail's reissue of the classic lp: "Satiate". Out now! More info and tour dates here: https://www.availrichmond.com Also, grab a shirt for this podcast here: http://www.turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Going to England and seeing a mystery french band riding BMXs, listening to metal From Four Walls Falling to Gut Instinct to Fugazi: a study in punk’s regionalism The universalization of cultural experience  Screen limits Jello was right!!! Over The James Fest  An alternate universe AVAIL as Jam Band  Not being able to see it while you are in it Living a lot of lives  The phase of life as seen through Ian MacKaye  Loving Larry Livermore Literal shit over the UPC code on “Dixie” Major labels and Chumbawamba    Meeting Thomas from Strike Anywhere  Why competition in punk sucks AND SO MUCH MORE!!!!
Episode 422:  Seeing the Ramones thousands of times is a fantasy for more people but for Monte Melnick: it was his reality for 20 plus years. Join Damian as he sits down with Ramones' Tour manager and co-author of the essential "On Tour With The Ramones" book to dig deep on the Ramones and their archetypal role in punk. From the pre-band glam days, to the two sides of Johnny, to the adverse effects of the tempo and volume on Joey's health, to why you should never lend mics to Suicide: the is not to be missed! Also, don't forget to grab the new expanded 2022 edition of "On The Road With The Ramones", in stores now! Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: The layers of edifice around the Ramones Butch and the Glam Era the extremely different sides of Johnny Never lend mics to Suicide The effects of the speed and volume on Joey The wear and tear of punk The oder of the music Getting booked with metal band The TOPPs Toronto A real break up... for real Hardcore and the Ramones NO STAGEDIVING  The archetype for a punk band Green Day AND SO MUCH MORE!!!!
Episode 421: The doctor is in the house! Today on the show, the doctor of rock, Clem Burke is here! Listen in as Damian sits down with the legendary drummer to discuss witnessing the birth of punk first hand and the journey that led him to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. From being caught in the middle of the Patti Smith/Blondie divide, to his brief time as Elvis Ramone, to producing power pop classics, to Iggy's love of a bad show: THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!! Also, don't miss the wildly amazing brand new Blondie "Against All Odds: 74-82" boxset, out now on Numero Group! Also, don't miss Blondie and the Damned on tour this fall! Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Josh Kantor is the BEST Split Squad: a powerpop Voltron Covering Beefheart and Zappa at 10am School Assembly Iggy and The Stooges were the OG punks Working with Sky Saxon Sweet Revenge and Club 82 The Superheroes in the New York Dolls  The much maligned but awesome Checked Past Being proven right about Heart Of Glass The Colors The Marbles had some songs! Dr. Feelgood rule Elvis Ramone and being in the Ramones… briefly Johnny’s motives for making music Studying the Ramones with Mike Watt DJing with Marky  Hangin’ with Allen Ginsberg on the Iggy Pop tour The Target video AND MORE!!!!!
Margaret Cho

Margaret Cho

2022-08-2501:06:48

Episode 420: Today on T.O.A.P., it’s the notorious C.H.O.! That’s right, comedy legend Margaret Cho comes to the show to talk about punk! Listen in as Margaret and Damian sit down and chat about the journey from Rock Against Reagan shows to discussing film with John Woo and Chow Yun Fat. Foiling a theft of GG Allin art, the witchy powers of the McDonald Bros, Answer Me! being the gift that keeps on giving and so much other goodness: THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, don’t miss Margaret on tour this fall! More information at margaretcho.com Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Going to the Rock Against Reagan  Barrington Hall Self-harming as art Maybe missing the GG show is a good thing? Foiling a robbery at the Museum of Death David Cross: King Of Punk Steven and Jeff McDonald are powerful witches Paula from Frightwig working at the family bookstore Are Penn and Teller the Residents?!? Shit in the pit: The Farm Almost dying in the mosh for Pulp’s Common People  Being in the White Trash Debutants  Working with John Woo Face Off The secret union of Degrassi Jr. High fanatics  English Kitchen Sink drama Answer Me! and Tarantino  AND MORE!!!
Episode 419: Never mind Reflex, forget Montana, worry not about Adolescent and who's Candena?! Because the great Tony Bee is here! That's right, the legendary singer of the Adolescents and the man of 1000 punk names is on the show today to talk about being a punk lifer. Listen in as Damian sits down with Tony to discuss his journey. From the origins of LA punk, to being on both sides of the LA punk/hardcore divide, to a shoot out at the Pig Children house, to using education to avoid drugs; THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, don't miss the re-issues on the Adolescents' Manifest Destiny and Cropduster on Concrete Jungle Records. More info at www.adolescents.shop Also, pick up a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Eddie and the Subtitles invent sludge in ’81 violence at shows Pig Children  The Adolescents break up… for real… for the first time The Abandoned  Slam books: the original international social network Jack Grisham and the mutual dislike of each other’s bands Nearly being murdered for being a punk Having to live by the cover of night Cannabis vs. Booze AND SO MUCH MORE!!
RIP Gord Lewis

RIP Gord Lewis

2022-08-1137:28

Gord Lewis was a guitar hero, Canadian music icon and punk rock innovator. As a member of Teenage Head, he was one of the very first to pick up the banner of punk in Canada and changed the course of music in the country forever. Join Damian and Chris O'Toole as they celebrate one of their favourite bands and remember the humble greatness of Gord Lewis.
One of the greatest to ever wield the four strings is on Turned Out A Punk! Today on the show, Alexisonfire’s bass monster Chris Steele is here to talk punk. Listen in as he and Damian sit down and have their first in depth conversation after nearly 20 years of knowing each other. From the influence of Iggy Pop, to the struggles that come from growing up in a touring band, to walking away from music only to return with a profoundly different sense of self: this is not to be missed!  Also, don’t miss Alexisonfire’s fantastic new album: “Otherness”, in stores and streaming  now! And don’t miss Alexisonfire’s upcoming tour! More info at: theonlybandever.com Also, grab a shirt for this podcast over at tunredoutapunk.com Also touched on: The brilliance of Iggy Pop’s brevity The kid from the baseball team on the bus  Misfits in a parking lot Better career planning than Blockbuster Playing with sober for the first time on the last tour An industry trying to get you fucked up Living in chunks of time Walking away from music The travelling around the world for 2 years Falling in love with street food in Sri Lanka The grind of touring and addiction Returning to a band as a new person The importance of friendship in a band AND SO MUCH MORE!
Episode 417: This is why we do this thing! Ben Gibbard is here and ready for a Turned Out A Punk party! Listen in as he and Damian discuss: punk heroes as religious icons, indie rock plus sincerity equaling emo and what was the Northwest's proto-punk? From going to Undertow shows, to high school with MxPx, to the Mono Men ruling and so much more: don't miss this one! Also, don't miss the new Death Cab For Cutie video for "Here To Forever", off their upcoming "Asphalt Memories" LP! More info at Deathcabforcutie.com Also, grab a shirt for the podcast here at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on:  A tape with Bad Brains and the Descendants  A Devo lovin’, military man, hippy dad AC/DC: the greatest rock band ever The Mono Men Moving to Bremerton Bad Religion 80-85 as The Velvet Underground And Nico MxPx and the religious punk divide Undertow RULE Liking Fugazi but loving Minor Threat Ian: never made a mistake Looking for someone to give us rules Vulnerability in anger The Sonics as the area proto-punk Post Nasal Drip The Britpop/ American indie influenced Pinwheel AND TONS OF OTHER GOODNESS!!!!
Episode 416: Greg Heston is here! Today on the show Damian sits down with the legendary Circle Jerks guitarist to talk punk! Listen in as the two talk about the open & accepting early days of LA punk,  the not so accepting times of early hardcore & so much more!  Also, don't forget to see the Circle Jerks on tour & grab the reissues of their classic LP’s on Trust Records! For more info, check out circlejerks.net Also, head over to turnedoutapunk.com & grab a shirt for this show! Also Touched On: Leon Russel or Redbone and the Clash KROQ and punk Going to see Dickies and The Middle Class A couple joined at the nose “Is this guys going to give me shit”: Meeting Jeff in photo class  Forming Redd Kross The Masque Greg Greg The invasion from behind the Orange Curtain The Back To The Known Calling Cards and Overthrow Magazine & SO MUCH MORE!!!!!
Episode 415: Turned Out A Punk’s gots the hits! Today on the show Damian is joined by the coolest sibling in punk: The McDonald Brothers! Steven returns to the show, after his first godly appearance on the show 8 years ago, and this time brings his older brother Jeff along for the fun. Listen in as the three discuss Redd Kross’ journey from reluctant Black Flag teen proteges to becoming one of the World’s greatest rock and roll bands! THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED Also, don’t forget to grab the fantastic reissue of Redd Kross’ godly “Neurotica” LP, out now on Merge! Also, check out the repost of Steven McDonald’s show defining first appearance on TOAP! (the episode before this one in the feed)! Also, grab a shirt for this podcast from turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on:  Intimidated by Jeff Ramones show up to save Rock’N’Roll Beach Boys Jan And Dean: true psych The Dogs The Bay City Rollers: proto-punk Was John Doe in Zolar X “What’s a Feeder?” Crystal meth under a 7” label Jeff doing the Black Flag/Bangles show  placidyls  Death Rock rising The difference between Paisley Underground and Punk Manson Marketing to Rodney on the ROQ John Waters “Like Jesus getting out of a spaceship”: Seeing Joan Jett hanging out at the Whiskey Cops vs. Punks Perry Ferrel: Charles Mason meets Whatever Happened To Baby Jane AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
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Michael

When the part was discussed about how the punks and others in the DC underground scene stood up to and ran the racist skinheads and all of their bullshit violence out of town, one of you questioned if this had happened anywhere else. And yes it did happen......in the late 80s- mid 90s Portland, OR underground/punk scene. The racist skinheads had made going to shows not fun and, for many, a dangerous experience. There is a podcast about the problems the Portland music scene had with white supremacists and the violence and how they battled it and eventually got rid of the violence and racsim. TOAP is the best podcast going!! I'm a music (particularly punk rock) nerd so this podcast is so interesting and cool !!! KEEP UP THE AMAZING WORK, DAMIEN!!!

Oct 26th
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Marc Watt

pretty funny shit

Dec 1st
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Jeremy Fortier

Great episode! Covers a lot of unexpected ground. 👌🏼

Aug 8th
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Clifford York

i read in the book that fat mikes dad was a traveling shoe salesman and i assume that's where "so long and thanks for all the shoes" even though mike says something about douglas adams in this episode...prolly a lot easier than explaining a complex father son relationship

Jan 24th
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Ire Neo

i love Keith! When are you going to guest Henry Rollins?

Nov 23rd
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Peter MacRaild

How are they all his favourite?

Oct 21st
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Terrence's login computer "Internet"

This is mad decent.

Oct 20th
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Peter MacRaild

When did "sonic" become a noun, or is that just a Damien thing?

Jun 3rd
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Peter MacRaild

Excellent interview! Loved him mentioning the Ebullition/HeartAttack scene. Very much remember that. The reaction of jock hardcore people in the states on their Snapcase tour was really interesting.

Oct 6th
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2punkforu

love this

May 29th
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Alijah

wtf....."I haven't listen to the cramps since the 90s" and your on a punk rock podcast!?!? lol it takes all kinds I suppose. ugh

May 19th
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Nick Hoffman

bro hymn defines the poseur song

Dec 27th
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Rick Arden

Oi Oi Skinhead! Get your hair cut!

Dec 17th
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Joshua K. Parker

chris #2! the biggest musical/influential bass player in my "career" Thanks "2" and thank you Anti-flag. cheers

Nov 7th
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Chris Boud

Love that Kevin loved KillRadio, Raised on Whipped Cream is massively underrated!

Oct 9th
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Chris Boud

I can't get the Jack Black episode to download, anyone any idea why?

Apr 16th
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Alfreedo Abo Vekram

kurdo

Jan 8th
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