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Political Punk Podcast
52 minutes | Dec 4, 2021
In the fifteenth episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas sits down with Jeremy, Steven, and Simon of the political punk band Lenin from Houston, Texas. They talk about the current state of Texas and America, how labor movements currently have the upper hand, and how workers can unite for better conditions.
48 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
This week, I sit down with Harvey and Neil with the band Barking Poets. They talk about the unique perspective of living across the Atlantic Ocean while viewing American media, the issues going on in the UK, and much more.
48 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
But Anyways, I sit down this week with my guest host Jace Clough, and my guests from Nashville, Tennessee: Nehoda. These guys sum up true raw punk - recorded live, and not much editing. It is what it is, and it's fantastic. Listen to our conversation about the current state of politics.
39 minutes | May 12, 2021
Sorry Ghost 2.0
In the twelfth (is that really the spelling?) episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host and self-proclaimed Sorry Ghost superfan Zach Thomas chats with Matthew and Daniel from Sorry Ghost again about their new song "Like A Thief", the future of the band, and what's been up in the world of politics.
33 minutes | May 2, 2021
In the eleventh episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas goes beyond the line with Morgan Farrell of the band Blacked Out from British Columbia, Canada. Morgan talks about his back story, his music, and some political issues facing the northern land.
57 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
In episode ten of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas virtually goes down to Georgia with Ches, Jrod, Sarah, and James of the band Poser. They talk about their experiences with COVID, talk about what gives them hope, their views of the 2020 election, police brutality, and the new album coming soon. At the end of the episode, their new song "End Times" debuts for the first time!
57 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
In the ninth episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas sits down with the band ZEALOTROUS from Durham, North Carolina. The singer, Zero, and the drummer, Three, talk about their music, the political scene currently, and what to expect from their band next.
39 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
In the eighth episode of the Political Punk Podcast, I sit Alone with Connor Frost of the New York based band Dizzy Bats. We talk about his band's brand new album, the history of Dizzy Bats, and what he has seen on the ground in New York in the crazy past year.
67 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
In episode seven of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas visits a Different Universe with Nick Woods of the punk band Direct Hit. Nick shares stories of touring, how the band started, his experiences in COVID, and much more.
59 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
In episode six of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas goes to a Safer Space with Devin and Tay from the pop punk band Forever Emerald from Los Angeles, California. They talk about their experiences with touring, how their music came to be, and some political issues like the lack of female representation in the punk community.
93 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
Tall Dark Whimsy
In episode five of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas visits another planet to communicate with the punk trio Tall Dark Whimsy from Portland, Oregon. Shannon (Drums), Alexis (Bass), and Emily (Vocals, Guitar) talk about their experiences with COVID, protests in Portland this year, and what it's like being musicians in times where the music industry is hurting.
40 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
In the fourth episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas calls up the artist Littlefoot from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Through her own personal experiences, Littlefoot is able to describe her perspective of today's issues through the scope of a community activist and musician.
97 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
In the third episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas crosses paths with the legendary rock band Doll Skin from Phoenix, Arizona. Sydney Dolezal and Meghan Herring share their stories of touring, making new music, and what it's like being a member of Gen-Z in times of injustice and civil unrest.
99 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
In the second episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas hangs out in the Youth Club with Davey Warsop, a producer/musician from Los Angeles, California. Davey shares stories from his experiences working with big and small bands from across the world, going on tour, producing his own albums, and his perspective on some major issues like income inequality and the movement for racial equity.
40 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
In the debut episode of the Political Punk Podcast, host Zach Thomas nosedives into conversation with Sorry Ghost, a pop punk band from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hear from Daniel, Matthew, and Tyler about their new album "The Morning After", political issues in Baton Rouge and America, and other thoughts from this electric trio.
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