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This week on Episode 84 of Bobby Pickles' Podcast (Dying Scene Radio #28), Bob Noxious and Bobby Pickles connect withJoey Cape live from his van. The three discuss Joey’s new solo record, Stitch Puppy, the story behind the song, “Tracks”, and what it was like to record his latest acoustic album using a similar formula to that of his label, One Week Records. Bobby uses his “Wop Dar” to uncover the Italian roots of the Lagwagonfrontman, insinuates that, like most musicians, Joey is inherently lazy, and then asks Mr. Cape a very pretentious question, which Joey has not the authority to answer adequately, given that the punk rock ethos transcends ideas and is really a part of one’s DNA. But, Joey agrees with Bob’s ethos, being a 46 year old man who lives his life like a 17 year old boy. SYNOPSIS OF BANTER: Jason 3D of The Jasons designed a FAT ENZO t-shirt depicting The Bobs getting killed by The Jasons. Lou Koller, frontman of NYHC greats, Sick Of It All, speaks with ten year old Elliott of Little Punk People, and Bobby wants to make him a DSR war correspondent because he’s interviewed many of the same people as Bob and he’s a much more talented interviewer. The Bobs discuss their impending full-coverage of FEST 14 in Gainesville and Pre-FEST in Tampa. Bobby doesn’t know who Mikey Erg or Ronnie James Dio is. The Svetlanas are from “Mother Russia” just as PigPen are comprised of more bacon than Bob puts down during breakfast. Why does EVERYBODY think the iconic Motörhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister, is going to die? Bob says if Lemmy isn’t really afraid to die, he’d have played a fourth song in Austin. Bob thinks he might need to go back to the dark liquors. Bob says, “Lemmy will live forever and what kind of world are we going to leave for Lemmy?” AND VIGNETTES BY: Elliott Fullam of Little Punk People, J. Prozac of Doubtfire, Todd Dulawan of Distorted Signals, Dylan Flynn of Pass The Bass, and Mike Hansen ofPentimento. Episode 28’s recurring theme: bad/spot-on accents, artists who’ve recorded records in one-week’s time, and Bobby’s three keys to success - Persistence, Arrogance, andStupidity, with major emphasis on the latter. Hear all the incessant blathering, plus this week’s new music and headlines, below. THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST Nightbirds - 8 Inch Betsy PMX - Pull The Trigger 8 Inch Betty - Mean Days Svetlanas - Siberia PEARS - Snowflake Guilty By Association - Coming Home Doubtfire - California The Mahones - Fuck You Joey Cape Interview Joey Cape - Spill My Guts Lagwagon - Made Of Broken Pieces Pentimento - Sink Or Swim You can subscribe to Dying Scene Radio via RSS, on iTunes or with the TuneIn orStitcher apps for iOS and Android. We also enjoy reading listener feedback on the air, so feel free to send us an e-mail. Or call us on the hotline - (347) 754-PUNK. Follow us on Instagram: @DyingSceneRadio Like us on Facebook: /DyingSceneRadio This week’s sponsor is, as always, FAT ENZO.
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