Rich Wilson Interview Round up, News and Reviews
On this 'Round Up' episode of the Banned Biographies Podcast, host - Tom Austin-Morgan - thanks comedian Rich Wilson for his time last month, as well as chatting about what he's been up to in the last month: working hard before the tour with Sham 69. playing gigs and writing and recording with High Frequency. All very exciting stuff.
News this month concerns NOFX, Rage Against The Machine, Depeche Mode, The Sewer Cats, Anti-Flag, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Blink-182, Green Day, Grade 2, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Jimmy Eat World, Less Than Jake, Stiff Little Fingers, Jello Biafra, The Meffs, The Real McKenzies, Bikini Kill, festivals including When We Were Young, Punk Spring and the Manchester Punk Festival and the passing of Dead Kennedys drummer DH Peligro.
Single reviews include Blink-182's Edging, Queen's Face It Alone, Disturbed Divisive and We Are Scientists' Less From You and Operator Error.
Albums reviewed are Doggerel by Pixies, This Machine Still Kills Fascists by Dropkick Murphys, The End So Far by Slipknot, The Art Of Survival by Bush, Under The Midnight Sun by The Cult, Here Is Everything by The Big Moon, Perplex Cities EP by Serj Tankian, Can You Afford To Lose Me by Holly Humberstone, My Favourite Blue Jeans by De'Wayne and A Night Of A Thousand Vampires Live In London by The Damned.
All this and more. See you in the pit!
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