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Jughead's Basement
Monthly examination of records that are important to me.
Category: Alternative
Location: Chicago, IL
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Every month, we will examine a different record that I find important to me, and also hear about why it's important to you.


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January 29, 2019 03:48 PM PST

Episode 39 - Danny Panic Here is an October 2012 Interview Jughead conducted with Panic for episode 2 on My Brain Hurts. Panic and Jughead talk about Screeching Weasel and some of their experiences in the band.


Opening song for Jughead's Basement used to be called Johnny's Got A Problem, NOT Johnny's Out Of Control.  In this podcast I call it by the wrong name.  It's a great song by the band DI.


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January 09, 2019 04:43 PM PST

Kody Templeman of The Lillingtons and Teenage Bottlerocket. This is a full interview with Kody from April 2013, talking about Death By Television and much much more.

 

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December 19, 2018 01:49 PM PST

Episode 37: Tim McIlrath, An unedited interview with Rise Against's lead singer and songwriter, Tim McIlrath, about their record Sufferer & The Witness.  Recorded in July of 2016.

 

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December 17, 2018 03:22 PM PST

Navajo Artist and Punk Rocker: Ryan Singer. Welcome to Jughead’s Basement Episode 36, subgenera, Lo Interviews with Hi Fi guests, today featuring an interview with Navajo artist and punk rocker, Ryan Singer. Ryan Singer currently resides and works out of his studio in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ryan allows many of his influences to affect his artwork including comic books Native art, pop art, and of course often created in his studio while listening to such bands as J Church, Black Flag, The Misfits, and even my band The Mopes. The first time I saw Ryan’s work online, I was impressed, and when The Mopes needed a new shirt design, Ryan was the first I asked.

Ryan Singer video

Ryan Singer Art Facebook

 

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December 10, 2018 02:04 PM PST

This is episode 35.  Hayley Cain, from Hayley and The Crushers, and Jughead talk Punk music, life, theater, writing, and even a bit of psychology. Hayley and her husband Doctor Caine were also together previously in their punk band Magazine Dirty. Hayley and Jughead have been corresponding for over a year now, and they began to work together to help each other out with social media. During this period their correspondences turned into a pretty cool friendship. This subgenera episode is a bit closer to a dueling interview format because Hayley had many questions for Jughead, but you will learn quite a bit about Hayley Cain too.

Hayley & The Crushers

Hayley's Blog

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November 25, 2018 04:35 PM PST

Paul Russel is an artist known for his work on HALO and creating the Screeching Weasel Logo: Paul and I met when we were in high school, and together we made films and worked together on many artistic pursuits. Paul is the artist who created the original Screeching Weasel logo plastered on bodies across the world, he was also the guy who came up with the name Halo for Xbox and created the walls and textures of that very same game. For the past 5 years he has been creating birthday portraits of his many friends. He has done 700 to date.

Philosopher Zone on video games

Paul Russel's Patreon

 

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November 19, 2018 04:31 PM PST

An interview with famed musician and engineer Steve Albini. This is an unedited interview Jughead conducted with Steve Albini back in 2014, co-interviewed with the help of Russ Forester. In this interview we discuss Steve's childhood and coming to Chicago, his beginnings with Big Black, concerts, and thoughts on their album Atomizer.

This interview is unedited and in no particular order.

 

 

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October 30, 2018 10:42 PM PDT

Jughead’s Basement featuring Moral Crux’s 1998 release Something More Dangerous released on Panic Button Records. Moral Crux formed in 1983 with frontman then and now James Farris and the then guitar player Jeff Jenkins. Soon down the line they would add the incredible bass player Justin Warren and they would go on to release various recordings with a diverse amount of smaller labels such as Velveteen Records, Polemic records, Vandal Children Records, Monitor Records before Ben Weasel approached them and convinced them they needed a proper release on the Lookout/Panic Button record label he and I were running at the time. The album was recorded with Mass Giorgini at Sonic Iguana in Lafayette Indiana, and now on this episode we bring you singer songwriter James Farris, Bass payer Justin Warren, and producer Mass Giorgini to give us a lesson in good strong pop punk songwriting from Moral Crux

 

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October 03, 2018 01:23 AM PDT

Jughead's Basement takes an odd existential turn on its sub genre: Lofi Interviews with Hi Fi Guests. We believe this is needed in this world of today, a bit of honesty and compassion. In this episode we focus on punk influenced parents talking to their children about... what happens next.

Denis Buckley

Dino Stamatopoulos

Erica & Jeff Spreitzer

Ray Carlisle

Kate (Punky) Schultz

Daryl Wilson

Adam Rip

Jonas Cannon

Portia Sykes

Christopher Appelgren

Dan Vapid

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September 27, 2018 02:39 PM PDT

Welcome again to Lo-Fi Interviews with Hi-Fi guests, Teacher, Mike Lamphere. This is the second in a series of four interviews I have conducted and will release consecutively with Punks working in the fields of service to the common good. I have interviewed, a punk doctor, teacher, police officer, and firefighter. Listen to Mike and John talk about The Fairness of Authority, Moral Models, Chicago Punk Rock, and how to guide the younger generations even though we are older and don't quite understand them. (as it should be). Dr. Mike Lamphere was born in Chicago, Illinois and spent his formative years in the pit at the Fireside Bowl, Metro, and various clubs in the Chicagoland area.  While attending undergrad college he was an active member of the scene in Carbondale, IL where he played in the Riff Randells as a member of the Lost Cross Music Co-op.  In 2000 he moved to Denver and then Colorado Springs where he is still an active member in the local music scene.   He finished his PhD in 2012 and after 16 years of teaching English and film classes has moved in to a role as Dean of Students at an Early College Program.  He currently is writing music for an upcoming project as well as a piece on music and youth culture/identity.

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