Sammy Warm Hands interviews Broadway Calls after their show in Portland, before a full-length conversation with Erin Micklow of Last Rockers TV.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews punk singer Russ Rankin (Good Riddance, Only Crime) and plays a song from the new GR album "Thoughts and Prayers."
Sammy Warm Hands interviews legendary punk producer Ryan Greene. Topics include recording on a budget, the art of producing, and classic albums from No Use For a Name, Good Riddance, Lagwagon, Strung Out, and the NOFX epic "The Decline."
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Web Beats aka Gabe Morley about their long and troubled history, as well as Yob origins, and his new project Dusted Temple.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Sage Francis & B Dolan about Epic Beard Men, Makeshift Patriot, Make Racists Afraid Again, Epitaph Records, and the story behind his own stage name.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews hardcore band ICED about their upcoming album and tour.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Nate Allen about Good Saint Nathanael, and his early days with Destroy Nate Allen.
Sammy Warm Hands breaks down his Top 10 albums of 2018, plus 10 honorable mentions.
Sammy Warm Hands and guest Ogar Burl provide commentary for Sammy's new double album, Figures of Speech!
Sammy Warm Hands interviews his friend and former tour mate, Lisa Vazquez. Topics include their ill-fated Fall Children tour, the reason live shows are always worth the trouble, and how she came to create her acclaimed debut, Gravity.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews singer Peter Feliciano about their upcoming collaboration, Pete's Kickstarter album, and possible themes for his own podcast. Additionally, for the first time on this podcast, the Task1ne incident is discussed at considerable length.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews two different guests on the road this week: Gift of Gab from Blackalicious and Sarx from GunsGodsGhosts. Conversations range from upcoming albums to DIY booking and everything in between.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews director Taylor Morden about his upcoming documentary film, "Pick it Up - Ska in the 90's."
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Ceschi Ramos about his band Anonymous INC, his upcoming solo records, and his practice of separating the art from the artist.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews singer-songwriter Leo London of The Domestics. This episode premieres London's new single "I've Learned to Sleep Alone." Plus, hear the new song "Never Again" from Dead Fucking Serious; about how the song was directly inspired by the survivors at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL.
Sammy Warm Hands and guest E. Ville discuss The ILLusionists' 10th anniversary, and provide commentary for their new album, "Digital Purgatory."
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Endr Won about his new album, Bigger Than Me, and his first nationwide tour. Dive deep into a lively discussion about sobriety, honesty, as well as Endr's music sabbatical and subsequent comeback.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews J Philly about his new group Dusted Temple and his origins as a Christian rapper. Philly is one of the absolute BEST unknown emcees in the Northwest, so DON'T SLEEP on Dusted Temple! This episode features "Code 3" from their new album, "The Habitual Farce."
Sammy Warm Hands discusses his Top 10 albums of 2017 and ALL of the honorable mentions. Special shout out to Cerebral Coretext and Ebb One, who made great records with me this year at Take 92.
Another shout out to Dusted Temple (Web & J Philly) and Toyfriend (Ecid & Louis Logic) who released both of their debut albums digitally. I make these lists by studying my record shelf, so I forgot to mention them on the recording!
Sammy Warm Hands interviews guest Sky Guasco about his successful independent band, Sol Seed. Learn how the band quit their jobs to make music four years ago, how they tour 150 dates a year, and hear a song from their brand new album "The Spark."
Sammy Warm Hands is back with a twist: while the first half of this episode takes you behind the scenes of the "Wildfire" viral video—plus the announcement of four upcoming projects—the majority of this podcast explores a fresh take on Justice League and Zack Snyder's DC Extended Universe.
Sammy Warm Hands and guests E. Ville & Gradient provide commentary over a full stream of "Arcane Amalgam," the new supergroup featuring Odar, Sammy Warm Hands, Sarx, and Carnage The Executioner.
Sammy Warm Hands interviews Crescent Moon (Kill The Vultures, Mixed Blood Majority) on location in Olympia, WA.
Sammy Warm Hands and guest Joel Weichbrodt provide commentary for a full stream of Sam's new album "Daydream." The post-show discussion revolves around the final Architex monthly at Luckey's and the reunion of The ILLusionists.