The page is dedicated to the 'goosebump' moments in Punk and Hardcore music including Post Hardcore, Melodic Hardcore, and Emotional Hardcore
Steve Kleisath, drummer for Further Seems Forever and The Darling Fire joined The Don and Grizz on The Don's Hit List to talk about some of the goosebump moments in the songs from his two bands. After our segment with Steve ends, we continue to dive in the Further Seems Forever catalog pulling out the great goosebump moments.
Skylar is the vocalist, guitarist, songwriter for the incredible post hardcore band out of Rochester NY: TAKING MEDS. Their influences go from all of the great Post Hardcore bands out of Chapel Hill, NC such as Superchunk, Archers of Loaf, and Polvo. They also have influences including Jawbox, Shiner, and Failure. This was an excellent featuring excellent goosebump moments in the music.
Ray Carlisle of Teenage Bottlerocket joined The Don's Hit List to go over some of the goosebump moments in the band's songs. Personal favorite songs we dive into is "The First Time I Did Acid Was The Last Time I Did Acid".
Jason Camacho of Audio Karate discuss tracks from their upcoming album "Malo". Bill Stevenson (Black Flag / Descendents / All) joins the show to discuss the goosebump moments in the collections of music as well as one of his favorite moments in the studio.
The band from the Golden State, Bristol To Memory, joins The Don's Hit List to go over the goosebump moments in their music. The band is influenced by Lagwagon, Cursive, and The Get Up Kids. This all comes out in their music and thus multiple goosebump moments.
Jason Camacho of Audio Karate joins The Don's Hit List to discuss the goosebump moments in "Space Camp" and "Lady Melody"
Director Kyle Kilday of the music documentary film "The Last Scene" joins The Don's Hit List to discuss the project. The film is about the underground hardcore/emo scene from 1997 to 2007. How it went from garages to DIY shows to mainstream.
"The Don" is joined by the Mexican punk band El Shirota. What you will learn is that the Mexican punk/post hardcore scene is alive and well. This band has all of the elements of the great underground punk/post hardcore bands of the 90s in the US.
"The Don" goes through the Rise Against catalogue finding the 'goosebump' moments in the songs. He also chats with Tim Mcilrath (Lead Vocalist/Guitars/Lyrics) of Rise Against regarding a few of these tracks. Matty from Madness To Creation magazine joins as well.