Pat from Australia's best skate-punk exports The Decline shares his memories of gigging, in jokes, and on-the-road antics.
Dan Gott gives his finest advice on surviving a tour, plus an excellent insight into life on the road with Snakerattlers.
We interviewed Ipswichs friendliest punks Casual Nausea about all things do-it-yourself, their progression over years of recordings and... poo. Lots of poo.
Jason Rees talks about why touring is a gift, despite flight delays, unreliable vehicles and too many hot chillis. We also learn all about his survival techniques and his Megamixes.
The latest episode of the Shout Louder Podcast features a conversation with Andrew Summers: Eat Defeat frontman and tour manager extraordinaire. Fresh from The Fest we talk about touring the USA, getting hounded by cops and surviving on caffeine.
Lucinda Livingstone gives us some sound advice for surviving touring, some fond memories and some amusing anecdotes from years on the road.
We talk to Laughing In The Face Of, one of the fastest, hardest-shredding bands in the UK, about how they've gotten faster as they've grown older, the challenges of self-recording and the joys of the punk rock scene.
We speak to heavy rock 'n' roll punks Disgraceland about their influences, their recent releases and their patient approach to the DIY punk rock race.
We spoke to Fabled Mind about Copenhagen, their fast melodic punk roots, songwriting, and how it feels to be part of the Lockjaw Records Crew.