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This Is Hardcore Podcast is inspired by the people and culture that make things possible. Interviews, stories and plenty of insight and inspiration in the do-ers, the makers and the people pushing the culture over the last 4 decades. There is an unbelievable amount of great DIY information being discussed and will be disseminated through these conversations, in hopes of instilling a hard work ethic in the new generations and a rekindling a connection to the old ways for the old school listeners.
 
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Joe Mckay/ Richie Mancuso / Geoff Gavin

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In case you didn't get enough out of our other podcasts, Post America Podcast, Broad Street Breakdown and This Is Hardcore Podcast... Here we are. Richie from Post America, OG Geoff from Broad Street and Joe from TIHC come together on the show and talk the way we do when we are hanging outside of a show or on the steps of the tattoo shop. From the music we are enjoying, to deeper discussions into the culture and the history of Hardcore, Punk and metal, to things going on around Social Media, ...
 
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We're back. We get deep into a few things going on in the world at large and then take on the Rittenhouse Trial. It was a few days before the verdict and it took me a few days to get time to pull this together, so sorry if the arguments made don't hold up with the not guilty verdict being the outcome.Once again, we would like to thank you all for t…
 
Episode 58 Joe Mchenry -Being Thankful for Everything Hardcore Punk Has Given Us.With the Holiday season upon us, I wanted to introduce you to Joe Mchenry, One of my best friends whose love and passion for hardcore has pushed me when I needed some uplifting. You've heard us bring him up before but I wanted to spend some time talking about the good …
 
Episode 57 Parris Mayhew Part 2 : City Kids, The Story Behind The Music.With the release of "City Kids" the second video/song from The Aggros, Parris returns to the podcast to discuss the details from the inspiration to the technical aspects of shooting the video, as well as the creation of the music and what went into the writing from inspiration …
 
Last week was hectic and this week was equally difficult to get the task done so I prattle on about some things related to the show, our world that might not have been covered in detail etc. Be sure to check out www.daze-style.comOpening track of the episode- Out For Justice " Guillotine" off the new LP "Nothin To Prove"get your preorders via Daze …
 
Episode 56 Cris Powerhouse. No Regrets.. A Story of Finding Purpose.There is few stories that go deeper than Cris'. From hard lessons learned in his teens in the streets of North Jersey and NYC, to his home of the last 30 years, there was alot to overcome for him. Through Powerhouse, he found new meaning and purpose, and through the band, they help…
 
We are back with a banger. This is the longest episode to date, with alot on the table up for discussion, the Jane Doe artwork of Converge, Dave Mustaine or Lars..Our favorite mob movies.. A lot of give and take on all ends, with the gloves coming off and no one holding back. Opening Track of the Episode : Z9 "We Don't Come in Peace"Richie's new ba…
 
Episode 55 Mikey Hood. Sacramento Hardcore KingIt would be impossible to talk about West Coast Hardcore and do this tour without Mikey Hood. From his earliest days in the burgeoning Sacramento Punk scene to the early days of the Northern California Hardcore scene, he was there as an integral part. Once Hoods formed and he began traveling out East, …
 
Episode 54 Zack Nelson. The Voice of OxNARDcore and 185 Miles South Podcast.First Stop on TIHC Podcast West Coast Tour!Oxnard, California and its greatest champion Zack Nelson. I met Zack back in the early 00's in Sacramento while my band and his (In Control) crossed paths. Later as I began thinking about doing a podcast, it was his 185 Miles South…
 
Episode 53. Andy Rice. Hard Work & Hard Lessons in Booking Hardcore Bands. Most of the bands that would come to rise in the era at the outset of This Is Hardcore Fest, Sound & Fury and United Blood are bands that would or have been booked by Andy Rice. His story is much like so many others on the show. Self taught from touring in previous bands, le…
 
With some frustrating technical issues in the previous week and some guests rescheduling, I tackle a project set initially for Patreon to put on the main feed. Hope you all enjoy it. Thank you very much for the patience. Opening Track(s) of the EpisodeOut For Justice "For The Fallen Few"off the upcoming record NOTHIN 2 PROVE, coming this october on…
 
Episode 51. Bob Wilson. PAHC Legend In The Making.Bob Wilson may be one of the most passionate people in hardcore today. From his early teens he was obsessed with hardcore punk. Over time he would pull together his first band Let Down, an angry straight edge band from the suburbs of Philadelphia. They were absolutely the definition of "in your face…
 
Episode 4 We're back ! This time we tackle the vaccination card requirements, we discuss our favorite Oi! bands and we talk alot of shit.We speak early on some life "redo's" if we could change things.Richie makes OG and Joe play a game centered around the Best Hardcore bands of the decades and the debates rage on. https://soundcloud.com/the-post-am…
 
Episode 50. FYA Fest 8 Announcement with Bob Wilson.FYA Fest 8 was announced today. So on the special occasion of the announcement and coinciding with our 50th Episode, I brought Bob Wilson, who is a friend to me and no stranger to any listener of the podcast, as the organizer of FYA fest. We go through some background early history of the fest and…
 
Episode 49. 49 minutes of Thank You and What's in Store for TIHC Podcast and more.Why not just talk for 49 minutes on the precipice of achieving 50 episodes right? Not much to really summarize here, some thoughts on how to better treat everyone regarding all the various issues in the world today.Thoughts on future guests, upcoming philly shows and …
 
Episode 48 Rob Will To Live. Tested and True.Where would Texas Hardcore be without Rob and Will To Live? From growing up in El Salvador, immigrating to the US, Rob would grow to love the underground music scene, be it death metal, or later when he found Sick Of It All.Once he landed in Houston, he found his home and began building the scene into th…
 
Welcome back to the Rule Of Three. Episode 3.. Three of the Three..Sorry for the absence, the world is spinning quicker with so many shows and things opening back up. The crew got back into it and covered a few things and had a good time mixing it up on more than just the punk rock music topic. From Connor McGregor and more..Looking forward to drop…
 
Episode 47 Carl Porcaro Part 2. From Breakdown to Killing Time, Cheap Thrills and The Bright Side Of It AllWe return to the story Carl was telling from Episode 40. It begins with a schism in the Breakdown camp which would to the formation of Raw Deal and a whole new story unfolds. From the demo to The Bright Side, and all the things that would come…
 
Episode 46. Some Thoughts, Some Ramblin On and Talk of Shows Returning.I took some time to discuss the We're With Stu show, The Year of The Knife Record Release and talked about upcoming shows, Hardcore and how I feel about it now as the world opens back up.Probably a little too much Ramblin, but at least its only an hour of it.www.dropkickmurphys.…
 
Episode 45 Shane Merrill. 20 plus years of Heists, Rumbles and Chicago Hardcore Shows.Shane Merrill is another long time friend whose work out of a small Knights of Columbus in a suburb just outside of Chicago inspired alot of what would come into play with This Is Hardcore . The Arlington Heist was one of the first "fests" we would attend annually…
 
www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode44A long time ago, I picked up an issue of a fanzine in a store off of South Street. In Effect it was, featuring Sick Of It All and Sheer Terror on the cover, and the rest was history. Chris Wynne would start In Effect after working on New Breed #1 with Freddy Alva. Learning how to put a zine together, he w…
 
Episode 43. Bill Wilson. The Man Who Showed Us Where The Wild Things Are.www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode43This is a bucket list conversation for the podcast, or at least for me. Being a fan of the bands that came from Blackout! Records and what Bill Wilson did for NYHC and beyond as a teenager, It was really something special to take 2.5…
 
Episode 42. Sunny Singh on How To Use Your Platform To Amplify The Voice Of Otherswww.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode4240 Episodes ago, I spoke to Sunny on his background and the inspiration and motivation to create Hate5Six.com and the many facets of his media channel. 9 months later, I check back in on him, not only to see what he's been u…
 
Episode 41 Eddie Sutton. Surviving The Rise and Fallwww.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode41The story of Eddie Sutton is not only the story of Leeway and their unparalleled impact and influence on hardcore and beyond, but also the tale of the trials and tribulations of many street kids in the world. Speaking to Eddie today, decades after his ba…
 
Episode 40 Carl Porcaro A Tale Told of Sick People.. (photo credit : Angela Owens)Who doesn't want to hear the origins of one of the most influential guitarists in all of Hardcore? From his metalhead roots in Yonkers, to the way the band Breakdown formed and their glorious yet very short initial run.This conversation is shorter than others, yet we …
 
Episode 39 Mike Gitter... What Makes A Man Start Fires?www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode39Mike Gitter started in the second generation of Hardcore Punks, in a small town in Massachusetts, that would place him perfectly in the right place to find hardcore punk, and meet so many people who would be integral for his life and career moving for…
 
Episode 2 With an idea of how to keep our episodes focused and moving, we discuss the recent hardcore shows in Los Angeles and Tompkins Square Park in NYC and how the internet reacted to the shows. We get into the who and the why of some of these reactions. This was fun to go back and forth on the varying points between the shows, and the things su…
 
The Rule Of Three Whenever the three of us talk, either in pairs or altogether its a blast. So after talking about the possibility of 3 guys, representing 3 podcasts get together and do their own thing, it sounded exciting. This is the first episode of just that. Richie from Post America Podcast,OG Geoff from Broad Street Breakdown and Joe from Thi…
 
Episode 38 Rule of Three Volume 2This is the next installment of the Rule Of Three Podcast. This time out, OG Geoff (Broad Street Breakdown) Richie Krutch (Post America Podcast/ Wisdom In Chains) and I talk NY and LA shows, the internet's reactions and the politics behind all of it. This is the last Episode of Rule of Three that will be featured in…
 
Episode 37 Paul Conroy. Fighting The Good Fight.www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode37Paul Conroy's story of rising up the ranks from the very bottom of the ladder in the Philadelphia area metal scene to becoming one of American Metal / Hardcore and Metalcore's biggest champions is absolutely a must listen. There is so much to learn from his …
 
Episode 36 Back To The Beginning: TIHC 2006www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode36Its time to talk TIHC. Something I've been meaning to do, but never had the stream of conscience thought or the time to push forward and try to record an episode on my own. This is 2 hours of my thoughts on This Is Hardcore's origins, some ideas and general who, …
 
Episode 35 The Rule of Three.. Featuring Richie Krutch and OG Geoff of Broad Street Breakdownwww.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode35The Long Awaited meeting of the minds!! The Rule Of Three. Back on Episode 25, Richie Krutch of Post America Podcast appeared to the Podcast for the 2nd time. We talked alot which spurned quite a few ideas that we…
 
Episode 34 Norman Brannon. A Journey from New York Hardcore to Post Hardcore and Back.www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode34Norman's story has more turns than most of our guests. But like many of our recent ones, it starts in a familiar place: Queens. From Queens, to the LES and the world of hardcore shows, Norman is someone who fell in love …
 
Episode 33. Darren Walters. Lessons Learned While Changing The Tone of Hardcore and Indie Music .When you talk to someone like Darren Walters, you have the opportunity to learn more than you may never realize.In fact, the kid who would hit a homerun with his first label and first release, Turning Point's 7" on Hi Impact, wouldn't stop there. He'd g…
 
Episode 32 Walter Schreifels. A Look Into His Early Years.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode32Walter Schreifels discography is one of the most celebrated not only in NYHC but in hardcore punk and indie music. Due to a short window of time, the conversation focuses at the very beginning of Walter finding music and hardcore punk in hi…
 
Episode 31 Richie Birkenhead.. A Unique Voice.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode31From the earliest days of NYHC, Richie Birkenhead was there, but in a different position that you'd might expect. His growing up in Upper West Side and high school would lead him to the Lower East Side and playing in the clubs that would be the first h…
 
Episode 30 Parris Mayhew. The Age of Chaos Magichttps://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode30Parris Mayhew is someone whose voice has been drowned out in the conversation regarding CroMags for many reasons. Most importantly, he has been very busy with his full time work as a Steadicam operator, working in Film and TV steadily throughout the …
 
Episode 29 Danny Diablo. From the Streets of Queens to the Hardcore Scene.www.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode29It would be impossible to talk about NYHC without bringing up 2 topics. One is the impact of Queens and the amount of residents who make up a large portion of the talent that would dominate NYHC for 4 decades. The second…
 
EPISODE 28 JEFF GUNNELLS . A STORY OF REDEMPTION.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode28This Episode is dedicated to the Memory of Ashley Ann Lohrer Gunnells, Jeff's oldest daughter.Her birthday was March 5, 1988. She would have been 33 on the day of this episode's release. May God Rest Her Soul. The conversation I had with Jeff took p…
 
Episode 27 Aaron Earl Heard. Philly Hardcore's Prominent Son.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode27PHOTO CREDIT: https://www.instagram.com/shotsbydoncarterAudio Edited by Wyatt Oberholzer. www.wyattoberholzer.comAaron Earl Heard is someone who've I've watch grow from a young man finding his way into hardcore, to being a Frontman whose…
 
Episode 26 Luis Aponte.. Growing, Learning and Understanding.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode26Luis Aponte, a son of PAHC grew up in Allentown, learning from his father about hardcore and straight edge at a very young age. Between skateboarding, finding DIY shows to attend at the Secret Art Space in Bethlehem, PA, he would be full…
 
Episode 25 The Return of Richie Mancuso... Hardcore's Cultural Value and It's Successes.https://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode25There is no better person to be This Is Hardcore Podcast's first return guest : Richie Mancuso.For those who haven't checked out his first appearance, http://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode7 is an aw…
 
Episode 24 - Damien Rodriguez. Smashing Through Everything and Never Giving Up.http://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode24Damien Rodriguez is a talented tattooer who is best known for his japanese art. But before he became known on multiple continents for his beautiful work, he was a stalwart of the Philadelphia Hardcore scene. Damien is al…
 
Episode 23 Greg Falchetto... From The Mongoloids to Digital Managmenthttps://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode23Greg Falchetto grew up in New Jersey Hardcore. He was going to shows all through north and central NJ before he was even able to drive. He would learn the ropes of selling merch with bands like Senses Fail before he would even gr…
 
Episode 22 Alex March.. Energy, Healing and the Power to Overcome.www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode22Alex has lead an incredible life, and has battled and won against demons, spoke to angels and has managed to heal so many with her many talents and innate spirituality which has been with her since a very early age. Today she manages her ti…
 
Episode 21 Jamie Bissonnette.. Under the Knifehttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode21Jamie Biss is the embodiment of hard work and the success that comes from it. So much of his story starts like all of ours, as a disenfranchised kid, who happens to find a place in the world. `Where punk and hardcore would supplant any need to focus ene…
 
Episode 20: Zack Thorne - Respect Through Riffs.http://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode20Few hardcore guitarists have left such an indelible mark on hardcore as our Guest Zack Thorne, yet many may not even know his story. Zack in his teenage years played in Bulldoze, and alongside Mike the Bull, are responsible for what is commonly and si…
 
Episode 19 Aram Arslanian .. Voice of Changehttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode19In 2021, we shed the worries of 2020. I couldn't think of someone whose story was more inspiring than Aram's. From growing up in punk in Alberta, Canada to coming to the Pacific Northwest and starting Champion, balancing his love of hardcore punk and his …
 
Episode 18 Scott Vogel.. Keeping The Faithphoto by anne spinahttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode18Scott Vogel’s name in hardcore is so well known, that its hard to even consider where to start.Just like our guest on episode 1, I wrote a letter to Scott Vogel in 97 about booking his band Despair, and later would book Buried Alive’s fir…
 
Episode 17 Juice E Joel Murphy... Welcome To Memphishttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode17This Is Hardcore Fest would look much different if not for Juice/Joel Murphy and his creative talents.From the first day I met him almost 20 years ago, we became instant best friends and the rest was history. Juicy Joel was the singer of Clenched …
 
Episode 16 Rob Sullivan of Ruiner... Getting Wreckedhttp://www.thisishardcorefest.com/podcast/episode16Rob Sullivan is an amazing character from the Baltimore hardcore scene. Whether he was booking Bad Luck 13, or helping out CCAS, he has made an impact locally and was insanely dedicated to preserving the DIY venue and supporting the area's hardcor…
 
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