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J. Robbins Discusses New Album "Un-becoming" and Changes In Songwriting | Feature Interview

J. Robbins Discusses New Album "Un-becoming" and Changes In Songwriting | Feature Interview

Un-becoming arrives on the heels of J. Robbins’ old band Jawbox’s reunion and was recorded in the cracks of work, family obligations, and between rounds of video game sessions with his son. Does this mean that Robbins, now straddling the line between musician, producer, and father, has strayed from punk and into the feared territory of “dad rock” on his new record? In a word, no.

Writer's Workshop: Wayne Kramer of the MC5 (and the MC50) | Feature Interview

Writer's Workshop: Wayne Kramer of the MC5 (and the MC50) | Feature Interview

Asked if he minded discussing some of the gory details of his career and his new autobiography, The Hard Stuff: Dope, Crime, the MC5, and My Life of Impossibilities, such as a long and tumultuous struggle with addiction, snafus with the law, and the ups and downs (mostly ups) of getting sober, Wayne Kramer laughed off the question as if it was absurd.

Dissecting Gouge Away with Vocalist Christina Michelle | Feature Interview

Dissecting Gouge Away with Vocalist Christina Michelle | Feature Interview

Cranking up Burnt Sugar, it is easy to imagine Gouge Away playing live. The seminal album from September 2018 was blasted straight to Jack Shirley’s tape reel in Oakland, California; the organic Gouge Away we hear on Burnt Sugar is what we’re going to get if we see the Florida band live.

See My Friends Records Discuss Portland DIY, Safe Spaces, & Keeping Prices Low | Feature Interview

See My Friends Records Discuss Portland DIY, Safe Spaces, & Keeping Prices Low | Feature Interview

Portland, OR based label See My Friends was started in 2016 by Stevie Pohlman and Vince Skelly, and quickly became one of the most exciting labels in the NW with full lengths by Mope Grooves and Honey Bucket, a series of short run compilation cassettes, and tapes by acts like Lithics and Conditioner.

Clearance Finds "Leisure" | Post-Trash Feature

Clearance Finds "Leisure" | Post-Trash Feature

Much of the material on Clearance’s recently released record, At Your Leisure, stems from the fallout of both a breakup and the election, which followed Bellis’ month-long visit to New Zealand. Clearance has learned you’re not guaranteed anything when doing music other than the material you create.

The Encyclopedia of Craig Wedren | Post-Trash Feature Interview

The Encyclopedia of Craig Wedren | Post-Trash Feature Interview

A to Z: The Encyclopedia of Craig Wedren, sheds light on Craig’s multi-faceted music career - spanning across his solo career, television and film soundtrack work, and of course Shudder to Think. He is a true musician’s musician and one that everybody who loves music as a craft should know a lot more about.

Tundrastomper Discuss The Creation of "For Steffen Only" | Feature Interview

Tundrastomper Discuss The Creation of "For Steffen Only" | Feature Interview

Following an exceptional review of Tundrastomper's For Steffen Only, Post-Trash is excited to share a supplemental interview between Thrin Vianale and Tundrastomper's Max Goldstein, who constructed the experimental behemoth of a release, and elaborated a bit more about the record.

Wildhoney Discuss Their Favorite Slumberland Releases In Celebration of "SLR30 Singles Subscription Series" | Feature Article

Wildhoney Discuss Their Favorite Slumberland Releases In Celebration of "SLR30 Singles Subscription Series" | Feature Article

Wildhoney put together a playlist and a list of their favorite Slumberland release, offering, "Slumberland Records is one of the most formative labels for Wildhoney, here are our top 10 favorite releases in their 30 year history".