||Brand Spanking New! That is correct, Buzz and Mikey interviewed TV for the MSIG Army. This is a 30 minute or so Podcast interview.
This was conducted by phone before upcoming Tesco Vee's Hate Police mini midwest tour with White Flag.
Tesco Vee Interview
||Here is a quick interview that I have been sitting on for the last 3 months or so, but this was conducted via myspace over a couple of days. Deek is the lead vocalist for the Scottish Anarcho punk rock band OI POLLOI.
This was conducted right before they embarked on their 2006 European
||Patrick dug this out of his vault the
other day and scanned it in for the site. This was conducted back
in September of 1991 for the Carbondale Nitelife, the local entertainment
guide for southern Illinois. It was conducted by Aaron Nauth local
fanzine writer and journalist for the CN. It is a big one 724k or
so, but it is in high rez so you could read it. Shows you we haven't
really changed much in 15 years.
To tell you the truth, I don't even remember doing this.
||Well here it is the infamous Impulse Manslaughter interview that was conducted at the Lost Cross House back in January 1987. The tape that was lost for 15 years and then unearthed in a box in my attic, discovered while moving into my new home. The tape had to be manually forwarded to the end and then back in order to loosen it up so that I could digitize it for the MSIG archive vaults. This is an audio podcast interview.
||Vic Bondi is one of the scenes most vocal
and outspoken of progressive views in the hardcore scene. Originally
from the Chicago area and founder of the influential hardcore band
Articles of Faith, which lasted from 1981 until its released its final
full length album in 1985. Since then Vic has been busy being a professional
businessman and father, releasing a few independent project over the
last twenty years. Vic teamed up with J. Robbins to release the powerful
and relevant Report
Suspicious Activity on Alternative Tentacles. Vic took some time
to conduct this interview via email with MSIG right before they embark
on their mini east coast tour to support the new CD. RSA played
in Chicago on Feb. 18th, at Subterranean.
||Phillip Hill is a prolific musician hailing
from Nashville, TN, now hanging out in Chicago while his latest band
The Queers, are taking a break from their world tour. Phil started
playing in the speed Metal Hardcore band Caustic Solutions back in
the late eighties at the ripe old age of 16. He then started his power
Punk Rock band the Teen Idols that had a long ten year plus run, playing
in several continents and abruptly breaking up among differences within
the band. Phil is just taking a break before he heads to Australia
for a couple of weeks. Phil took some time to conduct this interview
via email with MSIG.
||The Bottletones are a prolific Rockabilly/Psychobilly/Surf
outfit that originated in the summer of 1992, located in Carbondale,
Illinois. Now playing as a four piece the band has seen some members
come and go and name changes over the years. Originally starting out
as Captain Rock and the Bottletones, the only original member and
core to the band was John Collins also known as Ace Bottletone. Now
in their 13th year and 4 records later, the band rocks on. MSIG tracked
down the prolific lead axe man to get the scoop on the future of the
||WDBX radio station is an independent
volunteer run organization located in southern Illinois in a small
college town of Carbondale. Maybe you heard of it? No well, the station,
what it lacks in bandwidth is rich in unique and diverse range of
music that you cannot hear on the corporate run stations that glut
the airwaves in this country. No you won't hear Buttfuck Boys or Brittany
Spears here.... Just the stuff that is only found on college and independently
run stations. For Carbondale this is a jewel in the Nile. Broadcasting
from 7 am to 3 am daily with a thirty mile radius...
||The Traitors are a loud, obnoxious hardcore
band that puts on an entertaining show, to say the least. An average
show contains nudity, stand-up comedy and an insane amount of physical
abuse towards their lead singer, Billy (vocals). Francisco (bass),
Marc (guitar) and Noah (drums) are a very tight band, and when you
combine them with the unique singing style of Billy, you get a powerhouse
of sound. We recently interviewed them after their record release
party at Fireside Bowl in Chicago.