Jughead's Basement is hosted by Screeching Weasel, Mopes, and Even In Blackouts' co-founder John Jughead Pierson. The podcast has three subcategories: Dissections of punk records. Long-form interviews of punk & alternative musicians, comedians, and underground performers. Plus, lastly, an old fashion radio adventure that tells the twisted tale of two men attached to one body roaming an unknown mansion meeting and interviewing different guests every episode.
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Episode 160: Sascha Altman DuBrul bassist for Choking Victim, Activist, Punk Journalist, and Mental Health Advocate talks to us about Twins!, Zoom & the World Past And Present In Face of the Industrial and Digital Revolutions, Carl Jung and The Shado... more
Episode 159 with Jon Ginoli of The Outnumbered and Pansy Division on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests. In this episode Jon talks with us about The Outnumbered Releases, Steve Dahl and the Chicago Disco Demolition, Coming Out In 1981, Ginoli's Incompl... more
Episode 158: Bruce Stuckey of Toxic Reasons talks to us about Aldo Giorgini and his Intelligent Offspring, Working with Paul Mahern of Zero Boys, Punk in the Ronald Reagan Age, Cynicism Idealism and Political Bands, Discussion of Rebellion and Bruce'... more
Love it! Great interviews with interesting guests from the punk rock world. Highly recommended!
John’s episodes have evolved over the years. He continuous to do an amazing job digging into the background of each guest which helps him to engage in an interesting and effective manner. I have come to learn many facts and back stories on many of my favorite bands and musicians, esp most recently both Vindictives and Kody T (Lillingtons, SACK and TBR). I also appreciate that John doesn’t only stick to guests within the genre of his own bands. Recommended!
I always look forward to new episodes. Jughead has a warm and friendly conversational style with just a touch of silliness. His interviews are thoughtful and informative and great for any fans of punk or punk-adjacent music.
I initially started listening based on who the guests were. Now I sometimes find the episodes with people I don’t know anything about to be the most interesting. John’s conversations are consistently engaging and entertaining.
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Jughead's Basement launched 10 years ago and published 152 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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