Post-Punk.com presents interviews and discussions about post-punk, goth, industrial, synth, and shoegaze, and more! Hosted by Editor in Chief Alex Baker, along with an assortment of contributing editors, the Post-Punk Podcast is an oral history of a thriving music scene that initially began during the late 70s. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/postpunk/support
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On the fifth episode of the Post-Punk Podcast, our Editor-in-Chief Alex Baker spoke to Wayne Hussey of The Mission, a band that formed in wake of The Sisters of Mercy's debut album First and Last and Always, and its aborted follow-up. more
On the fourth episode of the Post-Punk Podcast, our Editor-in-Chief Alex Baker catches up with his old friend Doc Hammer following the release of his band Weep's recent album Too Much Nothing. more
On the third episode of the Post-Punk Podcast music industry veteran and contributing editor Thomas Thyssen joins Editor in Chief Alex Baker for an interview with Clan of Xymox founder and frontman Ronny Moorings. more
Especially episode 4 with Doc Hammer
Great interviewer!! Worth your time.
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Post-Punk Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 5 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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