The Faultline Social Podcast

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In episode one we are joined by Casey Cavaliere, guitarist for Philadelphian pop-punk innovators The Wonder Years.

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In the second episode, we are joined by Josh Portman who is best known for his playing bass in pop-punk giants Yellowcard.

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The third episode sees Bryony Williams join us as she discusses signing her first record deal and her excellent EP entitled “State I’m In”.

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Aaron Heard sings in hardcore outfit Jesus Piece
and plays bass in the shoegaze band Nothing. He is a multi-talented instrumentalist and a fantastic musician. Aaron talks about his main and early
musical influences, life on the road, and how he has
been coping during the lockdown.

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Episode five sees Giusepee
Capoluop joins us. He is best
known for his work drumming in the metalcore outfit The Devil Wears Prada. In this episode, Gieseppe talks about his musical journey, his early life and his approach to creating music.

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Nobody wanted to talk to us for episode six so we decided to talk to ourselves. Join the voices behind the words as they enter the virtual beer garden.

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Joe Boynton is best known for singing in the amazing punk band that was Transit. In this episode, Joe talks about his musical career, his upcoming project, and how music is truly still a major factor in Joes’ life.

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Venom Prison guitarist Ash Gray joins Theo for episode 8! Ash speaks about the formation of the band and the release planned for later this year.

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The English folk-punk legend joins Theo for episode 9. Frank talks about his current projects, his transition into the world of production, and talks about his plans for the future.

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Rob spoke to Shannon Taylor from the modern emo innovators Awakebutstillinbed. They discuss the band’s latest EP ‘Stay Who You Are” in great detail and much more!

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The voices behind the words return to the beer garden. They discuss the topic of separating artists from their art as well as much more!

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Rob sat down with Sean from Death Metal greats Ingested. They discuss the band remastering and re-releasing their debut EP and everything in-between.

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Jim spoke to musician Jack Cattell about the live scene in Birmingham, where he takes his influence, his creative process, working with a band, and his future plans.

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Jim sat down with the amazing talent that is Rhianna Keane, the Birmingham-born Singer discusses her influences, how the lockdown has treated her, her creative evolution, and her thoughts on the Birmingham music scene.

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Rob sat down with music industry legend Loren Israel. He goes into depth about how artists should approach creating and provides some hard-hitting career advice for aspiring bands.

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Nate Sander is a multitalented musician who has worked on many musical projects. He has played strings on The Wonder Years, Elder Brother, Casa Loma, and Aaron West releases as well as playing guitar for The Early November and CJ Ramone.

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Vinnie Caruana is a veteran of the punk scene known for his work fronting The Movie Life and I am The Avalanche. Vinnie tells some great stories in this episode and how the lockdown has treated him.

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Alex Erian took the deathcore genre to its maximum potential and modernized death metal by his band Despised Icon pushing the boundaries. He speaks about his career, his new life ventures, and everything in-between in this episode.

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Will Levy plays guitar for pop-punk giants The Story So Far, but Will has been exploring a new project where he plays bass called “Cold Moon”. He spoke about the early days of TSSF, the warped tour experiences, the band’s dynamic and how his songwriting process differs between his two projects.

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Rotting Out frontman Walter Delgado dived deep into his own feelings and philosophies as well as musical themes and the band’s latest album “Ronin”.

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Graywave combines a blend of shoegaze and dream pop to craft her excellent musical vision and sound. She spoke to Rob about how this project came to life, the evolution of her music, and transitioning from a band member to a solo artist.

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Múm was founded over twenty years ago now by Örvar Þóreyjarson Smárason and the bands work some of the finest experimental music created. Listen to this episode to hear about how the Icelandic musician created the band and its legacy.

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In this episode, Vatican guitarist Tom Lovejoy speaks about how the recent pandemic has affected his life and musical creations, his days in the pop-punk scene and Vatican’s plans for the future.

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In episode three of the beer garden Jim, Rob and Theo discuss the grey area of musicians paying for their music to be reviewed and some of the unkind practices that take advantage of new bands.

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Sam Bloor runs Lower Lane studios. He is a veteran of the music scene and his work has reached great heights. His work spans all genres and Sam is a true talent.

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UK Hardcore hero and Kunckledust vocalist Pelbu joins the show. He speaks about the roots of the band in this episode and how they made a name for themselves. He also speaks about his also musical projects and the label he runs.

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New Jersey has the answer to the future of Pop Punk, and it’s this band. All 3 members spoke to Rob and Theo for an intoxicated episode 27. Listen to their album “After Hours” and support this band.

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Jim sat down to talk to the lead guitarist for Fred Zeppelin. They have been playing together for 30 years and pay perfect homage to the original band. Gavin and James discuss a wide range of topics in this great chat.

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In this episode of the beer garden, the voices behind the words discuss what was the “golden age” of music.

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Rob speaks to Olivier Roy from hardcore punk band Boundaries. Boundaries are an energetic, talented young band and a key player in the modern Canadian hardcore scene.

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Rationale frontman Dan Lambton spoke to Rob for this great episode. The pair discuss his life after Real Freinds, history, venues in Chicago, the welsh language, Turnstile, and much more!

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TTNG drummer Chris Collis discusses his bands’ formation, math rock, songwriting, and his favorite musical memories of the band so far in this great episode.

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Mike Miley spoke to James all the way from Nashville while the Rival Sons are tracking their new record. They also discuss the bands’ new label and Mike’s musical journey so far and what has kept him constantly inspired.

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Sam Lambeth hails from the Middle of England and in this episode, he tells James all about his musical upbringing, his experience in the local scene playing in bands before going solo. Be sure to keep an eye out for his live show and his future EP.

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Chris Mansfield is best known for his work with the rock band “Fences”. He spoke to Theo about the reissue of the band’s 2019 record and EP due for release in April and they also dive into the past and his musical explorations.

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Rob expresses his love for pate and baguettes in this episode and the three writers discuss the topic of the death of the band; is it real or they just being hysterical as usual?

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Canadian drummer Mike Peters of hardcore giants ‘Cancer Bats’ joins Rob for episode 37 on the Faultline Social Podcast. They talk of course about how the band formed, Mike’s initial foray into music, and his influences. Check out their latest record ‘The Spark That Moves’ and lockdown-inspired recordings the ‘Separation Sessions’.

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Rob talks to Brandon Ossont, drummer for the emo rock band from Scranton PA, ‘The Maguas’. The band has been steadily growing and doing a fantastic job of making their mark on the world during exceptionally difficult times with the lockdown affecting live music massively.

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Today on the podcast we talk to Cat Speranza about her latest band project CAT SFX; a modern take on grunge and industrial music that Cat herself grew up listening to. We talk about her musical beginnings, her career as a songwriter and lyricist for others, and how she eventually came to be signed to Alan McGee’s record label.

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