Episode 163 - Autry Fulbright II (And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Vanishing Life)

Apr 09, 2018, 04:47 AM

And you will know us by the trail of our good time, cause this week on the show Damian is joined by his friend and basslord Autry Fulbright. Sit back and enjoy as Autry and Damian discuss growing up in a religious family that supported a punk rebellion and how it led him to play with one of his favourite bands as well as far reaching conversations about music, art and the power of punk.

Also Touched On:

Nothing off the record

The scary things talked about on the podcast

Hearing punk on 80’s radio


Liberal leaning Jehovah Witnesses: progression in a conservative framework

Getting into SST Records

Discovering the power of the Minutemen

Moving from LA to the suburbs of Georgia: a different world

Finding gold at the pawnshop

Why we choose the music we choose

Getting into labels

Fucked Up

And You Will Know By The Trail of Dead

Trance Syndicate Records: Cherbs

Butthole Surfers

Let the past live in the past

Roky Erickson


Calling Ian MacKaye

Bad Religion


Gold Standard Labs

Le Shock

Going to see h2o and your dad going too

Touring with Youth Of Today, Trash Talk, American Nightmare

Walter’s stage moves while playing bass

Stage diving on onto one person

Going to see Jethro Tull play there first show

MC5 and the flute

Unwritten Law

Shelter’s ska period

Matador goes rap

Kira and Mike Watt’s Dos

Flag and the gnarliness

“I’m going to be in Vanishing Life.”

Zach nails Suburban Home

NoFX’s I Heard They Suck Live is amazing

Lou Barlow is a genius

Which version of Crucified is the best?

War On Drugs

Seeing J around the world