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Carlos Verdugo (Sublime w/ Rome)

Carlos Verdugo AKA “C-Los” is one of the true brothers. San Diego through and through, he takes us through the journey, and we respect the fuck out of it! The blade sharpened in the tribal seeds, and now fills some of the biggest shoes around. Enjoy another epic conversation, only at Disposable Heroes! Aloha 


Episode 34 – Marshall Goodman (Ras MG) – Sublime, Long Beach Dub All Stars

We are pleased to present the first album focused episode of Disposable Heroes! Ras MG takes us back to the sites, smells and sounds of 30 years ago, these glorious years being the time of recording the monumental album, Sublime’s “40 oz. to Freedom”. Many people don’t know that Marshall played the drums on that record, which in our opinion would not be same without him, as you will hear in the conversation! The drum parts on 40 oz. to Freedom are even part finesse and fire, it’s as if a 5 star jazz drummer was commissioned to play reggae, punk… Read more »


The Fixer Riggs Polls, Sublime with Rome, Angry/Happy NFL Fans

DJT’s now famed and former personal attorney, Michael “The Fixer” Cohen, fumbles rigging online polls during the 2016 debates. Speaking of fumbles, angry and happy NFL fan audio, as America gears up for the Super Bowl. And a very special guest, Rome, of Sublime with Rome, calls in to talk music, legalizing marijuana, The Wall and more.   


Fall Out Boy Announced As Headliners For Riot Fest 2024

Riot Fest is officially back for 2024, taking place on September 20, 21, and 22 at Bridgeview, Illinois’ Seatgeek Stadium. Headliners include Fall Out Boy on Friday, Beck on Saturday, and Slayer on Sunday. The festival lineup boasts myriad rock staples including The Offspring, who are playing their 1994 LP Smash, NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, and beyond. Plus, rising stars such as Heart Attack Man, Sweet Pill, and Loveless, will also be taking to the Riot Fest stages. While announcing their festival slot, Fall Out Boy shared, “[H]aving a big ol’ Chicago homecoming + headlining #RiotFest on September… Read more »


Hot Water Music Releases “After The Impossible” Featuring City And Colour

On the eve of their 30th anniversary full-length album, Vows, which is slated to arrive tonight at midnight, Hot Water Music has unleashed their out-of-this-world, 1980s-inspired new single and accompanying video for “After The Impossible,” featuring City And Colour. “When we started trying to figure out the concept for this video, the one thing we wanted to avoid was ‘man misses woman/woman misses man,’” the band shares of the accompanying music video. “That’s been done enough, right? One of the earlier concepts was two friends trying to reconnect. That fairly simple concept went through a few wild iterations: are the… Read more »


South Star Music Festival Announces Their First Lineup With blink-182 And Gwen Stefani As Headliners

We’re heading down to Alabama for the inaugural South Star Music Festival! blink-182 and Gwen Stefani are slated to headline at John Hunt Park on September 28 and 29 in Huntsville, AL. Music fans can register to receive the passcode for Thursday, April 25’s pre-sale that will run from 10 AM ET to 10:40 AM ET, with public sale occurring at 10:40 AM ET, onward. The two-day festival includes other popular acts: Shinedown, Beck, Vanessa Carlton, Winona Fighter, and many others. Attendees who are dedicated sports fans don’t need to worry about missing any football games either; South Star Sports… Read more »


Jakobs Castle Releases New Track “2 Hours Ago”

Jakobs Castle has dropped his single “2 Hours Ago” along with a music video that combines vintage and modernity to deliver a cyber-surf vibe. The track is off of his upcoming debut album, Enter: The Castle, out on April 12 via Epitaph Records.  “I stopped giving a fuck 2 hours ago/Now I feel better,” kicks off the chorus, but it isn’t being said in an aggressive tone. The delivery vocalist Jakob Nowell emits equates to shrugging off negativity and rolling around the boardwalk on your penny board. “Everybody needs to stop giving a fuck, sometimes,” the alt-indie artist says. Mixing… Read more »


Green Day ‘Saviors’ Tracks Ranked

The day is finally here! Today marks the highly anticipated release of Green Day‘s fourteenth album, Saviors—a momentous occasion as the legendary trio unveils their first collection of new music in almost four years. As we delve into the 15-track album, each listener is bound to form their unique opinions, fall in love with and possibly loathe tracks based on moods, messages, and the overall approach to the sound and style. To add to the excitement, we’ve taken the liberty of ranking all the tracks based on our early listening experience—from favorites that resonated deeply, like “Bobby Sox” and “Father… Read more »

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