Tue, 4 February 2020
No! Don't run away! This is a super interesting episode I swear! For a few years Kyle has been trying to get our guest Ray Camacho to come on for this topic. Ray is in a super rad band called Sacer and studied theology in college. These two passions have lead to him having an impressive knowledge of faith based punk bands. Religious punk has been around almost as long as punk. The idea feels inherently contradictory and yet numerous subcultures and subgenres exist and thrive today. We chat about different faiths and the bands that have come out representing them. We also just have some interesting chats about the ideas of religion and the complicated relationship between religion and culture. Its a different kind of episode but I swear it's got lots of good bits and riffs.
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Kyle – The Troop by Nick Cutter (book)
Burnside – Waffle House Coffee mugs (object)
Laura – The Witcher 3 (video game)
Ray – Cheer (netflix series)
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