WR183: Suburban Hypocrites

Episode 183 June 07, 2016 01:11:59
WR183: Suburban Hypocrites
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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

This week, we're in an apartment with really nice floors hanging out with young punks Suburban Hypocrites! We talk about the growing punk scene centred around the King's Hotel, "plaid" songs, the impossible task of defining "punk" and a lot more!

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