WR683: North Graffiti

Episode 683 April 24, 2022 00:42:47
WR683: North Graffiti
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WR683: North Graffiti
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Show Notes

Here's a fun conversation with North Graffiti frontman Johannes Lodewyks about the group's brand new Modern Relics album!

We talked about DIY punk rock and its connections to blue-collar rock n’ roll, about the long-delayed release and North Graffiti’s future plans, and a heck of a lot more.

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