Wednesday, October 10, 2018

I'm Afraid of Americans

Well, this has been a week hasn't it. Today's episode of Wednesdays With Andrew promises to soothe your soul with an eclectic mix of punk (and punkish) bands from all over the globe. 

Oh, and I made a map.

Listen to the newest episode of #WWA to check out tunes from bands like Stiff Little Fingers, Hi-Standard, Oxymoron, Burning Heads, Los Kung Fu Monkeys and more..

Liner notes:

This week, we have a motherfuckin' map to serve as our tracklist! 

Pretty, pretty, pretty good. Explore the map to see where your fresh tunes are being sourced

Here's the video to Bowie/Reznor's video for I'm Afraid of Americans:

Oh and go support an up-and-coming garage punk band from the Netherlands! Say HALLO to Captain Ortega and listen to their music and such.

It's funny, 'hallo' is Dutch for 'hello'...but that's how I say hello anyway. So I'm halfway there to learning Dutch.

That's it, catch ya next week

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

And all the ladies rolled their eyes

Goooooooooooooooooood morning ladies and gents, and welcome to the freshest episode of Wednesdays With Andrew, your weekly overdose of punk (and punkish!) rock.

Today I play some great tunes, new and old, explore one of my favorite topics (SUPER GROUPS!), ramble about my foray into the world of Dungeons & Dragons, and (sigh) talk about Brett Kavanaugh. Featuring some incredible tunes from bands like Good Riddance, Parquet Courts, Cloud Nothings, Velvet Underground, 7 Seconds, The Damned and more. Go listen uuuhhhh NOW:

Liner notes:

  • 1Leave him now by Cloud Nothings
  • 2The last goodbye by Agent Orange
  • 3My Band Our Crew by 7 Seconds
  • 4Sweet Jane by The Velvet Underground
  • 5Nothing can stop me by Ignite
  • 6Life was fair by Only Crime
  • 7Nobody likes a cynic by Good Riddance
  • 8Machine Gun Etiquette by The Damned
  • 9Almost had to start a fight/In and Out of Patience by Parquet Courts
Go check out the link to Cloud Nothings' bandcamp page to check out the other single from their upcoming album Last Building Burning...oh and pre-order the album if you so desire!

Really funny image stolen from Harris, #thanksdad

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Ew, Kavanaugh has a 10 year old daughter, which means she was conceived when he was 43.

For all my DC area friends...go buy your tickets to Good Riddance's Nov 11 show at Rock N Roll Hotel NOW!

And, finally, go check out Parquet Courts' latest album on Spotify.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Why Can't I Touch It?

Welcome to the latest episode of Wednesdays With Andrew, voted best niche non-major music market DIY online radio show 2 years running by, uh, some people.

I am back from the Dominican Republic in one piece (barely), and was able to cobble together some tunes for your listening pleasure. This week's episode includes rippin' tunes from incredible musical acts like PEARS, Buzzcocks, Strung Out, Wire, Ten Foot Pole and much more.

Send all your hatemail and links to your most favoritest hardcore gay pornos to

And, of course, LISTEN NOW:

Liner notes:

  • 1Tatoo (I Don't Wanna Hear About It) by Uncommonmenfrommars
  • 2My Wall by Ten Foot Pole
  • 3Why I can't I touch it? by Buzzcocks
  • 4Paperwalls by Strung Out
  • 5Fight by Dirty Heretics
  • 6Pablo Picasso by The Modern Lovers
  • 7Green Star by PEARS
  • 8Ex-lion tamer by Wire
  • 9Bad Feeling by Cobra Man
10 points to Hufflepuff if you know why I threw this gif in here:

Go listen to the latest single from Dirty Heretics, Hey Kevin. Send all feedback, along with your dirtiest, darkest desires, to

Check out the album Toxic Planet by Cobra Man, it's a whole lot of fun and you will not be disappointed. 

Oh, by the way, I got a makeover in Dominican Republic:

That's it, see ya next week folks!

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Dom

Happy Wednesday boys and girls, and welcome to the latest episode of Wednesdays With Andrew, your digital 7-11 (fuck your trademark) for all things punk (and punkish!) rock. 

This week I am in the Dominican Republic, checking out the corals, exploring the jungle, taking in some beach, drinking mama juanas (whatever the hell that is), and generally enjoying time away from the ole district. But don't fret, I have a pre-recorded and pre-scheduled episode fresh(ish) off the press! Hopefully global internet doesn't go down between Saturday and Wednesday; if not, you should be receiving this transmission just fine.

Featuring magnificent tunes from the likes of Guttermouth, Fear, Nas, Kid Dynamite, Slothrust, Dillinger Four and more....go listen, mamma juana, NOW:

Liner notes:


  • 1End on 9 by Guttermouth
  • 2Noble Stabbings! by Dillinger Four
  • 3More beer by Fear
  • 4Fever Doggs by Slothrust
  • 5Rise Above by Kid Dynamite
  • 6My Right by Screeching Weasel
  • 7Religious Wars by Subhumans
  • 8The World is Yours by Nas
  • 6Goin' against your mind by Built to Spill

Here's where you can listen to Slothrust's new album, The Pact, in its entirety. 

Talk at you folks next week, peace!

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Saved by Rock n Roll

GUYS so so so so so so so sorry....this week I did NOT have time to curate your weekly overdose of punk (and punkish!) rock

My sincerest apologies and enjoy some photoshop gold and Velvet Underground in my absence!

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Hot off the press

New songs, old art.

Welcome to the latest episode of Wednesdays With Andrew, your weekly overdose of punk (and punkish!) rock.

Today's playlist features nothing but the freshest tunes, released in August, from some incredible bands. While we feature only brand spankin' new tracks, today's episode art is a throwback to the retro #WWA style...thanks for your minutes of tireless effort there, B-Side!

Get a taste of some recently-released new material from bands like Swingin' Utters, The Frights, Night Birds, Slothrust, IDLES and more, NOW:

Liner notes:

On today's episode, all the bands we feature are making music great again

For those who rocked today's episode, we salute you. Go support all these artists for the tireless work they do to bring joy to our ear holes:

edit - I fudged and said this album was released last week (it's still in pre-release) The Pact isn't publicly available until Sept 14, but you can still listen to some tracks off the forthcoming album! And trust me it's gonna be worth the extra week and change wait to listen to the whole thing.

For anyone who has not yet seen the demon Mr Bubz video, you're welcome:

Aright that's a lot of new music for my brain, time for a nap. Tune in next week for more punk (and punkish!) rock

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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

We're tired, we're bored

Happy mid-week folks, and welcome to the latest installment of Wednesdays With Andrew, your weekly overdose of punk (and punkish!) rock. 

On today's episode, I talk about neon signs, I introduce to the world my brand new segment, "Why The Fuck Did You Play That Song on a Punk (and punkish!) Rock Podcast", and give you an intimate tour of America's Queen City, Cincinatti.

OH I also play some awesome music from bands like The Dopamines, Avail, The Dictators, Lifetime, Jacuzzi Boys, Jeff Rosenstock and more...go listen, NOW:

Liner notes:


  • 1Haircut and Attitude by The Dictators
  • 2Planet of the Dreamers by Jacuzzi Boys
  • 3Francie Nolan by Lifetime
  • 4Copernicus by The Afghan Whigs
  • 5Cincinatti Harmony by The Dopamines
  • 6USA by Jeff Rosenstock
  • 7Politican by Cream
  • 8August by Avail
  • 9Parlez-vous Francais by Art vs. Sciences
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DC friends! Come join us for Lifetime's show on Nov 2 at Rock N Roll Hotel. Get tickets before they sell out here.

Apparently it's called American Sign Museum, not Neon Sign Museum. Whatever i am not re-recording that shit. Go check it out, for real, it's super cool.

Seriously, watch this video of Parlez-Vous Francais by the LMFAO sounding motherfuckers of Art vs. Science. It's worth every second: 

And finally, go see if Jacuzzi Boys are playing near you!

That's it, I'm out, see ya next week...reversed gifs are the best gifs:


*editor's note: Scott Kempner from The Dictators informed me that Haircut and Attitude was originally written by offshot band Manitoba's Wild Kingdom, so technically only performed by The Dictators. Sorry for spreading #fakenews!!