This week on the show, Eddie and Josh of Toy Box Brigade take over the show, and they didn't come alone - Coolie Ranx of Pilfers also joined us via telephone to talk about the ska scene, Pilfers' upcoming show at Iron Works, and much, much more. Music from Toy Box Brigade, Inherent Vice, Venus Vacation, and Exham Priory.
This week, Joe recaps his interactions with a Facebook troll who said that women don't belong in heavy metal. Corina shares her excitement for her Nickelodeon themed makeup palette. We talk about band merch - specifically merch for Joe's band, The Living Braindead. Music from The Burkharts, Kaiser Solzie, Lexxi Raine, and Cardboard Homestead.
Joe rants about anything he can think of while simultaneously giving shout outs to some of his favorite products and brands. Corina takes it all with good humor. Music from Axed and Smashed, Ish kabbible, DramaScream, and Worse Things.
Corina shares her stories from the CD releases she attended over the weekend. Joe finally gets to talk about his new band. We elaborate further on Disney causing changes to copyright law after we touched on it last week. Plus music from Yellow Sauce, Scathed, and SuP? as we prep for the All WNY Stamps Summer Spectacular! this Friday night, as well as a track from BD2.
This week, Joe rants about how hard it is to give New York State money when he owes it to them. We bash Whoopi Goldberg for victim blaming Bella Thorne when the latter's phone was hacked. Joe celebrates the St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup victory as well as the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship win, and much more! Music from Ironsoul, Over and Out, Grosh, and Johnny Revolting.
Joe gives his thoughts on the Stanley Cup Final and the NBA Finals, an All WNY event announcement, and a discussion about the Hanson concert this past Friday at Kleinhans. Music from Just One More, Uncle Ben's Remedy, Fall of Icarus, and Little Mountain Band.
This week, Joe talks about how badly the Niagara Wheatfield School District handled the student walkout in protest of an admitted rapist being allowed back in school. Joe and Corina share stories about going to see STEMM 20 years ago before they became well known for their UFC theme song. We give you a TON of options for events you can attend this weekend. Details for our plans to start a Patreon. Music from Christina Stock, STEMM, Ghostpool, and JennaBeatz. Presented by Millenium Presents: Junglist.
We caught Ian Archibald, frontman of Cardboard Homestead, as he was getting ready for the band's tour kickoff tonight at Soup of Dissent. We discuss a number of topics including new Cardboard Homestead merch, the departure of their long time drummer Cameron, and more.
This week, we put our new social media intern Asheton through the ringer. We talk about a TON of local shows happening soon. Joe rants on anti-abortion laws. Music from Surrender the Hope, Over & Out, Aspired Infliction, and Stress Dolls. Sponsored by Millennium Presents: Junglist.
In this ThinkSoJoE Show bonus content, Joe visits the boys from On The Cinder ahead of their June 7 tour kickoff at Rec Room Buffalo. Some topics of discussion include the band's new album which drops this September, the Rec Room show and subsequent tour, flossing (both kinds), favorite new local bands, alligators and other wildlife, the actors who portray Spiderman, the PlayStation video game "Rosco McQueen Firefighter Extreme," and much, much more. Plus, pay attention because the guys drop a promo code you can use to get $2 off your pre-order of their new album!
This week, get a sneak preview of our interview with On The Cinder, with music from them as well as Strange Standard, Massive Blowout, and Muddle. Plus, stories of Joe and Corina's adventures in high school event planning, Joe celebrates his second favorite NHL team, the St. Louis Blues, moving on to the Stanley Cup Final, and much, much more.
This week, Joe and Corina talk about cartoons and mourn the passing of Pancho Billa. Plus your local show update for this weekend, including the Justin Mauk Memorial Benefit to benefit MS Sucks this Saturday at the Burt Hotel in Burt, NY. Music from Piss Phantom, Of Night And Light, Knee-Jerk, and Mass Casualty.
This week we talk about the great time we had this past Saturday night at the Stamping Out MS event our friends put on for Corina, and Joe discusses how his "best worst kept secret" surprise at the event came to be. We let you know where you can find either one of us this weekend and play some bands who will also be out and about in the upcoming few days, including LVXURY, Tina Panic Noise, Shambles, and Radical Operations.
This week on the ThinkSoJoE Show, we give you a preview of what to expect this Saturday night at Stamps... The Bar when our friends come together for Stamping Out MS - A Tribute to Corina DeFabbio. We talk about street art and great documentaries thereof, this past Sunday's episode of The Simpsons ("D'oh Canada") and their portrayal of Upstate New York, our mothers, constipation, Sonic The Hedgehog, how "Country Roads" is the new "Africa," and much more. Music from Jaynie Crash and the Tall Men, Billy Draws Two, Yellow Sauce, and Exham Priory.
This week on the ThinkSoJoE Show, we talk about hockey, video games, and bands who we regret liking back in the day because of their actions later on. Plus, we've got Buffalo, NY band Grizzly Run as our guests to talk about their upcoming show at the Rec Room this Saturday night. Music from Burial Harbor, Sertraline, DredNeks, and Grizzly Run.
This week on the ThinkSoJoE Show, we talk about burlesque, hockey, movies, and of course, local music; specifically about the All WNY Homecoming, coming up tomorrow night at Stamps. Plus, find out how you can win tickets to The Glam Vamps Do Hollywood, Saturday April 27 at Milkies! Music from Speed Dial, Cardboard Homestead, Daze Ago, and Sid the Kidd.
This week we're joined by Lexxi Raine ahead of her CD release party for her new album "Fun While It Lasted." We get the privilege of premiering three tracks from the album, plus a live performance from Lexxi herself.
Those Guys join us via Skype to talk about their upcoming tour, superhero movies, the Oxford comma, and the subtle differences between the Buffalo and Olean music scenes. Music from Those Guys, Ovtlier, Circular Logic, and Pure Heel.