030 – Norman Brannon

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by Norman Brannon! Norman is best known for his work with bands like Texas Is the ReasonShelter, and 108, as well his zine Anti-Matter. Norman’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Ida, Fuel, Samuel, Garden Variety, The Secret Stars, and The Van Pelt. As an addendum, we also include a song by Texas Is the Reason! Support these bands, and be sure to keep up with Norman on Twitter and Tumblr. Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

029 – Dama Scout

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by the band Dama Scout! Their Sad Punks mix includes songs by Faye Wong, Can, Steely Dan, Ava Luna, Dawn of Midi, and David Bowie. As an addendum, we also include a song by Dama Scout! Support each of these bands, and check out Dama Scout’s video for their song “All In Too”! Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

028 – Lauren Duca

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by journalist Lauren Duca! Lauren’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Sum 41, Simple Plan, Taking Back Sunday, Blink-182, New Found Glory, and Say Anything. Support each of these bands, and check out Lauren’s great work over at Teen Vogue! Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

027 – Cary Fagan

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by photographer and visual artist Cary Fagan! C.F.’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Childish Gambino, Bobby Caldwell, Kool & The Gang, Thom Yorke, Astrud Gilberto & Walter Wanderley, Sun Ra, and Lonnie Liston Smith. Support each of these bands, and check out C.F.’s work online! Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

026 – Whitmer Thomas

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by comedian Whitmer Thomas! Whitmer’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Blink-182, Strike Anywhere, This Bike Is a Pipe Bomb, Saves the Day, Coalesce, and Rilo Kiley. As an addendum, we also include a song by Bane! Support each of these bands, and check out Whitmer’s work online! Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

025 – Hendrik Otremba

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by Hendrik Otremba of the band Messer. Hendrik’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Isolierband, Campingsex, All Diese Gewalt!, Die Erde, Ecke Schönhauser, Einstürzende NeubautenCandelilla, and Mutter, as well as an original previously unreleased song called “New York”. As an addendum, we also include a song by Messer! Support each of these bands, and check out all of Hendrik’s wonderful work at hendrikotremba.de. Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode! If you’d like to commission a portrait by Rubee, send an email to rubee@sadpunks.com.

024 – Keith Morris

This week we bring you a mix of music curated by Keith Morris, who is best known as the lead vocalist for the bands OFF!, Circle Jerks, and Black Flag! Keith’s Sad Punks mix includes songs by Paul and Linda McCartney, Procol Harum, Tucky Buzzard, Jo Jo Gunne, The Move, Freddie King, and Black Oak Arkansas. As an addendum, we also include songs by Black Flag and OFF!! Support each of these bands and pick up a copy of Keith’s new book, My Damage: The Story of a Punk Rock Survivor. Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to find us on iTunes. As always, thank you to Rubee True Fegan for the artwork for this episode!