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punk // hardcore // thrash // diy

The Crasier Frane show plays hardcore and punk music from various international scene. The focus is mostly on the modern, but there'll be a few old school classics in there. Although hardcore is maybe the key word in summing up the music played, I won't devoutly stick to it. Expect music from all areas of the broader punk spectrum.

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The Crasier Frane Show // 16.03.10

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Posted at 01:22, 17th March 2010

black metal

The Crasier Frane Show // 02.03.10

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Posted at 13:01, 3rd March 2010

ian mackaye interview

Ian MacKaye is a big deal and a super cool dude. I talked to him for a little while on the phone on Monday morning. Check it out on the show blog here.

Audio coming soon!

Posted at 17:23, 6th January 2010

henry rollins interview

Yeah, you read right. Here's what he has to say about punk rock in the modern world and just why Black Flag were so special:

I think those days were different than what's happening now as things were a bit more uncharted. There were a lot of rough areas out there where now things are an eight lane highway by comparison. I think Black Flag had at least one ingredient they only made one of and that's Greg Ginn, that's the big deal with that band.

Read the rest here!

Posted at 16:41, 16th November 2009

fucked up interview

The Crasier Frane Show // 15.12.08 // Fucked Up Interview

Damian, lead singer of Toronto's Fucked Up, recently did an interview for the show. Here's what he had to say about Glasgow.

"I love Glasgow. I really wish we’d come here on a weekday or a Saturday so I could’ve gone record shopping. I love Scotland. I think it’s like really picturesque and really beautiful. Especially coming from Canada where the oldest thing we have is like really young. Even today, driving by Hadrian’s wall. There’s nothing like that in North America except for maybe rocks. I’m sure there’s like Native Canadian artifacts, but most of that stuff’s been destroyed over the years. It’s a really cool experience to come from North America. And Glasgow...tonight I’m going to have deep-fried pizza and it’s going to change my life. Glasgow is one of those places like London or Manchester that’s been such a hot bed of music over the years for us, hearing about bands and stuff. It’s cool to come to a city like that that has a musical past that’s influenced us some of the twee-pop, Mogwai, stuff like that. It’s really awesome."

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Posted at 13:55, 30th December 2008

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