You know that friend you can hang out in the back of the venue with and reminisce about forgotten hardcore bands, rare punk seven-inches, and defunct screamo labels and distros? Jeremy Bolm is that friend. The guy is an endless fountain of hardcore nostalgia, and as the singer of Touché Amoré, he’s got some great stories about active bands as well. So naturally, in 2015, he is the perfect person to host a radio show, which he does. For the last few months, he’s been talkin’ music geekery for his Dash Radio show, Secret Voice. The show airs on Thursday nights but, thankfully, he’s just put all of the past episodes on Soundcloud and you can listen to them now.
In addition to spinning a bunch of great records you might've forgotten about or never heard of, he’s gotten great stories out of the notoriously media-averse Jake Bannon of Converge:
Talked about the influence of broadway with AFI’s Davey Havok:
And also had American Nightmare’s Wes Eisold:
And a bunch more. You can now kill your afternoon.