This episode’s guest is a musician, artists, baker and overall badass with a heart filled with unicorn hugs. Who else could we be describing, but no other than Jennie Cotterill guitarist and vocalist of Bad Cop/Bad Cop. She opens up to the Sound Sisters about life on the road, what keeps her motivated, the balance between being an artist and a musician, all while reminiscing the good times that went down on the Girl Gang Tour.
There is nothing more antiestablishment than finding ways to stick it to the man. Avoiding Black Friday sales and saying no to big name consumerism is not only punk rock, but it also directly supports your local community. During this episode the Sound Sisters sit with independent Arizona business owners Colleen Dolly Sinclair of Siphon Draw Apothecary and Kat Gargalione of The Superstitious Jackalope. In this round table discussion they talk about roller derby, ghosts, what it’s like to be boss babes and ways to shop local on Small Business Saturday.
On this episode the ladies talk to Elvis Cortez from Left Alone, Transplants, Smelvis Records and Road Dog Merch. They discuss his newest single, heartbreak, bulldogs and flashback to the days where he use to sling Star Wars action figures with press kits.
Punk Rock Art community founder, Brian Burks joins the ladies for an in depth look on what influences Brian’s work: NOFX, X-men and punk rock!