What's up Nil nation, pleased to share a rock n roll chat with Mr. Thomas O'Keefe. We discussed his band ANTiSEEN and playing with GG Allin, his first concert memories (including Kiss, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne), and his storied career tour managing for Train, Whiskeytown, Ryan Adams, Third Eye Blind, Weezer and more.
Luke Nil joins Arkells frontman, Max Kerman in the backyard of his Hamilton home for a discussion on Max going to University to start the band, the golden era of Canadian indie rock and how it sucks explaining why a song is good.
Luke rocks a solo podcast to share who's the new Gordon Ramsey of the house, dealing with a bit of a mouse problem, the passing of the legend, John Prine and a few Nil related updates. Born To Roam episode 5 is here, hail hail rock'n'roll and be good to each-other!
Record engineer and producer, John Goodmanson joins Luke on the studio couch to discuss growing up in the Seattle music scene, hosting Skid Row (later to be known as Nirvana) on his radio show, the Nil's fascination with the Nu-metal era and John's thoughts on the current business affairs of the recording industry. John produced The Dirty Nil's Master Volume and is currently working on the band's next album.
Luke sits down with the one and only wild child, Kyle “Starchild” Fisher to break down their formative days in rock. The guys recall the birth of The Dirty Nil, doubling down on rock while others checked out and what made Kyle interested in spanking the tubs. Kyle's touring regiment and photography practices are also discussed. Kyle getting crowned the mayor of mayo town? Luke leaves no stone unturned - listen now for all this and more!
Welcome to BORN TO ROAM! Brought to you by Luke Bentham of The Dirty Nil!
In the inaugural episode of Born to Roam, Luke talks about the Jon Box celebration of life concert, his recent travels to Russia, plans for the next record (will it shift Western culture? That’s a guarantee from Luke Nil), life on the road, truck stops, parking lot chickens, touring with White Reaper, B12 shots in the butt, Gregg’s in the UK, the "vibe" of a continental breakfast... the list goes on.