Season 2 of the Bürgerkrieg Productions Podcast "15 Minutes of Fame" continues with a brief (yet triumphant) chat featuring Josh, the vocalist of the California-based hardcore band Doc Hammer. We bullshit about normal situations the band somehow was able to make weird, failed merchandise ideas, Halloween 2018, and quarantine facial hair (plus the struggles it brings). Find some of the bands material here: https://dochammerband.bandcamp.com/
EPISODE 15: ft. Josh Ravin and Mike Mulé (Doc Hammer)
Doc Hammer parties harder than you, they're better looking than you, and they play heavier music than your favorite band. Hailing out of sunny San Diego, California, these dudes are nothing like Sugar Ray. There was certainly no shortage of stories in their back pockets; Tattoo parties, smokebombs, and bone-breaking mosh pits. Fuck it, Haze is the Craze. Outro: "Vamparty Diaries" by Doc Hammer.
In this jumbo-sized episode, artist, Weep frontman, and co-creator of The Venture Bros Doc Hammer joins Andy to talk about why the Mona Lisa is famous, fine art as money laundering, his way of working through writer's block, and the importance of spice in veganism. Intro music is "String Anticipation" by Cory Gray.
Palapalooza welcomes Josh Ravin, front man for the San Diego based hardcore/rock band Doc Hammer. Josh chats with Troy about their sound, their insane live show, musical inspirations, beer, tours, and more. Follow Doc Hammer on Instagram and Facebook and stream their full length album "Neon Devil" on all digital platforms.
A Bit Of A Chat With Ken Plume - FRED Entertainment
Ken Plume has another late night chat with The Venture Bros.' own Doc Hammer, about Venture Bros., Warburton knives, Enterprise, senior papers, belted gowns, artroom keys, pottery, sinister hands, toilet paper RA, underpant firestarter, legs, constipation, paintings, Fudgie The Whale, brain rewiring, rope, quarter helms, road trips, gallery shows, pencil cups, dollars, and rhymes.
This week on the podcast Campy, Nancy Rose, and Wade Morris interview Mike Mule’ (guitar) of the San Diego punk rock band DOC HAMMER. Mike Mule’ would never say it but, he is at the heart of the San Diego music scene. Not only does he play guitar in Doc Hammer, and bass in Alive and Well, he also books shows via Sweet Beef Booking Agency. Mike is a great friend of the podcast and we are honored to have him on the show. We play two lies and a truth as well as close the show with a hilarious round of Flip it and Reverse It. Support Doc Hammer’s new record “Neon Devil” released on Paper + Plastick here: https://dochammerband.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/doc_hammer_band/Become a member of our Patreon page for exclusive content here:www.patreon.com/DRRPBuy DRR shirts, hoodies, and more here: https://teespring.com/stores/defiant-robot-records-storeListen to “F- MINUS FOR EFFORT” by Corrupt Vision (Fully produced by DRR) here: https://corruptvision.bandcamp.com/album/split-w-sibann-c Stream or purchase the outro song “Really Over” by Watashi Wa Dance Party (Released by HHR) here: watashiwadanceparty.bandcamp.com/releases
#139 - Best Classic Muppet Movie with Stephanie D'Abruzzo & Doc Hammer
We Got This with Mark and Hal
Which of the first three Muppet Movies is the best? We enlisted Tony-nominated actor and long time muppeteer Stephanie D'Abruzzo and our good buddy Doc Hammer to help pick! Come see We Got This LIVE in L.A. on Sunday, November 5th for the first time ever! We've got special guest Janet Varney and we're part of a double bill with the amazing "Can I Pet Your Dog?" - get tickets here!
#86 - Clean Slate IV with Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer
We Got This with Mark and Hal
It's the first of our two LIVE recordings from NYCC Presents! From the Hudson Mercantile, Mark and Hal clean the slate with the creative behind The Venture Bros: Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick! Doc molts, Mark gets a new nickname, and Hal confronts his father in front of a room full of people.