WR690: Pink Snot

Episode 690 May 19, 2022 00:39:31
WR690: Pink Snot
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Show Notes

It's a fun chat with prolific songwriter Katie McNorgan of local punks Pink Snot!

We talked about the band’s upcoming shows opening for icons of the genre (starting with May 30 at the Park Theatre with Satanic Surfers and No Fun At All) the ongoing appeal of skate punk (one element of Pink Snot’s sound), releasing warts n’ all demos, the upcoming full-length, and much more.

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