The Vinyl Guide Podcast
with Nate Goyer

The Vinyl Guide is a weekly podcast for fans and collectors of vinyl records. Each week is an audio-documentary on your favourite records, often including interviews with band members and people who were part of the project.

It’s hosted by Nate Goyer, a self-described vinyl maniac who enjoys listening to records and sharing the stories behind them. Despite his Yankee accent, Nate lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife, 2 kids, and about 1,500 records. (But only about 1,000 of them his wife knows about.)

The Vinyl Guide takes records one by one, telling the tale of how they came to be, why the work is important, and then shares how collectors can tell one pressing from another. Learn more at the TheVinylGuide.com or simply subscribe via iTunes or RSS feed.

We don’t throw the term “legend” around too much, but today it’s very appropriate—Keith Morris, founder and former lead singer of Black Flag, Circle Jerks, and OFF! joins us to talk about his career, his music, his life, his unique perspective, and of course his record collection.

We go deep on this one and share information on Keith’s new autobiography My Damage, a fascinating read through his life and the early days of punk rock. Plus a short record-nerd tutorial on Black Flag and SST’s first record, “Nervous Breakdown”—early pressings fetch several hundred dollars. Today we share what you need to know to spot one.

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