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PUNK ROCK. LIFE. COMEDY. INTERVIEWS.
Jessica and Kristen provide a female perspective of life in the punk rock scene. Two women who love to laugh, love music, and occasionally enjoy a drink or two while interviewing your favourite punk rock artists.
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It's the apocalypse and Sarah and Kristen are celebrating the end of days with their buds in The Drowns. Their ability to see the silver-lining makes them great final days hangs. Discussed: cancellation of shows & festivals and how we are dealing with the current state of affairs. Of course we also have much fun talking about things like: The Drowns song making its way into a dildo add, horror punk bands, what makes a good bandmate, and juggling. We also touch on how you can support your favorite artists these days. Song: Wolves on the Throne by The Drowns 
It's an OG Mable Syndrome Podcast episode, where Kristen and Sarah talk about all things punk rock, and other stuff of course. Boston Bruins, Evil Pie and artists such as: The Drowns, Chris Demakes, Dead Bars and more. They also discuss "posers," online bullying and "looking punk". Song: Cue the Violins by The Drowns Be sure to use code MABLE at adameve.com for a huge discount and FREE gifts. 
In this episode, Kristen is joined by Danielle and they discuss the Punk Rock Bowling 2020 lineup. Then, Kristen sits down with two of the women behind the brand new hot festival, Camp Punksylvania. Hear how the idea came about, the amazing team putting it on, and the fun activities of the event.  Song: Choose My Friends by The Barstool Preachers
It's a good thing you can't catch a cold over the airwaves because Kristen's got it good and there are some disgusting (Sarah says they are "cute") nose blows for your listening pleasure. Following that disastrous opening, Kristen talks with Jodi from the band, The Ramoms, and Hannah, who co-owns the awesome company, And Out Come The Boobs. The three discuss being punk rock moms, taking our kids to shows, and how kids can rebel against their rebel parents.  Episode notes: Please visit our sponsor AdamEve.com and enter Promo Code: MABLE for half-off an item and FREE SWAG And visit Ramomsband.com and AndOutComeTheBoobs.com for exclusive offers
In this episode, Kristen and Sarah recap their recent trip to San Francisco for Pirate Press's 15 year celebration, Rock The Ship. They discuss the bands they saw, the club shows and Sarah's unfortunate illnesses (some self-inflicted, some not). Then the ladies discuss a super annoying question Sarah gets asked all the time. Finally, Stacey Dee is back to offer advice about long distance relationships. 
On this episode, Sarah and Kristen begin by talking about sandwiches, earthquakes and guilty pleasure music. Then, they are joined by Stacey Dee of Bad Cop Bad Cop who answers a fan question about pursuing music or giving it up for the "day job." Then, Kristen talks with her bud, Josh of the band Trashed Ambulance about their new album, going back to college as an adult, and hockey (duh, eh).  Song: Round 3 by Trashed Ambulance
This episode starts out with Kristen and Sarah catching up about living a healthy lifestyle, going to shows sober and the interesting ways their lives have paralleled over the past 20 years. Then Kristen talks with Amy Gabba about her new EP, The Heart is Stupid and the amazing musicians who supported her on this project. They discuss philosophy, debate, both almost becoming lawyers and discovering punk rock. Amy opens up about the highs and lows of being a woman in the music industry, including trying out for Canadian Idol and controlling record producers. She also talks about dating, getting hit on at shows and writing this brake up album with her ex. Songs: Ladders by The Anti-Queens and FU Cupid by Amy Gabba
Kristen is joined by Emily for the first half of the episode and they recap punk rock bowling. Should you say hi to your favorite artists you pass on the street? The two stages, which was new this year, yay or nay? Noah's Mable Syndrome cheat sheet and more! Festivals vs club shows... what's up next? Then they discuss AntiFlag and set up the interview. In the second half, Kristen talks with Pat, the drummer of AntiFlag about his new baby, the two week rule, which member of the band knows him best, if there are any political topics the band disagrees on, how he took up drums, and more. Plus, the interview ends abruptly for a funny reason.  Song: One People, One Struggle by AntiFlag
This is a bonus episode coming to you with lots of laughs, so get ready. First, Kristen is joined by her friend Mabel to talk about Chicago punk rock and their recent meet up. Then, Mable plays the game "Porn or Punk Song." Starting at 43:30, Kristen plays a Howard Stern trivia game with none other than Brendan Kelly (The Lawrence Arms, Falcon). Even if you don't know or care about Howard Stern, you should find some humor in them geeking out. Who won, Kristen or Brendan? Or, skip it. Starting around 58:30 Kristen asks Brendan some questions, and since they are both drunk from the Howard Stern game, this goes downhill fast.  Songs: Slowest Drink at the Saddest Bar by The Lawrence Arms and Wonder Beer by Naked Raygun
First up, Kristen is joined by her bro-Mable, Sal, who talks about not wanting to be called a bro-Mable. But tough. Things get heavy (trigger warning) as they discuss the suicide deaths of two of their close friends. Skip to 22:00 to avoid the heavy talk. Then, Sal offers some fun insights into the band, Dead Bars, to set up Kristen's interview with John Maiello. Kristen and John talk about random stuff like moving to Seattle, John's high school band, naciremA, pink drinks, ear plugs and darts. Song: I'm a Regular by Dead Bars
Jessica and Kristen start the show with the typical immature topics such as eating cheerios in bed, flatulence and Jessica's (lack of) Tinder options. We also try to understand the incestual friendships up in Canada among Punkanormal, Trashed Ambulance, Red Bridge Fest and more. In the second half of the episode, Kristen interviews Mel, the founder of Brewbies. The next Brewbies Festival is happening this May 4 in Alameda, CA. Learn more about Mel, how and why she started Brewbies, and her passion for punk rock.  Song: Suffer by Bad Religion
Stacey Dee is back, and offers some relationship advice this time. Got a crush on someone in a band? What should you do?? Then we chat with our bud, Kevin Brooks, a die-hard punk rock fan with an important story and message. Before both of those, Kristen and Jessica pass along helpful advice from both Jessica's mom and Gwyneth Paltrow.  Song: Wait Here, Wait For You by The Marked Men
What do: lab mice, dental school, mustard, canadian landscape paintings, snuggling, "buff" dudes, E-coli and weddings without bridesmaids have in common...? Nothing! But they are all somehow discussed on this week's podcast! Kristen and Jessica (quirky enough on their own) are joined by the uber-talented, but also quirky, Deanna Belos, of Sincere Engineer. Lots of laughs on this one. Music: Screw Up and Corndog Sonnet No 7 by Sincere Engineer
In this cool episode, Kristen and Jessica answer a fan question and talk about growing up as young punk rock girls. Then they are joined by TJ McFaull of The Barstool Preachers. TJ is open and fun and talks about growing up in a punk rock family (his father is Colin from Cock Sparer, and his sister is Hannah from Out Come The Boobs), and what it was like growing up in the UK music scene. We talk about how punk rock has changed and how we all do our parts to keep it alive. TJ also opens up about guilty pleasure music, how he divides his time between the US and the UK, and shares exciting band news. Songs: Plain Sailing Weather by Frank Turner, 8.6 Days (All The Broken Hearts) by The Barstool Preachers 
Season 3 is now live and do we have a fun surprise for you. We are kicking off our new segment, Help Me, Stacey Dee! The singer/ guitar player of our favorite band, Bad Cop Bad Cop offers our listeners advice about work, love, music, health and just about anything! She's insightful, fun and wise. The first segment of Help Me, Stacey Dee is at the end of this episode. Before we get to that, Kristen and Jessica talk about guests we have planned for this season, who we still would love to have on the podcast, shows we have coming up, Jessica's new tattoo and so much more.  Song: Hopeless Romantic by The Bouncing Souls    
Ray from TBR sits down with Kristen before a recent show and they chat about parenting, discovering punk rock, yoga, the books he reads and more. He also gives a shout out to a rad punk rock woman and reveals what he wants for Christmas. Before the interview, Kristen and Jessica catch up and chat about taking selfies, Tinder, and more embarrassing topics.  Song: Why The Big Pause by Teenage Bottlerocket
We start out the episode by answering a fan question we have no business answering. It’s a good question though and we think people will benefit from listening to the discussion. Then we discuss some recent changes in the scene, including the Less Than Jake news. Finally, we have Jason York, Founder of Punk Rock Food Drive to tell you about a RAD charity he runs and a free show (donation requested) you can attend in November.  Song: Believe in the Poet by The Last Gang
Season 2 Episode 28: Venomous Pinks We have a killer interview with the ladies of the Venomous Pinks during the second half of the episode, where they talk about their Sound Sisters Podcast, how they all found one another and other rad female musicians they have played with. But before we get to that, Kristen and Jessica talk about all the great shows Jessica has coming up, the bet Kristen made with Pkew Pkew Pkew, and we learn what part of the female anatomy is known as "the alley". Song: Nightmare by Venomous Pinks
Jessica is back!  Find out where she's been and what's been going on.  And, Kristen got in a bar fight with a chick? What?? Then the episode devolves into vagina and penis talk... of course. The girls are back!  Song: You Lied by face to face
In this episode, Kristen is joined by her good friend, Johnny Hamlin, frontman for the Chicago-based band, Lights Over Bridgeport.  Johnny is given some tough questions but handles them like a pro. They discuss death metal, how they feel about punk rock being "too safe," and much more, including Johnny's dating life. Don't miss it.  Songs: Heartbreakers by Lights Over Bridgeport and In Remission by The Menzingers
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