Prolific musician and Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape recently sat down with The Paradigm Journal, an art and literary journal. Joey discusses his latest project, his creative process, and his thoughts on punk music.

Of particular note is that Joey will be recording a solo acoustic album for Bad Taste in the tradition of his Acoustic split with No Use for a Name's Tony Sly:
I wanted to make an actual full–length solo record. I have since considered that split to be a bit of a cop–out. The songs were covers and I only had to record six. Also, I had everyone I know play on it. I play everything on the new one and I have recorded nearly twenty songs. It's been a huge undertaking and I feel it is officially my first.

You can check out the rest of the interview here.

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