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Mid-Life Punk Podcast (MLPP)


Tom and Niallism

Tom launched his podcast mid pandemic as opportunity to support the punk-rock scene and keep it alive. He used Alitu from the beginning to help launch his podcast and says "There is no interfaces, no grey spaghetti coming out the back, it's all there, self contained and I can edit from anywhere."

Who are you (the host)?

Tom (me) and Niallism are late 30s/early 40s punk rockers, who sadly have been forced to partially grow up. In the pandemic, we realised that a) our favourite bands would have nothing else to do and would probably talk to us and b) that our friends in bands would need help promoting their work whilst the world was closed. The Mid-Life Punk Podcast was born, as was a community of similar aged punks who seemingly enjoyed listening to us gripe, complain and interviews with some of the best punk rock bands of the 1990s and beyond. It’s music journalism that does NOT take itself seriously.

What made you start your podcast?

So, in lockdown, a friend of mine got the punk rock show slot on a local radio station. I was very jealous (😂) and decided to have a go myself! Niallism came on board about 8 episodes in. Seriously though, we started with no experience or equipment and now it’s all turned into a bit of a monster.

How has Alitu helped you?

Takes all the stress out of it. Easy to use, and once you get used to it, it’s so quick. I can edit an episode with multiple music tracks, bed music and voice clips in around an hour

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Why should we all listen? ❤️

It’s about punk rock and approaching middle age, it’s for anyone who is into punk rock or alternative music in general, and you should listen because you’ll find the punk rock/DIY ethos in bucketloads, more new music than you’ll know what to do with and you might learn a little something too.

That sure got us convinced! Click here to listen:

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