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Andrew Earle: Hospital Grade

Andy Shernoff: The Dictators

Beat Zeller: Voodoo Rhythm Records & The Monsters

Ben Weasel: Screeching Weasel

Bill Stevenson: Descendents

Brad Logan: Leftöver Crack

Brian Barbara: Deviates

The Catholic Girls: Gail Petersen

Chris DeMakes: Less Than Jake

Chris Newhard: Sleep Cycles

Chuck Dukowski: Würm

Chuck Ragan: Hot Water Music

Colin Clive: Mustard Plug

Creature: RebelMatic

Dave Hause

Dylan Baldi: Cloud Nothings

Frank Turner

Ginger Pooley

Greg Hetson: Circle Jerks & Bad Religion

Ian Taylor: Adolescents

Jack Shirley

Jason Hall: Western Addiction

Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Wolfe: The Furys

John Nolan: Taking Back Sunday

Josh Caterer: Smoking Popes

Keith Morris: Circle Jerks & OFF!

Kevin Higuchi: Bruce Lee Band

Lysanne Lombard: Which Witch Is Which

Martin J. Polak: The Desperate Mind

Mason, Kyle & Kane: Only the Strong

Matt Isaacs: No, This is Patrick!

Matthew Pryor: The Get Up Kids

Mike Park: Asian Man Records

Ray Carlisle: Teenage Bottlerocket

Rishi Bahl: Eternal Boy

Sean Bonnette: AJJ

Shandon Sahm

Steve Albini

Steve Zing: Samhain, Mourning Noise & Danzig

Teenage Halloween

Tyler Blue Broderick AKA Diners

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Andrew Daly

Andrew has always felt himself to be a "jack of all trades, master of none" type of person. With an immense passion for music, a disposition for writing, and an eagerness to teach and share both, Andrew decided to found Vinyl Writer in 2019 as a freelance column under the column Stories from the Stacks. Over time, the column grew into a website which now features contributors who further the cause of sharing both a love of music and the art of journalism with the world through articles and interviews. While Andrew enjoys running the website, his real passion lies in teaching and facilitating others to do what they do best, and giving them the opportunity to explore their passions in the process.
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