Vanishing Ink Ep. No. 5
Stripped and taped together like the music fanzines of a bygone era, Vanishing Ink is a modern tribute to punk culture and radio. It’s a podcast. It’s a fanzine. It’s a DIY culture assault. And it's only avaliable via free subscription. Is this your first time here? Catch up.
Episode 5 Show Notes
TV Is My Friend
TV Memories by Allyson McCabe and Katherine Booth
Pancake Mountain, interview with Scott Stuckey
Scott Stuckey began shooting film after receiving a super 8 camera as a gift in grade school. He grew up in Washington, DC, where he was heavily influenced by the emerging punk rock scene and its DIY ethics. Armed with that influence, he moved to Athens, GA, where he opened a recording studio, engineering albums for such acts as Vic Chesnutt and REM. But his true passion was always film, and he eventually moved back to DC to begin directing music videos and documentaries for artists such as Thievery Corporation, Bob Mould, Minor Threat and others. He started Pancake Mountain as an experimental meta-show influenced by children’s television shows of the 70’s such as Zoom and Wonder-rama.
He hopes to one day be Mayor of Washington, DC.
Katherine Booth hopes to one day figure out what she'll be when she grows up. In the meantime, she lives with her husband and two sons in the suburbs of New York.