Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Kraig Marshall graced the NJ scene in the late 90s with his backyard shows, his band Sticker, and then went on to form Example 24 which took him in a completely different direction, musically. This interview goes in many directions but the one thing that’s unmistakable is how passionate Kraig is about music and his roots. In this interview we discuss: The Masonic Temple in Ridgewood Filming videos of 7-seconds and Ministry The Pure drive in creating music Jeremy Humble’s keen fashion sense Getting added last minute to shows The bad blood with Sticker after he got dropped His backyard shows Example 24 starting with one sound and then taking a hard left His relationship with Richard from Filter when Title of Record came out His transition to just writing songs and then finding people to tour with We jump back to talking about Sticker and his backyard shows And a ton more Before we begin, I got myself a sponsor. Many of you might remember Robert Muscatello from LWL. Welllll he works for Southern Tier Brewing who is sponsoring this episode. Here’s a little about them: Southern Tier Brewing Co. started in 2002, and has been a pioneer in the craft beer world ever since. Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Lakewood NY, Southern Tier has been known for classic styles such as pale ales, porters, blondes and IPAs to more innovative styles like barrel aged stouts, sours, seasonals, dessert beers and the country’s top selling pumpkin ale, the Imperial Pumking (available now). Consistently staying ahead of the craft beer curve, Southern Tier commitment to quality can be found in each bottle (or can) of their world class brews. All Southern Tier products can be found in your area, or visit www.stbcbeer.com, click on the “Beer Finder” and put in your zip code. In a culture saturated with everything under the sun, it’s good to know Southern Tier stays true their pioneering roots and continues to trail blaze the future of the craft beer industry. No matter the style of beer you like, Southern Tier has a brew for you and plenty others to expand your horizons. So, treat yourself and the ones you love to what world class beer is. Cheers, from Southern Tier Brewing Co. visit us at www.stbcbeer.com and find us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. As always, thank you to the people who’ve donated to the podcast. If you’d like to do so just go to thiswasthescene.com and send whatever you’d like. It helps me with the $20/month to keep this thing live. I’m still in the process of designing shirts to sell to help keep this thing alive so keep checking the this was the scene facebook page for updates. Feel free to subscribe, leave a review and share this with anyone who would love some nostalgia. With that said, let's get started.