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No Lies Just BS

Listen to Nick Swartz tell stories about his life. From growin' up in the small VA mountain town of Clifton Forge to his entry into and career in the tattoo industry. All the rough upbringin', punk rock, family, country, skateboardin', good eatin', blues, ass-kickin', tattooed, hard to believe but addictin' to perceive bullshit that can be packed into each episode. His brother Josh helps out and the guests are the best of the best.
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Oct 27, 2020

Eric Fischer first appeared on NLJBS on Episode 158, so if ya haven't heard that one, ya might go back and get caught up. Either way, you're gonna hear some kickass points of view from the guy who was tattooing under the OG legend, Peter Tat2 way back in the day. There's no shortage of excellent tat talk in this episode. Enjoy the storytellin' while we're still in this god-damned pandemic lockdown save the world bullshit.

To make things keep on groovin' and better for you and me, we got a sweet-assed Shop Talk for y'all bullshitters that ain't no quick discussion. Lots of personality and killer tattoos to be discussed in this episode. Get in there, mothafuckas'!

Oct 20, 2020

Steve Tiberi of Electromagnetic Tattoo in Chesapeke, VA where he works with Annette LaRou and a killer crew, took the time to chill with Nick whilst he was visitin' down there and they laid down a killer podcast. It has been a while since Steve's last episode and he has continued to represent street shops everywhere heroically and tirelessly, even in a global pandemic. A refreshing break from talking about that very thing and other political bullshit, this is straight up tattoo appreciation and friendship. Two things we can all use all the time, especially now.

Porter & Andrew come in at the tail end to dazzle your senses as they discuss some of the best tattoos being done right now with Nick and it's just an all around good time throughout this episode. We hope y'all enjoy and keep on doin' this thing with us.

Oct 13, 2020

Two hundred and thirteen episodes in and Nick is sitting down once again with the man behind the Tribal Tattoo Tour - Patrick Kitzel himself. This is an episode that you don't want to skip. Things never get political on NLJBS, you all should know that by now. However, if that were going to change, this is how it would happen. Not really going into any kind of politics during this discussion, the theme here really seems to be a conversation about the prevalence of EXTREMISM that seems to be taking hold of a lot of folks around the tattoo industry today. You'll see once you strap in and take off on this though-provoking journey of bullshit and storytellin'.

Stick around for that good ol' Shop Talk to take you home as Andrew and Porter join in to discuss some of the best tattoos they've seen lately. Hang in there on this wild ride we've been callin' twenty-twenty.

Oct 6, 2020

Rob Kinzel has been tattooing forever and has a ton o' great stories from all those years in the biz... and you're about to hear 'em. So sit back, grab a beverage & enjoy.

Rob comes down to us from Leesburg, VA and his shop - Leesburg Body Gallery. He and Nick share an awesome amount of old school learnin', crazy happenins' and just an all around great time. Rob also suggests you get your ass to The Original Brooklyn Ink in NY. You won't regret it.

Shop Talk follows with Andrew, Porter & Nick showing you what want to see on the IG and breakin' down the beauty of it all. Hell yeah.

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