This episode, the guys come back together for a conversation, after a brief break, and one bad episode. They name Jason's chair, discuss Mario and Luigi's relationship, pooping, and camping. They also listened to the 1978 album by Styx, Pieces of Eight, on vinyl.
This episode, we messed up. Poor Poor audio. try to listen, if you can.
This episode, the guys welcomed Grant Evans, Steven Carlson, ans Sean Trenda from the Vancouver metal band, Within Sight. We spoke to them about their band, how they joined and when they started music. We also discussed favorite bands, video games, and a round of questions. We listened to Metallicas 2nd album, Ride The Lightning, on vinyl.
This episode, the guys invited their local neighborhood watch president, Bill Jumbert onto the show, to discuss neighborhood watching.
This episode, the guys welcome Cole Powelson into the studio. They talk music, video games, Andre the Giant, and more. They also listen to the vinyl Cole gave the podcast, The Beatles last studio album, Let It Be.
Jason and Aaron get personal this week, and a little drunk, but it was a good time none the less. They discuss music, band stuff, and being scared about things. They also told a story, and Jason forgot.
A pre-recorded episode, recorded boefore now, but conversely being relesed now. Not then. NSFW. haha. What a rando. We went there, all the way there, it's just a Jason and Aaron adventure.
BOOM! Another fantastic episode. This week, we had Kyle Baltus, drummer for 36 Crazyfists and all around awesome dude, join us on the show. We discussed horror movies, touring, 36CF, and much more. We also listened to George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Bad To The Bone, on vinyl.
This episode, we invited a good buddy, Eric "Big Tex" Emert onto the show. We discussed music, growing up, bodily functions, Kung-Fu, and much more. We featured Jethro Tull's album, Songs From The Wood, on vinyl.
This week, Jason Fillo joined us in the studio. Hes a singer/songwriter, multi-insturmentalist, and hilarius human. We had a blast discussing music, Balloon Bassoon Bazookas, and much more. He played a couple original songs for us live, and he also brought the vinyl this week, Car Seat Headrests album, Teens Of Denial.