This episode, the guys talk about ideas surrounding death, Jason speaks of an encounter with Banana Man, and they ramble. Aaron's vinyl choice was the third album by Genesis, Nursery Cryme.
This episode, the guys welcome long time friend Kaleb Shields into the studio. They discuss gowing up in Alaska together, kids then vs. now, gratification through technology, and football. Kaleb also brought one of his favorite vinyls, the sixth album by The Band, Northern Lights - Southern Cross.
This episode, the guys discussed the senses, bacteria overlords, and stuff. The vinyl this week is Toothgrinders first full length album, Nocturnal Masquerade.
This episode, with Jason and his band Naked Luck away recording an album, Aaron went solo, manned the guns, and welcomed Matt Dorado into the studio. They had a wonderful talk about music, his band Earth To Ashes, and much stuff. They also enjoyed this weeks vinyl, Dream Theaters epic, Metropolis pt.2 - Scenes From A Memory.
BOO!! Happy Halloween. It's episode 69, hehe, the Stallone episode and the guys brought it with the Eye Of The Tiger. Jason and Aaron discussed all that is Sylvester Stallone, talked ghosts, listened to some scary stories from an amazing Halloween record, and they featured on vinyl, Survivor's third album, Eye Of The Tiger.
BOOM! The guys decided to blast of another bazooka. It had been a while, and they felt like a surprise. They touch on many topics, and Jason drops a bombshell.
This episode, the guys discuss current events, kids who made impacton them as kids, and an update on football. They featured the 1972 Doobie Brothers album, Toulouse Street, on vinyl.
This episode, the guys welcome Elias Cobb back into the studio for round 3. They discuss his new podcast he co-hosts, Album Junkies. They also discuss gaming, some sciency topics and do a round of questions. They threw it back this week, and listened to songs from their old band, Fighting Silence.
This episode, the guys welcome fellow Alaskan musician, now also residing in Portland, Lowell Granath. They had an amazing conversation, Lowell told us about his music career thus far, they talked bands and inspiration, and got nerdy with movie and comic book talk. They also featured on vinyl, the 4th album by Rush, 2112.
This episode, the guys welcome into the studio Rob Kukish. Rob is a Powerlifting instructor, construction worker and all around awesome human. We discuss where he came from, our love of music, and get deep into the world of fitness, lifting, bodybuilding, and mental focus. We also rock out to the 1978 self titled album, Van Halen, on vinyl.