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.
This episode, the guys recapped week 2 of the NFL with their sports analyst, Rusty. They also discussed Aaron's exploded toe, past parties and pranks. they featured on vinyl, Eric Clapton' s 5th solo album, Slowhand.
This episode, the guys discuss some interesting ideas about music and its origin, young love and sunsequent heartbreak, and our resident sports analyst Rusty calls in for discussion about the NFL. They also rock out to the 1975 album Hair Of The Dog, Nazareths 6th.
This week, the guys had the privelage to sit down with musician Shevonne Noel Sayers. They discuss music and the current state of Hip-Hop, talk about how society and technology affect conversation, and she tells a few awesome stories. They also discuss the amazing vinyl this week, Prince's album, Purple Rain.
This episode, the guys discuss the NFL, self image, and good vs bad ideas. They also feature the amazing 1968 debut album, Steppenwolf, on vinyl.
This episode, the guys recap the Mayweather v McGregor fight, discuss Jason's first NFL game, and they have probably the funniest moment on the show thus far. They also feature, on vinyl, Iron Maidens 6th album, Somewhere In Time.
This week, the guys became motivational in talking about learning, knowing yourself and how you know things. They also dropped a bombshell. Kind of.
This episode, the guys discuss many topics. They range from Organic vs. NonOrg, Xbox arcade games and farts. This episode, they played on vinyl, the 1976 Kansas album, Leftoverture.
Boom! the guys hit hard this week, discussing the recent Charlottesville incidents and the toxic environment surrounding it, and dinosaurs.