We had our good buddy David on the podcast, after not having seen him in almost 3 years. We caught up, talked about growing up, professional wrestling, and much more.
Big ass bazooka today. The quys went solo, and discussed recording music with their bands, NFL standings after 10 weeks, and the first chapters of Genesis. They also listened to The London Howlin Wolf sessions, on vinyl.
This week, the guys welcome Jared Stroeve into the studio. We discuss his childhood, music, his writing process, and much more. A round of question time, and some great vinyl. Incubus, Blue Oyster Cult, and Yes.
This episode, the guys welcome back Heather Smith into the studio. They discuss her video game Ilu, how her injury is healing, her trip to Europe, and how life seems to be funny. we also listen to some fantastic vinyls she brought, and rejoice with live music from her. Fantastic.
This episode, we had Tony Schwarzkopf in the studio. Hes a drummer for Grey For Days. We had a great discussion about music, metaphors for life, and had a fantastic round of Question Time. We also listened to a selection of vinyl that Tony brought.
Another great episode for the books. We had Sean Beard and Riley Rose from Spirits return to the stuido, to discuss the new things with their band, dealing with being a musician, plus a great round of question time. We also listened to Genesis on vinyl.
We had out first ever MIC DROP on this episode. So great, infact, that we used it for the new tag at the end of our episode, and the title. Wait for it. Matt Helvie dropped by the studio, and we had one hell of a podcast. We discussed some real shit, plus cars, video games, music gear, and much more. Plus, Matt brought Metric and Jimmy Eat World, on vinyl, to listen to.
This episode, the guys welcome the wonderful Shevonne Sayers back into the studio. We catch up after nearly 2 years of last seeing each other, and talk about what she's changed in her life as of recent, motivation, positivity, and overcoming bad ideas. We also had a round of question time, and discussed the Asshole of the Week. For the vinyl this week, Shevonne picked Michael Jackson's album, Bad.
This episode, Jason jumps in the interviewee seat, and joins Naked Luck for a lovely discussion and a first listen to their debut album, Naked Luck. we discuss the band, making of the album, and question time. What a wonderful time, and group of dudes.
This episode, the guys welcomed Mick Whitney, bassist for 36 Crazyfists, into the studio. This one went long, talking about everything including Bear young in Alaska, moving to Hollywood, joining 36, and much more. We had a great round of question time, and enjoyed Mick's picks for vinyls, Rolling Stones, Waylon Jennings, Ac-Dc, Nazareth, and Metallica. Whew.