Grace Baldridge is an amazing comedian. Had me in stitches at the San Diego Comedy Festival where we met. She hosts Murder With Friends on Youtube, as well as Pop Trigger. We spend over an hour discussing rape jokes, protesting, the friend zone & murder. Also, I beg her to be my friend.
Ian Lara is an extremely talented comedian from NYC. We spoke at length about race, politics & other stuff that I have no idea what I'm talking about when talking about it. We also briefly touch on some nerdy comedy stuff.
Check out Ian Lara online & find out when he is performing near you.
Mark O'Connell plays drums for Taking Back Sunday. He took some time out of being a family man to keep my mind off how horrible holiday traffic can be. We talk about vaping, bullies, and muslims.
Listen to more Taking Back Sunday.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, my buddy Marc Schoenbach made this dope ass poster for me.
Peter Hoare is an extremely solid dude. He writes on Kevin Can Wait currently, and has written tons of rad stuff, including Comedy Central's Trip Tank & a movie starring Ken Jeong, David Hasselhoff & Jim Jeffries, called Killing Hasselhoff. And it's hilarious. We talk about nonsense.
Follow Peter on Twitter.
Matt Rubano is a professional musician & improvisor living in NYC. He has played with Taking Back Sunday & All American Rejects and is currently performing with Upright Citizen's Brigade. We get deep into film scoring and drone strikes. My opinions are based on absolutely no actual facts.
Arthur Shepherd plays in the band Primitive Weapons, but we barely even mention that. He also played in one of my favorite bands ever, Mind Over Matter and several other bands including Gay For Johnny Depp, Bad Trip, Error Type 11 & World's Fastest Car. He is co-owner of Saint Vitus, the iconic metal bar in Brooklyn, NY.
Michael Dubin & I discussed reunion shows & homosexuality. Because who is more qualified to discuss homosexuality than two old heterosexuals? BLURB. Episode 50, by the way. Blurb.
Check out the Still Screaming art show, touring now.
Sarah Tollemache is one of my favorite comedians. Among other things, she has been on Adam Devine's House Party & AXS TV's Live at Gotham. Sarah performs all over the city and works incredibly hard at the craft. It was really great speaking with her. Felt like a ruse. Like, I just wanted to pick her brain, and convinced her it was a podcast.
This week I am joined Walter Schreifels of Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits, Rival Schools, Dead Heavens, Vanishing Life, Youth Of Today, Walking Concert, World's Fastest Car, Project X, Warzone, Moondog, that might be it... We discuss the past, the future & Germany.
I got to speak to Jess Coppens today. She sings for a great new band by the name of Mirror Eyes. We discuss homosexuality and technology. But not how they relate to each other. I'll probably talk to someone else about that. Sounds a little tough on this one, I apologize.
Check out Mirror Eyes!
Jason Chatfield, Australian cartoonist currently living in NYC, keeps me busy in traffic. We discuss geography and imperialism. Neither of which I'm qualified to discuss. I think I need to have paid more attention in school.
Find out more about Jason on the internet! JasonChatfield.com
Mookie Thompson is an up & coming comedian from the bustling Brooklyn scene. He writes & performs on MTV's Bugging Out. We talk about the Brooklyn scene and the difference between a group of friends & a click.
Find out more about Mookie on the internet.
Vinnie Caruana, singer of I Am The Avalanche & The Movielife, just released a solo album on Equal Vision Records. We discuss his solo tour and the hardcore punk scene.
You can find out all things Vinnie by following him on Twitter.
Christopher Roach helped pass the time today by discussing his start in comedy and how he landed a role on Kevin James' new CBS sitcom, Kevin Can Wait. We also discuss some writing theory that I absolutely butcher and need to call Bryan McKenna for help. Special thanks to Bryan for this one.