Episode 355 [5/17/2017]
Steve Morton gets down to talk about CULTS. First we talk a bunch of shit about the hulu show THE PATH and try to see if there was anything worth taking from that mainstream show. And then we get a lil deeper on it all with our own personal and academic experience with cults and religious fanaticism, of which Steve and I are both minor experts on the subject. PLUS we listen to music from the Now or Never Tour that is going across the midwest and east coast featuring La Armada, Thulsa Doom, and Disaster Strikes and then we end the episode with an appropriate tune from Almost Aimless.

Episode 354 [5/2/2017]
Days N Daze gets down to talk about their new album “CrustFall”. Geoff, Whitney, Jesse, and Meagan are all on together to give us all the background on the album, the writing, the lyrics, little behind the scenes details we are dying to know. Plus we talk about some fucked up tour stories and listen to a bunch of tracks from the album.

Episode 353 [4/19/2017]
Ev Gold from Cinema Cinema gets down to talk about their new album "Man Bites Dog". We talk about the process of writing it, tell some fucked up stories surrounding it, and how they get that unique sound that is Cinema Cinema. PLUS we listen to a few unreleased tracks off their album that comes out April 28th.

Episode 352 [4/5/2017]
Ira Cogan is back to talk about the incessant arguments that tear the left wing political people apart, and why these petty spats happen on our side more than the rightwing side. And then we talk about pain as we regale you with stories of our own suffering for your enjoyment. No one makes me feel more weak, frail, and broken than Ira, so we head straight into that pain like we were both built to do and talk it all out. Plus we listen to tunes from Almost Aimless, Skull Practitioners, Cinema Cinema, and Public Safety.

Episode 351 [3/22/2017]
Lauren Ross from the Dispatches from the Underground collective gets down to try and find some good in main stream sci-fi and then we expose our bad side in our underground selves. We talk about HBO’s weird and wonderful, wild, wild WestWorld and then we delve into some of the shows subtle philosophical implications involving the public vs. the private self. Plus we listen to some futuristic folk tunes from Dirty Kid Discount, Nomad Mountain Outlaws, Cush Dankson, and Shootdang.


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Ira Cogan is back to talk about the incessant arguments that tear the left wing political people apart, and why these petty spats happen on our side more than the rightwing side. And then we talk about pain as we regale you with stories of our own suffering for your enjoyment. No one makes me feel more weak, frail, and broken than Ira, so we head straight into that pain like we were both built to do and talk it all out. Plus we listen to tunes from Almost Aimless, Skull Practitioners, Cinema Cinema, and Public Safety.