Wham Bam Pow's Cameron Esposito will be in Atlanta to record a new standup album for aspecialthing records Jan 9-12. C'mon out!
Tickets available at http://laughingskulllounge.com/show.cfm?id=278554
Episode 81 of Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is here and most people can't even handle it (probably). This time around, I sit down with J.C. Cassis from disco pop sensations Xelle and the popular Risk! podcast. Cancel all other plans as J.C. and I discuss topics including but not limited to my disdain for current pop music, how J.C. doesnt listen to "old music", her brother's love for computer games, Justin Bieber, and other stuff besides that stuff. As if all of that weren't enough, I also answer listener questions, check in with my secretary Shaina Feinberg, and hand things off to Ian Ball so he can once again deliver the Hot Jamz from London. For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonline.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill so I can tweet stuff at you or something. That pretty much covers it for now.
Holiday celebrating get a little out of control? Having troubling shaking that fuzzy feeling? Do you just have too many extra pickled sheep eyeballs lying around? This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin will walk you through the stomach-turning history of hangover cures.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
What up tho. Hope everyone had a dope holiday like myself. Just took down my Kwanzaa tree and lights. Anyhow Kim & I are enthused to have The Goosedown be part of the MaxFun podcast mafia and if you haven't had a chance to listen to our holiday show, check it out why dont'cha. For those who have, hope you enjoyed it and if you any questions concerning the episode or the podcast in general, holla at me. Im here for ya. Know that.
How did 2013 treat action and sci-fi movie buffs? Join us as we take a look back at the good, the bad, and Kick-Ass 2. Plus, My Brother, My Brother and Me co-brother Travis McElroy joins us to ring in the new year by sharing The Movie That Made Him.
You can follow Travis on Twitter -- he's @travismcelroy.
Next week, we'll be reviewing the movie Her, which is currently in theaters.
Happy New Year! 2014 has arrived, and Erin and Bryan rang it in by getting blackout drunk. Which means so far they've kept their New Year's resolution. Also, Erin goes over the most ridiculous lady products of the year, and Bryan goes in hard on the Phil Robertson and Duck Dynasty controversy. Have a great 2014, and black out with your rack out!
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Happy new year, everyone! Howsabout a new episode? Ross and Carrie join Los Angeles' biggest dowsing group, a coterie of colorful characters who believe that metal rods and pendulums can help us tap into our inner wisdom to locate any item or substance. We fix our solar plexuses, ask a pendulum what drinks to drink, and use rods to find... running water? Plus, we get a special visit from Jesse Thorn, from Maximum Fun!
And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!
Babbling Reporter Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ4shANmIN8
Teleportation Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfZmR2w_uf0
IIG Test of Dowser Lewis Rees: http://iighq.org/index.php/challenge/lewis-rees
Photo by Amy Davis Roth
For weeks I've been promising big news come the new year. Well, it's finally here. I'm proud to announce that we've got four new shows in the MaxFun lineup, and a fifth being re-launched.
Two of these shows are brand new, and two of them are already off to great starts. We're hoping you'll support them - both by checking them out and by donating in our MaxFunDrive this spring.
Here's the rundown:
The Goosedown with Jasper Redd & Kimberly Clark
Most comics are antic. Jasper and Kim are the opposite. The Goosedown is a warm, enveloping blanket of stray observations, off-hand remarks and social insights that's perfect for late night listening. It's a different kind of comedy podcast.
Lady to Lady
On Lady to Lady, hosts Brandie Posey, Tess Barker and Barbara Gray talk about the kind of stuff ladies talk about when there are no men around. Intimate, vulgar, hilarious, incisive, hilarious. Hilarious twice because it's really, really funny.
International Waters with Dave Holmes
International Waters is one of MaxFun's most beloved and fastest growing shows, and now it's moving to twice a month, with a brand new host. The game stays the same: a battle between UK and US comics in a pop culture quiz. But now, your host is the hilarious and charming Dave Holmes, known for hosting every television show ever, and his comedy work on Reno 911 and on stage in LA's long-running The Friday 40. It's twice the humor, and infinity percent more Dave Holmes.
Oh No, Ross & Carrie!
Every month, Ross Blocher and Carrie Poppy put on their investigator hats and take on the fringey, strange, paranormal and pseudo-scientific. They've joined 9/11 Truther groups, learned reflexology, searched for energy vortices and barfed their guts out after some particularly foul hangover cures. And of course once they do this crazy stuff, they always report back, forthwith.
Composer/Producer Hrishikesh Hirway (The One AM Radio) talks to musicians about how and why they recorded a single song. Then he breaks the song's stems - the individual instrumental and vocal tracks - down and builds the song again with snippets from the interview. Episode one features Jimmy Tamborello of The Postal Service talking about their song The District Sleeps Alone Tonight.
So... head over to iTunes, give these shows a listen and subscribe. And don't forget who brings 'em to ya!
Our first guest on Song Exploder is Jimmy Tamborello, aka Dntel, aka one half of The Postal Service (the other half being Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie). Jimmy breaks down "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight," and talks about his instruments, his influences, and how he accidentally made a loop out of Jenny Lewis's backing vocals.
Buy the song on iTunes here.
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Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite moments of 2013, Christmas memories, grown men singing about snow, Kwanzaa Karolz & hold the first ever Christmas draft.