259 – Alcohol by FIDLAR

This week on the LPP, we venture into the music scene of Rod’s home town of L.A. to explore the web of musical context surrounding the second generation punk royalty, FIDLAR. Rod tells us why the Planet Earth II series is worth your time even if you don’t have a 4k screen yet. Moksha finds […]

258 – Handshake by Suzanne Santo

On this week’s episode of the LPP, former-podcast-member Denise returns to share a fiery track by Americana roots singer Suzanne Santo. Rod wants to spread knowledge through a magazine subscription and Denise urges you to support local artists. Also, the Gren cries wolf with Numblife. Show References: Taggart & Torrens | Mascot Diaries | Suzanne Santo […]

257 – Andy Warhol’s Dream by Trevor Sensor

Warning: This  episode of the LPP contains high concentrations of philosophical discourse, existential angst, and absurdity. If you choose to disregard this warning you will be subjected to Midwestern philosopher-poet Trevor Sensor, L.A.-based Dead Sara, also Rod’s new found love of Renaissance Fairs. And an overly technical lecture from Moksha on the making of float […]

253 – Freakshow by Ghospoet

On this week’s episode, we explore the haunting lyrics and shadowy, incorporeal rhythms of Ghospoet. Also on the episode, Rod realizes he may be sinking into a depressive funk and so discovers Love, through Netflix. The literary world of Ann Leckie invites us all to self-identify as a spaceship if we want to. And we […]

252 – Carnival by Mark Lanegan

This week, Jodie B. of the Po Boys Podcast guides us through Mark Lanegan’s “Carnival”. Roseanne Barr and John Goodman are back and lighter than ever. Friendly kid at Chick-fil-A shines a light on a divided nation. And Moksha introduces us to White Reaper, aka The World’s Best American Band. Show References: Rod’s video ft. This […]

251 – Pick Up The Pieces by Curse of Lono

On this week’s episode, we bring you “Pick Up the Pieces” by self-described cinematic southern gothic alt rockers Curse of Lono. Moksha presents us with a collection of clips of the band’s influences, and front man Felix Bechtolsheimer’s previous project, Hey Negrita. On our More To Life segment, Moksha bring’s the FX series Taboo starring Tom […]