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 […]

249 – Dream State by Son Lux

Rod and Moksha give the 411 on the inner workings of their new collaboration, then Moksha takes us on a deep dive into the track “Dream State” by Son Lux, off 2018’s Brighter Wounds. We also get mildly political,  and debut two new segments. Moksha’s 2nd Stage: “Chevel” by Igorr There’s More to Life Than […]

246 – Emotional Haircut by LCD Soundsystem

On this week’s episode Patrick shares the song “Emotional Haircut” by LCD Soundsystem. We catch up on the married life, talk fashion, interpret lyrics, Apollonian & Dionysian literary concepts, Nietzsche, teaching literature, Denise ruins Patrick’s song, and more! Show References: Transresistor Radio Episode | Patrick’s guest spot on The Grawlix Podcast Follow Patrick on Twitter: Almost Educational | Make Dad […]

244 – Wear Clean Draws by The Coup

On this week’s episode Rod and Denise share one of their favorite tracks by punk-funk hip hop band The Coup. They also disagree on release schedules, Rod finally experiences Marilyn Manson live, Bill Maher is a bit of an asshole, staying ready, two sides to every story, and album art controversy. Show References: Politically Incorrect with […]