Episode 298: Producer of extremely rare films Prince Wasim Al-Subaai stops by the studio to talk about his various film projects, a reading from the script to the next Star Wars, sensory deprivation tanks, and more. Plus, a very special ending segment to the episode.
It’s another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion, a best-of nugget from a past show. This EXTRAsode comes from a Christmas Eve 2011 show. Mac gets three different phone calls from Garth, Comb, and Shaquille O’Neal himself. Enjoy!
Episode 199: Mac and David learn sone bootlegger facts, Garth calls in with a party update, Shaq is on a date, a round of Buy or Sell closes out the year, and perhaps most shockingly of all, this show has a Hearts of Atlantis reference. If that doesn’t knock you on your ass, you don’t have one.
Opener: “The Whipping Continues” by Thee Oh Sees, from the album Castlemania
“Fireball” by The Royal Bangs, from the album Flux Outside
“Under the Gun” by Apex Manor, from the album The Year of Magical Drinking
Closer: “Wreckin’ Bar (Ra Ra Ra)” by The Vaccines, from the album What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?
Episode 198: It’s Christmas Eve and Mac is broadcasting solo. Mac gets calls from three Christmas spirits. A parrot story. This show got belt-whipped!
Opener: “Square One” by The Like, from the album Release Me
“Little Drummer Boy” by The Dandy Warhols, from the Little Drummer Boy single
“Tell Her No” by Tennis, from the Tell Her No single
Closer: “Push” by Ume, from the album Phantoms
Episode 120: David shares the results of his personal improvement experience. Mac watches fish eating fish. Something funny happens to someone else for once. Another dumb property gets optioned. Garth gets political. Look out, people that live next to rails, because this show is off of them. As was that last sentence.
“Suffocation” by Crystal Castles, from the second Crystal Castles album
“Eye” by Witch, from the album Paralyzed
“Climbing Up the Wall” by The Action, from the album Rolled Gold
“I Can Change” by LCD Soundsystem, from the album This is Happening
A non-spooky Halloween edition of the Mascot Wedding show means only a little costume talk, some discussion of Batman’s make-up, the Chris Farley DirecTV commercial, and getting angry. Plus Hupp, the Final Score, a call from Garth and more!
Download Episode 96: “the Mascot Wedding show 10/31/09”
Opener: “Little Dawn” by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, off the album Shake the Sheets
“Body” by Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, off the album Know Better Learn Faster
“Our Time” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, off the iTunes Originals collection
“1, 2, 3, Partyy!” by Mission of Burma, off the album The Sound the Speed the Light
Closer: “Nothing to Hide” by Yo La Tengo, off the album Popular Songs
Membership drive is finally ovah! Now your radio dates can get back to what they… wait, where’s David?
David Jara is on assignment, leaving Mac and Hupp to hold it down. A show that seemed to be going well until KOOP personality Vixie came in and touched the one knob you do not want to touch and we lost eight minutes of the podcast. When the show returns Mac is talking to Garth from Sunken Valley about his donations to KOOP during membership drive. Plus a lot of social media talk. Weird show.
Download Episode 91: “the Mascot Wedding show 09/19/09”
Opener: “Whole Wide World” by Wreckless Eric, off the album Big Smash
“House of Flying Daggers” by Raekwon featuring Ghostface Killa, Inspectah Deck, and Method Man, off the album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, Pt. 2
“Know Better Learn Faster” by Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, off the album Know Better Learn Faster.
“What New York Used to Be” by The Kills, of the album Midnight Boom
Closer: “Laura” by Girls, off the album Album
Episode 028: A game of “So much for that”, David chats with callers, more Indiana Jones talk, Mac talks about going to an open mic, and a weird conversation about some rare films. Solid show.
Opener: “14th Street” by Rufus Wainwright, off the album Want One
“California Bound” by Frank Black and the Catholics, off the album Black Letter Days
“Hairvest” by When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, off the album Not Noiice
Closer: “Here Comes the Summer” by The Fiery Furnaces, off the album EP