Episode 239: David Jara is on assignment, so Mac is joined in-studio by comedy studs Dave Buckman and Lance Gilstrap. Talk of the Austin improv scene, space vampires, keeping it cool at concerts, cartoon bits are the best, the end of the world, obscure TV episodes, and more. “To the gills” is my answer to you if you were wondering how packed this show is.
Opener: “Interstellar” by Frankie Rose, from the album Interstellar
“Joanna” by the Little Comets, from the Joanna single
Closer: “Civilian Stripes” by Divine Fits, from the album A thing Called the Divine Fits
Episode 228: Friend of the show and comedian Lance Gilstrap, gets in the buddy chair. David interviews two political 10-year-olds from the Pizza Party. Talk of Lance’s roommate Sam, helping people (why it’s bad), “leaving town” shirts and (somehow) we fall down the rabbit hole of cartoon talk. Plus, an ex-governor joins us for plugs.
Episode 218: David Jara is on assignment, so Mac is joined by special guest-host Lance Gilstrap to talk about the upcoming Austin Sketch Fest. A call from Brian Shortall of Delicious Moments (hint: one of the Fest’s most anticipated acts). An offhand comment leads to Lance tell true stories of his pit years. Plus, a very exciting Mascot Wedding announcement!
Episode 210: And thus we gave birth to the MEGASODE. The magic boys flew too close to the sun on this one, and were plucked from the sky by warbly audio at the end of the second act. Curses!
First we have comedian Lance Gilstrap, then an interview with young Kevin Trumpet which doesn’t end well for Mac and David. Then Mac interviews the Editor In Chief of Marvel Comics, Axel Alonso about Marvel’s new digital initiatives and Avengers vs X-men. Food talk, cable problems, threats, kid’s news, comic book pitches – this thing is stuffed. Original air date 03/24/12.
Opener: “Excuse” by The Ettes, from the album Wicked Will
“All of Me” by Tanlines, from the album Mixed Emotions
Closer: “Young Love” by Mystery Jets, from the album Twenty One
Outro track: “Hard Smart Beta” by Starfucker, from their self-titled album
Episode 201: Comedian Lance Gilstrap joins Mac and David to drop some knowledge about Kaboom cereal and cologne. Some celebrity stories, cereal movies, and a conversation with country lawyer Antoine Delafield. Original air date 01/14/12.
Opener: “Portland” by Coasting, from the album You’re Never Going Back
“Wake and Be Fine” by Okkervil River, from the album I am Very Far
Closer: “Always on My Mind” by Phantom Planet, from the album Guest
Episode 187: Mac and David are joined by special guests Nick Ramirez and Lance Gilstrap from Midnight Society and the Game Show Show. Talk of strong Japanese beer cans, Kill Bill, and more. Plus the Game Show Show match game radio edition.
Opener: “Raisans” by Dinosaur jr., from the album You’re Living All Over Me
“Girls Like Me” by TV Girl, from the Girls Like Me 7″
Closer: “Addicted to Love” by Florence + the Machine, from the album Lungs: Deluxe Edition
Episode 182: It’s show 1 of KOOP’s Fall Membership Drive. Mac and David are joined in-studio by comedian Lance Gilstrap, Stronger Than Dirt’s Scott Gardener, and Ximena Estrada from MW and Stag Comedy. Out of Bounds talk, Mac survives a lame earthquake, a Handsome Furs concert report, and a review of the 1994 Steven Seagal film On Deadly Ground. Also, plenty of hype noises.
Opener: “Teenage Blood” by Apex Manor, from the album The Year of Magical Drinking
“Julius” by Starfucker, from the album Reptilians
“Once in a While” by Don’t Stop or We’ll Die, from the One of the Gang EP
Closer: “Ever Falling in Love” by Times New Viking, from the album Dancer Equired
Episode 157: It’s the first Mascot Wedding Show of the KOOP Spring Membership Drive with special in-studio guests Lance Gilstrap of Midnight Society and Miss Manners of Hip Hop Hooray. Mac is sick and has a crazy deep voice. Plus, more Robocop Statue talk, John Aielli impressions, swimsuit lady talk, and more!
Opener: “Grass Helmet” by The Royal Bangs, from the album Flux Outside
“Pinecone” by Kelley Stoltz, from the album To Dreamers
Closer: “Dancing with The Devil” by Wolf Gang, from the album Suego Faults