Episode 205: Here come King Horse and Panini Press, your Radio Bad Boys. OR NOT. Chris Nicholas from Staple! joins the show. Talk of Jeremy Lin, Sports Illustrated’s dumb swimsuit issue, Wendy’s, and that smug prick Matty Collector.
Opener: “King Horse” by Elvis Costello and the Attractions, from the album Get Happy
“Suitcase” by Standard Fare, from the album Out of Sight, Out of Town
Closer: “Bruiser” by Wax Museums, from the album Eye Times
UPDATE: We will not be broadcasting the Mascot Wedding Show from Staple. We’ll be in-studio taking your pledges for our final show of membership drive! We will still be tabling at Staple though, so come ut and say hi.
This Saturday and Sunday, Mascot Wedding will have a table at Staple! selling a whole bunch of stuff but also hoping to meet some of our lovely listeners. We also got a shout out in the local AV Club. This weekend at the Marchesa Hall. Sat 11-6, Sun 12-6
++Hot Property at Coldtowne Theater
Hot Property is sketch-prov. That means we sort of write it out but not really and we sort of make it up as we go but not really. Before you judge us as just a lazy sketch comedy group, we need to catch our breath first. And maybe lay down. Hot Property is Mac and David from MW plus Nick and Lance of Midnight Society. Your Terrific Neighbors are your sketch comedy headliners.
Mar 10, 10PM @ Coldtowne Theater
++Hashtag Austin Comedy (Mac does some stand-up)
A monthly stand-up showcase hosted by David McQuary, who is one of the best kids ever. Come see a bunch of funny people and also Mac.
Mar 25, 9:30PM @ The New Movement Theater
++Stag Comedy Videos!
This isn’t really a live event, but the sketch comedy arm of Mascot Wedding, Stag Comedy, is going to start uploading a new video every Wednesday. Starting today! Head to stagcomedy.com to check’em out.
Episode 156: Mac and David welcome guest Staple! show founder Chris Nicholas to the studio (did we mention we’ll be at the show? Because we will). Plus some Robocop statue talk and Mac’s brother Calvin needs some Valentine’s Day help.
Opener: “Cosmic Cars” by The Dirtbombs, from the album Party Store
“Pumped Up Kicks” by Foster The People, from their self-titled EP
“Down in the Dumps” by Hank IV, from the album III
Closer: “There is a Light that Never Goes Out (The Smiths Cover)” by Dum Dum Girls, from the He Gets Me High EP