Episode 275: Ximena Estrada (STAG Comedy, Precious Dads) is our guest, David falls asleep mid-sentence, the debut of “Night Boners”, plus a woman joins us to talk about her experience on Bar Rescue.
Episode 251: Comedian and National Air Sex champion Dave Child joins Mac and guest host Ximena Estrada to talk about finding downed planes, Austin Powers, erotic fan fiction, secrets of the Grimace, and what to do with a golden phallus.
Original air date 2/16/13
Opener: “Recover” by CHVRCHES, from the Recover EP
“Bohemian Rhapsody” by The Braids, from the album Here We Come
Closer: “Favorite Place” by Black Books, from the Aquarena. EP
Episode 202: Ximena Estrada joins Mac and David as the radio lions talk about Buc-ees, American Apparel, some spontaneous Mighty Mighty Bosstones fiction, Mac brings down a Sonic, rapid fire scolding and more. Also an interview with Martin Pepper, the voice of the Sunken Valley single A baseball team.
Original air date 01/21/12.
Opener: “Sidewalk Safari” by Chairlift, from the album Something
“Memories Can’t Wait” by the Talking Heads, from the album Fear of Music
Closer: “Please Be My Third Eye” by La Sera, from the album Sees the Lights
Episode 188: David Jara is on assignment, so Mac is joined in studio by comedians Ximena Estrada and Michael Pedicano. This show has it all, folks. Chiropractics talk, Mac hanging up on a caller twice, Facebook, Steve Jobs, dead animals, and more.
Opener: “Soma” by Frankie Rose, from the compilation Stereogum Presents… STROKED: A Tribute To Is This It
“Weekend” by The Smith Westerns, from the album Dye It Blonde
Closer: “Wooden Bones” by Follow That Bird, from the Wooden Bones 7″
Episode 154: David returns as does special guest Ximena Estrada. The Remake a Movie Game finally gets off the ground. Mac tries not to say “UH” and fails + more.Opener: “Pursuit of Happiness (Kid Cudi cover)” by Lissie
“Funerals” by Jason Lowenstein, from the album At Sixes and Sevens
“Ill love” by Pete & The Pirates, from the album Little Death
Closer: “On Land” by TV Girl, from their self-titled EP
Opener: “Pursuit of Happiness (Nightmare)” by Kid Cudi, MGMT & Ratatat, from the album Man on the Moon: The End of the Day
Episode 153: David Jara is on assignment, so Mac is joined in-studio by Ximena Estrada. Some Golden Globes talk, comic strip deaths, a call from a man excited about a circus, the remake a movie game false-starts, and Mac gets guilted into giving away tickets to 30 Seconds to Mars. When we planned out this show we weren’t aiming for mean-spirited, but…
“If You Want It” by TV Girl, from their self-titled EP
“Wide eyes” by Local Natives, from the album Gorilla Manor
Closer: “Louder Than Ever” by Cold War Kids, from the album Mine is Yours
Episode 053: David Jara is on assignment, so special guest host Ximena rejoins Mac on air. Mac gets initimidated by his postman. Some talk about falling asleep on the couch, movies set in the future, and Christmas shopping. Plus, a round of “You know what? I like this” leads to some Family Guy talk (don’t tell David). Full show.
Opener: “Past in Present” by Feist, off the album The Reminder
“Do you Remember?” by Cheeseburger, off their self-titled album
“My Shadow” by Jay Reatard, off the album Blood Visions
“Fantasies” by Rogue Wave, off the album Asleep at Heaven’s Gate
“I’m Good, I’m Gone” by Lykke Li, off the album Youth Novels
Closer: “Consoler of the Lonely” by The Raconteurs, off the album Consolers of the Lonely
Episode 049: David Jara is on assignment, so Mac is joined in-studio by special guest (Mascot Wedding Productions’ own) Ximena Estrada! Author Eugene Fernwell calls in. Mac bears the burden of being a rock DJ. Ximena is weary of danciness. Plus, some dumb callers, Beck talk, and more McRib talk that necessary.
Opener: “Anything ‘Cept The Truth” by the Eagles of Death Metal, off the album Heart On
“Space And The Woods (Cenzo Townshend Mix)” by Late of the Pier, off the Echoclistel Lambietroy EP
“We Are Your Friends” by Justice Vs Simian, off the We Are Your Friends single
“Pressure Zone” by Beck, off the album Midnite Vultures
Closer: “Skools Out…” by Ladytron, off the album 604