September 10th, 2014
No guest this week. The guys discuss headline porn, vigilante justice and Vance's final thoughts before being made an honest man. Featuring music by Rob Sonic, Leisure Cruise and Slothrust.
September 3rd, 2014
Jack + Eliza stop by for an in-studio performance and chat with the guys
about their urban childhoods, how much reverb is too much reverb and
why Vance only practices martial arts in private.
August 27th, 2014
An encore presentation of our session with The Spring Standards.
The gang chats about elder love, managing expectations and celebrity undergarments.
August 20th, 2014
Just Adam and Vance all alone in the studio again this week. The guys discuss their thoughts on mortality, inappropriate cleavage and why there's no line for shuffleboard in the Poconos. Featuring music by St. Vincent, Chance the Rapper and STRFKR.
August 13th, 2014
No guest this week, just Adam and Vance all alone in the studio. The guys earnestly debate whether or not we need foreskin anymore, why decades don't have as defined of an esthetic as they used to and who decided it's ok to feel preemptively nostalgic about the 90's. Featuring music by Wesley Bright & the Hi-Lites, Fancy Colors and Wu-Tang Clan.
August 6th, 2014
The gals from Helioscope stop by and perform live in-studio. The gang chats about self acceptance, the quality of seafood in Japan and play a spirited round of Beard or No Beard.
July 30th, 2014
The fellas from The Nepotist stop by and play live in-studio. The gang chats about making responsible dietary choices, where Philadelphians go to get cheesesteaks and how to feel when you see your boyhood hero bagging groceries.
July 23rd, 2014
Paco (formerly) of Duk Duk Goose Goose stops by and spits some hot bars live in-studio. The guys chat about the state of commercial hip hop, Tupac the musical and recap Vance's recent bachelor party and current outfit.
July 9th, 2014
Innocent Tswamuno performs live in-studio and chats with the guys about moving to Connecticut from Zimbabwe, slow jam clichés and why stereotypes aren't all that bad.
July 2nd, 2014
Starvin B and One Take stop by and play some tracks off of their newish album Blood From a Stone. The gang chats about the worst jobs they've ever had, how sometimes having exact change can be a bad thing and what really goes on in those strip clubs on the side of the highway.