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 Ad Read: Episode 7 | Get Your Son Out Of Prison | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:01

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Bentmore Buckets Our favorite bucket company is going out of business, but that doesn’t mean they’re going down without a fight. The world renown bucket company is having a huge blowout sale, and everyone is invited. And what’s more, well… you’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out about that. The Cake Is A Lie Look at this awesome cake. It seems there’s a cake party inside the courthouse, and this is the cake you’ve brought to the cake party. Or is it? Maybe you’re bringing it to help break your dipshit son out of jail. I wonder how a cake could help you do that, hmmm… Jimmy’s Time Palace We’re going back in time! Fucky Look who found someone special. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Aaron Cooper,  she who shall not be named, and he who shall not be named nor his Twitter account linked.)

 GWAR Riot Fest 2019 Interview (by Aaron Cooper) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3:49

Breaking on the scene in the 1980s during the height of heavy metal (and to the dismay of conservative parents), GWAR manages to remain a household name. From legendary appearances on various talk shows, devouring Ethan Embry in Empire Records, and even an integral part of the plot in the Beavis & Butthead videogames, there isn’t much GWAR hasn’t done. Despite unleashing over 14 albums, countless music videos, and a film, GWAR’s claim to fame will always be their over-the-top live show. With gratuitous displays of gore, gallons of blood spraying the audience, and more than enough metal to burn your local church to the ground, no other artist comes close to the blasphemous theatrics of GWAR! With such an emphasis on showmanship, festivals clamor for the otherworldly chaos of GWAR. Where else can you see foam latex caricatures of Caitlyn Jenner giving birth on stage or Donald Trump’s entrails ripped from his body and thrown in the audience? It’s a sight to behold and I’ve never been disappointed with the countless times I’ve seen them. As with Andrew WK and Taking Back Sunday, GWAR are unofficial mainstays at Chicago’s Riot Fest. Something about politically incorrect humor and various body fluids covering an audience just screams punk like nothing else. After their sinfully satisfying set during Riot Fest’s metal day, I had the opportunity to catch up with bassist/vocalist Beefcake The Mighty and guitarist Balsac: The Jaws Of Death. Even though I’ve met a few members of GWAR at previous Riot Fests, I really didn’t know what to expect with an interview. Most importantly, I wondered how I was going to interview such vile characters and uphold my personal no swearing rule? I knew it wouldn’t be easy, but I’ve never been one to turn down a challenge. I’m a Bearded Gentlemen journalist after all. (Audio of the GWAR Interview Below.) Subscribe on iTunes HERE Beefcake The Mighty: I really like that patch. Oh, which one? Beefcake: That one. points to Motorhead patch but just that one.  Well, I would totally give it to you but I don’t know how to un-sew. Beefcake: I already have it. That’s why I like it. I don’t need another one. You can keep it with all the rest. The rest of them are stupid. points to John Davis pin Is that Jesus? Of indie rock, yes! John Davis of The Lees of Memory. Beefcake: Oh. fair enough. Is this your table? Umm, it is now! Beefcake: Alright then. Let’s plather! SHOOT THE ****! Is there anyone currently on the Riot Fest roster, you’d like to beat up? Balsac The Jaws Of Death: (laughs) Beefcake: What the ****??? Probably. Care to drop a name? Beefcake: Nah, no really, there’s not. I mean, out of anybody I’d want to beat up…I don’t even know who’s here. Right. I guess it’s not cool to put you on the spot anyway. Beefcake: All I know is the band on our stage and the stage that’s next to us. AND THEY’RE ALL GREAT BLOKES!

 Ad Read: Episode 6 | True Love Will Kill You | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 12:55

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Moon Importance Foundation The moon is important, and the Moon Importance Foundation will not hear otherwise. Find out what’s so great about the moon. Sugar Cube A new dating app for people who are looking for a different kind of relationship. Donny Heart Throb Your favorite pop star wants you to buy his new album. Check out the sexiest pop star in the game and buy this album full of all six of his hit songs. If you like sexy things and being sexy and just sex in general, this is the sexy music for you to sex with. Testimonials We hear testimonials regarding the Coalition for Being Cool to Your Parents, arm tattoos and the Sun God, sorta. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Brandon Perras, Aaron Cooper,  she who shall not be named, and he who shall not be named nor his Twitter account linked.)

 Five Feet Under | Featuring Guest Deezy Violet | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 13:42

Five Feet Under with Kendon Luscher is a podcast, which is pretty darn cool. What’s the nature of the podcast? I am glad you asked. I ask an artist, writer, musician, comedian and/or God-type five questions. That person answers the questions, and that’s the podcast. It’s short and fun and almost nobody gets hurt in the process. Subscribe on iTunes HERE Today’s guest is Deezy Violet, who is a musician in the band Sad Baxter. You can find their albums in a variety of places. On today’s episode, I ask the following questions: * The standard question — what album have you listened to most in the past month? * Your first ever concert was Britney Spears in 1999, which means you’re an expert on Spears. What Britney Spears song holds up best now that you’re an adult, and what song did you think banged at the time but is really pretty weak? * One Game of Thrones character is going to magically spring from fiction and become your new friend and roommate. They have no concept they were not previously a real person in a real world, so this a real fish out of water situation for them. Which one Game of Thrones character would you pick and how well do you think this person would assimilate into our world? * The President of Video Games comes up to you after a show, and they say, “We’ve run out of new ideas for video games. Can you help?” They then instruct you to pull out your phone and use predictive text to finish this sentence: “The hot new video game is about____.” What’s the new video game about, according to your phone’s predictive text, and what kind of game would it be? * You and Alex get to start a side project with two other Nashville bands. You can take one or two members from each band (so your group would be 4-6 members). Who you taking, what musical devices is everyone playing and what kind of music do you play?

 Ad Read: Episode 5 | HomeBadgersDotOrg.com | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 12:39

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Fun Pets Adopt a pet today! Sun Basket What bounty does the glorious sun giveth? Prepare your mind to hear of the glory of the sun. Taste the food that cometh from the sun. Glow in the sun’s glow. Find warmth in the sun’s warmth. Find your destiny with a stomach full of good food. HomeBadgersDotOrg.com Sorry to badger you, but this is a great company for anyone who loves animals and maybe needs help from a certified service animal. Couldn’t hurt! Every Pyre! A pyre for every creature of every size. Don’t get caught using a makeshift pyre. Use the pyre made for the fire. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Brandon Perras, Aaron Cooper,  she who shall not be named, and he who shall not be named nor his Twitter account linked.)

 Five Feet Under | Featuring Guest Eric Ayotte | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 11:34

Five Feet Under with Kendon Luscher is a podcast, which is pretty darn cool. What’s the nature of the podcast? I am glad you asked. I ask an artist, writer, musician, comedian and/or God-type five questions. That person answers the questions, and that’s the podcast. It’s short and fun and almost nobody gets hurt in the process. Subscribe on iTunes HERE Today’s guest is Eric Ayotte. He is a filmmaker and a musician. You can find all his stuff on his website, but specifically check out: –Gadabout Film Festival –His band and the band’s Facebook page -The music videos he’s directed, which are great On today’s episode, I ask the following questions: * The standard question — what album have you listened to most in the past month? * What’s the definitive music video? * Aliens come to Earth and for some reason they knock on your door and tell you that you have a year to remake one feature film or they’ll blow up Earth. They’ll finance the whole thing, but you have to shoot it yourself, soundtrack it yourself and play one of the leads. What can I tell you, these aliens are weird. What movie do you pick and why? * Last year, you wrote (and made the music video for) a Halloween Song called “Mr. Pumpkin” that might be one of my favorite Halloween tunes I’ve ever heard. Back in 2016, SNL aired its best skit in like a decade with their David S. Pumpkins joint, and that really blew up. I can keep going on about pumpkins, but it’s clear people relate to them hard. Why do you think people relate so much to pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns especially? * A lot of your short film work is based off a prompts, and you’re great at it. So I’m going to put you on the spot here. Your prompt is dumbest superpower. Give me the elevator pitch for your short film based on this prompt. Bonus points if you can work in yet another Yahoo Search Engine joke, but I won’t tell an artist how to do his work.

 Ad Read: Episode 4 | Flavor Blast Me! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 9:09

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Jimmy’s Day Care The best place for child care. Hopefully your children enjoy puzzles. Testimonials Some people love HelloFresh, Blue Apron and Bentmore Buckets but hate The Law Offices of Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith and Smith Hide and Seekers Almost caught me. I’m over here. No, I’m here. Over here? Can you catch me? I bet you can’t. Ooooooo. The Coalition For Being Cool To Your Parents The CEO of Porn Hub wants his daughter to stop pranking him so much and start being cool. It’s really not too much to ask. Jenny, your father is trying to help you here. Why do you reject his help so much? Is it… is it the teen hormones? Should you and your father go to family therapy? Tough Boy Buckets The strongest name in buckets. This is the exclusive bucket of people who like tough buckets that won’t dent. Flavor Blasters Blast some flavor when you need a blast of flavor blasted onto a wad of food that lacks blasts of flavor. Flavor blast that wad with Flavor Blasters! Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Aaron Cooper,  she who shall not be named, some other anonymous people on the Flavor Blasters ad and he who shall not be named nor his Twitter account linked.)  

 Five Feet Under | Featuring Guest Keith Pille | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 13:32

Five Feet Under with Kendon Luscher is a podcast, which is pretty darn cool. What’s the nature of the podcast? I am glad you asked. I ask an artist, writer, musician, comedian and/or God-type five questions. That person answers the questions, and that’s the podcast. It’s short and fun and almost nobody gets hurt in the process. Subscribe on iTunes HERE Today’s guest is Keith Pille. He does a whole lot of stuff, some of which includes: -His band, The Awesome Boys. -His Uncle Tupelo podcast, We’ve Been Had (on iTunes here). -His mannnnnnny comics. -His writing! On today’s episode, I ask the following questions: * What album have you listened to the most in the past month or so? * You’re a pretty big Achewood fan, which makes you alright by me. If you had to pick one Achewood character to be your spirit animal, who would you pick and why would this character represent the essence that is you? * Reel Big Fish are covering three songs, and these are the only three songs anyone on Earth will ever be able to listen to again. Lucky for us, you get to pick the songs. Which three are you picking? * You’re a midwestern punk who draws cartoons, so I gotta assume you were involved in zines or at least interested. What was the zine scene like in the great state of Minnesota when you were growing up? * Final question. Best Wilco song, worst Wilco song and most median Wilco song? (And as a bonus, the comic Keith mentions on the podcast is righttttt…… here.) Remember to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever, and please leave a five star review saying how much you dig the podcast. If you do that, we will become inseparable best friends, and I will be soul-bound to do whatever you ask me to do, no matter how terrible. Please also subscribe to Keith’s podcast(s) because he’s a cool guy who deserves it.  

 Ad Read: Episode 3 | Blood Stew | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 14:35

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: The Coalition For Being Cool To Your Parents Hey, Brad. Could you stop being a little turd, Brad? Huh? I mean, really, what gives? Haven’t your parents done enough for you that you can cut them a modicum of slack? Just be cool for once. Please, please, please. Get it together, Brad. HelloFresh Who can say what HelloFresh is? It could be another food delivery service. It could be… ah nuts. No, it’s that first thing. I was going to hint at it a little before getting to the real thing but I came right out and said it. I’m very bad at all of this. Bentmore Buckets Again? Well, this time, we have a very in-depth user testimonial in support of this amazing product. If you weren’t sold on it before, you’ll be filling your buckets with buckets after listening to this. Law Offices of Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith and Smith Looking to sue someone? This place can help. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Aaron Cooper and she who shall not be named.)

 Ad Read: Episode 2 | A Great Place To Raise Your Kids | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:48

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. Subscribe on iTunes HERE In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Harry’s What is in a name, right? Well, Harry’s is just what it sounds like, but what that is, we won’t say. You have to listen to the sweet, sweet ad reads to find that out. Nice try, sucker. Taco Bell’s Play Zone Find out why the Play Zone at Taco Bell is a magical place full of wonder for the children of Barberton, Ohio. Maybe you yourself would like to go to the Play Zone and you aren’t a child. You’re in luck! You can still come on down if you really feel like it. We’ll explain why in this here ad read. I did a southern accent there, okay? And it was very good. Frito Lays We reveal the new slogan for Frito Lays, straight from the CEO’s mouth. It’s a huge reveal, so tell all your friends and your friends’ friends and their friends and their friends after that and fifty generations of friends. Tell everyone. Jimmy’s Driving School Small businesses are businesses too. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! (Additional writing for this podcast by Jon Robertson. Additional acting by Jon, Aaron Cooper, she who shall not be named and he who shall not be named nor his Twitter account linked to.)  

 Ad Read: Episode 1 | Let's Blow Up The Moon | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8:20

Welcome to the Ad Read podcast. We’re not like those other podcasts that fluff the running time with needless content. We get straight to the ad reads, bringing you, the consumer the product information you crave. No need to skip ahead, no filler, just poorly read ad copy from all the brands you love. In today’s episode, we read the following ads: Blue Apron Find out what Blue Apron is. Find out why you need to buy Blue Apron m…. ooops! I almost just said what Blue Apron is, lol. It could be anything. It could be a type of plane. You don’t fucking know. This episode will talk about that. Hims Oh my. I bet you’re watering at the mouth, trying to figure out what this product might be. But you’ll have to wait until you listen to the podcast or a witch will curse you and you will forever be ruined, absolutely ruined. You wouldn’t like that, would you? You wouldn’t like a witch destroying you? I don’t know. I’m really asking. I don’t know. I don’t know your entire deal. So tell me. Would you want a witch to curse you? If you do, well shit. I mean… that witch is going to curse you. Fuck. I wasn’t really banking on you wanting a witch to curse you, but here we are. I mean, that was my only threat, and you’ve called my bluff here. Well done. Bentmore Buckets Crap. The product description is kind of right in the name, huh? Like, I’m not going to keep you in suspense about what this amazing product might be. You know it’s buckets. It’s right there in the damn name. But I do have one thing on you, and that’s the offer code. I’m going to be a straight up dick about this. If you want the offer code, you have to listen to the podcast. That’s the rules, you fucking asshole. I win. You lose. Fuck you. Something else… Maybe you like one of the products advertised on this podcast. That’s really cool! Upload here or email the podcast at adreadpodcast at gmail.com with your testimonials. You can send these as either a written testimonial or an audio testimonial. Either way, we may include it on the show! That’s cool as fuck, and I’m the creator of this podcast so I would know. Another Thing? If you have a business you want to advertise on the podcast, you can also email us at adreadpodcast at gmail.com! We’d love to read your ad! Subscribe on iTunes HERE

 B.G.M. Podcast: The 1st of The Month | December 2018 | Catching Up | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:33:03

Hey! This is not Mike this month. This is Coop. Back in July of 2018, Mike and Jon invited me to join them for an episode of the podcast. Mike discussed seeing Radiohead at Madison Square Garden, Jon shared his love for The Internet’s latest album Hive Mind, and I talked about my adventures at Pitchfork Music Festival. Including nearly getting arrested during Lauryn Hill’s soundcheck. It was a great episode with memories and comradery. But due to some serious personal issues, the episode was never posted. This is not that episode. See, we here at Bearded Gentlemen Music like it to keep it fresh like putting on a clean Wu-Tang t-shirt straight out the dryer. Why wallow around in a podcast recorded nearly 6 months ago when you can record a brand new one? On this go around Mike, Jon, and I talk about some serious issues like why Mike thinks I’m a cheating garbage person for having a guest spot on another podcast. Which one of the Beatles Jon would Fuck /Mary /Kill. We even get a little deeper by discussing what could be done to mend a once strong relationship. To be honest this episode goes all over the map with topics and tone because we’re real dudes. No scripts or preconditioning here. Just three friends sitting crooked and talking straight. That and Mike reminding us that he’s Lionel Richie and we’re just The Commodores. So sit back and start your year off right by enjoying this special episode of the Bearded Gentlemen Podcast. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go apply the second coat of wax on Mike’s car… Also, please subscribe to our podcast and rate it appropriately on iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher and where ever else podcasts are found. What’s “appropriately”? Five stars / two thumbs up / 10 out of 10, obviously. Because if you don’t help us, we can’t help you with these hot takes we’re dropping. Help us help you by encouraging us to make the best podcast possible because we’re insecure like that. Subscribe on iTunes HERE

 B.G.M. Podcast: The 1st of The Month | June 2018 | New Throwback Jams | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:17:21

Hello! This is not Mike this month. This is Jon again. So in case you don’t know how our recording schedule works we try and record the podcast during the last weekend of the previous month and we try and release it on the first of the month. Hence the title. Here’s the problem, we recorded super early this month and we missed a ton of stuff that we would have probably spent the whole podcast talking about. Here’s a list of shit that we missed and it all has to do with Kanye again. * Pusha T’s new album, Daytona is an absolute banger of an EP / album. It fucking rules! – sampled in the pod * The whole Drake, Pusha T beef. * Push’s savage response back to Drake that basically burned his entire world down. * The whole J Prince telling Kanye to shut the Drake / Push beef down (very shady stuff). * Kanye’s new album, Ye which is okay. *  Kids See Ghosts, which is dope and I’m sure we will hit on that in this upcoming podcast for next month. – sampled in the pod Also, we had another guest this month. We were joined by the wonderful, Haley Lewis who writes for the site. She has written a ton of really great stuff for us like a Riot Grrrls piece, interviewed Martin Bisi (we talk about that encounter in the pod), her love for Jimmy Buffett,  and she is reviving the beer and album pairing column as well. However, she is off the grid so good luck telling her how great she did on the pod because you won’t be able to find her. How we were able to connect with her for this pod was honestly a small miracle. We also talk Courtney Barnett, Leon Bridges, SiR (but that album came out in January, but that is the album of the year), Parquet Courts, Beach Slang, and Beach House. Also, please subscribe to our podcast and rate it appropriately on iTunes / Google Play / 

 B.G.M. Podcast: The 1st of The Month | June 2018 | New Throwback Jams | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:17:21

Hello! This is not Mike this month. This is Jon again. So in case you don’t know how our recording schedule works we try and record the podcast during the last weekend of the previous month and we try and release it on the first of the month. Hence the title. Here’s the problem, we recorded super early this month and we missed a ton of stuff that we would have probably spent the whole podcast talking about. Here’s a list of shit that we missed and it all has to do with Kanye again. * Pusha T’s new album, Daytona is an absolute banger of an EP / album. It fucking rules! – sampled in the pod * The whole Drake, Pusha T beef. * Push’s savage response back to Drake that basically burned his entire world down. * The whole J Prince telling Kanye to shut the Drake / Push beef down (very shady stuff). * Kanye’s new album, Ye which is okay. *  Kids See Ghosts, which is dope and I’m sure we will hit on that in this upcoming podcast for next month. – sampled in the pod Also, we had another guest this month. We were joined by the wonderful, Haley Lewis who writes for the site. She has written a ton of really great stuff for us like a Riot Grrrls piece, interviewed Martin Bisi (we talk about that encounter in the pod), her love for Jimmy Buffett,  and she is reviving the beer and album pairing column as well. However, she is off the grid so good luck telling her how great she did on the pod because you won’t be able to find her. How we were able to connect with her for this pod was honestly a small miracle. We also talk Courtney Barnett, Leon Bridges, SiR (but that album came out in January, but that is the album of the year), Parquet Courts, Beach Slang, and Beach House. Also, please subscribe to our podcast and rate it appropriately on iTunes / Google Play / 

 B.G.M. Podcast: The 1st of The Month | May 2018 | The Redemption Episode | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:01:21

Welcome to Jon’s redemption. This month, a recap of the April 2018, Jon brought a lot of stuff to the table – a guest, some music, organization. It really was a huge triumph. The guest this month is B.G.M. staff writer Eddie Carter. Eddie is a nice chap, from the UK has his own blog called All the Time I Was Listening to My Own Wall of Sound and hosts a drive-time radio program called, Attention Please. So what did the three of us talk about? We actually talked about a ton of music this month. Who would have guessed. The first thing we absolutely did not talk about was the new garbage Godsmack record. Jon tried to be a funny guy by sending it to all of us, but nobody was having it. We actually discussed the new A Perfect Circle record, J. Cole (Mike thinks he’s wild trash which is the only good and right opinion) and, of course, KANYE. I mean how could we not talk about Kanye? Of course our Kanye talk is already wild out dated because Yeezy has been on some insane tweeting in the very few days after the pod was recorded. We try to stay as recent as possible, honestly the crazy stuff we are talking about is just really old crazy stuff by now. Also, please subscribe to our podcast and rate it appropriately on iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher and where ever else podcasts are found. What’s “appropriately”? Five stars / two thumbs up / 10 out of 10, obviously. Because if you don’t help us, we can’t help you with these hot takes we’re dropping. Help us help you by encouraging us to make the best podcast possible, because we’re insecure like that. Subscribe on iTunes HERE   Last month’s podcast is here…

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