Hip-Hop artists, ExZac Change & Matisse, are in studio to talk about their upcoming summer projects. The gang also discusses how to tell your friend you want to have sex with his girlfriend, bad band names, cheap child care, and why dragons are important.
This week we bring you the episode of Art Hour from KYRS, hosted by Mike Malsam & Eric Woodward, with Deece & Phillip Kopczynski as guests.
Head of Paradox Studios, and writer/director or the recent internet sensation fan film, MoonKnight, Caden Butera, is in studio to talk about the launch of his movie. We also talk cease and desist letters, film making on a budget, why super fans are the worst, and Deece shows off his nerd knowledge. Plus, The Magnificent Bastard Scotch Ale, from Silver City Brewery in Bremerton, WA, is our beer of the Week.
Host of the CinemAbysmal Podcast, and the upcoming Buckle Up Show, Nick Spanjer is in studio to talk about how his latest project got started, the best worst movies, why Arnold Schwarzenegger may be the greatest actor of all time, best names for Christian Rappers, and former produce, Tras Swartout, stops by to update us on his adventures. Plus, the Ebenezor Ale from Bridgeport Brewing, in Portland, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
ip Hop artist, Savvy Rae, and owner of Villianaire Records, Neal Diemert, join the show to talk about her upcoming debut album, "Rebirth", and other upcoming releases from the label. They realize Savvy has been on the show before, they talk about the obstacles of being a female in Hip Hop, why Deece would be the best worst Mayor ever, and what the ACL is, and why you should hate it. Plus, the Scottish Ale from Belhaven Brewery in Dubar, Scotland, is our Beer of the Week.
Hip Hop artists, Parodime & Traverse, are in studio to talk about their upcoming mixtape release and show at The Observatory on January 11th. They also talk the most shameful things to wake up to, why birds are terrifying, the scourge of Mumble Rap, and the best dance move from the 90's. Plus, the Sour Wench from Ballast Point Brewing Company in San Diego, CA, is our Beer of the Week.
Musician, Kaylee Goins, is in studio as they talk why Pitbulls are the best dogs, what makes someone a pyro, the most shameful porn, the best time of day to have sex, and Kaylee plays a song live. Plus, the Scotch Ale from Bridgeport Brewing Company in Portland, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
Musician Ashley Pyle returns to the show to talk her upcoming album, The AP EP. They also talk bullet trains to nowhere, legalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms, pigs getting drunk, they finally make an intro song for Jac, plus they play a round of "Does Deece Hate It", and Ashley Plays song live in studio. And the Scotch Ale from Bellevue Brewing in Bellevue, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
No guest this week as the gang discusses Thanksgiving traditions, Deece's run for mayor, why everyone on To Catch a Predator gets caught, and what the difference between a good and a great teacher is. Also, the Sessíon Cerveza, from Full Sail Brewing in Hood River, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
Deece and Jac are back in studio as Jeremy Person returns to the show for a round of "Worst Person In The News", and they also talk how Kleenex proved we've officially run out of problems, how many Moons is too many, how Halloween traditions started, and more. Plus, The Raspberry Moeite, from Scuttlebutt Brewing in Everett, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
This week Deece is on the road with comedian, Michael Glatzmaier. They go live on YouNow and answer viewer questions, talk about their week doing comedy on the road, what it means when you get an upgraded room at a Motel 6, why Yellowstone Park is a rip off, and they play a round of Happy Endings.
Ryan Davis stops by for the debut of Sports Ball, and they talk the worst part about being a fireman, bad WNBA team names, Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad, and sex doll brothels. Plus, the Snake Eye Stout from Ten Pin Brewing, in Moses Lake, WA.
Comedian, and co-author of the Kiss the Messenger book series, Tony Russell, and friend of the show, Steve Amaro, stop by for a show about bad weddings, the resale value of babies, marine life mafia, and an update on Jay and Tras's replacements. Plus, Orca Mike's Red Ale, from Narrows Brewing in Tacoma, WA, is our Beer of the Week.
Comedians, Ronni Taylor and Sophie Thomi, return to the show for an episode about strange stripper names, the last time everyone puked, why Kirk Cameron is crazy, and confusing police reports. Plus, the Kiwanda Pre-Prohibition Cream Ale, from Pelican Brewing, in Pacific City, OR, is our Beer of the Week.
The gang opens the show discussing Deece's recent weekend playing Hoopfest, and they debate which animals people most want to have sex with. They're then joined by improv comedian, Mara Baldwin, and discuss why you should always have KFC wet naps, the time Jay stole a baby deer, and the debut of "White Girls Reading 1990's Hip Hop Album Dedication Pages". Plus the Lime Pilsner from Uinta Brewing is the Beer of the Week.
Deece is on the road in Ballard, WA, and stops by Peddler Brewing Company to talk with owner, Haley Keller. They talk about how she became a craft beer fan, how they named their brewery, an if it's OK to not like IPA's. Plus they do a tasting of their beer lineup and discuss their unique souring process.
Comedian Luke Severeid joins the show for an episode about traveling as a comedian, recent legal action against the show, how Hot Pockets can kill you, and vindictive girlfriends. Plus, The Scout: Hopped Marionberry Cider, from Incline Cider Company is our Beer of the Week.
Deece and Tras on the road, heading to Lewiston, ID, for a gig. This week they talk. This week they talk what it would take to live in the woods forever, summer flings, bucket lists, and why you should never punch a baby.
Deece sits down one-on-one with comedian and host of the Mormon and the Meth Head podcast, Aaron Woodall. They talk about why road gigs are the best, doing comedy as a Mormon, and the difference between a cult and religion.