Woof There It Is
Hold Me Closer Tony Danza
When you think about it, obviously. Obviously, Bret Easton Ellis deserves a podcast for all his hard work fighting with Nikke Finke and making The Canyons. And obviously, the premiere episode should feature Kanye West talking about “product” and disposable culture and bootlegs of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and what life was like before multiplexes and Kim Kardashian.
If you love throwing money at vaguely worded, half-baked Internet “performance art projects” as much as you love Who’s the Boss, do we have a Kickstarter for you! Meet Louis Crisitello Jr. and Hugo Ball, the creators of the $2,100 fund-raising campaign for something called “
We swear to God, if this turns out Read More
In this week’s feature on podcast culture, we noted the popularity of a variety of comedy podcasts, many of which draw upon similar guest-driven formats. One interview subject noted the difficulty of having helped to define the format. Said podcast pioneer Jimmy Pardo, of Never Not Funny: “It’s a little too incestuous. Read More
Recently, Los Angeles-based comedian Todd Glass decided to appear on the podcast hosted by fellow comic Marc Maron—and hilarity did not ensue.
When Mr. Glass first appeared on Mr. Maron’s show, WTF, in 2009, the program, in which Mr. Maron, the alt-comedy fixture and former Air America host known for his sometimes lacerating, self-exposing rants, Read More
Mark Ronson’s Authentic Shit:
So we’ve labeled Mark Ronson a trust fund DJ before but he’s actually good at what he does. He comes from a silver-spoon family (his mom is socialite/writer Ann Dexter-Jones, he’s the stepson of Foreigner’s guitarist Mick Jones and brother to Lindsay Lohan’s party Read More