Internet rabbit-holes can lead you to some cool places occasionally. Mostly though, once you start down them you are led, either through the comments or who knows how else to someone blaming everything on Space Jews. One long, winding rabbit-hole for me started with Godzilla composer Akira Ifukube and John Carpenter soundtracks, which led to me discovering Sonic State, which led to me finding the amazing Marc Doty (Automatic Gainsay) and his fantastic videos, which led to me getting a Korg MS-20 mini, which led to me looking up bands or songs featuring the MS-20, which led me to Fartbarf. With a name like that, I had to check them out, and I’m so glad I did.
We mentioned a couple episodes ago that we would like to share creative things from the fine folks out there in internet land. Do you have a song you would like us to end an episode with? Or a poem? Something you created you would like to share with the world? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Until we drop a new episode on ye, you can check out some of the other shows on the High Voltage Radio Networkthere are a metric butt-load (see, I’m using the metric system after talking to the Wasted folks, thanks Canada) of awesome shows on the network. In fact, you could listen as I talk to Guy from Must Hate Zombies, where I undergo the post apocalyptic, dating game round of questions. We also talk music, the last days of my drinking and so much more here.
Or if you have ever experienced Dungeons, Dragons, or any combination of the two, go check in with Mad Mock. I hopped on with Mock, and Sean from Pittsburgh Nerd for a funny talk about D&D, spiked shoulder pads, magic missiles, and dating werewolves here.
I wrote awhile back about wanting to do a decoupage project with one of my guitars, covering it with panels and pictures from assorted comics, I haven’t started it yet, but will soon. In the time since I wrote that though, I’ve really come to love my Hardluck Kings Southern Belle. Love it so much that after celebrating 2 years without a drink in December, and my 35th birthday almost here, I decided to treat myself to a little something.
As mentioned on the latest episode of the podcast, The Gravy Age has joined forces with awesome High Voltage Radio Network to be part of a network of kick-ass independent podcasts. Let’s take a minute to see who else is part of the family.