September 30th, 2016
Adam and Vance talk presidential candidates, redundant conversations with independent musicians and their lack of time/interest in continuing to do a weekly podcast.
July 14th, 2016
The guys broadcast the show live on Periscope for the first time. Adam mistakes one of Vance's moms for the other, the guys give tips on how not to do your own plumbing and what to do if you're ever heckled by a biker gang while doing stand-up. Featuring music by The Mystery Lights, Cavalier and Matt Wertz.
June 28th, 2016
Adam poses a deep philosophical question and Vance attempts to renovate the adult entertainment industry. Bryde stops by for in-studio and chats with the guys about fruit snack, movies about high school and how fucked their respective political situations are.
June 21st, 2016
June 8th, 2016
Adam and Vance discuss how Kim Kardashian broke the Internet and their spirit, early influences on their young impressionable minds and how Vance's pervy babysitter grew up to need a babysitter. Featuring music by G. Love & Special Sauce, Chance the Rapper and Lawrence.
May 31st, 2016
The guys talk about why British accents are important when discussing revolutionary new formulas, fashionable dictators and the primary role that costumes play in Vance's new musical collaboration. Bellehouse stops by for an in-studio and chat with the guys about awkward onstage banter, who had the chillest parents in highschool and how to avoid being objectified during telephone interviews with morning radio DJs.
May 24th, 2016
Duncecap sits in while Vance is away. The guys play some tracks from his new album Human Error and discuss oversaturation vs. quality control on the internet, how to know if you're pleasuring yourself to something predatory and looking so young that people can't tell if you're dead yet.
May 16th, 2016
With both of us out of town this week we dip into the archives and revisit episode 52. The seventh episode with Vance as co-host. We talk late night TV drama and the possibility of Vance's grandma being familiar with "acid crunk" as a musical genre. Featuring music by Boycott Blues, Frightened Rabbit and Adam Freeland
May 10th, 2016
Adam and Vance speculate as to why Hollywood movies keep getting whiter and why China didn't download the new Beyoncé album. Foxanne stops by for an in-studio and chats with the guys about tiny
bass guitars, science projects and how much they'd charge to dog sit for
May 2nd, 2016
Adam and Vance talk seasonal allergy prevention, space noodles and Vance smacks the Trapper Keeper out of the hands of everyone that cares about Beyonce's personal life. Featuring music by Charles Bradley, Oddisee and Black Joe Lewis.