If I had to describe this week’s show in a one-word quote, I think it would have to be “WOOOOOOOOOO!”, the signature battle cry of Ric “Nature Boy” Flair. I don’t think it’s quite a trainwreck, but it definitely went off the rails at some point. Enter The Bitches: Triflin’ Bitches, that is.
We are also happy to have back with us, the 5th member of the WLP Beatles cover band, Mr. Felix Danger. Always a welcome element to any conversation, like salt, he is. The saltiest salt you could ever want on a linguistic sandwich. Or something.
I’m not even going to try to recount what was said – have some fun and listen for yourself – and thanks for listening!
Where has this year gone? What just happened??? We recorded this episode on the eve of the US 2020 elections, so we had no idea of what happened! It’s cute and naïve, like younger versions of ourselves. We welcome Freddie Ferox (Murderock, Candy Apples and the Razor Blades, Sonic Dead) with some new Sonic Dead tracks, fresh from release – some ripped straight from the headlines.
Like much of the music, this newest Sonic Dead EP is not for the weak of heart, but it does speak from the heart. Freddie takes on the evils of the world – well, lyrically anyway.
We hope you enjoy this taste of Sonic Dead and wait with baited breath for their return to the stage (with everybody else).
Thanks For Listening!
It’s a post-Marianarchy afterglow kind of show, folks. This week we are placing the spotlight on our senior correspondent and co-host, MISTER Nick Ramirez. Nick is happy to announce the release of his long-awaited solo album, “This Might Be The End”. Here you get a sneak peek and listen to it (although at the time of publishing, digital pre-order and CD copies are available)
There are a lot of great recordings of some of your favorite Nick songs and some new cuts as well! We hope you enjoy listening to them with the man himself. Get a hold of Nick directly for a copy
Lets get to it, shall we?
Thanks for listening!
What is with the ups, mofos? Being awesome and taking care of your own, that’s what’s up. That’s why we have, at long last, Kittenhead on the podcast this week. These good friends from the Bay and LA are headlining Day one of Emergency Marianarchy this weekend and we are pleased as punch to have them on the show.
Only Dede and Kivi join us on the show, due to scheduling conflicts, but it bears mentioning that Kittenhead has not practiced or played since the beginning of the pandemic in March. They got together specifically to record the videos they submitted to the Emergency Marianarchy, simply because they love the shit out of Jub Jub’s, individually and as a band.
Kittenhead has long been a friend of Marianarchy and many of us on the podcast, professionally and personally, for many years. It really is a treat to get to have them on the show – one good thing to come out of the Age of Covid is our ability to still carry on the show with friends and musicians who live further away. Not ideal, nor what we want the show to be, but getting to interview some great friends is second best to having them play here live.
We hope you join us for Marianarchy at 6pm on Friday and 6pm on Saturday.
Thanks for listening and Fuck Your Day.