This episode is such a bad idea….
What a day, what a day! This week’s Worst Little Podcast in the World is a special episode – the first of a two-part
investigative journalism expose booze fest in the studio! We FINALLY have finished compiling your picks for the Top Ten All-Time Reno Bands and present the first half of that list This episode with more to come next week. We actualy recorded two episodes this week so that Rick could take some time off for a vacation next week. Part one includes 7 Seconds, Fall Silent, The Shames, Orange Peel, B.O.H.J., War Maggots, Keyser Soze
Since it was such a special show, we opened up our doors to a lot of people this week and it’s kind of a madhouse. We have Squeak, Christine Irma Geddon, and Jess Blaze form Guerilla Productions on talking about bringing live music back to Burning Man and their upcoming Reno Block Party. Part one includes 7 Seconds, Fall Silent, The Shames, Orange Peel, B.O.H.J., War Maggots, Keyser Soze
Felix Polanski and Bullet Bar Dave stop in to share the libations. Da Kodiak and Cerrybear Jess are in the house too. Nick gets all loosey goosey and plays musical microphones all hour and Rory slowly looses his shit as he looses control. No time for the Worst Quiz Ever – we gots too much music and booze to get to! Part one includes 7 Seconds, Fall Silent, The Shames, Orange Peel, B.O.H.J., War Maggots, Keyser Soze
Also, we talk up the BEST event happening in the Washoe Valley this weekend – the (Un)Discovered 2011 Backyard BBQ! We throw a rockshow in Rick’s backyard. Free all-day event, the whole city is invited, come see some of your favorite local bands and get you some barbecue! Listen to the whole episode to find out the address – hell, think of this podcast as your personal, gold embossed invitation.
And, as always, thanks for listening.
We’re late to the party, but RIP Macho Man. You will live in out hearts forever.
Great episode this week with Mark Earnest in the studio. He talks with us about his current projects including Dirt Communion and the Vague Choir, we listen to some previously unreleased Vitriolics, and well, bullshit about things that have nothing to do with him. Like Marianarchy, for one!
Nick has great news about how much we raised at Marianarchy over the past weekend. We all talk about how much fun we had there too, except for Rick. He’s against fun. He spent the whole weekend recording and mixing bands in the studio. Cause he thinks that’s fun. Cause he’s a
fag nerd. Rory tells a bizzare story about someone, then figures out that he totally had the wrong person and is a jackass. Chewie… well, the less said about him, the better.
Speaking of jackasses… we were supposed to have a mysetery caller during the show. But then he flaked. Maybe he thought we meant next week…
NEXT WEEK: Part one of a Worst Little Podcast cliffhanger!
First off – Marianarchy Marianarchy Marianarchy! More on that later.
Not all the rockstars in Reno are always in a band. Mr. Dave Richards is a behind the
two way mirror scenes kind of guy, directing plays, taking and editing videos. Speaking of editing videos, we talk about the final cut of the Marianarchy 2010 videos. Man, they look great.
Josh Martin is in the studio, in the flesh once again. Lucky for us, his job went well and finished ahead of schedule. Unfortunately for Mrs. Chewie, though, her shoe budget might be facing a freeze or some cuts. Rory describes something in detail that fascinates Rick and makes Nick squirm! We also unveil a new and improved Worst Quiz Ever… and background music!
Thanks for sticking this in your ear!
After we recap our Mother’s Day celebrations and last week’s River Fest, Josh Martin checks in from the mines of Elko. We also take a look at the inside of Grace Gatsby’s head… well, not really. That would be, awkward, to say the least. But we do get to know this world traveller and local singer/songwriter just a little bit better. However, before the show, she lectured us about her good reputation and public image, so we promised not to say anything about her third world sweat-shop, pyramid scams or chain of houses of ill repute. Nope. We don’t drag her name through the mud at all or ask her any uncomfortable questions during the Worst Little Quiz. In keeping with our extremely high standards, Grace throws down and plays a live version of her song ‘Magic’. She’s a lot of fun to talk to and I imagine you’ll all be as disappointed as we were when the interview had to end.