December 1st, 2016
Oops, our battery died. JT and Brian Zeolla pick up where the last episode left off, detailing the remaining dates on their recent tour through Colorado, Amarillo and beyond. Plus, Brian gets ANOTHER flat tire on the same goddamn wheel. Go see him on the road until December 11th and buy him more pizza like that nice Trump supporter did in Austin. Don't miss JT in Arkansas and Memphis this weekend.
November 24th, 2016
JT and Brian Zeolla put a bow on over 6,000 miles of road shows following the nightmare election. They argue about most of the usual things and also detail their adventures with death-snow mountains, getting pulled over by the cops, flat tires, assholes on the Lost Boys boardwalk and near-fights with strangers in gas station parking lots. Thanks to everyone who made it to the shows!
November 16th, 2016
JT sits down in the California bay area with magazine goddess Lisa Root. The duo discuss Lisa's transition from helping to run Amp Magazine to launching her own multimedia punk rock empire, the continued inherent radness of print, the importance of great live band photography and much more. Be sure and check out New Noise for the latest and greatest coverage in the underground music scene, and subscribe to get in on their super-awesome flexi series.
October 27th, 2016
JT and Mishka Shubaly report from Alaska. The dynamic duo discuss their run of shows at the legendary venue Koot's, including wrestling with drunk marines, encounters with super fans, driving across the Alaskan wilderness and seeing bears while under the influence and much more. Huge thanks to Becker and everyone at Koot's for the awesome hospitality. Check out this video from our new friend Myra!
October 17th, 2016
JT and trusty companion Martini from Bleeding Heart have their faces melted by the Sword and then infiltrate the dark carnival. The duo attend the first Austin-area Insane Clown Posse show in over a decade, report on the scene, and chat with the rap phenomenon's fanbase. It's just possible they might learn something about family in the process. Episode produced by Ryan 'Faygo' Miller at Bleeding Heart. Thanks to everyone who kicked in for these tickets!
October 13th, 2016
Recorded live in the heart of New Orleans at Hell Yes Fest 2016, JT hosts a night of epic road stories featuring comedy dynamos Kristen Becker, Jeff Buck, Isaac Kozell and Pears guitarist Brian Pretus. Drug sniffing dogs, dearly-departed friends, an encounter with hip-hop maniac Riff Raff and the horrors of touring Europe are all presented with glee before a packed house. Don't miss the remainder of Hell Yes Fest in effect through the end of the week!
October 6th, 2016
JT rambles about his experience at the Remember The Punks Festival. He also joins Joe Sib at Triage in Austin, Texas during the Altercation Comedy Festival while Sib gets a manicure. The pair discuss their various tours together, Joe's evolution from a band dude to a comedy dude, details of the California comedy club scene, and much, much more. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
October 4th, 2016
Hilarious comedian Chad Daniels gets his first pedicure at Triage in Austin, Texas during the first ever Altercation Comedy Festival, and JT was there to capture all the magic. The duo talk about grooming, revisit their chat about comedy and sociopathic behavior, and much more. A fantastic day and night of firsts! Big thanks to everyone for making the Altercation Comedy Festival such a huge success. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
September 27th, 2016
JT sits down at a seaside villa in rural Maine with his longtime chum John Thorn, better known to sporting fans everywhere as the official historian for major league baseball. The pair discuss aspects of nerd culture, meeting heroes, John's long and varied career in publishing, and that one time JT was asked to call a minor league game with Doug Stanhope. Big thanks to John for appearing on the podcast, follow him on Twitter ! Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart.
September 22nd, 2016
JT reports from a scenic beach on the east coast and also sits down with legendary satanic ska band Mephiskepheles at the Antisocial Campout in East Durham, NY. The band chats about their recent reunion shows, Moon Ska NYC, the fate of the rooster on the cover of their classic debut album, and the impact of naming a record 'God Bless Satan'. Episode produced by Ryan Miller at Bleeding Heart, includes some choice satanic ska cuts. Don't miss the Altercation Comedy Festival NEXT WEEK! Grab tickets here while you still can: