Author, good friend and SSA agent Phil W.F. Tucker sits down with me and discusses writing, the pros and cons of self-publishing and one of the most horrifying things that happened to cats in the 14th century.
Also, we singlehandedly bring back the Trololo Man.
NOTE: The noise you hear around minute forty one is the sound of Philip tickling me.
- OR - I Stepped In Something…Then Something Stepped In Me
RECORDED LIVE IN L.A.!!!!
Friend, actor, horror aficionado and, based on some details from our conversation, potential serial killer, Graham Skipper and I discuss the nature of horror: what scares us, what tries to scare us and fails and what is so weird you’re not sure whether to be scared or not.
- OR - Diagrams Of The Hidden Masters: The Podcast
One of the men responsible for some of the strangest and most disturbing music i’ve ever heard; I present to you…Danny Hyde, creator of demented sounds, honorary member of Coil and current winner of the best broken bone story.
Danny and I discuss how he and Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson birthed the unforgettable version of Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer” which introduced a generation to Se7en, his favorite moments creating madness with Coil and much more.
Special thanks to Leviathant and the Echoing The Sound community for sparking this.
To actually be in the presence of all of Mother Feather would be akin to jumping, naked, into a volcano, thus, I sat down with the most vocal 2/5ths of the band, which still burned all the hair off of my body.
Experience the ebullience and refulgence that is Ann Courtney and Lizzie Carena as they sit down with me and engage in some Pop Cock Rock Talk.
PLUS hear a BRAND NEW TRACK from their forthcoming Living / Breathing EP!
To usher in wave_2, I sit down with the author of The Calling, Wolverine: Road of Bones and the New York Times Bestselling seres Star Trek: Cold Equations.
We also discuss his “benign mental break” which manifested in an obsession with rabbits, the intricacies of David Fincher’s “Janie’s Got A Gun” music video and how he would end things in the Star Trek universe.
Amy Pugh is small…like the exploding heart of a millions suns is small.
Befriended over a decade ago at Fordham, Amy entered the music industry, moving from EMI to Universal, where she now resides as an account director. We take a good, long look at the music industry, as it was, as it is and as it might be, and Amy tries to convince me that it is not, contrary to what Trent Reznor says, dying and/or already dead.