I got to talk to Dana Bollen from Two Week Notice Podcast this week! We chat about his podcast, touring with Piebald, our favorite albums from Victory Records, and much more! Be sure to check out the Spotify playlist of songs from our favorite Victory Records albums: https://spoti.fi/3EECSQe (https://spoti.fi/3EECSQe) Follow Dana on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3kupYft (https://bit.ly/3kupYft) Follow Two Week Notice Podcast on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3u0Bh22 (https://bit.ly/3u0Bh22) Listen on ...
I talked to Nate Pearson this week about how he got started in the enamel pin game. We also chat about our favorite Drive-Thru Records albums! Nate started Screaming Pinfidelities to make punk, pop-punk, and emo enamel pins! Check out his work: https://www.screamingpinfidelities.com/ (https://www.screamingpinfidelities.com) Listen to the Drive-Thru Records playlist we made on Spotify based on this episode: https://spoti.fi/3mJWc8j (https://spoti.fi/3mJWc8j)
Luke, Ryan, and I talk this week about what we think qualifies a band as being "butt rock." We also highlight a few songs we think aren't awful, so be sure to check out the Spotify playlist we put together based on the bands/songs we talked about in this episode! https://spoti.fi/3svXrZn (https://spoti.fi/3svXrZn)
I got to talk to Matt Jewett this week about, well, everything really. Ben Folds, listening to music at Barnes & Noble, songs we love, and so much more. Check out Matt's https://robotsavescityacomedylabel.bandcamp.com/album/matt-jewett-live (live album) on bandcamp. Proceeds from all sales benefit https://www.sisuyouth.org (Sisu Youth Services). Matt's album: https://robotsavescityacomedylabel.bandcamp.com/album/matt-jewett-live (https://robotsavescityacomedylabel.bandcamp.com/album/matt-jewe...
*SPOILERS AHEAD* I'm joined by toy collectors and fans of all things 80's, Luke Southern and Roman Wilkinson this week! We got together to talk about the first 5 episodes of Netflix's Masters of the Universe: Revelation - check it out!
Tom from Nerd On! took some time to chat with me about getting into anime and how that has informed his creativity today. Also, tune in to hear us shouting out our favorite AMV's from back in the day! Check out Nerd On! https://www.nerdon.tv/show/nerd-on-the-podcast/ Follow Tom on Instagram and Twitter: @TallDarkNotUgly
Chase Kerby and I sat down for a candid conversation last week up at Tower Theatre. It was honestly the most open and transparent anyone I've had on the show has been during an interview. This episode is important and I'm glad it happened. Thanks again, Chase. Listen to Hotel Nights' new single, "Perfume" https://spoti.fi/3uZb5Eq
In a very special episode of Tunes/Toons, we've got the Two Dudes and a Movie hosts fighting it out! I created a 16 movie bracket based on each of their top 25 movies of all time. See which movie the dudes decide is the champion at the end! You can find the bracket on our social media channels, and be sure to listen to Two Dudes and a Movie wherever you get your podcasts!
Matt Weers spent some time chatting with me about Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, subbed & dubbed anime, and much more!
Diana and Josh Montgomery stopped by the studio this week to chat about their new show Mixtapes & Heartbreaks. Tune in as we chat about their inspiration for the show, some of our favorite music, and more!
Dylan "The Podcast Kid" Erwin, stopped by the studio this week to chat with me! We talk through his podcast projects, sad boy music, Christian bands vs Christians in bands, Marcus Aurelius, and much more!
Ryan Drake, co-host of Keeping Up with the Cohens, stopped by the studio this week - exactly one year later. Let's see what 2020 predictions he made panned out and hear what we have in store for 2021. Follow http://instagram.com/cohenspod (@cohenspod) for a top-quality The O.C. rewatch podcast - new episodes every Wednesday!
I got to talk to Paul and Luke from the Two Dudes and a Movie crew this week. We hear about Luke's love for Studio Ghibli, Paul's DBZ marathon in high school, some of our favorite concerts and much more! Movie fans should check out Two Dudes and a Movie for an in depth look at what makes some of our favorite movies great. They've got a December giveaway you should check out on their Instagram too!
I was stoked to talk to Julius The Robot on this week's episode! We talk about their upbringing in rural Oklahoma, how art has impacted their life, and some anime favorites. We also get to hear their track "Internet Kids" about halfway through the interview, so check it out!
Josh Cain of http://www.animationstationpodcast.com/ (What's Up Fandom) chatted with me this week and programmed his own Saturday night block of Toonami! Check out what made his list!
Finding Emo's Blake Fischer dropped by the studio to chat about Motion City Soundtrack's "Commit This to Memory" this week! We also spend time gushing about Jimmy Eat World, as well as the Epitaph lineup during the early 2000's. Keep up with Finding Emo at https://www.findingemopod.com/ (https://www.findingemopod.com/)
Installment #2 in our build your own Toonami block is here! Show favorite, Emily Strickler, chatted with me about some of her favorite shows on the iconic Cartoon Network block. What do you think of her picks? Emily is on the board for the OKC Walk to End Alzheimer's! Learn more about the walk, and how to donate/get involved at okcwalk.com!
KOSU's Michael Cross spoke with me this week about all things DnD. Check out his new podcast "Red Dirt DnD" wherever fine podcasts are sold!
Zach Valladon was kind enough to social distance and have a conversation with me this week! We talk about his move from California to Oklahoma, being emo kids, Avatar and much more. He even brought a song of his for us to check out! Keep up with Zach: solo.to/zachvalladon
It's no secret that we're big Toonami fans here at Tunes/Toons Podcast, so I invited our favorite film critic from The Cinematopolis, Caleb Masters, to program his dream block of Toonami from any of the shows that have ever aired in a new series called, "On My Block!" What did he pick? Tune in and find out! Follow Caleb on Twitter: @cmasterstalk
One of my favorite podcasts right now is Finding Emo - a show looking at the best emo albums, track by track, and talking about why we love them. One of the hosts, Blake Fischer, spoke with me about the concept for the show and some of his favorite music. We gush pretty hard about Jimmy Eat World too. Check it out! Finding Emo is available wherever you listen to your podcasts. https://www.findingemopod.com
What have you been watching lately? I talked to Josh Cain of Animation Station Podcast this week about shows we've been checking out during the quarantine! Check out Animation Station Podcast: http://www.animationstationpodcast.com
This week we caught up with Silverstein frontman Shane Told to see how he's been handling life during the quarantine!
I'm joined over Zoom by Jaret Reddick of Bowling For Soup and Hey Arnold! composer Jim Lang to chat about life and creativity during the quarantine. Check it out!
The first social distancing episode! I did a live video stream on my page and this is the audio from that. Josh Cain from the Animation Station Podcast chats with me about a couple projects he's been working on and series-regular Emily Strickler jumped on Zoom to talk about working from home and Animal Crossing. A good time was had by all.
THE Buck Taplin stopped by the studio to school me on some of his favorite metal bands, how he got into anime, all things Blacken Studios, and much more!
Kellen & Beau from Yr Welcome stopped by to chat with me about the new Strokes album that just dropped, The New Abnormal. We review the album track by track, hear about the guys' history with the band, and more! Tune in to Yr Welcome on Friday nights at 9PM on The Spy - 91.7 FM in OKC, 107.5 FM in Tulsa!
Friend of the show, Mylo, is back and he brought Ben - who is making his Tunes/Toons debut! I chat with them about bands and shows that they loved growing up and how Avatar: The Last Airbender plays into the history of the band. They were even kind enough to bring along a new track they put out called "Limacine" Stream that on Spotify, Apple Music...wherever you find your music!
Our favorite film critic, Caleb Masters, stopped by to chat about the newest My Hero Academia movie: Heroes Rising. Did you see the film? What did you think of it?
March Sadness is presented by Vanessa House Beer Company. It's the finale episode of our month-long quest to crown an emo champion! Beau, Ryan and Emily return to finish the bracket they started. Listen along and see if your favorite band made it! Ryan and Emily try to fuck my day up part-way through, but I still had fun. Beau was chill the whole time. *Note: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, some events mentioned that were scheduled to take place at Vanessa House may be cancelled or pos...
March Sadness is presented by Vanessa House Beer Company. Matt Jewett, James Nghiem, and Brendan Nutter stopped by the studio for this round of March Sadness. They'll be setting up the Sweet 16 for the final episode of this series. Do you agree with their picks? Is your favorite band still in the running? Tune in and see! *Note: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the events mentioned that were scheduled to take place at Vanessa House have been cancelled or postponed. Please refer to their...
March Sadness is presented by Vanessa House Beer Company. Robby & Josh join me for this episode of March Sadness. Listen in as I help them decide the first-round matchups in the Midwest and South regions! *Note: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, some events mentioned that were scheduled to take place at Vanessa House may be cancelled or postponed. Please refer to their social media for updates.
March Sadness is presented by Vanessa House Beer Company. The sadness continues! This episode I had our friends from Vanessa House Beer Company on to decide the round 1 matchups for the East and West divisions. Follow along as the "A-team," Alex, Ashley, and Alisha, fight their way through these choices.
March Sadness is presented by Vanessa House Beer Company. I'm joined in the studio by Emily Strickler, Ryan Drake, and Beau Brady for the first episode of March Sadness. We put together a March-Madness-style bracket featuring 64 of our favorite emo bands as suggested by our panelists and fans on social media. On this episode, we whittle down the 4 divisions (East, West, Midwest and South) to have 16 bands each, and seeded them #1 to #16. Tune in to see if your favorite band made the cut and ...
All-around good dude, John Knight, stopped by the studio this week! We chat about cartoons he liked when he was growing up, he he got his start playing music, some of our favorite concerts we've been to, and much more!
Calli Morris stopped by the studio to talk about one of her favorite animated films, Song of the Sea. Tune in as we chat about the themes, characters, animation style and much more!
Luke Southern and Roman stopped by the studio to talk all things 80s! From music and movies, to culture and, of course, cartoons! Where the 80s kids at!?
Our favorite film critic, Caleb Masters, stopped by the studio to chat about this years Oscars! Who will take home the award for best animated feature? Who did you think should be nominated? Check out this week's episode and let us know!
Mike Hearne was cool enough to stop by the studio and chat with me about some of his favorite cartoons he watched when he was growing up in Wales. We also chat about him adjusting to life in Oklahoma & starting the, "This Is Oklahoma" account, his first concert, American vs Welsh cuisine, and much more!
Dave Elkins of Mae was kind enough to talk to me this week about a few of his earliest memories of music growing up, starting his first band, and some of his experiences in the music industry. We also get to chat about one of my favorite albums of all time - The Everglow. Check it out!
Ryan Drake stopped by the studio to talk about his dance parties at Speakeasy, festival lineups, toxic Star Wars fandom, some of our favorite concerts, and much more!
Judie and Lucas from The Lost Ogle's Free Queso Podcast stopped by the studio this week! We chat about the many iterations of Scooby-Doo, Lucas' take of Fraggle Rock, how the Free Queso Podcast came to be, and much more!
I was stoked to talk to Shane Henderson of Valencia on this week's episode! Shane talked to me about what went into producing Valencia's "We All Need a Reason to Believe," including some background on a few tracks. We also talked about some upcoming projects he's working on, so check it out!
Mike Kennerty stopped by the studio to chat with Roman and I! We talk about his work as a producer, his vinyl collection, how he joined up with The All-American Rejects, and much more!
What makes a good anime intro? I invited Emily and Will on to talk about some of our favorites, as well as some stinkers. Which ones stick out to you?
Bridget and Shea from The Escape OKC stopped by to talk about some of their favorite music and animation from when they were growing up! We also hear about the new room at The Escape OKC called, "Tides of Treason." Check it out!
I'm joined by Luke Southern, Josh Montgomery, and Roman Wilkinson this week to discuss the impact Sugarcult's "Palm Trees and Power Lines" had on us, upon its release. We go through how we each of us found the album, our favorite tracks, and much more!
**Explicit content warning** This week I'm joined in the studio by series regulars Stacy Dunn and Emily Strickler. We discuss the history of sexuality in Japanese art and how that laid the foundation for modern-day hentai. What impact is this media having on its viewers? Is hentai perpetuating unrealistic expectations? What do you think?
Shane Told of Silverstein and Lead Singer Syndrome was kind enough to chat with us this week! We talk about his inspiration for starting the podcast, the 20-year anniversary of Silverstein, his experiences with Victory Records, and much more! Follow Shane Told on social media: https://www.instagram.com/shanetold/ (@ShaneTold) Follow Lead Singer Syndrome: http://www.leadsingersyndrome.com/ (http://www.leadsingersyndrome.com) Catch Silverstein on tour, in a city near you: http://silverstein20.c...
Lyz Liddell was kind enough to chat with Daniel Bokemper and I about working on the second edition of the fantasy RPG, Pathfinder. Listen along as we talk about the culture of tabletop gaming as a whole, Lyz's overall experience working at Paizo, whether we address our characters in first or third person, and much more! This was a fun episode, as we always seem to nerd out when our guests are fans of RPGs! Special thanks to Lyz for talking to us and the whole Paizo team for being v chill. F...