Well, this is it. RPM was really just a baby, but it burned bright and now it's just a charred tiny corpse covered in sizzling rendered fat and singed curlies. Nick and Joe leave the way they entered, playing whatever they felt like at 4 AM while drinking. Give RPM a Viking's funeral and set your computer on fire while you wear a furry horned helmet. Goodnight, kids.
RPM is back with one more live episode recorded at saki Records in Chicago. We have a panel of some of our favorite previous guests as well as Goodrich Gevaart doing a character named Earl Jenkins who plays Buckcherry songs. Relive this magical night through your ears!
Comedian Chris Stephens is in the studio for a decidedly silly episode. Instead of getting music nerdy, we get nerdy nerdy on video games and TV music. It's a very fun episode. Roundball Rock is in the house.
Comedian Jeff Steinbrunner talks music and weed and weedy music and music to listen to when on weed. This was honestly the third attempt to record such an episode and it finally worked. Listen freely children of the earth. No cops.
Nick and Joe invite their wives into the studio to talk about the music of their marriages and the benefits of being able to make your spouse laugh by dancing around naked in front of them. A truly touching episode.
In true Kiss fashion Joe and Nick split the episode in half and go solo. Goodrich sits in to be each host's yes-man and agrees that Kiss sucks, and rules.
Classic rock radio expert and comedian Joe Kwaczala tell stories about winning a duffle bag full of granola from radio call ins, and enlightens Joe and Nick about the Steve Miller Band lot scene.
This week, Nick and Joe bring in Dan Friesen to compete in a round of the Worst Mixtape Challenge, where each man puts together the worst 6-song playlist they can imagine. Who was worst? Sound off in the comment section!
Someone call a doctor, comedian Stephanie Hasz is talking sick songs. Seriously, Call your doctor. Seriously. Side effects of listening to this podcast may include feeling like shit.
Happy Fathers Day! So we missed the celebration by a couple days, but is there a more appropriate way to celebrate songs about dead beat dads? We also celebrate live beat dads, and undead beat dads. This one's for the daddy in your life (you).