On this episode of Composite Beast, I’m joined by rising R & B sensation and deeply funny comic, Farooq Hussain. We take a look at anthropomorphized wildlife taking over Staten Island, the struggles of dating apps without “white-dude confidence,” and life without a union job. Farooq is a true independent thinker, quit-witted wiseguy, and completely sensitive dude. Check him out all over NYC and on instagram @farooqyou
Great time with my friend for life, Kev RWK . I always have fun, enlightening, and perspective-shifting conversations with Kevin, so we did it on air. Not “did it” did it, I mean spoke. Anyway, lots of talk about how techno music activates ecstasy residue in our livers to reawaken, how dimension traveling may be easier than we think, and about the power of irish story spinning. Enjoy and have a great day.
Emily Perina and I start off the show with tarot readings, endless malls, hotline dings from basement aerophysicists and reluctant psychic skeptics. Then, like the wonderful magician that he is, our friend and comedy wizard Vin Forte stopped by to talk doping with Cisco oil, pony play, cute cartoon raccoons leading to a real-world invasive species crisis, and a cornucopia of mind-blowing side-tangents worth taking the ride for. Check out Vin’s excellent podcast. Any Time with Vin Forte, and check his writing on the groundbreaking live comedy show The Special Without Brett Davis. Follow Vin on twitter @vinforte
Was lucky enough to have Staten Island’s premiere bad boy, Joe Imburgio, join me for this Composite Beast. Joe plays bass in Bueno , writes for Impractical Jokers, and is a former secret shopper for the fabled Pinkerton Agency.
Everyones favorite millennial, Artist Emily Perina, comes by the show to catch up on current unsolved mysteries, lost tribes, Thanksgiving food origins, the difference between utterances and words, and whole bunch of other internet wonder.