Emily and Chris ring in Seasonal Affective Disorder season with recapping horror movies, the difference between Navajo dogs and Staten Island dogs, while advocating for wearing sandals during autumn. Tales of Nostrdamus, warped demons, and the saga for sponsorship continues in this blockbuster episode.
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.
Great discush with special guests Steve Ignatious and Brian Crowe. Emily ponders birthday rankings, thoughts on mainlining Jolly Ranchers, park drama, and a promise between friends to watch reality TV.
Had a great time talking with friend and legend Mike Bocchetti.
Mike is a comedy lifer, his one liners stick in your head and bounce around as you think about how concisely they’re crafted. While Mike often makes himself the center of his punchlines, don’t get mixed messages about it: Mike is Marine, at least he was for 8 weeks.
Dive in to this really great talk and check out Mike’s new album “Thank You!” available where all digital music is peddled!
This doozy goes deep into how misspelled start-ups set a tone for shady employee practices, not knowing how to deal with strange and scary white folk, fatalistic sloganeering, disjointed renderings of serial killer portraits, odd synchronicities between Two centuries worth of Koreshes, the power of guilt and how to not overuse it, along with several dozen off-road trips. All of the above served on a healthy bed of some of the healthiest esoteric, folk, funk, and good ol’ weird American music.