Join the Pudding Guys as we take a stab at our top ten albums of the 2000s! How can we choose only ten? In the most cutthroat way possible! Did I say cutthroat? I meant silly and possibly random.
We get the chance to sit down and talk with writer, poet, musician, and producer, David Taylor II! We discuss his past projects and what they mean to him, his current projects and the current state of affairs in the land of comic book movies and TV shows.
In this episode, your hosts attempt to tackle the impossible task of listing our top ten favorite Hip-Hop and Rap artists!
Our guest this episode has been in many favorite films and television shows! You may know him as Dr. Leslie Berkowitz on One Day at a Time or Principal Ball on The Goldbergs or Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day. We have a wonderful conversation with a wonderful guy, Stephen Tobolowsky!
In this episode, we will be reviewing the movie Bohemian Rhapsody. Warning: Our opinions may change by the end of the episode considering our Mercurial nature.
This episode was originally going to be released as the 4th in the series; however, plans changed – and so we bring it to you now. This time, we discuss our top 10 favorite bands either comprised entirely of, or led by, women.
We share highlights of several of the concerts that we have each attended over the years. Some high, some low, all interesting – We hope!
Join us for an experiment! We gave each other a CD from one of our own personal favorite bands that the other person had not heard before. Did Candlebox or Gwar find a new fan? Listen and find out!
Today, we sit down with David Kubiak, the owner of The Bluebird (downtown Bloomington, Indiana), and get a little ‘slice of life’ from the perspective of a club owner.
In this episode, we conclude our conversation regarding what we each think were the best 20 albums of the ‘Grunge Era.’
After our previous episode, we were inspired to look back upon the ‘Grunge Era,’ and list what we thought were the best 20 albums of that period.
Our introductory episode. Following his tragic passing, we discuss Chris Cornell, his music, and its effect on us.