Trav has produced music under the moniker of Pierre Vanderbee for a number of years now, so it’s no surprise that GEEDIS is a competently-delivered and compelling experience.Read More Featured Album: Geedis (2019) by Trav Nash
What’s been happening this week, you ask? Good question. Outside, it’s been about four-hundred degrees, and I’ve used this as an excuse to explore things that don’t involve me leaving the house.Read More Blog: Grinding Off The Edge
Ryan Walker joins Andy & Mog in the studio for an honest conversation about his six or so years of experience as a struggling open mic comedian (his own words).
Also featured is “Into the Woods” by Cilla Jane from her album Until Morning Comes.
It’s the last episode for the year. We’re taking a bit of a break but we’ll be back soon enough in the new year with a bigger and better show with more guests and music so enjoy this one right now and stay tuned for more next year!Read More Podcast – Episode 36
Andy & Mog fly solo…ish in a rickety plane for two and crash straight down the rabbit hole where they find Babies, Snoopzilla and a book possibly written by Darwin* called “Origin of the Selfies”.
They attempt to answer some of the tougher questions found on Yahoo! Answers and in the process Mog remembers the good old days of being a Cub Scout.
Red Remedy deliver some quality tunes this week in the form of “Love This Machine” from their brand new second EP The Waste.Read More Podcast – Episode 35
Mitch Alexander joins us this time around to chat a little bit about standup, metal, nude modelling and how he involves himself in each.
Andy gives Mog some feedback on a recent performance and Mog gets as political as he’s ever going to get by questioning Abbott’s cabinet antics.
Featured also are Death Audio with “Black Rose” from their self-titled debut album for some melodic metal goodness.Read More Podcast – Episode 34
Beau Fitzpatrick & Carly Milroy Join Andy & Mog in the studio to talk about the growing beast that is YAWP; their online publication that covers all aspects of live comedy performance.
Mog reviews an underwhelming storytelling experience and chats to Andy about favourites in the upcoming Melbourne Fringe Festival (18 Sep – 6 Oct).
Also featured is the track “If I Had A Gun” from Melbourne talent Jemma Nicole.Read More Podcast – Episode 33
Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall joins Andy & Mog in the studio this week for an entertaining conversation about postcodes, comedy and the creative process so listen in – you might just learn something new.
Also featured is the track A Dream of Mine from Cilla Jane’s EP When The Night Falls.Read More Podcast – Episode 32