Richmond, California rapper and producer Iamsu! joins MC Nocando & Jeff Weiss to talk about the Bay area. They’ll talk about the history of Bay area rap, how Mac Dre changed everything for the Bay, and why you can’t hate on Lil B. Iamsu! also tells us which producers influenced him, how the Bay is coming back, and plays a track from his mixtape “$uzy 6 $peed.” Plus, the guys find out that Chris Brown made a “Shots Fired” song, take a listen to Ray J’s Kanye West diss, and are baffled by LL Cool J’s verse on Brad Paisley’s “Accidental Racist.”
Fellow professional Natasha Lyonne drops by to reminisce about old times with Jake on this week’s edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Natasha & Jake recall meeting for the first time over the phone, their short film Robot Ninja Meets Sensitive Truck Driver, and Natasha’s old dishwasher filled with CDs. They take a look at some clips that include; the Karma Chameleon phone, Henry Rollins being great, and The Amish Sex Pistols. Leave a review for The Shaggs’ “Philosophy of the World” in “The Fogelnest Files” section on iTunes. Be sure to mark you calendars for a LIVE video podcast of THE FOGELNEST FILES w/ Howard Kremer & Kulap Vilaysack of Who Charted? on Thursday, May 2nd over at youtube.com/Earwolf! People of Los Angeles, come to a LIVE taping of THE FOGELNEST FILES with Rob Corddry on Thursday, April 25th at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre! Get tickets at www.ucbtheatre.com
Join Billy Merritt, Andy Secunda, and Betsy Sodaro as they dive into a war between foodies on today’s improv4humans! They’ll do what it takes to look cool at a vampire rave, try to survive a life long game of assassin, and communicate with aliens through popular YouTube videos. Be careful of the fuck melons! Make sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon. You can also now get Matt Besser’s new comedy album “Woo Pig Sooie: Comedy for Atheists” at mattbesser.com!
Dressed in festive St. Patrick’s Day attire, director/producer/cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld (Men In Black, Get Shorty) sits down with Kevin to discuss a career behind the camera. Sonnenfeld chats about creating the summer blockbuster, assisting Tommy Lee Jones in the role of the straight man, and receiving an unsolicited apology from Gene Hackman on his performance.
Renaissance man Harris Wittels bonds with fellow theater kid Har Mar on this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Harris & Har Mar talk about the idea of marriage, the stigma of being a theater kid, and what the best nights to rage are. Harris also tells us about what happened to his Twitter account Groups of Dudes, takes umbrage with certain tv shows, and shares an embarrassing story that makes him cringe to this day. Then we hear the origin of Harris’ band name, the guys create a network friendly multi-cam comedy, and Harris brings Analyze Phish into the Nocturnal Emotions universe as they play Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Phish’s “Gumbo.”
The one-armed knight Sir Richard (Gerry Duggan) and co-prisoner Jayph (Mr. Sark) have joined Amarth Amon (Brian Posehn), Bartho Shett (Ken Daly), Mildred Maxton (Sarah Guzzardo), and Blackee Green (Blaine Capatch) on their water quest. Now our heroes will burst into the control room of the ship where they found their new allies. Tune in to find out what lies ahead for them! Be sure to keep helping us with getting Vin Diesel to play D&D with us!