We’re counting down the Top 10 Songs of 2012 this week as Rafflecast Presents: Killer Tracks with Carly Rae Jepsen and Billy Braggart! Get ready for an all out chat about Bieber, Psy, and Rihanna! Plus, Billy gives us his rendition of protest artist Pitbull!
It’s that time of year where you try to not get burned when roasting chestnuts over an open fire and have the whole family gather round the ol’ computer for a special holiday podcast treat! Scott welcomes fan favorite Harris Wittels as he tells us about his new book/stocking stuffer Humblebrag: The Art of False Modesty and showcases a brand new edition of Harris’ Foam Corner. Bjork, Neil Young, and Billy Braggart serenade us with some holiday cheer and Paul Rust has a couple of New Ho Ho Hos for us. Ice-T gives us a history lesson on Santa Claus and Bill Cosby-Bukowski makes up a holiday themed Jelloem. Then first timer Liz joins in on the festivities to talk about her new reality show “Publicity.” Merry Christmas!
You’ll be screaming “HE HAS RISEN” because this week, Rafflecast Presents: Building The Track with Har Mar Superstar! Listen as they lay down a dope track in 20 minutes about our lord and savior JESUS!!!! (Thanks to Cyrus Ghahremäni and Brett Morris for providing the studio and guitar for today’s episode!)
Katt Williams has been in the news so much lately that it has inspired Matt Besser to invite improvisers Ian Roberts, Alex Berg, and Jon Daly to dedicate a whole episode to Mr. Williams. They will explore the use of Oakland cocaine, consider getting basset hound lip injections, and the examine the exploitation of celebrities on the news. Be 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 “The Six Most Important Sets in the History of Standup” at mattbesser.com!
Rafflecast is now hosting the podcast of Jimmy Page, Jack White, and The Edge. Jimmy Page, Jack White and The Edge talk gear, The Nobs, and American Roots Music. It’s the continuation of the documentary “It Might Get Loud” you’ve been looking for!
Once again we asked YOU which were some of your favorite scenes from the past episodes of improv4humans and we put together volume 2 of this special collection of improvised scenes. Listen to an all star cast of improvisers create scenes based off suggestions from Twitter, Man On The Street Interviews, and horror stories. Be 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 “The Six Most Important Sets in the History of Standup” at mattbesser.com!
Jon Daly’s Rafflecast: Episode 2 & 3
Jon Daly is back with a vengeance! Rafflecast is back and is bringing you more sketches, impressions, songs, and celebrity guests like Rob Huebel! Wake up from your NPR induced nap, tell those shock jocks to shut the fuck up, and spend an hour with the greatest innovator in the history of spoken word entertainment, Jon Daly!
Jon Daly’s Rafflecast returns as the first infinite modular podcast! It’s one never ending podcast that you can join in with on at any point. Using computer technology, we will be adding an installment to it a week to make the Rafflecast a big infinite strip of comedy that you can press shuffle on and every single time you will have a different comedy experience. This week on the Rafflecast we have On Golden Film with our hosts the octogenarian film reviewers Kermit Sweeny and Mervin Dodson!
Recorded LIVE from the Smell during the RIOT LA Comedy Festival is an improv4humans that will make you believe in magic! Horatio Sanz, Jon Daly, Ben Schwartz, and Ian Roberts cover everything from Hitler mustaches, dueling Bill Cosbys, and the Borat epidemic. Thanks to RIOT LA for providing the wonderful photos of the evening!
It looks like Scott Achingman has stumbled upon the Werewolf Studios once more to find himself inside of Suicide House with none other than the dreadful Beuford and Messmore le Barron. After some catching up, they are joined by Caine Sherman of the Historical Society to tour Suicide House and figure out if it deserves to have historical status. However, the tour is interrupted by Beuford & Messmore’s father Maximilian Blanc who reveals the many others trapped within the many doors of Suicide House. Will Suicide House get historical status? Will Ghost Boy make an appearance? Will we break a record with the Freestyle Rap Contest? You’ll have to listen to Comedy Fang Fang to find out!