Who Charted?: The Origin of Dubstep

Moshe Kasher aka Mo Mo is back to reveal how he possibly created dubstep on today’s Who Charted! He describes his connection to Bassnectar, explains the appeal of World Star Hip-Hop, and breaks down the differences between LGBTQIA while counting down the Ultimate Music Chart. Moshe also tells us about his recent secret war with a blogger, being distracted by Mila Kunis at a diner, and shows off his skills at naming other famous M.K.s during a round of Chart Darts!


Shots Fired!: Ballin’

Rapper extraordinaire Freddie Gibbs joins MC Nocando & Jeff Weiss to discuss athletes trying to rap. They talk about the Chicago Bears’ “Super Bowl Shuffle,” the LA Rams’ “Ram It,” Darryl Strawberry’s “Chocolate Strawberry,” Shaq’s “You Can’t Stop The Reign,” B-Ball’s Best Kept Secret, Kobe Bryant failed attempt at rap, Deion Sanders’ “Must Be The Money,” Tony Parker ft. Fabolous, Chris Webber ft. Kurupt, Allen Iverson’s “40 Bars,” Metta World Peace’s “Afghan Women,” Kevin Durant’s “Wired,” The Hyperizers’ “Don’t Criticize,” and Delonte West’s KFC Freestyle. Plus, the guys give their reasons for not going to SXSW this year.


Comedy Bang! Bang!: The Bisco Boys

Who Charted’s Howard “Dragon Boy Suede” Kremer & fan favorites Paul Rust, Harris Wittels, and Michael Cassady aka Don’t Stop or We’ll Die are in the studio to jam out in today’s very special musical b-b-b-bonus s-s-s-show! They’ll get into what the future holds for Analyze Phish, why Paul got in trouble for his New No Nos, and debut some new tracks. Fortunately, the guys are pros at a game of Fortunately, Unfortunately. Unfortunately, it gets a little crazy during a game of Would You Rather. Fortunately, we hear Dragon Boy Suede & Don’t Stop Or We’ll Die finally collab!


Nocturnal Emotions: Nameless Protagonist

The delightful Bridey Elliott joins Har Mar for a no holds barred chat on this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Bridey & Har Mar talk about crying on cue, different types of shampoo, and whether or not they’ve ever tasted pee. They also discuss the greatness of Here Comes The Boom, create a family drama movie, and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Deniece Williams’ “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.”


Who Charted?: Live from SXSW 2013

Brooklyn’s Matt and Kim get real, become Howard’s wingman, and help countdown some charts in a LIVE episode from Austin, Texas! While counting down the Top 5 of Ten of Austin’s Best Songs Chart we hear about Matt’s first time in London, Matt & Kim’s stage acrobatics, and where they would have a statue of them built. We then find out which movie Matt has never seen as they count down the Top 5 Grossing Actors Chart. Plus, the audience dodges the darts that Matt & Kim throw as they play a game of Chart Darts!


Shots Fired!: Back in the Day/Ain’t Your Momma Pretty

Self Jupiter of Freestyle Fellowship & Fatlip of The Pharcyde join MC Nocando & Jeff Weiss this week to talk about their lives, their music, and what they’re doing now. Self Jupiter and Fatlip discuss early beginnings, the Good Life Cafe, and play some classic/current tracks. Plus, they talk about Drake’s trip to the strip club and MTV’s Hottest MC List.


Nocturnal Emotions: Chivilians

The all around awesome artist Michael Gaughan sits down to chat with Har Mar on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Michael talks about making friends as he goes back to school in San Francisco, his Chatroulette dorm room freestyle rap tour, and the joy of humping inanimate objects in public. Plus, Michael and Har Mar build the world of Chivilians (a talent show play) and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Todd Rundgren’s “Bang the Drum All Day.” Check out some of Michael Gaughan’s art at www.michael-gaughan.com


Who Charted?: LIVE from Vancouver

One man band Reggie Watts joins Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie to countdown some charts in a LIVE episode from Vancouver, British Columbia! We hear why Reggie is tired of will.i.am, if any good songs were made by anyone named Will, and which artists the crowd believes should win a JUNO award during the Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs Music Chart. The gang finds out which audience members suffer from the clench and we’re also treated to a special performance by Reggie Watts himself!


Shots Fired!: Gorillas in the Mist: Bonobo

British musician/producer/DJ Bonobo aka Simon Green joins MC Nocando and Jeff Weiss to talk about the electronic music scenes in the UK, how Hip-Hop was his introduction into exploring other genres of music, and learning how to operate a dance floor by playing a bunch of shows in a jazz room in Brighton. Bonobo also tells us why he chose to name himself Bonobo, the birthplace of the original dub-step, and plays a couple tracks from his upcoming album “The North Borders.” Plus, Jeff gives us a quick lesson on moon rocks.


Nocturnal Emotions: Wet Dreams Do Come True

Free Energy’s Paul Sprangers joins Har Mar in San Francisco for a riff fest on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Paul & Har Mar talk about Paul’s love of LA, their shared passion of tubing, and wet dreams. They also cast Ben Schwartz as the lead of their episodic television show about a band during Let’s Create A Show and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Huey Lewis and The News’ “The Power of Love.”