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!



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Catch Moshe Kasher on Today’s Who Charted? and get Moshe’s new tell all book “Kasher In The Rye” (Taken with instagram)

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Who Charted?: Daddy Issues

Moshe Kasher has an “interesting relationship with urine,” a famous former hairdresser, and a brand new book you have to check out called Kasher in the Rye: A True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict, Criminal, Mental Patient, and Then Turned 16! He’s back on Who Charted? for a look at the Dusted Magazine Music Chart, the weekend box office rankings, and to meet our little friend Hermes the Chart Goose. You can find out a lot about Moshe from his book, but you will only learn about wolf tickets, Muppet Babies sex talk, and Moshe’s famous initials here on Who Charted? Pick up his book (if you use the link in the description, you can help out Who Charted? while you do it) and enjoy!



Two-time Earwolf guest Moshe Kasher will be a guest on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly tonight. He is on a media tour promoting his new book, Kasher in the Rye, which was released last week. 

On Conan (TBS), you’ll be able to see Earwolf pal, and one-half of music duo Garfunkel & Oates, Kate Micucci.

And Glitter in the Garbage fans may remember Kelly Osbourne's appearance on Ep. 32 of the podcast. She will be appearing on The Talk (CBS).

By: Julia Hays



Who Charted? Weekend Rewind - Episode 11 Moshe Kasher: I Thought I Charted (2/16/2011)

Moshe Kasher’s first book, Kasher in the Rye, is out now so what better way to commemorate this achievement than to flashback to his appearance on Who Charted?!

This week Old People Be Lovin’ with the lovable and hilarious Moshe Kasher. Moshe cracks the code on making a country music hit in our music chart, plays a rather competitive round of Chart Darts, and answers the age old debate: Who is sexier, Justin Bieber or Adam Sandler. You’ll learn a bit about Jewish culture, Laotian cuisine, and find out if you have what it takes to be Moshe’s valentine.

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