Freakshow! – 2/18/10

February 17, 2010

Freakshow! will not be airing this week for reasons beyond our control.  Tune in next week for a brand new episode!


Freakshow! – 2/11/10

February 11, 2010

After the last week’s incredibly pessimistic and bitter episode, we needed to cheer ourselves up with some awesome music.  And so we did!  With an eclectic mix of classic punk, Japanese hip-hop and some of the greatest guitarists of all time, bookended by Freakman John’s exalting of Nine Black Alps, ballet talk, fun science projects to do at your local bar and dreams of a Sarah Palin future, this is nothing less than a Freakshow! for the ages.  Not to mention one that features one of the most unique (and best) sets we’ve ever done.  It’s a brave new world, folks!

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Freakshow! – 2/04/10

February 11, 2010

Delicious!Man, this curry sure looks delicious, doesn’t it?

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Importance Message

February 7, 2010

Just so you know, there’s a bit of a problem with the raw audio of last Thursday’s episode.  It means I might have to rerecord some parts, or that the episode is completely unsalvageable and there won’t be a recoding to go with the blog post.  Point is, regardless of whether or not the episode gets uploaded, I’ll try and have the setlist up in the next day or so.  Sorry for the delay, folks!

We now return you to the deafening sound of radio silence (already in progress).

Freakshow! – 1/28/10

February 1, 2010

Freakshow!This week’s Freakshow! finds us joined by special guest Kevin Corea-Berger (DJ Cucumber Slice as he insists on being called, much to our chagrin) who brings his own music expertise to the table with his own set that go places no Freakshow! has ever gone before while staying true to the “harmonious dissonance” that drives the show.  Listen in awe as Freakman John and Kevin dance around the studio to kicking tunes while discussing important topics such as kids these days, putting Nike pumps in body parts, and why Australia sucks!

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