Support the Airspeaker Family during these tough times


The memorial services has come and gone but we can still help however we can.

Help Elias’s family, his loving wife, and three beautiful children through the hardship of losing him far too soon. Thanks for your support!

Eli passed away on Monday July 14th, from injuries sustained in a tragic car accident. He is survived by his beautiful wife Pearl, and three children. Eli was a motor officer and had a genuine love for the community he served. If Eli’ has ever greeted you with that big smile, you know that his heart was even bigger. This man truly touched the lives of many and will be missed more than words can ever express. Even after the memorial service, Eli’s family need as much support and love as possible. If you can help out his family please do so, donations can be anonymous, or you can leave a note for the family to read. Thank you so much for all the support.

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Soundcloud Ramblings: 7/28/14

Hey everyone, this is Ed. I had a rant about something i noticed about youtube, and instead of making notes i just recorded it straight to Soundcloud. No edits, no listening back. Just record and post. Sorry for the bad quailty. Comment if you like to hear more ramblings from me and the others guys of the Airspeaker Podcast. Comment even if you don’t like it, just be gentle.

Reviews in Real-Time: Capital Cities


Artist: Capital Cities
Album: Tidal Wave of Mystery
Released: June 4, 2013

Written by Raul Leon – @VillainMy

Capital Cities is a dynamic duo (not of the Batman/Robin variety), a musical dynamic duo, reigning from Los Angeles. It’s members Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian have been collaborating musically since early 2008 when they initially found and met one another through a Craig’s List ad!!! They initially composed “jingles” for various advertisements and commercials. After approximately 3 years of success with jingle writing they decided to venture and create a musical collaborative, Capital Cities.

As Capital Cities they released their first album “Tidal Wave of Mystery” which includes their first hit single, “Safe and Sound”.
Their second single “One Minute More” (my favorite of their songs and the reason why I was ever compelled for my writing this review) arrived on the airwaves shortly after as yet another hit single. I feel that Merchant and Simonion found the perfect balance between a U2 style epic stadium rock and married it with an emotional and inspiring dance music. It truly is a beautiful piece. Simple and never forced, it flows naturally and gracefully.

With at least 2 hit singles in their pockets, two things are certain (listening to their other material):
1) these guys certainly are having fun with their music…
2) they truly have a feel for writing some catchy ass tunes…

I look forward to hearing what they create next? Check these guys out if you are looking for some fun heartfelt music.
“polluting the airwaves”…
MVH/Airspeaker Cabezon(es)

Episode #46: Service With No Smiles


On this episode of Airspeaker Podcast, Ed & Will discuss bad customer service as they listen to a customer service call of a Comcast Rep who went a little overboard trying to keep a customer. Other topics discussed: McGuyver aka Gerald McGuyver, Costco, Walmart, Downey Pizza Co. and more.

Music by:


Band: The Ocean Cure
Song: “Take Cover”
Members: Pauline Taylor & Nick Baskerville
From: Oakville, Ontario, Canada

That’s the Airspeaker Podcast for this week.
Thank you for listening!
Talk to you later.

Episode #45: Bleepin’ Good Times


On this Episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed and Will are once again joined by Kris Serrano. Today’s topics that they tackled and questions that were asked were the following..
Who & Where is Wa***o?
Talking about the movie “Pump Up The Volume” and geeking out on Christian Slater movies
The Lego Movie
21 and 22 Jumpstreet
What exactly is Puritan Pussy?
The REAL history about Lincoln
World Cup Soccer talk… kinda
Trumpet talk
and more….

Today on the Music Intermission is the band Open Sails.


Band: Open Sails
Song: “All of Me”
Album: Open Sails
Released: 6/24/14
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Joy Lynn – Vocals
Jared Christopher – Lead Guitar
Terence Gillespie – Bass
Casey Adams – Drums


Airspeaker’s Review in Real-Time: So right off the bat you get a hint of a Paramore influence when you first hear Open Sails, but don’t let that fool you. From their hometown of Calgary, Alberta Canada, they come at you with their first indie, self-titled, album with just a purely great hard rock/pop album that goes through strong track by track and quickly ends, leaving you wanting more. Great music by the band and strong vocals by Joy Lynn will make this a band to look out for in the near future whenever they come out here to the states. Choosing a song to play first from the album was a bit difficult with songs such as “Breakdown”, “Take It All”, and “Sunsets”, but we decided to go with “All of Me”. We hope to play more of them in the future and hopefully have them on the podcast! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did. (4 1/2 out of 5 headphones)

Ed Gomez – Airspeaker Podcast

To all check out these great podcasts who have graciously provided promos for us! Support you local podcasts!


Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks Podcast
Hosted by Annaleis and Neil C.


Drinking At The Keyboard Podcast
Hosted by AJ and Tony

Thank you for listening! If you like what you hear, tell a friend or two by sharing our links around to our Twitter and Facebook pages! Also catch up on past episodes by checking out our Podcast Archive pages. Thanks! - Ed & Will

Episode #44: Color Me Madd


On this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed, Will, and Joe fall down a rabbit hole that is the topic of.. Boys Bands. Also we revisit an interview we did with Raul Leon from My Villain Heart on Episode #28 when he revealed that he was a part of boy band called Sudden Exposure.

The song selection for the music intermission on this episode “Set It Up” Courage You Bastards

For more on Courage you Bastards, check out:

Airspeaker on Spreaker!

We are happy to announce that there is another way now to listen to the Airspeaker Podcast thru Spreaker! Spreaker is another way to listen to the podcast, either online or thru their mobile app so you can listen to us anytime, anywhere! Visit and not only search for us by typing in “Airspeaker Podcast” but also follow us! Join us on Spreaker!


Episode #43: Good Old Hockey Game


Ed, Will, and Joe return to discuss the great game of hockey as the Stanley Cup Final was underway…. then they veer off into other sports discussion.


Some of the finer points of hockey.


We should have used this explaination of “Icing” instead. Much more clearer.


Let’s put some money on the Cubbies!


Stompin Tom Connors: The Good Old Hockey Game

The Briggs: This is L.A.

Thank you for listening to this episode… Tune in for Episode #44, coming soon!

Episode #42: News and Notes


On this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed and Will tackle and talk about the various topics. Here is the breakdown…


“The Doors” – “Reading Rainbow Theme” (Jimmy Fallon from the Tonight Show)

Ordering at a Drive-Thru

Donald Sterling

“WTF” featuring Farrah Abraham (watch video on

Music by iLai Music: “My Everything”

More Sterling talk

Cat attacks Dog

Garfield and Scooby Doo

The New Batman

Live Action Batman the Animated Series intro

Gotham Trailer

More Music by Diemonds: “Left For Dead”

More Gotham talk


Thank you for listening to the Airspeaker Podcast!

And Now A Small Break For Station Identification


Hey guys! Like always, thank you for listening and those of you who have also told a friend or two. No new episode this week, but we would like to direct you to our PODCAST ARCHIVE page (link located in the menu above) for those of you who haven’t caught up the latest episode (#41) or one of the other 40 episodes.

We will be back next week with a brand new episode leading up to Episode #50, our Season 2 Finale. Don’t have access to a computer? Look at our menu on the right side for all of the available options to listen to the podcast on any mobile device.

Talk To You Later,

Episode #41: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left-Right, Left-Right, B, A, Select, Start


On this made-up episode, after recording the “Squared Circle Talk” episodes, Ed, Will, and Joe leave the mics on and babble about random topics including Top Videos Games of the 1980’s. Also, for our Music Intermission we listen to “Get The Fuck Outta Here” from DIEMONDS.

A Little More About…


Bio taken from

(Left to Right):
C.C. Diemond – Guitar Rippin’ & Whiskey Sippin’
Tommy Carvalho – Rockin’ Bass & Givin’ Chase
Priya Panda – Sweet Squealin’ & High Heelin’
Daniel DeKay – Flyin’ Vees & Smokin’ Trees
Aiden Tranquada – Drummin’ Thunder & Evil Plunder

Toronto is the setting for the most molten rock and metal scene in the western hemisphere. Meet Diemonds: the city’s hungriest band, clawing their way out of the underground with their modern day hard rock sound that draws inspiration from rock n’ roll’s heroes. Diemonds combine live theatrics and the antics of bands like Guns n’ Roses, Motley Crue, and Motorhead, with lyrics that speak to the outcasts, wild childs, and misfits. Then, they chew it up and spit it out in a way that only Diemonds can.

Never has the music world been so poised for a frontwoman like Priya Panda, a sultry singer who walks the indeterminable fine line between class and crass and breaks every cultural, social, gender and sexual boundary known to hard rock. If the ever growing legions of Die-Hards are any indication, Priya and the rest of her “Bad Pack” including C.C. Diemond and Daniel Dekay on guitar as well as Tommy Cee on bass and drummer Aiden Tranquada, are firmly carving their own path in music and hoards of rock fans are already along for the ride.

“Our fans have grown with us over the years, they’re a part of our gang and a part of our story. If you’ve ever felt out of place, you’re like family to us,” says guitar player C.C. Diemond.

Their full length record “The Bad Pack” has taken them on countless North American tours with notable stops at festivals like Heavy MTL, SXSW, Rocklahoma, Seattle Hempfest as well as support slots of legends like Slash, Steel Panther and HellYeah!

The meaningful connections Diemonds have made with fans around the world has been crucial to their success. Their highly coveted merchandise items are often sold out well in advance of their release and it’s the Diemonds fans that have inked the band’s logo on their skin, driven from miles around to see them and made them one of the first music acts in Canada to have a successful crowd funding campaign.

Named the Best Underground Artist of 2013 by High Times Magazine and UK’s Classic Rock Magazine selected their music video “GTFO” as the year’s 4th best. “Risking their safety and sanity for rock n’ roll please welcome Toronto’s wild and young…” – Classic Rock Magazine

For more on Diemonds, check out


I love this album! Press play and let it rock you hard!
– Ed, Airspeaker Podcast

Episode #40: Mixtape II


Once again, we bring you a musical episode showcasing new, up and coming artists and bands on this the second installment of the Airspeaker Music Series.

In this episode, Kris from My Villain Heart, joins Ed and they discuss was a mixtape was and what was on their mixtapes. Also mixed in through out the episode are clips from the ultimate movie about mixtapes / compilation tapes…. “High Fidelity“. Also, Ed has a conversation with Mr. Fritz!



Featured in this edition of the Airspeaker Mixtape are…


Check out her interview in Episode #36.

“Feeling You”
Check out his interview in this episode!


“My Everything”

Due to time constraints we were unable to give a bio in the podcast so here it is now…
iLai is an independent artist, musician, and song writer based out of Los Angeles, CA. His music reflects the motto that he goes by: Uplift, Conscious, Lovers, Reggae, Music, (#UCLRM). Since 2001, iLai has been part of the Reggae scene in his local community, playing bass guitar and singing backup vocals for his band of brothers called, Natty Rootz. His experience throughout the years with Natty Rootz has given him the opportunity to open up for well respected artists/bands in the Reggae arena; such as, Lucky Dube, Wailing Souls, Barrington Levy, Yellow Man, Eek a Mouse, Andrew Tosh, Bad Fish, Nobody Cares, Hooliganz, Local Culture, and Kontiki, just to name a few.

In the late summer 2013, iLai embarked his music career as a solo artist in working with Mike Troolines, audio sound engineer of Sound Asylum; and his brother Mau, music producer of Mauzart Productions. In December 2013, iLai released his first single titled, “My Everything,” with a follow up single in January 2014 titled, “Jah Love.”He is currently working on his long anticipated EP titled, “Reflections of Love,” and will be released by May 2014.




Could feature you or your band. If you are interested in being featured in the next episode of the Airspeaker Mixtape Music Series or on a regular episode of the Airspeaker Podcast as a part of the music intermission, just email us at or just message us on our Twitter Page or Facebook Page and we will message you back with all of the details.

Episode #39: Squared Circle Talk, Part 2


On this episode of the Airspeaker, the boys continue their wrestling geek out but finishing their countdown of the Top Ten entrance theme songs. They learn a very valuable lesson in the end.

Today’s Music Intermission is “Why” by Stillchyld


Episode #38: Squared Circle Talk, Part 1


On this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, leading up to the WWE’s Wrestlmania, Ed, Will are joined by Joe as they talk about everything wrestling as well as going through a list of the top ten entrance theme songs.

Today’s Music Intermission is “Ric Flair” by Mr. Fritz.

I also have to add the remix because it’s equally as great! Check them both out.

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Airspeaker Travel Log: 4/1/14

Here is a new feature we are trying out for Airspeaker on our Soundcloud page. The travel logs are small mini episode in which Ed and Will record random thoughts and ideas as they are on the road. On this edition of the Travel Logs, Ed rants about awful sports fans who ruin it for other fans. Like our travel logs? Let us know. Leave a comment. New travel logs will be posted randomly on Soundcloud and later here on