Well, it’s been Two Years that Ed & Will have been doing this podcast and oddly enough the audio quality has gotten worse. Well, not always but it is in this episode due to reasons beyond our control but it is listenable, so you have been warned!
In this episode, Ed & Will discuss…
– Doing the podcast for Two Years!
– Ed’s night job activities.
– Witnessing a car repossession.
Back to the Show…
– Virtually Painless vs. Painless.
– Current T.V. Programming.
– Music Festivals / Concerts at the Orange County Fair 2015.
– Are wearing band T-shirts a thing of the past?
– The Throwback Music Generation.
– The Top 10 Song game.
– Movies to watch.
– Time for Ed to go to sleep.
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In this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed sits this episode out because he was under the weather, but Will and Joe takes over. They are joined by Joe’s friend Steven Flores, who has embarked into the world of stand up comedy. He speaks about his first time up on stage.
Also in this episode, the boys play another round of “Let’s make Joe mad.”
Capping off the episode is a preview of episode #2 of Ed’s new music podcast, Expand Your Playlist. We also hear music by Sky Burns Red with “Pens Down”
In this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed and Will welcome to the show Nicolette and Aixa from the band GO BETTY GO!!! We were honored to have them on! We discuss their new EP “Reboot” as well as their return to the music scene after 10 years of being away without releasing new music!
Also in this episode we discuss the Saved By The Bell reunion that happened on the Tonight Show and AC/DC’s return tour!
Music in this episode by: Go Betty Go
“It Haunts You Now”
In this music-themed installment of Episode #66 of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed and Will discuss the recent Grammy awards. They also recap Kanye West’s rant against Beck, the academy’s inability to distinguish Rock Music from Metal music, and Sam Smith versus Tom Petty.
ALSO, Ed is joined by Steve Halprin and Chuck Diesel from the band “The Pests“. The New Orleans based post-punk have been making music for over 20 years and (atleast in the West Coast) have not gotten their due for making their brand of hard, fast, and real punk music. They call in and have a chat with Ed (aka Eduardo). We discuss a variety of topics including the release of their 3rd full-length album “A Damn fine Mixture” on vinyl. To see their video for “Pants On Fire”, check out their page at http://www.arena.com .
Music in this episode:
“I Admit It” by The Pests
“Pants On Fire” by The Pests
In this episode of the podcast, Ed, Will, Kris, and Joe go back in time with some “Colorful” fun-filled pop culture sounds. The boys reminisce about sounds from the Hunger Games, Transformers, He-Man, Playstation, Video games sounds, and Techmo Bowl. The boys also go deep on having relationships publicized on the internet and tattooing names on one’s self. Music in this episode:
“I Got Mine” by Tarra Layne http://www.tarralayne.com
This is the final episode for 2014 of the Airspeaker Podcast and we decided to give you a “best of” the music played on the podcast in the form of a mixtape. Because the episodes are usually listened to only once, the songs don’t get the airplay that they should. So in this episode, we recap some of the great music played on our episodes, giving them another chance to make a first impression. Take another listen to these great songs. Below is the track listings as well as links to find out more on an artist or song you may like.
In this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast the boys are back with more shenanigans and colorful language. Your listening descretion has been advised. Ed, Will, Kris, and Joe roll out new features to podcast such as “W.T.F.” and “Snoop Dogg says what Joe is thinking”. They also discuss the news in the latest edition of the “Newsreel”. We also give a tribute to the spanish TV legend known as “Chespirito”.
We here at the Airspeaker Podcast are honored to have had the chance to listen to the new EP “Reboot” from Go Betty Go!
It is a great labum and we can’t wait you all to hear it come January 27th, 2015. The original line-up are back since their last release “Nothing Is More” back in 2005. For more on their comeback and their upcoming record release show January 25th at the Roxy in Hollywood, Ca., visit their website http://www.gobettygo.com . We present to you their video for their latest single “It Haunts You Now”
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us here at the Airspeaker Podcast!
In this episode, why do some musicians self promote themselves in their own songs? Also, how did U2 manage to piss off some musicians and a TON of iTunes subscribers? AND, music in this episode by I’ve Got Gloria and Tarra Layne. More info about them are below.
In this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed and Will discuss collectibles and paying for autographs, spoiler alerts, Jay Mohr live on stage and other comedians, the Kings of Comedy, the Lung Force Walk, and crazy sleepers before having a spectacular crash landing!
Our friends in MY VILLAIN HEARTwill be performing at this year’s Lung force Walk sponsored by the American Lung Association.
A LUNG FORCE Walk or Run/Walk is like no other charity event. With an inspiring signature song and music, we will celebrate the collective power of our breath. Our voices will soar as we rally our friends, neighbors and colleagues to stand together, and walk together, against lung cancer—and for lung health for all.
Every day, we rely on our lungs to breathe, speak, sing, and laugh. At every LUNG FORCE Walk and Run/Walk, we’ll use our lungs to do all these things, and to power our bodies along a safe and scenic course.
We’ll also raise funds for research, advocacy, education and awareness. The more money we raise and the harder we work, the more we can help improve the quality of life for people living with lung cancer and other lung diseases, discover more successful treatments—and save lives.
They will be performing at a part of the Las Vegas Lung Force Walk Saturday November 1st, 2014 at 9200 Tule Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89131, For more info go to http://lungforce.org/runwalk
So if you haven’t noticed, we have launched a new episode of the Airspeaker Podcast that features music from new musical artists and bands who either have not been given much air play or who are brand new artists looking to get the word out about their music. Thus the “Expand your Playlist” episodes have been created, playing music from all genres and levels of musicianship. If you’d like to have your music on these episodes as well as our featured song in the regular episodes of the Airspeaker Podcast, submit your information and an mp3 of your music to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/EYPlaylist or follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/EYPlaylist
So far we have released Volume 1 of Expand Your Playlist. You can listen below. We are now accepting more submissions for future volumes.
In this Volume of “Expand Your Playlist” we start things off with our playlist of “Rock” music, spanning through all types of genres of rock featuring British Rock, Hard Rock, 80’s Rock, Alternative Rock, Southern Gritty Rock, and Battle of the bands winning Rock!
Here are some bonus info and content from each band that was not posted on the original post. Enjoy!
Artist: Sky Burns Red
Song: Riddle Album: Machines (Available on iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp and Google Play.)| From: Swindon, England UK
On this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed has a one-on-one conversation with writer, producer and director of the horror film INFLICTION, Jack Thomas Smith. Also, we look forward to the “Expand Your Playlist” episodes.
“Infliction” is available on Walmart.com, iTunes, Amazon, Columbia House, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, CD Universe, FYE stores, Google Play, Vudu, Cinema Now, Vimeo OnDemand, Netflix queue, and other online retailers. http://www.inflictiontapes.com/
In this episode of the Airspeaker Podcast, Ed talks about his time being stuck on the “It’s a Small World” ride at Disneyland. Then, we hear new music from Sky Burns Red. Ed and Will welcome back to the show Joe and Kris, along with his son Mikeal, as we go back to the “Summerslam” recording sessions to hear more nonsense such as their review of the Guardians of the Galaxy, favorite junk foods, Star Wars, Ice Cream Trucks, and a whole lot more!
Also as a bonus, we premiere the latest single from Belle Rousse with “The Shane Song“.
On this our 50th episode, we assembled the whole crew.. Ed, Will, Joe, and Kris to record the episode before they watched WWE’s Summerslam. But before that, Ed and Will get together for the intro and they discuss they phenomenon that is the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS awareness.
After that, the brotherhood try to find out what the Hot/Crazy Matrix is. They also talk about mashable.com’s list of the 14 Guilty Pleasure songs. And finally they talk about the “Polish Selfie”… and no it’s not what you think.
Thank you all for listening! This is our Season Two finale! Thank you for the first 50 episodes. Hope you stick with us for the next 50. Who knows what it can bring and who knows who will be on!
Clip courtesy from James Yeager from Tactical Response
In 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.