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Dirtpod 037: “Lady Lindsey & The Dick Dragon”


Trust me, it makes sense. You see, this week we’re joined by special guest: Lindsey Armstrong! Lindsey is a radio personality (ALT 101.9), animal activist and flower tattoo connoisseur!

We discuss a random assortment of topics ranging from our first (and worst) tattoos, insane body modifications, what douches we all used to be and how we were all sort of responsible for her meeting her boyfriend.

It’s quite a ride. Along the way, we also review some new music, watch Animal Planet together & see the worst dragon ever!


Dirtpod 035: “Vapesquatch”


This week, we’re thrilled to welcome a very special guest, the man, the myth, Vapesquatch!

That’s right, the wait is over. We found him. He’s real. And he’s actually a really cool dude who, lucky for us, has a sense of humor.

In this amazing Dirtpod exclusive, we sit down with the man behind the legend to find out the truth behind the sightings, the outfit and the phenomenon. We also talk about the many concerts he’s been to, why he goes to so many and what he thinks about his accidental fame. You don’t want to miss this episode.

Ladies and gentlemen, Vapesquatch!


Dirtpod 032: “Don’t Be A Dick”


Pretty simple, if you go to a show, whether it’s a comedy show, a movie, a concert, not being a dick is a pretty basic rule, but after a recent disastrous gig that they just couldn’t shake, Marcus and Guy offer free and foul-mouthed lesson in manners.

We also talk about why we’re too old to really like EDM, the new Metallica song, why people shouldn’t jam at concerts and continue growing the legend with more sightings of the mysterious Vapesquatch.

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Dirtpod 030: “Guy’s Lonely 80’s Nostalgia Cafe & Jukebox Emporium”


This week we take a walk down memory lane, as we discuss some of our favorite local hangouts from growing up. From mechanical animal bands and the perfect pizza to the skating rinks and mini golf courses, we discuss the best parts of growing up!

We also talk $11 beers, bands we like but don’t want to listen to anymore, singers that sound alike, rumors about the new Tool album and review this past week’s Korn/Rob Zombie concert.

It’s a doozy. Subscribe today!


Dirtpod 029: “Shoe Horn Section”


In this episode, we discuss Guy and Allen’s adventures at a recent concert, the proper age to hang up the eyeliner, great bands that never had a great album from beginning to end and what albums we consider to be perfect from beginning to end.

Oh, and we also somehow talk about shoe horns. Whatever, don’t judge us. Enjoy!

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Dirtpod 028: “The Boys Are Back in Town”


After a three episode absence due to being the busiest man in the entire world, the prodigal son, Allen, returns!

The band is back together and they’ve got a lot to catch up on! Marcus and Guy fill us in on their recent trip to Vegas, Allen talks about seeing Paul Simon make thousands of people cry at the same time!

And all three guys raise a big middle finger to Led Zeppelin’s court victory.

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Dirtpod 024: “When Doves Cry”


He was timeless! A musical genius whose talent and influence knew no limits! A pioneer and warrior! A poet and a pimp!

He was a mystery! He was a symbol! He was a legend!

In this episode, we try to keep it together as we discuss the life and shocking tragic loss of Prince!

We also talk about Guy’s recent trip to Vegas to see the very first show of the Guns n’ Roses tour: Why broken feet help you sing better, $15 beers and the alleged Axl/DC tour and what it means for Brian Johnson and his ears.


Dirtpod 023: Old F*cks!


Here’s the thing…

You don’t really know you’re old until you’re old!

It’s true, its damn true!

And although age may be a state of mind, our minds are tired and old too. We bitch about it… but we accept it!

In this episode, that’s exactly what we do!

We accept our fates and bitch about getting older: How things hurt more, how things have changed, how we’ve changed and how it sucks!

We also talk ‘Guns ‘n Roses,’  and  ‘Puddle of Mudd’s,’ Wes Scantlin.

Enjoy our ramblings.

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