This week Matt welcomes emcee, singer, dancer, actor, writer, and director Abe Goldfarb! The two chat about Abe’s time with Beetlejuice The Musical, his directorial debut with The Horror At Gallery Kay, as well as how he got his start in the business of show. They also discuss the plethora of voice acting gigs Abe’s had, ranging from Pathfinder: Kingmaker to Pokémon to Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese, and more.
This week Matt chats with burlesque and nerdom power couple, Brettzo and America Online @aol.com! They chat with Matt about their burlesque beginnings, their favorite acts and themes for shows, the power of comedy in burlesque, as well as how they are keeping busy and artistically fulfilled in a time of quarantine.
This week, Matt welcomes back the brilliant and bombastic musician and maker Kate Nyx for a chat. Their conversation spans the evolution of Kate’s music and online career, from finding her place on the internet to the burdens and bonuses of maintaining a social media presence, and why personal connection is the key to reaching a wider audience. They also love on her cat, the mighty hunter Winslow, and her incredible spouse (and previous guest), professional wrestler Ophidian the Cobra.
On the latest episode of the podcast, Matt welcomes longtime friend and nerdy rap sorcerer, Schäffer The Darklord! The two chat about Schäffer’s tour with MC Lars, his upcoming new record, as well as what it’s like creating music for his monthly Patreon as compared to working on a full length record. They also chat about video games, slow walkers, the burlesque and wrestling extravaganza Tasselmania, and his record/band with Vince Vandal called “The Department Of Darkness.”
This week, Matt welcome performer, actor, singer, musician ,and producer Cassie Nadeau (aka Miss So and So) to the show. The two chat about Cassie’s roots, her latest EP, “A Night Of Obsession,” and her production company, Full Bodied Sound. They also chat about the show she’s in, Truffles, what other artists and art inspires Cassie ,as well as her plans for upcoming singles from the EP and live performances.
It’s that time again! Matt wraps up 2019 by sharing some of his favorite media, moments, event, and accomplishments, as well as being honest about his year, how he’s feeling, and what the future holds. He takes some time to thank those have made an impact on him and supported him over this past year. See you in 2020 and remember… Music is life and life is good!
Another year, another Flame Con! In this years Flame Con Special, Matt talks a little bit about this years con, the vendors (Like Michelle Peluso, Fyodor Pavlov and Feature Feature), walking the floor, seeing panels and playing D&D! Then, for the main event, Matt had the pleasure of recording a D&D live play panel featuring DM Lewd Alfred Douglas and players Johnny Panic, Hazel Tart, Anna Bosnick and special guest Anja Keister along with rules consultant Professor Cadbury, PhD. Please enjoy this deep dive into adventure featuring “The Hedge.”
This week Matt is joined by drag artist, burlesque performer, actor, and nightlife phenom Theydy Bedbug. They chat with Matt about how they got their start, as well as what attracted them to nightlife. They discuss crafting their acts and where they draw inspiration from. The two also speak about the competitive drag scene, winning awards and growing as a performer.
This week Matt welcomes producer, burlesque performer, actor, singer and incredible human, Heart Crimson! Heart joins Matt to chat about their annual burlesque show Burlexes. From production to casting to performing and more, we get a retrospective of the show. They also talk about what the future of the show holds and how Heart plans to continue to grow it. You can see this year’s Burlexes on September 14th at WOW Cafe Theater in NYC. Ticket details coming soon so stay tuned!
In this episode, Matt welcomes stage kitten, burlesque performer and punk rock enthusiast Rex Halligan. Matt and Rex chat about how he got involved in burlesque as well as how he pursues new acts and updates existing ones. The two also talk about the NYC club scene and how performances and venues have changed over the years. Rex shares his love of pets, and opens up about what burlesque truly means to him.