Travis, Chris and Nox welcome Gina Powers and some members of the band; Chris(Topher) Argenziano and Mitch Rittenbach. Missing from the crew was Russell Pfaff, which is apparently his punishment for being a drummer? You decide!
It almost seems best to just leave it there…buckle up for a wild ride and some incredible performances as we move from topic to topic, song to song.
Sarah Boonstoppel stop-pels by to discuss a rather sober topic, can we and should we separate the art from the artist? Every artist? Does what they’ve done and how they’ve apologized matter? So much more is covered, you’ll find yourself along for a ride on this one. Travis, Chris, Nox and Ben accompany her as they delve deep into some close to home figures of our society. Buckle up!
TKP returns after a brief hiatus, better than ever! We chat with Beth and Kari from local supergroup duo, Fancy That and we even coaxed them into playing a few tunes for us. If you’re a musician, producer or even just interested in those things this is a must listen. We delve deep into our backgrounds, telling stories of our multitudinal failures and the lessons we’ve learned. There’s a whooole lot of embarrassment.
Did I mention they play a few tunes?
In this long awaited (quite literally) episode, we finally sit down Trav’s brother and all around fantastic gent, Tom Waisanen at his home in Los Angeles for a chat to beat all chats. We have guests aplenty on this one and you’ll pick up on the, uh…jovial atmosphere…pretty quickly. Sit back, buckle up, raise the roof and shave a buddy’s head because this one GETS REAL.
We’re back with the stunning conclusion to part one of our hit series, Canadium: The Last Vengeance! Okay, all that “last vengeance” business is really not applicable to this episode but it sounded cool and I don’t really want to go back and delete it.
In this episode, we learn Travis was a punk, men are really quite gross and stinky, pronunciation is tricky, Travis was a punk and both Sabrina and Laurie have some cool projects coming up!
We’ve brought the big guns in on this one…so big, in fact, that we couldn’t fit all this greatness into a single episode! Sabrina Hornung joins us to discuss North Dakota history (far, far more exciting than you think!), her role as editor for the High Plains Reader and their related events, stories from her many travels, the Robinson high art scene (it’s a thing!) and so much more. This is a must listen for anyone from the area and now that we think about it, any human walking the planet!
We bring on our good friend and one-Netflix-special away comedian, Rebecca on to discuss everything from living as a trans woman to growing up in the ’90s, Star Trek faux paus, South Dakota, quality cinema and so much more. You better be sitting down for this one!
In this edition of our ongoing film analysis series, we cover the film, Wait Until Dark; a surprisingly relevant film all the way back from 1967! Special guest, Laurie Seifert Williams joins us to dissect and even provide a bit of a history lesson. This episode should entertain you even if you haven’t seen this movie yet!
In this episode, we interview local songwriting legend and just plain cool guy, Darrin Wentz. Darrin regales us with tales from a most storied past, everything from how live music has changed to why Dr. Ruth is the most legit celeb ever to walk the planet. We also learn that apparently you can disqualify a horse…everything’s on the table in this one!
Be sure to check Darrin’s album, When You Were Young on Spotify!
In this episode, we interview our good pals, Paul and Brett from Flatland Guitar and Lutherie. We cover a lot of ground in this one, well beyond the guitar itself as we wax nostalgic over the past several decades of favorite bands and why we play music at all.
Be sure sure to check them out on the web at flatlandguitar.com!
Check out Music is Win on their YouTube channel and at musiciswin.com!