Tony Millionaire, of Maakies and Sock Monkey, joins Doktor Faux for a rare one-on-one cage-style conversation about aesthetics, old-world inspiration and Popeye cartoons. Tony explains the story of Marion’s Bicycle as well as an interesting tale of how to get your underground comic it’s own late-night television show (PROTIP: it’s hard). The two also geek-out over classic cartoons and the death of creator-driven content!
Mark Hosler of Negativland joins Doktor Faux and Caller23 on the HyperCOMM. Mark recounts his recent European tour and the utilization of anchor-gigs. Faux asks why Negativland put out a new album (TRUEFALSE), and the duties of being a surviving member of an aging avant-garde performance troupe. Caller23 follows up with questions like “who is suing you now?” and what it’s like meeting the guy who had been pirating your music for a decade. Stickerguy is a nice guy.
Continuing TFTS’s interview-obsession, Reverand peas confronts guest Jonah “Th’Mole” Mociun about demonic puppets and astronauts. Jonah discusses his latest album Whatever Your Heart Desires featuring the track Dr. What (featuring Kool Keith). Jonah discusses upcoming UK tours with David Liebe Hart and upcoming releases featuring Chip the Black Boy we listen to 4-Headed Horseman.
Nic Caesar of Scary-art.com is held hostage by Reverand peas in an intense interrogation of his finances and blood lineage. Doktor Faux attempts to distract peas with with a segue, which is immediately boarded like a Razor scooter and kickflips off the ramp all sweet n’ shit. We poke Cosmac with an internet-stick and force him to play Is It a Band, the results are shocking! It’s legally sanctioned as a “bonanza”. Listen now!
Hypercube is INFESTED with rambunctious nerds as Joshua Rogers from Illuminated Paths joins Faux and peas for an interview about aesthetics. Joshua features his work with Viper (BOUT THA MONEY) and features work by Heliophonic and Twin Monoliths. Meanwhile, label members TTN are celebrating TTN Day inside the Hypercube, and it’s only a matter of time before they hijack the whole show and end up playing their cover of Totally Wired featuring Doktor Faux.