Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Episode 33 - Curtis Casey

Curtis Casey joins aPODcalyptic Times Episode 33 with the apocalypse panel of David Duarte aka @DublDizzleJohn Derby and @travisRspencer for a discussion about the apocalypse.  Topics include Curtis' band Vayden, their 3 month German tour, German church performances, Mayans, Mexico, SOPA, NDAA, Highlander, and generally all things relating to the apocalypse.  Featuring a special unreleased version of "There's No Time" at about the 30 min mark.




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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Episode 32 - Robert McHalffey

Robert McHalffey joins aPODcalyptic Times Episode 32 with the apocalypse panel of David Duarte aka @DublDizzleJohn Derby and @travisRspencer for a discussion about the apocalypse.  Topics include Cleveland, twitter censorship, #OWS, #anonymous, #NDAA, North Korea, Kim Jong Il, Nazi's and oh yeah Happy Hanukkah! Brought to you by VLAD's BMW of Glendale.




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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Episode 31 - Darren Peters

Darren Peters joins aPODcalyptic Times Episode 31 with the apocalypse panel of David Duarte aka @DublDizzleJohn Derby and @travisRspencer for a discussion about the apocalypse.  Topics include Derby getting mugged in Noho, Darren tries to change his fatpocalypse into an alien apocalypse, Higgs Boson, Tebow, Braun, Steroids, Jesus?  Follow @jesus on twitter.




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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Episode 30 - Dana Wilson

Dana Wilson joins aPODcalyptic Times Episode 30 with the apocalypse panel of David Duarte aka @DublDizzleJohn Derby (we've finally got a real link for Derby!) and @travisRspencer for a discussion about the apocalypse.  Topics include Anonymous threat to the US Senate, reappearing bees, mammoth cloning, the NYC, why women don't think about the apocalypse as much as I do and the evil Halliburton.




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Saturday, December 3, 2011

K-Bo and The Latter Day Saints - Only One Man

Growing up on the mean streets of Colorado City, Arizona, K-Bo always had a talent for rhyming.  Not until his cousin moved to Los Angeles and made connections with The Concrete Saints and Vlad the Producer did K-Bo's dream of becoming a recording artist really come true.  When he got connected with Vlad The Producer, who brought in fellow polygamist rappers Mythical and Joe Smizith, they made their their first single 'Only One Man' as K-Bo and The Latter Day Saints.

Enjoy.