Ecid, head honcho over at Fill in the Breaks, stopped by to discuss a plethora of things, including his performance coming up at Soundset, upcoming album releases and Odd Future, of all things.
This episode was recorded at the Bobomb Shelter.
Recurring guest Capaciti is back to promote for a good cause. Wednesday, April 23 is the 2nd annual Autism Hip-Hop Fundraiser at Honey, in Minneapolis. Autism is close to home with Capaciti, check out the podcast for more info!
This episode was recorded at the Capaciti Castle.
For the Twin Cities fans out there, you’d be hard pressed to not recognize the microphone logo of SkoolBoy Entertainment! I’ve heard many good things about these guys but wasn’t too familiar with them, personally, so it was a good opportunity to get them on the show! Stress the Mad Hatter and Ken-C came by and talked on this years Soundset as well as Soundset mainstage performer Pusha-T.
This episode was recorded in the 90′s TGIF time machine.
Abhinav has directed many music videos, chances are you’ve seen a couple of them. He’s also an emcee in the group Cherry Sky, whos new album “Red Eye Flight” comes out in less then a month! Abhi and myself got together to discuss Nas’ classic debut album “Illmatic”, but the conversation went in all directions!
This episode was recorded once upon a thyme.
You may have encountered Brent Lambert or his wooden pieces around the Twin Cities area. The man gives second life to broken skateboard decks, under the moniker BTC Wood. We got together and discussed Cypress Hills debut, self-titled, album. Don’t forget to make a purchase at the Brims & Tongues Webstore to be automatically entered in a contest to win a pair of tickets to Soundset 2014!
This episode was recorded in the cosmos.
In some way, shape or form, you’ve probably heard or been exposed to Sean McPherson aka Twinkie Jiggles, whether it be playing bass for Heiruspecs, Dessa of Doomtree or in his own project Twinkie Jiggles Broken Orchestra. But wait…there’s more…Sean is also the co-founder of Trivia Mafia, as seen at many MANY local drinking establishments OR you might know him as a guest co-host of MPR’s own, the Current’s Morning Show. With all that, he still found time to come by and knock out an episode of the podcast and talk about Outkast’s “ATLiens” album!
This episode was recorded at the local Good Burger.
THIS PAST WEEK, T’LA SHAWN, A STAPLE IN THE TC HIP-HOP SCENE, IS RECOVERING FROM A HEART SURGERY. IF YOU CAN SPARE ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO CONTRIBUTE TO BILLS PLEASE CONTRIBUTE HERE! In preparation for the upcoming “How Drunk 2″ show on April 3, Remo Williamz, Mike the Martyr, Big Wiz, Freez and Big Jess came through to do some podcasting! We touched on many subjects including the latest on the Big Wiz/Big Jess album in the works, get a taste with the “Beard Game Proper” video found HERE.
This episode was recorded at Arnold’s Drive-In.
Recorded live from the Minnesota Music Cafe in St. Paul, at the “How Drunk?” show on Wednesday, March 5th. When I get so many emcees in one place at one time, things can get a little crazy…throw in some booze and shit just gets nuts! Appearances from Remo Williamz, Mike the Martyr, Big Zach, Brent Lambert (BTC Custom Wood), D-Mil (of SP Style), Amber “Ace” Cleveland, Abhinav (Cherry Sky), Fuzzy Nutz, Johnny Questionmark, Big Wiz and Freez!
This episode was recorded at the Minnesota Music Cafe.
Mike the Martyrs DJ is DJ Kush Picasso… he’s a good guy, we got together in the newly IKEA furnished TYR Studio to discuss Jay-Z’s debut album, “Reasonable Doubt”…and what do you know? We stayed on topic MOST of the time, boom!
This episode was recorded at the Cut n Scratch Cabbage Patch Grudge Match.
You might recall Bob Dolemite aka Cal McCaskill from Episode #38 of this very podcast. We hit it off pretty awesome on his first appearance and this go round, he still is not forgettable…which is another way to say that he’s still memorable. Cal is moving to Atlanta very soon and I had to get him on the show one last time, we kicked it up a notch this time, with NO topic, only a rough outline of “drugs”, “reality TV”, and “90′s nostalgia” Check out Cal’s beats page here and then listen to this episode!
This episode was recorded at Stabbey Road Studios.
Bona Phide and myself go back, our paths used to cross a lot in the local music scene and we have many mutual friends. The time has come…and we had to discuss the classic Snoop Dogg album “Doggystyle”, it was bound to be discussed at some point on the show, why not now?
This episode was recorded in the Large Hadron Collider.
Once again, reoccurring guest Remo Williamz came by for his 4th appearance on the show and he brought his posse of rap stars/author including, but not limited to, Go MJ and Big Zach. I schooled them on where Mike Jacksons pet chimpanzee, Bubbles, is these days. Then they schooled me on their upcoming projects.
This episode was recorded at the No Limit Records studio. Uuuuuugh!
I got together with Freez of Illuminous 3/Soul Tools Entertainment to discuss his latest album coming this year, “Freez’s Frozen French Freys” and to talk about one of the highest selling albums of all time,
Kobe Bryant’s “Visionz” Michael Jacksons “Bad”. We also remind the universe that at one point in time, Michael Jackson owned a pet chimpanzee named Bubbles.
This episode was recorded late.
It’s a podcast party and everyone’s celebratin’… Remo Williamz, Mike the Martyr, Meta, and Beasly all came by for a photo shoot and to discuss all sorts of crazy stuff. We touched on some upcoming shows/projects, the local hip-hop scene, whats up with Mpls vs STP, influential music and various other things.
This episode was recorded live, in front of a studio audience.
You might not know the name Brady O’Rourke, but he’s been around the Twin Cities scene for a while in some form or another, he’s also been running the show over at Crushkill Recordings. Crushkill was Eyedea (aka Michael Larsen’s) brainchild and home to all of Eyedea’s side projects as well as Kristoff Krane and others. We talked about the classic cult movie Office Space, which equally is one of our favorite movies.
RIP Michael Larsen aka Eyedea.
This episode was recorded in space and time.
The ThankYouRob Podcast started 1 year ago with Johnny Questionmark and myself recapping our favorite albums of 2012. This time I asked JQ to come by and recap 2013 with our top local and top national album releases. I also asked some feedback from past guests and friends as far as their top albums of 2013.
This episode was recorded in the middle of the Major Lazor Bubble Butt party.
Tis the season and its time for the first annual Christmas Special of the podcast and what better way to celebrate then with family, that’s why I had my brother, Tom, on the show. Want to hear about life as young’ns, growing up in East Bethel? We also talk about our favorite Christmas movies, so listen now! Never forget around this time of year, its time to forget about family quarrels and differences, just get together and enjoy each others company!
This episode was recorded at that little house on Cleveland Street.
Its been 9 months since we’ve recorded a single SPK Podcast episode, so this was long over-due and time for my Some Peoples Kids brother, Chuck Chase, to guest on the show again. We were presented with an opportunity to catch an advanced screening of Anchorman 2, so we knocked out this opportunity while on the road and discussed our before/after review of the movie as well as the state of Jay-Z’s albums and the future of Chuck Chase.
This episode was recorded in a white Ford Bronco on the Los Angeles Freeway in 1994.
The script has officially been FLIPPED! To celebrate 50 episodes of the ThankYouRob Podcast, Capaciti hijacked the show to interview me…and we had a bitchin’ party! Whuuuuh? Yessir, talking about about my past, running Loonatix Productions, I Define Design, and how the podcast came about.
This episode was recorded on time.
Big Wiz of Long Doe Records stopped by the Thank You Rob University Campus and we had a damned good time discussing the future of Long Doe as well as 2Pacs “Me Against the World” album. Is Pac the greatest rapper of all time? Listen and you tell me…
This episode was recorded at the Ham Lab.
If you haven’t listened to past episodes, you should brush up on all the Bloody Boombox guests I’ve had, including (but not limited to) M.C. Rentz, Johnny Questionmark, Capaciti, Katana, Mike Shank, and now As Is. As Is is as interesting as they come…and even more. We’re both products of the 80′s, so we figured we’d touch on the movies that crafted our childhood and even adulthood. “Lost Boys”, “License to Drive”, “Weekend at Bernies”, “The Breakfast Club”, “Ghostbusters”, and many, many more!
This episode was recorded at the most manly Pretty in Pink, prom.
I met up with one of the greatest female talents in the Twin Cities, Katana, to discuss the West Coast classic “Eazy-Duz-It” by Eazy-E. We also discussed her new endeavor: joining forces with Bloody Boombox.
This episode was recorded while we walked through the valley of the shadow of death, we took a look at our lives and realized there’s nothing left.
If you’ve been around the Twin Cities scene, chances are you’ve heard the name Boima Freeman come up. He hosts events, does stand up comedy, voice-work, acting…and he’s hilarious. We got together to discuss the debut album by the craziest Wu-Tang member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard! We also came to the conclusion that we both have an equal amount of love/respect for the old Dirt Dog!
To get the “RIP ODB” shirt that was discussed during the “capitalizing on celebrity deaths” segment, CLICK HERE
This episode was recorded at Gonorrhea Clinic, in memory of Russell Jones.
If it wasn’t for Amber “Ace” Cleveland, this podcast wouldn’t be where it’s at today…with all the money rolling in. For real though, she get’s me in contact with the right guests and I sincerely appreciate that. Given that, through her I came in contact with Brims & Tongues, which is a local clothing company owned by Michael Allen. We’ve seemed to hit it off pretty good and I’m proud to announce that Brims & Tongues are the OFFICIAL sponsor of the podcast, unfortunately this means no more free Pearson’s Salted Nut Rolls for future guests! ANYWAY, we all got together and discussed my favorite Jay-Z album “The Black Album”, also some discussion of the Illuminati comes up.
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This episode was recorded at the Brims & Tongues office, aka Castle Greyskull.
Its the brand new nostalgia…or is it the the same old nostalgia? Who knows? Hater Dave and I got together and talked He-Man and the Masters of the Universe toys, cartoons, and movies. Of course we took the time to reminisce on the DuNation days as well as the elusive Minnesota Snipe, wrestling and Stephanie McMahons boobs!
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This episode was recorded at Studio 54 1/8.
Again, I was honored to have another Twin Cities legend, DisputeOne aka EXTREME, guest on the show. He played a vital role in the HEADSHOTS crew, which later grew to become Rhymesayers Entertainment. Besides all the history and stories this man has to share, he took the time to discuss A Tribe Called Quests CLASSIC sophmore album “The Low End Theory”.
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This episode was recorded in the down-town-house-party-city-center.
Glo Pesci is a Twin Cities legend and one of the pioneers of Hip-Hop in Minnesota! If you don’t know who the ABSTRACT PACK are or what HEADSHOTS is, listen to this episode and get a FRACTION of the story, I honestly could listen to this man talk for hours about things he’s experienced and seen. To have him on the show was a great honor! We also discussed the Common album “Like Water for Chocolate”.
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This episode was recorded in the man-lab.
Legend Has It, you may know him as the OTHER 1/2 of ZOMBIExZOMBIE of the Background Noise Crew. Last week his rap partner, JL Magee and I talked various comics, so this week we carried on that same topic and took it up a nerd-notch!
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This episode was recorded at legendary Legend Has It household, which is stuff of legend.
JL Magee, you may know him as exactly 1/2 of ZOMBIExZOMBIE of the infamous Background Noise Crew. He likes to get his nerd on and so do I, so we discussed comic books to great magnitudes. Magee also broke the news on the latest ZOMBIExZOMBIE project among other things music related.
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This episode was recorded in the same studio that the Beach Boys recorded the Pete Rock Remix of “Kokomo”.
I met up with Greg Grease at his DJ’s house, DJ Just Nine. With a haze in the air, we talked about many subjects but our main focus was the Ice Cube classic “Death Certificate”. Genuinely, Greg and his friends, Micah, Taylor, and urrybody else were all good people and we had great fun…our summers will now be spent at a private vineyard together with our families.
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This episode was not recorded in the Powderhorn neighborhood of Minneapolis.
I first met Bob Dolemite aka Cal McCaskill of NotPorn Productions, at the Nomad (in Minneapolis) during the recordings of Episodes 23-25…he wasn’t forgettable…which is another way to say that he’s memorable. He’s a producer, rapper, even has some crazy Vine videos. So we got together at his place in Minneapolis and covered some CLASSIC video games from NES-SNES-Genesis, even some of the latest consoles!
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This episode was recorded in unforgettable downtoan Minneapolis at an undisclosed location.
Mohs and I got together to create the longest podcast episode to date! We chatted it up about his current projects, Pearsons Salted Pecan Rolls, 2Pac and MANY other various subjects. We danced around the main subject of the Talib Kweli + Hi-Tek collaboration album Reflection Eternal “Train of Thought”…but mostly talked about urinating in troughs instead.
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This episode was recorded at the luxurious Woodbury trailer park.
I got together with Mally at the Savoy Pizza in Uptown, Minneapolis to eat some of the best pizza in the Twin Cities, also to catch up with one of the busiest emcees around and to discuss the classic Jay-Z album, “The Blueprint”. I think we covered a lot of ground on this one.
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This episode was recorded at Savoy Pizza, located at 2329 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55405
Breakneck the Mage and I met up at the Spyhouse Coffee Shop in Uptown, Minneapolis to commemorate episode #34 by discussing the legendary Minnesota Twins outfielder, Kirby Puckett. Mage also shared the details of his past work as a rapper and his future self-titled album coming out this Winter…just in time for the holidays.
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This episode was recorded at Spyhouse Coffee, located at 2404 Hennepin Ave S. Minneapolis, MN 55405
If you don’t know Nimo the Hooligan by now, you will after this episode. He’s an awesome DJ…and he’s believer, not to be confused with a “BELIEBER”. We’re talking alien/extra terrestrial life…and so am I, so we talk about it. Believe it or not..
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This episode was recorded privacy of my own home.
Producer/DJ/MC, Prhym8 took some time out of his day to talk about his latest project Meteor Mouth with Capaciti and converse about the legendary musician Danzig. Check out the Danzig fight referenced in the show HERE.
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This episode was recorded in the North Minneapolis Woodland Estates.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 31 with special guest co-host Rapper Hooks. Chris “Rapper” Hooks and his drummer, Nick Larkins Perez (of Larkins Perez Dahlin Productions), sat down with me at the Sound Gallery in Minneapolis to discuss the classic Dr. Dre album “The Chronic”.
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This episode was recorded at the Sound Gallery.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 30 with special guest co-hosts Bill Wyers and Joe Grizzly. As the 30th episode milestone, I brought these 2 good friends of mine in for random discussions that touch on a possible Loonatix reunion, the Sandlot (movie), Teen Wolf, Pearsons Salted Nut Rolls and more.
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This episode was recorded in Woodbury, MN, the gateway to Wisconsin.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 28 with special guest co-host Big Zach. Zach and I chop it up about the Fugees album “The Score” and also discuss Zachs hip-hop career and new venture into being an author, with his new book “When Bees Enslave Ants”.
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This episode was recorded in North Minneapolis at the Zachalicious mansion.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 26 with special guest co-host Rich Garvey. It’s the debut of the 2nd Season of the podcast, we discuss the state of Hip-Hop, what sucks and what doesnt…you know, share our opinions on things.
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This episode was recorded at the Rich Garvey estate.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 25 “Honorable Mention Celebration 2″ (Part 3) with special co-host, my Some Peoples Kids “potna”, Chuck Chase (whuuuh?) Yep. That. Just. Happened. We discuss important topics when Joe Wabs stops in to talk DU Nation and 80′s cartoons, followed by Prizm – who drops a freestyle over a Chuck Chase beatbox. Then Desdamona drops by just in time to beatbox as well. We talk Vegas with Ink Well, a special appearance by Mohs and Nimo then finally an interview and severe off topic bullshiting session with Remo Williamz to wrap up the Honorable Mention series!
This episode was recorded live at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 24 “Honorable Mention Celebration 2″ (Part 2) with special co-host, my Some Peoples Kids brah, Chuck Chase (whuuuh?) Yep. We chop it up with Rich Garvey, Desdamona, Will of Level 13, and Analyrical of Common Labor/Background Noise Crew.
This episode was recorded live at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 23 “Honorable Mention Celebration 2″ (Part 1) with special co-host, my Some Peoples Kids brah, Chuck Chase (whuuuh?) Yep. We get knee deep in the shit with Random Guy aka 84 Caprice (unofficially), Sean Anonymous, DJ Nimo the Hooligan, and Bob Dolemite.
This episode was recorded live at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 20 with special guest co-host Slim Chance of Crunchy Kids. We talk about how Crunchy Kids came about, their new album “Mint” and get into some deep discussion on the hip-hop career of Kris Kross.
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This episode was recorded at Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge at 1900 Marshall St NE Minneapolis, MN 55418.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 19 with special guest co-host Haphduzn. We discuss the critically acclaimed, highly anticipated, legendary, iconic, award winning, multi-platinum historic double album “All Eyez On Me” by 2Pac.
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This episode was recorded on location at Spyhouse Coffee Shop at 2451 Nicollet Ave S Minneapolis MN 55404.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 18 with special guest co-host Tim Wilson, owner of Urban Lights Music and Urban World Management. We discuss our personal top hip-hop albums and get into the history of the legendary Urban Lights Music in St. Paul.
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This episode was recorded at Urban Lights Music, located in historic St. Paul, MN.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 16 with special guest co-host Fuzzy of Fuzz Talk Radio. Day #3 of the Mankato Trilogy, we find ourselves once again at the Dead Bird Factory studio to discuss the Wu-Tang Clan classic debut album “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”. Then Mr. Fuzzy Nutz himself fills us in on why Fuzz Talk Radio was started and why it will never end! Ever!
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This episode was recorded at the Dead Bird Factory where birds go to die, but death becomes alive, with music?
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 15 with special guest co-host Ill P.O.E.. Day #2 of the Mankato Trilogy, I sit down with Ill P.O.E. and discuss the beauty of the album “Songs in the Key of Life” by Stevie Wonder. Then he breaks down his history and what Greylight is, why is it not Blacklight or Silverlight…listen to find out.
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This episode was recorded at the Dead Bird Factory where a life without danger is a waste of oxygen.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 14 with special guest co-host Professor Fresh. I spent some time in Mankato last weekend for a trilogy of interviews, this being the first of the three and to be followed by two. We talk about the movie “Coming to America” starring Ed Murphy…then Fresh gives us the details on his new album “Gone to Plaid”.
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This episode was recorded at the Dead Bird Factory, the place where your wildest dreams will come true.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 13 with special guest co-host Joe Wabs! Joe Wabs is a kick ass bass guitarist in the band Project 13, we got together to discuss the iconic Beastie Boys album “Check Your Head”, however, mid recording we had some technical problems and lost half of our recording and had to redo some things, thus this episode has a unique flow to it, that might not make sense.
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This episode was recorded at the same place C&C Music Factory recorded their debut album…wherever that was.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 12 with special guest co-host Fat C! He’s loveable, thuggable and is the definition of Gonzo Hip-Hop, Fat C is along for co-hosting and discussing Hunter S. Thompson, drugs, and many forgettable (yet memorable) memories.
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This episode was recorded at the drug den.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 11 with special guest co-host Shogun aka The Gun! You might not know who Shogun is, but I do. Shogun has been featured on a few Loonatix releases, the intro tracks on Serial MC’s Vol 2 and Vol 3. He used to live next door to the Loonatix studio and thus a friendship was born and now he chops heads off maafucx for a living…its a government job and technically I shouldn’t even be talking about it. Anyway, we discuss House of Pains debut album in celebration of St. Patricks Day and then talk Death Row Records, Ice Cube, diss tracks, other kick-ass stuff…. and Coolio.
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This episode was recorded at the official Shogun training headquarters.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 10 with special guest co-hosts M-Bag and Jim Gnarly of Comatose! I’ve made it to episode #10, so of course I wanted to celebrate with a couple kick-ass folk, this episode features 2 live acoustic performances, in studio. Comatose perform the original song “Pawn” and a cover of Alice in Chains “Got Me Wrong”. We also discuss “Spaceballs the Movie” and what “corn-dogging” is.
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This episode was recorded at Madison Guare Sqarden in Yew Nork.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 09 with special guest co-host Amber “Ace” Cleveland of AC Entertainment! We discussed her role and exactly what she does as CEO of ACEntertainment, which is a full time gig! We also packed a fat bowl of the greenest podcast you’ve ever heard and fired up some conversation about Da Brats debut album “Funkdafied”.
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This episode was recorded at the world-renowned Plaza Hotel, New York’s most exciting hotel experience. For reservations, call toll free: 1-800-759-3000.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 08 with special guest co-hosts Capaciti and Jaron McDaniel AKA earlybirds! We got together on a quaint Saturday morning, rising with the sun, to discuss the most “gangsta” of gangsta rap albums, Spice 1 “Amerikkka’s Nightmare”…then we devour Pearsons Salted Nut Rolls and talk about the new earlybirds album “Where We Left Off”.
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This episode was recorded at Robs shoebox of a house, on Saturday, February 23 at 5:47AM.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 07 with special guest co-hosts Mereness and Tress: Team Bad Decision! We discuss the most important Adam Sandler films that have impacted our generation. We feast upon the saturated fatness of Pearsons Salted Nut Rolls and discuss the upcoming Team Bad Decision album “Project Mayhem”. Episode 07 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at Robs house, while bouncing on one foot, tapping my head and rubbing my belly. Mereness stood in the pilates table-top pose for 45 minutes and Tress held her arms out in the shape of a “T” while standing on her tip-toes. We achieved a moment of zen as we were able to receive perfect over-the-air TV reception.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 06 with special guest co-host Phingaz of Common Labor and Background Noise Crew! We discuss the Kanye West album “The College Dropout”. We also dig deep into the mind of Phingaz regarding the Common Labor album, his origins and then we eat Pearsons Salted Nut Rolls. Episode 06 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at Jasons Basement, found in the legendary land of Minneapolis!
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 05 with special guest co-host Egypto Knuckles of Background Noise Crew! We discuss the Rage Against the Machine self titled debut album. We also discuss the current happening with the Background Noise Crew, vinyl and eat Pearsons Salted Nut Rolls. Episode 05 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at Yafa Grille and Pizzaria in Columbia Heights, MN…a kick ass hookah bar!
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 04 with special guest co-host Big Jess of Unknown Prophets! We discuss the Notorious B.I.G. album “Ready to Die” and hate on Puff Daddy, also discuss current Big Jess projects and the future of Unknown Prophets. Episode 04 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded in Peter Scharro’s comfortable study. In his New York townhouse where the candle light was just right, the Hi-Fi was in the background and the wine… was delicious.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 03 with special guest co-host Analyrical of Background Noise Crew and Common Labor! Together we discuss the legendary R&B/Soul crooner, Otis Redding. Episode 03 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at the Dungeons and Dragons Tournament table in the back room of the Source Comics & Games, located in Roseville, MN.
ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 02 with special guest co-host MC Rentz, Monee and KC of Bloody Boombox! As a team, we form like Voltron to discuss the classic Cypress Hill album “Black Sunday” and the latest Rentz project “GTMC”. Episode 02 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at the Rob Small Ice Palace from 1988.
Here it is kids, the ThankYouRob Podcast, Episode 01 with special guest co-host Johnny Questionmark! Together we discuss the top albums of 2012 as well as Mr. Questionmarks upcoming album “Falling in Like”. Episode 01 (right click, save target as…)
This episode was recorded at the Johnny Questionmark hide-away.
The ThankYouRob Podcast will be starting in January, 2013. Expect big names, like Spuds McKenzie the original party animal, to stop by and pass out after a few too many Budweisers.