People who share the same interests are destined to meet.
Mildly Interesting welcomes Taran Killam to discuss Betty White mixed media art, Rams football and alien sex, and he gets personal by explaining how he works through white privilege by playing Dungeons & Dragons and why he likes Jar Jar. You can see him in the film Night School and the ABC series Single Parents, but this is the only place you can catch Taran in a very special musical moment.
Razzle Dangerously welcomes comedian and totally unprofessional ghost hunter Andy Kozel to Hangar 51, a.k.a. the PRØHBTD magical lair of fascinating conversation. Comparing notes on serial killers and the Purge, Kozel guides Razzle down a spooky internet rabbit hole. Do residual hauntings differ from inter-dimensional hauntings? Are EVP readings credible? Find out on this Mildly Interesting.
Razzle Dangerously welcomes Snowfall series co-creator Eric Amadio and his homegirl Scout the dog. Amadio processes his appreciation for Kanye West via the comfort Yeezy shoes provide him and recounts his family's Italian-American gangster roots. All this and more common knowledge on Mildly Interesting.
Razzle Dangerously sits down with chef Michael Voltaggio to dissect how many ways you can use sous vide in a sentence. The legendary Top Chef winner and Guiness World Record holder reveals his darkest culinary secrets and gives Razzle free cooking lessons—don’t scramble the eggs first—all on the latest Mildly Interesting.
Razzle Dangerously sits down with model, heiress and Z Nation star Lydia Hearst to explore horror subgenres and what it means to be a zombie with full consciousness. Revealing her own home is haunted, Hearst admits she’s a-okay with her uninvited guests. Co-starring in the upcoming film Between Worlds with with Nicolas Cage, Hearst talks about making cakes on Mildly Interesting.
Old music brings back old days, GOLDEN old days, Old memories and feelings, i guess folks at my age will understand what i mean, that type of music is what we grew up with in our generation....Dire Straits, Chris Rea, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Aerosmith, Nirvana....
Step outside the mainstream box for a second guys and take a look at how much has really changed in music over the years....
guys please go back in time a few decades, to the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Lots of the bands from these eras have become famous, and their music has become classic....they had something that’s hard to find today- real talent....
that past eras have experience, and comparing them to that of today's led me to putting this together for your Joy ...
i hope you enjoy it ....
"That how you know you're making it, when they're naming cities after you in India," jokes Grant Lyon, whose shared name required him to get creative with social media names. Razzle Dangerously welcomes the comic actor who appears in the new film Killer Kate, and who shares a home with Razzle's, and the familiarity leads to the darkest comedic banter possible.
I think it started when I was a kid. I had a mild interest in sports. I was amazed to find out that innings get added to a baseball game when there is a tie. But what was really amazing was that they keep adding them on until there's a winner. The thought of a game lasting a few days was great. I thought it would be really cool if the game lasted a year. And what if the game lasted several years? I had a vision of all these baseball players running around in weathered uniforms and long white beards. Now that would be something; to continue a game for the rest of your life.
MB 89 is an attempt for me to play a continuous piece of music that spans the greater part of my life. Unlike a composition with a discrete beginning and ending that may be played over and over, MB 89 is a composition played once, continuously; spaces between performances are to be treated as musical rests. Instead of many starts and finishes there is constant music. Thus MB 89 is a reference point in my ever-changing life.
MB 89 is not to be merely conceived, written, and performed. Rather, I have just realized MB 89's presence in my life and have decided to acknowledge it. It will be an ongoing endeavor for the rest of my life.
The first MB 89 performance was a series of live radio broadcasts on the UMASS radio station WMUA. Mike Burke DJ extraordinaire was a neighbor of mine when I first moved to Northampton. We quickly became friends due to our late night talks about music. So every Thursday in August 1997 MB 89 was broadcasted from Mike Burke's radio show.
Since then, the presentation of MB 89 has evolved into a timeless environment for people to enter and exit at will. The concept for this installation is to create a space of subtle movement where people can be part of the environment and absorb MB 89 any way they like.
A Cylindrical mass of metal and fabric will stand in the room from within the cylinder will be a Bass Clarinet generating a drone with electronics. Lights will accompany the drone. The glow of the blue lights constantly change over time, transforming the room. Subtle color fills the space and changes with the music. Participants are encouraged to experience the piece from different points in the room.
The performance is presented in 4-hour increments and is designed for the audience to come and go as they please. It is best to find space in the room and be with the piece for a while, leave and then come back.
Get ready for a recipe of a lifetime! Brandin LaShea and Mildly Interesting's Razzle Dangerously deconstruct all your favorite fast foods to create the ultimate munchie meal on this episode of Pot Pie.
Razzle Dangerously sits down with writer/director/New Yorker Eli Morgan Gesner talk through chemtrails, flat Earth theory and the science of skateboarding. Gesner breaks down how irritability acclimation helps him be a better human and explains why true capitalism has been corrupted. Join these two students of life get face tattooed on Mildly Interesting.
Crazy clip show host Tyler Lemco brings wrestling mania to his lair with guests comedian Razzle Dangerously (Mildly Interesting) and pro wrestlers Sinn Bodhi, Taya Valkyrie and Johnny Hennigan. Catch the gang analyze Japanese psychological wrestling videos and relive Hennigan’s Jesus vs. Santa Claus match while enjoying Pearl Pharma flower. There’s even Russian street fighting on this High with Ty!