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TMSIWTH: The Day My Kid Went Punk

I want to get personal real quick. A couple of months ago I was getting ready for a meeting at work, apretty important meeting and as people sometimes do I got dressed up. I put on some crisp slacks, a nice button down shirt, a suit jacket, a shined boot and just as I was about to leave the house I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror. This may sound braggy, but I looked pretty dapper. Then it hit me. I am no longer punk rock.I think most kids go through a punk phase. Mine lasted from about 7th grade up until the night before I put on that suit for that meeting. Not bad, a solid 15 years of feeling pretty punk rock about myself. Yet sadly, I seemed to have sold out.So what does one do when they feel like they are losing a large chunk of their identity? You can dig deeper.On this episode on TMSIWTH: The Day My Kid Went Punk -afull on panic attack of stories trying to help me regain those old feelings. We have a 3 track show for you today, that I will be so bummed if you don’t ch...

-1 s2014 DEC 8
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TMSIWTH: Across The Night

It has taken awhile for me to be comfortable enough to admit this: I like musicals. And not just ones written by South Park creators. There's something about musicals that speaks to me. That could be in part because songs from musicals speak everything they are thinking or doing or feeling. There's no mystery in musicals. A good musical number is able to expose a deep part of the human condition - or sometimesthey’re just silly stupid fun, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I like that, okay?That brings us to 2002: I was 15 and still trying to find myself and lose my baby fat. If I remember correctly it was late winter, my Dad brought me to the Best Buy on Airport road in Toledo, Ohio. I had gone right after school to pick up the latest album from Silverchair called Diorama. In the parking lot of that Best Buy my Dad let me put the CD on the car stereo, he let it play for about 7 seconds before changing his mind and hitting eject. Seriously. Seven seconds. Honestly, I can't blame hi...

-1 s2014 NOV 12
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TMSIWTH: Oh, The Horror

It’s that time of year again when the leaves are changing, the lattes are pumpkin spiced and the season of the witch is upon us! It's Halloween, All Hallow’s Eve, or another name that I can’t think of.Halloween is one of my favorite holidays if only for the fact that it is the one time of year where I give in and actually seek out a scary movie. The rest of the year I couldn’t care less about Freddy or Jason. But I'm not the only one, we all like to be spooked sometimes. Whether we’re going on roller coasters, haunted hayrides, haunted houses, or watching movies, we all love a good fright.On this episode of TMSIWTH we are doing just that: talking about all things spooky! We have four tracks to get you all worked up before the night of the witch.Track One: The ThingTrack Two: The DriftTrack Three: TMS Listening PartyTrack Four: The Afterlife Track One: The Thing (2:06) We talk a lot on this show and on our website about the films that define us. Embarrassingly for me, it was Gar...

-1 s2014 OCT 30
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TMSIWTH: Oh, The Horror

TMSIWTH: Bad Guys

Women love a bad boy. They're mysterious and rebellious and, from what I understand, very sexy. It's no surprise that the world of Rock 'n Roll is filled with these bad boy types; these long haired, pierced and tattooed rockers are everywhere! They've even invaded our beloved pop music, it's now gotten to the point where even The Biebs is a bad boy!On this episode of Tell Me Something I Want To Hear we don't want to talk about bad boys, otherwise I would just do a 45-minute audio essay about what happened between Puff Daddy and Ma$e. No, on this episode we are talking about Bad Guys. Not Bad Boys.Andy and Jake have made the weird their work. Scouring the internet and the used cassette bins at Goodwill they have compiled some of the weirdest sounds I have ever heard. Their site, Weirdest Band in the World is one of those internet projects that rarely disappoints. This week Andy tells us about one such weird band - full of a bunch of bad dudes.Enjoy this week's show, why not subscribe...

-1 s2014 OCT 20
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TMSIWTH: Bad Guys

TMSIWTH: John Hughes

EIfeel like if you’re visiting this site and this show then we had a pretty similar high school experience. Did you have a couple close, goof-ball friends? Did you feel like you didn’t fit in with a certain crowd? Did you find comfort in music? Did you only ever see the version ofThe Breakfast Clubthat was formatted for TV and had all the curses edited out? Then yeah, I’d say we had a pretty similar high school experience. And that’s totally true aboutThe Breakfast Club, I saw that movie probably once a month on Comedy Central when I was in high school. Always edited. I didn’t know it had curses in it until like two weeks ago, when I saw it on Netflix. Watching the movie with fresh eyes in my mid (to late) twenties flipped something on in me. It brought back this weird ‘getting-close-during-a-teenage-dance’ nostalgic feeling - and with that a rush of deep and powerful, mostly selfish feelings to my dumb lizard brain. I don’t get how a movie that was made two years before I wa...

-1 s2014 MAY 9
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TMSIWTH: Detroit

EThere is an entire section of this country that is collectively known as “The Midwest”. Now, to be totally honest I don’t exactly know where those lines are drawn (Wisconsin?). However, being from Ohio I do understand that I identify as being a Midwesterner, but somehow still don’t fully 'get it'. Just about an hour away from where I grew up is a city that is completely different from what I consider “The Midwest”, it’s a place called Detroit.When I was a teenager, growing up in Toledo, OH, Detroit was the only place close that big name acts would come to play. I could jump in the car and in less than an hour be in line to see bands like The Stooges, Daniel Johnston, The Killers, yes – Blink-182 several hundred times. I was always so impressed with Detroit. It was the only image I had of a "city” – and it just so happens to be the birthplace of some of the best musical artists in the country. Every genre is represented from The White Stripes, Eminem, MC5, Stevie Wonder, Su...

-1 s2013 DEC 16
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TMSIWTH: Detroit

Episode 314: Anya Marina

EEven on the phone she has the voice of an angel. Anya Marina takes time out of her super busy schedule to talk to us about her smarty-pants parents, Russian DJ Grandmother and even gives Dylan advice on women. It's all very important! She can be found at http://www.anyamarina.com/ Check out her new album Felony Flats March 13th. Buy it from a record store you dorks!

-1 s2012 MAR 15
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Episode 314: Anya Marina

Episode 313: The Bynars

This week on our show we talk to Matt from the The Bynars. Dylan also "pimps" our other new great projects. Enjoy.Join us at TT The Bears on March 8th! We'll be dancing like fools.

-1 s2012 MAR 6
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Episode 313: The Bynars

Episode 312: Tom Crossman

This week on our show we talk to Tom Crossman who talks about music on his show. Dylan talks to Tom about talking about music on our show. Enjoy.

-1 s2011 DEC 25
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Episode 312: Tom Crossman

Episode 311: Drollhouse Magazine

This week Dylan and I cuddle on a blanket with the Drollhouse Girls, talking childhood sleepovers and why we create. We eat some popcorn and look to the fugure with their magic eightball. Pickup your very own copy of Drollhouse Magazineonlineor locally in Toledo.

-1 s2011 DEC 13
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Episode 311: Drollhouse Magazine

Latest Episodes

TMSIWTH: The Day My Kid Went Punk

I want to get personal real quick. A couple of months ago I was getting ready for a meeting at work, apretty important meeting and as people sometimes do I got dressed up. I put on some crisp slacks, a nice button down shirt, a suit jacket, a shined boot and just as I was about to leave the house I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror. This may sound braggy, but I looked pretty dapper. Then it hit me. I am no longer punk rock.I think most kids go through a punk phase. Mine lasted from about 7th grade up until the night before I put on that suit for that meeting. Not bad, a solid 15 years of feeling pretty punk rock about myself. Yet sadly, I seemed to have sold out.So what does one do when they feel like they are losing a large chunk of their identity? You can dig deeper.On this episode on TMSIWTH: The Day My Kid Went Punk -afull on panic attack of stories trying to help me regain those old feelings. We have a 3 track show for you today, that I will be so bummed if you don’t ch...

-1 s2014 DEC 8
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TMSIWTH: The Day My Kid Went Punk

TMSIWTH: Across The Night

It has taken awhile for me to be comfortable enough to admit this: I like musicals. And not just ones written by South Park creators. There's something about musicals that speaks to me. That could be in part because songs from musicals speak everything they are thinking or doing or feeling. There's no mystery in musicals. A good musical number is able to expose a deep part of the human condition - or sometimesthey’re just silly stupid fun, I'm not embarrassed to admit that I like that, okay?That brings us to 2002: I was 15 and still trying to find myself and lose my baby fat. If I remember correctly it was late winter, my Dad brought me to the Best Buy on Airport road in Toledo, Ohio. I had gone right after school to pick up the latest album from Silverchair called Diorama. In the parking lot of that Best Buy my Dad let me put the CD on the car stereo, he let it play for about 7 seconds before changing his mind and hitting eject. Seriously. Seven seconds. Honestly, I can't blame hi...

-1 s2014 NOV 12
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TMSIWTH: Across The Night

TMSIWTH: Oh, The Horror

It’s that time of year again when the leaves are changing, the lattes are pumpkin spiced and the season of the witch is upon us! It's Halloween, All Hallow’s Eve, or another name that I can’t think of.Halloween is one of my favorite holidays if only for the fact that it is the one time of year where I give in and actually seek out a scary movie. The rest of the year I couldn’t care less about Freddy or Jason. But I'm not the only one, we all like to be spooked sometimes. Whether we’re going on roller coasters, haunted hayrides, haunted houses, or watching movies, we all love a good fright.On this episode of TMSIWTH we are doing just that: talking about all things spooky! We have four tracks to get you all worked up before the night of the witch.Track One: The ThingTrack Two: The DriftTrack Three: TMS Listening PartyTrack Four: The Afterlife Track One: The Thing (2:06) We talk a lot on this show and on our website about the films that define us. Embarrassingly for me, it was Gar...

-1 s2014 OCT 30
Comments
TMSIWTH: Oh, The Horror

TMSIWTH: Bad Guys

Women love a bad boy. They're mysterious and rebellious and, from what I understand, very sexy. It's no surprise that the world of Rock 'n Roll is filled with these bad boy types; these long haired, pierced and tattooed rockers are everywhere! They've even invaded our beloved pop music, it's now gotten to the point where even The Biebs is a bad boy!On this episode of Tell Me Something I Want To Hear we don't want to talk about bad boys, otherwise I would just do a 45-minute audio essay about what happened between Puff Daddy and Ma$e. No, on this episode we are talking about Bad Guys. Not Bad Boys.Andy and Jake have made the weird their work. Scouring the internet and the used cassette bins at Goodwill they have compiled some of the weirdest sounds I have ever heard. Their site, Weirdest Band in the World is one of those internet projects that rarely disappoints. This week Andy tells us about one such weird band - full of a bunch of bad dudes.Enjoy this week's show, why not subscribe...

-1 s2014 OCT 20
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TMSIWTH: Bad Guys

TMSIWTH: John Hughes

EIfeel like if you’re visiting this site and this show then we had a pretty similar high school experience. Did you have a couple close, goof-ball friends? Did you feel like you didn’t fit in with a certain crowd? Did you find comfort in music? Did you only ever see the version ofThe Breakfast Clubthat was formatted for TV and had all the curses edited out? Then yeah, I’d say we had a pretty similar high school experience. And that’s totally true aboutThe Breakfast Club, I saw that movie probably once a month on Comedy Central when I was in high school. Always edited. I didn’t know it had curses in it until like two weeks ago, when I saw it on Netflix. Watching the movie with fresh eyes in my mid (to late) twenties flipped something on in me. It brought back this weird ‘getting-close-during-a-teenage-dance’ nostalgic feeling - and with that a rush of deep and powerful, mostly selfish feelings to my dumb lizard brain. I don’t get how a movie that was made two years before I wa...

-1 s2014 MAY 9
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TMSIWTH: John Hughes

TMSIWTH: Detroit

EThere is an entire section of this country that is collectively known as “The Midwest”. Now, to be totally honest I don’t exactly know where those lines are drawn (Wisconsin?). However, being from Ohio I do understand that I identify as being a Midwesterner, but somehow still don’t fully 'get it'. Just about an hour away from where I grew up is a city that is completely different from what I consider “The Midwest”, it’s a place called Detroit.When I was a teenager, growing up in Toledo, OH, Detroit was the only place close that big name acts would come to play. I could jump in the car and in less than an hour be in line to see bands like The Stooges, Daniel Johnston, The Killers, yes – Blink-182 several hundred times. I was always so impressed with Detroit. It was the only image I had of a "city” – and it just so happens to be the birthplace of some of the best musical artists in the country. Every genre is represented from The White Stripes, Eminem, MC5, Stevie Wonder, Su...

-1 s2013 DEC 16
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TMSIWTH: Detroit

Episode 314: Anya Marina

EEven on the phone she has the voice of an angel. Anya Marina takes time out of her super busy schedule to talk to us about her smarty-pants parents, Russian DJ Grandmother and even gives Dylan advice on women. It's all very important! She can be found at http://www.anyamarina.com/ Check out her new album Felony Flats March 13th. Buy it from a record store you dorks!

-1 s2012 MAR 15
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Episode 314: Anya Marina

Episode 313: The Bynars

This week on our show we talk to Matt from the The Bynars. Dylan also "pimps" our other new great projects. Enjoy.Join us at TT The Bears on March 8th! We'll be dancing like fools.

-1 s2012 MAR 6
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Episode 313: The Bynars

Episode 312: Tom Crossman

This week on our show we talk to Tom Crossman who talks about music on his show. Dylan talks to Tom about talking about music on our show. Enjoy.

-1 s2011 DEC 25
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Episode 312: Tom Crossman

Episode 311: Drollhouse Magazine

This week Dylan and I cuddle on a blanket with the Drollhouse Girls, talking childhood sleepovers and why we create. We eat some popcorn and look to the fugure with their magic eightball. Pickup your very own copy of Drollhouse Magazineonlineor locally in Toledo.

-1 s2011 DEC 13
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Episode 311: Drollhouse Magazine
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