Episode #200: Monoxide from the Detroit Horrorcore Duo Known as Twiztid, Astronomicon Pop Culture Convention February 7th-9th in Sterling Heights, MI

Fresh is the Word Podcast Episode #200: Monoxide from the Detroit Horrorcore Duo Known as Twiztid

Episode #200: Monoxide (Twiztid) – IN THIS EPISODE:

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For the final installment of Astronomicon week on Fresh is the Word, we have one of the men behind it all, Monoxide from the Detroit horrorcore duo Twiztid. During our chat, we talked about what we have in store for the third year of Astronomicon, what he’s learned so far about doing a pop culture convention, his hopes for the future, and some of his favorite moments. We also get a sneak peak into what Funko Pops he’s bringing and a lot more! Astronomicon 3 is finally here!

Monoxide of Twiztid will be one of many guests at the Astronomicon pop culture convention going down at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Sterling Heights, MI on February 7th-9th. He will be around all weekend signing autographs, doing panels, and even a photo op with Jamie Madrox as Batman and Joker. For more information and to purchase tickets to Astronomicon, visit astronomicon.com.

Follow Monoxide:
Web: twiztid.com
Instagram: instagram.com/officialtwiztid
Instagram: instagram.com/paulspops
Twitter: twitter.com/tweetmesohard
Facebook: facebook.com/Twiztid
YouTube: youtube.com/user/officialtwiztid

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Kelly "K-Fresh" Frazier
Kelly "K-Fresh" Frazier has been an online advocate for Detroit hip-hop, electronic, and rock music for over a decade now. As a tastemaker in the Detroit scene, he writes about the city's music and culture through various forms of social media along with publications both here in Detroit and internationally. Outside of writing, he is a well-respected DJ within the city who has played numerous gigs in many of Detroit's most legendary venues