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!
More Astronomicon this episode with David Howard Thornton, who plays Art The Clown from the horror film Terrifier. During out conversation, we talked about his role as Art the Clown in Terrifier, what all went into preparing for the role, and what we can expect for the sequel Terrifier 2, which is filming now. Plus, we get into doing conventions and his experience in musical theater.
More Astronomicon this episode with the return of Ming Chen to Fresh is the Word! During our conversation, we talk about the world of podcasting and all the opportunities it gives us, whats going on at his A Shared Universe PodcaStudio in New Jersey, his experiences at Astronomicon and who he is excited to see this time around.
It’s Astronomicon week! The guest for this episode is Bill Moseley, actor and musician who starred in numerous cult classic horror films, including House of 1000 Corpses, Repo! The Genetic Opera and The Devil’s Rejects . His first big role was in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 as Chop Top.
The guest for this episode is James Delisco Beeks, who is currently playing the role of Judas in the 50th Anniversary tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. He previously played on Broadway musicals such as Kinky Boots, Aida, Ragtime, and Smokey Joe’s Cafe. James is also an author with published poems and currently working on his new book entitled HisStory, and also recently re-release his music single “Lock You In”, available for download on all online streaming services.
The guest for this episode is cartoonist, educator, and author, Joel Christian Gill, writer and illustrator of Fights: One Boy’s Triumph Over Violence. Fights is a gripping memoir of the author’s upbringing fighting through the abuse from the people he encountered starting in his early childhood. It touched on so many forms of abuse and how he had to fight is way out of it all. It’s also about how to break that cycle of abuse from your own people and the people that should care about you and have your back.
The guest for this episode is Yvette d’Entremont, co-host of the OG porn review podcast Two Girls, One Mic: The Porncast (along with Episode #175 guest Alice Vaughn). She also runs the blog, SciBabe, dedicated to clearing up misinformation about science, health, and nutrition.
The guest for this episode is Theresa Thorn, co-host of the parenting humor podcast One Bad Mother and the co-author of You’re Doing a Great Job! 100 Ways You’re Winning at Parenting. Along with illustrations by Noah Grigni, Theresa also wrote her first book for children, It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity, a straightforward exploration of gender identity to give children a fuller understanding of themselves and others.
The guest for this episode is Nick Fradiani, who you might know as the 2015 winner of American Idol, but it now playing the role of Lorenzo in the national touring production of A Bronx Tale: The Musical. Since his time on American Idol, Nick released his debut solo project, Hurricane, in 2016 along with a follow-up EP in 2017, Where We Left Off.
The guests for this episode are three members of the brass ensemble from New Orleans, The Soul Rebels, Julian Gosin (trumpet), Lumar LeBlanc (snare drum), and Marcus Hubbard (trumpet). The Soul Rebels blend elements of contemporary hip-hop, trap, soul, bounce, and pop production mixed with world music and jazz, and recently released their newest album Poetry in Motion.