On 12/29, we're celebrating the end of the year by counting down the ten best songs of 2019...according to our hilarious guests. Join us at QED at 7PM.
Evan and Pat are back, along with seven special guests, as they count down the best tracks of 1997. Comedians include Kyle Gordon, Sally Ann Hall, Anjali Desai, Mic Nguyen, Ty Portis, Nanie Méndez, and Harris Mayersohn. Recorded LIVE at QED in Queens, NY.
It's our first-ever top 10 countdown! Join Evan and Pat, along with ten of their hilarious friends, as they count down the best tracks of 2009. Comedians include Amanda Giobbi, John Ross, Addie Weyrich, Taylor Garron, Tom Sanchez, Michelle Francesca Thomas, Fumi Abe, Patrick Sweeney, Rachel Joravsky, and Bridgette Rizkalla. Plus, music from Kaylyn Marie Scardefield. Recorded LIVE at QED in Queens, NY.
Fresh off the heels of season three, we're back with a new LIVE SHOW this Monday, April 29th, at Q.E.D. It all goes down at 8:30 p.m. For this edition of our countdown, we'll be bringing you the best songs of 1997.
We recently wrapped up Season 3, talking with ten incredible guests about the songs that got them through 2018. Check out the entire season in this one convenient post! Featuring Addie Weyrich, Milly Tamarez, Woody Fu, Corin Wells, Mikey Erg, Bailey Swilley, Rachel Pegram, Michael Stevens, Mariah Smith, and Taylor Garron.
On Repeater this week, we talk with comedian, satirist, writer, and editor Taylor Garron (Reductress, Vulture) about Avey Tare Slasher Flick’s “Little Fang,” Taylor’s undying love for anything in the Animal Collective family, and how the jangle-y 60's cocktail sound of Little Fang got her through this past year with its power to pep and [...]
This week on Repeater, we sit down with comedian, writer, and producer Mariah Smith (Keeping Up With the Kontinuity Errors, Time Magazine) about Betty Who’s “Heartbreak Dream”, and talk about Mariah’s deep passion for pop, and how her upbringing influenced her current pop culture expertise.
This week on Repeater, we talk with comedic performer Michael Stevens (Magnet Theater) about Shura’s "2Shy” and how the song got him through a post-break-up year and reminds him to feel his feelings. Michael takes us on a personal journey through his 2018, with setbacks, highlights, and his experiences re-entering the dating world.
With Morbid Stuff, PUP invites you to careen into chaos with them.
This week on Repeater, we're talking with comedian Rachel Pegram (UCB, That Shit Ray, Low Fi NYC) about Jonathan Nelson’s "My Name Is Victory”, and how it got her through the year, and kept her writing. Pat, Evan, and Rachel talk about the uplifting nature of gospel music, and hash out the "god" of it [...]