Do you ever talk to yourself? It seems like the more the world progresses, the more the world is listening to what you're saying. This weeks episode goes into who would be a good bedtime storyteller, man vs. robot, and real life Robin Hoods! Some funky beats as always to mellow out, stay with us for tonight's episode of Candy Teeth Radio!
After a trip down to LA for The Tarot Card show presented by The Hive Gallery, Jeremy returns to home sweet home and talks about his experiences with hood gasoline transfer tactics, the new breed of rappers on prescription medications and dealing with feelings of being star struck, kind of. Also a short interview with Joey Brooks (josephbrooksart.com) discussing the advantages of an iPad and going on outings, not dates. So take a deep breath,relax, and pull up a chair next to the Candy Teeth Radio Crew for today's session. Stay Alive!!!
Welcome back to another episode of Candy Teeth Radio, this time the crew heads over to salty’s to give seasons greetings to Grit City’s Taylor Woodruff and Drew Battig. Topics include the thoughtful salty’s ghost, humble holiday plans, as well as tales from sloppy christmas’ past. So grab your favorite drink and prepare yourself for a very salty’s christmas cast.
In this bone crushingly good episode of Candy teeth radio, jeff and jeremy sit down with musician and BMX rider, Pat Doherty. Pat talks about his new music project and what that process has been like. Also featuring the new shop intern and a remote interview with a Tacoma punk. Stay tuned for good conversation, good music, and a few George Bush jokes.
Have you ever lost everything important at once?Two hours before the recording of this episode Jeremy does just that. In this special but sad episode Jeremy and Geoff talk with Ian Wheelock, one of Jeremy's former students. Ian is the prolific author/illustrator of the comic Anime-Goth. He also brings his friend Luke Wang, who, along with him drove from Oakland in the Anime-Goth mobile to be on Candy Teeth Radio! Don't miss Ian's answers to "Questions from the Weird Beard" and his musical recipe for a perfect emo night!As always thanks for listening, and until next time, Stay Alive!
Do you love listening to music? Don't you sometimes wonder just what the heck was going on in the artist's head when they wrote the music you love? Well, we here at Candy Teeth Radio answer a resounding "Yes!" to both of those questions! And fortunately for us, (and for you beloved listeners) we occasionally get to speak to musicians and get the story straight from the source. Take this newest episode of CTR for example, where we catch up with our good friend Crazy Monk AKA Steve Olson to talk about his brand new hip-hop album, "Concrete Jungle Mystic"! This disc has been on heavy rotation at Candy Teeth Creative recently, and we were very excited to chat with Steve about his process and thoughts during the album's making! He also breaks it down for us on a few specific tracks, talking about everything from the lyrics to his favorite beatmaker collective, The Jade Palace Guard! So sit back, relax, and join us on this mystical journey of galactic proportions! Thank you for listening, and as always, Stay Alive!!!
Check it out here: https://crazymonk.bandcamp.com/
Got any big plans this weekend? Like, every single night this weekend? On this very special episode of Candy Teeth Radio, we talk to someone who does - the man of the hour himself, our very own much beloved Jeremy Gregory! As you listeners know, Jeremy is an amazing artist! But what you may not know is that he rarely shows his work here in Tacoma, and this weekend his art will be the main focus of not just one, but THREE different gallery showings! In Tacoma!!! They are all part of one big event entitled "Artist Mythos 2017" which includes Jeremy's paintings and his puppets, "The Believables", and he will even be unveiling a new mural! The 3-day event will also feature works by more than 20 other awesome artists, live music, live painting, and more! So tune in to this new episode of Candy Teeth Radio for more details and get the inside scoop on how Jeremy is preparing for his art marathon! Thank you for listening, and as always, Stay Alive!!!
Cover art by: Reed Carpenter
Check out the event on Facebook: Artist Mythos