We’ve also got a new Tumblr in case you want to keep up with that. We post links to the show and a complete track list from the episodes with links to listen to all the songs. Click this paragraph to check it out.
So, starting a podcast seemed like the thing to do, so I did it. It’s pretty likely that I’m late to the game on this, but if you think about it in terms of the lifespan of the universe, I’m actually very early.
This was an idea thought up by myself and Nick Rouley, a regular comedic collaborator and friend of mine. We often stay up late, drink beer and talk about music. We can do it for hours. So we decided to record that and have guests join in sometimes and we try to be funny (sometimes).
Our first episode is here. We talk about some of our favorite albums.
The next episode, I actually prefer. Check that one out here (or by clicking the title of this post). In the second episode we talk Halloween music with our guest Maggie Iwanicki. She’s a musician in Chicago, and good person.
We’ll be on iTunes and Stitcher very soon. I’ll make a post here when it’s available for subscription. You can expect these to be coming out on a weekly basis.
Email show suggestions, complaints, dick pics or whatever you want to RPMHateMail@gmail.com
Hey, here’s some new video of that old thing from Creative Control with me and Nicholas Rouley as Dr. Nicholas Chicken. It was just featured on The Steamroller, which, if you aren’t reading it, you should be.
I’m very excited to be hosting a new show called The International Movie Betting Game that will hopefully become a regular thing. Here’s the run down:
We watch a really bad rock n roll themed movie and periodically pause it to ask questions to our two contestants about what they think will happen next.
The contestants wager points on each question and the person with the highest score wins prizes donated by saki records.
There’s also a panel of comedians to make light of the movie and all the work that went into making it so shitty. We have Cullen Crawford, Katie McVay, Bill Cruz, and Chad Briggs. They’re all some of my favorite comics in the city.
It’s free and it’s this Thursday at Schuba’s. Also this great poster was designed by Tim Giuliani.
This whole thing is the best thing. Instead of saying what’s great about this video, I’ll ask what isn’t. Nothing. If you need to challenge that, you can eat my shit.
Check out this new website The Steamroller (steamrollerchicago.com). They featured a list of some of our favorite rejected jokes at The Late Live Show. It’s a great new site devoted to Chicago comedy and is run by Matt Byrne, a friend of mine who produces Creative Control with me.
The full 22 minute version of “Life Support”, a sitcom pilot, has just been put online. I’m in it for a second, but some of my very funny friends are more prominently featured. Check it out.
It was written by Ryan Budds, Chris Sowa and Dale Zawada, and directed/edited by Michael Sanchez.
The third episode of The Joe McAdam Show, made for bentwork.com. This was actually the first one I recorded based on a sketch Nick Rouley and I did at Creative Control. We didn’t have proper sound equipment and it sounds pretty rough. Think of it like a demo, or a lost episode of a show that you never heard of.
We recorded the original live version and I’ve got the tape somewhere. I’ll dig it up and get it out there for you soon.
The Joe McAdam Show Episode 2 with Kyle Lane. Kyle is the owner of Chicago comedy club, The Comedy Bar, as well as an actor and comedian.
Gathering of the Juggalos 2012. Camera and sound by Brandon Hauer, Matt Rice and Chris Stephens.
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