Actor, Hobbit and former record label impresario Elijah Wood discusses the joy that stems from expanding your musical horizons. You'll also hear Bhi Bhiman talk about how it feels to be a musician's musician, and what it was like growing up as a first generation Sri Lankan-American.
Chef Edward Lee — of "Top Chef," "Mind of a Chef," and "Iron Chef America" fame — recounts how he got into the game and discusses why eating is even more important than most folks realize. You’ll also hear Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne talk about obsession, stubbornness, and being shown the future by Stanley Kubrick as a kid in Oklahoma.
Comedian and director Bobcat Goldthwait assures us that he is indeed alive — and he's making indie movies. Pocket square aficionado Jon Wurster takes us through his peculiar career path, starting out as an indie rock drummer and becoming a pioneer in the world of comedy podcasts. We also go undercover with The Hold Steady.
Strand of Oaks frontman Timothy Showalter talks about how he felt before recording his latest record, "HEAL," and how the record helped him get through it. The Sklar Brothers, Randy and Jason, take us into the strange nexus of comedy, music, and sports. We'll also call dibs on the showeroke. Yes, I said showeroke.
The After Dark podcast is no more. Not because it died, though. In fact, the show emerged from its cocoon as a rejuvenated senior citizen. No wait, that's something else. What you have here is both a more polished and weirder version of the old show. It's called The Guestlist. Steer into it!