This episode we have special guests Sandy and Clutch from D’oh T-Shirts in the KCHUNG Studios! In addition to digging into what inspires them to create these vintage-y works of art, we explore the avenues in which they intend their company to evolve. Some of the interesting subjects during the show include: Plum Island, CBD, the recent news of the Pentagon’s investigations of UFOs, Tom DeLonge’s “To The Stars Academy”, Mario Lopez’s amazing Holiday party with Yachtley Crew, my recent interview with SoFilm Magazine about Andy Kaufman faking his death, the recreation of Twin Peaks’ “Roadhouse” (aka “Bang Bang Bar”) in Los Angeles, and the crazy online circus known as Kaufman Carnival!
We also played fun audio by Pete Seeger, Lovey Forbes, Nitroglycerine Pep Club, and of course Fun Facts with Henry D. Horse!
Check out D’oh T-Shirts sometime! They’re made with quality materials!
If you’d like to listen to the show, you can CLICK THE ARCHIVE HERE!
We also broadcasted on Periscope, the link of which can be FOUND HERE!
This episode of Inspirado Projecto features lots of interesting surprises, most notably, a yrev very RARE song by Robert Forman with Andy Kaufman called “Karma Karma” (introduced to us by @AndyKaufmanLove from Twitter!
In addition to broadcasting on the KCHUNG 1630AM radiowaves, we also presented the show in a visual format on Periscope, the archive of which can be viewed HERE. During the hour, we played a funtastic Gordon Cole sound collage, a new instrumental by musician Jason D. Karr, a boxing favourite by 80k (a project by Lawrence August and Edo Plasschaert), a very rare Monkees song with a celebrity endorsement by Micky Dolenz, a fun commercial by our sponsor MEAT Clown Industries, an extraordinary piece by Dismemberment Plan, some Fun Facts by our resident research expert Henry D. Horse, a very special message from the Chicago Bears, new ghost gossip by the Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast, some surprising news about Yacht Rock band Yachtley Crew, a commercial by our other sponsor PSY-CORP, an enchanting piece by Aria Knight, and a previously unreleased tone by filmmaker Nicholas Caesar (check out his webisode “Fishbowl”) which was scientifically extracted from this photo of Twin Peaks‘ favourite Dougie Jones:
Also…if you’d like to listen to the entire audio broadcast of Inspirado Projecto from 9-4-2017, you can HEAR IT HERE!