It's Maximum Fun's #GreatSwitcheroo, so Kevin Allison from the RISK! podcast takes over hosting duties this week and is joined by New York-based comics Myka Foxx, Judah Friedlander, Dave Hill and Jenny Jaffe.
Judah Friedlander wants to plug his new book If The Raindrops United. He's on Twitter as @JudahWorldChamp and you can find more info about his live dates etc. at JudahFriedlander.com. Judah recommends a documentary about Japanese host boys calledThe Great Happiness Space.
Dave Hill is opening for Snoop Dogg October 23rd in Austin and he wants to plug his debut comedy album Let Me Turn You On. Dave recommends Bobcat Goldthwaite's new film Call Me Lucky, Adam Resnick's new book Will Not Attend and the music of Mike Adams At His Honest Weight.
Comedian and radio personality Dave Hill joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of millennial music, terrifying commercials, and Jesse takes a side in the ongoing dads vs. grads feud.
The surgery bandages are off and Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is back in reasonably full-force with Episdode 82. This time around, I travel all the way to Oslo, Norway to sit down with metal legend, music aficionado, and all-around awesome dude Fenriz from Norwegian Black Metal Legends Darkthrone. Pull up a chair as Fenriz and I discuss everything from old school metal to Breaking Bad to Arrested Development to his killer Band of the Week project and beyond (including Captain Beyond). For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit www.davehillonline.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill for important dispatches of note. Thanks. These are my demands.
Episode 81 of Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is here and most people can't even handle it (probably). This time around, I sit down with J.C. Cassis from disco pop sensations Xelle and the popular Risk! podcast. Cancel all other plans as J.C. and I discuss topics including but not limited to my disdain for current pop music, how J.C. doesnt listen to "old music", her brother's love for computer games, Justin Bieber, and other stuff besides that stuff. As if all of that weren't enough, I also answer listener questions, check in with my secretary Shaina Feinberg, and hand things off to Ian Ball so he can once again deliver the Hot Jamz from London. For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonline.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill so I can tweet stuff at you or something. That pretty much covers it for now.
Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is back like a rash with episode 78. This time around I sit down with comedian and all-around awesome guy, Staten Island's own Mike Bochetti (The Artie Lange Show, Last Comic Stand, Adult Swim, Howard Stern Show). Get cozy as Mike stops by the worldwide headquarters of Dave Hill International to discuss topics including but not limited to the multiple times Mike almost drowned, working with Artie Lange, twins, deadly sushi, the magic of Staten Island, show business, and much, much more. I also answer important listener questions, check in with my secretary Shaina Feinberg, and hand the baton to Ian Ball so he may once again deliver the Hot Jamz from London. In short, this one pretty much has everything. For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonlne.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill so my life has purpose.
This is a particularly c-bomb littered episode, so we’ve used the bleep machine to make it a little more friendly to American ears. If you prefer a bit of blue, we’ve put an un-cut version up on Soundcloud.
Hi. How are you? I’m really great. Thanks so much for asking. Anyway, as part of my assault on North America in celebration of the release of both the paperback version of my book Tasteful Nudes and my hot rock band Valley Lodge’s third album Use Your Weapons (both to be released this September 3), I am going to be doing some more house tour dates. If you would like me to come to your house and talk, read, play music, spend weirdly long amounts of time in the bathroom, rifle through your things, and hopefully get really, really hammered with you, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. I did a bunch of house tour dates last year, had a lovely time, and managed to settle most things out of court afterward. Also, it’s FREE. Let’s do it again this fall! Okay, hope to hear from you soon.
Episode 3 of Royal Baby Watch is here as hard-hitting/hard-loving journalist Dave Hill goes toe-to-toe with a relationship counselor to find out exactly how this baby might affect Prince William and Kate Middleton’s relationship/boning habits. Then Dave takes matters into his own hands by both hiring an escort for William and learning how to handle a rifle in the event that anyone tries to get near that damn baby.
Royal Baby Watch gets even hotter for Episode 2 as intrepid and extremely well-dressed reporter Dave Hill sits down with the Chairman of the British Monarchist Society to ask the tough questions about Prince William and Kate Middleton and also meets with prospective buyers of his very own line of Royal Baby-inspired merchandise, including but not limited to, the Kate Middleton vajazzling kit and the Prince Harry dildo (Nazi and non-Nazi versions available).
After a brief hiatus so I could get some much-needed procedures done, Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is back like a mofo with Episode 74. This time around I let Krister Johnson (@kristerjohnson), writer (The Onion, New York Times, EW, GQ), comedian, and one half of the faux Christian acoustic duo God's Pottery (Check out their fake teen survival guide What Would God's Pottery Do: The Ultimate Guide to Survivng Your Teens and/or Being Successful), into my beautiful home for a delightful conversation that covers topics including but not limited to whether or not he is actually Swedish, letting his son watch him take a crap, how his dog swallowed a used condom once, and so much more. For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonline.com and follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill. Okay, great. You are the best. Thanks so much.