Tag: Evan Forde Barden
John Prine “I Remember Everything” with Annie Keating
Annie Keating (singer/songwriter, musician) is on the show to chat about John Prine’s “I Remember Everything” and her new album, Bristol County Tides! But, before we get into it, a question for the ages is prompted—who’s hotter: Paul Newman or Robert Redford? When the dust settles, we discuss Annie’s pick, “I Remember Everything” by the […]
Zelooperz “ISBD” with Erik Garlington (Proper.)
Musician Erik Garlington (Proper.) took our prompt of “a song you always put on a road trip playlist” and turned it on its head! Erik’s song is the wild Zelooperz “ISBD” — a song he loves, but nobody else in the van seems to enjoy quite as much. Payback for all the Korn that gets played? Who can say! Plus a Repeater first of Evan & Pat giving their real-time reactions to this chaotic dolphin-sampled track.
Wheatus “Teenage Dirtbag” with Alex Song-Xia
Actor, writer, and comedy mastermind Alex Song-Xia (Rick and Morty, The Squirrel Comedy Theatre) is on the show to discuss the adolescent masterpiece that is “Teenage Dirtbag” by Wheatus. Reaching back into our vault of past Repeater guests, we surprised Alex with Wheatus frontman Brendan B Brown! The episode begins with a discussion around how […]
The New Pornographers & Mogwai with Evan & Pat
Surprise! Here’s a bonus episode that was mostly an excuse for Evan and Pat to catch up. They revisit the conversation that sparked Repeater in the first place. “What’s new? What have you been listening to?” The guys chat about Covid, anticipating vaccines and their plans when fully vaccinated. The glimmer of hope for a […]
Every Time I Die “Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space” with Amir Khan
This week on Repeater, comedian Amir Khan (Honey Baby Sweetie Love, UCB) is on the show to talk Every Time I Die’s “Underwater Bimbos From Outer Space.” A song with a serious title! Finally!! Amir tells us what he loves about this song, how he discovered Every Time I Die in the first place, and […]
Lil Wayne “Mrs. Officer” with Kelley Quinn
Today on the internet! Writer, comedian, and Missy Elliot superfan Kelley Quinn (Straight Marriage, Eating Shit and Loving It) is here to talk about Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer,” a song that Wikipedia says, “goes so far as to reference the famous rap song ‘Fuck tha Police’ (though in a literal sense).” Kelley tells us why she’s been thinking of Lil Wayne recently and shares a story of self-realization en route to a Rilo Kiley show. We discuss whether or not “Mrs. Officer” would be released in 2021 and Kelley sparks a lovely socialist dialogue about defunding the police, abolishing prisons, and medicare for all.
Pandemic Ed. 001
Well, there’s not much more to do during this pandemic than stay inside, listen to music, and record podcasts about it. Pat and Evan catch up on what they’ve been doing during the pandemic so far and what life has been like since the last season of Repeater wrapped. Join them for tales of couple-isolation, trips to Brazil, and how to lean into Spotify’s algorithm. Subscribe for more eps during this time of downtime.
LIVE: Repeater’s Top 10 Countdown of 2019
At the very end of 2019, the Repeater crew invited seven hilarious guests to count down the top ten songs of the year. Comedians include Leslie Diana, Jordan Camille Randolph, Juan Nicolón, Milly Tamarez, Molly Kiernan, Peter Johnston, and Brooks Allison. Recorded LIVE at QED in Queens, NY.
LIVE: Repeater’s Top 10 Countdown of 2009
It’s our first-ever top 10 countdown! Join Evan and Pat, along with ten of their hilarious friends, as they count down the best tracks of 2009. Comedians include Amanda Giobbi, John Ross, Addie Weyrich, Taylor Garron, Tom Sanchez, Michelle Francesca Thomas, Fumi Abe, Patrick Sweeney, Rachel Joravsky, and Bridgette Rizkalla. Plus, music from Kaylyn Marie Scardefield. Recorded LIVE at QED in Queens, NY.
Season 3 Roundup – Songs That Got Us Through 2018
We recently wrapped up Season 3, talking with ten incredible guests about the songs that got them through 2018. Check out the entire season in this one convenient post! Featuring Addie Weyrich, Milly Tamarez, Woody Fu, Corin Wells, Mikey Erg, Bailey Swilley, Rachel Pegram, Michael Stevens, Mariah Smith, and Taylor Garron.