Comic Nathan Macintosh has a lot in common with Jameson including his love of Batman V Superman. The boys discuss why porn sucks (outside of religion), why Harambe was the fall guy representing a bigger issue and how anger can lead to greener pastures. All that and Ryan's improv skills. Check out Macintosh's podcast Positive Anger
Thomas Edison may have invented junk but Denver's Edison perfected it. The indie trio joins Godspeed to talk influence, folk motivations and more. Jameson nerds out about his favorite emo crooner and Ryan attempts not to barf on mic. Also the duo wrestles with who we seek knowledge from and why Jameson doesn't trust himself!
The great Jimmy Pardo stops by to talk stand up, working for Conan O'Brien, Ryan Gosling and Smile Train. We also praise him for being the comedic godfather of podcasting while Jameson explains why Pardo may never want to bump into him at a party. Ryan gives his Oscar red carpet breakdown, why monster trucks rule and we finally reveal why so many compare us to Jake Gyllenhaal.
A very special artsy fartsy episode of Godspeed today welcomes Doug from down the street as we discuss amateur Scientology and Christian school tryouts. Katie Cole and Andy Bane from Dangerkids graciously share their bucket of donuts with Jameson as Ryan questions our credibility.
Godspeed welcomes Matt MacDonald of The Classic Crime and Don't Feed the Trolls Podcast. R&J keep tearing each other down while building up the idea of deconstruction. Politics make a brief appearance in the guise of two knowledgeable 30-somethings flip flopping every other argument. Ryan sets a dangerous precedence of encouraging book-learnin' while Jameson just wants everyone to get along. If you listen carefully, you can hear the sound of disappointed seminary professors everywhere.
GodSpeed welcomes author and addiction expert Erica Spiegelman to discuss her book Rewired. What truly defines an addict? What part does identity play in recovery? What practical steps can one take to rewire their brain?
Connecting past and present in faith-based music, Godspeed catches up multi-talented frontman Jake Luhrs. It's been a decade since the release of August Burns Red's Messengers record and in that time Luhrs has collected a myriad of titles: Award winning philanthropist, Grammy-nominated musician, fitness entrepreneur, hockey enthusiast and Todd. R & J also digress back into what marriage really means and Ryan obsesses over adult coloring books.
The legendary Kevin Max (DC) talks with Godspeed. Max is a musician, actor, poet, father, husband, and all around nice guy. What's it like to connect your past and present? Is Christian music still stale? Is Christian music still a thing? What is real artistry? Does anyone care what famous people think? All that and Smash Mouth on this episode of the Godspeed Podcast. Kevinmax.com