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  • The Spudcast – ep 1: Improv with RanBeau

    The Spudcast – ep 1: Improv with RanBeau


    It’s only the first official episode of The Spudcast right here with special guests Randy Adeva and Beau Windon (collectively known as RanBeau) joining Mog and Andy to chat about all things improv.

  • The Spudcast – ep 0

    The Spudcast – ep 0


    It's only taken three years to do it but Mog and Andy are finally back in the studio with a brand new episode for a brand new podcast. This one is an experiment in getting back into the swing of things. It's extremely loose and off-the-cuff so grab a beverage and get comfy so you can find out what happens when they press record and start talking.

  • Podcast – Episode 36

    Podcast – Episode 36


    Ryan Walker joins Andy & Mog in the studio for an honest conversation about his six or so years of experience as a struggling open mic comedian (his own words). Also featured is "Into the Woods" by Cilla Jane from her album Until Morning Comes. It's the last episode for the year. We're taking a bit of a break but we'll be back soon enough in the new year with a bigger and better show with more guests and music so enjoy this one right now and stay tuned for more next year!

  • Podcast – Episode 35

    Podcast – Episode 35


    Andy & Mog fly solo...ish in a rickety plane for two and crash straight down the rabbit hole where they find Babies, Snoopzilla and a book possibly written by Darwin* called "Origin of the Selfies". They attempt to answer some of the tougher questions found on Yahoo! Answers and in the process Mog remembers the good old days of being a Cub Scout. Red Remedy deliver some quality tunes this week in the form of "Love This Machine" from their brand new second EP The Waste.

  • Podcast – Episode 34

    Podcast – Episode 34


    Mitch Alexander joins us this time around to chat a little bit about standup, metal, nude modelling and how he involves himself in each. Andy gives Mog some feedback on a recent performance and Mog gets as political as he's ever going to get by questioning Abbott's cabinet antics. Featured also are Death Audio with "Black Rose" from their self-titled debut album for some melodic metal goodness.

  • Podcast – Episode 33

    Podcast – Episode 33


    Beau Fitzpatrick & Carly Milroy Join Andy & Mog in the studio to talk about the growing beast that is YAWP; their online publication that covers all aspects of live comedy performance. Mog reviews an underwhelming storytelling experience and chats to Andy about favourites in the upcoming Melbourne Fringe Festival (18 Sep - 6 Oct). Also featured is the track "If I Had A Gun" from Melbourne talent Jemma Nicole.

  • Podcast – Episode 32

    Podcast – Episode 32


    Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall joins Andy & Mog in the studio this week for an entertaining conversation about postcodes, comedy and the creative process so listen in - you might just learn something new. Also featured is the track A Dream of Mine from Cilla Jane's EP When The Night Falls.

  • Podcast – Episode 31

    Podcast – Episode 31


    This episode we have the delightful Dilruk Jayasinha in the studio who chats to Andy & Mog about his experience as a standup, growing up in Sri Lanka and the chaos of performing comedy as part of a live television broadcast. We've also included an audio sketch from the Potato Revolution Vault that Andy made waaay back in 2005. It's got sound effects and everything!

  • Podcast – Episode 30

    Podcast – Episode 30


    Comedian. Radio lad. Fella what be drawin' 'toons. All these words and more describe our guest this week who goes by the name of Murphy McLachlan. Have a listen as we chat to him about humble beginnings, where he's at now and what to expect in the future from this man with one finger on the pulse and the rest of them (thumbs included) in a variety of tasty pies. Andy & Mog compare superpower wishlists and in celebration of their forthcoming album we have the track 'Knuckles' from Voltera for your aural pleasure. Get all over this like a gymnast on one of those bar things that they seem to be so fond of.

  • Podcast – Episode 29

    Podcast – Episode 29


    Ryan Coffey joins us this week to chat about what he does as a comedian with a guitar, a loop pedal and what it's like to perform in stand-up and music venues alike. There's also a delightful tale about midnight defecation, Mog impersonates Billy Connolly (badly) and Andy raises the bar (while simultaneously lowering the tone) with his hard-hitting interview skills. And if that's not enough, songstress Sophie Rose gets a little bit French with her track "Chanson". Engage pod-fun action!

  • Podcast – Episode 28

    Podcast – Episode 28


    Holy canola, it's Dan Juola! Listen in as he chats with us about what it's like to be an American comic doing stand-up in Melbourne and how it differs from the sunny old US of A. Mog tells of his recent experience in doing a proper stand-up spot for the first time and Andy brings some insight into how not to act when turning up drunk for work. Not only all of that but this too; The Nymphs provide the tunes in the form of Mr Slink, a track from their 2010 self-titled EP. Check it out!

  • Podcast – Episode 27

    Podcast – Episode 27


    In this episode Xander Allan joins us in the studio to have a bit of a chat about comedy, music and defining childhood moments. Andy has been watching movies and reviews all the classics. Have a listen to his thoughts on The Great Gatsby (2013) and Short Circuit. Meanwhile, Mog being the productive member of society that he is, played the new Tomb Raider game on PS3 and shares his thoughts on that one. Tunes this week are brought to you by NSW band Red Remedy with their track Am I Coming Around. Get on it!

  • Podcast – Episode 26

    Podcast – Episode 26


    Cahl Schroedl is our man of the hour in this episode. Musician, artist, and all round personable guy that he is - listen in to hear him share a story or two about his many years of being a part of Melbourne's underground music scene. Mog tells a tale of too much beer and karaoke at the infamous Fluid Oz while Andy tells of his inability to use a heat pack properly. In the latest installment of Things That Are Weird: Conspiracy Theory 101 we delve into what an amateur Tasmanian paranormal investigator discovered when he decided to get to the bottom of weird goings-on in his household. If that's not enough, this week's track "From This" is just a small taste of what Voltera sister project Razors Of Ockham have in store for us. Get on board and have a listen!

  • Podcast – Episode 25

    Podcast – Episode 25


    Nic & Lou (known collectively as Girls Uninterrupted) join us this week to talk about the success of their latest festival show and shed some light on the process behind presenting sketch comedy as a duo. Andy tells us about getting a taste of his own medicine from a conspiracy theorist taxi driver and Mog shares his thoughts on The Silmarillion by JRR Tolkien. "Know The Drill" is this week's track from Melbourne Rockers Son Of Set so be a part of things and have a listen.

  • Podcast – Episode 24

    Podcast – Episode 24


    This episode features the mighty Aiden Pyne, so listen in as he shares with us his tales of the mother country (England) and what it's like to do standup over there. Andy attempts to relive his youth at an Aerosmith concert and Mog brings depth to the conversation by talking about the Animals of Farthing Wood. Also featured is "Slow It Down (demo version)" from Pan.Chromatic. Get into it!

  • Podcast – Episode 23

    Podcast – Episode 23


    Kieran Eaton joins us once again in the studio - this time to share his knowledge on the Perth comedy scene, 80's cartoons and the perks of caring for the elderly. Andy brings us an installment Things That Are Weird: Conspiracy Theory 101 in which he draws us into the bizarre world of internet theorists and just a few of the topics they devote their time and energy to. Mog tells a story about buying a new pair of pants and featured also is a track from Melbourne thrash rockers, Dirty Chapters. Get into it!

  • Podcast – Episode 22

    Podcast – Episode 22


    Dan Brader drops by the studio this week to chat about his approach to comedy and shares a few stories about the highs and lows of his tumultuous career. You won't want to miss this! Andy & Mog reflect on how they feel the debut performance/event that was the Potato Revolution Launch Party went. Plus, some awesome tunes from Melbourne Metal/Rock outfit Voltera.

  • Podcast – Episode 21

    Podcast – Episode 21


    You've waited ever so patiently and it's finally arrived, the new episode is here! Featuring up and coming local comic John Potter who deftly guides us through the ins and outs of preparing and being a part of an ensemble show for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Speaking of which, if you're sitting around scratching your head with no idea who to go and see this year, we've prepared for you a shortlist of our favourites(with links). And if that's not enough, this episode also features the track, "I Wish that I had Duck Feet" from Goulburn-based band Sibling Reveille.

  • Podcast – Episode 19

    Podcast – Episode 19


    Potato Revolution begins with one word. That word is potato. And then it goes on. ...And on. ...And on. Come along with Andy and Mog as they shed some light on the all the important issues (and some of the unimportant ones too) in a desperate attempt to figure out what everything is all about. Season 2 was a hell of a ride. Recorded: 24rd November, 2012 Summer's here and so is Joshua James to soak the sun, sink some beers, and shoot the shit - as well as perform live from the loungeroom with Andy! Topics: Racism In Australia, Namibian Muppet Creature, NASA's Big Mars Announcement, Iron Dome. GUEST: Joshua James TRACK: Pocket Full Of Shells (Mat McHugh) - Vox: Joshua James, Guitar: Andy Mai Mai.

  • Podcast – Episode 18

    Podcast – Episode 18


    Potato Revolution begins with one word. That word is potato. And then it goes on. ...And on. ...And on. Come along with Andy and Mog as they shed some light on the all the important issues (and some of the unimportant ones too) in a desperate attempt to figure out what everything is all about. Season 2 was a hell of a ride. Recorded: 3rd November, 2012 Trav Nash joins us to chat about art, Star Wars, what's wrong with Australian TV, and the bizarre world of standup comedy groupies. Topics: Death Star Canteen, Disney Buys Star Wars, Australian TV Sucks, Art As Business, Comedians and Groupies. GUEST: Trav Nash.

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