DIRTPOD 044: “Cannabis Corpse”

This week, friend of the podcast and human music trivia machine, Jay Horrocks, stops by to see if Guy can stump him. We also discuss the maddeningly specific circumstances under which Guy will smoke pot for the first time and why we might actually be able to pull it off this year, the non-stop summer […]

AREA 52 042: “Jurassholes”

What if a few species of dinosaurs had survived and still roamed the earth today? Crazy! Right? Well, in the broadest sense, things like alligators and great white sharks are smaller version of their prehistoric ancestors and sure, we have found species both on land and in the ocean that we thought had been extinct […]

AREA 52 041: “iSpy”

We know we’re being watched. Cameras are everywhere and our entire lives are posted online for everyone to see, but do you know how invasive it really is? From surveillance of every email, phone call, google search to facial recognition and license plate tracking, the government can follow your every move. And it’s all legal. […]

DIRTPOD 043: “25 Vulgar Years of Power”

Recorded the day after the 25th Anniversary of Pantera’s game changing “Vulgar Display of Power”, we take a look back on this undeniably important and timeless album. We talk about the band’s troubled personal history, what would happen if they ever reunited who could possibly fill in for Dime and cast our dream Pantera tribute […]

AREA 52 040: “Coinkydinks”

Thing happen! But what about when things happen that seem almost too weird or good to be true? Throughout history, there have been countless incidents that seem to suggest that the world isn’t just a series of random events. From twins growing up separately but living the exact same lives to a man being a […]

DIRTPOD 042: “Aunt Ruth”

This week, a friend of the podcast and golf pro MIKE NICKAS (@supermannickas), stops by to talk about his amazing weight loss journey and the soun dtrack that accompanied it. We also discuss upcoming summer concert tours, if there’s any real shock rockers left, the insane history of the Norwegian black metal music scene and an […]

OUR 166: “Confessions of a Mormon Boy, Steven Fales!”

Actor/playwright Steven Fales joins Sascha Blume, Johnny McKeon, and Sarah Isaacson on Ol Ute Radio to discuss his groundbreaking solo play, Confessions of a Mormon Boy. The Play was a hit off-Broadway and in cities all around the world. A sixth generation Mormon, and father of two, Fales details his heartbreaking journey coming out gay, being excommunicated from his […]