On the debut of Going to Hell on Olio.fm, guest-host Mike (Brandi’s friend from college) joins Brandi for a rousing discussion of two internet lists. The first internet list is Listverse’s Top 10 Influential People that Never Lived and VH1’s The 10 Most Legendarily “Well Endowed” Rock Stars. These lists include hilarious sound effects and commentary from Brandi and Mike.
Next, Brandi and Mike introduce the Sit on My Face segment, where the two comment on Brandi’s recent go at a couple of online dating sites (OkCupid and Swoon). Brandi live-reads a few messages, as well as some booty-call texts that she received moments after changing her Facebook status to single.
Lastly, Brandi interviews Justin Pellecchia of Satellite Hearts for her First Date segment on Going to Hell. Pellecchia discusses meeting Doors’ drummer John Densmore in Canada, their upcoming show with Toy Soldiers/Ali Wadsworth this Saturday, Dec. 14, and some info on their second album. Make sure you check out Caitlin McCann Photography for photos of the trio, along with other great shots. In addition, you can read a review of Satellite Hearts’ Four to the Floor EP on Dissonant Geek.
Music credit: The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Izalea – “Work;” The Who – “Pinball Wizard;” PTX – “Little Drummer Boy;” Danny Elfman – “Kidnap the Sandy Claws;” Aqua – “Barbie Girl;” The Four Vagabonds – “Rosie the Riveter;” Warrant – “Cherry Pie;” Jay Z – “My Name is Hov;” Led Zeppelin – “Lemon Song;” Tom Jones – “It’s Not Unusual;” Huey Lewis – “The Power of Love;” Jimi Hendrix – “Foxey Lady;” The Partridge Family – “I Can Feel Your Heartbeat;” Frank Sinatra – “Come Fly with Me;” Monty Python – “Sit on My Face;” Satellite Hearts – “Getting Along;” Satellite Hearts – “Midnight Sun.”
Commercial bed music credit: Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” Jay Z – “Public Service Announcement/My Name is Hov;” Smokey Robinson & the Miracles – “Deck the Halls.”
Going to Hell on Olio.fm will make you uncomfortably curious. Host Brandi Lukas comments on pop culture, discusses social issues, and interviews bands. “She is a strong, independent black woman who don’t need no man.”