Going to Hell: Steak and BJ Day, Peeing in the Shower, Guest Andrew Corkery of Shadowplay

On the sixth episode of Going to Hell on Olio.fm, guest-host Scott Chappelear joins Brandi for a rousing discussion of..well, a lot of things. The duo starts with a Quickies segment covering the latest from Brandi’s OkCupid account and the countdown to Steak and BJ Day, which then leads to the Eccentric Scoops segment. In this segment, the duo discusses Oscar Mayer’s bacon alarm clock, which has 4,700 units up for grabs in a contest ending in April.

Next, Brandi and Chappie introduce the Contentious Topics segment, where the two discuss a female pilot receiving a sexist napkin note and Andre 3000 playing Jimi Hendrix in the Jimi: All Is By My Side biopic. During this week’s Sit on My Face segment, Brandi and Chappie bring the peeing-in-the-shower debate to light with some past experiences and basic etiquette.

Lastly, Brandi interviews Andrew Corkery of Shadowplay for her First Date segment of Going to Hell. Corkery discusses the band’s anticipation of its set at Spotify‘s official SXSW showcase in Austin, Texas, which takes place March 13, at The Dirty Dog. Brandi also has silly rapid-fire questions for him, where you’ll find out what cereal box character the rock ‘n’ roll frontman would be for 24 hours.


If you’re in an underground band or would like to guest-host with Brandi, contact her through her page or Tweet her at @goingtohellpod.

Music credit: The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Izalea – “Work;” Chumbawamba – “Amnesia;” Flo Rida – “Right Round;” The Cardigans – “Rise and Shine;” Kate Nash – “Rap for Rejection;” Jimi Hendrix – “Purple Haze;” Outkast – “Hey Ya;” Shadowplay – “Dark Hour;” Shadowplay – “Sandy Eyes;” Devin Davis – “Transcendental Sports Anthem.”

Commercial bed music credit: Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa.”

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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.”

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