Going to Hell: Sex in the Time of Ebola, Rock and Roll HOF Controversies, Guest John Faye of John & Brittany

Going to Hell on Olio.fm is back with episode 10! Guest-host Billy G. and Amanda M. of Dissonant Geek 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, which then leads to the Contentious Topics segment.

In this segment, the threesome discusses sex in the time of Ebola, and the controversy that always surrounds the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Next, Brandi, Amanda and Billy introduce the Sit on My Face segment where the three discuss “the Snappening” and other social media networks to check out if you’re over people’s baby/cat photos on Facebook.

Lastly, Brandi interviews John Faye of Philly’s songwriting rock and roll duo John & Brittany for her First Date segment of Going to Hell. Faye discusses how the duo met, and extends a personal invite to all Going to Hell listens for the band’s farewell/EP release show this upcoming Friday at the Hard Rock Cafe in Philly. Brandi also has silly rapid-fire questions for him, where you’ll find out what artery-clogging, Philly-based sandwich frontman Faye would devour to his grave.


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

Music credit: The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Izalea – “Work;” Dandy Warhols – “Solid;” The Smiths – “This Charming Man;” The Chainsmokers – “#SELFIE;” John & Brittany – “St. Valentine;” John & Brittany – “La Tierra;” I MONSTER – “Daydream in Blue.”

Commercial bed music credit: Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” Jay Z – “Public Service Announcement/My Name is Hov;” D. Pepper Massey – “Keep It Minimum;” The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Azalea – “Work.”

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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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