Going to Hell: Live from The Philly Podcast Festival: Guests STS and DJ Bear-One, Tinder Nightmares, Toilet Paper Orientation

Going to Hell – Episode 16:

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About this episode:
Episode 16 of Going to Hell was recorded LIVE at The Philadelphia Podcast Festival at Tattooed Mom on South Street in Philly on Sunday, August 30.

Guest-host Chris DiFrancesco of High and Tight on Olio.fm 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 Eccentric Scoops segment, where they discuss studies on the most offensive odor.

For the Contentious Topics segment, the duo comments on bathroom pet peeves — should the toilet paper be over or under? Thoughts on decorative towels?

Next, Brandi interviews Atlantadelphia hip-hop artist STS (Sugar Tongue Slim) and his touring DJ and producer and engineer DJ Bear-One for her First Date segment of Going to Hell. STS discusses his latest collaboration with RDJ2, and gives a sneak peak to the now-released project with Black Thought (The Roots), Truck North and DJ Bear-One called Radio Activity. Brandi also has silly rapid-fire questions for him, where you’ll find out who he chooses in a game of Fuck, Chuck, or Marry. You can check out STS’s music through SoundCloud.

Lastly, Brandi and Chris introduce the Sit on My Face segment, where Brandi discusses her most recent Tinder Nightmares.

Music credit:
The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Izalea – “Work;” Foreigner – “Hot Blooded;” STS x RJD2 – “Doin’ It Right;” Looking Glass – “Brandy (You’re a Fine Girl);” M.I.A. – ” Paper Planes.”

Other places to find the show:
Going to Hell on Olio.fm | Going to Hell on  | Olio.fm on Facebook | @oliofm on Twitter

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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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