About this episode:
Guest-host Big Tom of JamminOldiesRadio.com 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 a woman’s shrine of her used condom collection, an NFL defensive lineman’s dick “waving in the wind,” and gorillas humming merry melodies while eating.
For the Contentious Topics segment, the duo comments on cereal being too much work for millennials, and the strange case of Buddy Holly’s final pair of glasses, on this day in 1980. Following, Brandi introduces the Sit on My Face segment, where she talks about her journey with yoga since November 2015.
Next, Brandi introduces the all-new segment Pancakes and Eggs, where she has a discussion with a woman who she thinks KICKS ASS. This week, she has Emma Z. of Behind the Leopard Glasses blog and In the Leopard Closet stores. If you tune into her interview at 31:30, you can redeem the password to unlock a Going to Hell exclusive coupon for $5 off in her vintage store HERE.
Next, Brandi interviews NYC-based rock artist Peter K. of The Black Atlas for her First Date segment of Going to Hell. Peter discusses the creation of his latest EP, and gives a sneak peak to the debut of its highlight track “The Master.” In addition, Peter talks touring, as The Black Atlas kicks off its first tour starting in Philly on March 5, with dates in and surrounding SXSW. Brandi also has silly rapid-fire questions for him, where you’ll find out his wish-list dinner, and the serial killer that he is most fascinated by. You can check out The Black Atlas’s music through Bandcamp.
The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Izalea – “Work;” ELO – “Evil Woman;” Ween – “Waving My Dick in the Wind;” Barry White – “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe;” Buddy Holly – “That’ll Be the Day;” Atmosphere – “My Notes.”
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.”