Praise ‘Bob’, We return in a week shaped week (for a change), and who better to fill your sound cavity for this weeks show than this weeks guest?

BEHOLD! High Weirdness by email, in which we, together with the most holy Rev. Ivan Stang, discuss cults, pagans and other weirdness.

BE TURNED ON! by possibly the first ever mating call of the Subgenius captured on a earthly recording device.

PRAISE ‘BOB’! as we discuss, X-Day, The Starwood Festival,  no-good-no-Bob-niks, 9/11 truthers, Isaac Bonewits, SATAN, and of course J.R. Bob Dobbs.

The right honourable Daddytank returns from the soundmines, tools in hand, to deliver another astounding MySpace Heroes. This weeks solid-gold prospects:

Zano Bathroom – Live and Direct
Cubist Upshot – Resonants III 
Curios – The Tiling Song

See you ‘next week’…and don’t forget to enjoy!


Ivan Stang Bio:

Rev. Ivan Stang, born  August 21, 1953 in Washington, D.C., raised in Fort Worth,Texas, and attended the St. Mark’s School of Texas. He is best known as the author and publisher of the first screed of the Church of the SubGenius. He is credited with founding the Church along with his pal Philo Drummond in 1979, though Stang himself denies this and claims the organization was founded in 1953 by J. R. “Bob” Dobbs. Since the publication of the first SubGenius pamphlet in 1980, Stang has embarked on a worldwide crusade (spanning at least three continents) to promote the Church. In May 2006 he finished writing, editing and designing a new SubGenius book for Thunder’s Mouth Press, ‘The SubGenius Psychlopaedia of Slack: The Bobliographon’. He has appeared on several national radio and television shows, including the The Jon Stewart Show on MTV. Stang is an instructor on the faculty of the Maybe Logic Academy. Both he and J.R. “Bob” Dobbs appear as characters in John Shirley‘s science fiction novel Kamus of Kadizar: The Black Hole of Carcosa.

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