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Did i ever tell you about the time I made a dating profile for King Diamond on Christian Mingle? I felt pretty good about the level of detail that went into it, but only a few days went by before the profile was taken down and my account was blocked. While this was less galling than the half dozen or so times I've been banned from Yelp, THE JOKE WA…
 
this week’s episode tackles the thorny subject of Volkswagon’s 2020 three-part series of television commercials for the Atlas Cross Sport (21 mpg city, 24 mpg highway). The ad agency tapped Paul Giamatti and Kieran Culkin to play parts designed to not so loosely recall their current roles on “Billions” and “Succession” respectively, thus causing co…
 
For episode 72, I’m happy to announce this is the first-ever ALL-REQUEST show, but perhaps not nearly as happy that the majority of the requests were either “go fuck yourself” or “drop dead”. Much like Cronos’ difficulty negotiating with a unruly City Gardens mob, I humbly ask that you refrain from all shouting at me at the same time. I realize I’m…
 
Whether it had anything to do with this program’s staggering popularity or it was a purposeful, malicious act on the part of a rogue state or an ransom-minded hacker, we’ll never know for certain. What we have learned, however, is that Monday’s Mixcloud outage is a cautionary tale for a modern society far too obsessed with convenience. For instance…
 
I don’t often get into deeply personal stuff on this show but for episode 69 I will make a rare exception. My Amar’e Stoudemire headphones broke into pieces during the recording of this program and it’s hard for me to put into words how upsetting this is. You can keep your Koss, your Beyer-Dynamics, your Sennheiser cans. True audiophiles know that …
 
A guided tour of the world's 17th biggest landfill isn't quite what it's cracked up to be. Though to be honest, no one really built it up that much. There's an old saying, "one man's garbage is pretty much straight up garbage" and we're going to try our best to find whoever was responsible for this unhelpful statement.…
 
I don't know if this has anything to do with my being hospitalized from physical attacks 2 weeks running, but I've been informed this program's producer and social media director are not coming in this today, citing a dangerous working environment. This has echoes of Shawn Michaels in 1994 if you ask me, but hey, I'm an adult with 4 whole months of…
 
So you know how there’s some online radio hosts who promise they’re gonna take you on some kind of a “musical journey”, one where they don’t need a map? I’m sure that sounds exciting to those of you with no imaginations or life experiences to speak of, but take it from someone that’s been around the block a few times. For starters, journeys suck (m…
 
I'm not quite sure how I managed to produce this week's episode. Several days ago, I had an unfortunate encounter with several large individuals at a local drinking establishment who took great exception to my (loud) insistence that Jerry Reed was both the author and singer of :"Junk Food Junkie" and said condition was the cause of his passing. For…
 
The 64th episode of this program concerns Oklahoma City's infamous, 90 year old Hotel Skirvin, an establishment several visiting NBA squads have claimed is a hotbed of paranormal activity. Coincidently, Nets PG Kyrie Irving --- who accused the Skirvin of being infested with bed bugs, is producing a film on the subject (the paranormal activity, not …
 
this week we look back on the violent 2006 encounter between Axl Rose and Tommy Hilfiger that made the cover of the NY Post and was quickly forgotten about because, well, chances are there was something more important to worry about. Why is it none of the major (or minor) MMA organizations have sought to organize a rematch? Has no one explored the …
 
This week, we mark the 7th anniversary of the highly controversial "NOISE TABLE 4 SALE" Craiglist post that continues to reverberate to this day. Thought by some to be a cheap joke at the expense of fledgling experimental musicians, in reality, this incident highlighted the cruel realities of the noise table trafficking networks that continue to pe…
 
With the extra time afforded by recording last week's show a few days early, I've been binge-watching "Hunter" (former LA Rams standout Fred Dryer as a (very) poor man's Dirty Harry), the Lifetime Channel's NXIVM saga, ": A Mother's Fight to Save Her Daughter" (I suspect they've used that title before) and re-familiarizing myself with the proper me…
 
for this week's episode, i attempt (and fail) to get to the bottom of why John Salley's searing 2011 interview with Ed Asner for the latter's inexplicably short-lived "Game On!" series is not mentioned in either thespian (or in Saley's case, thespian-basketball player's) Wikipedia entry. Even stranger, "Game On!" is not currently available via any …
 
so I'm in a Facebook group with alleged music enthusiasts and one of the members took the opportunity to post a candid / unauthorized photo of Richard Hell (or the side of Hell's head) shopping at a lower Manhattan Trader Joe's. Persons with a modicum of good judgement objected, saying Hell deservers the right --- as we all do --- to get the shoppi…
 
This week's episode takes a deep dive into the rather complicated legacy of the late Chris Warren and The DX Band. While fellow musical pioneers / brothers of different mothers Complete were ruling Texas and Faxed Head were laying waste to the West Coast, the DX Band aka "The D-Generation X Band" or "the band that plays D-Generation X's entry music…
 
this week's show is a celebration of an occasion that is not merely an important day on the movie calendar but also an acknowledgment of what for some of us could be called a lifestyle. A few of you could care less about the release of the new motion picture, "Forever Purge", the latest installment in the "Purge" franchise, but for those who've thr…
 
It's funny what sleep deprivation can do to a programmer. For instance, I meant to describe the Fourth World Quartet as primarily consisting of the Miller Brothers (Laurence, Roger and Ben) and instead, sleepy referred to them as "Roger, Laurence and Larry," which makes no sense whatsoever. While we're on the subject of questionable decisions, I'm …
 
This week’s episode is a FATHER’S DAY special with special guest appearances from Marv Marinovich, Fritz Von Erich, Murry Wilson and Shawn Kemp (excepts from an old interview with Antonio Cromartie could not be used to yet another failure by the rights clearance department, who are working on a losing streak to rival that of the Prairie View Panthe…
 
episode 54 features new works from the better-than-ever Strapping Fieldhands, Modern Nature’s Jack Cooper & Sunwatchers' Jeff Tobias, Glyn Maier, Exek, ZULI,Mother Nature & Boathouse + things that aren't new by any measure but you'll enjoy them regardless (ie. or else)Bởi Gerard Cosloy
 
as this program starts it’s second year, I am happy to say I’ve dodged a bullet. Not a real bullet, mind you, as im not nearly that fast, but rather an effort by the show’s syndication partners to replace me as the host due to what I’m told are “low engagement numbers”. YouTuber Kyle Kim Klinghoffer aka “Dr. Prakenstein” had been enlisted to take o…
 
The one-year anniversary episode of the program features new material from Pilgrim Screw, James Brandon Lewis, Blod, FACS, Susan Alcorn, AKAI SOLO & Navy Blue, PRIVAT and more. We also have the debut of the program's “BOOK CLUB” feature , with the first tome reviewed being Tim Donaghy’s 2009 best seller, “Personal Foul : A First Person Account of t…
 
the 51st episode of the program reflects on the recent passings of Jerome Young aka New Jack and thespian powerhouse Charles Grodin, and features new recordings from Mosquitoes, Contour, Map 71, JJULIUS, False Negative, Dave Rempis (with Tomeka Reid and Joshua Abrams) and some things that aren't nearly new.…
 
In retrospect, perhaps it wasn't a great idea to enlist Vitaly Borkalitus as this program's new head of marketing, social media and customer service. Admittedly, i was aware of his prior history of threatening / doxing / stalking persons who'd publicly complained about his previous online activities in the eyeglass trade, but I honestly believed he…
 
I couldn't be more pleased to welcome Vitus Borkalitus to the program''s social media team. Vitus recently made headlines in a national newspaper for his innovative work at a top Google-ranked online eyeglass retailer and I've no doubt his methodology and wealth of experience in customer service is exactly what this show and our partnet companies r…
 
There were a number of comments on last week's program related to the show's recent acquisition by the Pesky Media Group that might've implied one of PMG's main investors had been heavy-handed in their treatment of critics and/or might take punitive measures against me if stepped out of line. I would like to formally apologize for these remarks and…
 
i'm thrilled to announce the acquisition of this radio show on the part of the PESKY MEDIA GROUP. I realize there's a handful of you who take exception to their ties to the last Presidential administration, if not the investments they've received by what some consider to be a a murderous regime with no patience for human rights, but I prefer to loo…
 
“Komodo is a 1999 horror thriller film directed by Michael Lantieri. On a holiday with his parents, fifteen-year-old Patrick (Kevin Zegers witnesses them get attacked and killed. The shock prevents Patrick from remembering what happened, and he is assigned to young psychiatrist Victoria Juno (Jill Hennessy for help. Patrick attempts to come to term…
 
if you're gonna keep propose horrible hybrid pseudo-sports, why not a combination of polo and swimming? Except minus the horses, you can play it in a swimming pool. Look, you can have this idea for free, I'm nothing if not magnanimous. The copyright holders of Slamball, Rugball and rugburn were all unavailable for comment, so this is another mostly…
 
This program's "You Break It, You Bought It" policy is not limited to copies of the late Michael Stanley's album of the same name, though handling with care is recommended all the same. There's a reason the sign on the door reads, "lovely to look at, delightful to hold, if you should break it, FUCK YOU, IT'S SOLD". Simply put, most of you are as ru…
 
as some of you might know, during my time in NYC during the 1980's, I maintained the somewhat controversial DEFLECTING-THE-BLAME HOTLINE, in which individuals could anonymously unburden themselves (and explain that whatever horrible transgressions had been hanging over their heads were in fact, entirely the fault of other parties). Some likened it …
 
the key to keeping this show atop the podcast charts every week is that I don't overpromise / under-deliver. While the (ahem) competition offer guarantees of something truly explosive, incendiary, etc., I'm very comfortable the whole "niche" nature of this sort of thing, realizing that many of you are using this program as some sort of mood/vibe en…
 
"Everybody’s got something that keeps them awake at night. When you can’t tell the difference between nightmares and what’s real, that’s when you’re no good to yourself or anyone else." Thinking about the late Yaphet Kotto's work as Lieutenant Al Giardello and Smokey James. But thinking about other stuff, too. It's a long show, there's room for mor…
 
Living together in close quarters is never especially easy, never mind the added pressures of pandemic-required confinement. Not everyone has the requisite patience or respect for the privacy of others to handle such situations over the long haul and for this week's show we speak with a couple of experts on the subject who've been roommates for yea…
 
The Desperate Bicycles famously sang, "The Medium Is Tedium" but let's spare a thought or 2 for the extra large. For the non-Mixcloud audiences on all the big fancy podcast platforms, this program is pitched as "The Gerard Cosloy Radio Hour (That Feels Like Two Hours)", however, on careful reflection, this week's episode feels like three hours. I'm…
 
Getting this week’s show up and running was not without challenges, to wit, how to do so sans power, heat, internet connectivity, running water or gourmet dog food. Who amongst us has not at one time or another resorted to burning a big pile of rare records in order to stay warm? OK, would you believe burning several boxes of sub-solvent record lab…
 
Each year when I read about another incident featuring trucks getting “STORROWED” in Boston (ie. they’re transporting heavy goods on Storrow Drive, oblivious to the BIG SIGNS on the overpasses reading, “CLEARANCE 10” 4’, ultimately wrecking their vehicles, cargo, etc. by getting crunchola’d underneath, aka “STORROWED”), I have the same reoccurring …
 
Q : WHY DOES KYRIE IRVING PREFER DYLAN CARLSON OUT OF TUNE? A: HE BELIEVES IN A FLAT EARTH I was thinking about a book that would combine the best of my brain with that of Peter Vecsey, but after careful reconsideration, I might have to settle for a pamphlet. Or a PDF.Bởi Gerard Cosloy
 
Not since Pia Zadora's bought-and-paid-for 1981 award for "Best New Star" has there been a Golden Globes miscarriage of justice quite like Hollywood Foreign Press' failure to nominate "Money Plane" (dir - Andrew Lawrence) in any category. I realize most people in the entertainment world are too timid to ask the hard questions about this kind of, we…
 
The first episode of the new year features new music from Kuzu (Dave Rempis, Tashi Dorji, Tyler Damon), the Cheater Slicks' Dana Hatch, Sarah Hennies & Andy Meyerson, Allen Ravenstine and much more...including a critical reassessment of the late Leonard Rossiter's television career. OK, not so much a critical reassessment as a gratuitous name-drop.…
 
"I go and put myself through this for your entertainment. I can barely walk and you all, you all, you all just stand there and stare at me. You, one, two, three sitting down, or you standing there. You ever think to help somebody in need, huh? Did you enjoy that? Did you enjoy watching me trying to walk up here by myself?! Hmm? And or what? Huh?! I…
 
It's a tough day to focus on music given all the hoopla surrounding Mike Gravel being sworn in as the 46th President Of The United States, but somehow I'm going to manage. This week's show features new material by Model Home, White Suns, Claire Rousay, Patrick Shiroishi, Bobby Would, Michael Beach, Auton and more. Let the healing begin #graveliciou…
 
Of the graphic commercials for 1984’s “Silent Night, Deadly Night”, the late Gene Siskel famously declared, ““the showing of Santa with an axe on free TV in commercials is sick, and sleazy, and mean-spirited.” However, one might argue it was absolutely necessary. I’ made such an argument on this week’s show, however TriStar Pictures — a subsidiary …
 
As we come to the end of 2020, i can share with you my most ambitious project to date — an attempt to create a modern equivalent of Fredrick Wiseman’s “Titicut Follies” for the podcast medium, this time addressing the plight of unredeemed download codes, all piled to the ceiling in the most dire of living conditions. Repeated tries at getting execu…
 
Headlines(?) were made recently when the office fixtures of Chicago dumbshit/repository Victory Records were auctioned off to the public, but what of the treasures left behind in the warehouses of San Francisco's Grr-r label? Though the imprint only released one title, 1990's seminal, 'Sebastian Speaks - Your Watchdog On A Disc', we can only specul…
 
some will tell you Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack's 1932 adaptation of "The Most Dangerous Game" is the granddaddy of all HUNTING HUMANS motion pictures. Others prefer John Woo's "Hard Target", while some deranged individuals see the merits in the John Leguizamo comedy vehicle, "The Pest". With full respect to all other efforts to depict ja…
 
after this past weekend’s rather anticlimactic exhibition bout between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr., I convened this show’s production staff to attempt to determine which was the most memorable celebrity boxing encounter of all-time. ?As you would expect, there were nominations for Joey Buttafucco vs. the late Joanie “Chyna” Lauer, Manute Bol vs. W…
 
as much as I'd like to say this special time of year is about bringing people together, the simple fact of the matter is the New England territory is not big enough for 2 GG's. In fact, it might not have been large enough for one. We can debate whether or not it is appropriate or safe to encourage family gatherings simply for the purpose of commemo…
 
Adaptability in an ever-changing marketplace has never been more important. I try to tell people that all the time but do they listen? No, they just leave the doors and windows open, the cereal on the countertop, there's BEARD BITS ALL OVER THE SINK. I mean, that's it. I've had enough. I am done babysitting these guys. Find someone else to mastermi…
 
PITIFUL PUNKS WITH CHUNKS (RIPPED FROM YOUR BODY) (Pep Love, 2001) for this week's program, my new producer (bottom right corner) had booked special guests Corey Worthington, Fox Alaska news reader Maria Athens and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Unfortunately, there was some confusion over the correct time-zone with Worthington, Athens …
 
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