This week, we discuss the good that the protests have done, and weeeeeeeeeed.
A lot has happened since we last recorded over six months ago. Fires, plagues...it's almost like the end times are upon us. Anyhow, this time around we catch up, discuss the current global pandemic, psychedelics, death, fear, and writing.
This week, we start off the show by mourning the loss of Monstark's beard. We also discuss Golden Girls cosplay and Bryan's recent Queer Eye obsession. Also, we discover we've both been run over by verhicles.
This week we start off by apologizing for the last episode, and talking about identity.
This episode is ROUGH. We were plagued by lag, and someone (Me) may have pregamed a little too hard. Nevertheless, we post this unedited. Maybe there's a gem or two in here, I honestly don't remember much. GOOD LUCK, FAIR TRAVELER.
This week, two old men complain about how much better things used to be back in the good ol' days. Also, can you support art if you don't like the artist?
This week, we bid a fond farewell to Bailey the Instagram Cat, tear apart bullshit art, discuss Blindboy Boatclub, ponder the space program, and check up on our Orgone levels.
Give thanks, it's a new episode of Monstark & Me! California is on fire again, and everything is in shambles. Somehow, we soldier through and manage to record our longest episode yet, and I think one of the better ones. This one goes deep. Sorry for the lack of an intro, it's late and I'm tired.
It’s the return of artist Dave Correia! We discuss the making of our Elder Thing sculpture, which was featured at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival. We talk through the process, challenges and lessons that came with making a ten foot tall tentacle monster on a tiny budget.
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Intro music by Jean Baudin. Find his work at jeanbaudin.com.
Interviews and art by Monstark. Find his podcasts, art and products at monstark.com.
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We're back, and we're officially a year old! This week we bring you the first annual Monstark & Me Halloween Spooktacular, in which we scare ourselves more than a little bit...