The boys are back with the premier of Season Four! Returning guest Michael Martino takes a seat in the big chair as the gang discusses the most underrated movies of the last decade. PLUS: Music from PA Punk Rockers “Don’t Panic”, the start of Brunch’s new Math-Rock album “The Epitome of Definition”, and much more!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! the boys wrap up Season Three the way it opened, writing music with Mean Mark Miller. Kyle tests the others’ knowledge of the show itself and the gang discusses the new Star Wars film. Merry Bitchin’ Christmas!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! Justin, Zach, and Kyle team you with regular guest Jameso to bring you a punk rock elf protest song, and then drink some good beer for a change. The guys then… Continue Reading
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! the holiday season is in full swing as the trio put forth their first ever cover song, going a little heavy and trippy on the classical Christmas tune We Three Kings. Plus Kyle has a new obsession with trees falling under the weight of ice and the guys discuss The Mandalorian.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! the boys write another Christmas single, and it’s a crooning good ole fashioned fun time tune. Tesla’s CyberTruck and the music of Beck are discussed, and plenty of other bullshit.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! the boys are joined by tattoo artist Dom Trimboli and gallery artist Dennis Andreevich Protsouk to talk local favorite punk band Bigwig, the different areas of the art world they operate in, and the 1960 film “Swiss Family Robinson”.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! Zach, Justin, and Kyle are joined by Marissa and Anna from the podcast “…But What Do We Know?” to discuss the paranormal, conspiracy theories, and true crime. Chesty Malone and the… Continue Reading
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up! it’s Halloween season and the boys are joined by Richard Blackmore to taste some new candy from Grandpa Joe’s, listen to German rock music, and release another death-pop single.