On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Zach, Justin, and Kyle keep on keeping on with the second song in the Brunch pop punk ventures! Plus we focus on the great art coming out during this tumultuous time, and hear a new song for the UK’s own Lemon Venom!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Jameso joins the trio for another installment in our Shitty Beer Taste Test, this time the boys are drinking SEVEN YEAR OLD Coors Light, Busch, Miller Lite, Budweiser, Bud Light, and Corona. All of the beers were inappropriately aged on display at a local dive bar, so yeah… really tasty. Plus new pop punk music from Brunch and a featured single from Denver’s Hello, Mountain.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Kyle and the boys wrap up their math rock album “The Epitome of Definition” and welcome author/friend Gregory Lastra via Discord to discuss his recent success with his horror-comedy short script “The Hunt”. And Kyle talks. A lot.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Kyle and the boys are joined by local punk icon SteveO and Jen from “SteveO and The Crippling Addictions” to talk the local scene of days gone by. An all new Brunch Weekly Original Single from our Math Rock EP “The Epitome of Definition” plus the latest single from PhillyGreen!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, the boys are joined by the wonderful Amy Lee McMahon to discuss her life in yoga pants and working with both children and adults in this growing field. Plus more Math Rock and an all new Brunch Weekly Original Single.
Alicia and Bossman Kroog join the boys to talk music, life, and love. The gang discusses the Super Bowl half time show, people who say “true story”, and the finer points of sleeping with a shapeshifter. NEPA’s acoustic based indie artist Sweetnest debuts their new single “Detached” off their split EP “Bearings”, plus a new Brunch Weeklg Original Single. Mathematical!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, A man known only as Just1Kurt joins the show for a very special episode. Kyle has to eat The Mystery Meat and Kurt has to drink The Questionable Quencher. Music from Folian and Brunch, plus random questions abound!
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!