On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Kyle and the boys mourn the passing of a local venue, talk about Ron Jeremy’s love of natural wood, and play DICTION-ARIUM with Riggard! Plus new music from The Instatute, an all new Brunch Weekly Original Single, and much more!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Kyle, Justin, and Zach are joined by Twitch Streamer/Swedish-American EgoViking to talk video games, being polite, and beer artwork. Plus music from Colorado based punk group The Midnight Horrors and an all new Brunch Weekly Original Single!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, it’s Cinco de Mayo and the boys are sipping on some Mexican beverages, writing Spanish dance music, and talking with local pop punk musician Ted Felicetti of Don’t Panic (formerly of Split Fifty, Short Wave Radio).
On this special episode of LMAYAQ featuring Kyle Moucha of the podcast Kyle Moucha Wont Shut Up!, Host Anthony asks: What is your favorite Broadway show? Do you have any memories associated with said show? Joined by Moot.tv regulars Producer EJ and the Gregaman, expect some mango love on this episode of Let Me Ask You A Question. The break music was “I’m not ok with this” by Kyle Moucha/Brunch which can be heard on YouTube here.
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, the boys drink beer, talk potential prequels that never happened, listen to new and old music, and see how much it would cost for James to get a Five Finger Death Punch tattoo. Check it out!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, Justin, Zach, and Kyle are joined by Mikey Martino to discuss the films they’ve never gotten around to watching, plus music from ONEMANSHO and the final pop punk song off the latest Brunch album!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, the quarantine life continues as the boys write more pop punk music, feature a song from San Diego’s Death of an Astronaut, and discuss the Brunch Guide to Spring music!
On this episode of Kyle Moucha Won’t Shut Up, the boys keep on trudging through this crazy world we’re all living in! The trio discusses street racing accidents, what to watch during quarantine, and the freedom of flatulence. More pop punk from Brunch, plus a single from Swedish pop singer Francis Moon!