One of the few episodes I've re-recorded, I look at the what I believe to be the state of the video game industry through the lens of what I've played recently: Kingdom Hearts 3, Horizon Zero Dawn, Spider-Man, Soul Calibur 6, Hitman 2, and The Witcher 3. I also provide a brief history of my own gaming experiences, and what influence they've provided in terms of story-telling. Also, thanks to Call Me Kevin, RT Games, Witcher George, and Brian David Gilbert at Polygon for the inspiration.
Well hot dog, only two days late! The audio and PS4 video kept falling out of sync for some reason (I suspect something fucky with Audacity) so this took a loooong time to edit. Regardless, here's me as a flamingo. I'm playing Spider-Man right now, and it's fucking beautiful. Also playing Soul Calibur 6. What are you guys playing?
In a late(!) episode, I talk about the often-ignored weirdness of Christmas favourite, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Stupid and silly. Have fun, everybody!
Better late than never? Here, I chat about the recent controversy surrounding the cartoon of Serena Williams, and comparisons to the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo. Also, I bring up the reporting around Louis CK's first set back since he admitted to sexual misconduct, and build on my dislike of inaccurate and misleading reporting from last episode. Plus, at the end of the episode, check out a preliminary mix from the upcoming Dead Weight Citizens Brigade album!
I chat with Arc Iris members Zach Tenorio Miller and Ray Belli about comedy, their careers, the writing process, the state of the industry, as well as a whole bunch of other shit. We recorded outside the Central Saloon in Seattle before their show. It was really fun interview and thank you to the band. Arc Iris is an experimental dream pop band out of Providence, Rhode Island, founded by ex-The Low Anthem frontwoman, Jocie Adams. Zach plays keys and Ray drums, and they recently toured with New Zealand powerhouse, Kimbra.
I yap about updates with projects, my stand-up show which starts in May, money laundering and the Vancouver real estate market, Bill Cosby, and Michelle Wolf's controversial monologue at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Vancouver/ Toronto comedian, David James "DJ" Roy and I sat down to talk about his life of homelessness, comedy, being on the periphery of "the scene", the Vancouver housing crisis, his porn career, and a plethora of other things. Heads up: The audio quality is super sub-par; not sure what happened, but my apologies. It was a fun talk. I hope you can understand it. Check out DJ: https://www.opencomedy.com/davidjamesroy
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I met JJ Caithcart at his store, SCRAPE Records, October 7, 2010. Fresh out of high school, I became addicted to music, heavy metal in particular, and learning more and more, and JJ fed that addiction with aplomb. Over the next six years, I spent countless hours there, hanging out, talking, learning, listening, and was privileged enough to help with in-store meet-and-greets with bands like Gojira, and Devin Townsend. We talk the fate of the store, the record industry in general, and his partnership with Vancouver metal band, Zimmer's Hole. Below, you can find links to a Zimmer's Hole pre-order on Indiegogo, as well as other Scrape Records media. Check it out! Relaunch: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/scrape-records-launching-scrape-the-record-label#/ SCRAPE Records site: http://scraperecords.com/ SCRAPE on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SCRAPErecords/?ref=br_rs Zimmer's Hole's Official Page: https://www.facebook.com/zimmersholeofficial/?ref=br_rs
I'm a weirdo and had a dream about Devin Townsend after our chat.
Talking about the gorilla in Cincinnati, the controversial X-Men: Apocalypse billboard, Rose McGowan, and an update on Dead Weight Citizens Brigade and shows.
Descriptive titles are the bee's knees.
Not entirely happy with this episode, but it needed to come out I guess.
Talking about mental illness, society and my own experience.
A "Moorey Minute" is an undefined unit of measuring time. Subject: Sexiest comedian in the world, Nicole Arbour
First episode of the Taylor Moorey Show; a study of outrage culture.
My extremely nuanced opinion on Louis CK's sexual misconduct, recorded at night on Thursday the 9th. It's not that nuanced, I just wanted to say "nuanced". Nuance. Emily joins me about ten minutes in to talk about our feelings concerning CK's misconduct, our reactions as fans, and what the future holds. I am depressed,…