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60 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
26 - Run-DMC, Aerosmith & Funerals
It's our twenty-sexyth episode and we cannot believe WW3 is looming. Digo's report is about the Second Lines/Jazz Funerals of New Orleans. Caleb's lesson plan covers New York's hip hop group: Run-DMC, and the bad boys from Boston: Aerosmith, and their collaboration on "Walk this Way" written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry.
5 minutes | Mar 12, 2022
OUT NOW: "Dazzler" by Caleb Hacker
Caleb's just released a new single: "Dazzler." Listen to Dazzler on Spotify. On March 25, his other release: "Confetti" will drop. Full EP will be available April 8th, 2022.For more info, check out CALEBHACKER.COM
110 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
25 - Rihanna & the Murder of Abraham Shakespeare + THE REVIEW
It's our twenty-fifth episode and Resident Evil is in the air. Digo's report is about the murder of Santa Abraham Shakespeare. Caleb's lesson plan covers the Barbadian singer, actress, fashion designer, and businesswoman: Rihanna and her No.1 hit "Umbrella" written by Christopher Stewart, Terius Nash, Kuk Harrell, and Shawn Carter.PLUS: Stay tuned after our usual True Crime and Music History for a whole new segment: THE REVIEW. In this segment, Digo & special guest Jesse review the latest Oculus Quest 2 release of Resident Evil 4 VR.
83 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
24 - A-ha, the Amazon!
It's our twenty-fourth episode and yay! to Digo having finally seen the new James Bond film No Time to Die. Digo's report is about the Amazon rainforest and a few superheroes down there... Caleb's lesson plan covers the Norwegian synth-pop band A-ha and their No.1 hit "Take On Me" written by Magne Furuholmen, Morten Harket, and Pål Waaktaar.For more about Caleb & Digo:ANTSHUMANSSTARS.COM
102 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
23 - Radiohead, Heavy Metal & Sebastian
It's our 23rd episode and we're excited to have hosted a special guest and friend of the podcast: Sebastian. We dived into Heavy Metal with the help of our guest Sebastian and Caleb also covered the English rock band Radiohead and their No. 1 hit "Creep" written by Thom Yorke. Digo gave his report about the most expensive adolescent fantasy revenge fulfillment wet dream ever to slither onto a screen, Heavy Metal, the 1981 Canadian-American film directed by Gerald Potterton produced by Ivan Reitman.
125 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
22 - Stevie Wonder & the Olympics
It's our twenty-second episode and congratulations to all of the Olympians! Except for one in particular: Alen Hadzic, he can go fuck himself. Digo's report is about the sexual misconduct surrounding the Olympics and its blatant disregard for humanity. Yup, you read that right. Caleb's lesson plan covers the American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, musical genius, a virtual one-man band, pioneer and child prodigy: Stevie Wonder and his No.1 hit "I Just Called to Say I Love You" written and produced by the legend himself.About the PodcastTwo colorful gay dudes. Caleb, an artist with a story to tell, and Digo, a digital nomad. We'll cover true crime, music history and other interesting stories. Have a listen and learn something cool.ANTSHUMANSSTARS.COM
80 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
21 - Janet Jackson & Freedom Summer
It's our twenty-first episode and Digo is ready for them Popeyes chicken nuggets. Billionaires are in space, and honestly...just stay up there. Digo's report is about Freedom Summer and the murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman & Michael Schwerner (Mississippi Burning murders). Caleb's lesson plan is about the American singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer [DRUM ROLL PLEASE]: Janet Damita Jo Jackson (or Miss Jackson if you nasty) and her #1 hit "Rhythm Nation" written by Janet Jackson, James Harris III, & Terry Lewis.
109 minutes | Jul 10, 2021
Questions & Sometimes Answers with Caleb, Digo & Jamal
Questions & Sometimes Answers (Q&A Bonus Episode)You ask us questions, and we sometimes answer. Sometimes. The ones we feel like answering. When we get around to it. Algunos. De ves en cuando.Special Guest: Jamal MillerAlso with us today is our very special guest !Jamal Miller! the author of "Gays in the Life,” a lifestyle blog discussing topics in marriage, relationships, life as a young professional, and adventures in living a healthier lifestyle. https://gaysinthelife.com/Jamal is also one the members of "Thanks for Coming" a Rupaul’s Drag Race Podcast, serving you all the tea, shade, and biscuits you need to keep up with ALL things #DragRace.https://thanksforcomingpodcast.com/Preview MacGyver/SG-1 Audio SeriesAlso, stick around till the end of the episode to preview the MacGyver/SG-1 Audio Series podcast! Love MacGyver? Love Stargate? Then this is the show for you!Col. Jack O'Neill has been given a gift. The knowledge that he has a twin brother. He's not just anyone though. His brother is MacGyver! Get ready for a new ongoing adventure as worlds collide and new bonds are made. Get ready for MacGyver/SG-1 An Independent Audio Series!https://twitter.com/macsg1series
123 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
Bonus: Pride Month 2021 & Jesse
It's our special Pride Month 2021 episode! Digo, Caleb & special guest Jesse dive into Advocate.com's "10 Reasons I Love Being Gay (And You Should Too!)" By Tyler Batson. We rip it to shreds, voice our opinions and get to know each other a little better as queer men in our 30s. Thanks for joining us Jesse, we had a great time!Our Special Guest:Jesse is Digo's best buddy from Spain, though he's not Spanish. They met roughly 6 years ago in Spain and have been dancing, skating, drinking and smokin' together every summer since (except during ... you know ... the THING). We hope to have him back on our podcast soon!
83 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
20 - Outkast & the Zoot Suit Riots
It's our twentieth episode and yes: now that Digo is back in the states, Caleb & Digo have gone out to Popeyes. Digo's report is about the Zoot Suit Riots in Los Angeles. Caleb talked about the American hip hop duo Outkast and their #1 hit (and one of the greatest songs of the 2000s) "Hey Ya!" written & produced by André 3000.
69 minutes | May 30, 2021
19 - Cyndi Lauper & the Florida Everglades
It's our nineteenth episode and Digo is back in the states! Digo's report is about the Florida Everglades and murder of Bobby Kent. Caleb talked about the American singer, songwriter, actress and activist Cyndi Lauper and her signature 1983 track "Time After Time" written by Cyndi Lauper & Rob Hyman.
78 minutes | May 13, 2021
18 - Israel, Palestine & Marvin Gaye II
It's our eighteenth episode and we want to thank all of our new followers and listeners! Digo's report is about the current crisis in Israel/Palestine. Caleb talked about the American singer-songwriter Marvin Gaye and his iconic 1971 hit "What's Going On" written by Al Cleveland, Renaldo Benson, & Marvin Gaye.P.S. Digo also covered Marvin Gaye's tragic murder in Season 1, Episode 4: TLC & Marvin Gaye.
69 minutes | May 1, 2021
17 - May Day & Tears for Fears
It's our seventeenth episode and who's ready for Lockdown Season 2? The pandemic is real ya'll. Keep on wearing them masks. Digo's report is about May Day and the long history of the international festival that later married with the worker's movement in the early 20th century. Caleb talked about the English pop rock band Tears for Fears and their 1985 hit "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" written by Roland Orzabal, Ian Stanley, and Chris Hughes.
90 minutes | Apr 17, 2021
16 - Tina Turner & Ecocide
It's our sixteenth episode and Costa Rica has hit the rainy season ya'll. Digo's report is about the newest addition to crimes against humanity: Ecocide. Caleb talked about the Queen of Rock & Roll, the singer, the songwriter, and the actress Tina Turner and her 1984 hit "What's Love Got to Do with It" written by Terry Britten & Graham Lyle.
71 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
15 - Colonial Parkway Murders & Lady Marmalade
It's out fifteenth episode and we hope you got your stimulus checks. Digo talked about his close encounter with the Colonial Parkway murder mystery, and Caleb talked about the famous all-female vocal group Labelle and their glam rock classic "Lady Marmalade" written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan.
49 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
14 - BIPOC Missing-Persons, Simon & Garfunkel
It's our fourteenth episode and we're thinking the OJ trial had a better chance to convict than the Trump impeach trial ever did. SMH. Digo talked about how people of color get less attention than whites when they go missing and Caleb talked about the famous American folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel and their hit "Bridge over Troubled Water" written by Paul Simon.
65 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Bonus: Black History Month 2021
It's our special Black History Month episode! Digo told Caleb about 6 personal experiences of mixed race people in the United States and Caleb told Digo about the queen of soul, Aretha Franklin, and her 1967 hit: Respect written by Otis Redding.
102 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
13 - The Proud Boys & Britney Spears
It's our thirteenth episode and we're already looking around for that 2021 return packaging. Digo told Caleb about the stupid yet dangerous Proud Boys terrorist group and Caleb told Digo about the princess of pop, Ms. Britney Spears and her classic "...Baby One More Time."
66 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
12 - Ravi Shankar & the Murder of Aarushi Talwar
It's our twelfth episode and our first episode of 2021! Digo is back in the USA and yes, Caleb & Digo have already gone to Popeyes. Caleb told Digo about the legendary sitar musician Ravi Shankar. Digo then told Caleb about the many languages of India and the murder of Aarushi Talwar.
86 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Bonus: Christmas 2020 Special
For our special holiday episode we talked about our favorite Christmas movies, Brenda Lee's Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree, the history of Christmas & the Christmas star.
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