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32 minutes | Nov 27, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 8 (Gooooooldberg)
It Hurts Inside is back after a long break. In Episode 8, Airwolf and Nate recap the epic, shocking shocking Survivor Series PPV.
57 minutes | Nov 12, 2016
The Grande Podcast with Brian and Nate - Episode 7
The Grande Podcast lives! The people have spoken and they want more Grande Podcast, so here is the long-awaited Episode 7. Nate and Brian talked about President Trump, skateboarding, and Nate's unusually active dating life.
72 minutes | Oct 3, 2016
Episode 24 - Alex Marvin Reyes
Nate met Alex when they were studying improv in LA and in a very un-LA move, they stayed in touch. Alex is a smart, talented, and tall guy. Nate and Alex talked about the gig economy, which lead to random discussion about public policy decisions. They segued into bioethics and Alex told Nate about all of the crazy science behind genetics and how we can customize our babies today. They ended the episode with a Trump rant, did a little Trump-inspired improv, and finished the episode with "Europa" by Santana.
70 minutes | Sep 25, 2016
Episode 23 - Ariel Adams
In Episode 23, Nate interviewed Ariel Adams. He's the owner, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief of ablogtowatch.com, the largest luxury watch blog on the internet. Ariel introduced himself (6:30) and Nate talked about his own watch collection (10:00). Ariel explained the luxury watch industry's "grey market" (18:30) and then they talked about Nate's new Tudor North Flag (21:00). Ariel talked about his interest in the developing market for smart watches (23:30). The conversation pivoted away from watches, and Nate asked Ariel how he deals with being labeled as "the kid" in the industry (32:00). Ariel explained how the growth of his site and his access to the watch industry are interrelated (35:00) and. Then, they had a long conversation about grit (37:00). Nate asked Ariel to talk about his dream watch (1:03:30) and they finished the episode with "My Way" by Frank Sinatra.
29 minutes | Sep 22, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 7 (Blacklash!)
In Episode 7, Nate B and Airwolf talk about CM Punk, Backlash, preview Clash of Champions, and gush over the CWC.
58 minutes | Sep 18, 2016
Episode 22- A.J. Condosta
A.J. Condosta is a drummer for Voodoo Glow Skulls, Hit the Switch, and Jughead’s Revenge. He’s also a manager at Wicks Brewing Co. in Riverside, CA. Nate and AJ sat down at Wicks, on Labor Day, and talked about punk rock and beer. He introduced himself (7:30) and talked about his recent headlining gig at the Muddy Roots Festival in Tennessee (8:30). He talked about his touring schedule (11:00), the upcoming Hit the Switch record and the future of the band (12:00). He also discussed drumming for Voodoo Glow Skulls and Jughead’s Revenge. (15:45). He talked about the lesson that he learned when he drummed for a major label band and how it helped him to appreciate the punk scene (21:30). Nate and A.J. shifted to a discussion about beer and how he got involved with Wicks (26:30), the Wicks beer selection(30:00) and his favorite beers other than Wicks (33:00). He also listed off places to buy Wicks outside of the Wicks brew pub (36:00). Getting back to punk rock, A.J talked about the first punk bands that he heard as a young kid, his first bands, (37:45) and his drumming influences (44:45). Nate and A.J. talked about getting old and going into the pit and their favorite bands that are playing today (48:00). A.J. talked about his musical bucket list (49:30). They closed the show by talking about the importance of Hot Water Music, A.J.’s HWM sleeve,and played Remedy by HWM (55:00).
52 minutes | Sep 11, 2016
Episode 21 - Todd Pemble
Todd Pemble is a co-host of The Nerd Life Crisis Podcast. In Episode 21, he sat down with Nate B in his home in Riverside, CA to talk about various nerdy topics. After introducing himself (6:00), he talked about his love of Star Wars (8:30), working in a movie theater (13:00) and his love of horror movies (13:00). Nate and Todd talked about fan conventions (19:30). Todd talked about painting KISS makeup onto lawn gnomes (23:30). Nate asked Todd to explain the source of his optimism (27:30). Todd talked about his dominance of Halloween costume parties (29:15). Nate and Todd talked about comic books (36:00). The also talked about The Walking Dead (39:00). They finished the show by talking about Tim Barry and played Thing of the Past.
32 minutes | Sep 10, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 6 (ft. Troy Russell)
Troy Russell is an independent professional wrestler who was trained by Canadian wrestling legend Lance Storm. In Episode 6 of It Hurts Inside, he Skyped in to Nate and Airwolf (who called in on Google Hangouts) and they talked about his emergence in the Northeast indy wrestling scene. Troy introduced himself (0:03) and the guys talked about intro music (1:00) and Troy’s favorite wrestlers (215). Troy explained how he got into Lance Storm’s training academy and his experiences in training (5:45) as well as how he improves his skill set now that his three months of training are over (11:00). He talked about his ring work since the end of his training (13:30), what goes on in his mind when he’s in the ring (15:00), and how much time he gets to plan a match (17:30). Troy talked about making friends with big-name wrestlers. He explained his character and talked about his ring style and his finisher. The show ended with a discussion on MMA influences in professional wrestling and CM Punk’s UFC debut (22:30).
57 minutes | Sep 3, 2016
Episode 20 - Brian Moses
In Episode 20, Nate sat down with Brian Moses at the World Famous Comedy Store for a NSFW interview. Brian is the producer and curator of the Roast Battle. Comics trade insults every Tuesday night in the Comedy Store Belly Room and after only three years, Roast Battle has taken the world by storm, leading to a four-day run on Comedy Central. In the interview, Brian introduced himself, talked about the feedback that he's received after the show aired on national TV and how the show ended up on TV. He talked about getting rejected by over 40 networks shortly after the show started. He talked about how Roast Battle had to adapt to TV, how the audience and comics have to leave their sensitivities at the door before a battle, and how the roster of battlers gathered material for the Comedy Central tournament. He gave props to "The Wave", which adds a level of insane energy that's impossible to replicate, duplicate, or imitate. Brian also discussed his role in producing the show and how he had to learn to trust television executives. Nate and Brian discussed how the audience and roasters set aside political correctness and attack each other in places where they've been attacked by more hateful people their entire lives, but the setting allows it to happen without s hurtful or offensive malice. Brian discussed how the success of the show has changed him, drops names of the many celebrities who have showed up on Tuesday nights, and he listed his comedic influences. We ended the show with "It was a Good Day" by Ice Cube.
32 minutes | Sep 1, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 5 (KOMania)
In Episode 5 of It Hurts Inside, Nate and Airwolf celebrated the rise of Kevin Owens (1:00). They questioned the ability of WWE to grow its own superstars (11:00), touched on the incredible CWC (14:00), and talked about the credibility of the mid-card titles (15:00). The made predictions for the Smackdown tag team tournament (19:00) and previewed Backlash (22:00). To end the episode, Airwolf gave props to the Headbangers and Nate shouted out to the first fan who posted on the Facebook page.
67 minutes | Aug 28, 2016
Episode 19 - Guns N’ Roses Concert Recap
Nate B saw Guns N' Roses at Dodger Stadium and it completely rocked his world. In Episode 19, Nate interviewed Eric Mace and Earl Skakel, who also saw GNR live. Eric's interview starts at 9:30. Earl's interview starts at 43:30. Blatant copyright with Night Train (5:00), Estranged (34:20), and Welcome to the Jungle (1:02:45).
64 minutes | Aug 28, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 4 (Summer Slam Recap)
In Episode 4, Nate and Air Wolf break down Summer Slam. This PPV really did hurt inside.
76 minutes | Aug 20, 2016
Episode 18 - Ryan Young
In Episode 18, Nate interviewed Ryan Young. Ryan is busy. He's the front man for Off With Their Heads. He dishes out advice on his Anxious and Angry podcast. He sells records and t-shirts on Anxiousandangry.com. He runs the 4th Shift Press screen printing shop. After Nate's long intro (ending at about 10:00), he played People II 2: Still Peoplin' by AJJ and the interview started at about 13:00. Ryan explained how he ended up giving advice to his listeners (16:30). He talked about how he started screen printing and gave advice on how to succeed at anything (19:00). He discussed how he runs Off With Their Heads (25:30). He talked about how to stay healthy on tour (31:00). Ryan explained why he left Minnesota (35:00), which segued into life in LA and the stand up comedy scene (38:30). He talked about pressing the ten-year anniversary edition of Hospitals (52:30) and how he likes to give fans something unique to hold on to (57:00). Nate and Ryan talked more about how he's helped people who ask him for advice (1:06:00) and they finish the episode by playing Devil Town by Daniel Johnston (1:13:00).
66 minutes | Aug 14, 2016
Episode 16 - Jordan Salazar
In Episode 16, Nate B interviewed Jordan Salazar, front man of Vultures United. The talked about how they met each other at The Fest (5:50), Jordan's massive CD collection (8:00), and his experience as a record store owner at The Pirate Record Company (9:35). They also talked about the first CDs that they owned (16:23), their experiences as punks in high school (20:30). Jordan talked about how the crowd or even his band impacts his stage presence (31:30), how Vultures United got signed to Red Scare Industries after touring England and recording a BBC Session (34:14), and his experience playing The Fest (42:30). Jordan discussed the two new songs that Vultures United just release, the Girls LP, and the upcoming double record (47:40). He talked about his connection to Bullet Treatment (52:55) and they ended the show by playing Bomb Diffusion by Treadwell (58:15). Check out Vultures United when they play in Santa Ana in Augustand listen to theirtwo new songs.
49 minutes | Aug 14, 2016
Episode 17 - Solo Mission!
No guest in Episode 17. Nate B hasn't done an interview in a few weeks. Rather than keep you waiting, he went Bill Burr and just talked for a while. What's in the episode? Listen and find out.
30 minutes | Aug 13, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 3
In Episode 3, Nate and Air Wolf talk about the NXT Takeover: Brooklyn II main event and some of the problems that NXT call-ups face when they get to the main roster (1:30), the return of the jobbers (7:00), and Dean Ambrose's appearance on the Stone Cold Podcast (9:00). Nate read his top 10 wrestlers in face paint and Air Wolf mocked his efforts (12:30) and they finished the show by reviewing the main event from WrestleMania I.
30 minutes | Aug 5, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 2 (ft. Air Wolf)
In Episode 2 of It Hurt Inside, Air Wold called Nate B and they discussed the Dolph Ziggler and Dean Ambrose Smackdown Live promo (1:30). They tried to predict which match would headline Summer Slam, gushed over Shinsuke Nakamura (9:15), and discussed the state of NXT (12:00) and the outlook for the WWE in the wake of the brand extension (15:30). Air Wolf asked Nate to watch the classic match-up between Mankind and Shawn Michaels from In Your House: Mindgames in 1996 (20:15) and Air Wolf ended the episode by telling everyone to watch the main event from Episode 4 of the WWE Cruiserweight Classic (29:00).
30 minutes | Jul 29, 2016
It Hurts Inside - Episode 1 (ft. Eric Steven)
Episode 1 of Nate B's newest podcast is online! It Hurts Inside is a weekly podcast where Nate talks to his friends about professional wrestling. In Episode 1, Nate brought in Eric Steven, host of the wildly popular Skooks of Hazard Podcast. Eric is an encyclopedia of wrestling knowledge. Nate tried to talk about Earthquake vs. Adam Bomb from WrestleMania X, but Eric wasn't having it. They talked about the Attitude Era, their biggest markout moments, debated the death fo kayfabe, and Eric's son even dropped by.
47 minutes | Jul 22, 2016
The Grande Podcast with Brian and Nate - Episode 6
Episode 6 is here and Brian and Nate tell stories about dating disasters. And Brian tells a story about the one time when he banged it out on a 4-wheeler. Enjoy this one!
65 minutes | Jul 17, 2016
Episode 15 - Charles Moran
In Episode 15, Nate B interviewed Charles Moran, an artist from the Pennsylvania Coal Regions who has art in galleries and conventions across the United States. Charles illustrates commissioned concert and tour posters for venues and bands as well as horror-themed posters. His clients include R5 Productions, the Electric Factory, Deftones, and comedian. Patton Oswalt. He also sells his work at horror conventions like Monster Mania and Days of the Dead and you can find his work at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Charles introduced himself (4:30), discussed how he got started making concert posters and some of the bands that he's worked with (12:30), and tells a story about this first experience at Flatstock (15:00). Nate and Charles also talked about life in the Coal Region and how he survives it (25:00). Charles named his artistic influences (45:00) and explained his creative process (50:00). Nate and Charles ended the show with Lifer by Deftones. You can find Charles online@horrorprints on Instagram,zomic.org, and horrorprints.com and he'll be at Monster Mania Con in August and Days of the Dead in November.
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