Thursday, May 14, 2015

May 14, 2015: The One Where Jameson's Hungover

This week Jay the Bartender stops by and we record much earlier than we are used to and talk about:
-Jay's new gig with Brew Crew Cycles
-A new dildo stores your loved one's ashes
-Talk about DC's TV universe including Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Gotham, etc
-Music from Anti-Flag, NOFX, Timeshares, Haunted Hacienda, Iron Chic, and more!


Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Las Vegas Wizard World 2015

Las Vegas Wizard World Comic Con was held this past April 24th-26th at the Las Vegas Convention Center and I was on hand on the 25th to cover it. I'm no stranger to either Comic Cons nor Las Vegas so I was pretty excited to see what this convention was going to hold. At first I pulled my (red?) Nissan rental car into the convention center's parking lot and proceeded to walk into the convention... the wrong convention. On the end of the convention center was the 2015 International Car Wash Expo. Not a lot of cosplay there, but plenty of middle aged men desperately trying to hide their receding hairlines and excited about the newest car wash soaps that were coming out. After wandering around a bit I walked outside the convention center to the complete opposite end and found my rightful destination at Wizard World.

I arrived at the convention about an hour or so after they opened doors due to a combination of my personal dislike for standing online and that I spent the previous night drinking a good amount of tequila, cider, and (for some unknown reason) rumple minze at the Halo Bar in Planet Hollywood. So the con was in full swing when I got there. One of the first things I saw as I was wandering around was BJ Britt aka "Agent Triplett" on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. posing for pictures with two guys cosplaying as S.H.I.E.L.D. foot soldiers. This was away from his booth and just on the floor which was pretty entertaining to me.
If you've ever been to New York Comic Con this event was about the size of Artist Alley at the Javits Center. If you've never been there, well google the floor plan. In the back were where the celebrities were signing autographs. The ones I noticed were Kevin Sorbo, Cassandra Peterson aka "Elvira" not done up as the Mistress of the Dark (which I guess she only does for certain events like the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender), the aforementioned BJ Britt, Kevin Conroy, Roman Reigns, and Dean Ambrose (who had the longest lined pictured below).
There was some cosplay at this event, but not nearly as much as you see at SDCC or NYCC. Which surprised me being that it's Vegas and people dress however they want there anyway. There was the expected store bought costumes, some good homemade ones, and the majority of them seemed to be The Walking Dead, but the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cosplayers were the best I saw led by a badass Skeletor.
I will say that this was definitely more on the lines of a "pop culture" convention than a comic convention. There were plenty of vendors selling collectibles from Star Wars to Marvel to DC to Pop Vinyls to that fake tattoo stuff the west coast seems to love so much. Comic books though were far and few between and there were even less artists represented here (which is my favorite part of any comic convention). I heard rumors from some of the locals that Wizard World and Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con failed to join forces or come to a deal for one large con and this was why there wasn't too much in the way of comics represented here.

If you want to meet celebrities and not wait on an eight hour line like you will in San Diego or New York City then this convention is definitely for you. Also, plenty of elbow room and none of that "con smell" that is prevalent at the larger cons. Unless you're looking forward to certain panels throughout the weekend you are better off just getting a one day pass to this event. All in all it was a good way to walk off the previous nights alcohol intake, check out some fun pop culture stuff, and avoid the desert sun. I should add that the ticket price is much more wallet friendly than all the other conventions I've gone to. Tommy the Green Power Ranger was there and there's also a monorail stop at the convention center for the monorail no one uses in Vegas because it's cheaper to take a cab.

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April 30th, 2015: The Purple One

On this installation of The Elvis & Alfred Show:
-Prince Performs a Surprise Show on Record Store Day.
-Top 74 Movies of the 80s
-Featuring Music from Timeshares, Daniel "The Best" Madsen, Good Riddance, We Are The Union, and The Real McKenzies


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Jameson reviews Adiron's "Frequency & Pressure"

So our friends in Adiron put out their first EP last week titled 'Frequency & Pressure', and our very own Jameson wrote up a review on it! You can find the album on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, or at their bandcamp page ( Get over there and give it a listen. The Elvis and Alfred Show approves!
Once in a while you get a chance to listen to a record and you think to yourself, I can't wait to hear more. That's the way I felt when I first listened to the recently released first EP from the band Adiron. 'Frequency & Pressure' was released last week on iTunes and I foresee this band doing big things in they're home base of Long Island. Formed last year after the split of Whiskey Hotel, frontman Shawn O'Connor joined back up with former The Legend Lives cohorts and brothers Lou (guitar) and Brian (drums) Pelosi. Along with Guitarist George Giosi (formerly Not So Broken) and newcomer Erik Jacobsen with his screams and harmonies, this group of heavy hitters got right down to business. It can be heard on the record that it is very much guitar driven, with both George and Lou switching off on bass (Yes they are in need of a solid Bass player!). Every track from first to last takes you on a whirlwind ride of shredding and rawness that has been missing from so many of the bands of recent that have come out and flopped. The chemistry between the powerful vocals of Shawn and Erik works so well and compliment each other perfectly. And lastly, the drumming of Brian is heavy and intricate enough to keep your head banging, and your air drumming constant and in check! I assure you that Adiron is one of those bands that have a fire under them to become a big name in the Long Island scene, and I for one cannot wait. - Jameson

Friday, April 17, 2015

April 16, 2015: We want our Golden Owl already!

This week's episode we return to the newly remodeled Half Penny Pub of Sayville and are joined by our friend Jill. Jameson is somewhere in Jersey.

-Elvis and Alfred talk about their Bug Out bags.
-The Bunny Ranch in Nevada are looking for "Secret Shoppers" for their brothel services.
-Dildo Waving Mad Man: Yet another reason for Jameson to fear the NYC subways.
-Golden Owl
-With music from Autopilot Off, Timeshares, Rancid, Iron Chic, The Vandals, and It Dies Today.


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Thursday, March 19, 2015

March 19, 2015: The one where Elvis plays music hungover while watching Supernatural.

This week's episode is an all music episode recorded by Elvis during St. Patrick's Day week between the above photographed Bayport-Blue Point Parade and St. Patrick's Day itself.

Featuring Music From:
-Blood or Whiskey, The Mahones, NOFX, Rancid, Flatfoot 56, Poor Richards, Less Than Jake, Adam's Atoms, Pentimento, The Dirty Panties, Descendents, Minor Threat
-Jackknife Stiletto, Agent Orange, Peccadilloes, Adolescents, Face to Face, Alkaline Trio, Catch 22, The Creepshow, Bayside, Timeshares, Backtrack, On The Offense, H2O, Anti-Flag
-The Menzingers, Taking Back Sunday, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Flak Jacket, Iron Chic, Bellwether, and I Am The Avalanche

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

February 26, 2015: Live from Ice Planet Hoth

This weeks show we record at O'Brien's Bar and Grill in Coram, NY featuring:

-Tom Delonge talking about UFOs and probably wearing a tinfoil hat. 
-Oscar Reviews, Mystery Tunnel in Canada, Evil Dead TV Series coming to Starz
-Vanilla Ice arrested for burglary in Florida
-Bayside song lyric "controversy"
-Featuring music from New Found Glory, Cursive, Bayside, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Get Up Kids, Dropkick Murphys, and more!

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

June 5th 2014

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- “The Sex Factor” Is The “American Idols” For Porn Stars, Winner Gets $1 Million Prize. We get Jameson to try out
- Girls Claim Slender Man Is Real, Accused Of Stabbing Friend 19 Times
- Music in this episode, Anti Flag, Crowbait, The Menzingers, Senses Fail

BEERFIELDS May 15th 2014

- We are live from The Great South Bay Brewery for Bayfest, the Craft Beer festival
- We interview the Brewer’s Collective about their upcoming Brewery and this years selection of craft beers.
- The Beer Amigos stop by and chat with us about their podcast and their love of beer

May 8th 2014

- Satanic Monument being built here in NY. Alfred is set on finding it.
- A Catholic man is crushed by a 98 foot tall crucifix falling on him
- A girl feeds semen filled cupcakes to bullies in school
- Powdered alcohol making its way to our noses
- Music from Paper and Plastic Records and Fat Wreck Chords

April 17th 2014


- Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman talks about bringing the character, Negan into the TV series.
- Police find seven dead babies in the garage of the worlds worst human being
- Phoenix mom who got high, drove off with baby on car roof gets 16 years of probation
- Alfred tells the story of being in foam party and making out with a mentally challenged girl.

April 10th 2014


- Wrestlemania reviews and The International Pillow Fight in NYC, The Ultimate Warrior’s death.
- We talk about Captain America the Winter Solider and other Comic Book news
- North Korea going nucking futs with killing officials with a flame thrower.
- Music in this episode, Thirsty!, Plow United, Memphis May Fire and From the Tony Sly Tribute album from Fat Wreck Chords.