Our homies from The Underground Podcast, which as you probably already know is hosted by Ned & Fitz out of Australia, just released their latest podcast featuring Majik Ninja Entertainment’s artists, Gorilla Voltage.
Here’s a little synopsis of the episode:
We talk exclusively with Gorilla Voltage’s Mr Grey and ClockworC ahead of their debut Majik Ninja Entertainment release “Ape-X”. We get to know the label’s newest group a little more and discuss signing to the label, recording the album, their name change, what the future holds and a bunch more!
The Murder Master Music Show was first started in 2004 by Prezident Bejda with the intentions of preserving real underground hiphop as well making sure that the legends and pioneers were represented. The original show lasted until 2007, but in 2012 Prez brought it back and since has added A Co-Host named Mac Jay of Underground Society. The show has been featured on Siccness.net, HiphopDX, XXL, Allhiphop, MSNBC, SOHH, AOL, BET, Worldstar, Vladtv, NY Post.Thisis50, and just about every other major rap media outlet. The Murder Master Music Show is part of the UGS Radio family which houses other shows such as Underground Saturday Night, C.O.R., Slaughter Hour and Skinnymaine on da Rant. All shows run at 9pm CST and can be heard at http://www.ugs4life.com/
Synopsis:Shrouded in mystery and folklore, the bizarre and frightening tales of Saginaw County’s most infamous urban legend, Dice Road, have been passed down from generation to generation.For decades, thrill seekers have dared to venture onto its grounds as a rite of passage, their encounters only adding to the mythology.However popular, Dice Road’s most prolific and profound story has remained untold, until now.Witness the journey unfold as investigators reopen the most documented paranormal case in U.S. history, in an attempt to solve a mystery spanning four decades.
An entire year of investigation, multiple law enforcement agencies, hundreds of police reports, months of undercover surveillance, thousands of man hours, numerous polygraphs, a string of mysterious fires, a series of unexplained explosions, life threatening injuries, and one family’s worst fears realized.
• Despite the efforts of multiple law enforcement agencies, the case has remained unsolved to this day.
• For the first time in history, a state Fire Marshall determined the cause of a fire to be “humanly impossible.”
• A major university was brought in to document the supernatural phenomenon occurring in the home.
• Although parapsychologists deemed it “poltergeist activity”, the community believed it to be something far more sinister.
Our Twiztid homie, Jamie Madrox was recently interviewed on the rock/metal based Talk Toomey Podcast!
I have not had the chance to listen to this yet and therefore cannot write up a run-down of what was said, but the show notes that were sent to us should be sufficient.
You can check out the full episode of the podcast by CLICKING HERE or check it out below.
Skip ahead to the 30:00 mark to hear that Madrox interview.
Talk Toomey – Metal Podcast
Ep. 89 Jamie Madrox (Twiztid)
February 21, 2017
Jamie Madrox of Twiztid calls into the podcast this week. Jamie talks to the guys about the elaborate new makeup scheme from the new video for “Kill Somebody” that was created by artist Kay Pike. Mike asks about if they still like the anonymity of wearing the makeup a la KISS in the 70s. Toomey asks about the legacy of Twiztid at the Gathering of the Juggalos and Jamie talks fondly of the 17 years they performed at each of the shows. Jamie answers if they are still considered Juggalos after breaking from Psychopathic Records and he goes on to talk about what he learned from the Insane Clown Posse when it comes to business. Jamie also talks about the upcoming plans for a possible run of shows playing “The Continuous Evilution of Lifes ?’s” in it’s entirety.
The guys also talk about touring musicians and the epidemic of gear getting stole. They also weigh in the countless GoFundMes that are popping up in conjunction. Josh and MIke break down the Lady Gaga and Metallica fiasco at the Grammys.