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Day 185 - Nikita Crump and Billie Webb

Nikita Crump and Billie Webb are best friends, content creators, TikTok stars and soon to be reality stars who just so happen to live in their cars. Dare I say more successfully than most people might live in a house or an apartment. Aside from a myriad ...

Day 184 - Knowing Your Schiff with Mark Schiff

Absolutely loved having Mark Schiff on Dystopia Tonight! He’s got an amazing podcast called - @You Don't Know Schiff so getting him to take the time to chat with us about his amazing career was great. His book “I killed” which he penned with another gues...

Day 183 - Lobster Party with Angel Yau

Angel and I both started our comedy careers at the same time which probably makes her one of my oldest friends in comedy. I love getting to chat with her because no matter how much time has gone by since we've seen each other we pick right up from wherev...

Music

Day 182 - The Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer

The Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer joined me on Dystopia Tonight to talk about their experiences touring, meeting some heroes, their humble beginnings, going solo, their new album and pretty much any and all tangents that we could have gone on were take...

Day 181 - SCOUT

I could legitimately talk to Lea Emmery (SCOUT) all day long. One of the easiest conversations I've had to date with one of my favorite singer/songwriters. I think I may have told her more than once how much I love her former band Kid Wave, so we obvious...

Comedy Actor

Day 180 - Richard Chassler

Richard Chassler is an actor, comedian, and writer who’s worked with the best of’em and has stories for days as his career and talent has allowed him to traverse through almost every facet of show business. We talk about his passion for stand-up, his beg...

Day 179 - Dave Alvin

Dave Alvin’s got a career the spans over 5 decades . I’m thrilled Dystopia Tonight got to be a pit stop within his ever expanding, legendary career. His new book comes out in September, and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. We talk about his start ...

Day 178 - Beth Broderick

Beth Broderick is one of those celebrities who, if you’re lucky enough to have her as a guest on your show you’re going to be flooded with messages saying how much they loved her growing up on Sabrina The Teenage Witch as everyone’s beloved aunt Zel...

Music

Day 177 - Quantifying The Mysteries of Life with John Doe

Man, having John Doe on Dystopia Tonight was a fucking blast. We covered just about everything from his incredible and varied career, his new album, touring, quantifying the mysteries of life, what people were fucking to in the 30s, hanging with John Wat...

Day 176 - Tom Dreesen ”Leaving The Neighborhood”

Tom Dreesen is a living legend in comedy and entertainment. Opening for Sinatra and being one of the few individuals to actually get close enough to call him a friend and father figure is extraordinary enough but Tom’s career expands beyond that. Opening...

Day 175 - Jamie Kennedy

Jamie Kennedy was a blast to talk to on Dystopia Tonight! It’s always a good time when another comedian who has also got a killer podcast (“Hate To Break it to Ya with Jamie Kennedy”) comes to hang out and shoot the shit for a bit. We do a deep dive into...

Day 174 - Knock Knock Give A Sock with Adina Lichtman

Adina Lichtman is a young philanthropist and founder of the non-profit Knock Knock Give A Sock (KKGS). Adina’s goal is to reimagine the concept of “charity” and how members of a community care for one another. Rather than simply seeking donations, which ...

Day 173 - Bill Persky

Legendary Emmy Award Winning television writer, director and producer Bill Persky climbs out of the world behind the golden age of television to talk to us on Dystopia Tonight about his beginnings as a comedy writer for comedians with his writing partner...

Day 172 - Rolling In The Thunder with Amy Annelle

Loved getting to talk with Amy Annelle about her life and career on Dystopia Tonight. Truly a road warrior as her passion for music and performing kept her Van Lifing before Van Lifing was even a thing! She’s traversed the country performing anywhere tha...

Day 171 - From The Inside Out with Dan Dion

Dan Dion was once described by the late George Carlin as a photographer who takes a picture of you from the inside out. Which Dan has said is the greatest compliment he’s ever received. Nothing I say here can rival that so I’ll just add that having my fi...

Comedy Actor

Day 170 - A Mic, A Light And A Place To Stand with Robert Klein

An evening with Robert Klein wrapped in Dystopian foil and served to you via the internet is just what the comedy doctor ordered! Getting to digitally sit down with a legend is always a blast but with Robert it became illuminating in a way I had not expe...

Day 169 - Pandemic Pillow Talk With Summer Moore and Starr Session

Summer Moore and Star Session join us to talk about their new series Pandemic Pillow talk! "In a world where the standard method to find a suitable mate is swiping men holding dead fish, a levelheaded woman undertakes actual 'online' dating during a glob...

Comedy

Day 168 - Ukranian Comedian Sviat Zagaikevich

As comedians we’re constantly talking about or being talked about - the balls it takes for anyone to get on a stage alone for a given amount of time and try to make an audience laugh. But in Ukrainian comedian Sviat Zagaikevich’s case he and his fellow c...

Music

Day 167 - Scott Hessel

Loved having Scott Hessel on Dystopia Tonight! He’s been a drummer for the Gin Blossoms for over ten years and will continue his success with the band in their upcoming, “Last Summer on Earth” with Toad The Wet Sprocket and Barenaked Ladies! We talk hair...

Music

Day 166 - Jimmy Vivino

Jimmy Vivino was a blast to have on Dystopia Tonight! Larger than life, with great stories we covered all the basics, the joys of eating white paste, playdoh, recycling, Covid, the Beatles, the best foods to eat on the road, working with legends, his sta...

Comedy Actor

Day 165 - Melanie Chartoff

Melanie Chartoff first became famous for her comedy work on the ABC series Fridays, and in the 1990s Fox sitcom Parker Lewis Can't Lose. She voiced both Didi Pickles and Grandma Minka, Didi's mother on the Nickelodeon animated series Rugrats and All Grow...

Comedy

Day 164 - Jay Black

Jay Black is fucking hysterical and according to his wife, the most interesting man in the world for 5 minutes. However we got the pleasure of having him be both for a little over an hour on this episode of Dystopia Tonight.   Jay and I talk about the da...

Music

Day 163 - Francisco Martin

Great talk with Francisco Martin on Dystopia Tonight about his new album, life, American Idol, music, social media, art, traveling, friendship, finding yourself, dealing with anxiety, being true to who you are, his career, collaborations, dealing with th...

Music

Day 162 - Sarah Jaffe

Sarah Jaffe joins us on Dystopia Tonight and we tangent it the fuck-up! In case you don’t know who she is, which…come on guys keep up, she’s an extremely talented vocalist, singer/songwriter hailing from Denton, Texas who has worked across many musical g...