WHINE & CHEESE 29: Idle Hands Will Kill

Tyler’s still MIA this week, so Joey and Mike are bringing you one we’ve been planning for awhile with Osker’s Idle Will Kill alongside the Devon Sawa classic Idle Hands. We discuss notable 3-pieces and 2-pieces, duos if you will. We reminisce on Punk-O-Rama and why Osker was so polarizing for an Epitaph band. During the break, we touch on a listener submitted pairing! Joey gets Amy Adams confused with Amy Smart while Mike swears up and down that they watched Leap Year together that they did not watch. Sawa’s buddy and Cheesy Alumni Seth Green makes a return to the podcast this week. Jessica Alba writes some pretty great… lyrics??? Poetry??? All that and more on this week’s WHINE AND CHEESE. (Go to LVAC’s Mall Madness on 8/17!)

Whine & Cheese: A Podcast About Whiny Records and Cheesy Movies began in Spring 2018. It is a love letter to all things whiny and cheesy from Rites of Spring to Hawthorne Heights, Varsity Blues to Fifty First Dates, and everything in between. Listen as the trio of Joey Breeding, Mike Paulshock, and Tyler Smith mix and match two of life’s great audio and visual pleasures.

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Thanks LVAC for the support!

Art by Jon Weed (check him out, he rules!)

Joey Breeding

Joey Breeding resides in Parts Unknown, Philadelphia where he co-hosts Whine & Cheese: a podcast about whiny records & cheesy movies in between watching professional wrestling 7 days a week. Joey is an appreciator of Devo, Dirty Work, actual wine, and actual cheese. Nicolas Cage is unironically & unapologetically his favorite person in film.
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