Everything

High Maintenance and Spring

In this episode of Everything Justin opens the show by explaining his world-changing new calendar. In the watching section Keith talks about his feelings on HBO's true crime mini-series The Jinx. The two move on to discuss the first season of the web series High Maintenance. They close out the watching segment with a discussion on the genre-bending Spring, and brief discussions of Backcountry and Lost for Life. Keith talks about how the second East of West trade paperback has reinvigorated his love for the series, while Justin discusses a Haim performance on David Letterman and how he can't shake a band's performance from their music. Finally, Justin recommends the band Houndstooth.

You can view Justin's re-structured calendar here.


Show rundown:

The Jinx: 13m 37s

High Maintenance: 16m 30s

Spring: 35m 18s

Backcountry: 54m 17s

Lost for Life: 56m 33s

East of West: 59m 03s

Haim: 01h 02m 35s

Recommendations: 01h 06m 50s


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The intro/outro music for the show was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Saga, The Manhattan Projects, East of West, and #MyNYPD

In this episode of Everything Keith and Justin discuss Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga, and Jonathan Hickman's The Manhattan Projects and East of West. After that they check in with Twitter and explore the #MyNYPD fiasco. Justin closes the show with two recommendations for Keith. Be sure to stick around after the credits for a scary surprise from Keith. 

Show rundown:

Saga: 8m

The Manhattan Projects: 31m 35s

East of West: 48m 04s

Twitter Trends: 56m

Recommendations: 1h 10m 10s

Justin's recommendations this week are the iOS games Monument Valley and Hearthstone.

For more on Third Life Crisis you can visit their website here, and subscribe to their podcast in iTunes here.

Music for the episode was found through the Free Music Archive and is provided by Johnny Hawaii and Waylon Thornton.

You can find more of Johnny Hawaii's work here:

Bad Panda #61 (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

You can find more of Waylon Thornton's work here:

 

Enemy and Mac DeMarco

In this episode of Everything Keith and Justin try to figure out the meanings behind Denis Villenueve's Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. We follow up with what's trending on Twitter, and afterwards discuss the Pitchfork article Mannish Boy about Mac DeMarco. Stick around after the credits where Justin details an encounter with his own doppelganger. 

Show rundown:

Enemy: 4m 40s

Twitter Trends: 49m 50s

Recommendations: 57m 20s

Keith's recommendation this week is Jonathan Hickman's East of West Volume 1.

Music for the episode was found through the Free Music Archive and is provided by Johnny Hawaii and Waylon Thornton.