Best of 2018! Double length episode with our best of 2018 picks across all categories. Follow us on Twitter @glopodcast if you want a recap of all of our picks and more that don’t make the episodes!
Back from the dead! Sorry it’s been so long but life has been getting in the way with deaths in the family etc. We make up for lost time with tons of picks! We discuss the latest podcasts, TV, books and films including the new Netflix Sabrina series, the Cali wildfires, ramen and tacos in SF, Mark H corrupts Santos with Three Wives One Husband on Netflix, Eric recommends two amazing books The Sisters Brothers and The Boneless Mercies, and at least 8 more picks!
Santos talks about seeing My Bloody Valentine live, Eric tells about his family trip to an ELC on the North Shore of MN, We discuss Korean food and Seoul Kitchen in Parma, OH, We discuss other hole in the wall asian food. Eric rants about Ready Player One, Santos hips everyone to a crazy foot treatment called Baby Foot, we discuss the HBO show Succession and more!
Santos spills his guts about getting his gallbladder out and what that means for his lifestyle. HINT: NOTHING. We talk summer for a bit and then get into the movies Incredibles 2, Wind River, the amazing book Senlin Ascends, we get deep into grilling and then Santos comes with the hot music recommend soul musician Darrell Banks and Vinyl Me Please.
We discuss Kanye West's latest antics, Legion season 2, Atlanta season 2, The Terror, the Karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai, the upcoming Duplass brother's crazy pizza bomber doc Evil Genius, and much more including weed in CA.
Santos is finally back from his world travels. We waste no time getting into it with Happy Hour recipes and movie recommendations, we discuss Sayulita, Ear Hustle season 2, The Moth and Risk podcasts, The Marvelous Mrs. Maizel, the Golden State Killer and Michelle McNamara's genius true crime book "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," and much more.
Santos tells of his time in Mexico and Eric talks about traveling to Austin for food and SXSW Film Festival. We discuss the new Netflix docs Flint Town and Wild Wild County. Santos finally starts watching Altered Carbon, we discuss Time Restricted Eating and Intermittent fasting and the amazing Jim Jarmusch film Paterson.
Santos is back from Mexico. Eric talks about going to SXSW film festival. We discuss the new Netflix sci-fi series Altered Carbon, Santos talks about watching Mafioso by Alberto Lattuada and Jean-Pierre Melville films on Mubi, Santos talks about the Room 237 documentary about the theories around the “true meaning” of The Shining, We both sing the praises of The Pit Barrel cooker, the amazing Ear Hustle podcast and more.
We recap our personal most overrated and underrated things of 2017. Santos talks about how he's man enough to get waxed, we update our faithful listeners on Daily Harvest and Butcherbox, and pack in more picks than you could ever explore.
First off, we check in with Santos about his proximity to the LA fire. Santos is newly doing the Whole 30, so we talk the meat delivery box Butcher Box. We talk the new Netflix doc Voyeur, and the Netflix series Godless. We discuss upcoming seasons of Black Mirror and the brand new sci-fi show Altered Carbon and more.
Happy belated Turkey Day! In this episode, we finally got our remote audio set up ironed out, thanks for bearing with us. We discuss Thanksgiving food, Mindhunter, the new Netflix Punisher series, Santos declares war on a few restaurants in L.A., and Eric confesses a new-found interest in the Joe Rogan podcast.
We return to food this episode. Santos talks about his posh new LA lifestyle and the amazing Nobu-inspired black cod dish he made for me. I discuss a Sunday family fav in our house, Martha Stewart's classic beef stew recipe. We discuss K-Bop Korean in MPLS, and Korean and Indian food. I give Santos unrelenting shit about his tragically hip yet somehow totally uncool Allbird sneakers, and Santos yaks about the World Series. Note: we are still working out some kinks in our new setup, but have ironed out some of the bugs. Please bear with us and thanks for listening!
Back from the dead! We snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and record our first episode with Santos in L.A! We discuss Crowd Crow, the new site that lets you get grass fed beef directly from ranchers, Big Little Lies, the amazing sci-fi gem All Systems Red by Martha Wells, the new Rainer Maria record and concert, Santos favorite new spots to indulge in LA and much more!
This week we discuss YouTube wormholes of content like Vice's Party Legends, clips of Fool Penn & Teller and more, the legendary anime series One Punch Man, Vegetarian indulgence, Peep Show, the new Netflix series Atypical, and more!
In this episode, we get back to current picks. We talk a lot about new Netflix and Amazon series including Bosch and Ozark. We also talk about the indie hit movie The Big Sick and get into a new culinary staple everyone should be cooking at home.
Sorry for the long delay! In this Episode we have special guest Kaia Fischer help us revisit the best picks of the last 49 episodes and also talk about some new stuff as well.
TV Party! We have our own version of Black Flag's famous TV Party this episode and stick to TV shows you should check out. Santos gets down in his usual literary fashion and recommends Olive Kitteridge. Eric talks Fargo season 3, Better Call Saul season 3, and Elementary. Santos gets even more obscure with the Amazon Original "Fortitude." Eric brings it back to Earth with the amazing revival (after a 10-year hiatus) of Samurai Jack. Santos can't let it lie in pop culture and throws a powdered wig on to talk John Adams from HBO. We talk the poetry and prose of Deadwood and our hopes for the Deadwood movies. Enjoy!
Easter episode! Music is resurrected on the show. Eric tries to convince Santos that DAMN! by Kendrick is PURE FIRE but Santos pulls out his water bucket. Santos waxes poetic about singer/songwriter Sampha and electronic pioneer Raymond Scott. We talk Spotify Release Radar and some new discoveries, the indie film gem Before I Disappear, Santos brings the crime fiction heat with Texas Wind by James Reasoner, and we discuss Gimme Danger by Jim Jarmusch and more!
The exciting conclusion of the Great Cooktop War of '16/'17. Santos tells a cautionary tale about grilling INSIDE your garage. We both pick the Korean zombie thriller Train To Busan, Eric talks the new podcast S-Town, and the sci-fi novel Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty. Santos schools fools on how to make a proper omlette and keeps trying to make Bronson happen.
A true mensch joins us this week, Reuven Perlman, to discuss the Sam Harris podcast Waking Up, new Minneapolis hip-hop from Alan Kingdom and then just a bunch of other crap. Also covered this week: FX's Legion (again), a bad ass water bottle from Miir, Drunk, the new release from Thundercat, Manchester by the Sea, new sci-fi from Becky Chambers in The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet and we steer you the right way on Spindrift, the new sparkling water taking millenials by storm.