On this episode of Space Case, we take a page out of NPR’s ALL SONGS CONSIDERED and some other articles that prompt the following questions: What was the most popular musical or play when you were in high school? What’s a song that always reminds you of summer? What are some iconic opening tracks of albums? What’s a song that got you through school? What makes a great album last? AND What bands have you had to “break up” with over the years? We wanna thank our listeners for their great answers to help us crack these cases! If you didn’t get to participate, leave us your answers below and tell us if you want us to post pictures of our theater days in high school (Devin has them ready for you)
On this episode, we update on our Pride festivities and give the unfortunate update on our moms Sleater Kinney. Then, we investigate some Houston cold cases and discuss the modernization of forensic sciences and when justice is finally served.
This episode is about one thing and one thing only; PROM BAYBEE! During our drive to Austin this past weekend, we thought about why we have prom and why we still participate in this rite of passage. Have you thought about this to? Well then listen in and get ALL the deetz!
On this episode of Space Case, SK reviews the sponsored content we’re BOMBARDED with in our everyday lives. Whether it be on social media, organic impression, or by word of mouth, SK investigates and cracks the case on these products and brands.
On this episode, we recap all of the fun we had at Comicpalooza 2019! We shoutout our favorite panels, podcasts, and activities of the weekend. Then, SK REVIEWS the latest album from Tyler the Creator “IGOR” and Trent reviews Ariana Grande’s recent stop in Houston on her SWEETENER World Tour. Lastly, we solve the case of what brands we would sell out for, and why.
In this episode, SK and Jason take on all things film LIVE from the show floor of COMICPALOOZA. We talk DIY video making and how to get started, camp and queer films as influence and our thoughts on the MET GALA’s take on camp, and we solve the mystery “Why Remake Good Films When Bad Films Are Standing Right There?” Thanks again COMICPALOOZA for having us again this year for the Podcast Partnership Program!
On this episode, we hear wedding bells! Not for us, but one of Devin’s best friends. She’s tying the knot and that got us thinking, what the hell is up with weddings? What’s the deal with those? Why do we do them? FIND OUT AND LISTEN IN!
On this episode of Space Case we have reviews, an origin story, and a crash course in the language of canines. Devin falls prey to the YouTube algorithm with surprisingly positive results and does a review of an obscure Russian synth-pop band. After that, we move back to the states to elaborate on a Rolling Stone article about the “choircore” movement of the 60s and 70s and crack the case on the conservative phenomenon. We then end with a lesson in how to speak to your dog and how to understand what they’re saying.
On this week’s episode of Space Case, Devin dives into a bit of a history lesson. Given her fondness for the term “hoist with his own petard,” we delve into a list of inventors who died tragically at the hands of their own inventions. What was their legacy? Could it have been prevented? Was it really their inventions that did them in, or was it their own ego? We crack the case!
On this episode of Space Case, we review some tunes and some rad beverages. Stephen Malkmus drops Groove Denied but Devin says “Access Granted.” She also says “okay werk” to the new Orange Vanilla Coke Zero and what we THOUGHT was an April Fools Day Joke was NO. JOKE. people. The Dr. Pepper Milkshake from Whataburger was REAL and Trent weighs on whether it should stick around for longer than a “limited time.” Finally, we crack the case of the stigma of smoking and why it’s still considered “cool” and “glamorous” in pop culture and in real life.