From July, 2018

Episode 37 – Krissy Feetface

In this episode we talk all about Krissy and her drag, a review of the cast for the new YouTube Drag series Camp Wannakiki, this week’s meme that has taken over the internet, and of course, our Thot of the Week! This week’s opening music is brought to you by Armon, a Chicago-based artist, and this is their song “Live the Night”. Check them out on Spotify.

Episode 36 – Travis Fiero

In this episode we talk about differences in drag queen and king culture, all about Travis’s adventures in Europe and what it was like performing in different European countries, Roseanne’s apology interview that included the phrase “I THOUGHT THE BITCH WAS WHITE”, and of course, our Thot of the Week. Opening music: “Nothing” by Tiny Fireflies. Check them out on Spotify!

Ep. 35 – Kat Sass and Lucky Stiff

In this episode we discuss Kat and Lucky’s individual coming to drag stories, how they started and came to develop their show GODDESS, whether physical violence can be used to silence racists, and of course, our Thot of the Week! This week’s opening music is Sarah Marie Young. We are featuring two of her songs today, “Lo and Behold”, and “Brighter Days” at the end of the show. Check her out on Spotify!

Episode 34 – Mila O’Day

In this episode we talk all about Mila O’Day and her drag, Maureen SanDiego and her comedy shows, what it’s like being a plus-size member of the LGBTQIA community, the premier of Mila O’Day’s newest single “Aura”, and of course, our Thot of the Week! This week’s opening music is ALSO Mila O’Day, as this is her song “Big Mistake”. Check it out on iTunes or Spotify!

Ep. 33 – LIVE from the GMan Tavern w/ Dixie Lynn Cartwright and Alexis Bevels

In our very first LIVE episode we welcome Dixie Lynn Cartwright and Alexis Bevels onto the show recorded live at the GMan Tavern! Listen to find out all the T on the new drag reality show Camp Wannakiki, to hear a live “Advice with Dixie” segment, and to hear our recap of the finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10. Intro music “Friends” by Chicago-based band The Gold Web.