Max, Maddy, Dani & Jay deliver the factoids of the week from Factslide.com, review the new beerbongs & bentleys album from Post Malone, talk the return of Westworld on HBO, Bridesmaids on Netflix, Kanye West coming out in support of Trump (again), women in film and entertainment, and Vampr, a cool new app allowing you to match yourself with fellow musicians using the Tinder formula.
Max, Maddy, Dani, and Jay deliver your fun facts of the week, highlight the up and coming electronic music sounds of CVBZ, give a review of Lost in Space on Netflix, the classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High, talk about young mothers in the social spotlight, new cocoa plant initiatives in the Amazon Forrest, and new AR technology in social media and fashion.
Max & Maddy give you the factoids of the week, discuss the down-low electronic artist "Two Feet", the new series "Barry" on HBO with Bill Hader, the academy award winning movie "Dallas Buyers Club" on Netflix with Matthew Mcconaughey, The "March For Our Lives" movement, New York councilman Rafael Espinal Jr.'s new outside-work contact bill, and autonomous/auto-pilot vehicles from Tesla and Uber.
Max Philips and Madeline Rose are joined by a new voice this week, Maddy's roomate and our friend Dani Bailey! The 3 kick off the champagne Sunday special podcast with the fun factoids of the week courtesy of factslides.com per usual. James Bay is the musical spotlight this week, and they review and feature his poppin' new single "Pink Lemonade". They review movies and casts for "i, Tonya" and "Darkest Hour", two of the recent award winners at the Oscars. The group gives their dissapointed two cents on the poisoning of Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter and why we can't learn to deal with the truth when it comes out. Then, they pay a tribute to the recently deceased Professor Stephen Hawking and all of his accomplishments, and finally review the fun new app for wine connoisseurs called Vivino.
Max and Maddy flood your brains with the factoids of the week, followed by a musical review of the rising star rapper Vince Staples and his new single "OPPS" feat. Yugen Blakrok from the 'Black Panther' blockbuster superhero movie currently in theaters. They breakdown the series they just 'Commnity' on Hulu starring Chevy Chase and Donald Glover, and discuss the wierd science behind 'The Cloverfield Paradox' available on Netflix. They blast the administration and politicians involved in the response to the kids standing up in the wake of the Parkland Florida mass shooting, then bring to light the charitable mission of the company Food Cowboy and its efforts to help solve the massive food wasting problem in the US. They wrap up by breaking down Google parent company Alphabet's smart city project in the waterfront industrial disctrict of Quayside in Toronto, organized by Sidewalk Labs.
Max & Maddy kick things off with the factiods of the week from factslides.com. They give a musical review of the hiphop/pop styles of SonReal. They finished up the series "Altered Carbon" on Netflix and give their final opinions on the chillingly futuristic thriller. They also wrapped up the hit comedy series "Workaholics" on Hulu, and they give their final summary of the hilarious show that ran 7 seasons. They talk about the devastation that occured due to the mass shooting in Parkland Florida. They give credit to hiphop/rap/pop star Drake for donating an entire million dollar music video budget to schools, charities and individuals in need. And finally talk about a new virtual reality social netowrk called Vtime that may reshape the way (and where) you and your friends interact in the future. On the surface of the moon?! Perhaps! check it out on the podcast.
Max Philips and Madeline Rose co-host episode 4 of the Our Morning After podcast. They kick it off with some things you should know per usual, courtesy of factslides.com. They introduce Whethan, a relatively new DJ to the EDM scene who's already made enough noise to collaborate with music stars like Dua Lipa and have tracks featured in the "50 Shades of Grey" newest franchise installment. They review the chillingly futuristic series "Altered Carbon" available on Netflix, followed by an attempt to understand how Kylie Jenner and travis Scott named their child after the pornstar our current president had marital affairs with. They give their opinions on why and how the stock market crashed, Elon Musk and Space X launching the biggest and most cost effective rocket ever into space, and a new scooter and app called Bird that is reshaping public transportation in Los Angeles.
Max Philips brings back the lovely Madeline Rose to co-host episode 3 of the OMA podcast. They kick it off with some facts you need to know for the week per usual. Then, they review the ever-so-talented Ashe, a young female musician with a b-e-a-utiful voice coming up in pop/electronic music and feature her hit single with Louis the Child, "Right to It". Max and Maddy roll into a review of the dark & epic thriller "Mind Hunters" on Netflix; a series gauranteed to send chills up your spine and mess with your mind. After that they discuss the anniversry of the women's march and movement, and how some iconic women (Kim Kardashian specifically) seem to be more counterproductive to the overall goal. They give credit to a women (joy Milne) who may have discovered a method to detecting Parkinson's disease at an early stage, and discover a new form of transportation from AIRBUS that might have you flying through the air around your own city sooner than you think.
Max brings on the lovely Madeline Rose. She's a videographer and content creator, and also....his girlfriend! They chat about up and coming musician Oliver Tree and how they discovered him togther opening for Louis the Child at a concert at the Hollywood Palladium. Then, they review the new dark comedy/thriller series "The End of the F***king World" on Netflix, discuss how college administrations don't adequately encourage real world "job experience" to supplement a diploma when job hunting after college, Logan Paul's attempt to redeem himself as a suicide awareness advocate after a very disturbing video was posted to his YouTube channel, and how a new type of fungus might be the solution to any pothole or sidewalk crack in your neighborhood giving you or your wheels a rough time when you're on the go.
Max Philips returns to the OMA podcast to kick off 2018. This week on the show: Max Philips Music on Spotify, David Letterman's new show "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" on Netflix, Collin Kaepernick's charitable donations, Failing North Korean relations and coverage, and non-permanent tattoos that tell you when you're getting too many UV rays from sunllight.