Its the second part of Hugo and Terence's evening with Joyce Nancy, musician, writer, and zine editor. And well, things get darker, because obviously. Topics include the toll art takes on romantic relationships, aspirations, and emotional labor. Part 2 of 2. Originally recorded on July 16th, 2016.
Hugo and Terence welcome their first guest of their third season, Joyce Nancy, musician, writer, and an old friend. The three discuss Joyce's zine, the haunting past, the labor of music, and whether or not they are all introverts (obviously they are). Oh, also Hugo thinks they are the X-Men. Because of course. Part 1 of 2. Originally recorded on July 16th, 2016.
In a strange twist, Hugo and Terence both had their tarot cards read separately in the same week. They discuss what the fates have in store for them, what they are avoiding, and what they should embrace. Also, Hugo leaves a current project and Terence makes a decision about his web series. Recorded LIVE on June 11th. 2016.
Hugo Lopez and Terence Krey return for the third (???) season of An Irrelevant Wasteland, and they sure don’t waste any time getting to feelings club. Hugo discusses wasting his creative energy, and Terence laments the successes and failures of his newest web series pilot. Existential crisis? We’ve got it in spades. Originally recorded on May 14th, 2016.
Oh my god, thirty episodes. There are more episodes of An Irrelevant Wasteland than there are years of the lives of Hugo and Terence. The elder podcasters welcome a new guest, Vanessa Cuccia: musician, sometimes actress, and most interestingly, the creator (and business owner) of Chakrubs, which are sexual wellness products made from crystal. We sure get into that, in addition to religion, passion, and clothes shopping. Its a long one, but its worth it. Originally recorded on June 27th, 2015.
The awful men of the wasteland don't waste any time getting into the feelings club in this episode, as they quickly dive right into Terence's depression. Hugo navigates the emotional unloading, and Terence vomits all over the place (not literally) (eh, maybe literally). Originally recorded on May 23rd, 2015.
Its been a while, and if you've missed us, its because you have abandonment issues. Sorry. Hugo and Terence welcome their old friend and returning guest Dan Fox for another hour of rousing discussion consisting of another of Hugo's bands falling apart, Terence and Dan's time at college, and Jared Leto. But the real highlight is when Hugo presents Terence and Dan with an idea for a controversial movie, which causes everyone to start screaming at each other. Originally recorded on April 23rd, 2015.
Hugo and Terence have stuck to their guns and managed to get through a second episode of this second season of An Irrelevant Wasteland. And what a better day to do it than on the evening after seeing one of their favorite artists, Björk. In addition to her majesty, Hugo discusses his recent trip to South By Southwest, and Terence talks about working a sketch for college humor. And they get into it about the weirdness of the recent Irrelevant Wasteland promo video. Fucking shit. Originally recorded on March 22nd, 2015.
2015 is here, and Hugo Lopez and Terence Krey have decided to give this whole podcast another go around. Welcome to the first episode of season 2. Hugo talks about the music he's been making during the hiatus and the bands he's currently in, and Terence complains about pretty much everything. And there's plenty of diatribes about the nature of creating art, the diatribes you've come to know and love. Its the irrelevant wasteland, folks, and we're back. Originally recorded on Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Not all endings must be sad, and not all endings must actually be an ending. Nevertheless, this is a signing off for a time being for Hugo and Terence, as Terence decides to move out of the irrelevant wasteland (though not in his heart). The boys discuss where they are in life, and in their art, and where they hope to go. Thank you all for listening this past year, and we hope this is not goodbye forever, just for now. Originally recorded on October 30th, 2014.