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The UnDad Podcast EP12: Porch Fire

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July 11, 2018

Laughter, a short Western novella, and Elizabeth does her best to tell the future while translating ‘baby’. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton (@defendtherhino) for the use of ‘Fugitive’ as a theme song. And hey, if you like this… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP11: ‘Tis a fearful thing to love what death can touch

Interviews, soundscapes, and a twisted children’s fairytale that is most definitely not for children. Alternate title: The Supple People. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton (@defendtherhino) for the use of ‘Fugitive’ as a theme song. And hey, if you… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP10: I love the rain

I spent several days at The North Country Fair. I recorded all the sounds on my phone. I scribbled notes throughout my time there and turned it into this podcast. This is a shorter one, but pretty good as it is mostly made from field recordings. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP09: Werewolves of Wondon

The UnDad is away with the pagans at North Country Fair leaving Garglemax to do all the work. There is a little bit of everything, and everyone, in this glitter box. Cameos by Sam Varteniuk, Elizabeth Wilkie, and Angela Wareham. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP 8: I’m going to sing you guys a song

Cartoonist, journalist, and fatherist Chad Hukulak joins Team UnDad to talk about personal art, lying, and why one shouldn’t pay for their child’s first sexual experience. Find Master Hukulak’s body of work ‘End of the Earth’ as hosted by Gig City. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP 7: Interlude

  This is Garglemax. The UnDad’s voice robot. There wasn’t going to be a podcast this week. But I was bored. So, I hacked into the UnDad’s phone and Google Home. Thank you to Defend the Rhino for adding some class to this cacophonous mash-up. Without further adieu, welcome to some random silliness.   Buy… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP 5.5: Kathleen Smith PT2

Part 2 of our interview with Kathleen Smith. We talk about coping with masturbation, dealing with sports based emotions, and getting your period as a Mormon youth. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton of Defend… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP 5: Twitter pain in the ass

Part one of our interview with Kathleen Smith (@KikkiPlanet). We talk about coping with the death of a child, being an opinionated woman on social media, and public pooping. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton… Read More ›

The UnDad Podcast EP 4: Deal With It

Brent Felzien espouses his trepidation of teaching his kids about the Internet and why it actually does take teamwork to make a dream work. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton  for the theme song. Buy me a coffee

The UnDad Podcast EP 3: I Slit the Sheets

Wherein we chat with Gaia Willis and what it is like to come out to your teenage child (who doesn’t really care). Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton for the theme song. Buy me a… Read More ›

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  • Porch Fire
    Laughter, a short Western novella, and Elizabeth does her best to tell the future while translating 'baby'.
  • 'Tis a fearful thing to love what death can touch
    Interviews, soundscapes, and a twisted children's fairytale that is most definitely not for children. Alternate title: The Supple People.
  • I love the rain
    A Richard Attenborough-esque escape into a vast wet landscape filled with drugs, nudity, and a random sense of personal responsibility.
  • Werewolves of Wondon
    The UnDad is away with the pagans at North Country Fair leaving Garglemax to do all the work. There is a little bit of everything, and everyone, in this glitter box.
  • I'm going to sing you guys a song
    Cartoonist, journalist and fatherist Chad Hukulak joins Team UnDad to talk about personal art, lying, and why one shouldn't pay for their child's first sexual experience. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton (@defendtherhino) for the […]
  • Interlude
    This is Garglemax. I hacked into the UnDad's phone and Google Home. Welcome to some random silliness.
  • Kathleen Smith part 2: The sleeping bag shuffle
    Part 2 of our interview with Kathleen Smith (@KikkiPlanet). We talk about coping with masturbation, dealing with sports based emotions, and getting your period as a Mormon youth. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton for […]
  • Twitter pain in the ass
    Part one of our interview with Kathleen Smith (@KikkiPlanet). We talk about coping with the death of a child, being an opinionated woman on social media, and public pooping. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton […]
  • Deal With It
    Brent Felzien espouses his trepidation of teaching his kids about hte Internet and why it actually does take teamwork to make a dream work. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton for the theme song (twitter.com/defendtherhino). […]
  • I Slit The Sheets
    Wherein we chat with Gaia Willis and what it is like to come out to your teenage child (who doesn't really care). Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton for the theme song (twitter.com/defendtherhino). Visit me […]

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