In 1977, NASA sent the Voyager into space with two records known as the “Golden Records.” On them were recordings of notable historic music, evocative nature sounds, and murmurs from contemporary life, all used to paint a picture of humanity and the world at large. Things have changed a lot since 1977, so Caleb Hearon and Shelby Wolstein are trying their hand at an update. They're talking with comedians, musicians, and the like about what they would include on their own “golden record” if a new one were sent today. Songs, images, films, and moments are all on the table in this comedic reflection on art, media, and culture.
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Shelby's back in studio (missed you, girl!); Caleb's finally on Raya (congrats, girl!); and EJ Marcus stops by the pod to kind of randomly make fun of producer Anya (who is actually writing this description but totally forgives you, girl!). After all... more
Gather in close, lil freaks - things get serious for a minute as Caleb and Shelby open up with you all about the family stuff they've had going on. Turns out, growing up sucks. more
We're back and we're hornery. We talk about marriage and mentally ill babies, Real Housewives and mentally ill Real Housewives, and the ways in which young Mormons are (or, apparently, are not) having sex. Comedian Camirin Farmer comes through with a... more
We love this pod but we want Mike back. Anytime you play audio now it’s way quieter than Caleb and Shelby talking and the volume isn’t at a consistent level from episode to episode. Love you tho
I’ve never binged a podcast until I found this show. I recommend it so much to everyone that my family and friends have accused me of some sort of multilevel marketing scheme. And it’s true. This show will change your life and you will be a billionaire if you have the right mindset. But seriously, guys, if I can be earnest: Caleb and Shelby are some of the funniest humans. They’ve made me laugh so hard I’ve burped (don’t overthink it). They’ve made me laugh out loud so hard (on my way to work an... more
this show has gifted me with “welcome bark” as a phrase I used regularly and that’s just a sprinkle of the joy this brings! Caleb and Shelby and Mike are the reason I chuckle on the bus/on my breaks/in my home and this is the podcast to send to your crush if you wanna take it to the next level
a delightful romp of a pod. truly hilarious. shout out to Caleb and Shelby…and Jake & Amir’s Miata. give it a listen and just TRY not to burst out laughing. also if you are looking for a podcast that will ultimately lead to the phrase “no free clout for the girlies” living RENT FREE in your brain, then this is the podcast for you. ✌🏽✌🏽
Ok this quickly became my favorite podcast. Shelby & Caleb are very funny & I really look forward to each drop. Would love another ep featuring the lil freaks’ record because I have lots of thoughts I’d like to share.
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