Housewife of Horror is a Horror Television show local to Aurora, Illinois, airing on Western Suburban Stations and Worldwide on The Monster Channel!
Housewife of Horror features the Ghoulishly Glamorous Housewife of Horror, and her Soul...Mate Mister of Horror. Both are lifelong lovers of all things that give you that special thrill, go bump in the night, and make a different kind of person finally feel right at home.
Housewife of Horror breathes new life and adventure to the genre of Horror Hosting with their unique Glamour and Real Life Retro Charm.
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The Microphone Misfitz will entertain you if that is what you came for, from music to dance to a party-good time. Now, if you want quality for your time then let the Fitz engage you in the arts & sciences of the 21st century's preeminent culture. Based in Chicago, The Microphone Misfitz is more than a band or crew, creating music. They use the pillars of Hip-Hop (turntablism/DJing; MCing; breakin'; graffiti/street art; knowledge & overstanding) and their shared dynamics to enlighten and sustain their audiences and themselves.
Kin Solo, DFEX, and Jet Nam (Jet9) are the choreography & movement artists; Ray of Light is the high-octane hype-man & MC; Mel L. is the Graff artist, vocalist, & road DJ; DJ Mar & Mike Knobel (aemka) are the production team; and D-Nick The Microphone Misfit is the lead MC, lyricist & artistic director of the group. The Microphone Misfitz have toured worldwide from grassroots gatherings to South By Southwest; from Algeria to China and elsewhere; Sharing stages with luminaries such as Crucial Conflict, Dead Prez, KRS-ONE, Jeru tha Damaja, Saul Williams, Mega Ran and more. Focused on the themes of living for a healthier state of mind; and uplifting those who are trying to find their path in this world, The Fitz embodies the acronym Healthy Independent People Helping Other People (H.I.P. H.O.P.). www.themicrophonemisfitz.com
Live From The Lair | Sophia McScandal and the music of Doc Rhombus
*this podcast includes topics of sex and strong language.
Sophia McScandal : Sophia McScandal is a late 20-something online fantasy filler. With a laptop and a ring light, she spends her time creating erotic media and exploring all things kink. Find her across multiple adult platforms such as sophiamcscandal.manyvids.com and https://www.pornhub.com/model/sophiamcscandal. Or follow her on Twitter @sophiamcscandal or YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj8oWIuL8SgQ67qXouWLJzQ
Doc Rhombus : I consider myself to be a multi-instrumentalist (primarily guitar and keys) with a good ear and an ability to play with virtually all kinds of artists across different styles. I have played guitar and piano since I was a kid, and I'm more or less self-taught. My sister (who is now a drummer for Harry and the Potters and a few other bands) and I used to put on shows for family and friends at parties when we were young. I didn't study music at Loyola, but I used to sneak into one of the practice rooms at the top of the Mundelein building to sharpen my keyboard skills. I have played a few small gigs in Chicago over the years with some local artists, but not for several years.
This year, I wanted to create something personal and meaningful that stands on its own, and reflects my musical influences and "my take" on the world. I always wanted to write and arrange an album and dive heavily into songwriting and producing. The Condition is my product. Musically, it draws on alternative rock and indie rock/pop genres -- probably the genres I'm most familiar with and listen to the most (see Beck, Radiohead, Ariel Pink). But it also incorporates blues, funk, electronic, and hip-hop elements. Lyrically, the album looks outward and inward. There's plenty of commentary about privilege, status, truth (or the startling lack thereof today), and reality; there's also a good amount of introspection and discussion of depression, hopelessness, and fear.
Lee Jacobson - Radio One Chicago Presents: Live From The Lair
Born and raised on the Southside of Chicago, Lee Jacobson has been a dedicated member of the City his whole life. Lee spent his early adult life playing professional hockey, where he built an impressive reputation for himself at the highest levels of the sport by fighting for his teammates and physically intimidating his opponents. As a second generation lawyer, Lee has always been fascinated by the similarities between sports and the practice of law: a defined arena, rules, official, opponent, and success is ultimately defined by wins and losses. At the age of twenty-five, Lee left his Professional Hockey career to begin his path toward becoming a lawyer. An active alumnus of The John Marshall Law School, Lee has continuously strived to make and maintain contacts, and ultimately become an integral member of the Chicago legal community. On a daily basis, Lee now vigorously fights to defend his clients.
Patrick discusses the laws around legalizing marijuana in Illinois (starting January 2020) with attorney Lee Jacobson. What the laws entail, what it means for using and carrying marijuana and what recourse do you have for expunging your record.
Musical Feature: Pseudo Slang
Joe Sowinski - Radio One Chicago Presents: Live From The Lair
Joe Sowinski has 20+ years of drumming experience in the Chicago punk scene. Currently he drums for The Evictions, Young Distractions, and the Static Age, and was a founding member of Major Threat and The Old Comiskeys. He currently lives in Bridgeport with several cats. Twitter: @GrandpaBroseph
Musical Feature: Super Sonic Space Rebels
Matt LeGrand - November 29th, 2018
For as long as he can remember, Matt LeGrand has been in love with music. Matt spent his infant years in France and at the age of seven years old, his family relocated to Chicago. The vibrant city and its influential musicians made an immediate impression on the youngster, who found himself exploring a different genre every night, and diving headfirst into the creation of his own sound. Immersing himself in the music scene, he picked up every instrument he could from the guitar to the drums, before finally falling effortlessly into the world of songwriting.
In college he took things to the next level, performing in bands and duos around campus, and exploring sounds that eventually brought him to the deeply melodic, urban pop style that has become his staple, solidifying him as a must-watch talent on the Chicago scene. His powerfully energetic mix of soulful grooves and hard hitting pop hooks caught the attention of the music industry and brought Matt LeGrandʼs high energy, dance focused performances to nightclubs and events across The Windy City, launching his burgeoning career to new heights, and later landed him a nomination for MTVU’s The Freshman video contest.
In 2017, Matt released his summer hit single “All Good” which debuted with highly-acclaimed reviews from the Huffington Post saying “Matt LeGrand demonstrates he has the vocal chops, personal charisma and musical awareness to produce a superb pop song.” “All Good” received a smattering of national attention from major music and entertainment blogs such as Celeb Mix, The New Nine, Kings of A&R, Young Entertainment Blog, AusPop, Poparazzi, among others. The “All Good” video was played in over 1,300 Footlockers locations around the country including the Clubcom Music Video Network which also added Matt LeGrand’s holiday single “What Christmas Means to Me” video on their Pop reel. “All Good’ and “What Christmas Means to Me” were seen in bowling alleys and other sports related venues such as LA Fitness, Gold’s Gym, Crunch Fitness Centers and New York Sports Clubs. Furthermore, Matt LeGrand has recently joined the Music Choice family and established his place as a major pop star.
As a follow up to “All Good” Matt LeGrand premiered the video for his cover of Stevie Wonder’s “What Christmas Means to Me” during the holiday season, exclusively via HuffPost, propelling him into the national spotlight and establishing his place as a major pop star.
Combined all this success with his charismatic personality and intoxicating performance style, Matt LeGrand has become one of Chicagoʼs fastest rising stars. Needless to say, itʼs only the beginning for Chicagoʼs Prince of Pop.
Radio One Chicago airs live every Thursday night on WLUW-FM from 6p to 8p cst.