Brave Motel

Stay A While

Brave Motel was a leisurely podcast started by 4 friends. After a strong initial run and a brief hiatus, it returned as a hangout/therapy session for 3 guys and some guests. Now we're back as the flagship show on an emerging podcast network.

Go See A Show is a response to the lack of promotion in San Diego's local radio scene. We felt artists should have an outlet to get their content and performances out to as many people as possible. 

Give It To Me Straight is an exploration of why we do the things that make us who we are. Who needs therapy when you have the unending void that is the internet? 

Cosmically Meaningless

This is THE genesis of the current version of Brave Motel. In late 2016 I had Alan and Andres on the show for the first time and it was dope right out the gate. When I brought the show back, they were the first people I thought of to co-host and here we are.

Right up top, we talk about how pleasantries are bullshit and how hard diarrhea is to spell. This was also back when we used to have Random Facts Of The Show as a segment (maybe we’ll bring it back). Alan drops some knowledge about how to get the best Chinese food off their secret traditional menu. Andres does not have a good fact, but he did have a turtle that died. Charles teaches us about how jellyfish are taking over. Cosmic irrelevance is both freeing and cripplingly depressing. We’re all ready for robot parts. Charles and Alan teach Andres not to tie media to a relationship. The episode ends with some top quality dog content.

 

Notes:

Luigi Galvani (the dude who thought frog balls were in their legs)

5 Bizarre Accidents That Helped Invent Modern Medicine

Giant jellyfish found in the Gulf of Mexico