Home Age Conversations: Archive

9 Episodes

Episode 5: The Bunny Boy (2008) Part 1 - Down the Rabbit Hole

Episode 5: The Bunny Boy (2008) Part 1 - Down the Rabbit Hole

On this two-part episode of Home Age Conversations, we have got a story to tell! We're going down the rabbit hole (HA!) of The Residents' Bunny Boy project from 2008. In it, they used albums, YouTube videos, eBay accounts, emails (some from THIS YEAR!), Twitch streams, tours, bunnies and boxes of Armageddon to put the story of their dear old friend, Roger, out there into the world to help him find his missing brother, named Harvey. And that's not all. So! Join us for Part 1 as we go through the project guided by the webseries and do our best to get to the bottom of our dear friend's tale. After all, he's going to save the world.


Bonus Episode E: Full Interview with Eric Drew Feldman

Bonus Episode E: Full Interview with Eric Drew Feldman

Sparky sits down to talk to the legendary Eric Drew Feldman about Intruders, aliens, and World War I. This is the full interview with Eric Drew Feldman from our Intruders episode!


Episode 4: Intruders (2018) Part 2 - It's Weird, I Know! (feat. Eric Drew Feldman)

Episode 4: Intruders (2018) Part 2 - It's Weird, I Know! (feat. Eric Drew Feldman)

Alternate selves, scarecrows, doppelgangers, demons, ex-lovers, ghosts. Don't we all have something intruding on our minds? Inescapable sources of obsession that we can't seem to look away from? Join us on the second part of this episode of Home Age Conversations as we finish up our look at Intruders, while Sparky finishes up his interview with Eric Drew Feldman.


Episode 4: Intruders (2018) Part 1 - I Know, It's Weird! (feat. Eric Drew Feldman)

Episode 4: Intruders (2018) Part 1 - I Know, It's Weird! (feat. Eric Drew Feldman)

Ghosts, ex-lovers, scarecrows, doppelgangers, alternate selves. Don't we all have something intruding on our minds? Inescapable sources of obsession that we can't seem to look away from? Join us on the first part of this episode of Home Age Conversations as we take a look at Intruders, and bring back the BOGcast with an interview with Eric Drew Feldman.


Episode 3: River of Crime (2006) - Crime Me a River

Episode 3: River of Crime (2006) - Crime Me a River

On this episode of your favorite True Crime podcast, Home Age Conversations, we talk about The Residents' own true crime podcast from 2006, The River of Crime. We also talk about the historical basis behind the various crimes presented in The River of Crime, which are all mostly based on true events. Join us as we ride the river of crime!


Episode 2: Gingerbread Man (1994) Part 2 - Goddamn MTV

Episode 2: Gingerbread Man (1994) Part 2 - Goddamn MTV

On this episode (part 2 of 2) of Home Age Conversations, we examine The Residents' multimedia project from 1994 known as the Gingerbread Man. We continue our discussion from last time where each host, including our special guest host Sparky, will lead discussion of one of the album's troubled characters.


Episode 2: Gingerbread Man (1994) Part 1 - People In The World Might Have Anxiety

Episode 2: Gingerbread Man (1994) Part 1 - People In The World Might Have Anxiety

On this episode (part 1 of 2) of Home Age Conversations, we examine The Residents' multimedia project from 1994 known as the Gingerbread Man. Over two parts, each host, including our special guest host Sparky, will lead discussion of one of the album's troubled characters.


Bonus Episode B: Santa Dog (1972) - Is Snowness Even a Word?

Bonus Episode B: Santa Dog (1972) - Is Snowness Even a Word?

HAPPY TUESDAY! In this special mini CHRISTMAS BONUS EPISODE, we go over the first record put out by Ralph Records: Santa Dog '72. We talk about its origins, its presence in the future, Legally Blonde, the present which is au revoir, snowness, and holiday puppers.


Episode 1: Eskimo (1979) - We Live in a Society

Episode 1: Eskimo (1979) - We Live in a Society

On this episode of Home Age Conversations we discuss and dissect The Residents' 1979 album, Eskimo. Join us as we delve into an arctic world of eyeball masks, colonialism, commercialism, Grammy awards, vaping, and BOTTOM TEXT.