EVERYTHING’S OK – E54 OF “THE HIGH REGARD SHOW”
In Episode 54 of the “High Regard Show,” “Everything’s OK,” we talk to Ace Salisbury, whose “post-apocalyptic cardboard punk” web series of the same name premiered at this year’s Cannes.
The show follows Artemis, who searches for her long-lost father (with the help of the revived head of Orson Welles) in New York 10 years after fracking brought upon the apocalypse — and all the water’s dried up. Ace tells us how he got Rob Crow of Pinback involved to do the incredibly fitting soundtrack and what he’d need to survive such a disaster.
In the new “Roly Poly Roarty,” Tom gives us an update on how he’s feeling and his thoughts going into last week’s bariatric surgery (or at least what he can remember from all the dope he was on).
- Ace Salisbury interview: 09:47:30
- “Roly Poly Roarty” segment: 47:05:09
Episode 4 of “Everything’s OK” premieres Wednesday, Oct. 12. For more information, visit:
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