Here's a re-release of one of the "lost" podcasts from 2014 -- an early Witchpolice recording that didn't get added to the current podcast feed.
I hope you dig it. It's in the show's old format, so if you're new to Witchpolice Radio, you're better off listening to a 2023 episode, but if you're looking for a fun throwback, here we are.
Here's what we said about it nine years ago:
This week's theme is "breakfast" and it features a brand new song by guests Chivas and Kream (Deafwish) written and recorded specifically for the podcast. The fellas chat about breakfast foods, grunge-lite and more.
Back to your regularly-scheduled programming next episode!
This throwback episode brought to you by our pals at Devine Shirt Company and by 'Drips and Drops', a new art exhibit by Matthew Powers of Midnight Review Presents, showing now at the Millennium Library's Blankstein Gallery!
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