Episode 61 - David Weglarz of Still 630

For this episode, Colt and James head over to the award winning Still 630 to meet up with David Weglarz. During our conversation with David we discuss all things Still 630 including the genesis of this endeavor, the hows and whys he decided to venture into distilling spirits, and all of the special events that Still 630 has in store for lovers of fine spirits.  One of these ongoing events is the Experimental Spirits Program where, on the first Friday of every month, you can visit Still 630 and try one of these experimental spirits and then give David your feedback.  This is an effort to give you and me a chance to personally determine what the future of craft spirits tastes like.  After the show we took a tour of the distillery, which was very awesome by the way, and we were educated on the distilling process of these fine spirits.  After the tour we had the opportunity to sample several of these spirits including their flagship Rally Point Rye, the S.S. Sorghum whiskey, and Colt and my favorite, Big Jake’s Breakfast Brew, as well as the Expedition Rum.  Still 630 is located at 1000 S 4th St in St Louis, MO at the corner of 4th and Chouteau Ave, just south of Busch Stadium.  Be sure to like and follow Still 630 on social media and look for these very smooth spirits wherever all fine spirits are sold.  

Music played on this episode:

Watching the Embers Fade by Out Amongst the Masses

Episode 60 - Theody

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James get on the Skype line with the up and coming band, Theody.  Theody hails from Fayetteville, AK and deliver some hard-driving riffs and beats that, combined with Lauren's lyrics and vocals, are sure to catch your attention.  During this episode you'll hear us discuss the genesis of Theody, some of the philosophy behind their music including their latest release "Reignite", and we also chat about their tours and what the future has in store for this energizing band.  Be sure to check out Theody on social media, download their music where all great music can be downloaded, and visit their website at theodymusic.com.

Songs played for this episode: 

Reignite - Theody

Define the Relationship - Theody

Episode 59 - Dub Flow

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James take the opportunity to finally discover one of life's pressing questions; Who the hell is Dub Flow??  Well, Dub Flow is a St. Louis rap artist who is probably best known for hitting the stage with the StL band, Discrepancies, as he is featured on their hit song, Rock the Show.  But, as we discovered, Dub Flow has many layers to peel.  During this episode we learn that Dub Flow is a painter, a connoisseur of sake and other Japanese culture, he has a fear of killer robot dogs, and he needs us all to encourage him to drop a mix tape because he has mad lyrical skills that the world needs to hear.  Be sure to show Dub some love on social media and let him know the you are waiting on that mix tape.  Also be sure to download Discrepancies album, The Awakening, and check out the song, Rock the Show, to hear Dub spitting rhymes like nobody's bizness.  

Song played for this episode:

Rock the Show by Discrepancies feat. Dub Flow  

Episode 58 - Gaslight Political Discussion: Gun Control/Eric Greitens

For this episode, Colt and James head over to Gaslight Studios for another one of our Gaslight Political discussions with our good friends Bryant Wolfin and JB Anderson.  JB is the proprietor of Gaslight Lounge and Studios which, if you haven’t been to Gaslight yet, then I have to question the life decisions that you are making.  Gaslight is located at 4916 Shaw Ave in St. Louis MO and it offers a very unique experience of food, drink, and definitely musical entertainment.  One side of the building features Cha Cha Chow which serves some of the finest menu items that you'd ever choose to eat whilst drinking a fine beverage.  And speaking of fine beverages, the Gaslight Lounge offers a great variety of St. Louis Craft beers, as well spirits that are sure to assist you in making a great day or night out on the town in our beloved St. Louis.  But we’re not done yet.  Gaslight also houses a beautiful recording studio and, if you time things just right, you can view a live recording of a Gaslight Session by a talented artist through the window as you sit and enjoy your meal and or drinks.  Also, you can check out previous Gaslight Sessions on Youtube and bear witness to the awesome work done by our good friends at Gaslight and Media Outlaws.  Be sure to visit Gaslight and give them a like and follow on social media and for the love Pete, whether you live in St. Louis or are just visiting, go to Gaslight and take in the experience for yourself.  You shan’t be disappointed, I promise.

In the meantime, check out this discussion we had regarding the very pressing issue on gun legislation, and what it means to have a Cerebral argument on such a hot-button topic.  We also give some time to discuss the current events in the Missouri Governor’s office associated with Mr. Eric Grietens and how his affair weighs in on our, Things we should actually care about list.

But, before we get into the episode, we want to feature a song from St. Louis artists, The Maness Brothers, and their song, Davey’s Blues, which is available on their EP titled, The Maness Brothers.  Be sure to check out themanessbrothers.com to purchase merch and see when they will be performing in a city near you, because they are all over the place, give them a like and follow on social media, and download their music where all great music can be downloaded.

Episode 57 - Jon Beeby

For this episode, Colt and James were stoked to sit with Jon Beeby.  Jon is s globe trotting, business owning, country walking across, British guy who seems to have a keen business sense, a huge love for life, and he has made one his homes here in St. Louis.  Jon is the proprietor of BY Jack, which began as simply an apparel company, but now creates customized products such koozies, metal photo prints, laser etched glass, laser burned wood art, as well as customized apparel.  By Jack also features a video series called Unplugged By Jack, which you can view on Facebook and Youtube.  Unplugged by Jack offers a raw approach that allows talented artists to perform acoustically, in a very hip black and white format.  Be sure to follow Jon Beeby on Facebook and Instagram, as well as By Jack on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.  And if you need any customized apparel or other gear, be sure to contact By Jack and give them a chance to offer you some high quality merchandise and personalized customer service.  We had a great time chatting it up with Jon and I'm sure you're going to enjoy listening to this episode, just as much as we did recording it.

Song featured in this episode:

Panic by For the City

Episode 56 - Laura Coppinger and Kristen Goodman

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James head over to The Monocle and sit with Laura Coppinger and Kristen Goodman to discuss their upcoming event, Wonderland: Three Floors of Immersive Erotic Art Experience.  Laura and Kristen give us a sneak peak into what promises to be a spectacular extravaganza of erotic art and music, all captured in an Alice in Wonderland theme.  This event is happening at 2720 Cherokee St. in St. Louis, MO, and tickets range from $28.45 to $529.92 through Eventbrite.  Learn more about this experience at the 2720 Cherokee Facebook page and be sure to show Laura and Kristen some love for putting on this spectacular exhibit.  

Song played for this episode:

Love and Planets by Mathias and the Pirates  

Episode 55 - Exit 6 Brewery

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James travel to Cottleville, MO and sit with Jeff Britton and Justin Helm of Exit 6 Pub and Brewery, as well as the Brewsroom Podcast.  Jeff and Justin had us cracking up most of the time as we discuss the brewery, Peruvian knitting, craft beer, The Brewsroom, and of course, Chuck Tingle's fantastic novel, There's a Bitcoin in My Butt.  Check out the Brewsroom Podcast where all great podcasts are downloaded, and you can see the podcast live on Twitch so you can interact with the guys while they record the show.  Also, head up to Cottleville, I know, just use GPS like I did, and drink some great craft beers with Jeff and his crew.  Exit 6 is located at 5055 Highway N STE 113 Cottleville, MO.  Be sure to let them know that the CEP sent you for a free promotional high five and a hug from Justin.

Music played on this episode:

Starting Over by Make Room

Special thanks to our sponsor, The Monocle, located at 4510 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO.

Episode 54 - Steve Ewing

For this episode Colt and I are very proud to bring you Steve Ewing.  Steve is probably best known for being the front man of the St. Louis band, The Urge. During this episode, we discuss all things Urge including how the band formed and their rise to fame, as well as their current approach to maintaining their status of being one of the best bands that St. Louis has to offer.  If you have any doubts about Steve's work ethic, doubt no more.  On top of his continued work with The Urge, Steve also has a busy calendar that includes solo shows, and he is leaving his impact on the business world with Steve's Hot Dogs.  Steve’s Hot Dogs has 2 locations, thus far, one at 2131 Marconi Ave and one at 3457 Magnolia Ave, both in St. Louis MO.  Check out the website at steveshotdogsstl.com, download The Urge where all great music can be downloaded, and go see Steve in concert just as soon as you get the opportunity.  You shan't be disappointed, I promise.  

Songs played for this episode:

How Does It Feel

Out On the Fringe

Episode 53 - Sky Burnt White

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James head up to Washington, MO to meet up with Gabe Stroup and Mario Spina of Sky Burnt White.  Mario recently announced that their Ink Spot Housewarming Party show on March 17, 2018, will be his last with Sky Burnt White.  Of course this gave us much to talk about, but we also delved into the creative process of Gabe.  Also, we discussed the future of Sky Burnt White including a "yet to be named" EP.  Be sure to follow Sky Burnt White on social media, as well as on the local music scene in and around St. Louis.  You can also follow Gabe and Mario on the inter-webs, and let them know how much you appreciate their work.  

Thank you to our sponsor: The Monocle, 4510 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO - themonoclestl.com

Songs played in this episode:


When I'm Done

Episode 52 - Chris Curd

For this episode, Colt and James meet up in beautiful Defiance, MO with the very talented Christopher Curd.  Chris is known for his melodic versatility while pouring out his heart and soul on stage, and he definitely has a knack for writing songs that run the full gamut of human emotion while telling stories of the heart that are easy to connect to.  You may know Chris as the front man for the St. Louis band, The Hush List, but more recently Chris is venturing into solo artist territory.  He has a show coming up on March 30 at Blueberry Hill, in the Duck Room, where he will be joining Pirate Signal for a party to release their EP, Abolition.  Be sure to follow Chris Curd and The Hush List on social media, and download The Hush List album, Left Coast, as well as their single, Gates, where all great music can be downloaded.  

Also, be sure to visit Shane Presley and Jordan Massey's social media pages for information on their respective upcoming shows, and be sure to visit The Monocle at 4510 Manchester Ave. in St. Louis, MO.  You shan't be disappointed, I promise.  

Songs played during this episode:

Chase Me

Days Change 

Episode 51 - Kahsan and Tracy of Kahsan and the Badmash

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James head over to The Monocle for a great opportunity to sit with the very talented Kahsan and Tracy of Kahsan and the Badmash.  Great times were definitely had as we discuss the musical origins of these two artists, their philosophy of life, and creating the utmost positive vibes through music.  Kahsan and Tracy both possess a wisdom that can only be accumulated through life experience and they love to share that wisdom as we wax intellectual on the mics.  Be sure to follow Kahsan and the Badmash on all of your favorite social media sites, download their amazing song Super Man where all great music can be downloaded, and be on the lookout for more great things coming down the pike including a new single called Nude, which will be dropping soon!

Be sure to purchase your tickets from our good friend Jordan Massey (aka RITEHAND ROBOT!) for the Conceptions Arts Show at the link below:


Also, be sure to visit our great friends at The Monocle, located at 4510 Manchester Ave in St. Louis, MO, and check them out at themonoclestl.com.

Song played for this episode:

Super Man

Episode 50 - Steve Briere of The Gasoline Gypsies

For this episode of The CEP, Colt and James had the opportunity to chat with Steve Briere who performs on the vocals, bass, and guitar for the band The Gasoline Gypsies.  Rollicking, genre-transcending rock 'n' roll out of the Detroit, Michigan area, The Gasoline Gypsies are four guys who love the craft.  With three part vocal harmonies, as well as driving guitar and bass riffs, their songs are powerful and intense, yet easy to grasp.  With the release of their album "Killin' Time" on July 1st 2017, The Gasoline Gypsies are eager to show the rock community their chops.  We were fortunate enough to have Steve on the show to give us some of the backstory behind this amazing band and what the future holds for The Gasoline Gypsies!  Be sure to follow The Gasoline Gypsies on all the social media's and download their music where all great music can be found! 

Be sure to buy tickets for the upcoming Conception Arts show which will be held at the Morgan Street Brewery at the link link below.  Support your local artists and our good friend, Jordan Massey!


Also, don't forget about the City Wide Sounds: Rock Paper Podcast Edition show coming up on March 16th at the Old Rock House in St. Louis, MO.  Follow Shane Presley and the Rock Paper Podcast for all the details!  


Song's you will hear in this episode:


Intro: Something's Gotta Give


Outro: Norma Jeane

Episode 49 - Shannon Seeley

For this edition of The CEP, Colt and James chatted with the extremely driven, and strong, Shannon Seeley.  Shannon hales from Michigan and is a Titan Nutrition Athlete, bodybuilder at War Room Nutrition, personal trainer and nutrition coach, 5 times nationally qualified women's physique competitor, and all around motivating individual! We dove deep into the cerebral waters with this one talking about what it takes to be a bodybuilder at that level fighting for a pro card and the mindset one has to have to achieve it. We also dive into some of the adversity that Shannon has overcome in her life to achieve the enormous progress that she’s made thus far, and she definitely isn’t done yet.  You can follow Shannon Seeley on Facebook, and follow her on Instagram as Shanis Fierce.  Have a listen and prepare to be motivated!  

This episode is brought to you by RITEHAND ROBOT!  RITEHAND ROBOT is the moniker for our good friend, Jordan Massey, who has recently received national attention for his artwork.  As a matter of fact, Jordan has an art show coming up on March 24th, from 6pm-10pm at Morgan Street Brewery in St. Louis MO.  This art show is being brought to you by Conception Arts out of New York, New York and Jordan will display some of his genius for all to enjoy.  Tickets are $20 and we will have a link for you to buy them online in the show notes of this episode.  You can follow Jordan Massey on Facebook and Instagram, and follow his artist pages on Facebook, Instagram, and at ritehandrobot.com.  Jordan also does commission work and he has created a new art form of stencil lighting that will change the way the art world wants portraits done.  Check out Jordan on social media, support your local artists, and make plans to attend the Conception Arts show on March 24th at Morgan Street Brewery, located at 721 n 2nd Street in St. Louis MO.  Purchase tickets for the show at  https://www.conceptionarts.com/artist/gryI9cR

We also want to promote our good friend Shane Presley. His podcast, Rock Paper Podcast has teamed up with 4 Hands Brewing Company and Old Rock House in St. Louis, MO to bring you Hillary Fitz Band, Cara Louise Band, and Nick Gusman as part of their City Wide Sounds series. The show is Friday, March 16th and tickets are $7 with $1 from each ticket going to City Wide Charities! The link below can be followed to RSVP! 



And last but not least, make sure you stick around until the end of the show! We are featuring St Louis local band Divide The Empire!


Song you will hear in this episode:


Carnival Ride

Episode 48 - Rob T

For this episode of The CEP, Colt and James traveled to St. Louis to meet up with Rob T, a hilarious up and coming stand up comedian. Rob has been in the St. Louis scene for awhile now and is definitely making his presence known. As of now Rob calls Helium Comedy Club in the St. Louis Galleria Mall his home so follow him on all the social media's to find out when you can catch him. You will not be disappointed!


The track featured in this episode is from the one and only Ace Ha!  


Intro: The Old Green Dawn - Ace Ha

Episode 47 - Laura Coppinger

For this edition of The CEP, Colt and James sit with Laura Coppinger at The Monocle in St. Louis to talk about her position at The Monocle, what she has done since she took over as General Manager, and future plans.  We always have nothing but great things to say about The Monocle and Laura really shines a light on why we are proud to call The Monocle our sponsor. Located inside The Grove, The Monocle will draw you in with the front patio and fire pit where you can hang out and relax while drinking a hand crafted cocktail.  Once you are sucked in, you will have the chance to hang out in The Emerald Room located in the back of The Monocle where they feature cabaret shows, comedy, and national headliners. You will not be disappointed by a visit to our favorite spot in The Grove!  No matter if you are a performing artist or a visual artist in the St. Louis area, Laura Coppinger is calling for you to help make The Monocle a staple in St. Louis.  Check out this episode for further details! Oh and one last thing..... Next time you visit The Monocle, mention that Colt and James at The Cerebral Entertainment Podcast sent you and you will get 10% knocked off your bill!!  Yes you read that right!  Just another perk of listening to The CEP!


Songs featured in this episode are from Canadian Hip Hop Artist JRMY and produced by our good friend, Ace Ha!! Check him out on YouTube at JRMY or Methix and be watching for new music to drop!


Intro: Let Em Know


Outro: Take It Slow

Episode 46 - Inimical Drive

For this episode of The CEP, Colt and James travel to Illinois to sit down with the long time St. Louis local scene band, Inimical Drive! Together since 2002, Inimical Drive has developed their unique and undeniably powerful sound with vocals from Joel Colby, guitar by Nick Blackburn and Josh Mahn, drums by Marc Nicol, and bass guitar by Dan Winter. Following a crowd funding campaign that exceeded expectations, Inimical Drive has recently released two music video's for "Nothing Less" and "From The Ground". Both songs are featured in this episode and we had a great time with these guys. If you haven't yet, get your tickets for 105.7 The Point's Birth Month Show at Pop's Concert Venue in Sauget, Illinois on Saturday, February 3rd.... This show is only $5 and is one of the best local show lineups that St. Louis has seen in a long time! You will see the like's of Scrub and Ace Ha, City of Parks, Common Jones, Inimical Drive, Discrepancies, and believe it or not....BROOKROYAL!! Support local music and find all the music you can from all of these great bands!

Episode 45 - Gavin M

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James head up to Gaslight StL and sit with Gavin M.  Gavin is a very talented singer songwriter who pours his heart out through his music.  Gavin has a new EP coming soon called "Where Do You Call Home?" and for the occasion he is playing an EP release show at The Monocle in St. Louis, MO on February 16th, 2018.  We begin the episode with a live recording of Gavin performing the title track from his new EP.  Then, during the episode, we talk extensively about Gavin M and his music, as well as his influences and experiences that drive him to be such a creative force.  In true CEP fashion, the conversation also veers into what Gavin likes to drink and the science fiction that he enjoys, which gives you a glimpse of the personality behind the artist.  Be sure to follow Gavin M on the relevant social media sites and download his music where all great music can be found.   

Song you will hear in this episode:

Where Do You Call Home? 

Episode 44 - Inner Outlines

For this episode of The CEP, Colt and James sat down at The Monocle with Matt Hall, front man for the band Inner Outlines. The band describes themselves as "A collection of souls brought together as Inner Outlines to bring music to the world, people closer together, and to be a beacon of change for the better." We had a great time chatting with Matt about the origins of the band, the members, and what the future holds for Inner Outlines. This is a band on the local St. Louis scene that you definitely don't want to miss out on! Go to inneroutlines.com now and purchase their EP "Its not safe here." You wont regret it! 


Inner Outlines songs played in the podcast include:


It's Not Safe Here



Episode 43 - Strength and Scotch

We are back for another edition of The CEP! For this episode Colt and James finally got the chance to chat via Skype with Brandon Heavey and Grant Fowlie of The Strength and Scotch Podcast. These guys were a blast to speak with and are very unique in their podcast dynamic. Their podcast is the show where health, fitness, and alcoholism come together in a very interesting way and if you need to know anything and everything about scotch.... look no further than Grant Fowlie! We talked a little bit about fitness and nutrition and "Evidence Based Athlete" which Brandon is the coach and owner of and then we headed straight into Scotchville! We had a lot of fun with this one and I think that you guyS will too. Check out The Strength and Scotch Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and if you have any questions for these guys, definitely hit them up on social media. Their episodes drop every Tuesday so don't miss out! Hit that subscribe button!



Brandon Heavey and Grant Fowlie on Facebook

Strength and Scotch on Facebook

Heaveyduty on instagram

grantmethepower on instagram

strength_and_scotch on Instagram

Episode 42 - Darian Wigfall of Far Fetched

For this episode of the CEP, Colt and James sit and chat with Darian Wigfall of Farfetched to promote the Prologue VII Album Release Party. Darian is a former scientist turned Director of Operations of Farfetched(that story is in the show). Farfetched is a music collective that has been putting out a prologue for the past 6 years and these artists just keep getting better and putting out better music! Prologue VII officially dropped on January 7th and the tracks are stellar. With artists such as CaveofswordS, Golden Curls, Mathias, and Scrub (just to name a few) how can you go wrong? Subscribe now at wearefarfetched.net to receive all the new music Farfetched releases, including Prologue VII and 13 back catalog items, delivered instantly to you via the Bandcamp app for iOS and Android. Also, if you are in earshot of this podcast... You need to be at the Prologue Album Release Party at the Firebird at 2706 Olive St. in St. Louis, MO. 63103. This party will be mind blowing! Do what you can to keep supporting our local artists in St. Louis and local artists wherever you are! Its important! Here's to 2018 Cerebral peeps!