Jesse and his guest Barton McGuire (aka Divatron of Mugatu) talk all the way through the Jurassic Park franchise, reminiscing about the magic of the first film, the merits of the sequels, and whether or not Jeff Goldblum is a special effect. Is Jurassic World a worthy successor? Is The Lost World better or worse than Jurassic Park III? Is Chris Pratt sexy enough to control raptors with his mind? Let’s find out!
Johnny Unicorn and Jesse Mercury get deep and personal, discussing Captain Eo, SNICK and the relationship between drugs and science fiction. This episode contains special acoustic performances, including a wonderfully intimate version of Johnny’s song Science, and Jesse’s new song Cold Dead World.
For more from Johnny Unicorn visit his website, and don’t forget to check out his Jam Unit at SeaProg on August 9th!
This week, Jesse’s guest is the inimitable Johnny Unicorn, an intensely creative prog/pop musician based in Seattle. They talk about their mutual love of injecting science fiction themes into their music, as well as the SciFi they grew up on and how it shaped their imaginations.
Check out Johnny Unicorn on his website, and come see him perform with his Jam Unit (including Jesse Mercury) at SeaProg on August 9th!
I am thrilled to announce that my music video Relativity (or: How to Stop Worrying and Love the Computer) has been accepted into the Northwest Heat Music Video Festival!
The concert screening will take place at The Shakedown located at 1212 N State St. in Bellingham, WA on Wednesday, July 15th at 8 PM – Tickets are $3, cash and/or card accepted. Directions can be found here. *This concert will be ages 21+*
The final screening and awards announcement will take place at the Pickford Film Center located at 1318 Bay St. in Bellingham, WA on Thursday, July 16th at 9 PM – Tickets are $2, cash and/or card accepted. Directions can be found here.
. Check out their website for details, and don’t forget to watch the video!
I’ll be performing some intergalactic music as part of the BootCamp variety show for Broken Cage Collective at the Jewelbox Theater. 7/10, 7PM show. Buy Tickets Here. Here’s the official show description:
Listen up, maggots! It’s time to show the world what we’re made of! A talent show of sorts, BootCamp! allows our collective to connect with the community as we work our various artistic muscles for your entertainment. Performed every other month, get motivated by the spectacle of our unique humor, music, yummy netherparts and feats of human-like art stuff.
This edition features the talents of:
Kenzie Kenzington & Chloe Blunter-Hurst
with Pickup by Penny Banks
Hosted by Rebecca M Davis
BootCamp! is the perfect showcase of Seattle’s diverse artistic body, featuring local artists who wanna strut their stuff for an audience–YOU! IT’S ALL FOR YOU!!!
BootCamp! is part of a fundraising initiative for our Mainstage production, set to go up August 2016. Any donations from generous individuals are a big help. We’d love to continue bringing exciting new work to the world, so please consider becoming a Superhero or CEO of Our Hearts when you purchase your tickets today.
If you’re curious about Broken Cage Collective, please visit our website at http://brokencagecollective.weebly.com/ for more information about who we are and what the heck we’re doing this for. You’ll like us, you’ll really like us!
Bolians! Evil space worms! Bobbing for Klingon hairstyles! Audri Tapia and Jesse Mercury continue their discussion of Star Trek: The Next Generation season 1. As a recent first time viewer, Audri shares her initial impressions of each episode. Jesse has uncontrollable nostalgia tremors while discussing TNG on the big screen, and his time as a background extra in the 2009 reboot.
In the innagural episode of SciFi with Jesse Mercury, our titular host and guest Audri Tapia delve into Star Trek: The Next Generation season 1. Audri is a recent arrival in the world of Trek and Jesse is a die-hard Trekkie from the days of old. Listen as they examine the show from their wildly different perspectives.