Lutefisk Sushi Podcast episode 6: Lupi McGinty

In the sixth episode host DANNO KLONOWSKI talks with MN cartoonist LUPI McGINTY about the prolific body of work she’s produced over the last 3 years, Calvin and Hobbes, and the cut-throat world of podcasting.

This talk was recorded while we both very much-so drunk on the Mexican island of Isla Mujeres, and features a kick-ass music interlude by the hardest-working Mariachi in show business.  The closing song is a bootleg recording of JESUS CAMPUZANO . I did buy his album, but I wanted to give a dose of what it was like to see him live 3 times in the space of a week. Sadly, his cover of Rage Against the Machine’s KILLING IN THE NAME OF was not recorded for future generations. It was pretty amazing.


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Comments

  1. Lupi says:

    That was the strongest vodka tonic ever. I was fairly sober when we started but then…well…

    | Reply Posted October 27, 2011, 8:10 am
  • Maxeem says:

    Awesome interview – great sound!!! And setting…

    | Reply Posted October 29, 2011, 11:32 am
  • Kevin says:

    I love the setting, real or not. I think every podcast from now on should have beach SFX and an exuberant Mexican waiter!

    | Reply Posted October 29, 2011, 12:40 pm


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