Marvy and Finch visit the Regional Galactic Semi-Final Doughnut Races and take a Giddy Wizard to a picnic.
Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast Episode 5 – Planet Magic
Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast Episode 4 – Opera Pig and Planet Stupid
Marvy and Finch visit Planet Stupid, Hippos on Hovercrafts, Fixit with Fiyargin, and the spectacular Opera Pig.
Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast Episode 3 – The Surprising Cave Boy
Marvy and Finch meet a surprising Cave Boy, Pirates Rate Pies, Long Bowling, and more.
Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast Episode 2 – What Does Stoked Mean
Marvy and Finch pick up a little teapot friend and bring him back to the rocket for Larry. Fresh Bear talks to the Purple Squirrel. New Record Reviews.
Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast Episode 1 – Pilot
The pilot episode of The Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast, an imaginary NPR style rock and roll space comedy broadcast twice monthly from a red and white rocket hurtling through the Galaxy featuring friendly monsters, interviews, and more!
The Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast is Live!
Streaming Live from Across the Galaxy, it’s the Imaginary Accomplishments Podcast! Listen to the first two episodes NOW. Magnificent wonders await! First and second episodes on iTunes and SoundCloud now.
0 Fuzzy & Orange!
In deciding what the very first music video would be for the brand new album, Todd McHatton Presents Marvy Monstone’s Mysterious Fun Time Dream Band, Marvy didn’t want to hoard the spotlight. Instead, he chose to feature his little pal Finch. Finch is a brilliant musician and poet with a depth and maturity not usually associated with amateur horticulturists or semi-professional bowlers. His masterful sense of space and the juxtaposition of disparate elements on varying planes of consciousness shatter traditional expectations of basic color and texture introspection. He is at once both fuzzy and orange. And while there are many that would claim such a state to be unlikely or, at the very least, highly improbable, there he is… knocking on the door, leaving us to wonder; what for?
Is this a modern day parable for the timid warrior or another inconsequential speck of drivel from the off kilter noggin of Todd McHatton? This is truly something to ponder as we sip our tea and hurtle through the vastness of space.
I give you Finch performing Fuzzy & Orange.
Extra special thanks to Cooper McHatton for getting his hands in everything.