Body Farm – based out of central ohio since Jan 2019 to join in the fight for reproductive rights, racial and gender equality and to thwart the downward spiral of the state of Ohio. Body Farm is aligned in support of Ohio organizations such as BQIC (Black, Queer & Intersectional Collective), Planned Parenthood of greater Ohio, NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and others to listen to the voices of those in pain and in need and offer assistance wherever possible. Body Farm also manages its own label, podcast and zine called “So this is Progress?” focused on elevating music in Ohio and the midwest.
Jake Flores‘ material has gotten him raided by the government, retweeted by everyone from Tom Morello to Bette Midler, and published in The New York Times. His stuff has been quoted on CNN by Wolf Blitzer and taught at Yale. He has appeared on The Majority Report, Chapo Trap House, Fun Fun Fun Fest, SXSW, Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, Comedy Cellar Radio and has been shouted out on The Joe Rogan Experience and The Doug Stanhope Podcast. He has toured around the country and opened for Doug Stanhope, Tig Notaro, Greg Fitzsimmons, Jim Norton, Felipe Esparza and Patton Oswalt.
He’s signed to Stand Up! Records and tours regularly while not running his popular Brooklyn show, Yoko. Previously the author of The Observer’s satire column “A Millennial Reviews,” he’s currently the creator and host of radical political comedy podcasts Pod Damn America and Why You Mad. All this while working at a restaurant and living in a squat with no heat. What a country.
Joey Thibodeaux is a comic from Lafayette, LA where he hosted weekly and monthly stand-up shows in the before-world. His mom tells him he’s handsome; everyone else tells him he’s funny. He has opened for Shane Torres, Sean Patton, Geoff Tate, and Mo Alexander, performed on Trill Comedy Fest, and toured most of the Southeast in his girlfriend’s car.
Puddled is above all else an adjective, at best, a state of mind. Caught red-handed, dumbfounded, weaker than you look, toting the line, tangent to the whole, between self-awareness and sensory overload. Puddled believes in the power of words. Puddled is humbly fighting evil with love and rocknroll.