Annie and her best friend since the early 00’s Joe Cardamone (The Icarus Line, Holy War, American Primitive) sit down to talk life, love and Bird Box on this heartwarming episode of Empath of Least Resistance. They also do some ramshackle Ceelo and INXS covers.
Collin Deatherage from The War Toys drops in to discuss the purposeful poisoning of a nation via psych meds and other pharmaceuticals, punching cops in the face and much, much more on this epic two hour episode of Empath.
Allan MacDonell (writer and punk rock pioneer, co-inventor of the slam dance so I’ve just seen on google books!!) and Annie sit down to have a chat about all kinds of stuff including Allan’s new book Now That I Am Gone, his days in the early 70’s LA punk scene, writing for Slash Magazine and how Allan trail-blazed the pictures-of-girls-peeing movement in porn from his days working at Hustler. All this in the gaping center of the 1212 portal!!!
Joey Mann aka Landlordd aka Mister Bitches was best friends with Robert Paulson aka Cadalack Ron. A self proclaimed pimp who just wanted to “party with the devil, 666” sobriety has evolved him into quite the upstanding citizen. When did Empath lowkey turn into an AA podcast? I don’t know but it did.
Kevvy Mental is back for another swapcast on Empath of Least Resistance/Barely About Music! Just listen cuz you know these are your favorites!
Annie is on her own once more, covering show tunes and talking to you about a slew of spiritual in nature stuff in order to help you improve your miserable life. Time for fun and distraction is over, let’s get it together. Spelunking your pain cave is never as bad as pretending it’s not there and that you’re not dying of a crippling loneliness that tops narcissism on the epidemic scale in today’s world.
Spencer MacFarland joins Annie and Jaqueline for a discussion about all kinds of topics including fear of intimacy and core beliefs that make one attracted to emotionally unavailable people. Annie gives herself a hair wrap while Jaqueline composites their charts and discovers Annie and Spencer could be in a mutually beneficial relationship if only either of them knew how to be attracted to people that wouldn’t ultimately reject them. Spencer’s blood is tested live on air to see if he is of the serpent’s bloodline, you won’t believe the shocking results!
This episode finds Annie Hardy almost appearing as being the normal one as Annie E. And Jax lay in bed injuriously eating candy whilst feeling the effects of the full moon. They discuss “the shift” from 3D to 5D that’s presently taking place.
This week Alex Maslansky sits down with Annie, Jaqueline and Annie jr. to discuss Attachment Theory as the ladies delve deep into his romantic life and hear all about a mysterious woman named Analabra! Don’t miss a moment of this riveting episode of Empath of Least Resistance! Please leave us a review if you like the new show, won’t you?
Annie is back with two new cohosts, Jaqueline and Annie... yes, that’s two Annie’s. The ladies discuss Twin Flames and attachment theory and much more.
Hi Jed!!! We haven’t done a podcast episode in awhile. Here’s one with my friend Kevvy again. It’s a whatchamacalit episode where I’m on his podcast and he’s on mine? And it’s the same episode? But on both of ours? Idk what the fuck the kids call this shit but Kevvy is my Canadian rockstar friend from the band Fake Shark 🦈 and an Empath and he’s tite. And idk what to say for the description. I guess just copy and paste what I’m writing here. Fuck it. No time. The end is nigh!
Thanks Jed you’re still the best!
Caitlin Bothwell and Annie Hardy recreate Caitlin’s third grade sound fx radio show on this episode recorded in the car!
Annie selves into the topic of Nightmare People and how suffering these fools can give you a life of your wildest nightmares.
A change of pace from usual narc talk, this episode of Empath is mostly about the benefits of colon cleansing and just to keep it real, Annie performs an enema throughout the entirety of the episode. If that’s not commitment, I don’t know what is. Please like and subscribe and leave us a posi review, tell someone you know how much you love the show! Spread love, not your buttcheeks... although this week maybe spread both.
Los Angeles is ablaze so Annie discusses fire starters aka darksiders aka toxic friends and why it’s bad to keep them around. The seven chakra system is also broken down as well as an autoharp mash up medley of The Cult’s “Fire Woman” and “Light My Fire” by The Doors!
Annie uses the gift of common sense and logic to investigate the deluge of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood and beyond. Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over” is covered and we end with a sweet meditation.
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Annie’s estranged co-host Asia is back on this new episode of Empath of Least Resistance where the topic is the Walking Dead Robot Zombie feedback loops, those societal fear programs that make us get lost in thought and fail to take action in life. TLC is covered and freestyles are had for all.
Broadcasting rogue style from the center of a peak moment Annie returns to talk about Narcs, Maslow’s Hierarchy and self actualization. featuring original songs, for a change.
Annie Hardy (frontwoman of the band Giant Drag) is traveling the Empath of Least Resistance, speaking the gospel of truth according to her as it pertains to spirituality, conspiracy, narcissists and other personality disorders and also playing some songs and guiding some meditations. Listen in and learn how to heal your weary soul... or at least laugh. Same diff I suppose.
Empath of Least Resistance is back, now with twice the Annie Hardy!
Annie remembers her dear friend & fellow musician Alvin DeGuzman & explains why being nice and never objecting almost assures you’ll die of cancer.
Also prone to give you cancer, NARCS! Yes, everyone’s favorite EoLR topic is back! Narcs, demons, millenials, angels, Jesus and a guided meditation!
“Thirteen” by Big Star and “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory” by Johnny Thunders are covered. Let us know what you think by reviewing us in the Apple Store and recommend it to someone if you’re feeling the vibe.
Spread Love, not your buttcheeks!