Local Natives

This week we talk to one of our favorite indie-rock bands, Local Natives. The L.A. band has just released its second album, Hummingbird, and it's one you need to check out. We also talk to musician and actress Caitlin Crosby about her organization, "The Giving Keys," aimed at getting people out of homelessness through the power of recycled keys. Plus, Cameron scares the neighborhood hoodlums, we unpack the future of 3-D printers and then dissect the quality of your mixtapes.

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Bonus Content

Featured Videos

Local Natives - "Breakers" (Official Music Video)


Caitlin Crosby of The Giving Keys

Episode Wiki

Notable Jokes & Runs

3:50 - Cameron begins his epic story about scaring the teens in his neighborhood who "ding-dong-ditch" his home by appearing as a shadowy figure with a hoodie, the Hoodman is born.

32:30 - Riff about a trailer for the Hoodman movie.

Notable Guest Moments

34:00 - Local Natives interview.

43:01 - Caitlin Crosby interview.

Other Notable Moments

23:18 - Cameron has a slice about 3D printing becoming more mainstream due to companies like MakerBot.

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Question of the Week

If you had a 3D printer, what would you use it to create?

3D printing is the next big thing, and as costs continue to drop, consumer anticipation continues to build. So this week we want to know, if you had your own 3D printer, what would you use it to create?




petejuvinall commented…

I'd use it to print ink cartridges for my other printer because I'm meta like that.

Dan Donkers


Dan Donkers commented…

Two words. Bouncy Castle.

Matt Dudley


Matt Dudley commented…

I would print a talking Whale Shark. Then, I would punch it. When the Whale Shark looks at me and asks, "Why?" I would look at it intently and simply reply, "You know why."
The Talking Whale Shark would then nod with understanding.

Nicholas Hemerling


Nicholas Hemerling commented…

Jor-El is Superman's father. Kal-El is Superman. Get it right, Jesse!

Kyle Atkins


Kyle Atkins commented…

That's easy - a hoverboard like Marty McFly's in Back to the Future. Who doesn't want to have one of those?

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