“Mr Cadillac Fancy Pants” is a podcast that combines arbitrary observations on life and culture, with whimsical humor from metaphysically minded, eccentric hosts. Laugh hard and think profoundly as your hosts take you through deep, introspective discussions on thought provoking topics discussed over good vibes. Maybe you’ll learn something. No promises. But you probably won’t.
Check out the latest episode below! Please follow us on SoundCloud at soundcloud.com/mrcadillacfancypants to keep up with all of the new episodes and to listen to earlier episodes of “Pillow Talk”.
LATEST MCFP EPISODE
EPISODE 12, “HOW TO SAY ‘NO'”
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: Too many people have trouble saying “No” in the world today. Why is that? How can you overcome it if you share this problem? Two of the worst qualified men give unsolicited advice on a problem with an easy solution most of us eventually come to. You’re unprepared hosts also improv on subjects such as European culture, the math-rock genre, and video games.
FEATURED MCFP EPISODES
EPISODE 1, “PILLOW TALK (W/ RAY FLORES)”
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: The very first episode of the fun, dorky, arbitrary, yet thought provoking Apartment 113 Studios’ podcast, “Pillow Talk”, a talk show that metaphysically and introspectively addresses interesting topics. This episode includes but is not limited to the following discussions: Why is discussion an art? What does metaphysical mean? What is deep conversation? And discuss with us and others topics under the recurring segments “Movie Minute”, where we discuss movie topics, suggest independent films, and review popular ones, and “Music Minute”, where we discuss topics on music, suggest independent artists, and dissect lyrics. Stick around till the end for the “Speed Round”, where we subjectively tackle topics like Sports, Popculture, TV, and whatever you guys suggest we should discuss. Enjoy!
EPISODE 9, “CHILDREN OF THE CORN (W/ KAELA & KEVIN CASTRO)”
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this very loaded and topically heavy episode, hosts Kaela, Dorian, and Kevin take on the interesting and expansive subjects of Society, Culture, and Gentrification, and engage in deep discussion on how society and culture is created and changes, as a mildly heated but entertaining debate arises between brother and sister co-hosts Kevin and Kaela on the influences behind cultural progress. Listen, think, and laugh as always to this very interesting episode of Mr Cadillac Fancy Pants
About Your Hosts:
Your hosts of the intuitive-driven podcast are primarily millennials who enjoy arbitrary discussions about little topics, surrounding important areas of life. They are very deep thinkers with perspectives on life that you won’t find anywhere else, and they always present their views with comedic whimsicalness and positive vibes. They’re just figuring it all out like the rest of us.
Hosts of the show alternate on a weekly basis. Check them out below:
Dorian Owens– Self-proclaimed amateur comedian, failed writer, beer enthusiast, and scatter-brained dog lover who rambles about pointless, abstract subjects that you’ll more than likely find interesting, or if anything at least be able to laugh at. He’s the main host and producer of the show. If he’s a professional at anything, it’s deep discussion.
Ray Flores– Writer, independent music maker/ musician, positivity enthusiast, and an original contributor of Apartment 113 Studios with a heart of gold. Listen in on Ray’s episodes as he intimately dissects life lessons so that he and others can take away deeper meaning, while adding a special comedic overtone to every episode that he hosts.
Kaela Castro– Perky optimist, quirky metaphysicist, unique writer, amateur musician, and life and culture enthusiast with such a profound and particular perspective on life, art, and people that it will leave you introspectively rethinking everything you know. “Kales” enjoys puns, dancing, meaningful discussions, and crafting her bangs to perfection. Seriously, her bangs have super powers.
Kevin Castro- Kevin is tall man, a solid 8.9 in the face, a gentle giant who sees our world through a unique lense of innocent practicality and lovable intellect. He’s very book smart, but applies his wits to metaphysically profound philosophies that are sure to throw you into self-reflective introspection. Physically, we assume his heart is well, but figuratively, his heart is dangerously enlarged.