Andrew and Kinsey met in March of 2015 at one of Andrew’s shows. They became friends and have kicked ass ever since.
Andrew enjoys the finer things in life, such as drinking tea in the mornings while looking at memes. His other interests include Power Rangers, KISS, Degrassi (in all of its variations), Star Wars (in almost all of its variations), Riverdale, Stranger Things, Third Eye Blind, The X-Files, Beetleborgs, Nicolas Cage, documentary films, and playing music. He is a multi-instrumentalist who has performed all over the Southeast and is the former drummer of local Birmingham, AL based metal band, Sinema. He is also a solo artist under the name ABOB.
Kinsey enjoys staying up late, drinking coffee, travelling, reading, music photography, bubble baths, and everything entailing Alabama Football. She also enjoys following Hanson and Pearl Jam on tour, Gilmore Girls, Spongebob Squarepants, This is Us, Golden Girls, The Office, New Girl, Reese Witherspoon movies, Full[er] House, The Big Bang Theory, collecting Curious George memorabilia and sock monkeys, watching college football (the SEC is the best conference), and 90s and 2000s Nu-Metal. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with an emphasis on Journalism and American Studies from the University of Alabama and Master of Arts in Teaching with an emphasis on Community College Education and History from Mississippi State University. She is also the photographer/archivist/merch girl for regional touring band, CBDB. ROLL TIDE & HAIL STATE.
Collectively, they love old school Nickelodeon, like Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, The Amanda Show, All That, Kenan & Kel, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, Rocket Power, and Nickelodeon G.A.S. They also enjoy reading conspiracy theories, going to Pop Culture Conventions, board games, Napoleon Dynamite, 20 questions, The Leonard Maltin game, watching Friends, Funko pops, Harry Potter, cheesy puns, Green Day, long naps, tattoos, and going to 2nd & Charles.
Their goal in this website is to report on various aspects of pop culture endeavors, while archiving their collective experiences.
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