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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 28, 2017

Musician Christopher Lathouwers stops by the podcast to talk about meeting me in third grade, his punk rock years, dropping out of high school, having dreadlocks down to his knees, being a middle child, Santa Maria vs. the Bay Area, moving to a tiny house in the mountains, his obsession with modular synthesis, how to say 'Moog', Don Buchla, Morton Subotnick, East Coast and West Coast synthesis, random voltage, when to stop the Turing machine, plucking the vactrol, sculpting sound, always pressing record, improvising at Synthesethesia, limiting himself to 6U, Alessandro Cortini, D.M.T., ibogaine, and conquering addictions through psychedelics.

Find him online at: https://www.youtube.com/user/lacedheavy or
https://soundcloud.com/musicalfungus

Or follow him on Instagram: @musicalfungus

Nov 21, 2017

Co-founders of the first Thanksgiving, James Pilgromme and Jonathan Turkey drop by the podcast to talk about escaping religious persecution and plagues, landing in Plymouth, rooming together in Brooklyn, organizing a feast, serving a giant bass, stuffing Marla, dancing to hymns, the acoustics of pine cones, traditional food origins, their Thanksgiving play, tapping into the baby literature market, whether it's okay to call it Turkey Day, when pumpkins used to speak, cornucopia, channeling Pilgrim God, the influence of art on history, and what they're thankful for.

Nov 14, 2017
Writer and calligrapher, Ashlee Phillips swings by the podcast to talk about Stein On Riding, her great immigration West, the culture shock of moving to California, growing up in Brookhaven, Mississippi, falling down a lot, getting a car big enough to hold her trombone, Nick Jr.'s Face, staying productive at home, writing fiction in her free time, finding a genre, talking to her dad on WhatsApp, Southern cuisine, California water conservation, hating SLO and coming around, when to consider yourself a Californian, not seeing the racism all around her, bowling for Jesus, having a crisis of faith, O.G. calligraphy, being useless in an apocalypse, figuring out what to recycle, waiting in lion, how to order a soda, and trying not to talk too fast. 
 
Find her online at: http://www.ashleephillips.com/
Nov 7, 2017
Singer-songwriter Anton Josef Kellner stops by the podcast to talk about working on his new record, trying to create a new genre, scrapping a whole album, making the music he wants to hear, Holding Onto Hope, Anton Kellner & The Lone Stars, Teenage Engineering OP-1, 22, A Million, visualizing an album before he's written it, making art for yourself, positive news, just being nice, Hiss Golden Messenger, the media, good guys and bad guys, helping others, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and remembering to flush and floss.
 
Find him online at: https://www.facebook.com/AntonJosefKellner/
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