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Interview podcast that features interviews with Philadelphia's leading influencers in the arts, commerce, and just about everything else.

Latest Episodes

Sunny Singh - Punk Archivist

ESunny is the Alan Lomax of hardcore punk. For nearly a decade, he has captured and published thousands of hours of footage of punk and hardcore acts through his site hate5six.com, revealing the scope and scale of an artistic form that is constantly in flux. In this conversation, Sunny and I discuss matters of identity, the changing trends in the punk scene, and whether or not it is still possible to promote political action through music and community.

49 MIN2019 SEP 7
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Sunny Singh - Punk Archivist

10. Ryan Shaner, Stand-Up Comedian

ERyan Shaner is a livewire. I saw him perform at Helium months ago at a local showcase and competition where he delivered a killer set that would later send him onto the championship. Of 250 comics, he beat out 248 others to get to the final round. Shaner claims that his work is apolitical. He doesn’t do political jokes. This, in and of itself, may seem like a political choice, but the truth is, there are other things that Ryan would rather share with you than how he feels about the current climate.

37 MIN2019 MAY 10
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10. Ryan Shaner, Stand-Up Comedian

9. Brian Allen, Mascot Designer / Illustrator

EThough Brian Allen has lived in State College, PA since he was 10, his influence on the city of Philadelphia cannot be understated. Brian is the artist behind Philadelphia’s most notorious export of the past few years: Gritty, the new Flyers mascot. Brian was gracious enough to talk about Gritty’s inception, the design brief he received from the Flyers, the rejected mascot concepts, as well as what happened to Gritty’s identity after he was unleashed upon the world.

62 MIN2019 MAY 10
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9. Brian Allen, Mascot Designer / Illustrator

8. Max Ochester, Record Store Guy / Archivist

EMax owns Brewerytown Beats, my favorite record store in Philly. He is also an archivist, a curator, and historian, who is dedicated to preserving and amplifying stories from the city’s musical past that, often, resonate with our present and future. While he might be the record store guy you want to impress when you lay your selection down on the counter, you can take comfort that your taste is your taste. Beats is a judgment free zone. And the folks there are always happy to help you find your groove.

17 MIN2019 MAY 10
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8. Max Ochester, Record Store Guy / Archivist

7. Joe Lovenduski: Woodworker

EJoe comes from several generations of journeymen, skilled laborers who know how to build, mend, and weld. This kind of legacy comes with a both a wealth of wisdom to mine as well as a heavy burden of identity, of subscribing to specific ideas about what it means to be a man. Joe manages this inheritance gracefully. When he isn’t confronting notions of toxic masculinity, he heads the woodshop at Peg and Awl.

29 MIN2019 MAY 10
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7. Joe Lovenduski: Woodworker

6. Rose Skelton and Nomi Stone: Wild, Garlic Pesto Season

One might have had to look up where in the world Mull is, but in listening to Nomi and Rose talk about the second largest isle off the coast of Scotland [Wiki], it isn’t hard to understand what it is, or at least what it means to them. For one, it’s Rose’s home. But the way Nomi and Rose describe it make it sound like fantasy. A land where ramps and chanterelle mushrooms lay for the picking on a path leading up to a lighthouse on the coast. They forage, they cook, they write. They savor their time tog

8 MIN2019 MAR 5
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6. Rose Skelton and Nomi Stone: Wild, Garlic Pesto Season

5. Rachel "Raylo" Lopez: Working with Skin

Since moving to Philadelphia about a year and a half ago, Raylo has been busy. She runsNo Face Studios, which is a printshop and DIY venue space in Grays Ferry. Raylo puts on shows of all genres for all kinds of people on the regular. On top of all that, she is studying as a tattoo apprentice. During our conversation, we touched on what it's like to work with skin, the lessons she learned after hosting her first show, and how rugby taught her a code of ethics and morals that she still follows today.

23 MIN2019 MAR 5
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5. Rachel "Raylo" Lopez: Working with Skin

4. Tawfeeq Gaines: Search and Rescue Squad

Search and Rescue Squad is the result of a decade’s long obsession with fashion, design, art, culture, and history. At Search and Rescue Squad, Tawfeeq curates a selection of streetware, mid-century modern furniture and objects, found canvases, classic American-made apparel from folks like Schott and Woolrich, and more. When entering his new space in a newly refurbished warehouse space in Brewerytown—which acts something like a gallery, store, salon all at once—one can't help but feel wonder and wande

10 MIN2019 MAR 5
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4. Tawfeeq Gaines: Search and Rescue Squad

3. Hannah: What happens if you fall?

Hannah is a dance student at Temple. She’s been dancing since she was 3, when her folks put her in dance classes to give her an outlet. She says that her first language is her body language. There is a new, guest instructor leading her modern dance class right now, which is exciting to her, especially since they are focusing a lot of their attention on improvisation, which she was gracious enough to share with us during the shoot. As soon as the first note hit her ear, she took off; her body took over.

7 MIN2019 MAR 5
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3. Hannah: What happens if you fall?

2. Damian Munoz: '63 Custom Seafoam Green Fender Strat

EListen to Damian talk about any number of his passions—design, art, guitar, fashion—and you’ll know within moments that the man has done his homework. Founder of the culture blog Point of References, Damian’s mind is a repository for the nitty gritty details of whole design and cultural histories, namely but not only, that of the Fender Stratocaster. He has a yin for fashion, and through his website and Instagram page, publishes street-style fashion photography

6 MIN2019 MAR 5
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2. Damian Munoz: '63 Custom Seafoam Green Fender Strat

Latest Episodes

Sunny Singh - Punk Archivist

ESunny is the Alan Lomax of hardcore punk. For nearly a decade, he has captured and published thousands of hours of footage of punk and hardcore acts through his site hate5six.com, revealing the scope and scale of an artistic form that is constantly in flux. In this conversation, Sunny and I discuss matters of identity, the changing trends in the punk scene, and whether or not it is still possible to promote political action through music and community.

49 MIN2019 SEP 7
Comments
Sunny Singh - Punk Archivist

10. Ryan Shaner, Stand-Up Comedian

ERyan Shaner is a livewire. I saw him perform at Helium months ago at a local showcase and competition where he delivered a killer set that would later send him onto the championship. Of 250 comics, he beat out 248 others to get to the final round. Shaner claims that his work is apolitical. He doesn’t do political jokes. This, in and of itself, may seem like a political choice, but the truth is, there are other things that Ryan would rather share with you than how he feels about the current climate.

37 MIN2019 MAY 10
Comments
10. Ryan Shaner, Stand-Up Comedian

9. Brian Allen, Mascot Designer / Illustrator

EThough Brian Allen has lived in State College, PA since he was 10, his influence on the city of Philadelphia cannot be understated. Brian is the artist behind Philadelphia’s most notorious export of the past few years: Gritty, the new Flyers mascot. Brian was gracious enough to talk about Gritty’s inception, the design brief he received from the Flyers, the rejected mascot concepts, as well as what happened to Gritty’s identity after he was unleashed upon the world.

62 MIN2019 MAY 10
Comments
9. Brian Allen, Mascot Designer / Illustrator

8. Max Ochester, Record Store Guy / Archivist

EMax owns Brewerytown Beats, my favorite record store in Philly. He is also an archivist, a curator, and historian, who is dedicated to preserving and amplifying stories from the city’s musical past that, often, resonate with our present and future. While he might be the record store guy you want to impress when you lay your selection down on the counter, you can take comfort that your taste is your taste. Beats is a judgment free zone. And the folks there are always happy to help you find your groove.

17 MIN2019 MAY 10
Comments
8. Max Ochester, Record Store Guy / Archivist

7. Joe Lovenduski: Woodworker

EJoe comes from several generations of journeymen, skilled laborers who know how to build, mend, and weld. This kind of legacy comes with a both a wealth of wisdom to mine as well as a heavy burden of identity, of subscribing to specific ideas about what it means to be a man. Joe manages this inheritance gracefully. When he isn’t confronting notions of toxic masculinity, he heads the woodshop at Peg and Awl.

29 MIN2019 MAY 10
Comments
7. Joe Lovenduski: Woodworker

6. Rose Skelton and Nomi Stone: Wild, Garlic Pesto Season

One might have had to look up where in the world Mull is, but in listening to Nomi and Rose talk about the second largest isle off the coast of Scotland [Wiki], it isn’t hard to understand what it is, or at least what it means to them. For one, it’s Rose’s home. But the way Nomi and Rose describe it make it sound like fantasy. A land where ramps and chanterelle mushrooms lay for the picking on a path leading up to a lighthouse on the coast. They forage, they cook, they write. They savor their time tog

8 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
6. Rose Skelton and Nomi Stone: Wild, Garlic Pesto Season

5. Rachel "Raylo" Lopez: Working with Skin

Since moving to Philadelphia about a year and a half ago, Raylo has been busy. She runsNo Face Studios, which is a printshop and DIY venue space in Grays Ferry. Raylo puts on shows of all genres for all kinds of people on the regular. On top of all that, she is studying as a tattoo apprentice. During our conversation, we touched on what it's like to work with skin, the lessons she learned after hosting her first show, and how rugby taught her a code of ethics and morals that she still follows today.

23 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
5. Rachel "Raylo" Lopez: Working with Skin

4. Tawfeeq Gaines: Search and Rescue Squad

Search and Rescue Squad is the result of a decade’s long obsession with fashion, design, art, culture, and history. At Search and Rescue Squad, Tawfeeq curates a selection of streetware, mid-century modern furniture and objects, found canvases, classic American-made apparel from folks like Schott and Woolrich, and more. When entering his new space in a newly refurbished warehouse space in Brewerytown—which acts something like a gallery, store, salon all at once—one can't help but feel wonder and wande

10 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
4. Tawfeeq Gaines: Search and Rescue Squad

3. Hannah: What happens if you fall?

Hannah is a dance student at Temple. She’s been dancing since she was 3, when her folks put her in dance classes to give her an outlet. She says that her first language is her body language. There is a new, guest instructor leading her modern dance class right now, which is exciting to her, especially since they are focusing a lot of their attention on improvisation, which she was gracious enough to share with us during the shoot. As soon as the first note hit her ear, she took off; her body took over.

7 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
3. Hannah: What happens if you fall?

2. Damian Munoz: '63 Custom Seafoam Green Fender Strat

EListen to Damian talk about any number of his passions—design, art, guitar, fashion—and you’ll know within moments that the man has done his homework. Founder of the culture blog Point of References, Damian’s mind is a repository for the nitty gritty details of whole design and cultural histories, namely but not only, that of the Fender Stratocaster. He has a yin for fashion, and through his website and Instagram page, publishes street-style fashion photography

6 MIN2019 MAR 5
Comments
2. Damian Munoz: '63 Custom Seafoam Green Fender Strat
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