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We strive to be both intellectually stimulating and entertaining, with commentary on everything from recent world political phenomena to Lebron’s dominance. With two of the three founders of the platform being from Cleveland, Ohio, we strive to keep the pulse of what is happening in the Midwest and other parts of the country that are typically ignored by those living on the coasts. We all have relative expertise in theory, philosophy, literary theory, and comparative literature, and aim to use the tools we have learned as recent college graduates to both practically give interesting takes to what is happening in the world and to not have those “ivory tower” skills rot as we enter into our mid-twenties.In any case, please enjoy. Send all inquiries, submissions, questions, help us be better, or suggestions about how you could contribute in some way to juniordancepodcast@gmail.com

Latest Episodes

19: Russian Bots/Nikolai's Dreams

We are Russian agents on this one. Billy, Joy, and new guest Nikolai discuss the Strelka Institute, an architecture and urban planning school/think tank housed in Moscow, which Joy and Nikolai both attend. We also discuss the strange dreams that Nikolai has been having, including one where he and his friends are running away from an apocalyptic event. Finally, Joy and Billy discuss the perils of going to single sex schools. And a bunch of other stuff, I don't really remember and I didn't re-listen to the whole thing honestly, so the quality might be off. Might have also talked about memes and stuff (ay Russia), and the recent Russian election. Also Nikolai and Joy discuss a trip they recently went on, and Nikolai discusses his evolving sense of some sort of Russian nationalism/identity having alternately spent time in "Siberia" and big cities. He's actually from Russia. So if the CIA is listening to this podcast/reading this, he's the Russian agent. Me and Joy are just playing along, please don't send us to the gulag. Song Credits: Open Mike Eagle: Dark Comedy Morning Show Panda Bear: Mr. Noah

74 MIN2018 MAR 28
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19: Russian Bots/Nikolai's Dreams

18: Joy Is a Good Girl/ I Wanna be Sent to a Penal Colony

Billy (@goodpureform) and Joy (@dykwyas) are joined by Rob Kozar and Jackson Frons (@fronssss). We discuss indie lit, Tao Lin, Jackson's various literary side hustles, Jacques Tati's "Playtime," WKW's "Fallen Angels," Kafka's "The Castle," Joy's recent trip to Chicago, whether or not we would welcome being sent to a penal colony, the world of NYC journals, and Don Delillo. We also discuss Nausicaa (shout out to Homer and Odysseus) Renner's piece in N+1, "Misdiagnosis," which discusses the phenomenon of diagnosing Trump, mainly by mental health professionals, and why it may be missing the point (https://nplusonemag.com/online-only/online-only/misdiagnosis/). Links to our work: 1. Joy recently translated a piece by Lee Chi-liung, which was published in Asymptote. Read it here: https://www.asymptotejournal.com/nonfiction/lee-chi-leung-when-the-migrants-amass-notes-from-the-new-territories/ 2. Jackson had his story "This" published in the Hobart Pulp last month. Check it out here: http://www.hobartpulp.com/web_features/this 3. Billy has been publishing film reviews for The Reserve, an online Cleveland magazine, for a bit now. Check out his reviews here: https://www.thereservenews.com/author/williamlennon/ Song Credits: 1. "Souvlaki Space Station" by Slowdive 2. "Kaputt" by Destroyer Thanks for listening!!!

67 MIN2018 JAN 25
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18: Joy Is a Good Girl/ I Wanna be Sent to a Penal Colony

17: Wong Kar-wai Not (have an episode on Wong Kar-wai)?

In this episode, the original gang of Billy (@goodpureform), Joy (@dykwyas), and Kyle (@chickenpaprkia) discuss a few films by Wong Kar-wai, most notably Chungking Express, Happy Together, and Fallen Angels, with reference to Ackbar Abbas' book "Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance." We also generally muse about the new year, and various other topics, including Heidegger, Deleuze, Woody Allen, Eastern Philosophy, Tarkovsky, Godard, and Bergman. Will include links to pieces we discuss on juniordance.wordpress.com. Song Credits: California Dreamin': The Mamas and The Papas (from Chungking Express) Happy Together: The Turtles (from Happy Together)

85 MIN2018 JAN 5
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17: Wong Kar-wai Not (have an episode on Wong Kar-wai)?

16: The Production of Male Rage, Net Neutrality, and 'Bama

William Lennon, Rob Kozar, and Kyle are at it again, discussing the revoking of net neutrality, Doug Jones' victory in the Alabama special election and its implications, and Dayna Tortorici's essay in the latest edition of N+1, "In the Maze." (https://nplusonemag.com/issue-30/the-intellectual-situation/in-the-maze/). We also have a special segment where we pay tribute to the recently passed William H. Gass. Link to articles mentioned in this episode/show notes: https://juniordance.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/jd-16-the-production-of-male-rage-net-neutrality-and-bama/ Song Credits: The Vanishing American Family by ScubaZ Black Refraction by Tim Hecker Rutti by Slowdive Underside of Power by Algiers One Correction: I referred to the latest issue of N+1 as being titled "Winter Wonderland," when in reality it is titled "Motherland." Interesting slip.

69 MIN2017 DEC 19
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16: The Production of Male Rage, Net Neutrality, and 'Bama

15: Pernicious Narratives

In this episode, myself and Rob Kozar have a two-pronged thesis. The first part of it is that US government puts forth false narratives in order to justify our military presence in foreign countries, namely the Middle East. The second part of it is that the media often plays-down or mis-represents our actions involving foreign governments. We look at a plethora of articles and look at how this thesis holds up in our relation to Yemen, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. We begin with a quick look at Vietnam, and even earlier at the CPI, to find the origins of when the government began to put forth false narratives to justify our actions in the world. Our website has a more detailed list of notes, links to articles we discuss, and some videos that apply to what we talk about. Here's a link to the page: https://juniordance.wordpress.com/2017/12/10/jd-15-pernicious-narratives-on-us-involvement-in-the-middle-east/ Music Credits: New Dawn Fades by Joy Division Reckoner by Radiohead.

74 MIN2017 DEC 11
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15: Pernicious Narratives

14: And the Cycle Continues (On Gentrification)

Billy, Jasmine and Kevin talk about gentrification in New York and Cleveland. We talk about how a combination of artists moving to low-income areas in conjunction with developers drive out people who have lived in those low-income areas for a long time, mainly POC's, which is basically a new form of colonization. We also talk about whether or not art has the duty of making social change, Charlie Kirk's recent visit to Cleveland State, New York's search for a night mayor, and DIY spaces. Articles discussed: https://t.co/eWG6Xi00vG, http://observer.com/2017/10/new-york-city-nightlife-mayor/ … https://t.co/O3Nn2i9uk8, https://t.co/ujubwBWcPk, https://t.co/8CsfeFh8ZW Song Credits: Quo Vadis- Lower Dens Continental Shelf- Preoccupations

80 MIN2017 NOV 17
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14: And the Cycle Continues (On Gentrification)

13: I'm Allowed To Say This Because I'm X

Billy and Kyle are joined by special guest Jasmine. We discuss Torts, Hillary's new book, Trash TV, cigarettes, and Kingdom Hearts. Articles discussed are by Sam Kriss.(http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-clinton-what-happened-review_us_59c16721e4b0186c22066d72) and Chris Lehmann (https://thebaffler.com/blessed-and-brightest/what-happened). Song Credits: Silver- Caribou Golden Arrow- Darkside American Dream- LCD Soundsystem

87 MIN2017 OCT 3
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13: I'm Allowed To Say This Because I'm X

12: Transgression; Or, Draymond Green's a Surrealist

On this episode, Billy, Kyle, and Joy discuss the colonization of Hong Kong, 4 chan, left Facebook, editing Wikipedia pages for Feminism, and why Draymond Green is kind of a surrealist. Articles and books discussed are "Collaborative Colonial Power: The Making of the Hong Kong Chinese" by Sang Law and "An Oasis of Horror in an Internet of Boredom" by Angela Nagle. Song Credits: Silver Soul: Beach House Dice Throw: Projection Hotline Strangers: Car Seat Headrest

70 MIN2017 JUL 4
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12: Transgression; Or, Draymond Green's a Surrealist

11: Ministry of Swag

I'm joined by Rob Kozar, Jackson Frons, and Peter Adler Asch. We discuss Dad rock, celebrities in politics, valor, identity politics, Lena Dunham and OBJ, Marxism, the Arab Spring, D3 tennis, sports culture, Peter's Great Grandfather Solomon Asch, and neoliberalism. Rob leaves and returns just like a little man you might know named JESUS. Articles discussed are by Jennifer Matsui (https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/05/25/the-rise-of-the-alt-center/)and Max Alvarez (https://thebaffler.com/the-poverty-of-theory/going-underground). Song Credits: Dive- Projection Hotline Jesus Etc.- Wilco Midnight Song- Wild Nothing Blue Thunder- Galaxie 500 All the songs playing at Rob's bars

73 MIN2017 JUN 28
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11: Ministry of Swag

10: Miss the Moment

I'm joined by my housemate, fellow JD collaborator, and professor at LCCC, Rob Kozar. We discuss evolutionary theory, the state of the left, social psychological experiments, Zizek, Lenin, Althusser, and Radiohead's song "Optimistic", which I stupidly didn't use to close out the podcast. Song Credits: Venus by Television Chain Smoker by Chance Sweetest Kill by Broken Social Scene

45 MIN2017 JUN 20
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10: Miss the Moment

Latest Episodes

19: Russian Bots/Nikolai's Dreams

We are Russian agents on this one. Billy, Joy, and new guest Nikolai discuss the Strelka Institute, an architecture and urban planning school/think tank housed in Moscow, which Joy and Nikolai both attend. We also discuss the strange dreams that Nikolai has been having, including one where he and his friends are running away from an apocalyptic event. Finally, Joy and Billy discuss the perils of going to single sex schools. And a bunch of other stuff, I don't really remember and I didn't re-listen to the whole thing honestly, so the quality might be off. Might have also talked about memes and stuff (ay Russia), and the recent Russian election. Also Nikolai and Joy discuss a trip they recently went on, and Nikolai discusses his evolving sense of some sort of Russian nationalism/identity having alternately spent time in "Siberia" and big cities. He's actually from Russia. So if the CIA is listening to this podcast/reading this, he's the Russian agent. Me and Joy are just playing along, please don't send us to the gulag. Song Credits: Open Mike Eagle: Dark Comedy Morning Show Panda Bear: Mr. Noah

74 MIN2018 MAR 28
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19: Russian Bots/Nikolai's Dreams

18: Joy Is a Good Girl/ I Wanna be Sent to a Penal Colony

Billy (@goodpureform) and Joy (@dykwyas) are joined by Rob Kozar and Jackson Frons (@fronssss). We discuss indie lit, Tao Lin, Jackson's various literary side hustles, Jacques Tati's "Playtime," WKW's "Fallen Angels," Kafka's "The Castle," Joy's recent trip to Chicago, whether or not we would welcome being sent to a penal colony, the world of NYC journals, and Don Delillo. We also discuss Nausicaa (shout out to Homer and Odysseus) Renner's piece in N+1, "Misdiagnosis," which discusses the phenomenon of diagnosing Trump, mainly by mental health professionals, and why it may be missing the point (https://nplusonemag.com/online-only/online-only/misdiagnosis/). Links to our work: 1. Joy recently translated a piece by Lee Chi-liung, which was published in Asymptote. Read it here: https://www.asymptotejournal.com/nonfiction/lee-chi-leung-when-the-migrants-amass-notes-from-the-new-territories/ 2. Jackson had his story "This" published in the Hobart Pulp last month. Check it out here: http://www.hobartpulp.com/web_features/this 3. Billy has been publishing film reviews for The Reserve, an online Cleveland magazine, for a bit now. Check out his reviews here: https://www.thereservenews.com/author/williamlennon/ Song Credits: 1. "Souvlaki Space Station" by Slowdive 2. "Kaputt" by Destroyer Thanks for listening!!!

67 MIN2018 JAN 25
Comments
18: Joy Is a Good Girl/ I Wanna be Sent to a Penal Colony

17: Wong Kar-wai Not (have an episode on Wong Kar-wai)?

In this episode, the original gang of Billy (@goodpureform), Joy (@dykwyas), and Kyle (@chickenpaprkia) discuss a few films by Wong Kar-wai, most notably Chungking Express, Happy Together, and Fallen Angels, with reference to Ackbar Abbas' book "Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance." We also generally muse about the new year, and various other topics, including Heidegger, Deleuze, Woody Allen, Eastern Philosophy, Tarkovsky, Godard, and Bergman. Will include links to pieces we discuss on juniordance.wordpress.com. Song Credits: California Dreamin': The Mamas and The Papas (from Chungking Express) Happy Together: The Turtles (from Happy Together)

85 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
17: Wong Kar-wai Not (have an episode on Wong Kar-wai)?

16: The Production of Male Rage, Net Neutrality, and 'Bama

William Lennon, Rob Kozar, and Kyle are at it again, discussing the revoking of net neutrality, Doug Jones' victory in the Alabama special election and its implications, and Dayna Tortorici's essay in the latest edition of N+1, "In the Maze." (https://nplusonemag.com/issue-30/the-intellectual-situation/in-the-maze/). We also have a special segment where we pay tribute to the recently passed William H. Gass. Link to articles mentioned in this episode/show notes: https://juniordance.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/jd-16-the-production-of-male-rage-net-neutrality-and-bama/ Song Credits: The Vanishing American Family by ScubaZ Black Refraction by Tim Hecker Rutti by Slowdive Underside of Power by Algiers One Correction: I referred to the latest issue of N+1 as being titled "Winter Wonderland," when in reality it is titled "Motherland." Interesting slip.

69 MIN2017 DEC 19
Comments
16: The Production of Male Rage, Net Neutrality, and 'Bama

15: Pernicious Narratives

In this episode, myself and Rob Kozar have a two-pronged thesis. The first part of it is that US government puts forth false narratives in order to justify our military presence in foreign countries, namely the Middle East. The second part of it is that the media often plays-down or mis-represents our actions involving foreign governments. We look at a plethora of articles and look at how this thesis holds up in our relation to Yemen, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. We begin with a quick look at Vietnam, and even earlier at the CPI, to find the origins of when the government began to put forth false narratives to justify our actions in the world. Our website has a more detailed list of notes, links to articles we discuss, and some videos that apply to what we talk about. Here's a link to the page: https://juniordance.wordpress.com/2017/12/10/jd-15-pernicious-narratives-on-us-involvement-in-the-middle-east/ Music Credits: New Dawn Fades by Joy Division Reckoner by Radiohead.

74 MIN2017 DEC 11
Comments
15: Pernicious Narratives

14: And the Cycle Continues (On Gentrification)

Billy, Jasmine and Kevin talk about gentrification in New York and Cleveland. We talk about how a combination of artists moving to low-income areas in conjunction with developers drive out people who have lived in those low-income areas for a long time, mainly POC's, which is basically a new form of colonization. We also talk about whether or not art has the duty of making social change, Charlie Kirk's recent visit to Cleveland State, New York's search for a night mayor, and DIY spaces. Articles discussed: https://t.co/eWG6Xi00vG, http://observer.com/2017/10/new-york-city-nightlife-mayor/ … https://t.co/O3Nn2i9uk8, https://t.co/ujubwBWcPk, https://t.co/8CsfeFh8ZW Song Credits: Quo Vadis- Lower Dens Continental Shelf- Preoccupations

80 MIN2017 NOV 17
Comments
14: And the Cycle Continues (On Gentrification)

13: I'm Allowed To Say This Because I'm X

Billy and Kyle are joined by special guest Jasmine. We discuss Torts, Hillary's new book, Trash TV, cigarettes, and Kingdom Hearts. Articles discussed are by Sam Kriss.(http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-clinton-what-happened-review_us_59c16721e4b0186c22066d72) and Chris Lehmann (https://thebaffler.com/blessed-and-brightest/what-happened). Song Credits: Silver- Caribou Golden Arrow- Darkside American Dream- LCD Soundsystem

87 MIN2017 OCT 3
Comments
13: I'm Allowed To Say This Because I'm X

12: Transgression; Or, Draymond Green's a Surrealist

On this episode, Billy, Kyle, and Joy discuss the colonization of Hong Kong, 4 chan, left Facebook, editing Wikipedia pages for Feminism, and why Draymond Green is kind of a surrealist. Articles and books discussed are "Collaborative Colonial Power: The Making of the Hong Kong Chinese" by Sang Law and "An Oasis of Horror in an Internet of Boredom" by Angela Nagle. Song Credits: Silver Soul: Beach House Dice Throw: Projection Hotline Strangers: Car Seat Headrest

70 MIN2017 JUL 4
Comments
12: Transgression; Or, Draymond Green's a Surrealist

11: Ministry of Swag

I'm joined by Rob Kozar, Jackson Frons, and Peter Adler Asch. We discuss Dad rock, celebrities in politics, valor, identity politics, Lena Dunham and OBJ, Marxism, the Arab Spring, D3 tennis, sports culture, Peter's Great Grandfather Solomon Asch, and neoliberalism. Rob leaves and returns just like a little man you might know named JESUS. Articles discussed are by Jennifer Matsui (https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/05/25/the-rise-of-the-alt-center/)and Max Alvarez (https://thebaffler.com/the-poverty-of-theory/going-underground). Song Credits: Dive- Projection Hotline Jesus Etc.- Wilco Midnight Song- Wild Nothing Blue Thunder- Galaxie 500 All the songs playing at Rob's bars

73 MIN2017 JUN 28
Comments
11: Ministry of Swag

10: Miss the Moment

I'm joined by my housemate, fellow JD collaborator, and professor at LCCC, Rob Kozar. We discuss evolutionary theory, the state of the left, social psychological experiments, Zizek, Lenin, Althusser, and Radiohead's song "Optimistic", which I stupidly didn't use to close out the podcast. Song Credits: Venus by Television Chain Smoker by Chance Sweetest Kill by Broken Social Scene

45 MIN2017 JUN 20
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10: Miss the Moment
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