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This is the 21st episode of the Columbus, OH based podcast "Whatever You Niche"! Do you have an extremely fulfilling relationship to something you do? One that both informs and renews many aspects of your life? Our guest Dan Dipiero has that type of care and wonder towards bread. A musician by trade and a PhD candidate in Aesthetics/ Comparative Studies, Dan uses his daily relationship to sourdough as a catalyst to live (and thrive!) in the world around him. We hope you enjoy! Topics Covered: comparative studies, the home-baking sourdough movement, the field of Aesthetics, Tartine Bakery (San Fransisco), The Practice of Everyday Life (book, Michel de Certeau), Theodor Adorno, the structure of a loaf, the communal nature of baking, what is a starter, Secret Feminist Agenda (podcast), the synthesis of musical genres, how regularity can bring newness, Cruel Optimism (Lauren Berlant), theperfectloaf.com, The Frankfurt School, how to make a loaf of sourdough and many more! Music this episode comes from two fantastic composer/ drummers. Dan Dipiero and Mike Lockwood (Portland, OR). Dan's music comes from his projects Mr.Tako and MAPS while Mike's comes from his (incredible) 2017 record "Bone Pocket". The combination of these artists is a great testament to new, improvised music. BUY their music below! https://mikelockwood.bandcamp.com/ http://www.bonepocket.com/ https://dandipiero.com/ https://dipiero.bandcamp.com/

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