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The State Banquet
96 minutes | Dec 27, 2016
Episode 11: Vagabond
This week we talk to Adrian Campbell and Brock Waterson about Vagabond, a tabletop RPG that they've been developing. The game aims to solve the problems that their DnD group has encountered with the current D20 system that powers DnD. We talk about why they first decided to develop the game, how game mechanics can be manipulated to provide a more immersive experience, and some funny stories from past campaigns.
89 minutes | Dec 21, 2016
Episode 10: Christian Aroz
In the whee hours of a Saturday morning...Alex and Collin get six feet deep as the third member and drummer of Barefoot joins the podcast. Aroz talks about the nuances that were missing in his early foray into drumming and how important space has become to his music. www.barefootjams.com
104 minutes | Dec 13, 2016
Episode 9: Ellie Craze
Ellie Craze is a Tempe based artist and graphic designer on the cusp of uprooting herself to Japan. The guys find out why the rigidity within her education spurred on her style and how the "Black Sheep" cliche serves us. Visit her website www.elliecraze.com and support her on Patreon
72 minutes | Dec 6, 2016
Episode 8: Chris Binning
Chris Binning talks to the guys about reviewing movies on Youtube, how comedy seems to be part of his process, and how his experience with school, screenwriting and review contribute to his analysis of a movie. The guys also talk about movie fan theories like the Pixar Theory and Darth Jar Jar. We also discuss the new movie Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. **Spoiler Alter for Fantastic Beasts: 19:03 to 26:21** Links: Sassy Milkshake Productions The Filmmakers Studio The Pixar Theory Darth Jar Jar subreddit
89 minutes | Nov 29, 2016
Episode 7: Sunday At Noon
This week we interview Jack and Nate Vanderpol, two brothers who play guitar/sing and drums respectively in the Phoenix band Sunday At Noon. We talk with them about naming a project, what the chemistry is like between them on stage, and how they tend to go about their songwriting process. Like them on Facebook Also check out their single Brain Damage on Spotify!
41 minutes | Nov 24, 2016
Episode 6: Technical Difficulties
We decided to record another hostful episode to catch up with one another. We discuss why this episode is late, social anxiety, and what in the hell we've been up to so far this year.
82 minutes | Nov 15, 2016
Episode 5: Barefoot
Dylan Heinrich and Eric Folts, guitarmen from Barefoot, join us to talk about the intricacies of writing music, their upcoming album 'Yesteryear', and how seaturtles play guitar better than Dylan. Also there's a little bit of guitar wankery, so condider this a warning. For real. Check em out on Facebook and Spotify
104 minutes | Nov 8, 2016
Episode 4: Jacob Burress
This week we sit down and talk to photographer and sometimes DnD companion to Alex, Jacob Burress. He lets us in on how he came to the position he currently holds at his company and how he started shooting pictures. Collin geeks out on Gundam and the boys learn a little more on the importance of light. Jacob's website Some neat-o scientist
53 minutes | Nov 2, 2016
Episode 3: Christian Merrell
This week we talk to Christian Merrell. Christian has been producing his own music for years, ranging from beat boxing, rap and electronic dance music. We delve into his creative process and reminisce about playing in China.
66 minutes | Oct 23, 2016
Episode 2: Chris Kontos
Alex and Collin catch up with long-time drummer friend and bandmate, Chris Kontos. Chris talks about his music history on over the years, how he's developed his unique drumming style, and he astutely points out that not very many people wear green-colored clothes these days. Collin had a mic that didn't work, but that's okay because he sold his inside voice on eBay years ago. Gram Negative's Soundcloud
96 minutes | Oct 23, 2016
Episode 1: We Seek Fun and Information
In our first episode, we talk about what initially drove us to start this podcast and why we embarked on a journey to learn about the creative process. We discuss the origin of the name, our own artistic backgrounds, and what we hope to gain by interviewing cool people who do cool things. Like us on Facebook and stay tuned for some cool guests in future episodes!
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