EPISODE 204: Dungeons, Dragons and Bands: Philosophy & Esoteric Ramblers: Remy Guts

EPISODE 204: Dungeons, Dragons and Bands: Philosophy & Esoteric Ramblers: Remy Guts

Remy is back! We're talking about things we grew up nerding out about and how it has affected our lives. Topics are ranging from racism, activism, and the struggle of wanting to be nomads in a world of teams.

EPISODE 203: Music, Relationships, Bullies, and Growing Up: Remy Guts

EPISODE 203: Music, Relationships, Bullies, and Growing Up: Remy Guts

Remy Guts and I sit down to talk about a broad spectrum of life. Being bullied, learning in our relationships, and growing up. We close the episode with some music from Remy!

EPISODE 157: Abandoning Judaism: I am not a Stereotype: Remy Guts

EPISODE 157: Abandoning Judaism: I am not a Stereotype: Remy Guts

Remy Guts grew up in a small east coast town in a Catholic and Jewish home. His love for music, punk, and rock and roll set him on a journey of reading, studying, and loving philosophy. Only recently coming out of Judaism, he and I are asking new questions as we try to think for ourselves instead of just following the crowds.

EPISODE 148: Learn Your Lessons and Make Your Art!: Shane Browning

EPISODE 148: Learn Your Lessons and Make Your Art!: Shane Browning

Shane and I are a lot drunker and enjoying each others company in this episode. He tells us about growing up an anti-racist skinhead, and then we turn the corner and begin dreaming of an inclusive artistic future for humanity.

EPISODE 115: If They Can Control Your Genitals: Liam Bonnie

EPISODE 115: If They Can Control Your Genitals: Liam Bonnie

This episode is a roller coaster ride of interesting topics.  Liam grew up Mormon. Is there a difference between love and tolerance? Can you be spiritual and religious?  Love, logic, and money are rarely mixed with equal parts, and how the most fruitful conversations begin with “We don’t know.”

Liam Bonnie is a Seattle based traveler whose interests and escapades are mostly an exercise in circles. He grew up in LA County, joined the United States Coast Guard and sailed from the North Pole to Antarctica by the time he was 19. Landed in Seattle where he learned to write and play music. An active member in the Seattle music scene for 18 years...

EPISODE 114: Success is Relative, a Lot of Things Are: Liam Bonnie

EPISODE 114: Success is Relative, a Lot of Things Are: Liam Bonnie

Success is Relative. Society gives us ideas of success and what it means for us, and it's complete crap. Hopefully, instead of "success," we're all in pursuit of our dreams.

Liam Bonnie is a Seattle based traveler whose interests and escapades are mostly an exercise in circles. He grew up in LA County, joined the United States Coast Guard and sailed from the North Pole to Antarctica by the time he was 19. Landed in Seattle where he learned to write and play music. An active member in the Seattle music scene for 18 years...

EPISODE 109: The Music Speaks, Do We Listen?: Brodie Peterson

EPISODE 109: The Music Speaks, Do We Listen?: Brodie Peterson

Brodie Peterson is a hip hop artist, writer, and observer of music.

"My outer experience was going to college, my education, but music guided my inner experience."

"I spent thousands of hours seeking out music.  Studying it, music that would move my heart.  I would consider the lyrics and look for other versions of the song.  When something struck me, I wanted to know why."

We spend this episode getting to know his story and finding out what and how music changed his thinking, direction, and spirituality...

EPISODE 084: Weed Eater, Beer Drinker, Trans, Prog Metal Head, Christian?: Rejyna Douglass-Whitman

EPISODE 084: Weed Eater, Beer Drinker, Trans, Prog Metal Head, Christian?: Rejyna Douglass-Whitman

In this episode, we dive into Rejyna’s Christianity.  As well as her Trans* journey.  One of the beautiful things about this episode is how fluid the conversation goes from storytelling to questioning, to explanation, to reflective open-ended free thought about life, religion, and being free from boxes of expectation and relationship.