Interview with Sex Positive Comedy Singer-Songwriter Rachel Lark - a look at "serious" vs "comedy" music and how to make the most of Patreon
Dare to Be Seen - Personal Transformation Through Music
How do you carve your artist identity? Do you need to choose one genre and stick to it? And how do you convince your fans to back you up no matter what direction you go in? Sex positive Singer-Songwriter Rachel Lark knows how to thread the line between comedy and 'serious' music and has harnessed her knowledge of economics and funding campaigns to get her fans to support her through Patreon. Discover how she does it! [02:13] Episode Preview [11:59] You are either a serious musician or you are a comedian [15:36] How the song "Fuck my Toe" changed Rachel's life [16:28] What makes a song funny? [17:53] How to talk about serious stuff during a comedy routine [21:33] Don't wait to be comfortable! [22:47] Stop trying to please your fans! [23:44] How to navigate fan relationships on Patreon [29:21] Thinking of Starting a Patreon? Do this first! [35:32] How to build trust with your fan base [36:10] Can you use Patreon to break away from a Capitalist view of music? [37:36] Is Collective Capitalism the answer? [40:02] All about "What's the Point" [44:44] Coming soon: the journey of a woman trying to find sexual satisfaction Subscribe on iTunes http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1534168222 Show Notes https://www.elyssavulpes.com/interview-with-rachel-lark/ Join the Community https://www.daretobeseencommunity.com/ Send us a message https://anchor.fm/dare-to-be-seen/message Support the podcast https://ko-fi.com/daretobeseen
Kate and Julia are back from vacation and ready for a world with one less Koch brother in it. Plus, Kate speaks with Rachel Lark, San Francisco-based immigration activist, musician and political satirist.Referenced on today's show:Rachel and her work: https://www.rachellark.comAl Otro Lado: https://alotrolado.orgJulia and Kate can be found at (@)OhJuliaTweets and (@)KateWillettHosts: Kate Willett and Julia ClaireProducer: Genevieve GearityTheme Song: Emily Frembgen and Kate WillettArtwork: Adrienne Lobl
Rachel Lark joins Allison to talk about filthy songs, feminism, and grappling with big stuff through music. Rimming | Songwriting | Happy Snacks | #MeToo | Bawdy Storytelling | Douglas Adams on deadlines | Period Sex | Medical Emergencies | Life on Tour | The Pressure to Write Certain Songs | Adding Nuance to Conversations about Sexual Assault | Story Songs | Bad Sex Links: BawdyStorytelling.com The Male Glance by Lili Loofbourow http://www.vqronline.org/essays-articles/2018/03/male-glance RachelLark.com Rachel Lark on Bandcamp: http://rachellark.bandcamp.com/
On this episode of Hot Mic with Dan Savage, singer and songwriter Rachel Lark joins Dan to talk (and sing) about heartbreak, love lost, hope found. Featured stories include "Searching for the Rainbow" by Michael Zhuang for Story District, and "Janine Gets Her Groove Back" by Janine Brito for RISK! In each episode of Hot Mic with Dan Savage, relationship expert and columnist Dan Savage showcases and provides commentary on the best true stories about sex and relationships from live storytelling shows across the country.
This week for a very special episode of FestHype, Steve &MVDx sit down with festival artist and voice of the people RachelLark, who stops by the studio to open up about a multitude oftopics letting us take a glimpse into her brilliantly beautifulbrain.Rachel Lark is an amazing independent artist andmulti-instrumentalist who ranges in a wide variety of musicalgenres including (but never limited to) becoming the poster childand voice of the sex-positive revolution. Rachel's music setsout to do more than just entertain, by invoking an array of tabootopics paired with enchanting harmonies delivering concreteprogressive messages that society is too afraid to address.Rachel opens up about her musical inspirations, her recentexperiences with sexism in the festival scene & how she isworking towards eliminating that to create a better and equal placefor all genders and races, her process, and much more!Listen & Subscribe Now!
In this episode I have the amazingly talented and totally pervy Rachel Lark on the show. She talks about her theory that everyone is trying to start and orgy and tells us her tragic first time swinger party story. Tune in to hear her fabulous Kinky Salon song and learn about her current kickstarter which is for a video for her song about period sex called "Warm, Bloody, and Tender"
Bawdy songstress Rachel Lark tells how she went from angsty love songs to wildly popular naughty songs for Bawdy storytelling. Email email@example.com, call 802-505-POLY, Twitter @polyweekly or visit www.polyweekly.com or www.facebook.com/polyweekly
SS 197: Sexual Expression and Art with Guest Rachel Lark
Life on the Swingset - The Swinging & Polyamory Podcast
Those of us who write about sex and speak about sex and sing about sex have stepped into a unique realm in our society. Where sex was always a hush hush don't talk about it subject, we've decided to podcast, and write, and write songs, and express our sexuality into the world for many different reasons. Rachel Lark, who wrote those awesome naughty Christmas songs a few episodes ago, has joined us to talk about sexual expression, play a few songs, and have a good time. Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 573-55-SWING, (573-557-9464), we want your stories, your orgasms, your everything! Buy Cooper's book My Life on the Swingset: Adventures in Swinging & Polyamory at MyLotSS.com Interested in signing up for our favorite Lifestyle site Kasidie.com? Click here to try it out! Comments? Complaints? Comment on this post or join us on Facebook.com/theswingset and let us know what you think.