Mouth-Off Episode 18: Matt Costa SPECIAL FEATURE: on the margins of the mainstream
Mouth-Off is a platform for marginalised groups to get their stories heard. Each episode covers a range of topics from disability, gender and religion, to substance abuse, mental health and race. In this episode we use the term 'marginalised' in its broadest sense. As music plays a significant role in the Mouth-Off podcast, we have decided to do three part SPECIAL FEATURE entitled On the Margins of the Mainstream. During these episodes we will do a deep dive into the careers of three talented musical artists who are meandering on the margins of mainstream success. Matt Costa is a Californian singer-songwriter who has been writing and recording music for over 20 years. He has 13 independent releases: 7 self-recorded EPs, 6 complete LPs, 4 of which are released via Jack Johnson's label Brushfire Records. In this episode, Mouth-Off's host Clary Saddler will interview Matt. They discuss his eclectic musical taste and inspirations, lockdown, folk music as a genre and the transcendent power of music. Credits: Intro Music - music by Clary Saddler Lullaby - lyrics and music by Costa (featuring Johnson) taken from YouTube Good Times - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Silver Sea - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Oh Dear - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Songs we Sing - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube So I Say Goodbye - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Human Kinda Song - lyrics and music by Costa, featuring lyric contributions from fans taken from YouTube Savannah - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Ballad of Miss Kate - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Strings of Change - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Make that Change - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Shotgun - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Suicide is Painless (Theme from M.A.S.H) - music by Johnny Altman, lyrics by Mike Altman, taken from YouTube Trying to Lose my Mind - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Call my Name - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Vienna - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Sunshine - lyrics and music by Costa taken from YouTube Outro Music - music by Clary Saddler Matt Costa Mouth-Off Spotify playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4UKsMkGODCM8c2zjG4ckZx?si=a5111639b8b84db1
BJJ Podcast with Specialty Editor for Trauma, Prof Matt Costa – highlights from the past year
Listen to Andrew Duckworth & our Specialty Editor for Trauma, Prof Matt Costa, discuss three papers published in The Bone & Joint Journal.Effect on health-related quality of life of the X-Bolt dynamic plating system versus the sliding hip screw for the fixation of trochanteric fractures of the hip in adults: the WHiTE Four randomized clinical trialThe Orthopaedic Trauma Society classification of open fracturesThe 30-day survival and recovery after hip fracture by timing of mobilization and dementia: a UK database study
Ep 21: Professor Matt Costa: Research in Orthopaedics
RSM Orthopaedic Section Podcast
We speak with Professor Matt Costa (Oxford, UK) about the importance of research in orthopaedics. Is it still important for trainees? How can you get involved? What are the tips and tricks? This lively discussion also covers his own path into pursuing an academic orthopaedic career. A great episode that helps demystify the world of academic orthopaedics.
From WildCoast to WildCoast: we talk to Serge Dedina and Matt Costa about the conservation of coastal and marine ecosystems from the Coast of California to Mexico and more
How to be Good
This week we had the delight to talk to Serge Dedina co-founder and executive director of WildCoast and Matt Costa from SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography. Serge’s many achievements include: Helping stop efforts to build large-scale tourist resorts and marinas in national parks and protected areasLaunching the wildly successful “don’t eat sea turtle” campaign Helping develop millions of acres of coastline protected areas in California and MexicoDeveloping a campaign with reck superstars Linking Park around natural climate solutions...And this is just some. Matt is a postdoctoral scholar in the SCRIPPS Integrative Oceanography Division where he has been researching :Blue CarbonCoastal EcologyClimate Change Adaptation ConservationMangrove Forests Sediment Biogeochemistry All this as well as working alongside Serge and Wild Coast on many of their projects. WILDCOAST is an international team working to conserve more than 31.6 million acres of pristine coastlines, mangrove forests, grey whale lagoons, turquoise islands, stunning coral reefs, coastal wetlands and open ocean ecosystems.Their work stretches from the wild coasts of California down to Mexico and more.Link and Info:WILDCOAST COSTA SALVAJESerge Dedina Serge Dedeina's Book Saving The Gray WhaleMatt Costa How to be good Socialwww.howtobegood.com.auInstagramFacebookLinkedInIf you like what we do and want to help us continue, please help us out by donating via Patreon; with two of the membership levels, we will also plant 3 or 5 trees monthly in your name.Email or contact us on:email@example.comGareth - LinkedIn - Instagramanca@howtobegood.com.auAnca - LinkedIn - InstagramPLEASE FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A REVIEW - ALSO TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE SHOW; THE MORE WE SPREAD THE WORD, THE BETTER FOR US ALL.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/howtobegood)
Outer Banks Podcast - Presented By Seaside Vacations
The Outer Banks Podcast presented by SEASIDE VACATIONS. On episode 11 of the Outer Banks Podcast, we talk to Matt Costa who runs the OBX Running Company. Matt hosts a series of races on the Outer Banks throughout the year helping locals and visitors alike find a piece of the happiness that he finds in fitness living on the Outer Banks. Matt also consistently gives back to the Outer Banks community through his races and other philanthropic endevors. Learn all about the OBX Running Company and their races while getting sucked into the positive vibe that is Matt Costa! The OBX Running Company Website The Giving Tree The Gym
Matt Costa on Wave Fundamentals and Foiling (@matt_coast)
The Progression Project
Matt Costa is a foiler and mathematician who has a hobby of studying wave fundamentals. He comes on the show to educate us on how waves are formed, what makes epic downwind conditions and a ton of stuff you thought you understood but really didn't (at least I didn't...). He supports helmets and boog-foiling.
Jeffery Star, Club Sports, Being a Parents During the Pandemic, Top 5 Footballers to Come Out of Vegas. Feature Guest Matt Costa has worked with youth sports in California and Las Vegas for over 10 years. Matt is the Head Coach and Operator of AAP Sin City ACES. The ACES travel nationally at a club level and plays in 7 on 7 tournaments against the top prospects in high school football. Costa is also a parent that is dealing with having to assist in distance education and the difficulties of working from home while also helping learning at home! Trivia What United States president was once arrested for riding while intoxicated? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/public-education/message
Indie-folk artist Matt Costa grew up skateboarding in Southern California. In the wake of a debilitating accident, Matt discovered a new passion and natural aptitude for songwriting. He soon crossed paths with No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont, whose early mentorship helped put Matt on track for a successful and enduring music career. In this episode, we speak with Costa about songwriting, skateboarding, touring, John Steinbeck, and his brand new album Yellow Coat.Intro music by Eat the WolfOutro music by The Vacant Shapes
Episode 07: One Podcast was Not Enough: Bonding with Matt Costa
Please give a warm Curiosa welcome to the legend, the myth, the Poppa Bear: Matt Costa! Poppa Costa is responsible for many a shenanigan but for the purpose of day's chat just know that James Bond is a lifestyle for him. Adam is also back to co-host! Get ready for some chaotic fun!! ;)
“Matt Costa Moves To A Different House Every Time He Makes A New Record”Singer/songwriter Matt Costa is one of the most affecting musicians around and his new album Santa Rosa Fangs is brimming with the hushed pop finesse of Elliott Smith and the lush precision of Roddy Frame’s Surf. In this conversation he reveals that wheneverit’s time to make a new record he packs his things and moves to another house. Costa’s fifth album may have been written in a different house than his previous four records, but Santa Rosa Fangs explores the definition of home in a much larger sense. Set againstthe backdrop of a California that’s both mythical and literal, the album traverses the nuanced landscape of the West Coast in an effort to apprehend life’s tragedies and triumphs. From the aching pull of “Pacific Grove” to the wistful marching pop of “Time Tricks,” SantaRosa Fangs effortlessly captures the rich textures of Northern and Southern California with novelistic dexterity. In this candid, focused and intimate conversation, Costa talks about his creative discipline, his family roots, his favorite California authors and working with Belle and Sebastian.