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Known for finding and showcasing talented, yet to be discovered artists and creators, Michael Harren’s podcast, MikeyPod, takes the listener on inspiring journeys of true—and often remarkable—stories of the courage, passion, and struggles many have faced while bringing their visions to life. In production since 2005, MikeyPod invites you to pour a warm drink, grab a notebook (in case inspiration strikes!), curl up with your favorite blanket or four- legged family member, and prepare to be moved by conversations about how artists use their creativity to quite literally change the world.

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Known for finding and showcasing talented, yet to be discovered artists and creators, Michael Harren’s podcast, MikeyPod, takes the listener on inspiring journeys of true—and often remarkable—stories of the courage, passion, and struggles many have faced while bringing their visions to life. In production since 2005, MikeyPod invites you to pour a warm drink, grab a notebook (in case inspiration strikes!), curl up with your favorite blanket or four- legged family member, and prepare to be moved by conversations about how artists use their creativity to quite literally change the world.

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By Megan B. S. - May 01 2018
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I knew immediately when I heard the intro that I would like this podcast. Michael obviously has a lot of charisma and he uses it to his advantage. His content is interesting and it feels like you're talking with a friend. Also, I really appreciate learning about new music (Shlomo Franklin may be my new favorite artist). Give it a listen, you won't be sorry.

Much to Love

By DJSobriquet - Mar 24 2016
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Michael offers a unique perspective on a great deal of topics. Don't miss out!

iTunes Ratings

36 Ratings
Average Ratings
34
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Megan B. S.

By Megan B. S. - May 01 2018
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I knew immediately when I heard the intro that I would like this podcast. Michael obviously has a lot of charisma and he uses it to his advantage. His content is interesting and it feels like you're talking with a friend. Also, I really appreciate learning about new music (Shlomo Franklin may be my new favorite artist). Give it a listen, you won't be sorry.

Much to Love

By DJSobriquet - Mar 24 2016
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Michael offers a unique perspective on a great deal of topics. Don't miss out!

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MikeyPod

Latest release on Jan 25, 2021

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Rank #1: MikeyPod 317 | Composer Joseph C. Phillips Jr.

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I am so honored to present this conversation with composer Joseph C. Phillips Jr. about The Grey Land, his monoopera which explores universal themes of humanity and identity through the intractable triumvirate of race, class, and power in American society. Our conversation began with the origins of the piece and broadened into a discussion about the white centeredness of the classical music world, and what that has cost both artists and audiences. I’m so excited for you all to hear this!

Joseph C. Phillips Jr. has received a Brooklyn Arts Council Arts Fund grant, NewMusic USA project grant, a American Composers Forum Jerome Foundation grant for New Music, a Meet the Composers Creative Connections grant, an American Music Center CAP grant, two Live Music for Dance commission grants, two Puffin Foundation grants, and was a finalist for both the Sundance Institute Film Composers Lab Fellowship and the Opera Company of Philadelphia Composer-in-Residence. Currently Phillips is working on various commissions and new projects including recording his mono-opera The Grey Land, a monoopera exploring universal themes of acceptance, ostracization, authenticity, and identity centered around intractable issues of race, class, and power in American society. The Grey Land will be released November 20, 2020 on New Amsterdam Records. He is also beginning work on 1619, an opera cycle inspired by the 2019 New York Times series The 1619 Project and the 2014 Ta-Nehisi Coates The Atlantic article “The Case for Reparations”. 

Music:
Ferguson (Summer 2014) – Joseph C. Phillips Jr.
I Should Have Been A Motherfucking Black Mamba – Joseph C. Phillips Jr.

Follow Joseph C. Phillips Jr. on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Get yourself a copy of The Grey Land here on Bandcamp, or streaming anywhere you stream great music.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an extended conversation with Joe!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Jan 25 2021

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Rank #2: MikeyPod 316 | Guitarist Mak Grgić

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It would be difficult to summarize the impossibly prolific world of guitarist Mak Grgić in one paragraph. He is an accomplished classical guitarist who has performed all over the globe, a builder of communities, and an entrepreneur and educator. Our conversation here was just perfect for the beginning of the year, especially this year. We discussed the intrinsic value of art, moving forward through obstacles, and, of course, his music. This is an episode not to be missed!

As a soloist, collaborator and composer guitarist Mak Grgić has collaborated with The Assad Brothers, violinists Augustin Hadelich, Martin Chalifour, concertmaster of LA Phil, flamenco guitarist Adam del Monte, 11-time Billboard No. 1 pianist Paul Cardall and many more. As an active entrepreneur and educator, Mak is director of several organizations including EuroStrings, the European Guitar Festival Collaborative Network; the Zagreb Guitar Festival; and serves as director of the Elemental Guitar in Santa Monica, a program designed especially for young people. As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, he founded the Virtual Guitar Orchestra, gathering 500 guitarists from more than 50 countries to date. VGO is a community-oriented project, recognized by the Library of Congress for its cultural contributions. Mak is also proud to be involved with the Bosana Foundation, an organization that raises money for Bosnian youth. He regularly awards education-furthering scholarships to select students across South America.

Music:
Christmas Dreaming – Mak Grgić
Fantasia No. 6 (Francesco da Milano) – Mak Grgić

Follow Mak Grgić on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an extended conversation with Mak!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Jan 18 2021

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Rank #3: MikeyPod 315 | Author Lotus Kay

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Lotus Kay is a teen writer who has been published in Thrive Global,  Vegan Health & Fitness Magazine, New Leaves, Light of Consciousness, and Voya: Voice of Youth Advocates.  She is a recipient of a grant from Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots program for her work creating an educational campaign called Bears for Cares to educate youth about endangered species and wildlife. We talked about her work, what inspired her to start speaking up for animals, and how you are never too young (or too old) to start pursuing your creative dreams!

I had an absolute blast talking with Lotus this week, and find myself creatively recharged and inspired! What a perfect first podcast for the new year!

Follow Lotus Kay on Instagram and Twitter!
Follow Bears for Cares on Instagram and Facebook!

This is the last week to get your copy of my limited edition zine, Headphones! Get more information about that project here.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation with Lotus!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Jan 11 2021

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Rank #4: MikeyPod 314 | Writer and Actor Tom DeTrinis

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From the moment Tom DeTrinis and I began chatting on Skype, I knew this conversation was going to be a good one! Tom is a an angry actor/writer/director/producer who has been at it since 8. From TV shows like Community and 90210 to camp theater in LA and NY, he has brought his personal point of view to everything he works on. We talked about the things that mutually piss us off, but also about how Tom’s work makes an effort to heal and move forward through it all. His latest show, Making Friends, is running now online with the IAMA Theater Company, and you should go check it the moment you finish this podcast!

Originally from Long Island, Tom DeTrinis came to Los Angeles by way of Buffalo – where he received his BFA in Music Theatre from University at Buffalo. He has been performing on the stage since he was 8 and has been involved in many productions as producer, director and actor, including Found, the Musical, Die, Mommie, Die!, The SantaLand Diaries, 30 Minute Musicals. On screen he can be seen in many titles including 90210, Community, Finding the Asshole Series (Slamdance 2019), and many more. He directed Tom Lenk in Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craigslist (LA, NYC, San Fran, Scotland, London); Ravenswood Manor by Justin Sayre (LA), Happy Birthday Doug by Drew Droege (LA, NYC) and The Midnight Movie Collective with Justin Sayre (online). 

Music:
Every Night – Walker Lukens
Seat 16B – Hello Emerson

Follow Tom DeTrinis on Twitter and Instagram

Don’t miss Finding the Asshole, which we spoke about at the beginning of the show.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast is an exclusive conversation with Tom!  Listen here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Dec 31 2020

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Rank #5: MikeyPod 313 | Comedian Melinda Hill

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If you like comedy, therapy, and #poignancy, then you’ll love today’s conversation with award-winning comedian, actress and writer, Melinda Hill. She uses laughter as medicine in Inappropriate, her new comedy special about moving from trauma bonding to trauma mending. Melinda and I hopped right into the deep end of the pool with our conversation and covered creative process, her podcast, and the value of sharing things on stage that most people would never tell a soul.

Melinda Hill is an award-winning comedian, actress and writer. Her special and her podcast LET’S PROCESS THIS explore turning trauma into creative treasure by rewriting narratives, and the inspiring journeys of her creative guests who’ve done so. Melinda can be seen in the upcoming romantic comedy Love, Weddings and Other Disasters opposite Diane Keaton and Jeremy Irons, the Emmy and Peabody winning series Adventure Time, Netflix’s Lady Dynamite, as well as appearances on NBC, CBS, FOX, Showtime, Comedy Central’s Reno 911, Sarah Silverman Program and more.

Music:
Original Face – Bridget Barkan (Check out the video here!)

Follow Melinda Hill on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Patreon.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Dec 17 2020

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Rank #6: MikeyPod 312 | Artist, Author, and Professor Sharrell D. Luckett, PhD

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Sharrell D. Luckett is an award-winning artist, author, and professor who was introduced to me by my longtime friend and frequent collaborator Adam Fitzgerald. With just a glance at her work, I knew she would be a fantastic guest for the podcast. Digging more deeply, I discovered a magnificent poet, musician, and speaker whose work explores issues of race, performance, gender, weight and self-esteem. In today’s conversation we explore her book, Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches, through her own experience as a student and educator. I feel so honored to have been able to talk with Dr. Luckett this week!

Sharrell D. Luckett, Ph.D. is an award-winning director, celebrated author, and distinguished professor whose work introduced and defined the field of Black Acting Methods. Luckett is the author or editor/co-editor of five books that span the disciplines of theatre, black studies, performance studies, and fat studies: Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches; Young Gifted and Fat: An Autoethnography of Size, Sexuality, and Privilege; African American Arts: Activism, Aesthetics, and Futurity; Tarell Alvin McCraney: Theater, Performance, and Collaboration; and Transweight: Poems From an Undercover Fat Girl.  Luckett holds a Ph.D. in Theatre from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is the Director of the Helen Weinberger Center for Drama and Playwriting and a professor of Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Cincinnati, where she also serves as affiliate faculty in the departments of Africana Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She is the founding Executive Director of the Black Acting Methods Studio.

Music:
I Should Have Been A Mother****ing Black Mamba – Numinous (Joseph C. Phillips Jr., Composer)
Don’t  – Numinous (Joseph C. Phillips Jr., Composer)

Follow Sharrell D. Luckett on Instagram
Follow Black Acting Methods on Instagram and Facebook.

Order the Acting Theorists poster we discussed in the episode here.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation, (and recipes!) with Eric!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!



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Dec 07 2020

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Rank #7: MikeyPod 311 | Activist and Rescuer Jill Carnegie

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Jill Carnegie serves as Campaign Strategist for the Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos, and as a participant in the group’s efforts for a number of years, I have worked closely with Jill in many different capacities. This last year was my first to focus on triage for rescued birds, which gave me a more complete picture of the tremendous amount of work that goes into this rescue year after year. Jill and I discuss the evolution of this work that brings together so many facets of New York City activists, some of our experiences, and go deep into the “why” that keeps her fighting for this cause.

If you’d like to contribute to help the 500+ chickens who were rescued this year, you can donate to the GoFundMe, or donate to Tamerlaine Sanctuary and Preserve which took in a number of the birds who needed specialized care this year.

Music:
Legacy – Kiirstin Marilyn
El Rocoto (Live at Tamerlaine Farm) – Lapdog

Follow Jill Carnegie on Instagram and Twitter
Follow the Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Follow United Poultry Concerns on Twitter and Facebook.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation, (and recipes!) with Eric!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Dec 03 2020

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Rank #8: MikeyPod 310 | Author and Publisher Eric Obenauf

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Like many of us, Eric Obenauf found himself weighing his options after the 2016 election here in the United States. Was it time to leave the country, or was it more important to stay and create the type of community he believed in? He and his wife Eliza settled on the latter and the result was Two Dollar Radio Headquarters in Columbus, OH, an indie bookstore and vegan cafe that serves as the perfect extension of Two Dollar Radio, their acclaimed family-run book publisher.

Eric and I talk about his incredible work and his latest creation, Two Dollar Radio Guide to Vegan Cooking. Of course, we dig into process, overcoming obstacles, and the beauty that often comes from limitation. Give the show a listen, and then grab yourself a copy of the book at your local indie bookstore!

Music:
Kyle Kerley – Hello Emerson
Frank – Counterfeit Madison

*This week’s music comes courtesy of Columbus, Ohio’s Anyway Records. I was so excited to discover these artists, and urge you, as always, to support them! Artists need you right now more than ever!

Follow Two Dollar Radio on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Follow Anyway Records on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation, (and recipes!) with Eric!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Nov 16 2020

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Rank #9: MikeyPod 309 | Theater, Film, and TV Producer Marie Cisco

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I had such a great time chatting with theater, film, and television producer Marie Cisco on this week’s podcast. In addition to her incredible creative output, Marie is the originator of a public Google document entitled “Theaters Not Speaking Out,” a remarkably thorough list of theaters who did not speak out against injustices toward black people after the murder of George Floyd. We talked a great deal about the importance of this document, her forthcoming Black Joy Project, the evolution of creativity during COVID-19, and even chat a bit about Goddess Kali.

Marie Cisco is a Producer for Theatre, Film, and TV.  She holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from The Theatre School at DePaul University and a M.A in Interdisciplinary Arts from Columbia College Chicago. Marie’s current projects include working as a Co-Producer on the feature film US vs. Billie Holiday directed by Lee Daniels and Ms. Pat a multi-cam pilot for Hulu directed by Debbie Allen. She is the lead producer and owner of Cisco & Co. Productions, a full-service production house that specializes in live theatrical events and film. The work CCP produces focuses on stories relating to black feminism and African/Black American culture. 

Some further reading on Marie and her work:
Los Angeles Times on the “Theaters Not Speaking Out” list.
Broadway World on Black Joy Project.

Follow Marie Cisco on Twitter and Instagram


This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation with Marie! This is a fun one!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Nov 11 2020

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Rank #10: MikeyPod 308 | Podcaster and Video Producer Maneetpaul Singh

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In what might be the most unique path toward inviting a guest to be on the podcast, I first ran across Maneetpaul Singh‘s tech YouTube channel while I was researching a new office chair at the beginning of the pandemic. His review convinced me of my new chair (Autonomous Ergo Chair 2, if you’re curious) and to subscribe to his channel. When I heard about his new podcast, The Sikh Influence, and its mission to highlight Sikhs from around the world who are doing what they love, I knew he’d be a perfect guest for the show!

I’m so excited to share this conversation with Maneetpaul where we cover his creative work with podcasting and video production, basics of Sikhi, and how he uses his work to bring people together!

Follow Maneetpaul Singh on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Definitely check out the documentary They Called Me Osama, which Maneetpaul produced.

To learn more about Sikhi check out the Basics of Sikhi YouTube channel.

Here’s the artivism panel discussion tonight I mentioned at the top of the show.

Music:
Awakening – Mohkum Singh
Remember – Mohkum Singh

This podcast is powered by my subscribers on Patreon who, in addition to the warm feeling they get from co-creating with me, get lots of sweet perks including bonus podcast episodes, free downloads, zines, and more! This week’s bonus podcast will be an exclusive conversation with this week’s guest, Maneetpaul Singh where we discuss the path one of her songs took to get from inception to finished recording!  Learn more right here!

If you’d like to check out my other work, order The Animal Book directly from me here and get a free download of the album!
Here are some other places you can find the book.
Find The Animal Album streaming and downloadable here.
Here’s some more merch and music.

Thinking of starting your own podcast? Do it! I’m a big fan of Blubrry for podcast distribution and you can get a month free by signing up for Blubrry Podcast Hosting here, or Blubrry Professional Statistics here. Use the code “mikeypod” with your order for your free month!

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Nov 02 2020

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