Episode 12: The Phantom Blues Cast

Fathom Blue is a musical collective based out of NYC and Chicago. It is the brain child of Michael Signorelli, whom you’ve likely heard me talk about or seen me write about if you’ve followed this site or my previous site. Mike is smart because he has found two other core members and a slew…

Episode 11: Exorcising Jordan

Jordan is a dude. A nice dude. A Canadian dude. And an actor. A good actor. A Canadian actor. Jordan is working on a bajillion projects, but the one we focused on is an upcoming passion project of sorts called Ghost Puncher. He was working on an award winning show when he thought up the…

Episode 10: Yabsify Your Life

Just catching up with an old friend, who happens to be a funny ass comedian. Michael Yabs is an awesome human being for many reasons including, most importantly, his hatred for the Dallas Cowboys. Check out Michael Yabs on Twitter to see his funniness live on the Interwebs.

Episode 9: Islam, Jesus, and a Bad Film

No guests on this episode, just a rant and a sermon by thepaintedman. God’s Not Dead is pure shit. So is Islamaphobia. But God is bigger than all of it, so there’s that. Here are some links on Michael Muhammad Knight and/or Taqwacore: Articles on Vice, Wiki, Twitter, The Taqwacores on Amazon, Documentary on Taqwacore,…

Episode 8: NxJxHxC

Dan Brennan plays with the seminal hardcore band Ensign, who hail from my birthstate of New (Insert Expletive Here) Jersey. You can follow Dan on Twitter, Ensign on Twitter, or check out the NATEFEST Facebook page… I suggest you do all three. You can still go to help Nate at the GoFundMe set up for…

Episode 7: Natalie Explains It All

Here is the latest podcast episode, it features Natalie Grace McKay. Natalie is a friend I met on the Interwebs who shares her story as a transgender female. She writes for The Salt Collective along with her friend Lawrence Richardson. Here is some music from a great local MN band that she mentions in the…

Episode 6: Black Lives Matter

This week’s guests tackle the issues of race, activism, oppression, and the police. Evan Barnes (@evan_b) is a sports writer, music afficionado, and all around good dude from Los Angeles. Drew Hart (@druhart) is an AnaBlacktivist, pastor, and writer from Philly. What they have to say is interesting and important.

Episode 5: Hip Hop & Faith, Volume 2

Cookbook is a dope MC from So-Cal. Kwalified is a dope MC from Hawaii. What more do you need to know? Here are some important CookBook links: MusicByCookBook.Com @CookBookthePR on Twitter LA Symph’s website Here are some important Kwalified Emcee links: Workhouse @kwaliisill on Twitter Kwal on Soundcloud

Episode 3: Hope w/ Jeremy Ritch

This episode’s guest is Jeremy Ritch. He has a new book that is available digitally on Amazon, B&N, and iTunes. You can order physical copies from jeremyritch.com. Jeremy writes for our site here sometimes and he writes for Today’s the Day Harrisburg. He also is in his first play (which he wrote several pieces for)…

Episode 2: Hip Hop & Faith, Volume 1

On this episode, you’ll hear my boring ass chatting with two people much more interesting than I am. Manchild is one half of the seminal indie hip hop group, Mars Ill. By day, he is Greg Owens, father of like 35 kids, representative of a fantastic craft brewery, and awesome dude. By night, he is…

Episode 1: Faith & Film

With interviews from Bryan Dechart and Liz Morgan from The Remaining and a lot of interesting conversation with Liam O’Donnell of Cinapse and Cinepunx, this debut episode is well worth a listen. Bryan and Liz talk about what it was like to be in a unique “Christian Horror” film. Liam and Justin talk about where…