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Episode 140: matt furie

In this episode I am joined by artist and comic book creator Matt Furie, who is also the man behind the world famous Internet meme Pepe the Frog.

In 2015 this character was adopted by the alt-right movement and was eventually marked as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamaton League. Since then Matt has publicly expressed his dismay at Pepe being used as a hate symbol, and killed the character off.

Check out Matt's Instagram and Tumblr account.

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Days N Daze

Episode 80: salón arcano

In this episode I am joined by my friend Julián Moguillansky who runs the Salón Arcano website. The purpose of this site is to exhibit works that deny the existence of a dividing line between art and Hermetic philosophy, and to promote dialogue between the artists and audience. Have a look for yourself at:

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Episode 49: miscellaneous songs

In this episode I will play some songs that don't really fit in any other episode. So if you want to hear some music that you might have not heard before then push play and enjoy.

Music featured in this episode:

Love Button

Nameless Archive

Days N' Daze

Car Seat Headrest

Dan Warren

Episode 27: all the gold you can eat

This is the second part of a two part exposé about ORMUS. In this episode I am talking to accomplished cinematographer, filmmaker and photographer Joe de Kadt that has directed a documentary on ORMUS called All the gold you can eat. Check out the film here:

"ORMUS is the name given to the mysterious white powder discovered by David Hudson in the late 1970's, which he subsequently devoted his life, and many millions of dollars trying to research and market. He believed that this exotic substance was the legendary Philosopher's Stone, the mythical prize of alchemical enquiry that could turn base metals into gold, cure any illness, and elevate the soul of man to enlightenment." - source

Music featured in this episode:

Days N Daze