On our first episode of 2017, we go with a light one; ignoring politics and apocalypses to talk about a candy filled "Hallmark" holiday. Is it really that bad? Let's see... Also, we miss Ralph and Joey might get lucky at the end of this one after the ladies hear him sing! + LIVE Music Mashup of James Bay and Tom Petty by our friends.
The Millennials on this episode are: Ashley, Joey, Kyo, and Jason
GUESTS: Katie & Mikah
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We did about as good of a job with this episode as 2016 did with the world. We hear about a weird High School experience from Jason, have moments of silence for Harambe, go over the good and bad of 2016, and say semi sexually explicit things. See you in 2017!
The Millennials on this episode are: Ashley, Joey, Ralph, Kyo, and Jason
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In the second part of the Racism episodes we cover mainly some statistics, opportunities, and mass incarceration. At the end (49:07), Kyo and Lauren cover a duet by Johnnyswim called "Touching Heaven".
Only grazing the surface, we attempt to expose millennial thoughts on Racism, specifically in America. We are clueless to all the kinds around the world and don't feel educated enough to do so. But American racism...? We can at least dip our toes.
That weird part of YouTube, those heated arguments on Facebook, babies in baskets on Instagram, boobs on Snapchat... Social Media; the phenomenon that allows you to use 5 different apps to talk to the same 3 people. Let's laugh at ourselves together!
Are superstitions a thing of the past for millennials? Most likely. In this episode is a little history on origins coupled with some funny conversation. Enjoy!
In Part 2 we move away from the Industry and Societal aspects of music on to the Personal. Opening the show is Jason's co-worker Michael Valentine, a DJ from the radio station WDNA, who recently won Presenter of the year by Jazz Week. We recommend tons of music for you to check out, get into arguments, Ralph has his 1st installment of "Just the Tips" (@54:08), and then a live Adele cover from Lauren! (@1:17:34) She was also on Eps. 2&4.
Music is such a sacred art form, but for the past 80 years or so it has become more and more of a product than an artful expression. This episode revolves more around the industry and society than music itself (which we will cover more of in part 2). To discuss this with some experience we brought in Austin Paul Flores who has worked with notable artists such as Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, and quite a few more. Check out his stuff in the links below.
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