Watch this conversation on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79a-ojNbWKw
organ music in this episode by Morgan Little
Meaning-making with Zac Parsons.
This episode features music made mostly just by plugging in a Roland JX-3P Polyphonic Synth (circa 1983) into a Kustom '36 Coupe amp, but also William Basinski's Disintegration Loop D|P 2.1, as well as "Ann Buchanan Theme" by Dean & Britta.
The Little Boys are here to review the year in media -- we're counting down our top 3 movies, TV shows, books, lines & lyrics, and more!
A disorganized episode about being disorganized.
When we talked about stuff! (Approximate time codes)
00:02:00 - The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special on Disney+
00:35:00 - Black Panther: Wakanda Forver
00:56:00 - Bright Eyes reissues (Lifted, I'm Wide Awake, Digital Ash)
Hello! Today on Triple Spiral, Zac and Morgan list their top spooky songs, TV shows, and movies. We recorded this one remotely due to illness, which is why different room tones keep popping in and out. It's rustic!
Topics and timecodes:
What we watched when we had COVID
00:04:30 - She-Hulk (spoilers) (on Disney+)
00:09:40 - Last Night In Soho (on HBOMax)
00:14:30 - The Northman (on Amazon Prime)
00:17:41 - The Green Knight
00:20:07 - Dune (on HBOMax)
00:22:45 - Spiderhead (on Netflix)
00:24:50 - Everything Everywhere All At Once
00:30:30 - We Own This City (on HBOMax)
00:33:15 - Black Adam (light spoilers)
00:36:22 - Don't Worry Darling
00:39:16 - Triple Spiral: Spooky Songs
00:53:04 - Triple Spiral: Halloween/Horror TV
01:05:31 - Triple Spiral: Horror Movies
Conversations about having COVID, Leonard Cohen, Radiohead, Paul Schrader, honest feedback, technical limitations + more. Plus a second attempt at something I was trying to express last time.
I want to direct everybody to listen to a great interview with Morgan on the great podcast CREATIVE GUTS. Here's a link for Apple Podcasts:
I love how well Morgan articulates his whole artistic philosophy! Check it out!
1. Eddie's Benediction
2. Turning Back Time
4. Fifth Grade
5. Dreaming of the Past
6. Me and the Moon
7. Greatest Movie of All Time
8. Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day
The Little Brothers are back with a better-organized show format which will be happening every-other-episode for a bit!
Main discussion timecode breakdown:
Bright Eyes Reissue Project - 03:11
She-Hulk Episodes 1 & 2 - 21:00
Prey (2022 movie) - 39:00
making a new map, with david, bree, and tom.
finding your way out at the end of the world - with morgan (nh) and toni (ukraine)
They made a record in the month of May.
vibe check with Koda, Steven, Corinne, and Sherryl.
if interested in joining Sherryl's email list -- reach out to energy4522 [at] gmail dot com
you have to use your whole body to sing.
take the peace where you can get it.
never get off the horse.
zac traces the roots of his obsession with food tv back to a one-season bravo cooking show called "recipe for deception" and interviews its host, comedian/actor/writer max silvestri. we also discuss the potential and actual impact of receiving sudden, large sums of money, and zac details his plan to start living a healthier life.
starting a new year feeling isolated and depressed, zac tries to find new ways to reach out and heal within. and then he slips on the ice and busts his ass while trying to return some runaway dogs.
Recorded in July, October, and December 2021.
Special thanks to Crystal Paradis, Jules Good, and Morgan Little (for suggesting Mos Def's "Mathematics" for one of the interludes)
The Last Podcast is produced by Zac Little
Contact zaclittle at gmail dot com
Music by Zac Little -- found sound track also contains excerpts from Boyfriend TV by Mackenzie Keefe
A conversation about conversations about dying with Marsha Filion, Executive Director at Hospice Help Foundation.
In today's episode, I talk to Robert Sapiro from Green Acre (previously heard on episode 48, "The Bus Stop"-- P.S. have you noticed that I have started numbering the regular episodes now? I have been doing it a week or two after they post so as to not scare off any new listeners but I feel like it's a good way to separate the "silly nonsense" episodes from the "real" episodes -- though of course I love and respect both kinds of episodes!) about race, and some other stuff.