I'd have called this episode DIGITAL ASH IN A DIGITAL URN if the title hadn't already been taken. Technology! Change! Growing up! It's all covered in today's episode. We talk to Jon Pernisek about food podcasts that don't exist, and to Mary Akemon about an ethnography of YouTube. We talk digital transition with Max Wallace, and white noise mashups with Christy Little. Along the way, Zac accidentally drives around for a week with a car full of scrap metal, aimlessly pokes around his DVD cabinet looking for meaning, and goes to funerals!
THANK YOU all for listening, and for the kind words some of you send my way. It is the best thing. It makes me very happy. More episodes are coming soon, though probably not next week! XOXO -ZL
Welcome to The Last Podcast! In today's episode, we talk about mortality. And the power of music! Today's episode features Mary Akemon, Max Wallace, and the author David Connerley Nahm.
Melodies that transcend sketch comedy
Advice for (not) starting a band
Songs with twists
Punk rock in skate videos
How Blink 182 relates to 9/11 in my personal history
New episode next week!
Good morning! Today's episode is about heroes, or role models, or prank comedians, or what have you. It features the voices of Jon Pernisek, Max Wallace, and Ryan O'Connor. (Apologies to Mary Akemon, who we will hear from in the next few weeks instead.) If you like this show, one way to support it is to buy something on zacharylittle.bandcamp.com, like the Pinch Hill Orchestra's new EP, which costs 1 dollar. I'm going to put it up for sale as soon as I post this episode. OK! Thanks for listening!