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.
A conversation with Laurie Contrino about the arts, diversity, equity and inclusion. Also, some hand-wringing about the end of mask mandates.
A story about a doomed audio experiment I began recording with a friend last fall.
It's the third and final episode in our miniseries chatting about The Falcon and The Winter Soldier! In this episode we talk a lot about The Trial of the Chicago 7, as well as Watchmen, and the Secret Invasion comic book storyline.
Pretty soon (or I don't know, maybe not that soon?) we'll do a couple of regular episodes of the show. But in June or July, we'll do another series of episodes that is technically about "Loki" but will generally be about other stuff. So be on the lookout for both! Thanks for listening!
Intro music: "If Winter Ends," Bright Eyes
Outro music: "Via Chicago," Wilco
Who is the power broker? What's a contessa? Who is that guy who played Dr. Manhattan who is also in Spotlight? Isn't Spotlight a great movie? How is the Snyder Cut real? These questions and many more are asked if not answered in today's pod, which is part two of our fast and loose series which is technically a recap show about Marvel's THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER -- this week's episode also includes a long discussion about Zack Snyder's Justice League, possible plotlines for Black Panther 2, and a summary of the comic book series Flashpoint. I recorded most of this episode sitting in my backyard, which is why you can hear so many birds.
Intro music: "Major Leagues," Pavement
Outro music: "Flash Delirium," MGMT
The Little Brothers convene to survey the state of Marvel's 2nd TV show, THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER, after watching 4 out of 6 episodes. Contains spoilers, I guess. I mean if you don't watch the show this will be basically incomprehensible.
Intro music: "I Do Not Care For The Winter Sun," Beach House
Outro music: "Chasin' The Bird," Charlie Parker
Today's episode is about love, and vaccinations, and the fundamental impossibility of understanding your own past self.
Closing song: "International Women," Ivana XL
Today, Morgan and Zac do a deep dive on their own record, RELATIVE ISOLATION, which you can hear wherever music is streamed. I hope this episode will be, primarily, just a fun listening experience to end the year (or begin the new one) but secondarily I hope it's something that helps other creative people in some way. I love hearing about process -- it always provides me with a jumping-off point for my own creative processes -- and obviously I hope you do too, since this is literally just 90 minutes of our chaotic and fun recording process.
Here's what your first year was like.