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Thoughtful, funny, heartfelt interviews and in-depth documentaries about musicians, authors, comedians, and other cultural creators. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A world full of trends that remain a constant mystery and many little tricks to figure it all out! Hey Guys! Welcome to The Vish Version Podcast. I'm your host Vishvi Gupta, and this I will attempt to nit-pick and break down trends and situations that happen all around us!
 
If you're looking for a typical X's and O's kind of sports talk show, then this isn't the place for you... We're the Sports Culture Podcast! Tune in every week on SouldCloud to hear Jimmy Vish, Jordan Cole, and Tom Kellogg break down all of the hottest, craziest, and wackiest off-field stories in the world of sports like arrested athletes, crazy fan fights and shenanigans, and much more! Don't forget to like our Facebook page(@sportsculturepodshow)and follow us on Instagram (@sportsculturepo ...
 
Welcome to the Layer 8 Podcast season 3, culminating with the Layer 8 Conference on Saturday, October 8th in Providence, Rhode Island. Get your ticket at https://layer8conference.com This season we’ll have conversations with social engineers and OSINT investigators who will tell their stories. We hope you enjoy them.
 
On February 14th, 2020, Earthlings receive a warning that pop radio is polluting the galaxy, and if it isn’t shut down, Earth will be blown to smithereens. Beth Kane and her buddy Ryan are music snobs who want to live. Even though they think the aliens kinda have a point, they become activists and organize an anti-pop protest to save the Earth. Their campaign ends in failure. The government is concerned the alien signal might be a hoax so they decide to let the radio waves keep on flowing, j ...
 
All is fair game on the Work Life & Death podcast, but mostly we focus on remote work, workplace culture, and contemporary issues relating to life and the workplace in the post-COVID era. Work Life & Death is a project of GetSomeClass, a company the helps remote businesses build awesome culture through social fun and team building.
 
Art Design Music features conversations with visual artists that create iconic work for the music industry. Album cover designers; music video directors; animators; tour poster illustrators; print makers; rock photographers; and stage designers. Host Jud Haynes chats with many of the world's biggest artists about their incredible careers and work.
 
MMWHP Productions LLC, through our flagship show, Marvelous Mondays with Harry & Phil, and future offerings, shall inspire, invigorate and infuse our listeners with the powerful energy of good news, good thoughts and good people. Every week, we will provide our audience with only positive news, engaging stories and uplifting information. We encourage our audience to join us on air and share their own positive thoughts, stories and experiences. It is our intention that everyone who listens to ...
 
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Rosa (@Rosa_Rowles) is a social engineer working with Social Engineer, LLC. She has an interesting story that includes moving from Spain to England to the US all at a young age. She was a billing coordinator for a hotel before she moved into social engineering. In this episode, she discusses how she uses various principles of influence to evaluate …
 
Join us May 5th, 10th and 12th for our FREE 3-Day Hair Color Confidence Bootcamp -- VISH is a sponsor of The Hair Stylist Ultimate Mentorship! The Hair Stylist Ultimate Mentorship is completely FREE for YOU thanks to sponsors like VISH. Join the Ultimate Mentorship and we hope to see you May 15th at 8PM EST for our LIVE Mentorship event, online!…
 
This week, FTFYS season two kicks off with a bang with guest Spencer Dirks and the 2002 caper comedy Stealing Harvard! Points of interest: Movies that feel like television The quality and consistency of Tom Green's bloopers The final days of Prince You can find Spencer's podcast Do Ghosts Be Real on Spotify, YouTube, or at https://linktr.ee/Do.Ghos…
 
Atsuko Okatsuka discusses Canada’s greatest historical figures, presenting her new set, hi, at Just for Laughs Vancouver and what it’s about, leaving Japan for Los Angeles and why Paddington is an immigration story, her mother’s mental health and her Grandma Li’s stardom, how she discovered comedy in church, future plans, and more. Supported by you…
 
Alex Edkins discusses his solo project Weird Nightmare and their self-titled debut LP for Sub Pop, what distinguishes it from his work in METZ, collaborating with Wintersleep’s Loel Campbell, Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, and Chad VanGaalen, loving indie-rock but playing post-hardcore, future plans, and more. Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myooz…
 
This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Adam Glick. Adam is currently the Chief Information Security Officer for SimpliSafe in Boston, MA. In this position and his previous jobs, Adam has had the responsibility of managing all matters pertaining to information security, risk, policy, and procedures. Adam is currently an adjunct …
 
Bob Dylan Center curators Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel discuss their exciting jobs, Bob Dylan’s vast archive of music, manuscripts, films, and more, my own attendance at the star-studded and inspiring grand opening of the Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, its unique purpose and thematic focus on creativity, its future plans, and more! Supported by you …
 
Today we will be talking with Abbie Maroño, a nonverbal communications and social influence coach. Abbie published her first paper in nonverbal communication at 19 years old, going on to do her PhD in behavior analysis and become a university lecturer at 23. She now directs a research group, BRINC, alongside her coaching and teaching. [May 9, 2022]…
 
Kevin Morby discusses his excellent, reflective new album, This is a Photograph, the lure and historical significance of Memphis, Tennessee, documentation and lost artefacts, Martin Luther King Jr., Jeff Buckley, and Jay Reatard, why Tim Heidecker and Alia Shawkat appear on his LP, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoo…
 
For this episode, we step away from discussing social engineering and OSINT directly and talk with Jack Rhysider. Jack is the creator and host of the hugely popular podcast, Darknet Diaries. Jack talks about and interviews people about "true stories from the dark side of the internet." Jack discusses how he does it, how he finds his guests, how muc…
 
This week, to celebrate a full year of FTFYS, Mina Darling of The Simpsons: Not a Simpsons Podcast stops by to discuss Steven Spielberg's 1993 literary adaptation Jurassic Park! Topics of discussion: The low stakes lies of elementary school teachers Alberta's alleged love affair with dinosaurs Working at a theme park Jurrassic Park stars Sam Neill,…
 
Jason Williamson discusses the history of Sleaford Mods, being English, encountering the Sex Pistols and admiring John Lydon, sobriety and becoming a musician late in life, the best MCs in Wu-Tang Clan, Sleaford Mods tour dates and the new Live at Nottz Arena EP, other future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Tr…
 
Content Warning: This episode includes discussion of human trafficking and exploitation. Christine Talley, aka @AthenasOwl_97 joins us to talk about her work as an analyst with the anti-human trafficking task force in California. She talks about how she got started with OSINT after changing careers, tells us one instance where she got to use her fo…
 
Cormac Culkeen and Dave Grenon discuss their work together in Joyful Joyful and their new self-titled debut album, drones, noise, and beautiful possibilities in sound, queerness and being excommunicated from the church, tour dates, other future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Gra…
 
Steven Lambke returns to discuss his spirited new album Volcano Volcano, spiders and a Volkswagen Rabbit, creative freedom and fear, colonialism and Canada, upcoming You’ve Changed Records releases, other future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts.…
 
This week on the show, journalist and cartoonist Gabrielle Drolet is on to talk Wes Craven's original 1996 frightfest, Scream! Topics of discussion include: The true identity of the Ghostface voice The cultural relevance of Scream vs. Scary Movie A lot of talk about Batman You can follow Gabrielle on Twitter @gabrielledrolet or on Instagram @gabrie…
 
Carlyn Bezic discusses Jane Inc. and their new album, Faster Than I Can Take, recovering from COVID-19 and missing being around people, making music drawn from organic and synthesized tones, wanting kids and dehumanization, other future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coff…
 
Adam Sturgeon of Status/Non-Status and Daniel Monkman of Zoon discuss their band OMBIIGIZI, their powerful debut LP, Sewn Back Together, working with Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew in the Tragically Hip’s Bathouse studio, learning about and teaching others about their Anishnaabe heritage, overcoming trauma, playing Massey Hall, other future plans…
 
This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Patrick Laverty. Patrick is the Senior Team Lead at Social Engineer, LLC, working with an incredible team of professional social engineers. He was previously a senior penetration tester at Rapid7 and a member of the CSIRT at Akamai. He is a co-organizer of the Layer 8 Conference and is the…
 
Adrian Teacher of Apollo Ghosts talks home studios and the new double LP Pink Tiger, exercising when you’re not a jock, Wayne Gretzky, different currencies, being a school teacher, Fleetwood Mac, losing his hearing, overcoming COVID-19, touring, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, …
 
Today we will be talking with Vanessa Bohns. Vanessa is a social psychologist and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. She holds a PhD from Columbia University and an AB from Brown University. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Harvard Business Review, and her research has been widely fea…
 
This week on the show, Joe McAdam of the comedy duo Butt stops by to discuss the Coen Bros.' 1987 sophomore comedy caper Raising Arizona! Topics discussed include: The unwieldy Mr. Nicolas Cage Highbrow/lowbrow comedy hybrids The Americana of the Coen filmography You can follow Joe on Twitter @joemcadam and follow his work with Butt @buttguys or vi…
 
Mark Ibold of Pavement and Sonic Youth discusses Pavement’s Terror Twilight: Farewell Horizontal and Sonic Youth’s In/Out/In, only listening to the radio, discovering music and bass as a kid, his family connection to the Beatles and Rolling Stones, life in Sonic Youth, Pavement demo tapes and B-sides, Pavement’s 2022 reunion tour dates, future plan…
 
Bob Nastanovich and Steve West of Pavement, and reissue overseer Jesper Eklow (also of Endless Boogie) discuss the revelatory new expanded edition of Terror Twilight: Farewell Horizontal, its original NYC/London sessions with producer Nigel Godrich and special guests, the potential treasure trove of Stephen Malkmus demos for every Pavement record, …
 
Colonel Caroline Pogge leads a discussion about Operation Allies Refuge to evacuate at-risk Afghans and resettle them in the United States. Colonel Pogge is G39 Civil Affairs Planning Team Chief, U.S. Army Europe & Africa. Guests include: Deanna Swainer, American Red Cross; Colleen Denny, Spirit of America; Tyler Waterhouse, Department of State - P…
 
Maylee Todd on her meditative, ambient debut for Stones Throw Records, Maloo, being roommates with both a ball python and her friend Eric Andre, exploring the discontinued sequencer, the Tenori-on, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Suppor…
 
This week on the show, independent filmmaker Gavin Baird is on the mic to talk about Andrei Tarkovsky's Criterion-minted 1979 Soviet sci-fi epic Stalker! Minutes from the meeting: The economy of slow cinema The communicative power of movies a Kangaroo Jack Box Office Mojo segment held over from the last episode You can find out more about Gavin and…
 
Jon Spencer talks about the rise of the HITmakers and their outspoken, noisy, and reflective new album, Spencer Gets It Lit, recalling the sound of Pussy Galore, the end of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, remembering Dallas Good, working with the Sadies, and chaotic studio sessions they shared with Andre Williams, encountering James Brown, future …
 
Vish Odedra works for the National Health Service and St. John Ambulance in London. He also serves as a reservist in the British Army and is an active member of the Civil Affairs Association and UK Fight Club. Vish is sharing his experience from the whole of society approach to the national COVID-19 vaccination in 2021, which included civil-militar…
 
Dan Bejar discusses the brilliant new Destroyer record, LABYRINTHITIS, remembering Dallas Good, his Destroyer collaborator John Collins and the bass, Oliver Stone, Italy, new sonic and lyrical influences, where Destroyer might be going, other future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Pla…
 
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