Episode 7: Michelle Mae (of The Make-Up)

Michelle Mae is the bass player of The Make-Up, an American post-punk band from Washington, D.C. formed in late 1990s. They combine garage rock, soul, and a self-styled liberation theology. We had the pleasure of sitting down with Michelle to talk about her influences, the early days of the Make Up, mysticism, healing and the balance of music and self awareness.

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Episode 6: Walter Martin (Washington DC Musician)

Walter Martin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter from Washington DC. He has been a driving force in the critically acclaimed bands Jonathan Fire*eater and The Walkmen. He has released four solo albums and has a song on a the soundtrack of the upcoming animated movie the Missing Link. We had the pleasure of sitting down with him to discuss his influences, band history and his writing style.

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Episode 5: Jonathan Zimmerman and the Freedom of Speech on College Campuses

To quote an American Bar Association article, “American college campuses have long been proffered as safe places to freely exchange and discuss ideas. However, they have since become bastions of censorship of free speech and expression.” We sat down with Jonathan Zimmerman, an author and history professor at University of Pennsylvania, to discuss the current state of free speech on college campuses, hate speech, political correctness and the impact of social media on freedom of speech.

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Episode 4: The Flat Earth Theory with Mark Sargent

What if the Earth is not a sphere and instead flat? Today we sat down with Mark Sargent, an author and leading thought leader on the Flat Earth theory. We talk about how he became a flat earther, supporting evidence, connections to the simulation theory, and the recent documentary (Behind the Curve) following Mark and growing flat earth community.

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Episode 3 Part 2: False Allegations, False Memories and Parental Alienation – Dean Tong, Trial & Forensic Expert

In the first part of this episode we learned about parental alienation as a form of child abuse.

We sat down with Dean Tong, an American author, public speaker, consultant, and trial expert in the field of false child abuse allegations. He has consulted for high-profile cases such as that of JonBenét Ramsey, and Michael Jackson. We will learn about how false allegations and false memories are real, and their legal implications, as well as how Dean got involved in this field.

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Episode 3 Part 1: What is Parental Alienation? – Dr. Amy Baker

We sat down with Dr. Amy Baker who is a nationally recognized expert in parent child relationships and emotional abuse of children. She discusses what is known as Parental Alienation, the harm it does to children, the warning signs, associated personality disorders and other related topics.

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Episode 2: Priest (Swedish Synth Band)

Priest, a Swedish synth band with the goal of safely guiding humanity unto the next evolutionary step – the merging with machines. They won the 2017 Manifest Award for Best Swedish Synth Act. We had the pleasure of sitting down with Puppet Master, the mainframe of the outfit. We discussed their history, influences, the album New Flesh and the evolution of humans and machines.

Plus, check out their amazing collaborations with Airghoul!

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