Category Archives: transmissions

tipping point (with cat goldberg)

cat goldberg stops by the show to talk neuromarketing, helping raise awareness of the legal cannabis industry, why 2016 is a tipping point culturally and socially, and much more!

cat is the founder of brainbuzz a neuromarketing company based in miami. employing insight into the brain’s decision-making process, she creates persuasive, neurologically compelling content for businesses of all kinds. cat literally wrote the book on neuromarketing for the cannabis industry at cannabismarketingbuzz.com. follow her on twitter @SmartyCatG.

love yourself | think for yourself | question authority

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com

you can’t be too morbid (with cath murphy)

the lovely british voice of cath murphy joins the show to talk about hipster culture, being politically incorrect, embracing womanhood in modern society & much more!

cath is the review editor at litreactor.com and co-host of the site’s unprintable podcast. together with eve harvey she also talks about slightly naughty stuff at the domestic hell blog and podcast at domestichell.com.

love yourself | think for yourself | question authority

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com

90s kids (with atari jones)

internet hip-hop sensation atari jones is in the house to talk the lack of substance in modern music, music as language & storytelling, why the 90s had the best sound of any decade & much more!

recently signed to label lawless inc., atari is a 22-year-old cleveland native. his self-described indie stoner rap music grew from a childhood of writing poetry & being surrounded by music of all genres. atari has built up a cult following on social media & you can find him on soundcloud, twitter and facebook.

love yourself | think for yourself | question authority

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com | atari jones – “1998”

the letter a (with tom carey)

best-selling author tom carey is in the house to talk about the roswell ufo incident & how it connects to wright-patterson air force base.

tom has a ph.d. in anthropology. he became interested in ufos while in high school and rekindled that interest when he became the mufon (mutual ufo network) state section director for southeastern pennsylvania (1986-2002). in that capacity, tom investigated local ufo sightings in the delaware valley which encompasses the five-county area surrounding philadelphia. since 1991, tom’s research has focused solely on the so-called “roswell incident” and the alleged retrieval/cover-up by the u.s. government of an alien spaceship and crew that crash near the town of roswell, new mexico in july 1947. in this research, tom has worked closely with roswell investigators kevin randle & don schmitt (since 1998). tom was a special investigator for cufos (the j. allen hynek center for ufo studies) from 1992-1997 and served on its board of directors from 1997-2001.

tom’s research has contributed to a number of books and articles on the Roswell Incident such as the truth about the ufo crash at roswell (1994) by randle and schmitt and will ultimately yield additional books and articles on the subject. additionally, tom has appeared as a guest on many radio and television shows concerning the roswell incident as well as appearing in roswell documentaries. he has lectured all over the country regarding the subject as well. his portrait appears in the hall of fame at the international ufo museum and research center in roswell, new mexico for his continuing contributions to our understanding of the roswell events of 1947. with don schmitt, tom was the investigative consultant for the highly acclaimed and top-rated syfy channel documentary, the roswell crash: startling new evidence. most recently, tom has appeared on larry king live, cn8 weekend live, the fox news channel, coast to coast am with george noory & the jeff rense show.

visit tom online at roswellinvestigator.com.

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com

to drink, to dance, to love (with sergey kuznetsov)

russian author & journalist sergey kuznetsov joins the show from paris to talk about the english translation of his novel butterfly skin, being a pioneer of the internet in russia, the recent shootings in paris, government manipulation of news & information, love, sex, violence & much, much more!

sergey was born & raised in moscow. in the late 90s he became a leading russian film & pop-culture critic, & achieved prominence as one of the pioneers of the internet in russia. he has actively contributed to magazines such as harper’s bazaar, playboy, vogue & l’officiel, as well as publications such as the new york times & huffington post. in 2001 he became the first russian journalist to be awarded the knight fellowship at stanford university. kuznetsov is the author of the nineties: a fairy tale (a detective trilogy) & PG21, a futuristic novel (together with linor goralik). his novel butterfly skin has acquired cult status in russia & has been translated into five languages (the english translation was published in 2014 from titan books). his story “moscow reincarnations” was included in the anthology moscow noir (akashic books, 2010). The english translation of his critically acclaimed novel the circle dance of water is forthcoming from dalkey archive press. follow sergey on twitter @skuzn.

read my review of butterfly skin on litreactor.com from september 2014 here.

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com

god on your lips (with kaitrin mccoy aka icky romantic)

singer-songwriter kaitrin mccoy (icky romantic) is on the show to talk her new ep, decoded. she was gracious enough to debut the first single from it, cool cat (no joke, it’s quite good). we also get into some political talk, some brief thoughts on love & discussion of music as self-therapy.

kaitrin lives & works around cincinnati, ohio. she is a classically trained vocalist & pianist (one of her “gigs” is teaching voice lessons) & has bachelor degrees in journalism & music composition from ohio university. she started writing songs as a freshman in college (long story short, she had a lot of feelings about a lot of boys). her musical influences range from musical theater to progressive rock, the big four being imogen heap, regina spektor, radiohead & stephen sondheim. more info at ickyromantic.bandcamp.com/releases (where you can buy/sample her first ep, naked) & at facebook.com/ickyromantic.

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com | icky romantic – “cool cat”

what if (with tj turner)

author tj turner talks about his first novel, lincoln’s bodyguard, which attempts to answer the question: what if lincoln had survived the assassination attempt by john wilkes booth?

in addition to being a novelist, tj is an historian, a research scientist for the united states air force and a federal agent. he has a master’s degree from cornell university. he’s served three tours in afghanistan as a reserve military officer and in 2013 was awarded the bronze star medal, which is given to members of the united states armed forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone. tj is online at tjturnerauthor.com, and can be found on Twitter @AuthorTJTurner.

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com

radical revelations (with flagg miller)

author flagg miller talks about his new book, the audacious ascetic: what the bin laden tapes reveal about al-qa’ida.

flagg is a professor of religious studies at the university of california, davis. trained as a linguistic anthropologist, his first book, the moral resonance of arab media: audio-cassette poetry and culture in yemen, examined how yemenis have used traditional poetry and new media technologies to envision a productive relationship between tribalism and progressive muslim reform. follow flagg on twitter @FlaggMiller. learn more about the book at audaciousascetic.com.

music: kingslovejacks – “chase” – kingslovejacks.com