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Art, Pop and Fizz
Conversing about Columbia's Cultural Community
Category: Arts
Location: Columbia, SC
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January 27, 2016 04:09 PM PST

Visual Artist Michaela Pilar Brown joins the two to discuss her latest body of work "Motherwound" and the upcoming show "Remix" at the Columbia Museum of Art.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy

Outro - "Hell You Talmbout (Say Their Names)" by Janelle Monáe and Wondaland Records

January 27, 2016 04:07 PM PST
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Visual Artist Michaela Pilar Brown joins the two to discuss her latest body of work "Motherwound" and the upcoming show "Remix" at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - "Hell You Talmbout (Say Their Names)" by Janelle Monáe and Wondaland Records

December 11, 2015 03:54 PM PST

William Starrett, Executive and Artistic Director of the Columbia City Ballet, joins Kyle and Lee to discuss The Nutcracker, upcoming performances, Misty Copeland, ballet in the 70's and supporting the arts.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy

Outro - Shamir - "On the Regular" from the album Ratchet

December 07, 2015 06:03 AM PST

Kyle and Lee speak with Columbia's Poet Laureate, Ed Madden about what a poet laureate is, why poetry is important, the differences between spoken-word poetry and poetry for the page, and Ed's poem "At the Gervais Street Bridge Dinner."

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - Shovels and Rope with Shakey Graves covering "Unknown Legend" from the new album Busted Jukebox, Volume 1.

November 13, 2015 06:44 PM PST

Things get complex as they talk with artist Seth Gadsden about a music video he's working on with musician Ted Hearne for a song from Ted's album The Source, "a modern-day oratorio, and a patchwork of songs based on American primary-source texts." They also cover a little on zine culture and the "Waterlines" theme for 2016 Indie Grits.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy

Outro - Josh Ritter - "Getting Ready to Get Down" from the album Sermon on the Rocks

October 23, 2015 06:46 AM PDT

They're finally back into the "studio" and this time on the podcast, they're talking with Fat Rat da Czar about his new project Colorblind, the indie hip-hop mogul Nipsy Hussle and why music award shows are a bummer.

Intro - Fat Rat da Czar - "Be Strong" from the album Inglorious Basterd
Outro - Colorblind - "Underground Railroad" from the new self-titled album

May 15, 2015 09:44 AM PDT

The South Carolina Book Festival is upon us and Kyle and Lee have the opportunity to speak with author Julia Elliott about her dislike of Ayn Rand, her writing process, the definition of "southern gothic" and why she bought a snake bite kit.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - Grey Egg - "Soul Train" from the album Albumen

April 14, 2015 10:52 AM PDT

It's the Indie Grits time of year, so in this episode Kyle and Lee are joined by artist Maureen Connor to discuss the residency of her collective, The Institute for Wishful Thinking, as part of the festival. They cover the theme of Indie Grits--Future Perfect--, the verb tense future perfect, the project the Institute has put together at the One Columbia office, and Maureen's thoughts about Columbia.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - Toro y Moi - "Empty Nesters" from the new album What for?

March 20, 2015 11:38 AM PDT

You think you know Dan Cook but you probably don't. Dan (the Editor and Vice President for Content at the Free Times) joins Kyle and Lee to discuss being in a band in Columbia in the 90s, how that became a job at the Free Times, what's with the boom in contemporary classical and why Columbia needs more critical dialogue.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - Kendrick Lamar - "i"

February 11, 2015 04:24 PM PST

On this episode of Art, Pop and Fizz, Kyle talks with John Sherrer, the Director of Cultural Resources at Historic Columbia about the 150th Anniversary of the burning of Columbia. Then, many a "what's poppin'" is discussed including good BBQ.

Intro - American Gun - "No More Friends" from the album Therapy
Outro - Punch Brothers - "Magnet"

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