The Shoot From The Hip Podcast veers off down its own unpredictable pathways, pondering the big (and small) questions in life, in a manner that feels partly reminiscent of college chats & partly like a far more informed, specifically knowledgeable discussion between pros.
Make no mistake, this is a podcast about REAL HISTORY. Seth Michels is not looking for approval or popularity – he’s looking to lay bare the truth. If you feel ready for that, the whole show to date is absolutely captivating.
Delving deep into precisely the vast and spontaneous world implied by its title, the podcast sees the host and his friends transported into a medieval fantasy world, to be faced with a series of decisions and turning points that the real world just can’t really prepare them for.
Michi Yamamoto’s clearly passionate and interested approach to interviewing guests help make this an unmissable podcast, particularly for those with an interest in technological advancements, climate change, and science and tech in general.
There aren’t too many – if any – other podcasts or places online for thrift store enthusiasts to gather & share tips & ideas; fewer still that speak straight from the heart of that world. The show delivers gem after gem, making this an absolute must for sharp thinkers & deal seekers far & wide.
High energy rockers Skinner’s Lane kindly sat down for an interview following their live show at this year’s Funk In The Forest Festival. Awesome band and a pleasure to chat with.
Those who seek a deeper spiritual connection with the Earth and a stronger understanding of life itself will undoubtedly feel right at home here. Jerome speaks with a beautifully soothing and meditative vocal style, amidst an ambient backdrop that gorgeously supports that state of calm and peacefulness.
A big thank you to Chloe Mogg for letting us grab a quick interview after her gig at Welshpool’s Funk In The Forest last weekend – awesome artist & lovely to chat with – music & socials below – show some love!
The awesome Hum Fuzz sit down for a quality chat at this year’s superb Funk In The Forest. The Festival debuted in style this summer, just outside of Welshpool… Easily one of the best and most exciting smaller UK Festivals to emerge in recent years.
Being that the hosts are clearly friends first, serving together and of similar mindsets, they maintain a level of fun within their discussions, and yet alongside of that they make sure to keep things just professional and intentional enough to hold a stranger’s interest; resulting in something genuine, authentic, honest, and increasingly enjoyable to listen to.
Get the most out of your writing, feel part of something bigger than yourself, and get some well-educated tips and knowledgeable gems that you can put to use straight away. A definite recommend.
An absorbing and incredibly calming show to listen in on, not purely because of the hosts’ honest and genuine outlooks, but because of the accessible way in which they re-define and explain certain aspects of contemporary life, somehow simplifying complex topics and provoking a more selfless sense of involvement.