Walter Portz drops by the studio for the first time and gets a powerful dose of “oh, this is what my friends are really like” while he’s here. Conversation, speculation and consternation abound. It was fun.
There is a new Apple Orchard opening north of town. For details see video. In other news Scott shows off his excellent live-ad reading skills.
AMIA is open to advertising/sponsorship opportunities of all kinds. Really, just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s talk about it, no harm in that.
Local SFX writer/artist Brian Bieber stopped by the basement to discuss keeping the DIY spirit (not the channel those posers) alive into adulthood, Punk Rock as a gateway drug and his first experience in self-publishing. All that and a lot more on the podcast.
Find all things Brian Bieber at GhostsAndHorses.com
His new book “Nickel Plated Gold” is available now and really, really good…get it
We discuss useless, unwarranted, unwanted and all-consuming phobias that are ruining our lives, basically. Just your run-of-the-mill friendly banter. Brian Bieber sits in.
Argus 911 refuses to re-tweet Scott even as he faces certain danger and a long series of rabies shots. We leap the gnashing teeth of rejection and swing on a rope of love to Xanadu in old-timey AMIA style.
The first time I saw something Reynold Reynolds made I was projecting his collaborative short film with Patrick Jolly, “Sugar”, to a near empty house during a sleepy film festival in Chicago in 2005-06. To be fair it was a mis-step on the festivals part to choose a noon showtime on a Saturday for a short film tagged as “foreign” (Jolly is Irish I believe and Reynolds is an American but is based in Europe). We had the print for a few days after the festival closed, and I must have watched it 20 times in a 750 seat theatre all by myself. It was hard to get ahold of a lot of Reynolds work back then but the internet has solved that for us. So take a minute, or 100, and check out some of Reynolds amazing film/video work. I’ll post a link to his website after the videos.Visit his website for more info and a lot more great art.