Bobby Pickles' Podcast™️

Bobby, along with cohort Martini, hold a trifecta guinea sit-down, on location, from Fluxivity Studios, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with New York City record producer, John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Thurston Moore, Jemina Pearl, etc), from the control room of the studio, right next to the classic Neve analogue mixing consol, which John uses to generate euphonious gold. The three discuss a range of topics, from audio editing, to being “the best”, and what it means to be the oldest hipster. They also openly discuss, to Bobby’s chagrin, the infamous Halloween party pants shitting incident, as well as John’s discography, along with some of his war stories. In addition, Bobby records Martini’s rendition of “The Cape” by Guy Clark, euphonious gold despite their obvious musician handicap. 

Direct download: Episode_41_-_John_Agnello.mp3
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Bobby, along with co-host Adrien de Martini, podcast, on location, from the Carroll Street Building at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, NY, with Dr. David Orenstein, Professor of Anthropology at the CUNY system senior college, from which they are podcasting, and his friend and colleague, Dr. Tyson Gill, the author of “Belief in Science and the Science of Belief: A Guidebook for Fact-Based Thinking.” Both are avid “free thinkers” (a soft term for “atheists”), activists and members of the New York City Atheists organization. Full Disclaimer: although the following conversation was conducted on campus in the Carroll Street Building at Medgar Evers College, it is important to note that any beliefs, opinions or statements shared herein are those solely of Bobby Pickles, Adrien de Martini and our guests, doctors David Orenstein and Tyson Gill, and we indemnify and hold harmless Medgar Evers College, and the City University of New York, as a whole, of any or all heretical falsities we promote or proclaim. 

Direct download: Episode_40_-_David_Orenstein.mp3
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Bobby podcasts, along with co-host Adrien de Martini, on location, from Branded Saloon, located at 603 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY, to cover a monthly musical event called TINTR (This Is Not The Radio). The showcase, which happens on the third Sunday of every month, is organized by soulful singer/songwriter, Lynette Williams, highlighting some her favorite artists, poets and musicians throughout the NYC-area. Bobby, Martini and Lynette discuss a range of topics, from outlaw country and gay pride tattoos to busking and Halloween party pants shitting. We round out this episode with some live music and an interview with Los Angeles rapper, producer and break-dancer, Anacron.

Direct download: Episode_39_-_Lynette_Williams_Anacron.mp3
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