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How Long Gone

How Long Gone

By Chris Black & Jason Stewart
How Long Gone is a bi-coastal elite podcast from old friends and podcast professionals, Chris Black and Jason Stewart. CB and TJ deliver their takes on pop culture, fashion, music, and more. With three new episodes a week, you've got more than enough content to soak up.
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138. - Emily Segal

How Long Gone

138. - Emily Segal

How Long Gone

346 - Max Lakin
Max Lakin is a writer from New York City. His work can be seen in NYT, Artforum, The New Yorker, and everywhere else. We chat about testing dirty for mayonnaise, TJ’s declaration of war with a local park’s groundskeepers, the anger issues of baseball guys, cops taking an extra Powerade at the bodega just to feel something real, Max’s thoughts on Balenciaga, Frank Ocean’s fit, when to lay on the floor, not going to Marfa, what Banksy might be up to, the graffiti pipeline, people focusing on the “how” when its irrelevant, $1500 Adidas shirts, the difference between advanced basic and basic plus, in defense of shorts and heavy coats, the vibe shift of dressing for comfort, and where to get a good pair of pumps in the meatpacking district.
May 25, 2022
345. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one pod today, Chris zooms in straight from the Balenciaga show and TJ is still sweating out the mollywater from his successful festival DJ set. We chat about Chris somehow sleeping his entire flight, insights into the songwriting process, Jack Antonoff is music’s fentanyl, it’s the big apple's heatwave, NYSE scene report, Just Like Heaven Festival recap, a photo of TJ sound checking to an empty field becomes viral online, Goldenvoice using a logo pulled from the Outdoor Voices website for my stage visuals, stop-n-chat anxiety, the teaches of Peaches, a bunch of damn kids backstage, TJ hopes for a massive vibe shift in the water world, Azealia Banks’ tips for kicking nicotine, and we get to the bottom of John Mullaney and Dave Chappelle’s bait-and-switch tactics.
May 23, 2022
344. - Michael Sebastian
Michael Sebastian is the Editor in Chief of Esquire Magazine. We chat about Rihanna’s water breaking, what we might do in that same situation, blue smoothies matter, where Hollywood’s fattest firefighters dine, what an EIC does and doesn’t do, moving to Jersey because of a house fire, Liam earning his right to dress casually in his older age, suit-wearing changes in your 40’s, Chris is exhausted by Martini culture, our theories on when you become set in your ways, peaking in high school, evergreen podcasting, telephone calls are the new zoom meetings, and thinking in “magazine” vs. thinking in tweets.
May 20, 2022
343. - Joe Mande
Joe Mande is a comedian and writer living in Los Angeles. You’ve seen him on Parks & Rec, Modern Family, and most recently HBO’s Hacks. We chat about putting the paws on people, getting some "cut," the backstory on a friend's bespoke shirt, the food at San Vicente Bungalows, Cameo trying to recruit him, TJ ran into Maron at Whole Foods, the underground world of cops on Tik Tok, pissmaxing, working as a pharmacy delivery boy in high school, the various pieces of merch that Joe sells on his website, taking an experimental drug for his IBS, running around the reservoir, smoking pot with Seth Rogen is like playing a pickup game with Jordan, Joe started wearing sweatshorts during the plannedemic, Soulja Boy's entrepreneurial ventures, and he pitches us on his idea for Celebrity Shark Tank.
May 18, 2022
342. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one pod live and unedited from Glendale. Chris and Jason talk about our trip to Toronto, airplane whining, TJ teaches his flight attendant how to make a Bloody Mary, visiting Matty Matheson’s new restaurant, working out the tour life cobwebs, TJ taking mushrooms and DJing the afterparty, Canadian snowboarders teaching us about Japanese cuisine, tableside branzino sashimi, espresso martinis and asparagus, we got the lucid dream pills from Carsten’s pod, and we spend the last half of the podcast discussing the new Kendrick Lamar album while TJ’s Meyer lemon and sumac edible begins kicking in.
May 16, 2022
341. - Carsten Höller
Carsten Höller is a German-born artist currently living in Stockholm. He’s known for years of amazing and interactive installations, and most recently his Brutalist-themed restaurant Brutalisten. He’s an amazing scientific mind who we had a blast talking to. We chat about our arrival in Toronto, Chris injuring himself on the assault bike, writing a book about playing games, why Americans talk too loudly, taking drugs to stimulate lucid dreaming, sometimes there is no egg to crack, his personal brutalist manifesto, the consumption of breastmilk, removing and restricting to create new ideas, we pick an outfit for his upcoming trip to Ibiza, how to make brutalism fun, reducing the amount of noise you experience, his disdain for mayonnaise, and we make him explain why he has dozens of birds in his apartment, and we question whether or not it smells crazy in there.
May 13, 2022
340. - Julia Cumming of Sunflower Bean
Julia Cumming is a musician and model, her band Sunflower Bean’s new album Headful Of Sugar is out now. We chat about peanut butter vs. kale, the world is ending and all we wanna do is sit down at 10 pm for some fries, we’re off to Toronto, Thug and the rest of YSL got a RICO charge, playing a frat party at Dartmouth for an audience of zero, the video to visualizer vibe shift, Pitchfork gave Jack Harlow a 2.9, joining her first band at 13, going to dirtbag venues in Bushwick, her neighborhood in NY has been taken over by beer parties, nobody’s gonna have their life changed at Brooklyn Steel, modeling for the other YSL at 18, the only happy song they ever wrote was just used on a Netflix show, eagle back pieces vs. tramp stamps, and the most Burger Records shit she’s ever done in her life.
May 11, 2022
339. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one pod recorded live and unedited from Glendale. Chris and Jason chat about our new merch for Toronto, DJ complaining, the guest list is open, you can’t choose your audience, Kentucky Derby scene report, Jack Harlow doesn’t want his shoes to get dirty, Die Antwoord aged poorly, Dave Chappelle brought his attacker on stage, TJ’s metaphorical ankles got broken at a ceramics activation, celebrating uncomfortable social interactions, enjoying soup as the main course is a female trait (even chili,) Hummus is basically refried beans, a deeper dive into TJ’s unhealthy olive complexion, when your farmer’s market box is looking all fucked up, my artichokes would rather die on their feet than live on their knees, a recap of Fivio Foreign’s wonderful episode, using pills to control your loved ones, when Essentia water ruled the world, and what the water you drink says about you. Our new collaboration with Palmes Tennis drops this week so stay tuned.
May 09, 2022
338. - Fivio Foreign
Fivio Foreign is a rapper from New York. His new record B.I.B.L.E. is out now. We chat about podcasting on tired legs, a lads dinner at Mother Wolf, rap music at the fine dining restaurant, the pink drinks at Starbucks, frozen coffee pucks, friends and family of Fivio's unique investment opportunities, his diet and bloodwork, which muscles a drill rapper needs to focus on in the gym, his chick spends way too much money at Target, he doesn’t get to pick out the candles anymore, Fivio enjoys a bottle of 2010 Dom P throughout this episode, our top three favorite pills, which drugs to take for which airplane sizes, Fivie’s bullish on gold, where other rappers fuck up on their features, working with Kanye, and how the internet made people think it's okay to pick a fight with Mike Tyson or tackle Dave Chappelle.
May 06, 2022
337. - John Vanderslice
One of our funnier guests in some time, John Vanderslice is an indie musician, producer, and captain of the infamous Tiny Telephone studios in San Francisco. We chat with him from his home in Los Angeles about the gilded failures of fashion’s biggest night, Kim K only ate tomatoes for 16 days but didn't eat on the carpet, why John escaped the Bay Area, covid fucking LA restaurants up, buying drugs on the Silk Road, Bitcoin is the new hundred dollar bill, ceremonial drug usage, edging doesn’t have to end in the bedroom, going sober on tour, working at Chez Panisse in the 90s, we spitball how covid started, doing fat caterpillar lines of cocaine, which countries to avoid when touring in Europe, all the ways John relates himself to a rat, and we end with a handful of his favorite low-level schemes, scams, and slights of hand. Outro Song: MK Ultra - The Dream Is Over (1999)
May 04, 2022
336. - Interpol
Instead of our one-on-one pod today, we’ve got an extended 30 minute solo Sunday chat and a interview with Interpol, a band from New York City that we all know and love. We chat with their frontman Paul Banks about flavorless water, a little something called authenticity, the absence of color, pushing through the paranoia, the new Future record, Paul’s rare and expensive Japanese boxing gloves, cardio and cigarettes, Paul’s a business class shawty, eating pasta on days off, they never played SNL, why they’re big in South America, what one can do to make things timeless, Paul’s hip hop mixtape, the good part about Ska music, our fitness plans, and us sharing the bill next month at the Just Like Heaven festival.
May 02, 2022
335. - Mattiel
Mattiel is a two-piece band from Atlanta. Their new album Georgia Gothic is out now on ATO Records. We chat about Chris showing up very late, Snail Mail at the Palladium, some of the perks of the Delta Diamond Medallion program, breaking the law, the gas company is a sham, the rise of the sexy south, Catherine Zeta-Jones, MailChimp, graphic design, bald kings building, tips on bringing stuff into Canada, more mystery methods, they meditation process, Brian Eno’s app, unemployment, and some good parts about Germany.
April 29, 2022
334. - Toro Y Moi
Chaz, aka Toro Y Moi, is a musician from South Carolina currently living in the Bay Area of California. We chat about our $80 coffee cupping, my flat ass, Harry’s Better Homes and Gardens cover, Taco Bell’s Mexican pizza, illegally downloading Chaz’s music, full nude toilet time, playing Coachella with Flume, all his fans are nice and sweet, his production software, remixes of live bands shouldn’t exist, who’s using who, sync talk, surviving indie sleaze, Chaz going to damn Sugarfish, doing Uffie’s album, how he’s used Instagram through the years, and why he’s always comfortable.
April 27, 2022
333. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one pod live and unedited from Glendale. Chris and Jason give a Coachella (week 2) recap, TJ’s pouchette, unlicensed energy drinks, Sprouts Market, Spiritualized, Anitta, Phoebe, and Harry, spending $400 on Red Bull and Vodka, bottomless 805's, photo pit drug dealers, Sephora dance music, Chris discovers Peggy Gou, Alexander Wang in VIP, TJ talking to losers, imperfect music of the 90s, what time celebs leave the festival, Sporty & Rich tennis activation, Kings vs. Ducks in the box, and what the market cap on valet parking might be.
April 25, 2022
332. - Richard Jefferson
Richard Jefferson is a former NBA Champion turned commentator. We chat with him from his home in Los Angeles about Chris’ big night out, Jason’s 420 menu, RJ’s landscaping and mulch tips, his proximity to the airport, why Chris doesn’t like Clear, The Hermosa Beach Ironman, raging with frat bros in Arizona, getting back into hoops to show his kids he’s still wetty, Space Jam trash, LeBron’s addiction to overpriced wine, the history of shorts inseams, being the little stinker of basketball commentary, his Tik Tok strategy, how to rise above the haters, ultramarathon runners are serial killers, taking choir in college for the freaks and for the GPA, and how growing up in a conservative home turned him into the freak he is today.
April 22, 2022
331. - Molly Lambert
Molly Lambert is a writer from Los Angeles. Her new podcast Heidiworld The Heidi Fleiss story and the secret history of LA is out now. We chat about Chris’ emails, hitting the flow state, Netflix’s Ultimatum, our 2022 Eurotrip, Chris’ barbershop vibe, Molly’s marijuana life, #adulting, meeting local singles at the rotisserie chicken aisle, vanilla ice cream, Chris reveals a meat-based food fantasy, advanced drug dealer menus, funky hats have made a comeback, promoter beanies, the Mystery Method, Molly helps us understand what women find attractive about magicians, 80’s hair metal, Married With Children, true crime podcasts stealing content from journalists, and we compare how sex work has synthesized since Heidi’s reign.
April 20, 2022
330. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one Coachella X Easter episode, Chris and Jason chat about Moses being zaddy, Drake’s disciples, how much Kim K got paid to do a walkthrough looking like R2D2, the Revolve Festival-verse taking over Coachella, the benefits of being nimble in the world of experiential marketing, a full buyout at Sqirl for dinner, Mystery Method sweater negging, eighty dollar coffee from Arkansas, restaurants text us more than our chicks now, Lizzo allegedly tore SNL, omakase in the desert, Chris thinks there's something off about Shania Twain and Harry, we care more about the secret guest we don’t know than the guest we paid money for, couch-chella is still happening, Chris likes sports for the food aspect, how we’ll be spending our virtual 420 this year, TJ tries to wrap his head around the Swedish House Mafia effect, and Catholicism as an emerging trend.
April 18, 2022
329. - Jess Damuck
Jess Damuck is a cook, food stylist, and writer. Her new cookbook Salad Freak is out now. We chat with her from her home in Los Angeles about, fruit mongers, who are to blame for The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jess got the “Grammy’s Cough,” sheer garden party chaos, she should be Jewish, we take botox for our TMJ, working for Marta Stewart, melon balls over ice, why she calls her boyfriend “smoothie,” Chris gets to the bottom of celery, nicotine gum, meditative cooking with intention, plating on mushrooms, Jess’ love of Morrissey, Jess’ East Hampton metal band, and what her boyfriend Ben’s face looks like without a beard.
April 15, 2022
328. - Andy Haynes
Andy Haynes is a stand-up comedian from Seattle, currently living in New York. Watch his current special, "The Coward of Gramercy," here. We chat about Chris' hate of car racing, the HVAC baton has been passed, allergy season, Andy has never written on a TV show that he'd want to tell people about, Chanel Westcoast, meeting chicks at Equinox and immediately paying their rent, Andy's barista career, TJ used to heckle stand up shows, did podcasts or Tik Tok ruin comedy? Andy's wife got hired to roast a San Diego Billionaire, Andy used to smoke hotties out for a hug, he's married into political royalty, how people consume comedy now, the hills of Seattle, and Andy pitches Chris for some light copywriting work.
April 13, 2022
326. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one episode recorded live and uncut from Glendale. Jason is under the weather, so his brain isn't cooking so hot, but his voice is slightly sexier. We chat about the dos and don'ts of putting stickers on your car, Lil Huddy's G Wagon, waiting in line for food, Naengmyeon, being pot-committed, the ice cream museum is so much more than just ice cream, older people are allowed to say whatever they want to, the death of the streetwear resale market, Chris predicts the return of juice drinking, we plan our Coachella trip, double stacked Phillipp Pleins, trance music, Ryan Cabrera, Netflix's Ultimatum, the Rimowa Porsche party, where do these LA people come from, being sick as a child vs. being an adult, if adult men aren't allowed to be sick then they're driven to a life of deviance, Jacob Elordi's pearl necklace, why female celebrities are all more famous then their male counterparts, soccer chicks, and we get to the bottom of why Chris can't take his shoes off and get cozy on the plane, even in the Delta One pod.
April 11, 2022
325. - Daniel Riley
Daniel Riley is a writer from Los Angeles currently living in New York. We chat about TJ locking his keys in his car mid-workout, feeling discombobulated after travel, NYT asked its employees not to tweet as much, Chris has diarrhea of the fingers, Dan noticed that Chris is embarrassed by most people, why we want to live where we want to live, the world’s obsession with Tiger Woods, psychopathic obsession, I ask Dan to convince Chris into playing golf, country club confusion, the cadence of our podcast as it compares to a sports car, and Chris isn’t going to go to Eagle Rock to get some gem lettuces.
April 08, 2022
324. - Claire Ptak
Claire Ptak is a baker and owner of London’s Violet Cakes, making the Royal wedding cake for Harry and Meg amongst many other scone-based accolades. We chat about our weekend of concert-going in LA, flying to NY to party with Palace and Calvin, Chris thinks that London lunches lean a bit heavy, the fine Volvo SUV collection, we generalize which flavors that men and women lean towards, the early hours of a baker's life, weight lifting flow, working at a very young age, selling baked goods to an Arctic Monkey or a Klaxon, what to do when your nanny goes on holiday, Ibiza plans, Sad lamps, enjoying the business side of things as she’s progressed, British or gay, and what she’s looking for romantically as a newly-ish single boss.
April 06, 2022
323. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one episode recorded live and uncut from Glendale California. We chat about TJ in the Porsche 911, interior color stories, flea market pros and cons, what our forefathers would have thought about writing an article about giving yourself a treat for running errands, Chris finally caught someone putting dogshit in his trashcan, medieval punishment, we're going to two shows tonight and we have to figure out what to wear, Delicore lifestyle, Substack is a dating site now, new Harold Stylish dropped, getting dick off Letterboxd, naming your kids off a Judd Apatow movie, the simple-minded lyrics of country music, and we argue about a few more things.
April 04, 2022
322. - Lance Bangs
Lance Bangs is a legendary film director who's worked on countless videos, films, and documentaries for the last few decades, most recently on the new Jackass film and shooting a posthumous video for George Harrison. We chat about Californication, TJ got a facial and got drunk at Neiman Marcus, growing up in Jersey in the late 80s, the Suicide Girls of Portland, Lance has a video treatment for us involving firearms, his 21-year-old son plays Russian video game music on guitar and teaches jiu-jitsu, clickbait shawties, crack addicts, Beabadoobee’s new video rips off Papa Roach, and we end with some Jackass stories.
April 01, 2022
321. - Willa Bennett
Willa Bennett is the head of social at GQ, a Forbes 30 under 30, a writer for countless publications, and a very good sport for putting up with our bullshit. We chat about Chris’ NYC fashion shoot, the Scientology slap, raising donkeys, eating tater tots at Fanelli’s, her love of ties and their relation to autoerotic asphyxiation, Avril, my 600-pound podcaster, uniform dressing, stumbling upon a Fiona Apple Concert as a teen in Tennessee, our unabashed love of industry plants, Olivia Rodrigo’s lyrical content, how legacy media uses social media to its advantage, gay Tik Tok, the kids are deleting their Instagram grids, and we argue about the future of magazines.
March 30, 2022
320. - Cat Power
Cat Power is a musician currently living in Miami. We’re both big fans and we're excited to chat with Chan about dank donuts, Chris finally got to hang out with John Mayer, TJ got Yeezys, Chan’s love of comedy, doing things alone, she does a beautiful French accent, seeing Bob Dylan a thousand times, the Stones at Hyde Park, therapeutic karaoke, downtown New York in the ’90s, coming up in Atlanta, what Miami was like 20 years ago, real estate deals, tanging with Victoria’s Secret on some sync talk, her favorite Mexican restaurant in Highland Park, and her upcoming tour starts soon so go buy a ticket.
March 28, 2022
319. - Richard Marx
Richard Marx is a Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter with over 30 million records sold worldwide. We chat about signing your text messages, Ryan Seacrest and Howard Stern still have to wake up at 3 am for work, Marx is back on the road and loving his crowd work, his crib in Miami, the music business is mostly about business, being a king of 80s hair despite not doing cocaine, Daisy Fuentes cooking him vegan Cuban sandwiches, Martinis are like tits, singing one song a night without a microphone, Richard works blue on stage, running into Rick Rubin at Pavillions just how Diplo does, his fitness routine, the evolution of his boots, learning how to manage ridicule from Nickleback, his own podcast based on tequila drinking, what to do when you see a fellow celeb in public, and his first apartments in LA as a teenager. 
March 27, 2022
318. - Bill Addison
Bill Addison is a James Beard Award-winning restaurant critic for the LA Times. We chat about Grimes’ DDoS attacks, a deeper dive into Diplo’s carnivore diet, salad dressing through the years, Bill’s singing career, cutting his teeth in Atlanta, how to recognize when food has a soul, the death of the takedown review, getting softer with age, the first six months of a restaurant, the importance of anonymity as a critic, vegan pastry, Bill’s blessed metabolism, gay vanity, how to eat three dinners a night, how to get a res at Motherwolf, why to get the peanuts at Cookbook, and Bill doesn’t believe in food trends but we still ask him about some.
March 25, 2022
317. - Diplo
Wes Pentz, aka Diplo, is a musician and DJ from Florida, currently living in Los Angeles. We chat about And Just Like That getting renewed for a second season, how much your business manager should be skimming off the top, why Diplo needs 8 CDJs, living shirtless, the only reason he did this podcast was that the waves were sketchy today, rappers are upset with the Postmates options in Malibu, going on the carnivore diet after Rick Rubin told him to, moving into Kid Rock’s old house, why the industry is different in Nashville, ALBUM albums don’t exist anymore, how the music biz figured out how to make a shitload of money again, the steady growth of Diplo vs. the early peak of Major Lazer, how he slowly took over Las Vegas, day parties vs. night parties, building with Kraftwerk, hanging with Rocky in China, and what happened to his pants after smoking 5-MeO-DMT.
March 23, 2022
316. - Chris & Jason
One-on-one episode today recorded live and unedited from Glendale California. We chat about soundbwoy slander, where to park with a luxury car, Chris met some friendly young people downtown, fizzy hoppy tea is ready for the big leagues, when the restaurant is absolutely serving food, Diplo is a slippery little shrimp, how Chris is handling the dog poop situation at his new home, a flirtatious neighbor of TJ's, Dead Eyes podcast, and honestly, the last half of the show is our plan to deal with America's dependency on pets.  
March 21, 2022
315. - Bret Easton Ellis
Bret Easton Ellis is a writer from Los Angeles. We chat about nude podcasting, a dinner at Horses with Raven Smith, Posh Spice’s love of steamed fish, reply guy complaints, Bret’s dour demeanor, the origin of Bret’s opening monologue, switching to Patreon, his worst podcast guest, an update on his new book, Didion’s thoughts on moving to New York, the ease flying private, all actors gain 30 pounds between filming, contemporary country music, the possible decline of cancel culture, we have to kill the celebrity profile, Anna Delv, And Just Like That, Emily in Paris, a teen TJ’s brush with homosexuality, and what it was like working with Lindsay Lohan.
March 18, 2022
314- Girlpuppy
Girlpuppy, aka Becca Harvey, is a musician from Atlanta. Her EP Swan is out now, and she’s heading out on tour this week. We chat about beard trimming, MGK vs. Japanese Breakfast, lifestyles of the rich and the famous, Chris eating his little lettuce-wrapped burritos in Atlanta, being stupid, hating wind, being terrified of alligators, her life partner John Michael, her dependency on Liquid IV, not knowing how to play any instruments, her mom being a saucy chick, astrology vibes, her and her partner’s mount fuckmore, what she’s afraid of, her dad loving Rotten Tomatoes, where she’s eatin in LA, her fucked up hospitality rider, JK Rowling, and what she considers to be a treat.
March 16, 2022
313. - Chris & Jason
A one-on-one episode today, TJ’s hungover in LA, and Chris is calling in from Atlanta. We chat about Drake’s current life choices, TJ turning up last night, Chris’ Miami scene report, building with crypto billionaires, Florida is America’s bussy, Fat Wreck Chords, we expand on my pregnancy kink, Calle Ocho server farms, living on a boat, we predict when cities themselves will all have creative directors, we take a second look at lead poisoning, in jail they only give you the small bottles of water, Vinny from Jersey Shore is an erotic dancer now, Kim Kardashian’s work ethic, KUWTK hires PTA, and TJ finally got his sauna. Outro song: Floating Points - Vocoder
March 14, 2022
312. - Indigo De Souza
Indigo De Souza is a musician from North Carolina. Her new album Any Shape You Take is out now on Saddle Creek. We chat about Chris off to Miami and his addiction to airline points, podcasting through the wire, exploring the wilderness and hanging out down at the swamp, spending most of the time stone-cold sober, Indigo’s philosophy for living a happy life, making sad music for sad people, the first three records she ever got, opening for My Morning Jacket on a big tour, Mumford Sons vs. Edward Sharpe, Indigo’s mom being a freak, growing up with twin sisters, busking as a child, pregnancy kink vs. injured kink, yogurt making, sync talk, she used to love New York, and just how off the grid she’d like to be.
March 11, 2022
311. - Alex Cameron
Alex Cameron is a musician from Australia currently living in New York. His new album Oxy Music is out this week. We chat about Spotify outages, petrol prices, International Women’s Day, Pitchfork Fest’s lineup announcement, Mitski’s flash photography policy, the difference between a light overdose and just getting high, a recent bout with drummer’s shoulder, breaking both of his hands after falling off some scaffolding, TJ breaking his ankle in a DJ injury, what happened when he took a Michael Jackson dose of drugs, being a computer without a monitor, how some people might be turned on by a fella in crutches, Juuls, Australian sandwiches, meat pies, restaurants that put celeb photos up on the wall, and Alex gives us a transcription of what he said on Ketamine therapy treatment.
March 09, 2022
310. - Chris & Jason
One on one pod live and unedited from Glendale. Chris and Jason chat about beard dysmorphia, our scent innovation, the music on Hulu’s "The Dropout" is like, so good, Blackberry vs. iPhone, TJ did ketamine and cleaned the house, Balenciaga had a cold and windy fashion show, how does Kim K pee in the caution tape catsuit, punching yourself in the bathroom mirror, Chris accidentally crushed a 32oz smoothie in the convertible roof, record sober and edit high, which Whole Foods locations are the most mask-off, and running for local office on our no dogs in the restaurant platform. Low Ticket Alert for our live show in Toronto. Outro music: Tourist - Your Love.
March 07, 2022
309. - Sean Thor Conroe
Sean Thor Conroe is the author of Fuccboi, a novel out now. We chat with him from his home in New York about a new way to smoke less, quitting bicycle riding when you get rich, walking across the country in flip flops, some of Sean’s favorite author’s bars (not where you drink,) people’s perceptions of his book, if people read it to relate or to observe, how the word Fuccboi has evolved, you’re a bitch if you don’t use your real name, sometimes a book can be fun, his unique editing process, how the mind of a dusty person might operate, and what he doesn’t spend his money on now that he’s got a little bit of it.
March 04, 2022
308. - Emmanuel Olunkwa
Emmanuel Olunkwa is an artist, writer, furniture designer, and editor of PIN-UP Magazine. We chat with him from his home in New York about reaching a state of brainlessness, marijuana mattresses, Howard Stern's book, our show announcement in Toronto, LCD Soundsystem's SNL performance, going to The Commodore in 2022, why Emmanuel doesn't want to live in Dimes Square, the idle thoughts that COVID brought, we don't want to have to explain why we don't like things, driving a Saturn, Anne Hathaway, the cinematography of the Dark Knight Trilogy, partying hard in Beverly Hills as a teen, why Euphoria is cute compared to his life, we're all on the spectrum, the downside of living a well-considered life, the battle over magazine real estate, old Acne jackets, smoking at Horses for Frieze, and taking a taxi from Beverly Hills to a rave in San Bernadino with no way of getting home.
March 02, 2022
307. - Chris & Jason
One on one episode uncut and recorded live from Chris’ casita in New York. We chat about bxy scouts, being sick with the axe, knocking on the hotel door too much, daikon martinis at Dr. Clark, New York’s 30° vibe shift, the downside of heat tech, taking the importance of taking a drug break on holiday, all thirty flavors and colors of American Spirits, our podcast convention panel scene report, let’s go branding, live pianists, going to a very intense party at the Jane Hotel, meeting a man with a bicep fetish, a twelve-hour group dinner at The Grill, Chris being good at football, guys who walk and talk on the treadmill, Black Rifle’s IPO, and how Chris’ apartment smells.
February 28, 2022