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  1. Iggy Pop’s BBC Music John Peel Lecture

    Iggy has never given a lecture in his life, but live from the UK Radio Festival in Salford he is going to attempt a discussion on the subject of free music in a capitalist society. A struggle which he says never ends.

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  2. Beyond Bitchy: Mastering the Art of Boundaries: #10: Knowing and Owning Your Reality (Step 1 of the 5-Step Boundary Solution)

    Today and for the next four episodes, I’m going to take a deeper dive into each step of the 5-Step Boundary Solution process. The first step, which is what I’ll be covering in this episode, is knowing and owning your reality. When you’re working on any issue, you’ve got to start with knowing exactly what your reality is—what is true for you—and Step 1 will help you do just that.

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  3. Library Talks : There’s No Such Thing As Now

    Carlo Rovelli is an Italian theoretical physicist. In his new book, The Order of Time,  Rovelli asks "Why do we remember the past and not the future… What ties time to our nature as persons, to our subjectivity?" Rovelli is the head of the Quantum Gravity group at the Centre de Physique Théorique of Aix-Marseille University and has devoted his life’s work to understanding what time might truly be. Author and philosopher, Jim Holt spoke with Rovelli about the past, future, and why there isn’t exactly a "now."

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  4. Brian Eno - Composers As Gardeners

    "My topic is the shift from ‘architect’ to ‘gardener’, where ‘architect’ stands for ‘someone who carries a full picture of the work before it is made’, to ‘gardener’ standing for ‘someone who plants seeds and waits to see exactly what will come up’. I will argue that today’s composer are more frequently ‘gardeners’ than ‘architects’ and, further, that the ‘composer as architect’ metaphor was a transitory historical blip."

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  5. Transmissions Podcast :: Tim Heidecker/John Coltrane: ’58: The Prestige Recordings/Johnathan Rice

    You’re tuned into the Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions podcast…This month, we bring you the uncut edition of our conversation with Tim Heidecker, explaining the classic inspirations behind his latest LP, What The Broken Hearted Do. Also, a review of the John Coltrane boxset, Coltrane ’58: The Prestige Recordings. And to close out, Johnathan Rice live at Gold Diggers, discussing both his haikus—optimized for the social media age—and new album, The Long Game.

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  6. Kreative Kontrol: I Remember Me and David Berman

    Mourning and remembering poet/musician David Berman of Silver Jews and Purple Mountains, as a fan, a journalist, and a friend. Featuring an archival CFRU radio interview with David and previously captured anecdotes by Stephen Malkmus, Will Oldham, Bob Nastanovich, and Dan Bejar.

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  7. David Berman discusses his return, his new Purple Mountains LP, the end of Silver Jews, more

    David Berman talks about the end of Silver Jews, the rise of Purple Mountains, every song on their self-titled debut, which is out via Drag City on July 12, 2019 and much more.

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  8. Jesse Thorn in “Fine Vintage”

    This week’s guest is Put This On founder Jesse Thorn. You also might recognize Jesse’s voice from his podcasts “Bullseye” and “Jordan, Jesse, Go!” as well as “Judge John Hodgman.”

    My talk with Jesse covers everything from his days as a boombox-carrying college kid to his lifelong passion for vintage clothing. We even tackle the big topics, like why men are culturally conditioned to not care about clothes.

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  9. Rutgar Bregman’s case for UBI, open borders, and a 15-hour workweek - Vox

    Rutger Bregman, author of Utopia for Realists, talks to Ezra Klein about the power and purpose of utopian thinking.

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  10. The Starcourt Mall

    It’s summer 1985 and Starcourt Mall just opened its air conditioned doors. In this episode, you’ll find out how the Stranger Things crew renovated a dilapidated mall, restoring it to its 1980’s glory. But don’t be fooled by the shiny new Orange Julius and Sam Goody, this mall is hiding some major secrets.

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