FYI02 – For Your Infotazement S01E02 – Earworms
There are a lot of reasons a song might get stuck in your head. Sometimes it’s because the thing is so darn catchy. Other times, it might be a theme or idea that resonates with you. But once it’s in there, a true earworm won’t leave. In this episode, I chat with a gaggle of folks about the tunes that plague them, in addition to breaking down the lyrical quirk of a particular classic rock cut which has nagged at me for decades.
Chris Garrison is a cartoonist and inventor of games and has been my friend since 7th grade. Peep his crazycool drawings at garrisonsjunk.blogspot.com.
Underground mainstay Skizz Cyzyk creates movies and music and does many fun things related to movies and music. Try to make sense of all the hats he wears by checking out his web-hub, skizz.net.
Comedian Ronald James is co-host, along with yours truly and our pal Steve Reter, of Movie Schmovie, a film conversation podcast that will hopefully make you laugh and give you a safe place to overthink your cinematic favorites. Find it at movieschmovie.net.
And speaking of film podcasts, you really should be listening The Projection Booth, on which Mike White, Rob St. Mary, and a shockingly comprehensive gang of guests go deeper than anyone else into the way movies are made and how they make us feel. It’s addictive and it awaits you here at projection-booth.blogspot.com.
Check out Jess Rapisarda’s wonderful and often hilarious blog at welcometothebundle.blogspot.com.
Shit-Stirring Benn Ray’s trenchant opinions and observations can be enjoyed @mobtownshank. And if you’re ever in Hampden, MD, pop in to Atomic Books for some good reads, art toys, and cold beer, possibly served by the man himself.
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