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Conversations With Matt Dwyer is a music and arts podcast that sometimes also focuses on activism. Matt Dwyer keeps the interviews conversational and focused on his subject not his own stories or agenda. He's interviewed a long list of music art legends.
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Conversations With Matt Dwyer is a music and arts podcast that sometimes also focuses on activism. Matt Dwyer keeps the interviews conversational and focused on his subject not his own stories or agenda. He's interviewed a long list of music art legends.
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    Tim Presley - White Fence/DRINKS/Darker My Love

    Tim Presley - White Fence/DRINKS/Darker My Love

    Musician and artist Tim Presley joins CWMD in conversation that covers a wide range of subjects from Tim's early Punk days to his new art book, Under the Banner of Concern (link below.) Tim and Matt also discuss the early days of Echo Park, Tim's struggles with opiates,and Tim's ability to switch genres of music and keep his fan base in tact.
    Buy Tim's book, Under the Banner of Concern here: https://anthology.net/
    Tim's Instagram: @tm_prsley
    Opening Song, "Raven On White Cadillac," by White Fence from the album, For the Recently Found Innocent.
    Produced, Edited and Hosted by Matt Dwyer
    themattdwyer.com
    Consulting Producer: Dustin Marshall

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Andy Siara - Screenwriter -Palm Springs

    Andy Siara - Screenwriter -Palm Springs

    Andy Siara screenwriter of the hit summer Indie film Palm Springs joins CWMD to talk about the evolution of the film, discovering his love for movies, his early days in the band the Henry Clay People, and shift from musician to TV/film writing.
    **SHOW NOTE**
    There is a slight technical issue with a faint buzzing in the sound. I didn't hear it during recording. Sorry I couldn't fix it.
    Show Notes
    Palm Springs can be screened on Hulu.
    Music: "Turn Your Head," by Ken Vandermark from the album Turn Your Head. (21st Mobile ASCAP
    Hosted & Produced by Matt Dwyer
    themattdwyer.com

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Gregg Deal Returns - Bonus Ep. Indigenous Artist/Activist

    Gregg Deal Returns - Bonus Ep. Indigenous Artist/Activist

    Indigenous Artist & Activist Gregg Deal returns to discuss the recent development with the names of a certain Washington football team, the Native protests at Mount Rushmore, police violence against Native Americans and so much more. As before Gregg sheds light on issues that America has continuously overlooked.
    More Gregg Deal Here: http://greggdeal.com/
    Instagram & Twitter: @greggdeal
    Matt Dwyer: themattdwyer.com
    Instagram @conversationswithdwyer
    Opening Song: "Turn Your Head" by Ken Vandermark from the album Utility Hitter (21st Mobile ASCAP)

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    • 53 min
    Rob Barbato - Producer/Musician (Darker My Love, The Fall, Cass McCombs

    Rob Barbato - Producer/Musician (Darker My Love, The Fall, Cass McCombs

    Rob Barbato was a member of LA's acclaimed band Darker My Love. After they broke up Rob went on and played with The Fall, Cass McCombs and Kevin Morby. He's also produced such bands as The Vivian Girls, Bleached and Apex Manor. Rob joins CWMD to discuss working with Mark E. Smith, Cass McCombs, life in Texas and Darker My Love. You can find all things Rob Barbato at robbarbato.com.
    Opening Song: "What's A Mans Paris" by Darker My Love
    Produced, recorded and edited by Matt Dwyer
    Consulting Producer: Dustin Marshall
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Daniel Crook - Artist/Activist/Musician

    Daniel Crook - Artist/Activist/Musician

    Daniel Crook is an artist who gained world-wide attention for his work focusing on toxic masculinity. He joins CWMD to discuss his recent experiences protesting for the BLM movement, his life growing up pansexual in a violent and small environment and much more. It's a very intense conversations. Follow the leaders Daniel mentions in the interview here: @janayathefuture @osopepatrisse @docmellymel @kendrick38
    You can follow Daniel on IG at @danielcrook
    Theme Song: Turn Your Head by Ken Vandermark from the album Utility Hitter. 21st Mobile ASCAP.
    Produced by Matt Dwyer
    Consulting Producer: Dustin Marshall
    Tech Shit: Matt Dwyer
    Black Lives Matter
    Power to the People
    Fight the Power
    Fuck Trump


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    • 53 min
    Alicia Bognanno - Bully

    Alicia Bognanno - Bully

    Sub Pop recording artist Alicia Bognanno of the band Bully joins CWMD to discuss her new album SUGAREGG and how she had to derail her ego and insecurities to complete it. She also shares about finding new approaches to songwriting, interning with Steve Albini, and the boy clubs of the music world. 
    SUGAREGG will be released August 21st on Sub Pop Records. 
    http://www.bullythemusic.com/
    Instagram: @bullythemusic
    Twitter: @Bully
    https://www.subpop.com/artists/bully
    Producer, Tech Guy & All the Other Shit: Matt Dwyer
    Consulting Producer: Dustin Marshall
    Wind Beneath My Wings: Kelly Dwyer
    Bears & Swirls: Maebe & Tillie
    Black Lives Matter
    Power to the People. 

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    • 44 min

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Matt’s podcast has been a hub for supplying me with great music, books and art lately. The conversational style is down to earth, funny, honest and I’ve discovered amazing writers like Poe Ballantine and Nelson Algren, the music of Man Man and lots more awesome creatives. Highly recommend that you give this one a try, and check out the Feral Audio Podcast network for more goodness.

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