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Welcome to Get Out, a podcast that covers and shares inspirational stories in travel, culture, and society from around us! Listen to new episodes every Monday!

    Episode 091 - Abhishek Roychowdhury aka Cosmic Oneness | Founder of Psychedelic Adventure, & Cycle Delic Goa, and Co-creator of Psychedelic Society of India

    Episode 091 - Abhishek Roychowdhury aka Cosmic Oneness | Founder of Psychedelic Adventure, & Cycle Delic Goa, and Co-creator of Psychedelic Society of India

    Abhishek Roychowdhury is the founder of Psychedelic Adventure, & Cycle Delic Goa. Listen to his journey from growing up as an army kid, to now promoting responsible use of psychedelics as a Co-Creator of the Psychedelic Society of India.

    His musical journey started with a stint as a guitar lead part of a band that he was part of establishing. However, he gradually found his interest in the psychedelic genre of music. Under the alias of Cosmic Oneness, Abhishek has been playing at private parties and nightlife venues, and co-hosting gatherings for spiritual and celestial occasions, since 2005. 
    Check the Facebook page
    Listen to his sets on Mixcloud

    Abhishek has taken to cycling recently and formed Cycle Delic Goa, a cycling community based out of North Goa.

    Psychedelic Society of India is a community of like-minded enthusiasts of psychedelics, which serves as a resource for learning about psychedelics and consciousness. It's also a platform that connects plant medicines to their seekers.
    See their website
    Like their Facebook page

    Timestamps for reference
    02:22 Relationship with alcohol and tobacco
    08:15 Addictions
    14:45 COVID-19 and the pandemic situation
    28:37 Power in the world, and dark entities
    35:01 Abhishek's initial LSD experience
    45:06 My fear of 'ghosts'
    52:28 Do we have a purpose? Everyone and everything is sacred, and understanding a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle
    59:45 Laws
    01:05:06 Creators and creations; preparing humanity for extraterrestrial encounters and catastrophe
    01:13:23 Nikhil's hallucinations
    01:19:03 Seeking psychedelic experiences
    01:20:15 What is the Psychedelic Society of India?
    01:32:25 Psychedelics and enlightenment
    01:37:42 Psychedelics and our capitalistic society
    01:43:14 Mark of the beast and AI
    01:48:09 Psychedelics as medicine
    01:52:53 PSI and its work
    01:57:40 Abhishek's learnings from psychedelics
    02:04:37 Ayahuasca
    02:12:12 Parallels between psychedelic ceremonies and religious ceremonies
    02:14:06 Where is Abhishek currently, on his psychedelic journey?
    02:16:25 Abhishek's musical journey - BPMs, dance, and psychedelic trance music
    02:27:33 Cycle Delic Goa and Abhishek's interest in cycling
    02:28:53 Mushrooms!
    02:31:52 Growing up as an army kid
    02:39:07 Are you also a marketplace, and do you host community events/ceremonies?
    02:43:23 Future projects
    Also mentioned in this episode
    1984 by George Orwell - Acid - Adrenochrome - Agenda 21 - Alcohol - Amit Tida - Anunnaki - Archons - Arjun Nair - Arrival - Astral beings - Ayahuasca - Ayahuasca for prisoners in Brazil - Ayurveda - Ayush - Ben Stewart - Breatherian - Bruce Parry - Cannabis - Cari-Lee - Crop Circles - Cymatics - Datura - Darryl D'Souza - DMT - Dogon tribe - Dopamine - Ecstasy MDMA - Elementals - Elitom El-Amin - Elon Musk - Esoteric texts - Fantastic Fungi - Goa Gil - Goa Mountain Biking Tribe - Golden Teacher - Hessadalen - Ignatius Camilo - Indian Military Academy (IMA) - Indigo Children - Iquitos, Peru - Jeff Bezos - Jeffrey Epstein - Kamya Buch - Kodaikanal mushrooms - Kombucha - Kundalini - Lifting The Veil - LSD - Lucid dreaming - Lyrans - McKennaii - Morning Glory - Nag Hammadi - Nishith - Orb - Pachamama Cafe - Paul Stamets - Peyote - Psilocybin - PTSD - Robert Schwartz - Saddam Hussein assassination - Serotonin - Shiva Valley - Shrinath - Sirius - Sleep cycle - Space cake - Spiritual science - Star seeds - Sujit Nagda - Thank You Plant Medicine - The Day The Earth Stood Still - The Lion People of Sirius - The Queen's Gambit - The Threshold Boys Choir - Urine Therapy - Your Soul's Plan
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    Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
    Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

    Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio Library
    Angel Guides by Jesse Gallagher
    Asleep With The Sun by Unicorn Heads
    The Stoic and the Sailor by Unicorn Heads

    All photographs by Abhishek Roychowdhury, Cycle Delic Goa, Psychedelic Adventure, and Psychedelic Society of India, unless otherwise stated

    • 2 hrs 49 min
    Episode 090 - Alexander Sukhochev aka Sashanti | Author, DJ/Producer, Journalist, Nightlife Promoter, Photographer, and Co-creator of Shanti Goa and Soma Project

    Episode 090 - Alexander Sukhochev aka Sashanti | Author, DJ/Producer, Journalist, Nightlife Promoter, Photographer, and Co-creator of Shanti Goa and Soma Project

    Alexander Sukhochev aka Sashanti is a disc jockey and music producer, who's the creative force behind premier nightlife brands such as Shanti Goa and Soma Project, in Goa.

    Visit his website
    Follow him on Instagram
    Like his Facebook page
    Listen to his music sets on Soundcloud

    Listen to his journey from growing up in a suburban town in Russia, and stepping into the nightlife scene in Moscow as a teenager, to writing a fiction based on his experiences in Goa, and hosting sought after parties in Goa for over fifteen years.

    Sashanti has played a several legendary nightlife venues across the world, including Tresor (Berlin), Sisyphos (Berlin), Paradiso (Amsterdam), Chapeau Rouge (Prague),

    After his first book, The Goa Syndrome (2007), which went on to be a bestseller in Russia, he is now involved in writing scripts and screenplays for movies both in India and Russia. His follow up book will be out soon.

    Sashanti studied journalism and has covered stories for the Russian government. Also a photography enthusiast, he has showcased his work ranging from Full Moon scenery and his time with the Toda Tribe in the Nilgiris, India.

    Dance to some of his productions, including these recent releases.
    Rain - Andrey Semenets, Sashanti (dOP Remix)
    Arabia EP - Sashanti/Andrey Semenets

    SHANTI GOA
    Shanti Goa was the winter residence of the club Shanti in Moscow. This chic bar, lounge, and art space sat on the scenic Ashvem Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea. It was the spot to watch sunsets from while hanging out with cool people and listening to superb artists.

    Art at Shanti Goa
    When dOP played live at Shanti Goa

    SOMA Project
    SOMA Project is a nightlife brand in Goa, created by Sashanti. It had its residence at Teso Waterfront for a few years where it has hosted several parties on Sunday evenings for the 'it' crowd. This resurfaced as SOMA Life in Morjim, before retiring.

    Riktam & Bansi party
    Stefano Richetta party

    Timestamps for reference
    06:59 Sashanti inspired my move to Goa
    12:55 How Sashanti set up Shanti Goa
    17:33 Music scene in Goa in the 2000s
    18:31 Understanding underground music?
    28:05 Sashanti's journey in music
    33:28 Shanti Goa to Soma Project, evolution
    41:32 Beachside sunset sessions in Goa currently
    45:24 Artists and artworks of Soma Project
    54:51 Sashanti's book The Goa Syndrome
    55:50 Sashanti's initial experiences in Goa
    01:02:30 Influences of destinations on your own music
    01:06:06 Sashanti's writing projects
    01:16:01 Sashanti likes to capture moments
    01:18:09 Sashanti's travels across India

    Also mentioned in this episode
    Abelton - Ajmer Sharif Dargah - Amnesia - Awakenings - Belarus protests (2020-2021) - Boom - Buddha Bar - Burning Man - Cafe Mambo - Caucasus Mountains - Charlotte de Witte - Chennakeshava Temple, Somanathapura - Club Cubana - Dancing Shiva (Nataraja) - David Guetta - Deborah de Luca - Denis Chernenko - Djuma Soundsystem - Downtempo - Dub Tempo - Electric Zoo India - Fall of the Berlin Wall - Fruityloop - Georgian protests (2019-2020) - Hacienda, Manchester - Hilltop - House music - Hoysala architecture - Ibiza - Ignatius Camilo - International Film Festival of India - Jean-Michel André Jarre - Lord Shiva - Klartraum - Kraftwerk - Leon Pereira - Manchester underground - Mathew Jonson - Nadja Lind - Nadja Lind and Klartraum at Shanti Goa - Nilgiris - Nina Kraviz - Nataraja Temple, Chidambaram - Pablo Hasél - Pawas Gupta - Pinaki & Alistair - Raimund Imo - Ritesh Gonsalves - Romeo & Juliet - Sergei - Shanti Moscow - Single malt whiskies - Latin America protests - Stefano Richetta - SulaFest - Sven Väth - Tbilisi - Techno music - Tito's - Todas - Tresor - Undergoa - Wolf + Lamb - Woomoon - Yapacc

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    Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
    Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

    Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio Library
    Drifting at 432Hz by Unicorn Heads
    The Stoic and the Sailor by Unicorn Heads
    Vishnu by Patrick Ptrikios

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    • 1 hr 34 min
    Episode 089 - Bipin Bhosale & Pooja Rani Bhatia | Scuba divers, Wilderness guides, & Co-founders of Khoj-aao!

    Episode 089 - Bipin Bhosale & Pooja Rani Bhatia | Scuba divers, Wilderness guides, & Co-founders of Khoj-aao!

    Bipin Bhosale and Pooja Rani Bhatia are co-founders of Khoj-aao! They love to spend time off the grid, enjoy diverse foods, and travel to offbeat destinations. They're both certified in different levels of Wilderness First Aid, so rest assured you're safe in their hands.

    Bipin's an avid birder, a SCUBA diver, and a slow travel enthusiast. Pooja's a divemaster, and a trained experiential facilitator.

    Listen to their journey from growing up in the Western Ghats and the USA respectively, and meeting in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, to now showcasing the outdoors in Goa.

    Khoj-aao! is a nature-based eco-tourism operator that offers customised outdoor experiences, currently in Goa and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

    Browse their website
    Follow them on Instagram
    Like their Facebook page

    Get in touch with them for explorations across backyard nature trails, stargazing sessions, overnight camping trips, river boat cruises, and bird watching excursions in Goa. You can choose from half-day, full-day, and multi-day adventures.

    Khoj-aao! intends to expose the younger generations to the outdoors with their interdisciplinary programs designed to take the classroom outside amid natural surroundings. 

    The Khoj-aao! Young Explorer Kits are suitable for all ages, and are ideal to bring along for your own independent adventures in the wild.

    They also organise workshops on topics including, snake awareness, backyard biodiversity, wilderness survival, and local flora/fauna among others.

    Also mentioned in this episode
    Amit Shetty - Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Bear Grylls - Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary - Birding - Bushcraft - Butterfly - Camping - Camping in the USA - Camping in India - Camp Monk - Damselfly - David Attenborough - Dragonfly - Dry bite (mock bite) - Dudhsagar waterfalls - First response - Flying Fish - Fungi in Goa - Geminids - Grand Canyon - Hiking - Hornbill - International Dark-Sky Association - International Space Station - Jio - Light pollution - Machu Picchu - Machu Picchu Trek - Mergui Archipelago - Mollem - Monsoon - National Historic Site - New species of ant discovered in 2020 - Nupur D'souza - Ohio - Parag Rangnekar - Paul Oxton - Paul Stamets - Pelagic birds - Pleiades - Poisonous vs Venomous - Ranthambore - Romulus Whitaker - Shashikiran - Space debris - Spiti - Stargazing - Starlink - Touch me not - Trail grading - Trail running - Trekking - Western Ghats - White-bellied sea eagle - Wilderness Survival Certification - Yondr

    Timestamps for reference
    04:31 Is it fun offering outdoor experiences?
    08:55 Returning to similar trails and understanding the flora and fauna
    14:41 Bipin and Pooja's introduction to camping
    20:57 From camping to Khoj-aao
    22:45 Trails in Goa
    25:38 Encouraging guests to document their outdoor experiences
    27:31 Different experiences offered by Khoj-aao
    32:48 Goa is a year-round destination for nature-based experiences
    36:25 Stargazing with Khoj-aao and personal experiences with celestial events
    49:40 Interacting with like-minded guests, and their experiences in the outdoors
    56:43 Uniqueness of the Goan outdoors
    01:00:04 Inspiring guests to explore the outdoors on their own
    01:04:23 Infrastructure for independent outdoor experiences
    01:08:57 The cultural shift to keeping our public spaces clean, and respecting the native ecosystems
    01:22:30 Development within local communities
    01:33:30 Light Pollution, stargazing, and other experiences with guests
    01:41:30 Young Explorers Adventure Kit
    01:51:01 Snakes and stuff
    01:53:55 Experiences in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands
    01:56:06 The beauty of marine life
    01:59:30 Wilderness survival
    02:13:38 Gears and gadgets in adventure sports and recreation
    02:17:57 How Bipin and Pooja met, and the beginning of Khoj-aao
    02:23:06 Bipin and Pooja's personal travels, and takeaways from running an eco-conscious travel business

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    Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
    Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

    • 2 hrs 32 min
    Episode 088 - Sonia Filinto | Filmmaker, & Director of Bread & Belonging

    Episode 088 - Sonia Filinto | Filmmaker, & Director of Bread & Belonging

    Sonia Filinto is a filmmaker and writer.  In addition to working on several feature films, she has independently directed Shifting Sands and Bread & Belonging.

    Follow her on Instagram
    Chat with her on Twitter

    Listen to her journey from growing up in the beachside neighborhood of Calangute in Goa, and moving to different cities for work. Having recently returned to Goa, she now shares stories of people closer to home.

    As a writer, she has contributed to various publications over the years. You can also read up more features and browse stories on her website.

    Her latest film Bread & Belonging (2020) showcases the different facets of Goa's relationship with pao. Between natives who have been baking this bread as a family business, to migrants who have taken on this trade by filling in the void, the film explores the complexities involved in making this staple food every day.

    Know more about Bread & Belonging

    You can get a sense of the insider/outsider dynamics in Goa, through the lens of the ubiquitous local breads.

    Keep an eye out for screenings of Bread & Belonging at film festivals and other intimate events near you.

    Shifting Sands (2013) is a documentary that showcases lives of a native fishing community of Goa in the popular beachside village of Calangute, where Sonia was born. It captures the tides of change that has overwhelmed this coastal stretch, thanks to tourism, while the state keeps up with the growing demand of seafood.

    Watch the documentary here, hosted by PARI

    Also mentioned in this episode:
    Alami mushrooms - Anika Proença - Armenia - Bangalore Iyengar Bakery - Bate Papo - Bollywood - Cabo de Rama Fort - Champagne Wine Trails - Floyd Cardoz - Fundação Oriente - Ganjam - Great Ocean Road - Jila Bakery - Kankon Pao - Katro Pao - Ladi Pav - Mamta Murthy - Mancurad mangoes - Moira banana - Nahoum and Sons - Neil Dsouza - O G Variar Bakery - Paowalla - Paris Pao - Pao - Poderachem Fest - Poi - Responsible Tourism Collective - Roads & Kingdoms - Saumyanda Sahi - Save Mollem - Sid - Smith Field Bakery - Stellenbosch - Sunaparanta - The Bombay Canteen - The One School Goa - The Paradise School Goa - Undo - Urak - Vada Pav - Wendell Rodricks - Wenger's

    Timestamps for reference
    02:05 Happy New Year 2021
    03:56 Using the lockdown for developing future projects?
    08:05 Poe, the equalizer
    12:54 Sonia's relationship with Goan bread
    18:02 Goa's local associations for bread
    20:42 Certain professions, migration, and food
    25:59 Vada Pav in Bombay
    27:44 Pao vs artisnal breads
    40:22 Getting to know the different Goan breads
    48:04 Neo-bakers and traditional baking methods of pao
    51:45 Sonia's biggest takeaway from the film
    54:35 Migrants vs Expats
    01:05:05 Reactions to Bread and Belonging
    01:05:58 Shifting Sands
    01:13:04 Travels and meeting people
    01:17:30 Kind of stories that Sonia writes about
    01:19:01 Travel influences, and stories closer to home
    01:26:50 Travel experiences around local products
    01:30:31 Sonia's introduction to filmmaking
    01:33:35 Sonia's upcoming projects
    01:37:17 Future of filmmaking
    01:40:31 Finding a niche in filmmaking
    01:43:17 Goa 2.0?
    01:58:45 Sonia's favourite part of Goa

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    Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
    Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

    Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio Library
    A New Orleans Crawfish Bowl by Unicorn Heads
    Zodiac Structures by NomBe

    All photographs by Sonia FIlinto, Bread & Belonging, Shifting Sands, and Nikhil Shankar, unless otherwise stated.

    • 2 hrs 6 min
    Episode 087 - Waylon James Dsouza | Artist, Designer, Researcher, & Urban permaculturist at The Botanical Lab

    Episode 087 - Waylon James Dsouza | Artist, Designer, Researcher, & Urban permaculturist at The Botanical Lab

    Waylon James Dsouza is an artist and designer, who creates avantgarde pieces of educational art based on substantial research via various vantages. He views our world through the lens of biomimicry, and integrates learning from nature into his work.

    Follow him on Instagram
    Check out his illustrations
    Connect with him on Facebook

    Listen to stories of his diverse practices from industrial design and installations to aquaponics and permaculture. His home terrace is an experimental space called The Botanical Lab, where he realizes his interest as an urban gardener.

    Waylon's multi-disciplinary explorations result in elaborate exhibits that highlight symbolic materials. They offer sustainable solutions while carrying elements of philosophy, culture, and education.
    Whether it's a rural community project, an urban planning exercise, a garden to table culinary experience, or an upcycled lighting fixture, Waylon has his pulse on the contemporary society.
    You may find him planning nocturnal garden layouts, painting his next mandala, or performing with fire at an exotic location.



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    Ama - Amche Mollem - Anup J Kat - Aquaponics - Arrival (movie) - Azerbaijan - Beach cleanups - Biomimicry - Canopy walk Castle Rock - Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2020 - Domus - Eternal Flame, Baku - Geoffrey Bawa - Humpback whales - Indica: A Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent - Jago: A Life Underwater - Jiu Jitsu - Judo - Landscape design - Mangrove Boardwalk, Panjim - Marie Kondo - MeRoom - Miyawaki Method of land regeneration - Mycelium network - Paper wasp - Paul Stamets - Permaculture - Plogging - Potter wasp - Slime mold - Social engineering - Sperm whale - Star Trek: Discovery - Tabula Rasa - Taraporewala Aquarium - Tropical architecture - Visual architecture - Zorastrianism

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    Timestamps for reference
    02:36 Waylon's journey
    18:10 More projects that Waylon has been working on
    22:12 The Great Forgetting
    23:21 More projects, especially one for Changwon
    28:07 Making mandalas
    29:23 Waylon's art expressions and mediums
    30:51 Using art to educate, and why history is fascinating
    34:53 My Mollem
    36:42 Addressing conservation in Waylon's arts practice
    37:35 Visual pollution & Sensory pollution
    48:33 Understanding the term 'pollution' by definition
    52:57 Is technology harvesting humans?
    54:44 Mycelium network
    57:30 Biomimicry as a lens
    01:01:04 Bombay to Goa, breeding and domestication of certain animals
    01:18:08 Nikhil's journey in brief
    01:24:35 Learning about trees and different species
    01:28:08 Coastal ecosystems
    01:31:15 Sports and recreation through a responsible lens
    01:35:05 Littering, before and after, the bucket analogy
    01:38:44 Upcycling our products, Limca example
    01:43:15 Conservation is a first world issue, and being vegan
    01:50:37 Fire as an element
    01:55:40 Industrial design, fluidity of nature, and public spaces
    02:00:56 Rewilding urban spaces
    02:03:42 Miyawaki method of land generation
    02:04:33 What Waylon saw over the years
    02:07:57 Waylon's upcoming projects
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    Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
    Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

    Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio Library
    Baila Mi Cumbia (Sting) by Jimmy Fontanez Media Right Productions
    Sangria by Saidbysed
    Tango in Mumbai by Quincas Moreira
    Verve by Benjamin Martins

    All photographs by Waylon James Dsouza, & WJD Illustration, unless otherwise stated.

    • 2 hrs 14 min
    Episode 086 - Buland Shukla | Architect, Gypsy Jazz musician, Vinyl enthusiast, & Founder of Heritage Acoustics, Audiophile Goa, For The Record Vinyl Bar, & Fermentstation  

    Episode 086 - Buland Shukla | Architect, Gypsy Jazz musician, Vinyl enthusiast, & Founder of Heritage Acoustics, Audiophile Goa, For The Record Vinyl Bar, & Fermentstation  

    Buland Shukla is an architect, artist, and acoustic consultant.

    He wears many hats because he's curious about learning processes of how things work. He's keen about research in the field of acoustics ad architecture.
    Expect to find him experimenting with different flours to bake breads, or making fermented sauces using myriad ingredients. As night falls, he might be entertaining a crowd with gypsy jazz tunes, or playing host to a listening session at his vinyl club.

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    Audiophile Goa

    Audiophile Goa is Goa's first vinyl record store and listening room, nestled in the heritage neighborhood of Fontainhas in Goa, India.
    Music enthusiasts and hardcore audiophiles will be able to experience sounds from analog paraphernalia at this intimate retail space.

    See their website
    Follow them on Instagram
    Like their Facebook page

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    Copper Glow Audio

    Buland Shukla handcrafts Hi-Fi analog audio systems made using wood and copper chassis, on request. You can place an order for custom-built turntables, vacumn-tube amplifiers, and speakers, from his boutique brand called Copper Glow Audio.

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    Ferment Station Goa is Buland's home setup, where he makes products such as ginger ales, kombuchas, sauces, and sourdough breads using controlled natural methods of fermentation.



    For The Record - Vinyl Bar
    Inspired by the vinyl bars of Tokyo, Buland has created an intimate space for enthusiasts to enjoy high fidelity music on analogue systems, and handcrafted feni-based cocktails prepared using Indian craft spirits.

    See their website
    Follow them on Instagram
    Like their Facebook page

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    Under the umbrella of Heritage Acoustics, Buland offers his services as an architect, and consults on restoration of heritage spaces.


    The Banjara Quartet is a music band that showcases Gypsy Jazz tunes. Follow their socials to catch them a live music venue in Goa, or on their tour.

    Like their Facebook page
    Listen to them on Soundcloud

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    TIMESTAMPS FOR REFERENCE
    04:07 Heritage architecture of Fontainhas
    06:13 What attracts Buland to the architecture of Goa?
    12:24 Timelessness in contemporary architecture
    18:09 Do architectural ideas get executed at individual levels?
    19:53 Public projects
    21:43 Public access to showstopper structures
    25:21 Modern architects who have created timeless structures
    29:09 Buland's interest in Indian vernacular architecture and sound
    35:54 Design and acoustic hotspots in ancient and spiritual spaces
    39:41 Acoustical restoration of a church
    46:45 Significance of acoustics in contemporary structures
    49:07 What is Heritage Acoustics?
    50:42 Some examples of awesome structures that Buland has interacted with
    56:04 Urban planning and design
    01:13:03 Influences from travels
    01:15:03 Buland's introduction to architecture
    01:18:21 Buland's musical journey
    01:21:06 Form tabla to guitar
    01:22:50 What is gypsy jazz?
    01:25:44 How did The Banjara Quartet come together?
    01:29:05 Buland's take on the contemporary music scene
    01:39:24 Vinyl records and high fidelity music
    01:43:23 The beginning of Audiophile Goa
    01:48:15 Creating a listening and drinking space at For The Record Vinyl Bar
    02:02:00 Fermentstation and understanding fermentation
    02:13:51 Inclination towards vintage and old things
    02:18:33 Influence of Vaastu Shaastra and Feng Shui in architecture
    02:21:42 Sustainability and eco-conscious living scenario in Goa
    02:33:54 Our impact on our immediate surroundings
    02:39:35 Cultural dynamics in Goa

    Also mentioned in this episode
    Afonso Guest House - Antilla - Antoni Gaudi - Anumitra Ghosh - Anuradha Naik - Azulejos - Bauhaus - Big Butt Audio - Bombil - Braganza House - Buddha Bar - Burj Khalifa - Cafe del Mar - Cave paintings of Australia - CEPT University - Chamber music - Chichén Itzá - Colonial architecture - DAC (Digital-to-analog converter) - Designing Design - Django Reinhardt - Dr Manohara KK - Dubai - Duke Ellington - Edible Archives - Eiffel Towe

    • 2 hrs 56 min

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