Jack Lundquist gets to know strangers and his loved-ones through contemplative questions and silly prompts.
15: Normal by Comparison & Summer Hiatus
"How have you tried to become more normal in the last two years?"
Hear answers from a sunbathing man, a day-long gym member, a touring dancer, and other strangers in Philadelphia.
14: Musician, Sam M.
Sam M. combines musical genres for his electronic songs and mixes. In this interview, Sam and I laugh our way through defining "ambient" music, talk about falling under the spell of performers, and commiserate about presenting a consistent self and body of artwork on social media.
Sam's music and recommended mix:
Song stuck in Sam's head:
"Next Time Might Be Your Time" by "Blue" Gene Tyranny
13: PFF: Professional Friend Forever
Which of your professional behaviors translate well to your personal relationships?
Hear answers from a strategic gardener, a journalist, the owner of a variety/trinket shop, and other strangers in Philadelphia.
12: Saxophonist, Michael Hudson Casanova
Michael Hudson Casanova is a jazz musician and teacher based in Chicago. In this interview Michael talks about creating his debut album "Echoes of Thought", specifically, writing for the play styles of his bandmates, post-producing over Zoom, and framing this milestone project as, simply, a point in his career worth documenting.
Music Video, "Felt Cute, Might Delete Later"
"Basu" by David Binney and Kenny Wollesen
11: I’m Not 6’ Tall
What's a risky piece of information you wrote on your dating profile?
Hear answers from a guy who is 5' 11", a friend group that shares one boyfriend, and a gentle giant.
10: Up Close and Pimply
Recall a strong memory of looking at yourself in the mirror.
Hear answers from a pimply college freshman (class of 1981), a graphic designer who paints his face, and someone who knows how pretty they are.