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Founded by Jared Duran in 2015, Limited Engagement is a weekly podcast featuring free-form conversations with artists, writers, musicians, and other people in arts-adjacent fields, exploring their drive, motivation, and desire to create. Awarded "Best Cultural Podcast" by the Phoenix New Times and Phoenix Magazine, past guests include WILD, Nels Cline, Robyn Hitchcock, Calexico, John Rauhouse, Matt Bell, and more.

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    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

Founded by Jared Duran in 2015, Limited Engagement is a weekly podcast featuring free-form conversations with artists, writers, musicians, and other people in arts-adjacent fields, exploring their drive, motivation, and desire to create. Awarded "Best Cultural Podcast" by the Phoenix New Times and Phoenix Magazine, past guests include WILD, Nels Cline, Robyn Hitchcock, Calexico, John Rauhouse, Matt Bell, and more.

For more info on this and other Hoot n Waddle podcasts, please visit https://hootnwaddle.com

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    New Podcast - Mental Platypus

    New Podcast - Mental Platypus

    Hey, everyone. Yes, it's true, Limited Engagement is over, but if you liked the show, and maybe you miss the show, there's good news! Jared and his friend and What the Fork co-host, Jason Keil, have started a new podcast, Mental Platypus! Eventually, the show will grow to feature interviews, review segments from other voices, and more, but for now, it's just what you've grown to (hopefully) love--two friends shooting the shit about Life, the Universe, and Everything.

    To learn more about Mental Platypus, please visit http://mentalplatypus.com

    • 12 min
    LE 151 - Final Engagement

    LE 151 - Final Engagement

    This is it, the final episode of Limited Engagement. It's been a wild five and a half years. Thank you all so much for listening! Also, if you're so inclined, please follow myself and Jason Keil on our next endeavor, Mental Platypus. If you enjoyed this show, I'm sure you'll like the new one (follow on Twitter and Instagram, @Mental_Platypus).

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    • 55 min
    LE 150 - Emma Swift

    LE 150 - Emma Swift

    On this episode, a conversation with the wonderful singer and songwriter, Emma Swift. She discusses growing up in Australia, her brilliant new album of Bob Dylan songs, Blonde On the Tracks, and much more. Blonde On the Tracks is currently available through Bandcamp and indie record stores, and will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services on December 9th. On December 13th, she will stream a live, acoustic performance of the songs from Blonde On the Tracks via her YouTube channel, and can be seen with her partner, Robyn Hitchcock on their fantastic weekly Live From Sweet Home Quarantine shows via StageIt. To learn more about Emma and Blonde on the tracks, please visit https://linktr.ee/emmaswiftsings for all relevant links.



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    • 1 hr 12 min
    LE 149 - Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone

    LE 149 - Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone

    On this episode, a conversation about the culture and ecosystem of record collecting with Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone, directors and producers of the documentary Vinyl Nation, which can be seen at https://vinylnationfilm.com/ until November 30th (50% of proceeds post-platform fees go directly to their ticket partners, which include movie houses and records stores impacted by COVID-19).

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    • 1 hr
    LE 148 - Rebecca Ogle

    LE 148 - Rebecca Ogle

    On this edition of the show, a conversation with Rebecca Ogle, the creator and editor of Wards, an online literary journal. 

    Connect with Wards on Twitter (@wardslitmag), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/WardsLitMag/), and read the journal at https://www.wardslitmag.com

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    LE 147 - Remembering Adam Schlesinger

    LE 147 - Remembering Adam Schlesinger

    One of the many, many casualties of COVID-19, Adam Schlesinger's death is a huge loss for the pop music world. In addition to his brilliant work in the band Fountains of Wayne, he was also a founding member of Ivy (another great pop band), wrote the title track for the Tom Hanks film That Thing You Do, worked on the music for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and much more. In rememberance, here is a discussion I had with Marc Oxborrow on FoW's final album, Sky Full of Holes, for the podcast Album Infinitum.

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    • 1 hr 26 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

kittykattyMC ,

Look no further

If you like entertainment and relatability that simultaneously supports the ventures and recognition of your local community, I couldn’t recommend a better podcast. Not only do you feel engaged and interested in the topics of discussion, but exposure to the featured guests and their causes/passion that exists within your own home state are incomparable. With a consistent output and reliability, this podcast quickly becomes something to look forward to that also never fails to deliver. It is the right mix of everything.

pfister1 ,

Consistently interesting and engaging!

Limited Engagement is my “go to” podcast for interesting and engaging conversations. I say conversations because rather than an interview, you feel like you’re at a coffee shop captivated by an interesting back and forth. It really is an example of why I love this medium. Local content that anyone will find insightful!

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