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Writing on walls, trains and other surfaces is something that lots of people do worldwide. This podcast includes stories about being a clueless graffiti writer and other related subjects. It's not about your latest local commission street art mural; Banksy book; or the latest photorealistic legal mural paid for by a large company. Listen and open your mind to learn more about supposedly mindless vandalism; as well as other points of interest in relation to mental, physical and social wellnes ...
 
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On this show we had a man who needs no introduction. Larry Noto of the legendary Music Land Store in Bel Air stopped by to talk about his store’s 50 years of success, his comedy, his *BIG* band and how it all started. A lot of us were introduced to his father, Joe Noto, in our formative years, but Larry Noto has already taken the Music Land vision …
 
Conversation with the U.K book and magazine publishing don Skore TRC about his various projects (Three Corners, Ten, Lockdown Diary etc); what Fiebings leather dye is; mental health awareness in the often tough guy graffiti scene; and a load of other graffiti related stuff. @skoretrc (Instagram) - Use the discount code of 'toydivision3' to get a 10…
 
Shane Burke is a Baltimore based singer-songwriter with a lot of albums under his belt, dating back to at least 2008. His music could be described as chord-based alternative atmospheric folk-rock and he’s had a lot of success doing it. He stopped by to tell us how it all started, whose ‘Lights’ he hopes to ‘Light’ and what’s left in his briefcase o…
 
On this episode I sat down with an accomplished and published fantasy author – the author responsible for the Misbegotten book series, Sherri Cook Woosley. Sherri has managed to blend popular dystopian elements with fairy tales, all while weaving her own personal autobiographical elements into books you’ll never forget. She’s a member of the Scienc…
 
This was a Brad-on-Brad MOGPOD exclusive. As if awakening like Rip Van Winkle, Bradley James Hayes is back and seizing on every opportunity that comes his way and before it’s “Gone”. There aren’t a lot of solo country artists in the original Baltimore music scene so we’re happy he took the time to stop by. One part dreamer, another father and anoth…
 
The MOG was on location at the Authors & Artists Holiday Gift Sale at the Bel Air Armory to do a quick recap with some of the local authors! (Picture clockwise: D.A. Jennings, Steven Landry, Robert Broomall & Stephanie Guzman) Podcast Order: #StevenLandry #DAJennings #RobertBroomall #StephanieGuzmanMouthful of Graffiti Podcast による
 
Original video link: https://vimeo.com/643296586 Ian McGinty is best known for his comic book work with Rick & Morty, Adventure Time and a lot more. In the spirit of Transcendent Events's Stellar Con, coming to the APGFCU Arena on November 20th, we hopped on a ZOOM call to discuss how he got into the industry, what he's been working on and his year…
 
Today on the show I’m sitting down with artist and activist, Femi the Drifish, most recently known for his work with his Out of Water Experience. Femi is a larger than life personality and a Mid-Atlantic wordsmith with a tendency to weave theater, spoken word and slam poetry into his musical compositions. He’s a talented and thoughtful musician, te…
 
Rest your bones for a special Halloween edition of the MOG podcast with Kevin Noonkester of Following Lights and Mr. Old Year and Gary Holmes of Skitzo Calypso, We Love the Underground and [occasionally] Veteran Avenue. It should be no surprise that horror films have inspired some spooky music, with bands like, The Cramps, The Misfits, Dokken, Blue…
 
I came in a little hot on this one, but this is getting out of control. Have you ever thought about how much money is being made off of people being fat, sick and lazy? We're programmed from a very young age to desire terrible ‘food’. Look at the messaging on sugar and chemical filled cereals, kids menus, sugary drinks, etc. and this carries over i…
 
An episode of the Graffiti Machine podcast from a fair while ago where Bus interviewed the host of Toy Division. The conversation went into the structure of the human brain, trauma, childhood attachment, not always seeing our thoughts as facts and ways in which to understand the human condition beyond a simplistic medical model viewpoint. As always…
 
Frank Grocholski is a well-known and seasoned session and touring guitarist, who plays original and cover music, and is currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland. I’ve known Frank for a lot of years and he just keeps gettin’ better; opportunities keep coming his way. It’s a real treat to have Frank on the show between Cowboy Mouth tour dates. Join …
 
If you objectively look at your thought patterns, constantly shifting from one thing to another, it’s difficult to conceptualize how we can have any peace with the voice always on. Imagine this was an actual person with you all day, every day saying these things out loud. How much time could you spend with this person? There are ways to give yourse…
 
Mike Potter has been an active supporter and participant in the local music scene for nearly two decades. Whether it was smashing the kit with Skitzo Calypso, Speedogs, Kings of the Revolution or Out of the Cold you could always hear him coming; you have even seen in playin’ the bass in We Love the Underground. Mike is an incredibly talented musici…
 
On this show, I’m welcoming a man who deserves his own rock n’ roll introduction music – a man many of us have seen 'round town; at a show, gettin’ the low down on the down low. He’s a rock n’ roll journalist with a lot of ‘Experience’ and isn’t afraid to do his job, even if it means pissing off a beyond their prime 80’s rock outfit. One part Steve…
 
High quality chat with the person behind Open Studio Coffs all about where it all started; why being able to paint a pretty chrome and black is an essential skill; when he was with a certain 3D style master researching colours for a paint bran; and a load of other graffiti writing gibberish. Check out Open Studio Coffs: Instagram: @openstudiocoffs …
 
We know that anything we do has the potential to not go the way we intended. It often catches us off guard and negative emotions can come from it. One thing the stoics teach us is to take some time to acknowledge that things can go wrong. Rehearse the possible outcomes in your mind, then if these things do happen you’ll be more equipped to stay cal…
 
FALL FESTIVAL Event: 10/15/21 | 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM The Kelly Bell Band will be performing from 5 - 6:30 PM. Website: PhatBlues.Com Rain Date: 10/17/21 * Parking: A & B Lots * Details: Carnival games and prizes, train rides, balloon artist, food concessions, various vendors selling or advertising their products/services, family friendly craft activit…
 
You may know Athena Hiotis from her early musical years in Baltimore's own Playground Etiquette, her more recent art-alternative project, RÊVE, which is described as a fusion of cinematic, indie rock sounds with stunning visuals and a visceral performances or you may have heard the other projects she's involved with, like Steep Steps and Circuit Vi…
 
Q&A episode with Mr TD and Mr Export chewing the fat about various nerdy graffiti subjects in relation to questions from the Toy Division Instagram. We discuss digital graffiti style painting; what our favourite train line is; if pieces should go over all throwups; and a ton of other graffiti related subjects. Toy Division Resources: Toy Division P…
 
We have countless things pass through our lives every day. When driving, we'll see trees, cars, buildings and all kinds of other things that pass in and out of consiousness. Once they're gone, we don't think about them again. Then something sticks. It doesn't pass through. Maybe something that bothers you or triggers a bad memory. We hang onto it, …
 
Many of you may know Matt Weitzel from the Baltimore based alternative rock trio, Breakforth, but Matt has a long history of working behind the scenes at some pretty well-known rock radio stations, like 100.7 The Bay and 98 Rock. No matter the platform, Matt is an enthusiastic supporter of local, regional and national music and today he is here to …
 
We can spend a lot of our lives being bothered by things that are totally out of our control. Wouldn't that evergy be better spent on things we can actually control? This espisode pulls lessons from chapter 1 of The Enchiridion by Epictetus where Bus applies Stoic wisdom from 2,000 years ago to current issues in graffiti and life. There are many tr…
 
On this episode, Kevin Noonkester and I discuss his new solo album, Following Lights. Kevin has been in a variety of projects since the 90's - bands you've probably heard about or seen around town, like: Mr. Old Year, Uncle Joe's Funeral or Back to the Garden. He's been workin' at it for years, tryin' to find and provide answers through his music a…
 
This episode was produced on 9/24/2021. You should only have one question in your mind, who is Will Sims? Simply, Will Sims is a staple in the Baltimore music scene and has released a lot of music over the years, often solo, but also with alternative rock outfit, Roll It Over. He’s put out a number of albums and in the near future, he’ll be droppin…
 
This episode is a conversation with Peter van der Sande Lacoste who's a musculo-skeletal & holistic health specialist in Sydney Australia. We talk about how our thoughts, beliefs and emotions can influence health; why he has continued to be inquisitive and motivated to learn to understand the human organism; he gives clear suggestions about how to …
 
On this episode, I was joined by the extremely talented singer/songwriter, pianist and guitarist of The Dead Pens, Ms. Danah Koch. Danah has played in a variety of projects and is quickly breaking into the Baltimore music scene as an original solo musician; she's takin' the Mid-Atlantic world by the proverbial horns. You may know Danah from The Dea…
 
From Red Valley Nursery to Circuit Villains to his collaborative musical concept, Liquid Robots, Steven Thomas is the 'Scriptwriter' in his own 'Dopamine Machine' dream and has made a hell of a name for himself in the Baltimore music scene. At the core, his main musical projects are alternative rock, indie or pop fusion, but Steven Thomas isn't jus…
 
Today, our bass player series continues. Rob Landon is best known as the bassist from Baltimore's hard rock and metal outfit, From Nothing, but he stopped by to discuss a new project he's working with; a heavy and melodic Mid-Atlantic hard rock group that calls itself, Lenne. #music #baltimore #fromnothing #lenne As always, we did a deep dive into …
 
We've all heard the phrases about living in the moment, tomorrow isn't promised, live today like it's your last, etc., but how many of us really consider this? How much differently would you live your life if you were able to maintain this perspective? On this episode, Bus shares a story that helped him put these concepts into perspective; maybe it…
 
Mr Export and Mr TD chat about where Toy Division is going in relation to exclusive bonus content via Patreon; the magazine projects in the works; what type of Montana paint is best (personal opinion wise); and a load of other graffiti related gibberish. Toy Division Patreon: www.patreon.com/toydivisionpodcast Toy Division Instagram: @toydivision2 …
 
Jesse Johnson is a funkadelic bassist and co-writer for a variety of Mid-Atlantic bands. Some may remember Jesse Johnson from his alternative rock years in Baltimore's own Yours Ever Truly, but these days he's bringin' the beach and the streets to your stereo with his melting pot, eclectic reggae rock quintet, The Vibesmen. But, when he's not doin'…
 
On this episode, Derrick Credito talks about his recent loss, in hopes to raise awareness about opioid addiction. As always, we did a deep dive into the origin story of this original artist from Baltimore, MD. Special thanks to our sponsors: REB Records, Vagabond Sandwich Company, Baltimore Decal Gal, Black Eyed Suzie's, Music Land, Double Groove B…
 
This episode was produced on August 26, 2021. The other day, I had 25 year jazz improvisation reunion with wing and meat connoisseur Mr. Brian Rumbley. Brian has played in a variety of Mid-Atlantic groups over the years and has an insatiable appetite for music and pushing his own audio boundaries and knowing what’s possible when it comes to filling…
 
Nic Ellison is not just a promoter and supporter of local music, he's also a fan. I've known Nic for nearly 20 years and have watched him grow to find his place in the Baltimore music scene. If he's not partying, he's throwing the party. Join me in welcoming Nic Ellison to THE MOG! Thanks again to guest co-host Gary Holmes for joining us for this e…
 
Top quality chat with the person currently working on a book all about the Melbourne graffiti writing scene. We discuss the book (Wall Stories); how important lifestyle choices are in relation to physical and mental health; how important doing insides was part of the Melbourne train scene; why treating ourselves better enables longevity in the graf…
 
This episode was produced on August 22, 2021 Equal parts Dos Equis 'The Most Interesting Man in the World' and Brad Pitt, Tim Lockemy belongs in the local Parthenon for his accomplishments in the Mid-Atlantic Region. He’s an actor, musician, model and a proud father. He’s been workin’ vigorously over the past 6 years to build his brand and he’s her…
 
Listen for details! First Fridays: https://downtownbelair.com/first-fridays/ September 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 & 26 | Godspell: Tickets.Harford.Edu October 1 & 2 | Hops2Grapes: https://m.facebook.com/hops2grapes/ October 9 | Vampire Circus: apgfcuARENA.comMouthful of Graffiti Podcast による
 
This episode was produced on August 16, 2021 From Peabody Conservatory to Arizona Bay to We Love the Underground to Goodbye July to Rise Among Rivals to his cover band, Fantasm, Patrick “One” Sise “Fits All” has established himself as work horse guitarist in the Baltimore music scene. During his time in We Love the Underground to present, and I’m s…
 
Recording of an Instagram Live Q&A all about mental health and ways in which to understand the complex and amazing 'human condition'. Becoming educated and being curious about what we can do to assist our physical and/or mental health is incredibly important, so hopefully this episode helps start that process. As always Toy Division’s goal is to no…
 
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