Speakertalks: Morgan Jeske on “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)” by The Talking Heads

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Morgan Jeske, comics artist, is fascinated by several aspects of “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)” by The Talking Heads. It’s composed of non-sequiturs, but the resulting openness makes the song intensely relatable. Let’s dig in.

You can find Morgan at:
@morganjeske
Instagram
Travis Bickle on the Riviera (iTunes, Patreon)

Speakertalks, Vol. 1 album art by Jonathan Chan

Speakertalks: Erika Schnatz on “All Star” by Smash Mouth

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Erika Schnatz is an illustrator and designer, and she makes a compelling case for Smash Mouth’s “All Star,” often seen as a punchline, being a really endearing and enjoyable song. You know what? She’s right.

You can find Erika at:
@keefeling
Instagram
Sketch blog

Speakertalks, Vol. 1 album art by Jonathan Chan

Speakertalks: David Brothers on “Soundtrack 2 My Life” by Kid Cudi

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

This week, David Brothers delivers a solo Speakertalks, as he discusses how Kid Cudi’s “Soundtrack 2 My Life” and music in general helps him navigate through depression. Hip-hop saved his life.

You can find David at:
@hermanos
Instagram.com/davidbrothers
iamdavidbrothers.com
(me + you), a tinyletter

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Speakertalks: Raf Gaitan on “Tonight Will Be Fine” by Leonard Cohen

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Leonard Cohen’s “Tonight Will Be Fine” has been there for Raf Gaitan right when he needed it. Raf digs into the subtle ways songs affect us and why Cohen was so good at being blue in this episode.

You can find Raf at:
@bearsurprise
Unsung Genius Trivia & Karaoke
The Noise Cancel podcast

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Speakertalks: Jonathan Chan on “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer

This is Speakertalks, Volume 1.

One song. One guest. One conversation.

Let’s get it:

Jonathan Chan grew up playing tennis at a high level, and when he needed a push to¬†energize his career, he turned to one song from one man: MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This.” Join us for a trip down memory lane…

You can find Jonathan at:
@MethodChan
Instagram
JonathanChan.com

Speakertalks, Vol. 1 album art by Jonathan Chan