Duncan Trussell #2
Pea the Feary
Pea the Feary is an amazing artist, photographer, Afrofuturist and Seer. She also uses her intuitive gifts in Human Design Readings to help people realize the character they were designed to play in this life.
Raghu Markus is a spiritual teacher and host of Mindrolling Podcast and Ram Dass Here and Now. He is currently the Executive Director of the Love Serve Remember Foundation.
Myq Kaplan #2
Jennifer Sodini is an author, public speaker, creator of Amenti Oracle deck, and founder of the conscious media platform Evolve and Ascend. She also hosts Radio Amenti.
Sara June is a comedian/writer/director based in Los Angeles. We first met in Austin through comedy and she’s been a good friend of mine for nearly a decade. We’ve even toured together in a single car!
Dr. Cole Marta
Dr. Cole Marta is a psychiatrist who helps patients manage their psychological well-being, diagnosing and treating disorders like depression and PTSD. This episode was taped at the California Center for Psychedelic Therapy. Clinician owned and run!
Latif Tayour is a comedian, writer, and host of the podcast "It's Show Business". It features interviews with comedians, musicians, and artists talking about how they manage to make a living from their craft.
Ambrosia Matthews is a psychic medium and a channel who has been able to see, hear and communicate with spirits since the age of 5. She works as a professional intuitive, offering readings to help people heal, gain clarity, and connect with their loved ones in spirit.
Archan Nair is an artist based out of Berlin, Germany. In addition to having an instantly recognizable style, Archan has a gift for talking about the wonder of creation in a way that is inspiring and contagious. This episode is sponsored by Horus Torus by Marc UÅ.
Mark Normand is a comedian based in New York City. In a time when many are busy being trolls or the morality police, Mark has stayed true to writing great material and being an actual touring stand-up.
Lacey Free is a shadow witch. She’s also a magician of the sacred feminine, healer of the divine masculine, certified birth doula, certified death doula, performance poet, herbal connoisseur and energy reader. + Secret Bonus Episode with Lacey and Jessa Reed on Patreon.
Robin Eisenberg is one of my favorite artists. She has created her own universe you wish you could step into. It's cozy, futuristic, alien, mysterious, and sexy.
The Teafaerie is a writer, flow arts teacher, superhero, and a billion other things. She is most well-known for her amazing column on Erowid.org and many refer to her as their favorite psychedelic speaker.
Sean & Cass
Cory Allen of The Astral Hustle podcast joins me today to talk about his new book NOW IS THE WAY: An Unconventional Approach to Modern Mindfulness. This episode is sponsored by Ned. Use BRAINSKULL to get 15% OFF!
David Ward is a filmmaker based in Austin, TX. He's an old friend and we catch up on what we've been up to in the past few years. This episode is sponsored by Ned. Use BRAINSKULL to get 15% OFF!
Jessa Reed is a comedian + podcaster (Mormon & the Meth Head, Soberish). We talk about Alien School and humanity's future. This episode is sponsored by Ned. Use BRAINSKULL to get 15% OFF!
Noah Lampert is the host of the Synchronicity Podcast, a show dedicated to examining the subtle realities that connect us all. This episode is sponsored by Ned. Use BRAINSKULL to get 15% OFF!
Tricia Eastman from Psychedelic Journeys is a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance with a mission to inspire others to become their own "inner alchemists". This episode is sponsored by Ned. Use BRAINSKULL to get 15% OFF!
Alexa Houser is a writer, podcast host and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner.
Tom Campbell is a physicist, lecturer, and author of My Big T.O.E. (Theory of Everything). We talk about consciousness, evolution, how reality works and what we're doing here.
Kasey Holt is an artist, musician, and teacher based in Venice, CA. We talk about playing violin, music theory, psychedelics and what makes a good teacher.
King Raam is a musician currently touring his solo show ”Departure: The Story of My Life.”
The Ungoogleable Michaelangelo is a creator of cosmic, comedic, and contemplative content.
Devin Person is a wizard and the host of This Podcast Is A Ritual. We talk about what magic is and how he became a wizard.
Michael Phillip is a writer and the host of one of my favorite podcasts in the world: THIRD EYE DROPS.
Chip Pope is an Emmy-winning TV writer, comic, and podcaster based in Los Angeles. His podcast, It Happened In Hollywood, takes listeners behind the scenes of the indelible pop culture moments that shaped Hollywood history.
Andrea Allan is a comedian and host of the Hot Mess Comedy Hour and a regular guest on Keith and the Girl. We talk about SEX, ALCOHOL, ADDICTION, being Canadian, and the importance of honesty and authenticity in today’s world. And in all worlds for all-of-time, but ESPECIALLY in today’s world.
David Huntsberger is a comedian, cartoonist, podcaster, and maker of many things. He is the only person I know who owns an anvil. He has a shed where he records his podcast, Space Cave and makes belts and prints and all kinds...
Yusef Roach is friend from comedy. He is the host of the Death is Imminent podcast and is very funny. We talk about growing tired of everything, getting fired because of tweets, and choosing authenticity over quality...
Zach Leary is one of the most thought provoking and insightful podcasters today. We talk about his podcast "It's All Happening", shadow careers, death, Bhakti Yoga, and finding yourself.
Eden Dranger is a writer and comedian based in Los Angeles. We talk about the new era of television, writing jokes for corporate social media accounts, and the specific challenges women face in the dating world.
Mike Nissen, guitarist from Talk Time, joins me today to talk about the new album "Year of Self". We also discuss the origin of the band and navigating this new STREAMING age.
Michael is a paleontologist, musician, artist, author, and a great interview. He is also the host of my current favorite podcast: FUTURE FOSSILS. Because of this, he's the first remote episode I've ever taped.
Jake Flores is a comedian, podcaster, and an old friend from back in Austin. Jake has always been funny, honest, and original. Sometimes I'll wake up and see that half the internet is mad at him. We talk about socialism, outrage culture, the tarot, and fame.
Anna Hossnieh is a producer and podcaster who is involved in the creation of a billion different things. She is the head of comedy over at the HowStuffWorks network and also co-hosts the Ethnically Ambiguous podcast. Anna is my first fellow Iranian (Persian) guest so we talk about that a bit too.
Duncan Trussell is one of my favorite podcasters and one of the coolest human beings walking the Earth today. We talk about how we met, meditation, love, anger, sex, and silliness. Ooh boy are there some good Duncan gems in this one!
Colin Frangicetto is an artist, musician, and all-around cool dude. We talk about how we met, his band Circa Survive, and a series of synchronicities that will blow your mind.
Jamie Loftus is one of a kind. She draws, animates, podcasts, and is a great stand-up. We talk everything.
Shane Mauss, host of the Here We Are podcast, joins me to talk about PSYCHONAUTICS: A Comic's Exploration of Psychedelics.
Giulia thought she was depressed until learning that she was an empath. We talk about what it’s like to feel the emotion of an entire room all at once.
Doug Mellard is a treasure. He joins me to discuss anxiety, death, and wanting to do EVERYTHING.
Rick Wood joins me for a late night discussion on music, comedy, death, and a lecture we just attended on Occult America.
Chris Garcia is a comedian based in Los Angeles, CA. He talks about losing his father to dementia and how strange it is watching someone you've known your whole life forget who you are and basically become a baby again.
Keith and the Girl
Keith and the Girl (Keith Malley, Chemda Hennessy) are podcast legends. They were around before iTunes and still have one of the best shows out there. We about talk comedy, consciousness, podcasting. Lot of laughs on this one.
Lisa DeLarios is a comedian based in Los Angeles. We talk about growing up in Texas, blocks to creativity, Alan Watts, and being brought up with various religions.
Cameron Fielder is a comedian and friend from back in my Austin days. We talk about the accelerating evolution of technology, why we write, and how to find peace when you have a mind that won't stop churning.
Lizzy Cooperman is a comedian and writer based in Los Angeles. We talk about comedy, death, and lyme disease. If you're in the Los Angeles area, you can check out Lizzy's live album recording this Saturday at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre.
Ryan Singer is a comedian and host of Me & Paranormal You. We go off the deep end and discuss the paranormal, aliens, sacred geometry, and everything "woo-woo". Check out Ryan Singer's Notebook here.
Kerri Lendo is a comedian, filmmaker, and friend from back in the Texas days. We talk about how quickly the future is happening, the earlier days of comedy, selling stuff online, and of course DEATH.
Daniel Rugg Webb
Daniel Rugg Webb is a comedian and musician based in Los Angeles. We talk about friends and public figures who've passed away over the last few years and how it affected our world. The longest episode yet!
Matt Ingebretson is a comedian and co-creator/star of Comedy Central's CORPORATE. We talk about growing up in Texas, phone addiction, and unhappiness even when things are going well.
Barbara Gray is a fellow comedian and podcaster (Lady to Lady, Britney's Gram). We talk about the oversaturation of content in the world and our love-hate relationship we have with being content creators.
Ben Seidman is a sleight-of-hand performer, actor, comedian. We talk about magic, music, and stepping out of the box you've put yourself in.
Myq Kaplan is a comedian, musician, and a good friend. We talk about comedy, internet comments, oneness, and the NOW. Myq was one of the first people to ever have me as a podcast guest and I wanted to make sure he was one of my first guests.