Morgan DeLisle, writer for the PodChaser "Behind the Streams Blog," interviewed Mark for a feature of our podcasts; here's the full interview for your listening pleasure. Learn about the origins of PEL and NEM, how we make the shows, and what's coming up.
Have you checked out the other PEL network podcasts yet? Mark will be a guest on the next Constellary Tales, and appeared as an audiobook narrator on their #4. Mark also just appeared on Phi Fic #25. Combat & Classics fills in many of PEL's gaps, e.g., more Rousseau (featuring Wes and Dylan!), Sophocles, Poe, and more!
Nakedly Examined Music has something for every kind of music geek. You can of course just skim through our episodes for names you recognize (no, the ones with Richie Ramone and with Bruce Thomas from the Attractions that I mentioned are still in negotiation, but here's the one with XTC's Colin Moulding), but you'll miss out on a lot of amazing, super-smart artists that way. Here are a few deeper cuts, all excellent, by genre/style:
- Folks who like earthy, story-filled singer-songwriter Americana should try #80 with Rod Picott.
- If you like contemporary, smart pop songs with a world-music element, try #79 with Prateek Kuhad.
- If you like current, philosophically rooted electronic dance music, try our latest, #92 with Hedflux (Steve Young)
- Try some soothing, deep English folk-rock with #72 Sarah McQuaid.
- How about some orchestral music? Try #65 with Jherek Bischoff.
- Have a plate of impromptu jazz on #30 with professors Paul Wertico and David Cain.
- And of course for rap, you want to hear our very smart PEL/NEM editor Tyler Hislop in NEM #24.
Listen to all of the PEL network podcasts at partiallyexaminedlife.com, or subscribe to them individually on Apple Podcasts or via your preferred player.