In this episode, I managed to talked to Raf. A good friend of mine. We talked about audio software, types of drum sticks and Classic rock. He revealed to me how he took the drums and being in school talent time. We also mentioned about the formation of Shak and the Baits.
I managed to grab a chat with Steve Lee, a comic that is based in the States. We talked about the scene back in US what is it like there. We talked about Darth Vader portable charger. We talked about travelling as well while trying to recollect what we were talking about.
In this episode, I have a chat with Sumit Anand, a friend who is in the comedy scene in India. We talked about how to start talking to a crowd, get a tangible skill for a job and comedy rooms. We too talked a little bit about political correctness and truth bombs
I managed to catch a chat with Deborah Emmanuel, a poet in Singapore. We chatted about her works, talked about the meaning of sex and negative feelings. We too talked about emotional connection and how to cope with negative feelings like mediating. Deborah also mentioned about being in jail while writing a book about it and the idea of being a “tortured artist”
Famie from The Pinholes is cool to have a chat with me. We talked about being the Pinholes, how the band was formed. We too talked about finding one self and being genuine about one’s self and getting lost both metaphorically and literally. We talked about our school days and what is it like to be in a neighbourhood school or public school. The mischief we did and the very first sex tape scandal that rocked the nation (Sorry Tammy).
This time round I had a chat with Gregg Speirs. A good friend of mine that I managed to get to know through the Singapore comedy scene. We talked about his friends working as a journalist and talked about our favourite TV shows with the obsessions of scenes. We too talked about anger and what to do on a date vaguely.
This time round I managed to have a chat with Brian Tan. We talked about his cow onesie, the difference between the comedy stylings of the Malaysian comedy stylings and Singapore comedy stylings. We discussed being edginess and talking about taboo subject. We too talked about the black face incident that happened in Singapore.
In this episode, I talked to Joanna Sio and we talked about having kids, growing up in hong kong and dating. She also explained why she is afraid having a small chat with her hairdresser. We too talk about Broccoli and recipes.
I am managed to talk to Stephanie Dogfoot and we managed to have a chat about poetry. I managed to find out exactly is slam poetry and we talked about how she tries to do stand up. We discuss which is harder as well writing jokes or writing a poem and why her last name is Dogfoot.
In this episode I manage to grab a chat with Don. We talked about what happened to #YourJobSucks and how it leads to Not Again Podcast, having a conversation with people. we talked about just being a listener . We also discuss the original name of this podcast before settling down on Not Again Podcast.
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In this episode, I managed to have a wonderful chat with Kristel talking about being vulnerable and about being honest on stage as a stand up comic. I too talk about being open a bit about being open about sexuality coming from a dutch point of view and being conservative about my own sexuality coming from a conservative asian family upbringing.
This is the first episode of Not Again podcast. I managed to talk to Sam See, a close buddy of mine. We talked about the Singapore comedy scene, about what do we know what we want to do with our life in the perspective of late 20 year old guys.
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