Mik Drake talks about performing wrestling for the very first time in front of a live audience.
Some drink tea while others read in order to relax. Han likes to fight. We argue with words and do our best to keep our fists contained.
Billy Brody and I take a ride down Hershey Highway and discuss the hidden pleasures of Brown Town.
Feeling the presence of a loved ones who has passed on can be a powerful experience. Nicole and I share some of these moments.
James Bartol recounts how the first time he had an epileptic seizure also changed his relationship with the roommate who was living with him at the time.
Strung out on caffeine and buzzing on Budweiser, Mike Fallek and I argue over the authenticity of art and whether it should aim to please, or engage an audience.
Straight out of Alabama, Zack Hamm recounts his experience auditioning, and meeting girls at Christian talent shows.
Kelly Harrod discusses the woes of being a customer service representative at a popular clothing chain.
So, okay. Even though we've gone to high school together, we still barely know each other. Katie Bolin and I sit down to have our first ever conversation.
Andrew Shamash talks about the experience of opening up for Super Furry Animals.
A hodggepodge of different topics and subjects are discussed as Ilana Rood and I try to figure out how to console a crying person.
Edward Herrera stops by to mürmur and chill.
Tedd Kanakaris discusses the correlation between having kids and continuing to pursue creative efforts.
So Bodniza, the self proclaimed "ambiance conductor", riffs on the significant role that atmosphere plays in creating a 'vibe'.
Audie Rhodes recalls the strain of having to please his family for the sake of Jehovah's Witness.
Gregor Lopes talks about coming out of the closet and running away from home.
That one friend can save your life. Natalia McCarty and I talk about the important people in our lives that helped us during difficult times.
Cliff McKenzie has seen some shit. Having taken the lives of men in the name of his country, he now reflects back and talks about moving on from that time period of his life.
Jennifer Brodsky teaches me the proper way of asking for a raise.
Joe Pietropaolo puffs up a cigarette after having a great conversation at the mürmur studios.
Rory Chambers and his daughter stop by for a mürmur.
Shoshana Roxen shows me that no matter how sweet, there is a bitter, but honest response that lingers in every playful prank.
Eddie Thompson recalls his very first time using the internet.
Facing demons one confrontation at a time, Ashwak Fardoush and I lay the past to rest.