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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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03:53 min | 1 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"Of what you listen to actually sparks that interesting. Like it okay. Let's see for me I've been i've heard is really great. Song by artists was called. he's called And it's called. The song is called. I got the roy slade. Thousand six version have been remastered. But you'll say everybody listen to that one nine. Enjoy the vibes. It's really nice five Wholesome feels good. Just to listen to so chill joe joe with that for a minute and let us know keeping but mr our you know what areas might have like. He didn't even try to do this. But by talking about the whole about black is beautiful. Yeah i just thought about another song which i had an initial one. I have to you know. I'm be guy but for this one unless you put some rock i i feel deal even if i'm a rep. I still have some moods different moods the song is actually So i like like uk music right. So he's His name is jay haas jay haas and the name of the song is Deeper than rap. And if you listen carefully to the lyrics he talks about some things especially like as a black person or anybody else do a heads different man. It's like yeah. Just he tells them true. I'm like wow like. I can ricky really connect with it just because the song Deeper than route. Jay haas is the name. Yeah i got it. I got it a got idea for you guys. I don't know if you had it who can create shy spotify playlist. We actually have pretty much. We have on our link tree olive bar songs over every episode since we started. We have a different chapters. So i can send you the link you'll see you'll see go will be available. One is episode drops on monday so we have survey. They took a lawless. Yo you guys have been. Don't pleasure was gonna keep. It was deep at the fans you know for days. They're gonna they're gonna love just the comfort ability in exposing ourselves. And how we find positivity and how we deal with negatively obvious things. Thank you for inside the knowledge that you for your presence. I mean you're come here. You're always want back back and thank you. Thank you thank you for having. Yeah we're gonna plan. my episode. Next argument are episode will be called arguments for days disagreements for days all of that all of awesome we conclude one more time semyon and heiress. Can you plug in your socials. Where can people find you. Yes or go out again. I just wanna say thank you for letting me amazing. I learned so much more like different like youth if amazing but yeah my social. It's central but as my last name dot official. Youtube also assembled. But as well and i also forgot my web said the beginning in the senate weather dot com. This grew. yeah.

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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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04:09 min | 1 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"Still like gummy learning how to separate into the alone. That's where i am forest again. That's where opinion good. What about you. i don't know urine on. Let's see let's see. Oh my asir meeting okay. Every great boys. I love all of the aspects of like me. Go for the for the people simply because that's where the ultimate test is right. I mean where yes. I absolutely agree one hundred percent. You know these figure out yourself and you need to like understand what you're all about before you share with the world but once the sun rises it's all about your external world and the people that use it with along the week right exactly as like of a reflection of myself to you know. Somebody's in pain s. That's on pain. Where i could be crazy to shoes. So like you know there's that aspect where you can learn from that as well as As well learned from yourself the sun comes up is your external external state your external realities when the sun goes down and the moon comes up. I mean most people are anyways. So what do you do when you're up at night. That's the time when you take for yourself. Reflect on highway wet. Reflect on what you can do tomorrow on this kind of stuff so me ultimately I would. I would have rather have people in my life then then the alone. I understand the question correctly. Simply because yeah. I've had time to experience life with myself and it was forced onto so i mean we agreed on jump. It's arab overnight. That's when you guys come on my show. We'll tell you we're gonna the same exactly agency pirate to and we're gonna die all of you all even even sam. We're gonna have a combo on my show. We're going to dive deep into that. What you just said carilo. Yeah i feel you. I feel you loan so that now i feel like my life is more about light Taking my certainty and sharing that and like hearing different opinions while of being able to maintain myself. You know like without being like not tainted but like without being influenced into making another decision when my gut is telling me that decision is now right from you know like it's the ultimate challenge. But that's that's what. I'd rather have change that spotlight onto you. I'm the reading minutes or so pretty much from what i was saying. Prior i would lean more towards yes i would rather live in senior where i have a friends and family wider than just started from being alone just because from my experience. Yes when i was alone. Like like barrio loan. I was relatively well. I think it's i was interesting. I was never really alone. Like i was able to be good by myself and even to this day can still be good in tribute to so i don't necessarily always need to have my friends around. I can live without them for a week. And i'm still okay but that.

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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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03:00 min | 1 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"Part of not having an entourage. Because they would be. It'll be a destruction to you mike. I won't use the word entourage. I won't use the word onto aunt entourage. 'cause like yeah like anthrax could be different things right like you can have groups of people that you just connect with for different reasons like socially. But they're not your group of friends or something or maybe a you've disconnected from your group family. The people who you consider family you've straight away from them for many different reasons. You're okay in your own little pocket over here so i'm only speaking from experience. Yes i would rather be alone. Because i've had the experience of the other side before and that's not where i flourish right i. It's not. it's not something that i need. What i realized that i need is me time because i've done that part already. I've tried to fulfill myself by by a completing myself with extra bodies extra women extra relationships and thinking that or i'm going to find more about myself through that and through fucking this girl and through being in a one year and a half relationship wasting my time energy and putting my art on hold for other people. The moment i separated myself from all of those needs that. I thought i needed i found myself. Okay so i'm only speaking from experience. Everyone's different right. But that's just my perspective. Say i would. I would prefer alone. Yeah long okay. What about the same question between the two same again alone. Because jim because again experience and the because i was the type of guy like a sponge i wanted to learn thing learn saying so if somebody would come out and like talk to me or be certain group i'll become super like them or trying to just mold everywhere and they get self-reflection. We're coming from. Would i realize by moving. Because i moved a lot. I changed places. A lot demographic would be like. How can you adapt from people in iowa to sugar tweet..

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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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02:35 min | 2 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"I'm like a home body so i don't. I don't really post too much about myself. I'm very private. Sign new podcast. You have to expose yourself a lot. You have to talk on your truth. People are gonna series or listening to your voice and at scared. I'm not gonna lie to you. But i had not not revelation but more like a bit of a reverend civil you know how else maybe in the moment your life you kinda feel lost and you're looking for something that's going to give you that answer link or you know what i might not. She lives as a passion. And i can continue this for the future. So podcast become became an account away of passion like a hobby. I and then why we started yet. The first few episode it was was kind of weird to kennedy not talking to colella with my clothes but more blink imploding to the people to the public and people receive in it making comments or lichen and then there was like whoa like for the first time people can actually react to what i do. It was weird. But i think after the first episode my fear just removed itself like my negative funds after delivering. It was almost like a release. Like i needed to release like that. Like evilness inside of me. Once i release the world okay. I'm back that it's like. I feel good though your is evil. Fear is evil. Self doubt absolve dow second-guessing fear. Those things are the roots of evil. I truly believe that money's not the root of all evil money is something that was created by human beings and it's a structure right. It's something that we all need to survive but that was created but fear these emotion. These internal things exactly the evil. They truly are so. I'm really happy you use sort of acknowledged that part. 'cause talk about stuff like that was just day to day conversations and concepts right the concepts of fear the concepts of self doubt what they really represent and how those things really stop us from experiencing life. You know what. I mean so true. So shout out to you for his. Thank you thank you. But to me to conclude the upper samuel question is pretty much like first episode. Then i pretty much overcame. I fear of is i think it was because i was very rich. I didn't like to show myself to the world..

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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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03:48 min | 2 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"I see those posts online sometimes or like. I don't know if you've seen these like it's like the camera of someone being on these rides. They pass out and stuff like the times crazy. I just never want to be one of those people have pass out. And then they captured on camera colleges just like their next man you lay off and then they wake up and you're still gonna shit lane. Can we swear. I'm sorry lab. The worst is when they fall asleep and then they wake back up and there's see that they're still in it and then they go back to don't want. I don't want to be captured safe. That might be eaten recorded. Go through the right door record. Yeah but I wanted to say something too about like side at about the whole. Like fifty fifty. I think it's not that everyone has those questions when there's something you're like this this going to be tough to do but i think that's naturally that's going to happen in your brain but if you're able to i think the brain was is fragile by the same time. It's nothing easy but if you train your brain it can become easy to control it. So kenneth simmonds like the rule and so right let initially have that fear of yo looking at the ride and it's like riggan soul high a look scary but once you go into it then you pretty much told your brain that you know what might have an initial fear but it's almost irrational fear because once you're in it you still kind of feel like all k- what's going to happen but you're facing it you're choosing to face your fear exile from but that's the thing but that's why i that's why i do travel that's run. That's why i do everything i do. And that's why i say to people to people. That's what i do is do what you don't want to do is technically if you do what you don't wanna do technical. That's a little voice in your head. Say stay at bed. Don't cook up going to mcdonald's that's an easy stuff but doesn't get you nowhere so easy heart stuff. It's actually going. Rain is on where. I just don't want to do. I like that. Do what you don't want to do either thing. That's a push that. That's pusher like a motivator. Do what you don't want them. I love that in a sense where it's like. You know you stepping outside of your comfort zone. Okay you want to achieve this level of success with the hardships that you are the stresses that you gotta put your body through which drew right and a lot of that so it's just like yeah you're gonna have to You're gonna have to step out of that conference and get used to being uncomfortable. Get used to be uncomfortable. Data fear right question for you. Guys were at lake for the podcast. Go ahead like when did talk out. Starting it wasn't hard. Where did you go one crew. Come on camera. that's exactly the reality sexy great question perfectly like this right so you're gonna let khalil and i forgot my rules. Guy who do do do do fishing. Fear of talking this new so i had an obsession with podcast for year to right and i was constantly watching listening to bacchus. I was like you know what i did. Have that fear of. I wanted to do it. But i've always camera shy some. I'm you know..

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"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

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02:18 min | 2 d ago

"franky v." Discussed on The Who & How Club

"To get to look back at this fear moment this moment of fear that you experienced this moment of hard work or negative whatever like being able to look out like ford and be like okay. It's gonna get better. I think that's that's a good An attribute you know to have to like wrap your mind around to be like yeah. It's gonna get better. Yeah it's crappy right now but it'll get better yet when you rollercoaster. First thing that popped up in my head was lay as experienced with the drop zone. Back in wonderland man this more and i've never been on it so share share experience so christmas i would never do it by the way was why why why i'm alive. I don't know why are you doing that to yourself. Every time i look about it. I'm just like i gotta try every ride right and then when i go up climbing up seeing the height and you know they keep you up there for like a good. I don't like that. I see they hold you and you don't know when it's going to drop so everytime i'm late i go up. I regret and i'm just like why did i go off on that and it just it sucks but then as down is like obviously a scary scary them off. I'm kinda like okay i. It wasn't that bad. You might want to try to get well. Yeah just the anticipation of how bad is going to eat and everything like that. Yes yeah yeah. That's that's that's all you mentioned roller coaster decide yup brought those best drop zone. I might. I might change my mind in the future because i've been i've been on rides. I've been on rides. That i said i would never go on and i still experienced it. So maybe you never know. But i just thinking about it and how you're describing. It is giving me and i feel like i'm on the right right like whatever that feeling is when you're going i could feel that right now as you describe it so break dancing and everything like i see..

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How Three Women Re-Wrote the Story of War

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02:05 min | 6 months ago

How Three Women Re-Wrote the Story of War

"Before the vietnam war there was a law that banned women from reporting on the front lines of any war for the us. When president johnson refused to officially declare a state of war in vietnam in opening appeared no ban a handful of pioneering women bought one way tickets into the battlefield they had no editors no health insurance and little or no formal training reporter elizabeth becker former washington post war correspondent in cambodia and then npr's foreign editor and then national security correspondent for the new york. Times has just published. You don't belong here. How three women rewrote the story of war. Chronicling catherine lewa a french. Photojournalist franky fitzgerald an american long form journalist and author and kate webb in australian combat reporter elizabeth. Welcome to on the media will thank. You broke his great to be with you. I wanna start with where you started. You give your initial experience very short shrift. When asked why did you cross the ocean to cover a war. When you're so young you said the short answer was a nightmare. I was all too keen to leave behind. My masters adviser had rejected my thesis on the bangladesh war of independence after. I refused to sleep with him and he said one wasn't related to the other. Just tell me what happened. This was nineteen seventy two and there weren't that many women in graduate school and he made a move. And i said no. He pressed on and i said no he rejected. The thesis. said. I had to work harder on it. Then resisted any idea that one related to the other. That even made a pass at me. So you know you're young enough that you think that you have your whole life ahead of you and wary enough that i said i'm not leaving my life in this guy's

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"I am by. Bro. The show. Shout out the Frankie Wa. Thanks for coming on man. That was fun I. Really enjoyed that for everybody out there listening don't forget Frankie was new track. You don't know is out right now you gotta go grab that plus the other music he's been dropping over the last year. There's a link in the description of this episode where you can. Go follow him get all the new music and keep up to date with what he's GonNa do next. You can follow me as well at Willie joy or at back to back pod on all social media or you can email me directly back to back at G MAIL DOT COM. Now that you heard the episode now that we got the thoughts percolating. Some discuss it. You WanNa come talk to me about what you thought of it. You WanNa give me your critique, your review, all of that you gotta come join the back to back discord. That's my server might chat in there. Every single day talking to people I will welcome you when you join the server that is a guarantee and we're in there talking about our lives what's going on day to day we're talking about the music we're listening to the music we love, and if you're a music producer, you can come in there and share what you're working on get feedback connect with other producers and musicians just a good time man it's a good group of. People so come join the discord. The link for that is also in the description of this episode. Glad to finally get this one out there I hope you enjoyed it, and of course, if you got this far I, already know I'm talking to my people the people who stick around for the outgrow were already in extra innings. So you know those are the people I love and look that about does it for me for this next week you know I. Hope you're surrounded by something you love people you love activities, things you love to do things that make you happy go outside safely with a mask distancing etc etc. But go outside try to relax go. Something have some fun and that's it and I will talk to you next. Tuesday for back to back this is willie joy peace..

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

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06:56 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"Grammy anti-british Swim Ten grammys left-wing sebring. Not some isolated shoes. So I just want to keep going yeah man and I totally get. Then I think that attitude is GonNa take you a long way. Are you are you the kind of person though on the flipside like do you get antsy if you're not doing anything for too long like do you have trouble taking breaks? Yeah Do. I always have to have some faith in a if I'm not focused on. So then I lose my head of Obama, I need to be focused on cement. So a holiday a week is an Offerman I won't be. Yeah I feel your man well, maybe that's and I'm speaking as much to myself as I am to you. But maybe that's another goal then is to be able to kind of enjoy the downtime a bit, right? Yeah and not only to not only to use this time productively which it seems like certainly doing and I think a lot of people could take a note from that too. But yeah, to enjoy when there is a break to let it happen. and. To to not go to wild where whether well, this has been super fund man I I wanted to bring up before we get out of here I read this random interview for you. I don't remember when or who you're talking about. Well, it must have been reason you're talking about you know how we're all lockdown we're in in and you said. That you were looking forward to getting back to shows and that you were kind of expecting this crazy vibe and you some quote about you know you're not gonna be able to get people to leave basically one. Once this all comes back like people aren't GonNa leave the club you know they're going to be there all you won't be able to clear the dance floor and I don't even know I. Don't have a point in saying this but I read that and it was this weird thing where it hits something in me like I almost teared up a little bit thinking about when we all will get back to this and. And it really hit me as like faulk man. Yeah. I. I need to do that and I don't think I connected with that as much man. I don't really have a point in saying that but the it really hit me man I'm looking forward to that too. And I'm not guy on the deck slide. I'll do a hours without without a toilet break because. In the warm particularly Gig, it was brilliantly the Cremona says all you need to stop it was seventeen the mall on and I was like Nah Nah. Nah and. He knew he consult me. So he went and hid in the office. Secure Eko. You need music now. So they went to the ball make lettering. Yes, it'll be like Realize the seen in Wall Street like my next Gig I fucking leaving. One hundred percent man I love that. Well, before we get out of here is there anything we haven't talked about anything? You want to get out there let people know just anything else that's on your mind. Really. This has been wicked. been over an hour in its you feel good. Yes. Definitely. May I read? You know what a really enjoyed this because you do certain interviews I really feel like I am I don't know you. You know exactly you are. So people come in a bit blind and you kind of find your feet with really saw of have enjoyed. This may absolutely guess because you've got the American audience just know that we were saw get an outlander twenty twenty wall on the some big shows in the diary already I announced him yet. So of all European Kirke shows in America I should be appearing. For in between all that we're looking at. So do an ice larue in in the more intimate underground club. So I, know of got saw good strong American follow in and I just can't wait to get out there. Often pulp means seagrams people wanting to know when I'm coming out. So I'm Kobe and he's just waiting the will get back to normal on that even well, Hey, man, the the excitement is only going to grow for that. It's been great to me you. Know Yeah you too. I'M GONNA. Ask You one final question, which is the question I asked at the end of each one of these episodes just looking for a time in your life for a memory could be from any time could be recently when you're a kid anytime when in a moment in a single moment music really deeply affected. You really had an impact on you and that's meant to be super broad and you can kinda interpret it as you want, right? Okay. So about sixteen because I was always in and of trouble and It was when I got dropped from the football club, I was playing I. I was in trouble at school while I was getting in trouble down in the village that was playing in and music was. As cheeses, it sounds a bit savior them so I can act did with. Music. Really so strongly then and. We are because like I've got all these soul of musical influences in such a strong tasting `electronic music on hip hippo yet my favorite recordable time is king stand by me Oh. Yeah. I don't know I I don't have listened about record maybe maybe that was in connecting with. Them through stage Mike Wow was like saying out football. Yeah. Yeah. No that's that's beautiful. Man I mean it makes me it makes me think of a couple of things I mean first of all, what was what was the source of the trouble? We don't have to like talk about details but was it just like free running around? The great great. Oh, great. Great family. You know just typical teenage. So Ego through that phase though. Yeah. So everything's Obama. Problem. Can Way to put it? Yeah. and. I think to if you're in that kind of chaos, a song stand by me this was my thought is know such a bastion that's such a calming song. Right it's such a reassuring. And even if you don't know it at the time as a sixteen year old I, think there's something. So attractive about that that if music can kind of be that that calm place as this, whatever it is then maybe that sparks, you know ways to come and what the Batman. So it could be for the rest of your life I think that's beautiful man absolutely. Well, this has been great man I I really love this. Thank you for taking the time. Honestly thank you for all the money's been great me Grace Cha and hopefully you know. Pasta, across against the yeah. One hundred percent man great to talk to you..

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

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07:31 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"In in a way, which is great but I think a lot of people are also trying to think about an anticipated once you can go back on the road and once you know you're the lifestyle kind of comes back. You know what changes can we make to? You know to make this healthier to make this more sustainable now that we've had this sort of enforced timeout. For you and I'm curious for you too because I feel like you were just hitting this crazy momentum, right? Like the tour dates were just starting to go crazy and probably getting busier and busier, and then all of a sudden there's kind of the barriers slabs down again. was that a weird moment for you and? Working about returning to it it was. You know. You all get so stressed and were dope about so many that you got no control over to let that go on I just tried. To spin some positive and all this and woke everything that. So of achieve throughout there's some the naturals saw of. The thing to do was to hold you music back of white. So we could get it out liable. Now, we we we decided to gangs, and we could our on is the best thing. I ever did think fru the for the current situation that the world is in right now music we needed music more than we ever ow. ow. ow Mesa gain loss of new listeners, farms, and share music with people really saw absorbed, and until now you've life was too fast. Befall music critic Miss. People really had time to absorb take in and he's you know he's he's really saw benefitted man away him now I know that the diary connects you is. Filling rapidly in law is to do with the music thou, sins lockdown. So it is. What is yeah. There you go. Man That's absolutely right. There's always a silver lining for it and I know you've been doing the live streams as well. Some cool like concept performances I saw a clip of one where it was you. I don't know maybe this was even near your house, but he was in a beautiful sort of outdoor setting a bad open field. Yeah. All that man I thought it was A. Great visual compliment to the revival album and you know all of that maybe that wouldn't have been possible. It may be you know wouldn't have been something you had done otherwise. Absolutely. No absolutely not so light you say. Was Civil I in. allowed. People to really focus on what my is not just you know music and yeah. It's been a positive thing comes together rarely saw connecting with people mall because of the situation as well. So yeah, I'm feeling good good about it and I'm really so excited now I just want to get back to normal and of saw twenty twenty. On a whole for anything that could potentially vague about shows in your hand and I will now move back on. The ground running in twenty twenty one. Yeah I'm ready. I'm ready to come to the states I was GonNa say, yeah you have you done shows in the states of toured here at all now. So eight, any was happening. April I was touring hours playing all cops. Oprah, which was a big worm for mayor I'm trying to think through his lows about nine shows just in April. I. Silent. I'm real in forward coming back in Chicago New York Dallas was it was going to be a nice little room. So full we'll be back big BAT ABS I'm ready. Yeah men. Wa. It's. It's interesting because I think about your music it's such strong sort of UK routes right and I think there's it's always interesting trying to think about how does music translate across regions or across cultures because in the UK I mean you not that this is your intention but you've made pop music, right? Like you've got music that's on the pop charts. Hey, and then in the US I, think the kind of music you make it would be looked at as such an underground. Yes. Does. It matter to you even like how does absolutely not liking said before we switched on it. I just put music. How alot of I don't I don't chase hits don't shave. Let's try and make a daytime radio record not all that just happen naturally and organically you listen sitcoms gather there is no way on this planet you find anyone that was say, oh, this is caught record that is an underground nineties break beat record that just broke through they used tracks to. Call people say the Commissioner record that's no commercial record it just we will on a commercial scale. It's not commercial record and these things happen and he's gone because he screams a wider audience and it connects we more people and now. Producer. Underground can be a word that gets thrown around and and sometimes misinterpret because. Walk. Sometimes, people perceive as not on the ground they. Caught me who is on the ground that's not the case I. Is that you know I like to IRA to straddle all lanes and? If you come, you know the revival as mistaken as a set is a journey. You said he's he's underground each got an appeal that could appeal to people that would necessarily sincere obscure bill now yet saying what was so here's a question based off of that. Ben Is when you know when you first take a song like get me high red which I think was one of the first ones that really broke out for you when you had that experience of something quote unquote underground that you made all of a sudden being taken as a pop song by external forces did that change the way you thought about writing music did change anything about what you were doing though because you only needs to follow up on the next release it was a very soul left. recold. Words, it was influences of all genres. You the message was clear. I was still not Pathak an out music thou. Love. I'm not chasing his the happen gray ignore. Let's Kate Coyne Music. I will that makes sense to me as an SMS carry on the journey. Yeah. I be stretching this analogy a little too much but it's you have this interesting way of sort of presenting these contrasts and then it all kind of makes sense because your not putting any value judgment or any intention is like with the music obviously the underground pop thing I get it but it even further to say like with the fitness in the body building stuff and then making this sort of really thoughtful delicate music..

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"To lean on fitness for every day Mackenzie a kit create so much structure on King's reminding the right mindset for producing music because you need to be, you need to be positive or you can write music. When you not positive. You've just got gotTA gauge the energy. Correctly. Say. Interesting. So, music can come out magazine when you really started going through summit, but you need to channel law just to dive into it a little more at a certain point I mean that was also like not necessarily a career path, but it was something you were doing professionally right? Yeah, yeah. I was a fitness model as well as owner twenty, one hours Ryan's. Warning Britain number seven in the world is a bodybuilder builder. That's crazy. Man I. Mean that. That off there but that's I mean again, I feel like to work. Probably had to go into attaining that Yeah and I think the. Thing that so much fruit fitness. As followed means amusing produce from because you know yourself the world. Isn't footed with lows. A purdue says it's so there's a Lotta deejays because if you got a half an idea and a bit river I teach you to Dj today. Yeah. I'm not saying you're going to be good track selection how you makes his everything but I can see jack the The basic saw fundamentals Dj in a day. Production. Is something that requires years and years of. gags or nowhere before you actually get some white. Gold? and. I think that fitness is very the saying it's not a case of this. No. So of fast through Utah Oath taking this pill at your. In two weeks. Now, there isn't my pillow for production that so I think that there's some awesome Laura.

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05:54 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"Su, a shot that is about the minutes away from my house to get just to get some chicken fillets spooked Physi-, the evening, and I seen a woman poker roundly the I'll send me in the supermarket and I knew she caught Manaf. All right. Don't get is that he as you probably he's looking for. Some and then she comes back with a fella and says Frankie modernises. was, and this will ride for some stood that posing in the supermarket, we can fill some of. Them. Right right and it's one of those things where yeah. You never know what somebody else's life 'cause you know for a while. That's fun right you get recognized that you take a picture holding chicken it's funny but you know ten years down the road like maybe that that ask in that picture doesn't feel the same. Yeah maybe. So when I was little I, we get Exactly. You might want privacy. Sure. Sure. But I mean, yeah. Yeah. It seems like you've got a good attitude about the whole thing. Anyway it's funny before we move on I, just wanted to say Utah about listening to cassette tapes of pizza along and when you said that it sort of made me realize it's funny that you know there's all these DJ sets from a different era you know from the late eighties, the early nineties that probably only exist if at all on cassette tapes. Go yet absolutely. You know now we have all these mics. Every DJ in the world has a bunch of mixes the you can just go online you can hear him anytime you want, and you can kind of map out a time line of what they were playing when and what the music sounded like era but you're absolutely right man I I know there are people who do digitize tapes and all that. But that that'd be a good project for somebody man to go back through three. I, WANNA delving into might create some inspiration in the studio you know he could create a could open so many doors so I'm really Interested in an excited about so well, believe Delvin survey of how history. But I think just leaning on what you just said that I. I generally don't think the consumer of today. Realize how lucky they all because could you imagine? Let's take it back twenty years and your array. There's no shes. There's no youtube. Now you would physically have to follow that Dj. Maybe hit track again and you know you you're overseeing Europe producer Dj Southsea of passionate about music. How so? pod. Is. When you heard a song, you need to hear again, you need to get your hands on that record. Can you even imagine that? So I think that now is a quick shares are you might have to wait six months come out being bored because it's the song. Ever. Eventually, you kind of do get your hands on that record. So I think that like for instance, more than I've just paid a a two hours sat full release on the sudden. If you're familiar with that brand new is a huge run in you case is like a brand new your stashes and Pete. Songs also came through I was renounced all of it the the. which was a famous nightclub in aiming guns and. Majority of that was released music. So I try and create a little bit of that. Now do you know because he's it'd be great. So create that it creates a demand. See You I guess because. If you're GONNA come see Frankie Wa. You are going to hit records that you've never heard before loads of unreleased records and yes, that may never get release. What I mean that's an interesting question to write is I think of you is as a pretty prolific person from what I understand you. You know you're always writing music you're always pumping out to and whether they get released or not. Thank yet and but you know how do you? How do you approach like say you did that to our set and you're playing a bunch of unreleased stuff I think some people will get very protective about airing out unreleased material you know. There's always that I mean this the the risk of simone everyone being able to access you the music. So they can even warn harbor and get bored by the time it comes out. To, potentially copious style in the studio release it before you and they got a record. This out La. Juno Wall I've been overall this and I thought well, if I'm doing a set of Surat, Rene Songs and I'm trying to say trying to use this as a platform to say this is who I am because it mixes who you are isn't it like? If you really want to describe yourself as an IT's the common wisdom semi for two hours and I'll tell ya dot is who I am not. So I'm trying to say so. We're all imagine and you're right but you know what I just think. If you want to rip me off. Shame on you get your own style and Yeah. chace some. News Inc, I, love that personally man because I think that's that's true confidence because to me that sort of you know even if somebody does rip you off or whatever, and it's like Oh yeah. You want this idea. You can have this idea because I have you know infinity more ideas, right? Yeah. That's it, and that's what I'm so of okay well, yeah you might the idea of ten ideas since then I mean I I actually check my dry today I'll go close to seven good records now. I didn't realize these. You know who I I'd be lying. If I said everyone.

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"Crewman, how're , you doing first of all? ? Do you know what my I'm really really good. . Things happening right now <hes> ace and downs weekend radio one this week in which I'm performing fall, , which is a privileged coming on that line hopeful amongst call call some black coffee and. . Full TAT silo just be amongst those names is incredible and the we've just announced at greenfields? ? Twenty one. . And I've been announced. . You know was her. . Headliners. . Along with every wanted, , you can imagine from chess those who <hes> Pete Tong to by SAP. . So it's got gotta be a critical viewing Yeah Yup definitely Gino. . I don't think I'll ever get used to it. . So see my name. . In with all all the people that you aspire to be as big as good as <hes> i. . certainly don't think I'll ever get used to it so. . Good though man I think if you ever do start to get used her, , that's maybe awarding side. . I think. . So I think so and I think that my my opinion on the always will I do genuinely believe it will stay. . The same as were the finish line right from the start and not just we do this for the logo passion. . So nothing should change on along the road rarely should shouldn't. . Yes. . No, , you're absolutely right I mean I think that's a great attitude to have from the outset of it. . I mean it's interesting hearing you talk about the the BBC <hes> weekend and all that because I think you know here in America that's like that's a reference. . I think a lot of Americans, , don't really have because we don't have an entity like BBC radio Y. Yeah Yeah especially for for what we do for dance music you know yeah and did you did you grow up listening to radio? ? One? ? Absolutely an Adams. . Things have happened this year like I was. . Really just locked into animal <hes> and eight. . Song. . I mean now, , Daddy Howard EMESA. . Jaren. . Everyone bought. . Impede Song you know he is a house music royalty isn't a you now the name goes back as far as you can kinda remember I've even got my cousin is easy. . Even sent me that just this week actually. . So all tape recordings of Pete Pete Tong sets I think from around ninety three, , ninety goal which I'm gonNA check our on a cassette player <hes> next week I'm GonNa never really saw dig insulin see see what we daily. . I mean, , I was two years old then. . <hes> bought you know certain things I add certain aspirations and dreams and goals when South is. . This journey and A site. . Initially, , it was just a guess on played by somewhere addy Michael and nine this year I've been Pete, , Songs Future Star and managed the anti nights always record in the world and and he's shooting of the week and. . I don't know you. . Now you're a producer and DJ cell. . He try and comprehend you kind of call. . It just doesn't sink any. . He's a great feeling. . Yeah. . It's really really strange when people you've kind of looked up to as almost like it's almost like they're not even human, , right? ? It's like these sort of icons and then when you sort of end up equalizing with them or getting in contact with them or even just them noticing what you're doing it is a really strange moment is is just said, no, , , you name and so of acknowledged aries and crazy feelin and then. . I feel like for you you're probably getting to the point now where people are starting to look at you that way have you had. . I wasn't gonNA say now you. . Hike. . Things happen now. . Certain things that they say that don't even realize the saying it makes you wounded what sort of experiences that may have had over people that are in your position because i. . What you so nice you. . Know why? ? Yeah. . Why would it be any different? ? You. .

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Interview with Franky Wah

Back To Back

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Franky Wah

"Crewman, how're you doing first of all? Do you know what my I'm really really good. Things happening right now ace and downs weekend radio one this week in which I'm performing fall, which is a privileged coming on that line hopeful amongst call call some black coffee and. Full TAT silo just be amongst those names is incredible and the we've just announced at greenfields? Twenty one. And I've been announced. You know was her. Headliners. Along with every wanted, you can imagine from chess those who Pete Tong to by SAP. So it's got gotta be a critical viewing Yeah Yup definitely Gino. I don't think I'll ever get used to it. So see my name. In with all all the people that you aspire to be as big as good as i. certainly don't think I'll ever get used to it so. Good though man I think if you ever do start to get used her, that's maybe awarding side. I think. So I think so and I think that my my opinion on the always will I do genuinely believe it will stay. The same as were the finish line right from the start and not just we do this for the logo passion. So nothing should change on along the road rarely should shouldn't. Yes. No, you're absolutely right I mean I think that's a great attitude to have from the outset of it. I mean it's interesting hearing you talk about the the BBC weekend and all that because I think you know here in America that's like that's a reference. I think a lot of Americans, don't really have because we don't have an entity like BBC radio Y. Yeah Yeah especially for for what we do for dance music you know yeah and did you did you grow up listening to radio? One? Absolutely an Adams. Things have happened this year like I was. Really just locked into animal and eight. Song. I mean now, Daddy Howard EMESA. Jaren. Everyone bought. Impede Song you know he is a house music royalty isn't a you now the name goes back as far as you can kinda remember I've even got my cousin is easy. Even sent me that just this week actually. So all tape recordings of Pete Pete Tong sets I think from around ninety three, ninety goal which I'm gonNA check our on a cassette player next week I'm GonNa never really saw dig insulin see see what we daily. I mean, I was two years old then. bought you know certain things I add certain aspirations and dreams and goals when South is. This journey and A site. Initially, it was just a guess on played by somewhere addy Michael and nine this year I've been Pete, Songs Future Star and managed the anti nights always record in the world and and he's shooting of the week and. I don't know you. Now you're a producer and DJ cell. He try and comprehend you kind of call. It just doesn't sink any. He's a great feeling. Yeah. It's really really strange when people you've kind of looked up to as almost like it's almost like they're not even human, right? It's like these sort of icons and then when you sort of end up equalizing with them or getting in contact with them or even just them noticing what you're doing it is a really strange moment is is just said, no, you name and so of acknowledged aries and crazy feelin and then. I feel like for you you're probably getting to the point now where people are starting to look at you that way have you had. I wasn't gonNA say now you. Hike. Things happen now. Certain things that they say that don't even realize the saying it makes you wounded what sort of experiences that may have had over people that are in your position because i. What you so nice you. Know why? Yeah. Why would it be any different? You.

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"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on Back To Back

"Welcome to the show. This is back to back. This is my podcast. Hello were back. How are you how you doing? How was your week I? Hope it was good I hope you add some fun I. Hope you've been able to stay positive this week. Stay happy stay healthy. You know just maintaining sense of of sanity and stability well living through this crazy hell world landscape that is. In the United States to all of my foreign listeners. Shout out to you guys too. I hope you're doing well wherever you're at in the world I would actually love to hear from you guys a little more because I know we've got listeners all over the world i WanNa know what life is like for all of my listeners out there. So if you want to let me know, I'd love to be in touch with you. Hit me up at Willie joy or at back to back pod on all social media or of Course, you can also email me directly back to back pod edge. Mail DOT COM and look I've got Frankie Wa on the show today. This one was cool. You know I approach each episode a little differently depending on what my relationship is to the person to their music and I like doing ones like this where I didn't know Frankie at all and it just ended up the more I heard of his music the more I liked it. I wanted to just reach out to him because I thought his music was great and yeah. That's it. I wanted to talk to him because I liked his music sometimes it's fun for me to just approach it as a fan. He was a pleasure to talk to and look Frankie why he's got a new track out right now called you don't know it just dropped last week and he's been steadily dropping music. Since the beginning of Twenty nineteen, you know his big breakout track was called get me high and later that year he put out a mix tape slash album called revival volume one always like talking to people who Have a wide range of music you know for him whether it's and THEMM. Eq, vocal dance tracks that are topping the charts in the UK to you know underground techno that's getting released on labels like afterlife and more. There's kind of this this wistfulness, this emotion, this that runs through everything he does, and that's really what drew me and what made me want to talk to him. So I'll tell you a little bit more about that in just a minute before I do I would be remiss if I did not tell you that. I would like you to come join the back to back discord this going out to everybody out there. This is my server, my chat there every single day talking to people were talking about music. We love we're talking about the episodes of this show we go more in depth all answer. Any questions you have about talking to anybody tells them stories. You're not gonNA, hear on here and If you're a music producer yourself, there's also a section where you can post up what you're working on get feedback connect with other musicians. It's. Just, a good group of people man so I'd love to have all of you in there. The link for that discord is in the description of this episode. If sound a little loopy right now, I just got done recording another podcast with a future guests that you're. GonNa, hear on here pretty soon and Yeah. My voice is a little shot. My brain is all over the place I mean, my brain is all over the place just in general in twenty twenty and then everybody's a little more scattered right now but it is nice. To connect with other artists. Other deejays, man makes me feel like the community's still there I think I've realized over the last few weeks. That's something I've I've really been missing not just putting out music going out playing shows but you know it's the community the backstage hang the green room connections of the random people. You see that's actually what I've really been missing a lot of doing this show provides for me at least a little bit I. Hope It provides it to the guests sometimes as well but yeah, I miss. That man I missed that community and whatever side of it you're on whether you're an artist, a listener whether you're in the business side of it. It's really the people that we do this with that. Make it worthwhile. So look on that note Frankie Wa is here we actually record this a while back. You know there's not always a big gap in between when I record these and when they get posted but this one just due to some scheduling stuff he got pushed back a little bit but that's the beauty of quarantine life is Not that much has changed since then so pretty much the conversation of sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday and look I said this before but that's something I like about Frankie was music as well. There is a certain timeless quality to it. Something I wanted to explore with him a little bit when we talked the idea of you know referencing other areas and using nostalgia without it being retro or Corny I think it's a really thin wire to walk and he walks it really really. Well, I spoke to. Him At his studio out in the U. K. he gave me a little tour. You'll hear the tour happening a little bit in the conversation for a second and look man more than anything else just a great guy to talk to a fund set I. Think you're GonNa like this one. If you do as always I would love to hear from you..

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You Can Now Watch a Handful of Netflix Originals For Free

Daily Tech Headlines

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

You Can Now Watch a Handful of Netflix Originals For Free

"NETFLIX's launched a watch free site with the selection of original content that can be watched by anyone without an account content includes a Pre roll highlighting Netflix's offering and previews to sign up for Netflix after the show is over this includes the first episode of Netflix original series like stranger things love is blind when they see us and grace and Franky as well as movies like bird box murder mystery, and the two popes was free is available on desktop android browsers, but not on IOS or smart TV's.

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"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Wake up with most to listen to morning show with the Ryan station Los Angeles and I heart radio station this no no kiss me one I thanks so you've got nobody please from sassy and Kelly and they one of two point seven kiss FM Franky V. and for E. J. new track by Justin Bieber coming to less than ten minutes at the thank you close to we may know more I always say so the most I need to you coming in at three OO Jamie that come up he's just a we even make it to she was does the he's just goes who put this together and sure so is as soon as she's in love with who I am back in high school I use the blessed so to dance I hit the FBO would doubles in my hands I did have was a thirteen I was like.

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"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Going to make it right it is because of them I was crazy the only soon to on the you so one of them more than ever we you DTS I'll make it right here a case of them Franky V. are one of the members of beach yes said they've lost thirty three earpods this year thirty three different airports have.

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"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Nile Jack it's got nice new demand lots requests coming in on a social media at forty seven percent so did news the a nice to meet you on one of two point seven KIIS FM Franky V. I'm on my Instagram right now ads Frankie visible and I'm yet to see the likes disappear how they are yours yet is it everybody is it just like a small portion of us are going to get the are the tests run on that at Frankie goes off follow me I'll fly you back at at half time coming up I heart radio music you.

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Franky Zapata, Skateboarding And Dover discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Franky Zapata, Skateboarding And Dover discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Franky Zapata took off from a French coastal town looking like a movie super hero skateboarding in the sky he had hoped to travel twenty two point four miles to the Dover area in southeast England at speeds as high as one hundred ten miles per

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Flyboard And Franky Zapata discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Flyboard And Franky Zapata discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Anything French television reporting this morning that a man who tried to cross the English Channel on a home made flyboard has failed in his attempt Franky Zapata says his journey was cut short when he tried to descend for a refueling stop about halfway across the channel and fell in

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"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"franky v." Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Franky V. A. got mark Ronson a commute to bail was call find you again to you bay was gonna find you again on kiss FM let's say that you know it's summertime when it's up for going the afternoon on Sunday and it's still like eighty two degrees.

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NASA study finds herpes viruses reactivate in astronauts

Hard Factor

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

NASA study finds herpes viruses reactivate in astronauts

"It seems that both long term missions to the space station and short term missions caused over half of astronauts to have a reactivation or just the shedding of the herpes virus. According to a new study published by the journal frontiers in microbiology, so fifty three percent of astronauts on short term space missions and sixty three percent of astronauts on missions to the international space station had the virus in their saliva and urine

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Veteran running back Frank Gore signs with Miami Dolphins

Fitz and Brooks

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Veteran running back Frank Gore signs with Miami Dolphins

"Miami dolphins i don't think you wanna tell me i did quite a minute franky g gore getting it done soon to be hall of fame running back for the nine or great finished up a years in indianapolis he's gonna turn thirty five and one you deal with the dolphins now again it doesn't mean anything because it's an nfl contract they could cut him later this afternoon but nfl teams don't normally unless they think highly ever guy handout contracts to dudes who are thirty five years old and we'll be thirty five years old and have a played running back did you know that he needs just seventy six yards frank or does to pass curtis martin who's in the hall of fame just went in couple three years ago past curtis martin for fourth on the all time career rushing list that's insane that'll.

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