Hobo Radio Interview – James Ward Byrkit (Coherence fifth anniversary chat)

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Following up on his 2014 interview with the co-writer/director of Coherence, Joel Murphy takes a deep dive into James Ward Byrkit’s career.

They discuss his days as a storyboard artist for the Pirates of the Caribbean films, his work on the animated film Rango and Coherence‘s cult success in the five years since its release.

If you are a fan of Coherence who lives in LA, make sure to buy tickets to the fifth anniversary screening at the Vista Theater on September 12, which will feature cast members and other special guests, limited edition merchandise, behind-the-scenes stories of the filmmaking and other surprises. Tickets are available here.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • Interstitial – “Vishnu Meets Funk,” “Give It (All Night Long” and “Ancient Ritual” by Lucas Perný & Miloslav Kollar
  • End – “Knocking at My Window” by Back Up Jackson

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Hobo Radio Interview – Catching up with Lane Moore

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With Tinder Live! celebrating its fifth anniversary tomorrow, we took the opportunity to catch up with its creator, Lane Moore. We talk to her about the response to her memoir How To Be Alone, her band It Was Romance playing SXSW and why Tinder Live! should be adapted into a television show.

To listen to more interviews, including our previous two chats with Lane Moore, click here: https://www.hobotrashcan.com/interview-archive/

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • Interstitial – “Vishnu Meets Funk” and “Ancient Ritual” by Lucas Perný & Miloslav Kollar
  • End – “Hooking up with Girls” by It Was Romance
Photo by Mindy Tucker

You can learn more about Tinder Live, and find show dates, here. Follow Lane Moore on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You can order How To Be Alone here or from your local book people.

Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Hobo Radio Interview – Lane Moore, How to Be Alone: If You Want To, and Even If You Don’t

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There’s a contradiction at the core of Lane Moore’s new memoir, How to Be Alone: If You Want To, and Even If You Don’t. The book bills itself as a guide to navigating solitude. However, Moore’s heartfelt, intimate writing places you so deeply into her world that you feel profoundly connected to her. Her musings on solitude feel like a conversation you’re having over drinks with a dear friend, which inevitably makes you feel less alone in the world.

We recently talked to Moore about the process of writing the book, how she’s been coping emotionally with some of the heavier subject matter and her plans to write a Will Smith-esque theme song for the inevitable film adaptation.

[To read the print version of this interview, click here.]

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • Interstitial – “Vishnu Meets Funk” and “Ancient Ritual” by Lucas Perný & Miloslav Kollar
  • End – “But Not Forgotten” by It Was Romance
Photo by Ariana Anhalt

Photo by Ariana Anhalt

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You can learn more about Tinder Live, and find show dates, here. Follow Lane Moore on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. You can pre-order How To Be Alone here or from your local book people.

Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Hobo Radio Interview – Greg Behrendt

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If you’ve heard the phrase “He’s just not that into you,” then you are familiar with Greg Behrendt’s work. Behrendt’s work as a script supervisor on Sex and the City, which led to him co-authoring the 2004 New York Times bestseller He’s Just Not That Into You. However, before launching into that wildly successful career, Behrendt started out as a stand up comedian.

He returns to those stand up roots with his new album Why Are You In Here? We talked to him about the new album, his thoughts on comedy as a whole and how Margaret Cho is responsible for his career.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Bankin'” by Jaisen Waterfall

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Hobo Radio Interview – Dana James Jones, director of Star Wars: Revenge of the Incels

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Dana James Jones made his Brick/Star Wars parody mashup Revenge of the Incels with one viewer in mind – writer/director Rian Johnson. Thanks to social media, Johnson saw the video and loved it. And so did a lot of other people.

The film follows the plot of Johnson’s film noir Brick, but the protagonist in Revenge of the Incels is Johnson himself – and he’s trying to get to the bottom of who killed Kelly Marie Tran. This week, Joel Murphy has an in-depth chat with Jones about how the film was conceived, shot and released out into the world. They also talk about Jones’ run-in with Johnson’s predecessor J.J. Abrams, Jones’ first Star Wars fan film (which he shot at age 10) and their predictions for Episode IX.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Cantina Rag” by Jackson F. Smith

To listen to more interviews, click here:
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Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.