Wandering the Aisles

Wandering the Aisles

is creating A weekly out-in-the-world podcast

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In 2014, while living in New York City, Andy launched Wandering the Aisles, an out-in-the-world podcast that explored the city with unique guests, letting the spontaneous conversations guide the journeys. Places like the Staten Island Ferry, Central Park, a Brooklyn Barber Shop, Prospect Park, Alpha Donuts in Queens, and the Union Square subway station set the stage.

Filmmaker Sheena Matheiken writes, “Andy achieves a delicate/casual balance of intimacy and refreshing intellectual honesty in these meandering conversations.”

After relocating to Salt Lake City, Andy adapted the fourth season of the podcast to fit the climate and culture of this strange western theocracy. It’s impulse buys with commentary from Earth’s most interesting regular people. Guests include a horse jockey, Native American veteran, buddhist teacher, a blind man, astronomer, and a plethora of comics, actors, and musicians.

Set in SLC’s strangest places—thrift, grocery, big box stores, a zoo, and a sweat lodge—Wandering the Aisles has morphed into a uniquely-styled, collaborative podcast memoir.

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Do you want Wandering the Aisles to be a more frequent/consistent podcast? I could do it if I had your recurring financial support. The amount of growth in downloads I've seen since launching the 3rd season is staggering, but this does not translate to a sustainable creative endeavor. Yet. I hope.

Since Wandering the Aisles is not just two guys behind a microphone talking about sports, it's not a cheap show to produce. It's everything to me, but it's also bleeding me dry financially. I invested about 10k in wireless transmitters, mics, recording, and editing equipment a few years ago...a lot of it is about to conk out. If WtA brought in ~$2500 per episode, I could afford to kill my copywriting work, focus on just the show, start to reinvest in mics and gear, and release the episodes more systematically. 
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In 2014, while living in New York City, Andy launched Wandering the Aisles, an out-in-the-world podcast that explored the city with unique guests, letting the spontaneous conversations guide the journeys. Places like the Staten Island Ferry, Central Park, a Brooklyn Barber Shop, Prospect Park, Alpha Donuts in Queens, and the Union Square subway station set the stage.

Filmmaker Sheena Matheiken writes, “Andy achieves a delicate/casual balance of intimacy and refreshing intellectual honesty in these meandering conversations.”

After relocating to Salt Lake City, Andy adapted the fourth season of the podcast to fit the climate and culture of this strange western theocracy. It’s impulse buys with commentary from Earth’s most interesting regular people. Guests include a horse jockey, Native American veteran, buddhist teacher, a blind man, astronomer, and a plethora of comics, actors, and musicians.

Set in SLC’s strangest places—thrift, grocery, big box stores, a zoo, and a sweat lodge—Wandering the Aisles has morphed into a uniquely-styled, collaborative podcast memoir.

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Tiers
The People's Tier
$5 or more per month
The "Worth as Much as Spotify" Plan
$9.99 or more per month

Dramatically improves your sex life