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Ep 10 - The audacity of art

On this episode Lucas and Matt once again bang their  heads against the walls of some of art's big questions. First, Lucas  schools Matt on Paul Verhoeven and why he's still important. Then the  boys remember Mary Oliver and read the first of what, we hope, will be  many more Madonna tweets. Matt talks about what he likes about William  Giraldi's book of literary criticism American Audacity. Then,  Lucas reads from his piece on the short films of Josh Begley, data  artist and law teacher who also writes for The Intercept.

https://www.amazon.com/American-Audacity-Defense-Literary-Daring/dp/1631493906

https://theintercept.com/2016/10/26/best-of-luck-with-the-wall/

Music cred

Mal Hallett And His Orchestra for "When My Ship Comes In" [Banner 33234, 1934]

DJ /rupture (Jace Clayton) & Matt Shadetek – Solar  Life Raft (2009). Clayton also wrote an original piece for Begley's film  "Best of Luck with the Wall."               http://www.negrophonic.com/dj-rupture-mixes-free-download/

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