The Parker Edison Project: Underground Media Makers And What Inspires Them
In this episode, Parker speaks with underground media makers about what inspires them to contribute to the media landscape. Music: • DJ GarGar - Slingshot • GeneFlo - Stealth • 1019 and the Numbermen - July 10th Guests: •Brian ‘B+’ Cross, Photographer http://www.mochilla.com • Anthony Davenport aka TONY DA SKITZO, Musician/Producer • Dr. Mychal Odom, Visiting Professor at the University of San Diego https://wubp.podbean.com/ Qualcomm Snapdragon commercial featuring Parker and the Numberman Show credits: Parker Edison (Host), Kurt Kohnen (Co-creator), Chris Reyes (Head Editor) and Tres ”Sojourn” Hodgens (Music Supervisor)
Media shapes culture, but it's more than news media and social media: photography, podcasts and music can also give a platform to new voices while also documenting the past and present. Underground media makers can have a huge impact on how we experience the world.
In a new episode of the KPBS Explore podcast, "The Parker Edison Project," we talk with a photographer who's worked on everything from album covers to popular movies like "Friday" and "Exit Through the Gift Shop." We'll also talk to a professor of history who uses podcasts to teach and a musician who argues that music is the foundation of all art forms.