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CHIRP Docs: Bad Witch Club

'Bad Witch Club is music, art, magic, and community, cultivated and fostered by artists otherwise overshadowed by a white-centric, cis-centric industry and local scene.' Bad Witchers Zoey Wagner, Elma Husetovic, and Archie Budzar joined Jessi D in the CHIRP studios to talk about their upcoming project – FEMIfest, a DIY music and arts fest featuring national and Chicago talent, in it’s 5th year. They talk about the fest, how they are actively trying to shift the DIY scene in Chicago, and making events accessible to everyone.

FEMIfest takes place on 2.15.19 more info here.

Produced by Jessi D

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Topics: bad witch club, femifest, jessi d

First Time: First Fall - Amara Enyia

Dr. Amara Enyia is a Public Policy expert on city and state policy as well as international affairs/foreign policy with expertise in Central Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. She writes extensively on issues of education, economic development, fiscal policy, equity in policy, and systems thinking.

Dr. Enyia has worked in various policy areas including economic development, public finance, housing,
education, food security, and community development. She holds a Masters degree in education, a law degree, and a PhD in Education Policy.

She is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Cooperative Economics and Economic Innovation (ICEEI), an entity that seeks to diversify the economic ecosystem through educating, advocating and developing policy for cooperative economic models and financing tools that support cooperative enterprises.

She serves the Executive Director of the Austin Chamber of Commerce and serves as Policy Consultant for several education organizations.

Event produced and directed by Julie Mueller with Assistant Producer Bobby Evers and Host Jenn Sodini. Podcast Producer and Recordist: Jenn Rourke.

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Topics: amara enyia, bobby evers, first time, first time four, jenn rourke, jenn sodini, julie mueller, live lit, martyrs, storytelling

Diagonal Interview

CHIRP DJ and interviewer Marites Velasquez spoke with local shoegaze inspired Diagonal. They explain how they came to be in a band together, what music they can all agree on or agree to disagree on, and the unique town of Jim Thorpe – to get the full story on the town’s oddities, name, and more about the band tune in now.

 

Produced by Amanda Roscoe Mayo

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Topics: diagonal, marites velasquez

Artist Interviews The Safes Interview

CHIRP volunteer Mick Reed sits down with members of power pop outfit The Safes, including brothers Frankie and Patrick O'Malley and bassist David Elliott. On the heels of their new record, Tasty Waves, they discuss the evolution of rock 'n' roll music, experimenting with new sounds, and the merits of ska.

Producer: Robert Patterson

Photo Credit: Girlie Action Media, Inc.

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Topics: chirp, mick reed, power pop, the safes

Artist Interviews Seasaw Interview

Features Director Amanda Mayo sits down with the dynamic duo, Meg and Eve, that make-up the band Seasaw. During their sitdown, they talk through the importance of self-love, childhood memories, lessons in "playing with the big dogs" and not folding to toxic masculinity. 

Producer: Amanda Mayo

Photo Credit: Scotify Studios

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