Conversations with Matt Dwyer

Matt Dwyer has a bag of mixed feelings about the era we are living in. To better understanding the world and his own inner turmoil Dwyer sits down with legendary artists, activists, and journalists to explore their perspective and personal stories. Join Conversations for a little intensity and humor as we shed light in the corners we have yet to search.


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Matt Dwyer is a comedian, actor and writer who has been a staple in the alternative comedy scenes in Chicago, New York and LA. He has written and performed with the most notable names in comedy. He is immensely proud to be doing this show and to be a part of the Feral Audio Collective. He also is pretty when wearing lipstick.


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Harold Budd has been praised as an Avant-Garde genius. Though he tells me why he dislikes his labeling his music. We also have a very intimate conversation about the self-pitying of an artist, his years hanging out in LA jazz clubs, the visuals of composing and why the desert is an awful place voice of inspiration. Harold is a unique and fascinating conversation.

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