Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 040 – Experience and passion for poetry Feat Gemma Baker

I’m aware the subtitles are wrong. This week Graham chats with the prolific poet and event coordinator Gemma Baker as […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 039 – Honesty, Eminem and misdirection

Graham discusses how he struggles to be an honest artist when it comes to writing and how hard he finds […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 036 – The joy of being vunerable AKA Handjobs kill people Feat WITA Meody Clark & Sarah Hughes

This week i’m very honored to have not one but two guests! Both from recent Lincoln formation WITA (Women in […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 034 – Project planning and progress Feat Zach Jones

Zach and Graham discuss working on projects and making progress with initial ideas. Check out Zach’s TED talk here […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 032 – Plastic brains and punk mentalities feat Richard Daniels

This week we feature local writer Richard Daniels a local writer as him and Graham discuss creating with a punk […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 031 – Art you serious?

Graham talks through learning to relax and those who apply a serious filter to everything. Soundcloud Itunes Learn […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 030 – Making music and more of life Feat Callam Noel

Callam and Graham sit down to discuss how music is made and where inspiration comes from. But overall how to […]

Yelling at concrete podcast – Episode 029 – Negatively Optimistic

Graham discusses how having a negative outlook on life is one which drives him and affects his relationships with other […]

Yelling at concrete – Episode 018 – The pop culture legacy Feat Matt Brodigan

Weekly podcast discussing life with occasional special guests over coffee and conversation: This week Graham and Matt Discuss: Pop culture […]

Burning the candle at both ends.

This week I have a real creative struggle which I think a lot of people my age who want to be creative face and that is balancing your work life with your creative one. As some of you know I work full time and this can create conflict; working to keep your bills paid and a roof over your head is time consuming and often I do get asked “how do you find the time?” but I guess that’s my secret…I don’t.