EPISODE 5 - JODY LLOYD AKA. TRILLION - NZ HIP HOP ARTIST

In this episode we talk to Jody about his emergence as a natural accented hip hop artist in New Zealand. Getting signed to a major label in the early stages of his career and dealing with a local hip hop community that didn't always agree with his style and approach. We also discuss what it means to be an artist and the difficulties one faces when trying to self-produce, promote and perform original music.

This one goes deep. Jody opens up in a really vulnerable way. And his dry wit and hilarious stories had me doubled over with laughter quite a few times during the interview. 
 

Through out the interview you'll hear a selection of Jody's back catalogue of music.

 

Here is the track listing in chronological order: 

A List of Poems - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

Empty Hands - (Trillion - Loops of Love)

White Whine - (Dark Tower - Real Zeal Men)

When I was a Kid - (Dark Tower - Dark World)

Wind of Change - (Dark Tower - Dark World)

Fleecing the sheep - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

Hollow Moon - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

Secluded Lives - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

Lonely Road - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

Move your hips - (Trillion - Loops of Love)

The Recipe for a perfect nap - (Trillion - Loops of Love)

Sunshine - (Trillion - SILENTinvisible)

 


If you'd like to get updates on what Jody's up to these days you can join his mailing list: 

http://www.perfectfreq.com/contact.html

 

Or check out these links below:

www.perfectfreq.com

http://www.trillion.co.nz/

https://www.youtube.com/user/NZtrillion

https://www.facebook.com/TRILLIONmusic

 

**The Alan Moore sample at the end of the episode is from "The Mindscape of Alan Moore". This is a brilliant documentary. I highly recommend it for those familiar with his work or not. He is my favourite writer and an absolute master of the graphic novel. His work includes V for Vendetta, The Watchmen and The League of Extraordinary Gentleman. The film adaptations pale in comparison to the original graphic novels which are all great works of literature.     

EPISODE 3 - IMANN HADCHITTI

 

Imaan Hadchiti is a stand up comedian from Melbourne Victoria. His comedy often targets the illogical side of religion, so we decided to test his faith and see what philosophies he’s picked up himself over the years.

You’ll also be hearing snippits from comedians Richard Pryor, Patton Oswald, Doug Stanhope, Bo Burnam, George Carlin, Louis ck, Robin Williams and Joe Rogan.

Intro by DJ Wasabi and MC Psyphon aka. Fortnight Productions.

Background Music by DJ Wasabi, Shintao, Beastie Boys, Dub Specialist

EPISODE 2 - KURT ROBINSON

We talk to Kurt Robinson about his experience in court, disputing tram fines under common law principles.

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Below are some of the letters Kurt received from various authorities whilst experimenting with these techniques. Also, one of the letters Kurt sent in regards to the tram fines can be found here, but he doesn't recommend using it. If you are going to pursue this avenue, Kurt recommends reading the works of Marc Stevens – “Bringing about a voluntary society one visitor at a time” and listening to his podcasts.

EPISODE 1 - BOB LUNN

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Here is Episode 1 of The Space Between. This episode we talk to Bob Lunn about Archaeology and Anthropology in Australia.

 

Bob also recorded a rap about how he suggests one should engage with the police when being questioned by them. Check out the video below and see Bob get his rhyme on!