Maxwell, Alyssa, and Christian delve into the #metoo movement, and chat about those in the creative arts that use their power to abuse and control others. Being judged is a huge part of being in the media world, so they raise the questions necessary to challenge oneself and think about how they would react to a friend or colleague being accused of sexual assault, being judged for your own personal choices or career paths, or being involved in organizations that another might not agree with.
Advancements in media technology have made us a powerful species, but with all great power always comes side effects that can create war, conflict, accidents, and a strange culture centered around selfies and cat fishing. Maxwell asks Christian and Alyssa to reveal the apps they have on their phones home pages as they delve into the world of social media and the technology that helped make it possible. Are we going down the right path? Are we obsessed with this new tech, and is it foolish not to join the rest of our culture by refusing to use this tech? Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa delve into these big questions.
Maxwell, Alyssa, and Christian discuss what exactly makes a "perfect life" as members of the professional media can sometimes portray a more skewed view of their lives. Maxwell fully opens up after 7 years of being on heavy and damaging medication and his struggle with mental and physical health that ultimately strengthened his abilities and career but almost ended with life threatening experiences
With Communications technology evolving, we have a responsibility to use it...responsibly. Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa delve into the world of online debating, especially on social media which can sometimes turn a silly arguement into something much, much worse.
Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa delve into the world of extraterrestrial life, and how it would affect our world considering how we would react to it in the media and our everyday lives. Alyssa deals with an invasion of her own, with unwelcome visitors pouring out of her toaster oven in the millions.
Christian, Alyssa and Maxwell talk about crazy ex's who destroy cars, the awkward phases of teenage dating, accidentally congratulating someone for a dead family member, and how there's no way to buy plan B with a positive attitude
Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa do reviews of the infamous vocal ASMR. Which just so happens to be people quietly speaking into a microphone for auditory sensory pleasure. They also discuss their fears of large animals such as moose, bears, and Canadians lack of reactions to both.
Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa discuss their favorite games, the world of voice overs and how Maxwell came to be a professional voice over talent, Alyssa's opinion on men's selfies, and Christian tries to "Sex Up" local traffic reports using his smoothest voice possible.
Maxwell, Christian, and Alyssa discuss the power of the audience when it comes to different forms of media and how being public figures and broadcasters can influence how large groups of people can feel about us and how it affects us emotionally and in our careers. The famous love VS hate relationship that artists have with their audience is also discussed.
Christian escapes stomach related death, Alyssa talks about her love of any wine ever, and Maxwell talk's about his weird and possibly fake love of Stop and Shop
Maxwell hits the mic solo in this episode to talk about the recent passing of his beloved grandmother, Angelina Vasapolli. He discuss's his most cherished memories with her, his friends and families favorite stories about her, and the love Angelina felt for everyone around her which impacted so many lives by the time she passed away at age 99.
Maxwell, Alyssa, and Christian discuss the severe storm that come to the east coast this week that included multiple tornadoes. They talk about what they'd say to their younger selves, Christian and Alyssa's worst childhood friends, and what it's like being broadcasters after knowing what they wanted to be since childhood.
Alyssa talks about her mini pig, Maxwell discuss's what it's like to have a deep broadcasting voice and how it effects his dating life. The crew talk about the recent changes in media.
Maxwell and Christian bring on the newest addition to the cast, Alyssa AKA "Pebbles" who's incredible broadcasting talent has led her to being a top morning show personality. She talks about growing up in CT and creating a community with her listeners as well as family, friends, relationships, and her career in communications.
Maxwell talks about his recent gaming endeavors and Christian talks about his relationship that uses compromise before consequence to help keep things moving. Maxwell talks about his past relationships that he deemed were like "Fire and Gasoline"
Maxwell talks about his anxiety on dates. Christian tells the incredible true story of how he met his girlfriend on Omegle, a randomly generated chat website and would talk to her for 7 years before traveling to Kansas to meet her for the first time ever.
Maxwell hits the mic solo in this episode to talk about his past as a child/teen performer and his history as a creative media professional. He speaks about what it's like to grow up as an outcast and what upsides/downsides to have a creative mindset as a child.
Maxwell and Christian discuss some of the most influential and inspiring figures in the artistic and vocal world, including those who inspired them. But Maxwell brings up that there can always be a much darker side to inspiration. Instrumental- Hatcher by ProleteR
Maxwell and Christian are joined by professional broadcaster Danielle Costa, who's career has led her to top markets and multiple radio stations across the East Coast. They discuss the challenges that women go through in modern society, not only in everyday life but in their careers such as radio, television, and media. Instrumental: Rain by Leaf Beach
Maxwell and Christian discuss the age of "Retro" video games, and how they've returned being played and enjoyed by all generations. Maxwell talks about his recent sickness, and how a cold finally caught up with him after pushing his body too far. Instrumental: Rain by Leaf Beach