Mel Forrest joins us (and our squeaky, slurpy dog Po) to discuss Japanese train stations and their natural corollaries: baseball, kit houses and faith healing.
Becca Slack joins us as we explore the links surrounding a modern German politician, and end up getting fairly bummed out as we reflect on the history of the 20th century.
The delightable Jake Shuda jumped down the Rabbit Hole with us, starting from the 2006 Yukmouth and Killa Klump album Killa Thugs and spinning wildly out to Buddhist thoughtforms, Yellowman, and the unrelatable majesty of the heron.
Keep your eye out for Jake's new band, Haleakala, touring the midwest this spring.
In Episode 1, Gabe Morrison steps up to the mic as the first guest in Rabbit Hole history. Starting from The University of the West Indies, the discussion ranges wide, going from the reputation of places of higher learning to how to mime riding an airplane to Religion to charting the unknown to Gabe's American Indian heritage.
See all of Gabe's fantastic wood working at: http://www.the-wood-life.com